Have you ever wondered why we need differing amounts of sleep during our lifetime? Sleep amounts and times vary as we transition from infant to adult. As a fetus in the womb, we need approximately 6-9 hours of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep a day. It's important at that stage to have a lot of REM sleep because the brain is developing. This stage is called synaptogenesis and it involves the creation of trillions of synapses (or wiring links) between neurons. These are the brain pathways that allow thoughts to flow.
It's interesting to note that researchers have shown autistic children to have an imbalance of normal sleep patterns. They have too many connections with the wiring links in some areas of the brain and not enough in others. They also have a 30 to 50% deficit in REM sleep. Newborns of alcoholic mothers demonstrate similar problems. Even an occasional glass of wine can have a significant effect on a fetus or the newborn of breastfeeding moms. There is a 20 to 30% reduction in REM sleep due to even mild levels of alcohol. This reduction directly affects brain development in babies.
J.B. Handley in his monumental book, How to End the Autism Epidemic, reports that since 2004, eleven significant discoveries (all building on each other) have established a clear scientific trail for how vaccines can cause autism. "Because of this science, we now know that autism is created by immune activation events in the brain during critical phases of brain development, typically by the time a child is thirty-six months old, and that these immune activation events in the brain can be triggered by the aluminum adjuvants in vaccines." This science is conducted in the cause-and-effect biological science arena, not the less robust epidemiological studies the CDC likes to use.
The truth is slowly coming to light. The new's hysteria is fizzling out because no one is dying and people are realizing the supposed pandemic has been over for quite some time. England has begun sending their children to school and their prime minister instructed them NOT to wear masks. He explained how ridiculous it was for a teacher to try and teach with a mask on! And, as a former teacher myself, I can imagine how difficult that would be. Now, if we can have that kind of common sense infiltrate the United States school systems, that would be real progress.
If you would like to see an excellent summary of the coronavirus, the futility of masks and social distancing, then you will want to watch the two videos (links below). They are both very well done.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is projecting nearly 3 million deaths from the pandemic by January 2021. This represents an increase of 2 million deaths in the next 5 months. There are currently less than 1 million deaths globally as of September 2020 worldwide. There are 180,000 deaths ascribed to the United States. But that number is debatable because the World Health Organization (WHO) changed the reporting requirements in March 2020 for documenting pandemic deaths. The new standard for death certificates only required suspicion that the patient had the coronavirus (no actual proof was needed). Last week, the CDC amended their website statistics to say that the actual number of U.S. coronavirus deaths directly attributable to the virus was a mere 9,100. What is going on?
The coronavirus pandemic is over but the casedemic continues. Why is the mainstream media reporting on new cases of coronavirus? It has to do with testing. Basically, a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test detects miniscule viral particles identified by scientists as belonging to a particular virus. A casedemic occurs when increased and continued testing is conducted after the pandemic is over. Viral fragments in asymptomatic people and folks who recovered from the virus months ago show up in the continued PCR testing. These aren't new cases. They are old cases being reported as a result of new testing. You can always tell a casedemic because the number of cases rises, but the death rate remains virtually zero. Hospitals are not overrun, but the mainstream news continues to report the spike in cases and this creates a frenzy of fear.