Ray Peat Doesn't Even Have A Wikipedia Page?

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  1. encerent

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    His views (and ours as well here) must be quite marginal in the real world :[
     
  2. mujuro

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    I think that's a good thing.
     
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    Yes, i made the same remark a few years ago. But then, he doesn't even have a Whale.to entry either !

    After transcribing his interviews, you get to realize the problem lies in what he can prove with 100% certainty and what he suggests might be true but only has less solid evidence.

    And it all exists inside hundreds of (sometimes obscure) scientific papers, that nobody can get to because behind paywalls.
     
  5. Ahanu

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    How on earth u find these pages
    From whale.to:

    Darwinism and Evolution (along withHeliocentrism) theory was designed to promote Atheism (i.e. suppress spirituality, contact with the true God), and hide the controlling alien entities of this planet known as the Anunnaki /Archons, in the Bible as Jehovah (psychopathic pseudo-'gods')[/QUOTE]
     
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    Why do you think that is a good thing ?
     
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  8. mujuro

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    It's a good thing for us, and Ray. Because however impartial and objective Wikipedia is supposed to be, its editors and moderators have a very mainstream, liberal, uber-academic evidence-based-medicine bent. As far as they're concerned, if it isn't double-blind placebo-controlled peer-reviewed, it doesn't exist. On one hand it's understandable - it is an encyclopedia, not a discussion board. But Ray's work is followed by a very small contingent, most of his writing being based on his own ideas, theory and small puzzle pieces added to a larger grand picture whose contributors are Albert Szent-Györgyi, Mae Wan Ho, Gilbert Ling, etc. Wikipedia would not be kind to him.
     
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    You're too kind, i think.

    If you know who Burzynski is and seen the litterature he's published these past 40 years, then read what Wikipedia writes about him, it's simply straight lying.

    Wiki is out of control; have been probably since their beginnings.
     
  10. mujuro

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    Guilty. I was trying to withhold my cynicism.
     
  11. Such_Saturation

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    I think it's mostly a good mirror of the mainstream opinion, along with some paid edits here and there.
     
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    Conspiracy theories are so entertaining to read...
     
  13. burtlancast

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    Nah.

    Coincidentalist ones are such a blast ! ;)
     
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    There is evidence to show that the idea of "Conspiracy Theories" was manufactured by the CIA to give them a tool to use when an idea needed suppressing.
     
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    ............so they don't want him to have one in case fish oil sales are damaged ?

    and because people make too much money from cancer and Alzheimers ?
     
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    So unfortunately true. And if the establishment doesn't like any pervailing scientific ideas because they don't serve their agenda, they "DISAPPEAR" IT and no future scientists can use this material to further knowledge because the citatations in the literature have "DISAPPEARED."

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    Stem Cells, Cell Culture & Culture
    Ray Peat

    In the 1940s, even children discussed the biological discoveries of the 1920s and 1930s, the work in regeneration and adaptation, parthenogenesis, and immortalization. The ideas of J. Loeb, T. Boveri, A. Gurwitsch, J. Needham, C.M. Child, A. Carrel, et al., had become part of the general culture.

    But that real biology was killed by a consortium of industry and government that began a little before the second world war. In 1940, the government was supporting research in chemical and biological warfare, and with the Manhattan Project the role of government became so large that all of the major research universities were affected. Shortly after the war, many researchers from the Manhattan Project were redeployed into "molecular genetics," where the engineering attitude was applied to organisms.

    The simplistic genetic dogmas were compatible with the reductionist engineering approach to the organism. The role of the government assured that the universities would subscribe to the basic scientific agenda. The atmosphere of that time was described by Carl Lindegren as "The Cold War in Biology" (1966).

    The DISAPPEARANCE OF THE FIELD CONCEPT in developmental biology was one of the strangest events in the history of science. It didn't just fade away, it was "DISAPPEARED," in a massive undertaking of social engineering. In its absence, stem cells will seem to be a profitable technological marvel, rather than a universal life function, with a central role in everything we are and everything we do and can become.

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  19. AretnaP

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    Probably a good thing, wikipedia editors are usually early-20s fedora-tippers who think that any ideas outside of the mainstream equate to voodoo dolls and magic.
     
  20. Drareg

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    It's a massive compliment to not have Wikipedia page while still alive !
    The level of fraud on the gospel of Wikipedia deserves its own encyclopedia, you can pick up on the tone of the pathologically edited pages very quickly imo,particular the "science" ones,terms like "its a forgone conclusion" or "the majority consensus view in science" are alarm bells.
     
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