Jörg Probst

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Jörg Probst is a Sydney-based Swiss-born polyglot Australian researcher and commentator with a passion for promoting critical and independent thinking. He studied philosophy, psychology and law, practised as a lawyer and now works as a legal researcher.

Ironically, it is the biggest vaccination operation in history, made possible through the fastest, unquestionably most sciency science ever that has probably led to more people than ever becoming aware that maybe, just maybe, not everything is as it seems in the world of vaccine science.
Thanks to covid more people know what PCR is than the inventor of this widely used biochemical detection method could have dared to imagine.
If you are looking for a contemporary book about science that is accessible, meaning free of jargon, and full of illustrative examples, then Science Fiction by Stuart Ritchie is for you. 
Singapore has announced an overhaul of its healthcare system.
There can be no doubt that Australia, like many other countries, is experiencing significantly higher overall mortality since 2021.
Three dedicated, courageous and outspoken health practitioners have launched the Cape Byron Lighthouse Declaration, aimed at encouraging health professionals to speak out against censorship and intimidation tactics employed by governments, bureaucrats, and regulatory bodies.
I’ve been diagnosed with a mental illness. But you know what? I’m actually proud of it. And I wish it was highly contagious because everyone should get infected. I admit, this particular affliction can be a little uncomfortable at times, but on another level it is also quite liberating. The diagnosis?
You may not be familiar with the name Clemens Arvay. Arvay was an Austrian biologist and ecologist, a prolific writer who tried to unite humans with nature. Two of his earlier books are available in English.  Arvay was well known in the German-speaking world as an early critic of the disproportionate and irresponsible

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