The World Might Actually Run Out of People

As many of my readers know, the mantra of overpopulation has been the driving force behind countless political initiatives, usually related to draconian austerity. You see, according to most of the imbeciles we have put in office all over the world’s governments, the world’s population is exploding uncontrollably and there is simply not enough resources … Read more The World Might Actually Run Out of People

Bacteria in colon (microbiome) more exception than rule in nature

One of the criticisms against Peat’s views that I most commonly hear is that his ideas on the pathogenicity of colon bacteria is plain wrong, and that having a vibrant microbiome is key to good health. I have been told by biologists that apparently the presence of a microbiome is the norm in mammals and, … Read more Bacteria in colon (microbiome) more exception than rule in nature

The stereotypes about testosterone (T) are likely wrong

A really great study for a number of reasons. Not only does it show that the commonly cited stereotypes about T’s effects on human behavior are likely all wrong, but it also demonstrates the powerful effects the process of “pre-registering” has on study outcomes. The process of pre-registering involves the scientists submitting a priori their … Read more The stereotypes about testosterone (T) are likely wrong