Dr. Ray Peat, Ph.D
Renowned Nutritional Counselor
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Ray Peat acquired his PhD from the University of Oregon with a specialization in physiology. He started his work on hormones in 1968 and wrote his dissertation in 1972 in which he outlined his ideas on progesterone and the hormones closely related to it. His main thesis is that energy and structure are interdependent at every level.
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Dr. Ray Peat elaborates at length about the false statistics involved in COVID cases and deaths.
He cites Klaus Schwab, who crowed, “This is better than planetary warming. This is what we need to bring things under control.”
Heart attack, stroke, flu, and even a case of falling off a ladder are being blamed on COVID.
What is the central dogma of molecular biology (absolute Darwinism), and how does it compare to Lamarckism (Lamarckian inheritance), and how does this affect the safety of vaccines?
DNA flows one way, according to the central dogma. Guess what happens when reverse transcriptase enzymes allow DNA to flow both ways?
AIDS is an example of an RNA retrovirus that flows both ways.
Lamarckian inheritance allows us to carry the experiences of our recent ancestors, not just our distant ones.
“The injury that happened to your grandparents will affect their hormones and exosomes,” according to Dr. Peat.
The CDC advice to give flu vaccine to pregnant women is “a murderous and insane idea.”
Question: “So kissing someone vaccinated with an RNA virus can spread the exosomes from the vaccine by horizontal genetics?”
Nixon supposedly terminated the U.S. bio-weapons germ warfare program in 1975, but it was just renamed “vaccine research.”
“There is no question that a virus of this type has been a project for some time,” according to Dr. Peat.
“The closing of Fort Detrick has been “public and sloppy.”
China shut down the whole country, and the World Economic Forum ran with it. “The whole thing came into play. Everyone was trained to put it into practice.”
Pfizer didn’t exclude allergic people out of their testing, yet there are 1.6 million profoundly allergic people in the U.S. alone. This, including cases of anaphylaxis, were labeled as “appropriate risks.”
Pfizer’s vaccine roll-out is a “public relations bit.” It’s “conspiracy all the way.”
This vaccine — using reverse transcriptase to make genes out of “this bit of RNA — causes damage to the immune system that affects offspring, “reproducing it endlessly by possibly all of our cells.”
Dr. Peat answered many questions, including …
“What’s the difference between fish oil and cod liver oil and halibut oil?”
“Can you eat too many servings of liver?”
“Is sugar refined with sulfur or refined with phosphoric acid safer?”
“What causes optic nerve cup damage and glaucoma?”
“What causes cataracts?” (Patrick asks this question because so many One Radio Network listeners and viewers have asked about it.)
“Will a silver-infused pillow protect me from EMF radiation?”
“I’ve been following your protocol, so why am I still bald?”
“Is cactus fruit and dragon fruit good to eat?”
“Can glycerin be used topically?”
“Is DMSO safe to use?”
“What advice can you give for someone who has had chemotherapy and suffers from nausea?”
“Is eating a whole orange better than drinking orange juice?”
“Is erythromycin safe to use?”
“Why do I bloat in the evening?” (Dr. Peat’s answer is a truth bomb!)
“Can you shrink a uterine fibroid?”
“Is anyone doing the William Budd maintenance method for Type 1 Diabetes today?”
“I’m struggling with self-pleasuring. How can I stop?”
“What can be done for the herpes virus?”
“What will you eat for your holiday meal, Dr. Peat?”
“Can Lyme disease be treated? Can ALS be treated?”
“What is a ‘chicken lamp’?”