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70 Days Project 2024: Rules of the Game

This year’s project, dedicated to families impacted by 9/11, will focus on the rules of the game and how we came to the place where a college student in Lincoln, Nebraska would be expelled for not accepting an experimental injection. I will be questioning the impact of community participation and the concept of a “parallel […]

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Governance News

HIT Board developing social care standards

A portion of CyncHealth’s December Health Information Technology (HIT) Board meeting focused on social care standards and terminology in development and recommending terminology be mapped to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) standards. Two real-world examples for social determinants of health (SDOH or SDH) were reviewed. The next meeting is March […]

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Analysis & Comment

LB1387 Fluoride Hearing Media Coverage

Analysis of local coverage In coverage of LB1387 DHHS Hearing on Feburary 15, 2024, WOWT 6 News, Joe Harris reports, “Senator Ben Hansen cited a recent review from the National Toxicology Program. It says 18 out of 19 studies linked lower IQ to fluoride.” Harris continues by playing hearing testimony similar to a Dallas City […]

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Health News

City of Lincoln fluoride treatment at upper limit while Omaha reduces risks and maintains compliance

Hearing on LB1387 on Thursday, February 15 2/8/24 Update – A hearing will be held on Thursday, February 15, at 1:30 p.m. to hear testimony on LB1387, introduced by Nebraska State Sen. Ben Hansen, Blair. The bill removes the 2008 fluoride mandate for cities and villages with populations over 1,000 and limits the public water […]

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Analysis & Comment Governance Health

Is the City of Lincoln over-fluoridating the public water supply?

During July and August of 2023 the City of Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, continued to treat the public water supply to a calculated fluoride value of 0.88 – 0.9 ppm which is 0.18 – 0.2 ppm above the nationally recommended value of 0.7 ppm and 0.59 – 0.61 ppm above the 0.29 ppm maternal urinary […]

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70 Days Project

70 Days Project 2023: The Power of Story

These resources are offered in memory of the 22nd anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001. Consider the theory that words can dictate thought and Dr. MacQueen’s focus on the power of the story told by mainstream media.

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News

The Fed’s seiniorage monopoly

Coverage of U.S. Rep. Mike Flood’s Flyover Fintech conference and why it matters Among the prominent articles covering the conference, from the Nebraska Examiner, Silicon Prairie News and the blockchain tipsheet, none mentioned some of the key issues discussed surrounding fintech‘s current focus. These are the issues that may have led U.S. Rep. Warren Davidson […]

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Further federalizing wireless broadband

If passed, congressional bill H.R. 3557, the American Broadband Act of 2023, would further streamline installation of wireless equipment while further restricting local government’s authority to manage the public rights-of-way, health and safety. It is important to oppose further federalization because there are no federal guideline for, or monitoring of, current wireless technology addressing radio […]

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Health News

Lincoln’s radiation monitoring

Radiation monitoring in Lincoln In June, 2023, wireless radiation levels from the Northeast YMCA cell tower expose the area surrounding the YMCA, Kindercare and Mickle Middle School to levels ranging from 2.03 to 3.45 volts per meter (V/m). During the second year of monitoring readings to the east of the tower remained little changed ranging […]

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70 Days Project

70 Days Project 2023: Why do some people call it COVID 1984?

Seventy days, from July 4th to September 11th, a project in remembrance of the 20th anniversary of the souls lost in the controlled demolition of three (3) World Trade Center buildings on 9/11, and since that time. This project began in 2020 as Facebook posts, during what is commonly referred to as the COVID-19 pandemic. […]