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Zosimo T. Literatus
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Literatus: On the segregation policy for unvaccinated Filipinos
AFTER checking the Department of Health website and government advisories on Covid-19 vaccination, it has been a cause of frustration to learn that all that can be found is a unified narrative that the Emergency Use vaccines have the infection ...
From 78 days ago
Literatus: Air pollution, strong factor in high Covid transmissions, deaths (Part 2)
Last week, this column pointed out the air pollutants strongly associated with the transmission of Covid-19, and the death rates in highly urbanized countries around the world which have been badly hit by the pandemic.Evidence from China and England was ...
From 85 days ago
Literatus: Air pollution, strong factor in high Covid transmissions, deaths (Part 1)
In an obvious effort to pressure those who shy away from Emergency Use Vaccination, blame on recent surges of new cases and deaths in major cities in the country had been placed on the unvaccinated.At the surface, the connection appears ...
From 92 days ago
Literatus: 5 ways fasting supports chemotherapy against cancer
Latin monk St. John Cassian wrote in Making Life a Prayer, “Let us not believe that an external fast from visible food alone can possibly be sufficient for perfection of heart and purity of body unless with it there has ...
From 99 days ago
Literatus: Oats can train immune response, natural defense against Sars-CoV-2
John Lubbock wrote in The Pleasures of Life (1887), “Art... trains the mind through the eyes, and the eye through the mind.”Luckily, the human body trains its innate immune response to microbes, including bacteria and viruses, through oats—specifically, beta-glucans in ...
From 106 days ago
Literatus: Covid-19 antibody testing debate
In my last entry two weeks ago, we established that RT-PCR technology can falsely detect positive Covid-19 disease remnants of Sars-CoV-2 fragments—such as genetic materials, especially RNA—left in the person’s cells and report it as current infection.This is so because ...
From 141 days ago
Literatus: A distorted perception
One of the serious drawbacks in the fight against the Covid-19 infection is the lack of a therapeutic agent that will actively kill the coronavirus. Vaccination, by principle, prevents infection from overwhelming a person’s defense system. However, it is meaningless ...
From 162 days ago
Literatus: Wiser caution, undisclosed vital info
On May 20, Paige Winfield Cunningham of The Washington Post reported that the United States House of Representatives refused vaccination, resulting in a vaccination rate of only “around 45 percent.” Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate had a far higher vaccination rate ...
From 168 days ago
Literatus: ‘Pandemic’ fact check: Conclusion
To conclude, let us go back this week where we left off two months ago in fact-checking the 2020 independent investigative film, “Plandemic: Indoctornation.” Most media outlets labelled the film content as a “conspiracy theory,” which supposedly promotes misinformation particularly ...
From 183 days ago
Literatus: A lesson from near-death experience
I recently watched a lecture by Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J. wherein he mentioned evidence of the spiritual realm in near-death experience (NDE) studies through the years. This got me curious because NDE used to fascinate me during my college years. ...
From 190 days ago