Research of the Week

” Molecular parody”( a la autoimmune ailment) may lie at the heart of COVID-related pathology.

Early domesticated cats dined on rodents who followed human agricultural settlements.

” The recommendation to wear surgical masks to supplement other public health appraises did not reduce the SARS-CoV-2 infection rate among wearers by more than 50% in a community with meagre infection rates, some degree of social distancing, and peculiar general concealment utilize. The data are supported in lesser extent of self-protection .”

A megadose of vitamin D3 in severe COVID patients was safe but inadequate.

Gobekli Tepe inmates were using massive stone trenches to cook porridge.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 456: John Gray PhD: Host Elle Russ welcomes John Gray of Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus fame.

Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 85: Laura and Erin chat with Tony Horton of P90X fame.

Media, Schmedia

The Iroquois hope to compete in Olympic lacrosse as a separate nation.

Looks like I’m supposed to have diabetes .

Interesting Blog Posts

Keto vs. ketones.

Social Notes

A good father.

Everything Else


An ancient epidemic brought COVID-relevant changes in East Asian populations.

Giving adolescents beef, whole milk, butter, and green veggies abbreviates the incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.

Fatty liver on the increase in children.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Instrument I’d never encountered: The Japanese shamisen.

Interesting hypothesis: Micro-filtered raw cow milk for COVID protection.

Good day: A day in the life of Brad Kearns.

Treatment precisely retains getting better: Ivermectin, zinc, vitamin D3, and doxycycline appear effective against COVID.

Important detail: Dopamine does not contribute to felt gratification.

Question I’m Asking

Why is there a petroglyph of a Phoenician-style sailing boat at a Michigan copper mining site from 1600 BC?

Recipe Corner

Gluten-free cornbread stuffing, for those who miss the real stuff. Thanksgiving side recipes.

Time Capsule

One years ago( Nov 14 – Nov 20)

Dear Mark: Synthetic Peptides– What to try, what not. What We Get Wrong About Childhood Obesity– What we miss.

Comment of the Week

” I never bought the relevant recommendations that stoicism and epicureanism are rival ideologies. While the largesse of the stereotypical epicurean is at odds with stoicism, so is it at odds with genuinely hugging life’s pleases- debasement without spirit becomes cloying and, eventually, unsatisfying. Constant sprees( of any flavor) act counter to the actual epicurean ideal.

A true stoic, guided by discerning taste, can comprehend Epicurus’s goal of modest and sustained pleasure more than anyone who simply heaps humoring upon forbearance as they become stale .”

-Nicely said, hate_me.

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