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Medical Myths VII: Hypothesis, Theory, Law

2020.09.06 15:40 whipnil Medical Myths VII: Hypothesis, Theory, Law

From Merriam Webster-

The Difference Between Hypothesis and Theory

A hypothesis is an assumption, an idea that is proposed for the sake of argument so that it can be tested to see if it might be true.
In the scientific method, the hypothesis is constructed before any applicable research has been done, apart from a basic background review. You ask a question, read up on what has been studied before, and then form a hypothesis.
A hypothesis is usually tentative; it's an assumption or suggestion made strictly for the objective of being tested.
A theory, in contrast, is a principle that has been formed as an attempt to explain things that have already been substantiated by data. It is used in the names of a number of principles accepted in the scientific community, such as the Big Bang Theory. Because of the rigours of experimentation and control, it is understood to be more likely to be true than a hypothesis is.
In non-scientific use, however, hypothesis and theory are often used interchangeably to mean simply an idea, speculation, or hunch, with theory being the more common choice.
Since this casual use does away with the distinctions upheld by the scientific community, hypothesis and theory are prone to being wrongly interpreted even when they are encountered in scientific contexts—or at least, contexts that allude to scientific study without making the critical distinction that scientists employ when weighing hypotheses and theories.
The most common occurrence is when theory is interpreted—and sometimes even gleefully seized upon—to mean something having less truth value than other scientific principles. (The word law applies to principles so firmly established that they are almost never questioned, such as the law of gravity.)
This mistake is one of projection: since we use theory in general to mean something lightly speculated, then it's implied that scientists must be talking about the same level of uncertainty when they use theory to refer to their well-tested and reasoned principles.
The distinction has come to the forefront particularly on occasions when the content of science curricula in schools has been challenged—notably, when a school board in Georgia put stickers on textbooks stating that evolution was "a theory, not a fact, regarding the origin of living things." As Kenneth R. Miller, a cell biologist at Brown University, has said, a theory "doesn’t mean a hunch or a guess. A theory is a system of explanations that ties together a whole bunch of facts. It not only explains those facts, but predicts what you ought to find from other observations and experiments.”
While theories are never completely infallible, they form the basis of scientific reasoning because, as Miller said "to the best of our ability, we’ve tested them, and they’ve held up."
THE HIV/AIDS HYPOTHESIS
HIV-AIDS hypothesis out of touch with South African AIDS – A new perspective (pdf warning)
"A recent study by Chigwedere et al., ‘‘Estimating the lost benefits of antiretroviral drug use in South Africa”, claims that during the period from 2000 to 2005 about 330,000 South African AIDS-deaths were caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) per year that could have been prevented by available anti-HIV drugs. The study blamed those who question the hypothesis that HIV is the cause of AIDS, particularly former South African President Thabo Mbeki and one of us, for not preventing these deaths by anti-HIV treatments"
"We conclude that the claims that HIV has caused huge losses of African lives are unconfirmed and that HIV is not sufficient or even necessary to cause the previously known diseases, now called AIDS in the presence of antibody against HIV. Further we call into question the claim that HIV antibody-positives would benefit from anti-HIV drugs, because these drugs are inevitably toxic and because there is as yet no proof that HIV causes AIDS."
Fallacies in Modern Medicine - The HIV/AIDS Hypothesis
In essence HIV has never been isolated and characterised. There are no clinical symptoms specific to AIDS. All AIDS related diseases can be caused by other factors with the pathologies noted in the gayUS community such as the Kaposi Sarcomas (KS) being explainable by oxidative stress and disruption to Nitrous Oxide pathways, while there is almost never KS in the African cohort and all the AIDS related pathologies there explainable by poor nutrition.
ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS
Oxidative Stress, HIV and AIDS (pdf warning)
"It has been accepted by researchers at the CDC that KS (Kaposi's sarcoma), the first and most specific of the AIDS indicator diseases, for which the explanation of the HIV hypothesis was put forward by Gallo in 1982, is not caused directly or indirectly by HIV (Beral et al., 1990). On the other hand, recent empirical observations from three seemingly unrelated areas of AIDS research are in agreement with the hypothesis that oxidative mechanisms play a critical role in HIV expression and AIDS development.
"Thus, the systemic decrease of glutathione concentration in HIV seropositive individuals may result from both, decrease in synthesis and increased degradation. The oxidative stress to which the AIDS patients are subjected would lead to cellular anomalies in many cells, including lymphocytes, resulting in opportunistic infection, immunological abnormalities and neoplasia. All this argues in favour of oxidation as being a critical factor in the pathogenesis of AIDS and HIV expression."
This paper was published in 1993
The Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine
📷Michael McEvoy5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Work, Incredibly Important Book For Intensive ResearchersReviewed in the United States on November 22, 2018Verified PurchaseDr. Heinrich Kremer has written a masterful book that describes with intricate details the major problems with the HIV/AIDS research and theory. Kremer highlights the reality of functional TH2 imbalance within the immune cells as a counterregulatory shift set off by longterm oxidative stress. Mitochondrial dysfunction, coupled by thiol deficiency and redox disequilibrium leads to cachexia, immunological dysfunction in both AIDS and cancer. Toxic drugs perpetuate the problem of chronic thiol depletion and redox dysfunction. Must read for anyone wanting a deep dive into biochemistry, the historical context of AIDS, and the major flaws in the existing dogma.5 people found this helpfulHelpfulComment Report abuse
📷Stephanie Seneff5.0 out of 5 stars If you think you understand AIDS and cancer, think again!Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2012Verified PurchaseThis is arguably the best book I have ever read, in terms of how it spoke to me. The author obviously is extremely well informed about biology, and the book is full of detailed accounts of how biology works. The hypothesis he proposes is a mind-bender: he makes a strong claim that AIDS and cancer are caused by an excessive cumulative exposure to oxides of nitrogen, which results in a steady drain of glutathione and other sulfur-containing metabolites.It will also make you seriously question the validity of "standard treatment" for diseases like AIDS and cancer.
So we have a situation where the alternative hypothesis put forth in 1993 has continued to be developed on and proving itself more and more valuable as a useful assumption to treat patients diagnosed with both cancer and AIDS however, as the title of the book suggests, despite building such a robust hypothesis this powerful argument still exists as a silent revolution within the medical community as with half a trillion dollars of tax payer dollars diverted in to HIV related research over the last 30 years, who would be willing to declare the HIV/AIDS hypothesis as dead? And even if they did, how would they overcome the incumbent assumptions regarding the disease when even esteemed academics such as Duesberg get turned in to a complete pariah when the medical/scientific/publishing apparatus declares you a AIDS Denialist. How many books have to get published, academics have to speak up in order to declare a hypothesis invalid and begin diverting those tax payer dollars towards a new line of inquiry which may in fact yield much more beneficial findings for global health?

THE OUT OF AFRICA THEORY

How was the Out of Africa Theory Established?
Out of Africa was only established in the 90’s during a debate as to the age of modern humans.
The development of genetic analysis tools in the 1980s helped scientists grow attracted to the out of Africa hypothesis. Matches between the DNA of living modern humans and fossil remains verified that H. sapiens evolved several hundred thousand years ago on African soil.
The theory explains that while numerous human-like species walked the planet, only one arose into modern man*.*

From wiki:
"There were at least several "out-of-Africa" dispersals of modern humans, possibly beginning as early as 270,000 years ago, including 215,000 years ago to at least Greece, and certainly via northern Africa about 130,000 to 115,000 years ago.These early waves appear to have mostly died out or retreated by 80,000 years ago.
The most significant "recent" wave took place about 70,000–50,000 years ago, via the so-called "Southern Route", spreading rapidly along the coast of Asia and reaching Australia by around 65,000–50,000 years ago,"
The Out of Africa Theory Has No Home
Accordingly, we can infer that Eve lived three times 50,000 to 60,000 years ago, or roughly 150,000 to 180,000 years ago.5
This declaration was regarded as the final word, and the resolution of "15 years of disagreement"6 between two branches of science. Wilson and Cann triumphantly proclaimed victory on behalf of the molecular geneticists declaring that "we won the argument, when the palaeontologists admitted we had been right and they had been wrong."7
With the case closed and bragging rights secured in perpetuity, science had once again provided certainty and an African ancestry. Or so it seemed. But not long after their paper was published Rebecca Cann realised they were mistaken. In 1982 she examined the mitochondrial DNA of 112 Indigenous people, including twelve full-descent Aboriginals, and the results were in total opposition to what they assumed was fully resolved.
Nevertheless, Cann was obliged to contradict a central tenet of their paper, stating that "mitochondrial DNA puts the origin of Homo sapiens much further back and indicates that the Australian Aboriginals arose 400,000 years ago from two distinct lineages,
The realignment and reversals were of immediate concern to Alan Wilson. If Cann was correct in detecting a "much higher number of mutations"11 they may as well tear up their original paper.
.......Upon receiving the results of his second mtDNA sampling Wilson immediately conceded the Out-of-Africa theory was wrong.......
Referring back to Wilson and Canns original calculations, their proposed timing of somewhere between 50-60,000 years stands on no less shaky ground than their genetic miscalculation. There are at least ten Australian sites claimed to be older than 60,000 years, granted every date is challenged by conservative critics, but even so, all are the products of respected academics.
What needs to be accepted is that if just one date proves to be correct, irrespective of whatever judgment is passed on the other nine, it can be confidently declared as a fact that Australia was not settled by African Homo sapiens 60,000 years ago. Whether the winning site turns out to be Lake George-fire-stick farming (120,000 years); Lake Eyre-skullcap (135,000 years); Jinmium-tools (176,000 years); Panaramittee-rock-engraving of saltwater crocodile (75,000 years); Rottnest Island-tools (70,000 years); Devonport-rock-engravings (>115,000 years); Jinmium-art (75-116,000 years); Great Barrier Reef-fire-stick farming (185,000 years); Lake Mungo (WLH3)-complete skeleton (61-65,000 years); or (WLH1)-cremated bones (61,000 years); one out of the ten is sufficient to deny African entry.
http://nationalunitygovernment.org/content/first-race-out-australia-not-africa-0

BIOLOGICAL LAWS

The main reason I structured this post the way I have is to emphasise the explanatory power of the different explanations for causation in a couple of controversial topics and how some hypotheses are favoured more than others in incumbent organisations which may have a conflict of interest in perpetuating the misunderstanding. In admitting the failure of the HIV AIDS hypothesis you are slaughtering a half a trillion tax payer dollar cash cow that's been paying your way for the last few decades. To accept the out of Australia theory over the out of Africa could similarly challenge the human ape common ancestor narrative as well.
A Law on the other hand, is something that is always the case. The Laws of thermodynamics can not be violated. There may be phenomena where there appears to be some violations as temporal oppositions but when seen nested within hierarchical systems do in fact adhere to these laws. In terms of Biology there are only a few listed on wikipedia as
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_rules
There are definitely a few interesting ones there that warrant further contemplation particularly with respect to temperatures and latitudes however, it may be worth considering if there are any biological laws that haven't been included in this wiki list. However what about the biological laws proposed by Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer?
Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer was born on May 17, 1935 in Mettmann, Germany. He spent his childhood with his paternal grandparents in East Frisia. In 1953, he began to study medicine, theology, and physics at the University of Tuebingen. At the age of 22, he completed his master's degree in theology and then, four years later, received his professional license as a doctor of medicine. The following years he practiced at various university clinics in Germany.
In 1972, Dr. Hamer completed his specialization in internal medicine and began to work at the University clinic in Tuebingen as an internist in charge of cancer patients. At the same time, he ran a private practice with his wife Dr. Sigrid Hamer, whom he had met during their studies in Tuebingen. He also showed an extraordinary talent for inventing medical devices. Among others, he owns the patent for a non-traumatic scalpel (Hamer Scalpel) which cuts twenty times sharper than a razor blade, a special bone saw for plastic surgery, and a massage table that automatically adjusts to the body's contours.
His inventions provided Dr. Hamer and his family with the financial means to move to Italy, where he realized his plan to treat the sick in the slums of Rome free of charge. On August 18th, 1978, while in Rome, the Hamers received the shocking news that their son Dirk had been accidentally shot by the Italian Prince Victor Emanuel of Savoy. On December 7th, 1978, Dirk succumbed to the injuries and died in his father's arms. Dirk is buried under the city wall at the pyramid in Rome.
Shortly after Dirk's death, Dr. Hamer was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Since he had never been seriously ill, he postulated that the development of his cancer could be directly related to the unexpected loss of his son. In fact, he would eventually, in honor of Dirk, call this unexpected shock a DHS or “Dirk Hamer Syndrome”. Dirk's death and his own experience with cancer set Dr. Hamer on an extraordinary scientific journey.
At the time head internist of a cancer clinic at the University of Munich, he began to investigate his cancer patients' histories and soon learned that, like him, they all had experienced an unexpected shock of one sort or another. But he took his research even further. Pursuing the hypothesis that all bodily processes are controlled from the brain, he analyzed his patients' brain scans and compared them with their medical records and personal histories. To his amazement, he found a clear correlation between certain types of “conflict shocks”, how these shocks manifest themselves on the organ level as specific symptoms and how all this is connected to the brain. Until then, no studies had examined the role of the brain as the mediator between the psyche and a diseased organ.
Dr. Hamer established that every disease originates from a shock or trauma that catches an individual completely by surprise. The moment the unexpected conflict occurs, the shock strikes a specific, predetermined area in the brain causing a lesion (later called Hamer Focus or HH - Hamerscher Herd), visible on a brain scan as a set of sharp concentric rings. Before Dr. Hamer identified these ringed lesions on a brain scan, radiologists considered them as artifacts created by a glitch in the machine. But Siemens, a manufacturer of computer tomography equipment, certified that these target lesions cannot be artifacts because even when the tomography is repeated and taken from different angles, the same ring formation always appears in the same location.
The brain cells that receive the shock (DHS) send a biochemical signal to the corresponding body cells causing the growth of a tumor, a meltdown of tissue, or functional loss, depending on which part of the brain is involved. The reason why specific conflicts are irrefutably tied to specific areas in the brain is that during the development of the human organism each brain area was programmed to respond instantly to situations that could threaten survival. While the brainstem, the oldest part of the brain, is programmed with primordial conflicts related to breathing (death-fright conflicts) reproduction (procreation conflicts) and food (morsel conflicts), the cerebrum, the youngest part of the brain, correlates to more advanced matters (separation conflicts, territorial conflicts). Dr. Hamer also discovered that every disease progresses in two phases: first, a conflict-active phase, characterized by emotional distress, a lack of appetite, and sleeplessness, and then, provided the conflict can be resolved, a healing phase. This is the period in which the psyche, the brain and the affected organ undergo the phase of recovery, an often difficult process marked by fatigue, headaches, inflammation, “infections”, and pain.
Firmly anchored in the science of embryology and in full accordance with evolutionary logic, Dr. Hamer called his findings “The Five Biological Laws of the New Medicine”. Over the years, he was able to confirm his discoveries with over 40,000 case studies.
https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/verifications.html
https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/five_laws.html

FIRST BIOLOGICAL LAW (“The Iron Rule of Cancer”)

1st Criterion: Every “disease” - hereinafter called Significant Biological Special Program (SBS) - originates from a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome), which is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflict shock that occurs simultaneously in the psyche, the brain, and on the corresponding organ.2nd Criterion: The content of the conflict determines which organ will be affected and from which area of the brain the SBS will be controlled. 3rd Criterion: Every SBS runs synchronously on the level of the psyche, the brain, and the organ.
Severe malnutrition, poisoning, or an injury can result in the dysfunction of an organ without a DHS.

SECOND BIOLOGICAL LAW

Every SBS-Significant Biological Special Program runs in two phases provided there is a resolution of the conflict.
THE CONFLICT-ACTIVE PHASE (CA-Phase)
When the DHS occurs, the normal day-night-rhythm is instantly interrupted and the autonomic nervous system switches into lasting sympathicotonia and a prolonged state of stress with nervous restlessness, a fast heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, slow digestion, frequent urination, and little appetite. Since the blood vessels are constricted during stress, typical signs of conflict activity are cold hands, cold sweats, and the shivers. We therefore call the conflict-active phase also the COLD phase.
The PSYCHE is in a compulsive thinking mode. The constant dwelling over the conflict causes sleep disturbances (waking up shortly after falling asleep, usually around 3 o’clock in the morning). The extra waking hours and the total focus on the conflict serve to find a resolution to the conflict as soon as possible.
THE HEALING PHASE (PCL= post-conflictolysis)
With the resolution of the conflict, the autonomic nervous system switches into lasting vagotonia and a prolonged state of rest with fatigue but good appetite. Resting and the desire to eat provide the organism with the necessary energy for healing. If the healing phase is intense, the tiredness could be so overwhelming that one can hardly get out of bed. The need for sleep is particularly strong during the day (in conventional medicine, persistent tiredness is diagnosed as “chronic fatigue syndrome”). Accompanying symptoms are a slow pulse and low blood pressure. During vagotonia, the blood vessels expand causing warm hands and a warm skin. We therefore call the healing phase also the WARM phase.
The PSYCHE is in a state of relief.
If more tissue is required to facilitate a conflict resolution, the corresponding organ generates cell proliferation during the conflict-active phase. This process applies to all organs and tissues that are controlled by the brainstem and the cerebellum such as the lungs, liver, pancreas, colon, thyroid, or breast glands. In embryological terms, these organs derive from the endoderm or from the old mesoderm (see Third Biological Law).
If less tissue is required to facilitate a conflict resolution, the organ or tissue responds with cell loss. This process applies to all organs and tissues that are controlled from the cerebral medulla and the cerebral cortex such as the bones and joints, ovaries, testicles, coronary arteries, coronary veins, cervix, bronchi, larynx, and the skin. In embryological terms, these organs derive from the new mesoderm or from the ectoderm (see Third Biological Law
Diagram of the Two Phases
A “hanging healing” refers to the situation where the healing phase cannot be completed because of recurrent conflict relapses.

THIRD BIOLOGICAL LAW


Dr. Hamer's medical research is firmly anchored in the science of embryology. Taking into account the development of the fetus (ontogenesis) he discovered that the correlation between the psyche, the brain, and the organs is closely connected to the three embryonic germ layers (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm) from which all organs of the human body originate. The Third Biological Law shows that the location of the Hamer Focus in the brain as well as the cell proliferation or cell loss following a DHS are not accidental but part of a meaningful biological system inherent in every living organism. The Biological Special Programs of Nature are encoded in every human cell and thus inscribed in the DNA, the carrier of genetic information (see GNM Article “Understanding Genetic Diseases”).
Through analyzing and comparing thousands of brain scans Dr. Hamer found that organs originating from the same embryonic germ layer are controlled from the same part of the brain.


FOURTH BIOLOGICAL LAW

For the first 2.5 billion years, microbes were the only organisms inhabiting the earth. Gradually, they populated other life forms, including plants, animals, and humans. It is estimated that the number of microbial cells residing in the human body (known as the “human microbiome”) outnumbers the body cells almost 4 to 1. Owing to their symbiotic relationship with the human organism and their vital role in maintaining the body tissues, microbes have become indispensable for our survival.
NOTE: The placenta that connects the developing fetus to the uterus is not sterile, as previously thought, but harbors a rich collection of bacteria. Hence, bacteria assist the healing process already in the organism of the fetus! “For more than a century scientists have assumed that babies come into the world germ-free after nine months in a sterile womb. Not so, new studies find: Bacteria lurk in the placenta, amniotic fluid and umbilical cord, making the womb a germy place.” (Science News, May 28, 2014; see also "The Placenta Harbors a Unique Microbiome", Science Transational Medicine, May 21, 2014). Mycobacteria such as TB bacteria are also introduced to the newborn through the breast milk.
The theory that certain “diseases” are caused by “pathogenic microbes” is one of the most persistent doctrines of modern medicine. This general conception is largely attributable to the fact that microbes are present at the site of a “diseased” organ. And since the activity of microbes is accompanied by swelling, fever, inflammation, pus, discharge, and pain, microbes are believed to be the cause of “infectious diseases”. Similar to the idea that an “abnormal” growth of cancer cells leads to the development of a “malignant” tumor, it is wrongly assumed that microbes growing beyond their normal ranges (see immune system theory) results in virulent “infections”.
Microbes don’t cause diseases but play instead a vital role during the healing phase.
The Fourth Biological Law shows that so-called “infectious diseases” occur exclusively in the second phase of a Biological Special Program, where the organism uses the microbes to optimize healing. During their activities microbes require a warm environment, hence, the development of an inflammation and fever. Microbes also need an acidic milieu, which is suitably provided through the vagotonic state that is dominant in every healing phase. The onset of an “infection” is therefore not, as presumed, brought on by an imbalanced pH level (a “wrong diet”) but rather by the transition from the conflict-active phase into the healing phase.
NOTE: Microbes are endemic. They live in harmony with all organisms of the ecological milieu in which they have developed over millions of years. Contact with microbes that are foreign to the human body, for example through traveling abroad, does not cause per se a “disease”. However, if, let’s say, a European happens to resolve a particular conflict in the tropics and comes in contact with local microbes, the related organ will use them for the healing process. Since the body is not accustomed to these exotic microorganisms, the healing symptoms can be quite severe.

Diseases are not contagious!
If two or more people happen to have the same symptoms, for example, a cold, diarrhea, or a stomach flu, this means that all of them are in the healing phase of the same type of conflict (stink conflict, indigestible morsel conflict, territorial anger conflict) that took place, let’s say, at school, at home, or at work.

FIFTH BIOLOGICAL LAW - THE QUINTESSENCE

Every so-called disease is part of a Significant Biological Special Program of Nature created to assists an organism (humans and animals alike) during unexpected distress.
Dr. Hamer: “All so-called diseases have a special biological meaning. While we used to regard Mother Nature as fallible and had the audacity to believe that She constantly made mistakes and caused breakdowns (malignant, senseless, degenerative cancerous growths, etc.) we can now see, as the scales fall from our eyes, that it was our ignorance and pride that were and are the only foolishness in our cosmos. Blinded, we brought upon ourselves this senseless, soulless and brutal medicine. Full of wonder, we can now understand for the first time that Nature is orderly and that every occurrence in Nature is meaningful, even in the framework of the whole. Nothing in Nature is meaningless, malignant or diseased.”

WHY AREN'T THESE LAWS IN WIKIPEDIA?

In October 1981, Dr. Hamer submitted his research to the University of Tuebingen as a post-doctoral thesis. The objective was to have his findings tested on equivalent cases so that the New Medicine could be taught to all medical students and that patients could benefit from the discoveries as soon as possible. But to his great surprise, the University committee rejected his work and refused to evaluate his thesis. This is an unprecedented case in the history of universities! There was yet another surprise. Shortly after he had handed in his thesis, Dr. Hamer was given the ultimatum to either deny his findings or his contract would not be renewed. It was extremely difficult for him to understand why he was being expelled from the clinic for presenting well-substantiated scientific findings. Dr. Hamer stood his ground. After his dismissal, he retreated to his private practice where he continued his research. Several attempts to open a private clinic failed because of concerted efforts opposing it. Letters of Dr. Hamer's patients to health officials remained unanswered or were returned with the comment: “Not applicable!”. To this day, the firm position of the authorities has not changed.
The harassment of Dr. Hamer culminated in 1989, when a court sentence stopped him from practicing medicine. Despite the fact that his scientific work had never been disproved, he lost, at the age of 54, his medical license on the grounds that he refused to renounce his findings on the origin of cancer and to conform to the principles of official medicine. Deprived of a medical license, Dr. Hamer now relied on other doctors to obtain brain scans and patients' records. But he was determined to continue his work. By 1987 Dr. Hamer had already analyzed over 10,000 cases and was able to expand his discovery of the Five Biological Laws to practically all diseases known in medicine. Meanwhile, the press and the medical establishment stopped at nothing to attack him and his work. Tabloid journalists and medical “experts” portray Dr. Hamer as a charlatan, a self-proclaimed miracle healer, a cult leader, an irrational outsider, or an insane criminal who denies cancer patients the ‘life-saving’ conventional treatments.
In 1997, Dr. Hamer was arrested and sentenced to 19 months in prison for having given three people free medical information without a medical license. By contrast, in 1991, thirteen years after he had killed Dirk Hamer, Victor Emanuel of Savoy had been sentenced to a mere 6 months probation for the illegal possession of a weapon. When Dr. Hamer was arrested, the police searched his patient files. Subsequently, one public prosecutor was forced to admit during the trial that after more than five years, of 6500 patients with mostly ‘terminal’ cancer, 6000 were still alive. And so, ironically, it was his opponents that provided the actual statistics attesting to German New Medicine's remarkable success rate. Yet, to this day, the University of Tuebingen refuses, despite court orders in 1986 and 1994, to test Dr. Hamer's scientific work. Similarly, official medicine refuses to endorse GNM despite its numerous verifications by both physicians and professorial associations.


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2020.09.06 15:39 whipnil Medical Myths VII: Hypothesis, Theory, Law

From Merriam Webster-

The Difference Between Hypothesis and Theory

A hypothesis is an assumption, an idea that is proposed for the sake of argument so that it can be tested to see if it might be true.
In the scientific method, the hypothesis is constructed before any applicable research has been done, apart from a basic background review. You ask a question, read up on what has been studied before, and then form a hypothesis.
A hypothesis is usually tentative; it's an assumption or suggestion made strictly for the objective of being tested.
A theory, in contrast, is a principle that has been formed as an attempt to explain things that have already been substantiated by data. It is used in the names of a number of principles accepted in the scientific community, such as the Big Bang Theory. Because of the rigours of experimentation and control, it is understood to be more likely to be true than a hypothesis is.
In non-scientific use, however, hypothesis and theory are often used interchangeably to mean simply an idea, speculation, or hunch, with theory being the more common choice.
Since this casual use does away with the distinctions upheld by the scientific community, hypothesis and theory are prone to being wrongly interpreted even when they are encountered in scientific contexts—or at least, contexts that allude to scientific study without making the critical distinction that scientists employ when weighing hypotheses and theories.
The most common occurrence is when theory is interpreted—and sometimes even gleefully seized upon—to mean something having less truth value than other scientific principles. (The word law applies to principles so firmly established that they are almost never questioned, such as the law of gravity.)
This mistake is one of projection: since we use theory in general to mean something lightly speculated, then it's implied that scientists must be talking about the same level of uncertainty when they use theory to refer to their well-tested and reasoned principles.
The distinction has come to the forefront particularly on occasions when the content of science curricula in schools has been challenged—notably, when a school board in Georgia put stickers on textbooks stating that evolution was "a theory, not a fact, regarding the origin of living things." As Kenneth R. Miller, a cell biologist at Brown University, has said, a theory "doesn’t mean a hunch or a guess. A theory is a system of explanations that ties together a whole bunch of facts. It not only explains those facts, but predicts what you ought to find from other observations and experiments.”
While theories are never completely infallible, they form the basis of scientific reasoning because, as Miller said "to the best of our ability, we’ve tested them, and they’ve held up."
THE HIV/AIDS HYPOTHESIS
HIV-AIDS hypothesis out of touch with South African AIDS – A new perspective (pdf warning)
"A recent study by Chigwedere et al., ‘‘Estimating the lost benefits of antiretroviral drug use in South Africa”, claims that during the period from 2000 to 2005 about 330,000 South African AIDS-deaths were caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) per year that could have been prevented by available anti-HIV drugs. The study blamed those who question the hypothesis that HIV is the cause of AIDS, particularly former South African President Thabo Mbeki and one of us, for not preventing these deaths by anti-HIV treatments"
"We conclude that the claims that HIV has caused huge losses of African lives are unconfirmed and that HIV is not sufficient or even necessary to cause the previously known diseases, now called AIDS in the presence of antibody against HIV. Further we call into question the claim that HIV antibody-positives would benefit from anti-HIV drugs, because these drugs are inevitably toxic and because there is as yet no proof that HIV causes AIDS."
Fallacies in Modern Medicine - The HIV/AIDS Hypothesis
In essence HIV has never been isolated and characterised. There are no clinical symptoms specific to AIDS. All AIDS related diseases can be caused by other factors with the pathologies noted in the gayUS community such as the Kaposi Sarcomas (KS) being explainable by oxidative stress and disruption to Nitrous Oxide pathways, while there is almost never KS in the African cohort and all the AIDS related pathologies there explainable by poor nutrition.
ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS
Oxidative Stress, HIV and AIDS (pdf warning)
"It has been accepted by researchers at the CDC that KS (Kaposi's sarcoma), the first and most specific of the AIDS indicator diseases, for which the explanation of the HIV hypothesis was put forward by Gallo in 1982, is not caused directly or indirectly by HIV (Beral et al., 1990). On the other hand, recent empirical observations from three seemingly unrelated areas of AIDS research are in agreement with the hypothesis that oxidative mechanisms play a critical role in HIV expression and AIDS development.
"Thus, the systemic decrease of glutathione concentration in HIV seropositive individuals may result from both, decrease in synthesis and increased degradation. The oxidative stress to which the AIDS patients are subjected would lead to cellular anomalies in many cells, including lymphocytes, resulting in opportunistic infection, immunological abnormalities and neoplasia. All this argues in favour of oxidation as being a critical factor in the pathogenesis of AIDS and HIV expression."
This paper was published in 1993
The Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine
📷Michael McEvoy5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Work, Incredibly Important Book For Intensive ResearchersReviewed in the United States on November 22, 2018Verified PurchaseDr. Heinrich Kremer has written a masterful book that describes with intricate details the major problems with the HIV/AIDS research and theory. Kremer highlights the reality of functional TH2 imbalance within the immune cells as a counterregulatory shift set off by longterm oxidative stress. Mitochondrial dysfunction, coupled by thiol deficiency and redox disequilibrium leads to cachexia, immunological dysfunction in both AIDS and cancer. Toxic drugs perpetuate the problem of chronic thiol depletion and redox dysfunction. Must read for anyone wanting a deep dive into biochemistry, the historical context of AIDS, and the major flaws in the existing dogma.5 people found this helpfulHelpfulComment Report abuse
📷Stephanie Seneff5.0 out of 5 stars If you think you understand AIDS and cancer, think again!Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2012Verified PurchaseThis is arguably the best book I have ever read, in terms of how it spoke to me. The author obviously is extremely well informed about biology, and the book is full of detailed accounts of how biology works. The hypothesis he proposes is a mind-bender: he makes a strong claim that AIDS and cancer are caused by an excessive cumulative exposure to oxides of nitrogen, which results in a steady drain of glutathione and other sulfur-containing metabolites.It will also make you seriously question the validity of "standard treatment" for diseases like AIDS and cancer.
So we have a situation where the alternative hypothesis put forth in 1993 has continued to be developed on and proving itself more and more valuable as a useful assumption to treat patients diagnosed with both cancer and AIDS however, as the title of the book suggests, despite building such a robust hypothesis this powerful argument still exists as a silent revolution within the medical community as with half a trillion dollars of tax payer dollars diverted in to HIV related research over the last 30 years, who would be willing to declare the HIV/AIDS hypothesis as dead? And even if they did, how would they overcome the incumbent assumptions regarding the disease when even esteemed academics such as Duesberg get turned in to a complete pariah when the medical/scientific/publishing apparatus declares you a AIDS Denialist. How many books have to get published, academics have to speak up in order to declare a hypothesis invalid and begin diverting those tax payer dollars towards a new line of inquiry which may in fact yield much more beneficial findings for global health?

THE OUT OF AFRICA THEORY

How was the Out of Africa Theory Established?
Out of Africa was only established in the 90’s during a debate as to the age of modern humans.
The development of genetic analysis tools in the 1980s helped scientists grow attracted to the out of Africa hypothesis. Matches between the DNA of living modern humans and fossil remains verified that H. sapiens evolved several hundred thousand years ago on African soil.
The theory explains that while numerous human-like species walked the planet, only one arose into modern man*.*

From wiki:
"There were at least several "out-of-Africa" dispersals of modern humans, possibly beginning as early as 270,000 years ago, including 215,000 years ago to at least Greece, and certainly via northern Africa about 130,000 to 115,000 years ago.These early waves appear to have mostly died out or retreated by 80,000 years ago.
The most significant "recent" wave took place about 70,000–50,000 years ago, via the so-called "Southern Route", spreading rapidly along the coast of Asia and reaching Australia by around 65,000–50,000 years ago,"
The Out of Africa Theory Has No Home
Accordingly, we can infer that Eve lived three times 50,000 to 60,000 years ago, or roughly 150,000 to 180,000 years ago.5
This declaration was regarded as the final word, and the resolution of "15 years of disagreement"6 between two branches of science. Wilson and Cann triumphantly proclaimed victory on behalf of the molecular geneticists declaring that "we won the argument, when the palaeontologists admitted we had been right and they had been wrong."7
With the case closed and bragging rights secured in perpetuity, science had once again provided certainty and an African ancestry. Or so it seemed. But not long after their paper was published Rebecca Cann realised they were mistaken. In 1982 she examined the mitochondrial DNA of 112 Indigenous people, including twelve full-descent Aboriginals, and the results were in total opposition to what they assumed was fully resolved.
Nevertheless, Cann was obliged to contradict a central tenet of their paper, stating that "mitochondrial DNA puts the origin of Homo sapiens much further back and indicates that the Australian Aboriginals arose 400,000 years ago from two distinct lineages,
The realignment and reversals were of immediate concern to Alan Wilson. If Cann was correct in detecting a "much higher number of mutations"11 they may as well tear up their original paper.
.......Upon receiving the results of his second mtDNA sampling Wilson immediately conceded the Out-of-Africa theory was wrong.......
Referring back to Wilson and Canns original calculations, their proposed timing of somewhere between 50-60,000 years stands on no less shaky ground than their genetic miscalculation. There are at least ten Australian sites claimed to be older than 60,000 years, granted every date is challenged by conservative critics, but even so, all are the products of respected academics.
What needs to be accepted is that if just one date proves to be correct, irrespective of whatever judgment is passed on the other nine, it can be confidently declared as a fact that Australia was not settled by African Homo sapiens 60,000 years ago. Whether the winning site turns out to be Lake George-fire-stick farming (120,000 years); Lake Eyre-skullcap (135,000 years); Jinmium-tools (176,000 years); Panaramittee-rock-engraving of saltwater crocodile (75,000 years); Rottnest Island-tools (70,000 years); Devonport-rock-engravings (>115,000 years); Jinmium-art (75-116,000 years); Great Barrier Reef-fire-stick farming (185,000 years); Lake Mungo (WLH3)-complete skeleton (61-65,000 years); or (WLH1)-cremated bones (61,000 years); one out of the ten is sufficient to deny African entry.
http://nationalunitygovernment.org/content/first-race-out-australia-not-africa-0

BIOLOGICAL LAWS

The main reason I structured this post the way I have is to emphasise the explanatory power of the different explanations for causation in a couple of controversial topics and how some hypotheses are favoured more than others in incumbent organisations which may have a conflict of interest in perpetuating the misunderstanding. In admitting the failure of the HIV AIDS hypothesis you are slaughtering a half a trillion tax payer dollar cash cow that's been paying your way for the last few decades. To accept the out of Australia theory over the out of Africa could similarly challenge the human ape common ancestor narrative as well.
A Law on the other hand, is something that is always the case. The Laws of thermodynamics can not be violated. There may be phenomena where there appears to be some violations as temporal oppositions but when seen nested within hierarchical systems do in fact adhere to these laws. In terms of Biology there are only a few listed on wikipedia as
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_rules
There are definitely a few interesting ones there that warrant further contemplation particularly with respect to temperatures and latitudes however, it may be worth considering if there are any biological laws that haven't been included in this wiki list. However what about the biological laws proposed by Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer?
Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer was born on May 17, 1935 in Mettmann, Germany. He spent his childhood with his paternal grandparents in East Frisia. In 1953, he began to study medicine, theology, and physics at the University of Tuebingen. At the age of 22, he completed his master's degree in theology and then, four years later, received his professional license as a doctor of medicine. The following years he practiced at various university clinics in Germany.
In 1972, Dr. Hamer completed his specialization in internal medicine and began to work at the University clinic in Tuebingen as an internist in charge of cancer patients. At the same time, he ran a private practice with his wife Dr. Sigrid Hamer, whom he had met during their studies in Tuebingen. He also showed an extraordinary talent for inventing medical devices. Among others, he owns the patent for a non-traumatic scalpel (Hamer Scalpel) which cuts twenty times sharper than a razor blade, a special bone saw for plastic surgery, and a massage table that automatically adjusts to the body's contours.
His inventions provided Dr. Hamer and his family with the financial means to move to Italy, where he realized his plan to treat the sick in the slums of Rome free of charge. On August 18th, 1978, while in Rome, the Hamers received the shocking news that their son Dirk had been accidentally shot by the Italian Prince Victor Emanuel of Savoy. On December 7th, 1978, Dirk succumbed to the injuries and died in his father's arms. Dirk is buried under the city wall at the pyramid in Rome.
Shortly after Dirk's death, Dr. Hamer was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Since he had never been seriously ill, he postulated that the development of his cancer could be directly related to the unexpected loss of his son. In fact, he would eventually, in honor of Dirk, call this unexpected shock a DHS or “Dirk Hamer Syndrome”. Dirk's death and his own experience with cancer set Dr. Hamer on an extraordinary scientific journey.
At the time head internist of a cancer clinic at the University of Munich, he began to investigate his cancer patients' histories and soon learned that, like him, they all had experienced an unexpected shock of one sort or another. But he took his research even further. Pursuing the hypothesis that all bodily processes are controlled from the brain, he analyzed his patients' brain scans and compared them with their medical records and personal histories. To his amazement, he found a clear correlation between certain types of “conflict shocks”, how these shocks manifest themselves on the organ level as specific symptoms and how all this is connected to the brain. Until then, no studies had examined the role of the brain as the mediator between the psyche and a diseased organ.
Dr. Hamer established that every disease originates from a shock or trauma that catches an individual completely by surprise. The moment the unexpected conflict occurs, the shock strikes a specific, predetermined area in the brain causing a lesion (later called Hamer Focus or HH - Hamerscher Herd), visible on a brain scan as a set of sharp concentric rings. Before Dr. Hamer identified these ringed lesions on a brain scan, radiologists considered them as artifacts created by a glitch in the machine. But Siemens, a manufacturer of computer tomography equipment, certified that these target lesions cannot be artifacts because even when the tomography is repeated and taken from different angles, the same ring formation always appears in the same location.
The brain cells that receive the shock (DHS) send a biochemical signal to the corresponding body cells causing the growth of a tumor, a meltdown of tissue, or functional loss, depending on which part of the brain is involved. The reason why specific conflicts are irrefutably tied to specific areas in the brain is that during the development of the human organism each brain area was programmed to respond instantly to situations that could threaten survival. While the brainstem, the oldest part of the brain, is programmed with primordial conflicts related to breathing (death-fright conflicts) reproduction (procreation conflicts) and food (morsel conflicts), the cerebrum, the youngest part of the brain, correlates to more advanced matters (separation conflicts, territorial conflicts). Dr. Hamer also discovered that every disease progresses in two phases: first, a conflict-active phase, characterized by emotional distress, a lack of appetite, and sleeplessness, and then, provided the conflict can be resolved, a healing phase. This is the period in which the psyche, the brain and the affected organ undergo the phase of recovery, an often difficult process marked by fatigue, headaches, inflammation, “infections”, and pain.
Firmly anchored in the science of embryology and in full accordance with evolutionary logic, Dr. Hamer called his findings “The Five Biological Laws of the New Medicine”. Over the years, he was able to confirm his discoveries with over 40,000 case studies.
https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/verifications.html
https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/five_laws.html

FIRST BIOLOGICAL LAW (“The Iron Rule of Cancer”)

1st Criterion: Every “disease” - hereinafter called Significant Biological Special Program (SBS) - originates from a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome), which is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflict shock that occurs simultaneously in the psyche, the brain, and on the corresponding organ.2nd Criterion: The content of the conflict determines which organ will be affected and from which area of the brain the SBS will be controlled. 3rd Criterion: Every SBS runs synchronously on the level of the psyche, the brain, and the organ.
Severe malnutrition, poisoning, or an injury can result in the dysfunction of an organ without a DHS.

SECOND BIOLOGICAL LAW

Every SBS-Significant Biological Special Program runs in two phases provided there is a resolution of the conflict.
THE CONFLICT-ACTIVE PHASE (CA-Phase)
When the DHS occurs, the normal day-night-rhythm is instantly interrupted and the autonomic nervous system switches into lasting sympathicotonia and a prolonged state of stress with nervous restlessness, a fast heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, slow digestion, frequent urination, and little appetite. Since the blood vessels are constricted during stress, typical signs of conflict activity are cold hands, cold sweats, and the shivers. We therefore call the conflict-active phase also the COLD phase.
The PSYCHE is in a compulsive thinking mode. The constant dwelling over the conflict causes sleep disturbances (waking up shortly after falling asleep, usually around 3 o’clock in the morning). The extra waking hours and the total focus on the conflict serve to find a resolution to the conflict as soon as possible.
THE HEALING PHASE (PCL= post-conflictolysis)
With the resolution of the conflict, the autonomic nervous system switches into lasting vagotonia and a prolonged state of rest with fatigue but good appetite. Resting and the desire to eat provide the organism with the necessary energy for healing. If the healing phase is intense, the tiredness could be so overwhelming that one can hardly get out of bed. The need for sleep is particularly strong during the day (in conventional medicine, persistent tiredness is diagnosed as “chronic fatigue syndrome”). Accompanying symptoms are a slow pulse and low blood pressure. During vagotonia, the blood vessels expand causing warm hands and a warm skin. We therefore call the healing phase also the WARM phase.
The PSYCHE is in a state of relief.
If more tissue is required to facilitate a conflict resolution, the corresponding organ generates cell proliferation during the conflict-active phase. This process applies to all organs and tissues that are controlled by the brainstem and the cerebellum such as the lungs, liver, pancreas, colon, thyroid, or breast glands. In embryological terms, these organs derive from the endoderm or from the old mesoderm (see Third Biological Law).
If less tissue is required to facilitate a conflict resolution, the organ or tissue responds with cell loss. This process applies to all organs and tissues that are controlled from the cerebral medulla and the cerebral cortex such as the bones and joints, ovaries, testicles, coronary arteries, coronary veins, cervix, bronchi, larynx, and the skin. In embryological terms, these organs derive from the new mesoderm or from the ectoderm (see Third Biological Law
Diagram of the Two Phases
A “hanging healing” refers to the situation where the healing phase cannot be completed because of recurrent conflict relapses.

THIRD BIOLOGICAL LAW


Dr. Hamer's medical research is firmly anchored in the science of embryology. Taking into account the development of the fetus (ontogenesis) he discovered that the correlation between the psyche, the brain, and the organs is closely connected to the three embryonic germ layers (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm) from which all organs of the human body originate. The Third Biological Law shows that the location of the Hamer Focus in the brain as well as the cell proliferation or cell loss following a DHS are not accidental but part of a meaningful biological system inherent in every living organism. The Biological Special Programs of Nature are encoded in every human cell and thus inscribed in the DNA, the carrier of genetic information (see GNM Article “Understanding Genetic Diseases”).
Through analyzing and comparing thousands of brain scans Dr. Hamer found that organs originating from the same embryonic germ layer are controlled from the same part of the brain.


FOURTH BIOLOGICAL LAW

For the first 2.5 billion years, microbes were the only organisms inhabiting the earth. Gradually, they populated other life forms, including plants, animals, and humans. It is estimated that the number of microbial cells residing in the human body (known as the “human microbiome”) outnumbers the body cells almost 4 to 1. Owing to their symbiotic relationship with the human organism and their vital role in maintaining the body tissues, microbes have become indispensable for our survival.
NOTE: The placenta that connects the developing fetus to the uterus is not sterile, as previously thought, but harbors a rich collection of bacteria. Hence, bacteria assist the healing process already in the organism of the fetus! “For more than a century scientists have assumed that babies come into the world germ-free after nine months in a sterile womb. Not so, new studies find: Bacteria lurk in the placenta, amniotic fluid and umbilical cord, making the womb a germy place.” (Science News, May 28, 2014; see also "The Placenta Harbors a Unique Microbiome", Science Transational Medicine, May 21, 2014). Mycobacteria such as TB bacteria are also introduced to the newborn through the breast milk.
The theory that certain “diseases” are caused by “pathogenic microbes” is one of the most persistent doctrines of modern medicine. This general conception is largely attributable to the fact that microbes are present at the site of a “diseased” organ. And since the activity of microbes is accompanied by swelling, fever, inflammation, pus, discharge, and pain, microbes are believed to be the cause of “infectious diseases”. Similar to the idea that an “abnormal” growth of cancer cells leads to the development of a “malignant” tumor, it is wrongly assumed that microbes growing beyond their normal ranges (see immune system theory) results in virulent “infections”.
Microbes don’t cause diseases but play instead a vital role during the healing phase.
The Fourth Biological Law shows that so-called “infectious diseases” occur exclusively in the second phase of a Biological Special Program, where the organism uses the microbes to optimize healing. During their activities microbes require a warm environment, hence, the development of an inflammation and fever. Microbes also need an acidic milieu, which is suitably provided through the vagotonic state that is dominant in every healing phase. The onset of an “infection” is therefore not, as presumed, brought on by an imbalanced pH level (a “wrong diet”) but rather by the transition from the conflict-active phase into the healing phase.
NOTE: Microbes are endemic. They live in harmony with all organisms of the ecological milieu in which they have developed over millions of years. Contact with microbes that are foreign to the human body, for example through traveling abroad, does not cause per se a “disease”. However, if, let’s say, a European happens to resolve a particular conflict in the tropics and comes in contact with local microbes, the related organ will use them for the healing process. Since the body is not accustomed to these exotic microorganisms, the healing symptoms can be quite severe.

Diseases are not contagious!
If two or more people happen to have the same symptoms, for example, a cold, diarrhea, or a stomach flu, this means that all of them are in the healing phase of the same type of conflict (stink conflict, indigestible morsel conflict, territorial anger conflict) that took place, let’s say, at school, at home, or at work.

FIFTH BIOLOGICAL LAW - THE QUINTESSENCE

Every so-called disease is part of a Significant Biological Special Program of Nature created to assists an organism (humans and animals alike) during unexpected distress.
Dr. Hamer: “All so-called diseases have a special biological meaning. While we used to regard Mother Nature as fallible and had the audacity to believe that She constantly made mistakes and caused breakdowns (malignant, senseless, degenerative cancerous growths, etc.) we can now see, as the scales fall from our eyes, that it was our ignorance and pride that were and are the only foolishness in our cosmos. Blinded, we brought upon ourselves this senseless, soulless and brutal medicine. Full of wonder, we can now understand for the first time that Nature is orderly and that every occurrence in Nature is meaningful, even in the framework of the whole. Nothing in Nature is meaningless, malignant or diseased.”

WHY AREN'T THESE LAWS IN WIKIPEDIA?

In October 1981, Dr. Hamer submitted his research to the University of Tuebingen as a post-doctoral thesis. The objective was to have his findings tested on equivalent cases so that the New Medicine could be taught to all medical students and that patients could benefit from the discoveries as soon as possible. But to his great surprise, the University committee rejected his work and refused to evaluate his thesis. This is an unprecedented case in the history of universities! There was yet another surprise. Shortly after he had handed in his thesis, Dr. Hamer was given the ultimatum to either deny his findings or his contract would not be renewed. It was extremely difficult for him to understand why he was being expelled from the clinic for presenting well-substantiated scientific findings. Dr. Hamer stood his ground. After his dismissal, he retreated to his private practice where he continued his research. Several attempts to open a private clinic failed because of concerted efforts opposing it. Letters of Dr. Hamer's patients to health officials remained unanswered or were returned with the comment: “Not applicable!”. To this day, the firm position of the authorities has not changed.
The harassment of Dr. Hamer culminated in 1989, when a court sentence stopped him from practicing medicine. Despite the fact that his scientific work had never been disproved, he lost, at the age of 54, his medical license on the grounds that he refused to renounce his findings on the origin of cancer and to conform to the principles of official medicine. Deprived of a medical license, Dr. Hamer now relied on other doctors to obtain brain scans and patients' records. But he was determined to continue his work. By 1987 Dr. Hamer had already analyzed over 10,000 cases and was able to expand his discovery of the Five Biological Laws to practically all diseases known in medicine. Meanwhile, the press and the medical establishment stopped at nothing to attack him and his work. Tabloid journalists and medical “experts” portray Dr. Hamer as a charlatan, a self-proclaimed miracle healer, a cult leader, an irrational outsider, or an insane criminal who denies cancer patients the ‘life-saving’ conventional treatments.
In 1997, Dr. Hamer was arrested and sentenced to 19 months in prison for having given three people free medical information without a medical license. By contrast, in 1991, thirteen years after he had killed Dirk Hamer, Victor Emanuel of Savoy had been sentenced to a mere 6 months probation for the illegal possession of a weapon. When Dr. Hamer was arrested, the police searched his patient files. Subsequently, one public prosecutor was forced to admit during the trial that after more than five years, of 6500 patients with mostly ‘terminal’ cancer, 6000 were still alive. And so, ironically, it was his opponents that provided the actual statistics attesting to German New Medicine's remarkable success rate. Yet, to this day, the University of Tuebingen refuses, despite court orders in 1986 and 1994, to test Dr. Hamer's scientific work. Similarly, official medicine refuses to endorse GNM despite its numerous verifications by both physicians and professorial associations.


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2020.09.06 15:37 whipnil Medical Myths VII: Hypothesis, Theory, Law

From Merriam Webster-

The Difference Between Hypothesis and Theory

A hypothesis is an assumption, an idea that is proposed for the sake of argument so that it can be tested to see if it might be true.
In the scientific method, the hypothesis is constructed before any applicable research has been done, apart from a basic background review. You ask a question, read up on what has been studied before, and then form a hypothesis.
A hypothesis is usually tentative; it's an assumption or suggestion made strictly for the objective of being tested.
A theory, in contrast, is a principle that has been formed as an attempt to explain things that have already been substantiated by data. It is used in the names of a number of principles accepted in the scientific community, such as the Big Bang Theory. Because of the rigours of experimentation and control, it is understood to be more likely to be true than a hypothesis is.
In non-scientific use, however, hypothesis and theory are often used interchangeably to mean simply an idea, speculation, or hunch, with theory being the more common choice.
Since this casual use does away with the distinctions upheld by the scientific community, hypothesis and theory are prone to being wrongly interpreted even when they are encountered in scientific contexts—or at least, contexts that allude to scientific study without making the critical distinction that scientists employ when weighing hypotheses and theories.
The most common occurrence is when theory is interpreted—and sometimes even gleefully seized upon—to mean something having less truth value than other scientific principles. (The word law applies to principles so firmly established that they are almost never questioned, such as the law of gravity.)
This mistake is one of projection: since we use theory in general to mean something lightly speculated, then it's implied that scientists must be talking about the same level of uncertainty when they use theory to refer to their well-tested and reasoned principles.
The distinction has come to the forefront particularly on occasions when the content of science curricula in schools has been challenged—notably, when a school board in Georgia put stickers on textbooks stating that evolution was "a theory, not a fact, regarding the origin of living things." As Kenneth R. Miller, a cell biologist at Brown University, has said, a theory "doesn’t mean a hunch or a guess. A theory is a system of explanations that ties together a whole bunch of facts. It not only explains those facts, but predicts what you ought to find from other observations and experiments.”
While theories are never completely infallible, they form the basis of scientific reasoning because, as Miller said "to the best of our ability, we’ve tested them, and they’ve held up."
THE HIV/AIDS HYPOTHESIS
HIV-AIDS hypothesis out of touch with South African AIDS – A new perspective (pdf warning)
"A recent study by Chigwedere et al., ‘‘Estimating the lost benefits of antiretroviral drug use in South Africa”, claims that during the period from 2000 to 2005 about 330,000 South African AIDS-deaths were caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) per year that could have been prevented by available anti-HIV drugs. The study blamed those who question the hypothesis that HIV is the cause of AIDS, particularly former South African President Thabo Mbeki and one of us, for not preventing these deaths by anti-HIV treatments"
"We conclude that the claims that HIV has caused huge losses of African lives are unconfirmed and that HIV is not sufficient or even necessary to cause the previously known diseases, now called AIDS in the presence of antibody against HIV. Further we call into question the claim that HIV antibody-positives would benefit from anti-HIV drugs, because these drugs are inevitably toxic and because there is as yet no proof that HIV causes AIDS."
Fallacies in Modern Medicine - The HIV/AIDS Hypothesis
In essence HIV has never been isolated and characterised. There are no clinical symptoms specific to AIDS. All AIDS related diseases can be caused by other factors with the pathologies noted in the gayUS community such as the Kaposi Sarcomas (KS) being explainable by oxidative stress and disruption to Nitrous Oxide pathways, while there is almost never KS in the African cohort and all the AIDS related pathologies there explainable by poor nutrition.
ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS
Oxidative Stress, HIV and AIDS (pdf warning)
"It has been accepted by researchers at the CDC that KS (Kaposi's sarcoma), the first and most specific of the AIDS indicator diseases, for which the explanation of the HIV hypothesis was put forward by Gallo in 1982, is not caused directly or indirectly by HIV (Beral et al., 1990). On the other hand, recent empirical observations from three seemingly unrelated areas of AIDS research are in agreement with the hypothesis that oxidative mechanisms play a critical role in HIV expression and AIDS development.
"Thus, the systemic decrease of glutathione concentration in HIV seropositive individuals may result from both, decrease in synthesis and increased degradation. The oxidative stress to which the AIDS patients are subjected would lead to cellular anomalies in many cells, including lymphocytes, resulting in opportunistic infection, immunological abnormalities and neoplasia. All this argues in favour of oxidation as being a critical factor in the pathogenesis of AIDS and HIV expression."
This paper was published in 1993
The Silent Revolution in Cancer and AIDS Medicine
📷Michael McEvoy5.0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Work, Incredibly Important Book For Intensive ResearchersReviewed in the United States on November 22, 2018Verified PurchaseDr. Heinrich Kremer has written a masterful book that describes with intricate details the major problems with the HIV/AIDS research and theory. Kremer highlights the reality of functional TH2 imbalance within the immune cells as a counterregulatory shift set off by longterm oxidative stress. Mitochondrial dysfunction, coupled by thiol deficiency and redox disequilibrium leads to cachexia, immunological dysfunction in both AIDS and cancer. Toxic drugs perpetuate the problem of chronic thiol depletion and redox dysfunction. Must read for anyone wanting a deep dive into biochemistry, the historical context of AIDS, and the major flaws in the existing dogma.5 people found this helpfulHelpfulComment Report abuse
📷Stephanie Seneff5.0 out of 5 stars If you think you understand AIDS and cancer, think again!Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2012Verified PurchaseThis is arguably the best book I have ever read, in terms of how it spoke to me. The author obviously is extremely well informed about biology, and the book is full of detailed accounts of how biology works. The hypothesis he proposes is a mind-bender: he makes a strong claim that AIDS and cancer are caused by an excessive cumulative exposure to oxides of nitrogen, which results in a steady drain of glutathione and other sulfur-containing metabolites.It will also make you seriously question the validity of "standard treatment" for diseases like AIDS and cancer.
So we have a situation where the alternative hypothesis put forth in 1993 has continued to be developed on and proving itself more and more valuable as a useful assumption to treat patients diagnosed with both cancer and AIDS however, as the title of the book suggests, despite building such a robust hypothesis this powerful argument still exists as a silent revolution within the medical community as with half a trillion dollars of tax payer dollars diverted in to HIV related research over the last 30 years, who would be willing to declare the HIV/AIDS hypothesis as dead? And even if they did, how would they overcome the incumbent assumptions regarding the disease when even esteemed academics such as Duesberg get turned in to a complete pariah when the medical/scientific/publishing apparatus declares you a AIDS Denialist. How many books have to get published, academics have to speak up in order to declare a hypothesis invalid and begin diverting those tax payer dollars towards a new line of inquiry which may in fact yield much more beneficial findings for global health?

THE OUT OF AFRICA THEORY

How was the Out of Africa Theory Established?
Out of Africa was only established in the 90’s during a debate as to the age of modern humans.
The development of genetic analysis tools in the 1980s helped scientists grow attracted to the out of Africa hypothesis. Matches between the DNA of living modern humans and fossil remains verified that H. sapiens evolved several hundred thousand years ago on African soil.
The theory explains that while numerous human-like species walked the planet, only one arose into modern man*.*

From wiki:
"There were at least several "out-of-Africa" dispersals of modern humans, possibly beginning as early as 270,000 years ago, including 215,000 years ago to at least Greece, and certainly via northern Africa about 130,000 to 115,000 years ago.These early waves appear to have mostly died out or retreated by 80,000 years ago.
The most significant "recent" wave took place about 70,000–50,000 years ago, via the so-called "Southern Route", spreading rapidly along the coast of Asia and reaching Australia by around 65,000–50,000 years ago,"
The Out of Africa Theory Has No Home
Accordingly, we can infer that Eve lived three times 50,000 to 60,000 years ago, or roughly 150,000 to 180,000 years ago.5
This declaration was regarded as the final word, and the resolution of "15 years of disagreement"6 between two branches of science. Wilson and Cann triumphantly proclaimed victory on behalf of the molecular geneticists declaring that "we won the argument, when the palaeontologists admitted we had been right and they had been wrong."7
With the case closed and bragging rights secured in perpetuity, science had once again provided certainty and an African ancestry. Or so it seemed. But not long after their paper was published Rebecca Cann realised they were mistaken. In 1982 she examined the mitochondrial DNA of 112 Indigenous people, including twelve full-descent Aboriginals, and the results were in total opposition to what they assumed was fully resolved.
Nevertheless, Cann was obliged to contradict a central tenet of their paper, stating that "mitochondrial DNA puts the origin of Homo sapiens much further back and indicates that the Australian Aboriginals arose 400,000 years ago from two distinct lineages,
The realignment and reversals were of immediate concern to Alan Wilson. If Cann was correct in detecting a "much higher number of mutations"11 they may as well tear up their original paper.
.......Upon receiving the results of his second mtDNA sampling Wilson immediately conceded the Out-of-Africa theory was wrong.......
Referring back to Wilson and Canns original calculations, their proposed timing of somewhere between 50-60,000 years stands on no less shaky ground than their genetic miscalculation. There are at least ten Australian sites claimed to be older than 60,000 years, granted every date is challenged by conservative critics, but even so, all are the products of respected academics.
What needs to be accepted is that if just one date proves to be correct, irrespective of whatever judgment is passed on the other nine, it can be confidently declared as a fact that Australia was not settled by African Homo sapiens 60,000 years ago. Whether the winning site turns out to be Lake George-fire-stick farming (120,000 years); Lake Eyre-skullcap (135,000 years); Jinmium-tools (176,000 years); Panaramittee-rock-engraving of saltwater crocodile (75,000 years); Rottnest Island-tools (70,000 years); Devonport-rock-engravings (>115,000 years); Jinmium-art (75-116,000 years); Great Barrier Reef-fire-stick farming (185,000 years); Lake Mungo (WLH3)-complete skeleton (61-65,000 years); or (WLH1)-cremated bones (61,000 years); one out of the ten is sufficient to deny African entry.
http://nationalunitygovernment.org/content/first-race-out-australia-not-africa-0

BIOLOGICAL LAWS

The main reason I structured this post the way I have is to emphasise the explanatory power of the different explanations for causation in a couple of controversial topics and how some hypotheses are favoured more than others in incumbent organisations which may have a conflict of interest in perpetuating the misunderstanding. In admitting the failure of the HIV AIDS hypothesis you are slaughtering a half a trillion tax payer dollar cash cow that's been paying your way for the last few decades. To accept the out of Australia theory over the out of Africa could similarly challenge the human ape common ancestor narrative as well.
A Law on the other hand, is something that is always the case. The Laws of thermodynamics can not be violated. There may be phenomena where there appears to be some violations as temporal oppositions but when seen nested within hierarchical systems do in fact adhere to these laws. In terms of Biology there are only a few listed on wikipedia as
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_rules
There are definitely a few interesting ones there that warrant further contemplation particularly with respect to temperatures and latitudes however, it may be worth considering if there are any biological laws that haven't been included in this wiki list. However what about the biological laws proposed by Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer?
Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer was born on May 17, 1935 in Mettmann, Germany. He spent his childhood with his paternal grandparents in East Frisia. In 1953, he began to study medicine, theology, and physics at the University of Tuebingen. At the age of 22, he completed his master's degree in theology and then, four years later, received his professional license as a doctor of medicine. The following years he practiced at various university clinics in Germany.
In 1972, Dr. Hamer completed his specialization in internal medicine and began to work at the University clinic in Tuebingen as an internist in charge of cancer patients. At the same time, he ran a private practice with his wife Dr. Sigrid Hamer, whom he had met during their studies in Tuebingen. He also showed an extraordinary talent for inventing medical devices. Among others, he owns the patent for a non-traumatic scalpel (Hamer Scalpel) which cuts twenty times sharper than a razor blade, a special bone saw for plastic surgery, and a massage table that automatically adjusts to the body's contours.
His inventions provided Dr. Hamer and his family with the financial means to move to Italy, where he realized his plan to treat the sick in the slums of Rome free of charge. On August 18th, 1978, while in Rome, the Hamers received the shocking news that their son Dirk had been accidentally shot by the Italian Prince Victor Emanuel of Savoy. On December 7th, 1978, Dirk succumbed to the injuries and died in his father's arms. Dirk is buried under the city wall at the pyramid in Rome.
Shortly after Dirk's death, Dr. Hamer was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Since he had never been seriously ill, he postulated that the development of his cancer could be directly related to the unexpected loss of his son. In fact, he would eventually, in honor of Dirk, call this unexpected shock a DHS or “Dirk Hamer Syndrome”. Dirk's death and his own experience with cancer set Dr. Hamer on an extraordinary scientific journey.
At the time head internist of a cancer clinic at the University of Munich, he began to investigate his cancer patients' histories and soon learned that, like him, they all had experienced an unexpected shock of one sort or another. But he took his research even further. Pursuing the hypothesis that all bodily processes are controlled from the brain, he analyzed his patients' brain scans and compared them with their medical records and personal histories. To his amazement, he found a clear correlation between certain types of “conflict shocks”, how these shocks manifest themselves on the organ level as specific symptoms and how all this is connected to the brain. Until then, no studies had examined the role of the brain as the mediator between the psyche and a diseased organ.
Dr. Hamer established that every disease originates from a shock or trauma that catches an individual completely by surprise. The moment the unexpected conflict occurs, the shock strikes a specific, predetermined area in the brain causing a lesion (later called Hamer Focus or HH - Hamerscher Herd), visible on a brain scan as a set of sharp concentric rings. Before Dr. Hamer identified these ringed lesions on a brain scan, radiologists considered them as artifacts created by a glitch in the machine. But Siemens, a manufacturer of computer tomography equipment, certified that these target lesions cannot be artifacts because even when the tomography is repeated and taken from different angles, the same ring formation always appears in the same location.
The brain cells that receive the shock (DHS) send a biochemical signal to the corresponding body cells causing the growth of a tumor, a meltdown of tissue, or functional loss, depending on which part of the brain is involved. The reason why specific conflicts are irrefutably tied to specific areas in the brain is that during the development of the human organism each brain area was programmed to respond instantly to situations that could threaten survival. While the brainstem, the oldest part of the brain, is programmed with primordial conflicts related to breathing (death-fright conflicts) reproduction (procreation conflicts) and food (morsel conflicts), the cerebrum, the youngest part of the brain, correlates to more advanced matters (separation conflicts, territorial conflicts). Dr. Hamer also discovered that every disease progresses in two phases: first, a conflict-active phase, characterized by emotional distress, a lack of appetite, and sleeplessness, and then, provided the conflict can be resolved, a healing phase. This is the period in which the psyche, the brain and the affected organ undergo the phase of recovery, an often difficult process marked by fatigue, headaches, inflammation, “infections”, and pain.
Firmly anchored in the science of embryology and in full accordance with evolutionary logic, Dr. Hamer called his findings “The Five Biological Laws of the New Medicine”. Over the years, he was able to confirm his discoveries with over 40,000 case studies.
https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/verifications.html
https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/five_laws.html

FIRST BIOLOGICAL LAW (“The Iron Rule of Cancer”)

1st Criterion: Every “disease” - hereinafter called Significant Biological Special Program (SBS) - originates from a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome), which is an unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflict shock that occurs simultaneously in the psyche, the brain, and on the corresponding organ.2nd Criterion: The content of the conflict determines which organ will be affected and from which area of the brain the SBS will be controlled. 3rd Criterion: Every SBS runs synchronously on the level of the psyche, the brain, and the organ.
Severe malnutrition, poisoning, or an injury can result in the dysfunction of an organ without a DHS.

SECOND BIOLOGICAL LAW

Every SBS-Significant Biological Special Program runs in two phases provided there is a resolution of the conflict.
THE CONFLICT-ACTIVE PHASE (CA-Phase)
When the DHS occurs, the normal day-night-rhythm is instantly interrupted and the autonomic nervous system switches into lasting sympathicotonia and a prolonged state of stress with nervous restlessness, a fast heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, slow digestion, frequent urination, and little appetite. Since the blood vessels are constricted during stress, typical signs of conflict activity are cold hands, cold sweats, and the shivers. We therefore call the conflict-active phase also the COLD phase.
The PSYCHE is in a compulsive thinking mode. The constant dwelling over the conflict causes sleep disturbances (waking up shortly after falling asleep, usually around 3 o’clock in the morning). The extra waking hours and the total focus on the conflict serve to find a resolution to the conflict as soon as possible.
THE HEALING PHASE (PCL= post-conflictolysis)
With the resolution of the conflict, the autonomic nervous system switches into lasting vagotonia and a prolonged state of rest with fatigue but good appetite. Resting and the desire to eat provide the organism with the necessary energy for healing. If the healing phase is intense, the tiredness could be so overwhelming that one can hardly get out of bed. The need for sleep is particularly strong during the day (in conventional medicine, persistent tiredness is diagnosed as “chronic fatigue syndrome”). Accompanying symptoms are a slow pulse and low blood pressure. During vagotonia, the blood vessels expand causing warm hands and a warm skin. We therefore call the healing phase also the WARM phase.
The PSYCHE is in a state of relief.
If more tissue is required to facilitate a conflict resolution, the corresponding organ generates cell proliferation during the conflict-active phase. This process applies to all organs and tissues that are controlled by the brainstem and the cerebellum such as the lungs, liver, pancreas, colon, thyroid, or breast glands. In embryological terms, these organs derive from the endoderm or from the old mesoderm (see Third Biological Law).
If less tissue is required to facilitate a conflict resolution, the organ or tissue responds with cell loss. This process applies to all organs and tissues that are controlled from the cerebral medulla and the cerebral cortex such as the bones and joints, ovaries, testicles, coronary arteries, coronary veins, cervix, bronchi, larynx, and the skin. In embryological terms, these organs derive from the new mesoderm or from the ectoderm (see Third Biological Law
Diagram of the Two Phases
A “hanging healing” refers to the situation where the healing phase cannot be completed because of recurrent conflict relapses.

THIRD BIOLOGICAL LAW


Dr. Hamer's medical research is firmly anchored in the science of embryology. Taking into account the development of the fetus (ontogenesis) he discovered that the correlation between the psyche, the brain, and the organs is closely connected to the three embryonic germ layers (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm) from which all organs of the human body originate. The Third Biological Law shows that the location of the Hamer Focus in the brain as well as the cell proliferation or cell loss following a DHS are not accidental but part of a meaningful biological system inherent in every living organism. The Biological Special Programs of Nature are encoded in every human cell and thus inscribed in the DNA, the carrier of genetic information (see GNM Article “Understanding Genetic Diseases”).
Through analyzing and comparing thousands of brain scans Dr. Hamer found that organs originating from the same embryonic germ layer are controlled from the same part of the brain.


FOURTH BIOLOGICAL LAW

For the first 2.5 billion years, microbes were the only organisms inhabiting the earth. Gradually, they populated other life forms, including plants, animals, and humans. It is estimated that the number of microbial cells residing in the human body (known as the “human microbiome”) outnumbers the body cells almost 4 to 1. Owing to their symbiotic relationship with the human organism and their vital role in maintaining the body tissues, microbes have become indispensable for our survival.
NOTE: The placenta that connects the developing fetus to the uterus is not sterile, as previously thought, but harbors a rich collection of bacteria. Hence, bacteria assist the healing process already in the organism of the fetus! “For more than a century scientists have assumed that babies come into the world germ-free after nine months in a sterile womb. Not so, new studies find: Bacteria lurk in the placenta, amniotic fluid and umbilical cord, making the womb a germy place.” (Science News, May 28, 2014; see also "The Placenta Harbors a Unique Microbiome", Science Transational Medicine, May 21, 2014). Mycobacteria such as TB bacteria are also introduced to the newborn through the breast milk.
The theory that certain “diseases” are caused by “pathogenic microbes” is one of the most persistent doctrines of modern medicine. This general conception is largely attributable to the fact that microbes are present at the site of a “diseased” organ. And since the activity of microbes is accompanied by swelling, fever, inflammation, pus, discharge, and pain, microbes are believed to be the cause of “infectious diseases”. Similar to the idea that an “abnormal” growth of cancer cells leads to the development of a “malignant” tumor, it is wrongly assumed that microbes growing beyond their normal ranges (see immune system theory) results in virulent “infections”.
Microbes don’t cause diseases but play instead a vital role during the healing phase.
The Fourth Biological Law shows that so-called “infectious diseases” occur exclusively in the second phase of a Biological Special Program, where the organism uses the microbes to optimize healing. During their activities microbes require a warm environment, hence, the development of an inflammation and fever. Microbes also need an acidic milieu, which is suitably provided through the vagotonic state that is dominant in every healing phase. The onset of an “infection” is therefore not, as presumed, brought on by an imbalanced pH level (a “wrong diet”) but rather by the transition from the conflict-active phase into the healing phase.
NOTE: Microbes are endemic. They live in harmony with all organisms of the ecological milieu in which they have developed over millions of years. Contact with microbes that are foreign to the human body, for example through traveling abroad, does not cause per se a “disease”. However, if, let’s say, a European happens to resolve a particular conflict in the tropics and comes in contact with local microbes, the related organ will use them for the healing process. Since the body is not accustomed to these exotic microorganisms, the healing symptoms can be quite severe.

Diseases are not contagious!
If two or more people happen to have the same symptoms, for example, a cold, diarrhea, or a stomach flu, this means that all of them are in the healing phase of the same type of conflict (stink conflict, indigestible morsel conflict, territorial anger conflict) that took place, let’s say, at school, at home, or at work.

FIFTH BIOLOGICAL LAW - THE QUINTESSENCE

Every so-called disease is part of a Significant Biological Special Program of Nature created to assists an organism (humans and animals alike) during unexpected distress.
Dr. Hamer: “All so-called diseases have a special biological meaning. While we used to regard Mother Nature as fallible and had the audacity to believe that She constantly made mistakes and caused breakdowns (malignant, senseless, degenerative cancerous growths, etc.) we can now see, as the scales fall from our eyes, that it was our ignorance and pride that were and are the only foolishness in our cosmos. Blinded, we brought upon ourselves this senseless, soulless and brutal medicine. Full of wonder, we can now understand for the first time that Nature is orderly and that every occurrence in Nature is meaningful, even in the framework of the whole. Nothing in Nature is meaningless, malignant or diseased.”

WHY AREN'T THESE LAWS IN WIKIPEDIA?

In October 1981, Dr. Hamer submitted his research to the University of Tuebingen as a post-doctoral thesis. The objective was to have his findings tested on equivalent cases so that the New Medicine could be taught to all medical students and that patients could benefit from the discoveries as soon as possible. But to his great surprise, the University committee rejected his work and refused to evaluate his thesis. This is an unprecedented case in the history of universities! There was yet another surprise. Shortly after he had handed in his thesis, Dr. Hamer was given the ultimatum to either deny his findings or his contract would not be renewed. It was extremely difficult for him to understand why he was being expelled from the clinic for presenting well-substantiated scientific findings. Dr. Hamer stood his ground. After his dismissal, he retreated to his private practice where he continued his research. Several attempts to open a private clinic failed because of concerted efforts opposing it. Letters of Dr. Hamer's patients to health officials remained unanswered or were returned with the comment: “Not applicable!”. To this day, the firm position of the authorities has not changed.
The harassment of Dr. Hamer culminated in 1989, when a court sentence stopped him from practicing medicine. Despite the fact that his scientific work had never been disproved, he lost, at the age of 54, his medical license on the grounds that he refused to renounce his findings on the origin of cancer and to conform to the principles of official medicine. Deprived of a medical license, Dr. Hamer now relied on other doctors to obtain brain scans and patients' records. But he was determined to continue his work. By 1987 Dr. Hamer had already analyzed over 10,000 cases and was able to expand his discovery of the Five Biological Laws to practically all diseases known in medicine. Meanwhile, the press and the medical establishment stopped at nothing to attack him and his work. Tabloid journalists and medical “experts” portray Dr. Hamer as a charlatan, a self-proclaimed miracle healer, a cult leader, an irrational outsider, or an insane criminal who denies cancer patients the ‘life-saving’ conventional treatments.
In 1997, Dr. Hamer was arrested and sentenced to 19 months in prison for having given three people free medical information without a medical license. By contrast, in 1991, thirteen years after he had killed Dirk Hamer, Victor Emanuel of Savoy had been sentenced to a mere 6 months probation for the illegal possession of a weapon. When Dr. Hamer was arrested, the police searched his patient files. Subsequently, one public prosecutor was forced to admit during the trial that after more than five years, of 6500 patients with mostly ‘terminal’ cancer, 6000 were still alive. And so, ironically, it was his opponents that provided the actual statistics attesting to German New Medicine's remarkable success rate. Yet, to this day, the University of Tuebingen refuses, despite court orders in 1986 and 1994, to test Dr. Hamer's scientific work. Similarly, official medicine refuses to endorse GNM despite its numerous verifications by both physicians and professorial associations.


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  306. A Textbook of Community Nursing, 1st Edition: Sue Chilton & Karen Melling & Ann Clarridge & Heather Bain
  307. Chemical, Biochemical, and Engineering Thermodynamics, 5th Edition: Stanley I. Sandler
  308. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, 9th Edition: Michael J. Moran & Howard N. Shapiro & Daisie D. Boettner & Margaret B. Bailey
  309. Introduction to Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, 8th Edition: J.M. Smith
  310. Feedback Control Theory for Dynamic Traffic Assignment, 2nd Edition: Pushkin Kachroo & Kaan M.A. Özbay
  311. Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems, 9th Edition: Sharon R. Vaughn & Candace S. Bos
  312. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study, 10th Edition: Paula S. Rothenberg
  313. Planar Multibody Dynamics: Formulation, Programming with MATLAB®, and Applications, 2nd Edition: Parviz E. Nikravesh
  314. Oxford American Handbook of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and Supportive Care, 2nd Edition: Sriram Yennurajalingam & Eduardo Bruera
  315. Network Modeling, Simulation and Analysis in MATLAB: Theory and Practices, 1st Edition: Dac-Nhuong Le & Abhishek Kumar Pandey & Sairam Tadepalli & Pramod Singh Rathore & Jyotir Moy Chatterjee
  316. Pediatric Primary Care: Practice Guidelines for Nurses, 4th Edition: Beth Richardson
  317. Positive Evolutionary Psychology: Darwin's Guide to Living a Richer Life: Glenn Geher & Nicole Wedberg
  318. Casarett & Doull's Toxicology: The Basic Science of Poisons, 9th Edition: Curtis D. Klaassen
  319. Sport and Exercise Psychology: A Canadian Perspective, 3rd Edition: Peter R. E. Crocker
  320. Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, 8th Edition: Shelia Videbeck
  321. Accounting Principles, 13th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso
  322. Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management, 7th Edition: Barbara Cherry & Susan R. Jacob
  323. Applied Sport Psychology: Personal Growth to Peak Performance, 7th Edition: Jean Williams & Vikki Krane
  324. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 4th Edition: Joel Haas & Christopher Heil & Przemyslaw Bogacki & Maurice D. Weir & George B. Thomas
  325. Criminal Investigation, 11th Edition: Charles R. Swanson & Neil C. Chamelin & Leonard Territo & Robert W. Taylor
  326. Handbook of Embodied Cognition and Sport Psychology: Massimiliano L. Cappuccio & Richard S. W. Masters & David Papineau
  327. Sport and Exercise Psychology Research: From Theory to Practice, 1st Edition: Markus Raab & Paul Wylleman & Roland Seiler & Anne-Marie Elbe & Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis
  328. Jawetz Melnick & Adelbergs Medical Microbiology, 28th Edition: Stefan Riedel & Stephen A. Morse & Timothy A. Mietzner & Steve Miller
  329. CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment Neurology, 3rd Edition: John Brust
  330. Katzung & Trevor's Pharmacology Examination and Board Review, 11th Edition: Anthony J. Trevor & Bertram G. Katzung & Marieke Knuidering-Hall
  331. Encyclopedia of Nursing Education, 1st Edition: Mary Jane Smith & Joyce J. Fitzpatrick & Roger D. Carpenter
  332. Essentials of Stem Cell Biology, 3rd Edition: Robert Lanza & Anthony Atala
  333. Advanced Practice in Endocrinology Nursing, 1st Edition: Sofia Llahana & Cecilia Follin & Christine Yedinak & Ashley Grossman
  334. Microbiology: A Laboratory Manual, 12th Edition: James G. Cappuccino & Chad T. Welsh
  335. Gastrointestinal Nursing: A Lifespan Approach, 1st Edition: Paul Ong & Rachel Skittrall
  336. Intimate Relationships in Cinema, Literature and Visual Culture, 1st Edition: Gilad Padva & Nurit Buchweitz
  337. Nursing Health Assessment: A Best Practice Approach, 2nd Edition: Sharon Jensen
  338. Chemistry, 5th Edition: Julia Burdge
  339. International Trauma Life Support for Emergency Care Providers, 8th Edition: ITLS
  340. Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, 9th Edition: Kang-tsung Chang
  341. Middle Range Theory for Nursing, 4th Edition: Mary Jane Smith & Patricia R. Liehr
  342. International Financial Reporting: A Practical Guide, 6th Edition: Alan Melville
  343. SCHWARTZ'S PRINCIPLES OF SURGERY 2-volume set, 11th edition: F. Charles Brunicardi & Dana K. Andersen & Timothy R. Billiar & David L. Dunn
  344. Customer Engagement Marketing, 1st Edition: Robert W. Palmatier & V. Kumar & Colleen M. Harmeling
  345. Foundations of Marketing, 8th Edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  346. Database System Concepts, 6th Edition: Abraham Silberschatz & Henry Korth & S. Sudarshan
  347. Operations Strategy, 5th Edition: Nigel Slack & Mike Lewis
  348. Fluid Mechanics, 8th Edition: Frank White
  349. The Principles of Learning and Behavior, 7th Edition: Michael P. Domjan
  350. Learning and Memory: From Brain to Behavior, 2nd Edition: Mark A. Gluck & Eduardo Mercado & Catherine E. Myers
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2020.06.13 20:31 wikirank Most popular books in May 2020 according to Wikipedia

Using pageview statistics from the most developed language versions of Wikipedia we created the ranking of the most popular books in May 2020. The international top 10 books includes: Bible, 1984, My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!, Sword Art Online, The Lord of the Rings, Don Quixote, Romeo and Juliet, KonoSuba, The Divine Comedy and Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu.

1st place - Bible

Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity, in May 2020 the book was on the 1st place in English, on the 2nd place in Spanish, on the 3rd place in Portuguese, on the 9th place in Arabic, Polish, on the 10th place in Italian, on the 11th place in German, on the 18th place in French, on the 20th place in Russian, on the 90th place in Chinese and on the 151st place in Japanese Wikipedia.

2nd place - 1984

1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell, in May 2020 the book was on the 2nd place in English, French, on the 4th place in German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, on the 6th place in Italian, on the 20th place in Chinese, on the 22nd place in Polish, on the 26th place in Japanese and on the 31st place in Arabic Wikipedia.

3rd place - My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series, in May 2020 the book was on the 1st place in Japanese, Chinese, on the 7th place in English, on the 65th place in Spanish, on the 157th place in Portuguese, on the 336th place in French, on the 400th place in Polish, on the 569th place in German and on the 1234th place in Russian Wikipedia.

4th place - Sword Art Online

Sword Art Online - Japanese light novel series, in May 2020 the book was on the 2nd place in Chinese, on the 5th place in Japanese, on the 11th place in Portuguese, on the 13th place in French, on the 21st place in Spanish, on the 22nd place in English, on the 47th place in German, on the 65th place in Italian, on the 71st place in Russian, on the 84th place in Polish and on the 117th place in Arabic Wikipedia.

5th place - The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien, in May 2020 the book was on the 3rd place in English, on the 6th place in German, on the 9th place in Spanish, on the 15th place in Portuguese, on the 16th place in Italian, on the 19th place in Russian, on the 20th place in Polish, on the 23rd place in French, on the 54th place in Chinese, on the 82nd place in Arabic and on the 153rd place in Japanese Wikipedia.

6th place - Don Quixote

Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, in May 2020 the book was on the 1st place in Spanish, on the 6th place in Portuguese, on the 14th place in German, on the 15th place in French, on the 23rd place in Italian, on the 26th place in English, on the 31st place in Polish, on the 36th place in Arabic, on the 40th place in Russian, on the 50th place in Chinese and on the 89th place in Japanese Wikipedia.

7th place - Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare, in May 2020 the book was on the 5th place in Polish, on the 7th place in Spanish, Russian, on the 8th place in French, on the 9th place in German, Portuguese, on the 14th place in Italian, on the 23rd place in English, on the 35th place in Arabic, on the 73rd place in Chinese and on the 91st place in Japanese Wikipedia.

8th place - KonoSuba

KonoSuba - Japanese light novel series, in May 2020 the book was on the 4th place in Japanese, on the 6th place in Chinese, on the 27th place in English, on the 41st place in Spanish, on the 60th place in Portuguese, on the 63rd place in Russian, on the 109th place in French, on the 323rd place in German and on the 339th place in Italian Wikipedia.

9th place - The Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri, in May 2020 the book was on the 5th place in Spanish, on the 7th place in Italian, Portuguese, on the 8th place in Russian, on the 11th place in Polish, on the 13th place in German, on the 46th place in Arabic, on the 53rd place in English, on the 68th place in French, on the 85th place in Chinese and on the 103rd place in Japanese Wikipedia.

10th place - Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Japanese light novel series, in May 2020 the book was on the 8th place in Japanese, Chinese, on the 28th place in English, on the 49th place in Portuguese, on the 67th place in French, on the 68th place in Spanish, on the 130th place in Russian, on the 136th place in Arabic, on the 196th place in Italian, on the 202nd place in German and on the 242nd place in Polish Wikipedia.

The most popular books in Arabic Wikipedia

  1. Quran - central religious text of Islam
  2. Shams al-Ma'arif - شمس المعارف
  3. Sahih al-Bukhari - most famous collection of hadith in Sunni Islam
  4. One Thousand and One Nights - collection of west of asia stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age
  5. Men in the Sun - book by Ghassan Kanafani
  6. Al-Bidaya wa'l-Nihaya - World history book based on Islamic themes
  7. Mu'allaqat - seven long Arabic poems of pre-Islamic Arabia
  8. Muqaddimah - book by Ibn Khaldun
  9. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  10. The Old Man and the Sea - novel by Ernest Hemingway

The most popular books in Chinese Wikipedia

  1. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series
  2. Sword Art Online - Japanese light novel series
  3. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Japanese light novel series
  4. Hachinantte Sore wa Inai Deshō! - Japanese light novel series
  5. The Minds of Billy Milligan
  6. KonoSuba - Japanese light novel series
  7. Ghost Blows Out the Light
  8. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Japanese light novel series
  9. No Game No Life - Japanese light novel series
  10. SCP Foundation - online community web-based collaborative writing project

The most popular books in English Wikipedia

  1. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  2. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  3. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
  4. The Handmaid's Tale - dystopian science fiction novel
  5. Dune - 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert
  6. James Bond - series of fictional works about a British spy
  7. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series
  8. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - fantasy novel by J. K. Rowling
  9. I Know This Much Is True - book by Wally Lamb
  10. A Certain Magical Index - Japanese light novel series

The most popular books in French Wikipedia

  1. Les Misérables - 1862 Victor Hugo novel
  2. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  3. Animal Farm - novel by George Orwell
  4. Madame Bovary - 1856 novel by Flaubert
  5. Colonel Chabert - book by Honoré de Balzac
  6. Around the World in Eighty Days - novel by Jules Verne
  7. The Stranger - 1942 novel by Albert Camus
  8. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  9. The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus
  10. La Princesse de Clèves - 1678 novel usually attributed to Madame de La Fayette

The most popular books in German Wikipedia

  1. Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany - German constitution
  2. Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy - first part of the tragic play Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  3. The Age of the Fish - novel by Ödön von Horváth
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus
  6. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
  7. The Sorrows of Young Werther - autobiographical novel by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  8. Nibelungenlied - Middle High German epic poem from around 1200
  9. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  10. Naked Among Wolves - literary work

The most popular books in Italian Wikipedia

  1. The Betrothed - Italian historical novel by Alessandro Manzoni
  2. The Decameron - 14th-century medieval allegory by Giovanni Boccaccio
  3. Orlando Furioso - epic poem by Ludovico Ariosto
  4. If This Is a Man - novel by Primo Levi
  5. Cathedral of the Sea - novel by Ildefonso Falcones
  6. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  7. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  8. Zeno's Conscience - book by Italo Svevo
  9. Rosso Malpelo - work
  10. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity

The most popular books in Japanese Wikipedia

  1. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series
  2. Hachinantte Sore wa Inai Deshō! - Japanese light novel series
  3. I Want to Eat Your Pancreas - 2015 Japanese novel by Yoru Sumino
  4. KonoSuba - Japanese light novel series
  5. Sword Art Online - Japanese light novel series
  6. Ascendance of a Bookworm - Japanese light novel series
  7. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Japanese light novel series
  8. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Japanese light novel series
  9. Violet Evergarden - Japanese light novel series
  10. A Certain Magical Index - Japanese light novel series

The most popular books in Polish Wikipedia

  1. Pan Tadeusz - epic poem by Adam Mickiewicz
  2. The Doll - novel by Bolesław Prus
  3. Bogurodzica - musical composition
  4. Laments
  5. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  6. In Desert and Wilderness - book by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  7. The Peasants - novel by Polish author Władysław Reymont
  8. Latarnik (nowela)
  9. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  10. Kamienie na szaniec - book

The most popular books in Portuguese Wikipedia

  1. Os Maias - book by Eça de Queirós
  2. Baltasar and Blimunda - novel by José Saramago
  3. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. Anne of Green Gables - 1908 Canadian children's novel,first in a series
  6. Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  7. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  8. Revelation of John - Final book of the New Testament
  9. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  10. The Communist Manifesto - 1848 publication written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

The most popular books in Russian Wikipedia

  1. The Master and Margarita - novel by Mikhail Bulgakov
  2. The Witcher - series of fantasy novels and short stories by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski
  3. James Bond - series of fictional works about a British spy
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. War and Peace - 1869 novel by Russian author Leo Tolstoy
  6. The Little Prince - 1943 novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  7. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  8. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  9. Heart of a Dog - book by Mikhail Bulgakov
  10. Crime and Punishment - 1866 Russian-language novel by Dostoyevsky

The most popular books in Spanish Wikipedia

  1. Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  2. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  3. One Hundred Years of Solitude - novel by Gabriel García Márquez
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  6. Lazarillo - Spanish novella
  7. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  8. The Little Prince - 1943 novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  9. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
  10. On the Origin of Species - 1859 book by Charles Darwin
The most popular books in other months are available on https://wikirank.net/top/book

Briefly about the method

Wikipedia currently has over 53 million articles in over 300 languages. Despite the impressive number of articles, not all topics can be written in this free encyclopedia. At the same time, the community of each language version has the ability to decide which topic can be described in the encyclopedia, and which is not (for example, article must be notable). In addition, each language version can describe the same topic in its own way - it all depends on the number and experience of interested authors (Wikipedia users who edit articles).
Almost every Wikipedia article has an alignment to certain categories. Additionally, based on the content, you can specify the subject of the article - for example, using semantic relations on Wikidata or DBpedia. More details on the automatic classification process can be found in various scholarly papers (e.g. for articles or sources).
This article selected the most-developed language versions of Wikipedia with more than 1 million articles, including English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Polish and other. After the classification of articles, only those that are dedicated to individual books. As a result for English Wikipedia 56697 articles about books were found, for French - 24269 books, for Italian - 15924 books, for German - 13228 books, for Spanish - 11789 books, for Russian - 8169 books, for Portuguese - 7206 books, for Polish - 6936 books, for Arabic - 6781 books, for Japanese - 6102 books and for Chinese - 5123 books.
As mentioned earlier, every Wikipedia article can have different language versions, so we can find out different names of the same object (book). Using open data on Wikipedia article views we can find out how many times a given article has been viewed on specific days. After collecting data for viewing all Wikipedia articles on books in the appropriate language versions May 2020 ranking of the most readable was made. First, the positions of books in the ranking are shown, which were obtained by adding up the page views from different language versions for a given book. Later, the most popular books are shown for only one language version of Wikipedia.
Recently we observed that visitors number for some articles was “overclocked” in some periods of time. Therefore, we decide to provide additional modification of the pageview statistics for such cases and change this number (usually by reduction). Fairness of statistics for each article in selected language version in selected months can be assessed using such indicators as: number of the edits and authors, page protection, the rate of citation increasing of the article, popularity statistics of related keywords (phrases) in Google Trends and others.
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2020.05.14 16:14 wikirank The most popular books in April 2020 according to Wikipedia

Using pageview statistics from the most developed language versions of Wikipedia we created ranking of the most popular books in April 2020. The international top 10 books includes: Bible, 1984, My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!, Dune, Sword Art Online, Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu, KonoSuba, Don Quixote, The Plague and The Lord of the Rings.

Briefly about the methodology

Wikipedia currently has over 53 million articles in over 300 languages. Despite the impressive number of articles, not all topics can be written in this free encyclopedia. At the same time, the community of each language version has the ability to decide which topic can be described in the encyclopedia, and which is not (for example, article must be notable). In addition, each language version can describe the same topic in its own way - it all depends on the quantity and quality of the authors (Wikipedia users who edit articles).
Almost every Wikipedia article has an aligment to certain categories. Additionally, based on the content, you can specify the subject of the article - for this you can, for example, use semantic relations in Wikidata or DBpedia. More details on the automatic article classification process can be found in various scientific works (e.g. for articles or sources).
This article selected the most-developed language versions of Wikipedia with over 1 million articles, including English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Polish and other. After the classification of articles, only those that are dedicated to individual books. As a result for English Wikipedia 56591 articles about books were found, French - 24199 books, Italian - 15796 books, German - 13190 books, Spanish - 11783 books, Russian - 8126 books, Portuguese - 7189 books, Polish - 6925 books, Arabic - 6617 books, Japanese - 6099 books and Chinese - 5095 books.
As mentioned earlier, every Wikipedia article can have different language versions, so we can find out different names of the same object (book). Using open data on Wikipedia article views we can find out how many times a given article has been viewed on specific days. After collecting data for viewing all Wikipedia articles on books in the appropriate language versions April 2020 ranking of the most readable was made. First, the positions of books in the ranking are shown, which were obtained by adding up the page views from different language versions for a given book. Later, the most popular books are shown for only one language version of Wikipedia.
Recently we observed that visitors number for some articles was “overclocked” in some periods of time. Therefore, we decide to provide additional modification of the pageview statistics for such cases and change this number (usually by reduction). Fairness of statistics for each article in selected language version in selected months can be assessed using such indicators as: number of the edits and authors, page protection, the rate of citation increasing of the article, popularity statistics of related keywords (phrases) in Google Trends and others.

1st place - Bible

Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity, in April 2020 the book was on the 1st place in English, on the 2nd place in Spanish, on the 3rd place in Portuguese, on the 6th place in Polish, on the 9th place in Italian, on the 10th place in Arabic, German, on the 16th place in Russian, on the 18th place in French, on the 76th place in Chinese and on the 179th place in Japanese Wikipedia.

2nd place - 1984

1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell, in April 2020 the book was on the 2nd place in French, on the 3rd place in English, Spanish, on the 4th place in German, Portuguese, Russian, on the 5th place in Italian, on the 11th place in Polish, on the 27th place in Arabic, on the 30th place in Japanese and on the 31st place in Chinese Wikipedia.

3rd place - My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!

My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series, in April 2020 the book was on the 1st place in Japanese, Chinese, on the 22nd place in English, on the 66th place in Spanish, on the 567th place in French, on the 705th place in Polish and on the 821st place in German Wikipedia.

4th place - Dune

Dune - 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, in April 2020 the book was on the 2nd place in English, on the 6th place in Portuguese, on the 9th place in Russian, on the 17th place in Spanish, Polish, on the 24th place in French, on the 74th place in Italian, on the 272nd place in Japanese and on the 431st place in Arabic Wikipedia.

5th place - Sword Art Online

Sword Art Online - Japanese light novel series, in April 2020 the book was on the 4th place in Chinese, on the 5th place in Japanese, on the 12th place in French, Portuguese, on the 20th place in English, on the 23rd place in Spanish, on the 47th place in Italian, on the 52nd place in German, on the 67th place in Russian, on the 93rd place in Polish and on the 125th place in Arabic Wikipedia.

6th place - Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu

Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Japanese light novel series, in April 2020 the book was on the 3rd place in Japanese, on the 5th place in Chinese, on the 19th place in English, on the 21st place in Portuguese, on the 42nd place in Spanish, on the 61st place in French, on the 99th place in Russian, on the 121st place in Italian, on the 155th place in Arabic, on the 174th place in German and on the 258th place in Polish Wikipedia.

7th place - KonoSuba

KonoSuba - Japanese light novel series, in April 2020 the book was on the 6th place in Japanese, Chinese, on the 13th place in English, on the 21st place in Spanish, on the 32nd place in Portuguese, on the 36th place in Russian, on the 93rd place in French, on the 184th place in German and on the 205th place in Italian Wikipedia.

8th place - Don Quixote

Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, in April 2020 the book was on the 1st place in Spanish, on the 5th place in Portuguese, on the 10th place in French, on the 13th place in German, on the 18th place in English, on the 19th place in Italian, on the 34th place in Arabic, on the 41st place in Chinese, on the 50th place in Polish, on the 65th place in Russian and on the 108th place in Japanese Wikipedia.

9th place - The Plague

The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus, in April 2020 the book was on the 1st place in German, French, on the 9th place in Japanese, on the 10th place in Polish, on the 14th place in Italian, on the 19th place in Spanish, on the 29th place in English, on the 77th place in Russian, on the 89th place in Arabic, on the 97th place in Portuguese and on the 332nd place in Chinese Wikipedia.

10th place - The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien, in April 2020 the book was on the 7th place in English, Spanish, on the 9th place in German, on the 10th place in Italian, on the 13th place in Portuguese, on the 21st place in French, Polish, on the 26th place in Russian, on the 40th place in Chinese, on the 68th place in Arabic and on the 177th place in Japanese Wikipedia.

The most popular books in Arabic Wikipedia

  1. Men in the Sun - book by Ghassan Kanafani
  2. Quran - central religious text of Islam
  3. The Old Man and the Sea - novel by Ernest Hemingway
  4. Shams al-Ma'arif - شمس المعارف
  5. Sahih al-Bukhari - most famous collection of hadith in Sunni Islam
  6. One Thousand and One Nights - collection of west of asia stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age
  7. Al-Bidaya wa'l-Nihaya - World history book based on Islamic themes
  8. Mu'allaqat
  9. Muqaddimah - book by Ibn Khaldun
  10. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity

The most popular books in Chinese Wikipedia

  1. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series
  2. Hachinantte Sore wa Inai Deshō! - Japanese light novel series
  3. Ghost Blows Out the Light
  4. Sword Art Online - Japanese light novel series
  5. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Japanese light novel series
  6. KonoSuba - Japanese light novel series
  7. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Japanese light novel series
  8. BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense. - Japanese light novel series
  9. Infinite Dendrogram - Japanese light novel series
  10. My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected - Japanese light novel series

The most popular books in English Wikipedia

  1. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  2. Dune - 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert
  3. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  4. James Bond - media franchise about a British spy
  5. The Plot Against America - novel by Philip Roth
  6. The Last Ringbearer - book by Kirill Eskov
  7. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
  8. Little Women - novel by Louisa May Alcott
  9. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - fantasy novel by J. K. Rowling
  10. The Handmaid's Tale - dystopian science fiction novel

The most popular books in French Wikipedia

  1. The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus
  2. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  3. Animal Farm - novel by George Orwell
  4. The Stranger - 1942 novel by Albert Camus
  5. Les Misérables - 1862 Victor Hugo novel
  6. The Red and the Black - French novel by Stendhal
  7. La Princesse de Clèves - 1678 novel usually attributed to Madame de La Fayette
  8. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  9. In Search of Lost Time - novel in seven volumes by Marcel Proust
  10. Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

The most popular books in German Wikipedia

  1. The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus
  2. Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy - first part of the tragic play Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  3. Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany - German constitution
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. Gospel of Matthew - book of the New Testament
  6. The Kangaroo Chronicles
  7. The Decameron - 14th-century medieval allegory by Giovanni Boccaccio
  8. The Three Investigators - literary work
  9. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
  10. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity

The most popular books in Italian Wikipedia

  1. Storia di una gabbianella e del gatto che le insegnò a volare
  2. The Decameron - 14th-century medieval allegory by Giovanni Boccaccio
  3. The Betrothed - Italian historical novel by Alessandro Manzoni
  4. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  5. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  6. Zeno's Conscience - book by Italo Svevo
  7. Orlando Furioso - epic poem by Ludovico Ariosto
  8. The Late Mattia Pascal - 1904 novel by Luigi Pirandello
  9. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  10. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien

The most popular books in Japanese Wikipedia

  1. My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Japanese light novel series
  2. Hachinantte Sore wa Inai Deshō! - Japanese light novel series
  3. Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu - Japanese light novel series
  4. Les Misérables - 1862 Victor Hugo novel
  5. Sword Art Online - Japanese light novel series
  6. KonoSuba - Japanese light novel series
  7. That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Japanese light novel series
  8. Ascendance of a Bookworm - Japanese light novel series
  9. The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus
  10. My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected - Japanese light novel series

The most popular books in Polish Wikipedia

  1. Codex Gigas - manuscript compendium from the 13th century
  2. Pan Tadeusz - epic poem by Adam Mickiewicz
  3. Bogurodzica - musical composition
  4. The Doll - novel by Bolesław Prus
  5. The Witcher - series of fantasy novels and short stories by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski
  6. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  7. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  8. In Desert and Wilderness - book by Henryk Sienkiewicz
  9. Laments
  10. The Plague - French novel by Albert Camus

The most popular books in Portuguese Wikipedia

  1. Os Maias - book by Eça de Queirós
  2. Baltasar and Blimunda - novel by José Saramago
  3. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  6. Dune - 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert
  7. Anne of Green Gables - 1908 Canadian children's novel,first in a series
  8. Revelation of John - Final book of the New Testament
  9. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  10. Book of Genesis - the first book of the Holy Bible

The most popular books in Russian Wikipedia

  1. The Master and Margarita - novel by Mikhail Bulgakov
  2. James Bond - media franchise about a British spy
  3. War and Peace - 1869 novel by Russian author Leo Tolstoy
  4. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  5. The Witcher - series of fantasy novels and short stories by Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski
  6. Heart of a Dog - book by Mikhail Bulgakov
  7. Crime and Punishment - 1866 Russian-language novel by Dostoyevsky
  8. And Quiet Flows the Don - novel by Michail Sholokhov
  9. Dune - 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert
  10. Robinson Crusoe - novel by Daniel Defoe

The most popular books in Spanish Wikipedia

  1. Don Quixote - novel by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  2. Bible - collection of sacred books in Judaism and Christianity
  3. 1984 - dystopian novel written by George Orwell
  4. One Hundred Years of Solitude - novel by Gabriel García Márquez
  5. The Little Prince - Novella by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
  6. The Divine Comedy - epic poem by Dante Alighieri
  7. The Lord of the Rings - 1954–1955 fantasy novel by J. R. R. Tolkien
  8. Lazarillo - Spanish novella
  9. Romeo and Juliet - tragedy by William Shakespeare
  10. Revelation of John - Final book of the New Testament
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2020.05.12 22:07 InValensName 200 free smartphones handed out to Victoria homeless today

https://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/b-c-gives-thousands-of-smartphones-to-homeless-amid-pandemic-1.4935905
B.C. gives thousands of smartphones to homeless amid pandemic
VICTORIA -- The B.C. government is providing thousands of homeless and vulnerable people with pre-loaded smartphones amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In total, 3,500 smartphones will be distributed across B.C. by community organizations and the Social Planning and Research Council of B.C. (SPARC BC).
As of Tuesday, 1,000 of the cellphones had already been handed out, including 200 that were directed to homeless campers transitioning out of Victoria’s Topaz Park and Pandora Avenue, and from Vancouver’s Oppenheimer Park.
“For people who are experiencing homelessness, the closing of public spaces like libraries due to COVID-19 has reduced connectivity options and created barriers to supports and services,” said Shane Simpson, Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, in a statement Tuesday.
“Providing smartphones for people on the street will help create easier access to those services, help people maintain physical distancing, and support people in staying connected to family and friends during this time.”
Each of the 3,500 cellphones will be able to connect to Wi-Fi and come pre-loaded with a $10 7-Eleven data card.
In Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, many of the phones will be loaded with SIM cards that provide unlimited nationwide talk and text, and three gigabytes of data per month. The SIM cards were donated by Telus at a $0 monthly rate.
“These smartphones are lifelines and a long-term asset for people living in the Downtown Eastside and SROs [single room occupancy hotel units],” said Wendy Pedersen, coordinator of the Downtown Eastside SRO Collaborative in a statement.
“With the smartphones, we are also able to co-ordinate the drop-off of thousands of bars of soap, food and hygiene supplies to people and connect with people about COVID-19 symptoms and testing.”
Last week, the B.C. government extended its deadline to dismantle the homeless encampments at Victoria’s Topaz Park and Pandora Avenue.
All campers were expected to be moved into indoor sheltering by May 9. The deadline has since been extended to May 20.
As of May 8, roughly 250 homeless people remained at Topaz Park and along Pandora Avenue.
A full list of the communities that will be receiving some of the 3,500 smartphones can be found below:
100 Mile House Burns Lake Campbell River Chilliwack Coquitlam Cranbrook Fort St. James Gabriola Island Grand Forks Kamloops Kelowna Kispiox Maple Ridge Nelson Penticton and surrounding area Pitt Meadows Port Hardy Prince George Prince Rupert Revelstoke Salmon Arm Surrey Trail Ucluelet Vancouver Vanderhoof Vernon Victoria West Kelowna Williams Lake 
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  216. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016, Introductory: Mark Shellman & Sasha Vodnik
  217. Pharmacology for Nurses: A Pathophysiologic Approach, 5th Edition: Michael Patrick Adams & Norman Holland & Carol Urban
  218. The Structure of Argument, Eighth Edition: Annette Rottenberg & Donna Haisty Winchell
  219. Getting Noticed: A No-Nonsense Guide to Standing Out and Selling More for Momtrepreneurs Who 'Ain't Got Time for That': Lindsay Teague Moreno
  220. Contemporary Logistics, 11th Edition: Paul R. Murphy Jr. & Donald Michael Wood
  221. A Survey of Mathematics with Applications, 10th Edition: Allen R. Angel & Christine D. Abbott & Dennis C. Runde
  222. The Bedford Handbook, 10th Edition: Hacker. Diana & Nancy Sommers
  223. Motor Control: Translating Research into Clinical Practice, 5th Edition: Anne Shumway-Cook & Marjorie H. Woollacott
  224. New A-Level Physics: Essential Maths Skills: CGP Books
  225. Integrated Advertising, Promotion, and Marketing Communications, Global 7th Edition: Kenneth E. Clow & Donald E Baack
  226. Microeconomics: Principles and Policy, 13th Edition: William J. Baumol & Alan S. Blinder
  227. Child Development and Education (6th Edition): Teresa M. McDevitt & Jeanne Ellis Ormrod
  228. Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 5th Edition: Kermit Cecchettim Stephen; Schoenholtz
  229. The Last Dance: Encountering Death and Dying, 10th Edition: Despelder
  230. New Products Management, 11th Edition: Crawford
  231. Abnormal Psychology, 13th Edition: Ann M. Kring & Sheri L. Johnson & Gerald C. Davison & John M. Neale
  232. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Intermediate: Philip J. Pratt & Mary Z. Last
  233. Critical Issues in Clinical and Health Psychology: Poul Rohleder
  234. Gardner's Art through the Ages: The Western Perspective, Volume II: 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  235. Human Anatomy & Physiology: Erin C. Amerman
  236. Calculus, 2nd Edition: Bill L Briggs & Lyle Cochran & Bernard Gillett
  237. A History of Modern Psychology, 11th Edition: Duane P. Schultz & Sydney Ellen Schultz
  238. Congress Reconsidered, 11th Edition: Lawrence C. Dodd & Bruce I. Oppenheimer
  239. Theories of Personality, 8th edition: Jess Feist & Gregory Feist & Tomi-Ann Roberts
  240. American Government: Political Development and Institutional Change: 8th Edition: Cal Jillson
  241. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, 5th Edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
  242. Listen to This, 3rd Edition: Mark Evan bonds
  243. An Introduction to Genetic Analysis, 11th Edition: Anthony J. F. Griffiths & Susan R. Wessler & Sean B. Carroll & John Doebley
  244. Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 6th Edition: Paul D. Kimmel & Jerry J. Weygandt & Donald E. Kieso
  245. Gardner's Art through the Ages:The Western Perspective, Volume I: 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  246. Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data, 5th Edition: Michael Sullivan III
  247. Microbiology: An Introduction, Global 12th Edition: Gerard J. Tortora & Berdell R. Funke & Christine L. Case
  248. Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology 11th Edition: Ted R. Johnson & Christine L. Case
  249. Images, Ethics, Technology (Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies): Sharrona Pearl
  250. The Leisure Commons: A Spatial History of Web 2.0 (Routledge Studies in Science, Technology and Society): Payal Arora
  251. Resisting Work: The Corporatization of Life and Its Discontents: Peter Fleming
  252. Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities (MIT Press): Geoffrey Rockwell & Stéfan Sinclair
  253. Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement: Julia Lane Victoria Stodden Stefan Bender & Helen Nissenbaum & Julia Lane & Victoria Stodden & Stefan Bender
  254. Calculus for the Life Sciences, Global 2nd Edition: Raymond N. Greenwell & Nathan P. Ritchey & Margaret Lial
  255. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of the World: From the Beginnings of Humankind to the Present (Concise Edition) (Vol. Volume 2): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  256. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, 4th Edition: Stephen W. Goode & Scott A. Annin
  257. Career Fitness Program: Exercising Your Options, 11th Edition: Professor Emeritus Diane Sukiennik & Professor Emeritus Lisa Raufman
  258. Manual Therapy of the Extremities: Eric Shamus & Arie J. van Duijn
  259. Guide to Firewalls and VPNs, 3rd Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord & Andrew Green
  260. Health and Wellbeing in Childhood: Susanne Garvis & Donna Pendergast
  261. Marketing: An Introduction, 12th Edition: Gary Armstrong & Philip Kotler
  262. MANAGING INNOVATION: Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational Change, 4th Edition: Joe Tidd, John Bessant
  263. Microsoft Visual Basic Programs to Accompany Programming Logic and Design, 8th Edition: Jo Ann Smith
  264. Basics of Web Design: Pearson New International Edition: HTML5 & CSS3, 2nd Edition: Terry Felke-Morris
  265. Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases: Competitiveness and Globalization, 11th Edition: Michael A. Hitt & R. Duane Ireland & Robert E. Hoskisson
  266. Absolute C++, 6th Edition: Walter Savitch
  267. Earth's Climate: Past and Future, Third Edition: William F. Ruddiman
  268. Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction: Jonathan Lazar & Jinjuan Heidi Feng & Harry Hochheiser
  269. Financial Management: Theory & Practice, 15th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Michael C. Ehrhardt
  270. The Struggle for Europe: The Turbulent History of a Divided Continent 1945 to the Present: William I. Hitchcock
  271. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation, Global 6th Edition: Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl
  272. Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Brief Fourth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  273. Intercultural Communication: A Contextual Approach, 6th Edition: James W. Neuliep
  274. Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology, 2nd Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  275. Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology (SAGE Foundations of Psychology series), 2nd Edition: Alex Haslam & Craig McGarty
  276. DK Communication: Lisa A. Ford-Brown & DK Dorling Kindersley
  277. SEO 2017: Learn search engine optimization with smart internet marketing strategies: Adam Clarke
  278. International Organizations: Politics, Law, Practice, 2nd Edition: Ian Hurd
  279. IT Consulting Essentials: A Professional Handbook: Dave Faulise
  280. Student Solutions Manual, Chapters 1-11 for Stewart’s Single Variable Calculus, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  281. Give Me Liberty! An American History, Seagull 5E Vol 2: Eric Foner
  282. Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach, 3rd Edition: Ian Palmer
  283. Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja N. Hoehn
  284. The Essential World History, Volume I: To 1800, 7th edition: William J. Duiker & Jackson J. Spielvogel
  285. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Volume 2, 3rd Edition: Robert W. Strayer & Eric W. Nelson
  286. Budgeting and Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations: Using Money to Drive Mission Success: Lynne A. Weikart & Greg G. Chen & Edward M. Sermier
  287. The Cosmic Perspective, 8th Edition: Jeffrey O. Bennett & Megan O. Donahue & Nicholas Schneider & Mark Voit
  288. Innovation Management and New Product Development, 6th Edition: Paul Trott
  289. Total Fitness & Wellness, The MasteringHealth Edition, 7th Edition: Scott K. Powers & Stephen L. Dodd
  290. Stratégique (French 10th Edition): Gerry Johnson & Richard Whittington & Kevan Scholes & Duncan Angwin & Patrick Regnér & Frédéric Fréry
  291. Management: L'essentiel des concepts et pratiques (French Edition), 9th Edition: Stephen Robbins & David DeCenzo & Mary Coulter & Charles-Clemens Rüling
  292. Health Promotion Strategies and Methods 3rd Edition: Garry Egger, Ross Spark, Rob Donovan
  293. A Short Guide to Writing about Biology, 9th Edition: Jan A. Pechenik
  294. SCHAUM'S outlines College Chemistry, 10th Edition: Jerome L. Rosenberg, PhD, Lawrence M. Epstein, PhD & Peter J. Krieger, EdD
  295. Employment Law for Human Resource Practice, 5th Edition: David J. Walsh
  296. Managerial Accounting , 13th Edition: Carl S. Warren & James M. Reeve & Jonathan Duchac
  297. Fuentes: Conversacion y gramática (World Languages), 5th Edition: Debbie Rusch & Marcela Dominguez & Lucia Caycedo Garner
  298. European Energy Law and Policy: Heiko Krüger
  299. A History of Evil in Popular Culture: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King, and Vampires Reveal About America [2 volumes]: What Hannibal Lecter, Stephen King, and Vampires Reveal about America: Sharon Packer & Jody Pennington
  300. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 7th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso
  301. Valuation Workbook: Step-by-Step Exercises and Tests to Help You Master Valuation + WS (Wiley Finance), 6th Edition: Tim Koller & Marc Goedhart & David Wessels & Michael Cichello
  302. Inbound Marketing, Revised and Updated: Attract, Engage, and Delight Customers Online, 2nd Edition: Brian Halligan & Dharmesh Shah
  303. The Hacker Playbook 2: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing: Peter Kim
  304. The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing: Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing Made Easy (Syngress Basics Series): Patrick Engebretson
  305. Hacking: The Art of Exploitation, 2nd Edition: Jon Erickson
  306. Ebersole & Hess' Toward Healthy Aging: Human Needs and Nursing Response, 9th Edition: Theris A. Touhy & Kathleen F Jett
  307. Work Motivation in Organizational Behavior, Second Edition: Craig C. Pinder
  308. Practical Packet Analysis, 2nd Edition: Chris Sanders
  309. Global Business Management Foundations, 2nd Edition: Leslie P Willcocks
  310. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive, Loose-Leaf Version: June Jamrich Parsons & Dan Oja & Patrick Carey & Carol Desjardins
  311. Introductory Statistics, Global 10th Edition: Neil A. Weiss
  312. Practical Genetic Counseling for the Laboratory: Mckinsey L. Goodenberger & Brittany C. Thomas & Teresa Kruisselbrink
  313. Exploring Microsoft Office Access 2016 Comprehensive (Exploring for Office 2016 Series): Mary Anne Poatsy & Eric Cameron & Robert Grauer
  314. Critical Discourse Studies and Technology: A Multimodal Approach to Analysing Technoculture (Bloomsbury Advances in Critical Discourse Studies): Ian Roderick
  315. Introductory Digital Image Processing: A Remote Sensing Perspective (Pearson Series in Geographic Information Science), 4th Edition: John R. Jensen
  316. MCSA Guide to Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Exam 70-462) (Networking (Course Technology)): Faisal Akkawi & Kayed Akkawi & Gabriel J. Schofield
  317. Leadership: Theory, Application, & Skill Development, 6th Edition: Robert N. Lussier & Christopher F. Achua
  318. Technical Calculus with Analytic Geometry, 5th Edition: Peter Kuhfittig
  319. Handbook of Technical Writing, 11th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw & Walter E. Oliu
  320. Introduction to Information Systems: Supporting and Transforming Business, 5th Edition: R. Kelly Rainer Jr., Brad Prince, Casey Cegielski, Alina M. Chircu, Marco Marabelli
  321. Film Art: An Introduction, 11th Edition: David Bordwell
  322. Statistics, 13th Edition: James T. McClave & Terry T Sincich
  323. Statistics with Stata: Updated for Version 12: Lawrence C. Hamilton
  324. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Psychology: Clarke, Victoria
  325. How Children Develop, Fourth Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler & Judy S. DeLoache & Nancy Eisenberg
  326. Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, 8th Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  327. Health, Happiness, and Well-Being: Better Living Through Psychological Science: Steven J Lynn
  328. Meeting Special Educational Needs in Primary Classrooms: Inclusion and how to do it, 2nd Edition: Sue Briggs
  329. Technology and Society: Jan L. Harrington
  330. Complete Guide to Fitness & Health: ACSM
  331. Nutrition for Health and Healthcare, 5th Edition.: Ellie Whitney
  332. Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History (Fifth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  333. Principles of Behavior: 7th Edition: Malott, Richard,Shane, Joseph T.
  334. Empowerment Series: Social Work and Social Welfare, 8th Edition: Rosalie Ambrosino & Joseph Heffernan & Guy Shuttlesworth & Robert Ambrosino
  335. A Pathway to Introductory Statistics (Pathways Model for Math): Jay Lehmann
  336. Developing and Administering a Child Care and Education Program, 9th Edition: Dorothy June Sciarra & Ellen Lynch & Shauna Adams & Anne G. Dorsey
  337. Principles and Practice of Sport Management, 5th Edition: Lisa P. Masteralexis & Carol A. Barr & Mary Hums
  338. Interpersonal Communication Book, 14th Edition: Joseph A. DeVito
  339. Business and Professional Communication: KEYS for Workplace Excellence, 3rd Edition: Kelly M. Quintanilla & Shawn T. Wahl
  340. Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics, Concise Edition (Explore Our New Philosophy 1st Editions): Ronald Munson
  341. Applied Time Series Analysis with R, 2nd Edition: Wayne A. Woodward & Henry L. Gray & Alan C. Elliott
  342. Mass Media and American Politics, 9th Edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna L. (Louise) Dunaway
  343. Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-Centered Collaborative Care, 8th Edition: Donna D. Ignatavicius & M. Linda Workman
  344. World Prehistory, 9th Edition: Brian M. Fagan,Nadia Durrani
  345. Action (Central Problems of Philosophy): Rowland Stout
  346. The Basic Political Writings (Second Edition): Jean-Jacques Rousseau & Donald A. Cress & David Wootton
  347. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences, Global 13th Edition: Raymond A. Barnett & Michael R. Ziegler & Karl E. Byleen
  348. Archaeology: A Brief Introduction, 12th Edition: Brian M. Fagan & Nadia Durrani
  349. A Short Course in Photography: Digital, 3rd Edition: Barbara London & Jim Stone
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  17. Spanish B for the IB Diploma Student's Book (IBS): Sebastian Bianchi & Mike Thacker
  18. Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python, Global Edition: Mark J. Guzdial & Barbara Ericson
  19. Business English, 12th Edition: Mary Ellen Guffey & Carolyn M. Seefer
  20. Strategic Management: A Competitive Advantage Approach, Concepts and Cases, Global 16th Edition: Fred R. David & Forest R. David
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  22. Understanding and Negotiating EPC Contracts, Volume 1: The Project Sponsor's Perspective: Howard M. Steinberg
  23. IB Economics: Study Guide (International Baccalaureate), 2nd Edition: Constantine Ziogas
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  25. Derivatives: A Guide to Alternative Investments: David M. Weiss
  26. GPU Programming in MATLAB, 1st Edition: Nikolaos Ploskas & Nikolaos Samaras
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  32. IB Physics Study Guide 2014 (Ib Diploma Program), 2014 edition: Tim Kirk
  33. IB Physics Course Book 2014 (International Baccalaureate), 2014 edition: Michael Bowen-Jones & David Homer
  34. Physics for the IB Diploma Second Edition (-), 2nd Edition: John Allum
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  36. Cracking the AP Calculus BC Exam, 2017 Edition: Proven Techniques to Help You Score a 5 (College Test Preparation): Princeton Review
  37. The Essential World History, Volume I: To 1800, 8th Edition: William J. Duiker & Jackson J. Spielvogel
  38. The Medical School Admissions Guide: A Harvard MD's Week-by-Week Admissions Handbook, 2nd Edition: Suzanne M. Miller
  39. Business Communication Essentials, Global 7th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill
  40. A Pocket Guide to Public Speaking, 5th Edition: Dan O'Hair & Hannah Rubenstein & Rob Stewart
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  42. Economics (McGraw-Hill Series in Economics), 20th Edition: McConnell
  43. Manager's Guide to Excellence in Public Relations and Communication Management (Routledge Communication Series): David M. Dozier & Larissa A. Grunig & James E. Grunig
  44. Organic Chemistry, 6th Edition: Marc Loudon & Jim Parise
  45. Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  46. Social Psychology (MindTap for Psychology), 10th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
  47. Python Playground: Geeky Projects for the Curious Programmer: Mahesh Venkitachalam
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  51. Trigonometry, 11th Edition: Margaret L. Lial & John Hornsby
  52. Discovering the Essential Universe, 6th Edition: Neil F. Comins
  53. Small Business Management: Launching & Growing Entrepreneurial Ventures, 18th Edition: Justin G. Longenecker & J. William Petty & Leslie E. Palich & Frank Hoy
  54. Principles of Econometrics, 4th Edition: R. Carter Hill & William E. Griffiths & Guay C. Lim
  55. Games, Strategies, and Decision Making, Second Edition: Joseph E. Harrington
  56. Community Policing, 7th Edition: Partnerships for Problem Solving: Linda S. Miller & Kären M. Hess & Christine M.H. Orthmann
  57. Police Administration: Structures, Processes, and Behavior, 8th Edition: Charles R. Swanson & Leonard J. Territo & Robert E. Taylor
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  59. Understanding Movies, 13th Edition: Giannetti, Louis D
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  61. Separation of Powers in Practice: Tom Campbell
  62. Television Criticism, 3rd Edition: Victoria J. O'Donnell
  63. Research Methods in Practice: Strategies for Description and Causation, 2nd Edition: Dahlia K. Remler & Gregg G. Van Ryzin
  64. An R Companion to Applied Regression, 2nd Edition: John Fox Jr. & Harvey Sanford Weisberg
  65. Fundamentals of Biostatistics, 8th Edition: Bernard Rosner
  66. Biochemistry: A Short Course, 3rd Edition: John L. Tymoczko & Jeremy M. Berg & Lubert Stryer
  67. Principles of Marketing, Global 17th Edition: Philip Kotler & Gary Armstrong
  68. Management, 11th Edition: Ricky Griffin
  69. Tools for Business Decision Making, 8th Edition: P. Kimmel, J. Weygandt, and D. Kieso
  70. Access to Health, 14th Edition: Rebecca J. Donatelle & Patricia Ketcham
  71. Macroeconomics: Principles and Policy, 13th Edition: William J. Baumol & Alan S. Blinder
  72. Essentials of Genetics (8th Edition): William S. Klug & Michael R. Cummings & Charlotte A. Spencer & Michael A. Palladino
  73. Nutrition & You, 14th Edition: Joan Salge Blake
  74. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Access 2016: Intermediate: Mark Shellman & Sasha Vodnik
  75. Excellence in Business Communication, Global 12th Edition: John V. Thill & Courtland L. Bovee
  76. Krugman’s Economics for AP®, 2nd Edition: Margaret Ray & David Anderson & Paul Krugman & Robin Wells
  77. Fundamentals of Physics Extended, 10th Edition: David Halliday
  78. Statistics: Unlocking the Power of Data, First Edition: Robin H. Lock
  79. Experiencing the Lifespan, 4th Edition: Janet Belsky
  80. Georgia Politics in a State of Change, 2nd Edition: Charles S. Bullock & Ronald Keith Gaddie
  81. Experience Sociology, 2nd Edition: David Crouteau
  82. Foundations of Marketing, 7th Edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  83. Gardner's Art through the Ages, 4th Edition: A Concise Global History: Fred S. Kleiner
  84. Psychology in Action, 11th Edition: Karen Huffman & Katherine Dowdell
  85. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, 3rd Edition: Stephen W. Goode & Scott A. Annin
  86. Organic Chemistry, Global 9th Edition: Leroy G. Wade & Jan W. Simek
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  89. Budgets and Financial Management in Higher Education:Margaret J. Barr & George S. McClellan
  90. The Children of Eve: Population and Well-being in History: Louis P. Cain & Donald G. Paterson
  91. PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS, 6th Edition: ROBERT H. FRANK, BEN S. BERNANKE, KATE ANTONOVICS, ORI HEFFETZ , PER J. NORANDER
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  93. The Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences, 3rd Edition: Brigitte Baldi & David S. Moore
  94. International Trade, 3rd Edition: Robert C. Feenstra & Alan M. Taylor
  95. The Human Record: Sources of Global History, Volume I: To 1500, 7th Edition: Alfred J. Andrea & James H. Overfield
  96. Guide to Presentations, 4th Edition: Lynn Russell & Mary M. Munter
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  98. Corporate Finance, 4th Edition: Core Principles and Applications (McGraw-Hill/Irwin Series in Finance, Insurance, and Real Est): Ross
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  101. Stats: Data and Models, Global 4 Edition: Richard D. De Veaux & Paul Velleman & David E. Bock
  102. Law Express: International Law, 2nd Edition: Stephen Allen
  103. Principles of International Economic Law, 2nd Edition: Matthias Herdegen
  104. M&F (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), Student Edition 3: David Knox
  105. International Trade: Theory and Policy, 10th Global Edition: Paul Krugman & Maurice Obstfeld & Marc Melitz
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  110. Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise 9th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Joel F. Houston
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  120. Exploring Economics, 7th Edition: Robert L. Sexton
  121. Maternal-Child Nursing, 4th Edition: Emily Slone McKinney & Susan R. James & Sharon Smith Murray & Kristine Nelson & Jean Ashwill
  122. Foundations of Financial Management, 16th Edition: Stanley Block
  123. Understanding Art, 11th Edition: Lois Fichner-Rathus
  124. College Algebra with Modeling & Visualization, 5th Edition: Gary K. Rockswold
  125. Landmarks in Humanities, 4th Edition: Gloria Fiero
  126. The World of Music, 7th Edition: David Willoughby
  127. Managerial Decision Modeling with Spreadsheets: Pearson New 3rd International Edition: Nagraj Balakrishnan & Barry M. Render & Ralph M. Stair
  128. America on Film: Representing Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality at the Movies, 2nd Edition: Harry M. Benshoff & Sean Griffin
  129. The Business Writer’s Handbook (Business Writer's Handbook), 11th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw & Walter E. Oliu
  130. Behavior Modification in Applied Settings, 7th Edition: Alan E. Kazdin
  131. Calculus: Early Transcendentals: Michael Sullivan
  132. Operations Management: Sustainability and Supply Chain Management, 12th Edition: Jay Heizer & Barry Render & Chuck Munson
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  137. Sociology, 15th Edition: John J. Macionis
  138. Microeconomics, 7th Edition: Perloff
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  233. Critical Issues in Clinical and Health Psychology: Poul Rohleder
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  240. American Government: Political Development and Institutional Change: 8th Edition: Cal Jillson
  241. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, 5th Edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
  242. Listen to This, 3rd Edition: Mark Evan bonds
  243. An Introduction to Genetic Analysis, 11th Edition: Anthony J. F. Griffiths & Susan R. Wessler & Sean B. Carroll & John Doebley
  244. Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 6th Edition: Paul D. Kimmel & Jerry J. Weygandt & Donald E. Kieso
  245. Gardner's Art through the Ages:The Western Perspective, Volume I: 15th Edition: Fred S. Kleiner
  246. Statistics: Informed Decisions Using Data, 5th Edition: Michael Sullivan III
  247. Microbiology: An Introduction, Global 12th Edition: Gerard J. Tortora & Berdell R. Funke & Christine L. Case
  248. Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology 11th Edition: Ted R. Johnson & Christine L. Case
  249. Images, Ethics, Technology (Shaping Inquiry in Culture, Communication and Media Studies): Sharrona Pearl
  250. The Leisure Commons: A Spatial History of Web 2.0 (Routledge Studies in Science, Technology and Society): Payal Arora
  251. Resisting Work: The Corporatization of Life and Its Discontents: Peter Fleming
  252. Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities (MIT Press): Geoffrey Rockwell & Stéfan Sinclair
  253. Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement: Julia Lane Victoria Stodden Stefan Bender & Helen Nissenbaum & Julia Lane & Victoria Stodden & Stefan Bender
  254. Calculus for the Life Sciences, Global 2nd Edition: Raymond N. Greenwell & Nathan P. Ritchey & Margaret Lial
  255. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of the World: From the Beginnings of Humankind to the Present (Concise Edition) (Vol. Volume 2): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  256. Differential Equations and Linear Algebra, 4th Edition: Stephen W. Goode & Scott A. Annin
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  258. Manual Therapy of the Extremities: Eric Shamus & Arie J. van Duijn
  259. Guide to Firewalls and VPNs, 3rd Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord & Andrew Green
  260. Health and Wellbeing in Childhood: Susanne Garvis & Donna Pendergast
  261. Marketing: An Introduction, 12th Edition: Gary Armstrong & Philip Kotler
  262. MANAGING INNOVATION: Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational Change, 4th Edition: Joe Tidd, John Bessant
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  264. Basics of Web Design: Pearson New International Edition: HTML5 & CSS3, 2nd Edition: Terry Felke-Morris
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  266. Absolute C++, 6th Edition: Walter Savitch
  267. Earth's Climate: Past and Future, Third Edition: William F. Ruddiman
  268. Research Methods in Human-Computer Interaction: Jonathan Lazar & Jinjuan Heidi Feng & Harry Hochheiser
  269. Financial Management: Theory & Practice, 15th Edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Michael C. Ehrhardt
  270. The Struggle for Europe: The Turbulent History of a Divided Continent 1945 to the Present: William I. Hitchcock
  271. Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning, and Operation, Global 6th Edition: Sunil Chopra & Peter Meindl
  272. Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Brief Fourth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
  273. Intercultural Communication: A Contextual Approach, 6th Edition: James W. Neuliep
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  275. Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology (SAGE Foundations of Psychology series), 2nd Edition: Alex Haslam & Craig McGarty
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  280. Student Solutions Manual, Chapters 1-11 for Stewart’s Single Variable Calculus, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  281. Give Me Liberty! An American History, Seagull 5E Vol 2: Eric Foner
  282. Managing Organizational Change: A Multiple Perspectives Approach, 3rd Edition: Ian Palmer
  283. Human Anatomy & Physiology, Global Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja N. Hoehn
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  319. Handbook of Technical Writing, 11th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw & Walter E. Oliu
  320. Introduction to Information Systems: Supporting and Transforming Business, 5th Edition: R. Kelly Rainer Jr., Brad Prince, Casey Cegielski, Alina M. Chircu, Marco Marabelli
  321. Film Art: An Introduction, 11th Edition: David Bordwell
  322. Statistics, 13th Edition: James T. McClave & Terry T Sincich
  323. Statistics with Stata: Updated for Version 12: Lawrence C. Hamilton
  324. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Psychology: Clarke, Victoria
  325. How Children Develop, Fourth Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler & Judy S. DeLoache & Nancy Eisenberg
  326. Fundamentals of Abnormal Psychology, 8th Edition: Ronald J. Comer
  327. Health, Happiness, and Well-Being: Better Living Through Psychological Science: Steven J Lynn
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  332. Voices of Freedom: A Documentary History (Fifth Edition) (Vol. 2): Eric Foner
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  338. Interpersonal Communication Book, 14th Edition: Joseph A. DeVito
  339. Business and Professional Communication: KEYS for Workplace Excellence, 3rd Edition: Kelly M. Quintanilla & Shawn T. Wahl
  340. Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics, Concise Edition (Explore Our New Philosophy 1st Editions): Ronald Munson
  341. Applied Time Series Analysis with R, 2nd Edition: Wayne A. Woodward & Henry L. Gray & Alan C. Elliott
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  343. Medical-Surgical Nursing: Patient-Centered Collaborative Care, 8th Edition: Donna D. Ignatavicius & M. Linda Workman
  344. World Prehistory, 9th Edition: Brian M. Fagan,Nadia Durrani
  345. Action (Central Problems of Philosophy): Rowland Stout
  346. The Basic Political Writings (Second Edition): Jean-Jacques Rousseau & Donald A. Cress & David Wootton
  347. College Mathematics for Business, Economics, Life Sciences and Social Sciences, Global 13th Edition: Raymond A. Barnett & Michael R. Ziegler & Karl E. Byleen
  348. Archaeology: A Brief Introduction, 12th Edition: Brian M. Fagan & Nadia Durrani
  349. A Short Course in Photography: Digital, 3rd Edition: Barbara London & Jim Stone
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2019.12.01 07:46 akurjata The Moving To/Visiting/Wondering About/Best Of Prince George Mega-Thread

The Moving To/Visiting/Wondering About/Best Of Prince George Mega-Thread
The most frequently asked question in this subreddit is some variation of “I’m thinking of moving to Prince George, what is it like/which neighbourhood should I choose/is there anything to do?”
In an effort to cut down on these posts AND provide a helpful bunch of information, I’m starting this thread for tips/tricks/recommendations/warnings.
Here’s the idea: I’m going to put a few links below, as well as some topics that might be useful but I don’t personally have the answers to (such as resources for finding a place to rent).
I’m also going to start a few threads for top-level topics, such as neighbourhoods and best ofs, and people can post their responses there.
You can add your own answers/advice as top-level comments. Please try and search before commenting in order to avoid duplicates, and to make things are easy to search and organize.

About Prince George

Canada Games Plaza
The greater Prince George area has a population of about 86,600 people but, as the largest community for hundreds of kilometers in all directions, it tends to punch above its weight in many respects because you aren't driving into a nearby metro area for an evening's entertainment. It is a government, service and healthcare hub, home to a college and university, and has a diversified enough economy that it isn't wholly dependent on any one or two industries, though forestry remains a vital driver along with mining, oil and gas and energy activity in other northern communities. It is at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers and has many outdoor recreation opportunities.
Prince George is built on the unceded territory of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation, who are frequently partners with the city on major initiatives, including the building of the University of Northern British Columbia and hosting of the 2015 Canada Winter Games.
Learn more on the Prince George, British Columbia Wikipedia page, the city's official website and Statistics Canada.

Moving to Prince George

Downtown Prince George/City of Prince George
Move Up Prince George is an official city resource aimed at helping people considering the move to Prince George. Some of its resources include:
Utilities

Existing Moving To/Rental Threads:

Education

Healthcare:

Things to Do

Pidherny Bike Trails/Tourism PG
Tourism Prince George is pretty comprehensive. It is organized as follows:
Restaurants
There’s a fairly robust restaurant scene. A couple of good resources:
Events

Transportation

Like most mid-sized Canadian communities that boomed in the mid-20th century, Prince George is a fairly car-centric city. But with the arrival of more and more post-secondary students, people are able to get around without their own wheels. Here is a previous discussion about cars and transit in the city.
Getting Around
u/InfiNorth's Transit Map of Northern B.C.
There are two taxi companies: Prince George Taxi and Emerald Taxi. Both have online booking and apps
Getting To/From

Community Groups

Mr. PG is a lumberjack and an ally
Sports and Recreation:
LGBTQ+:
Religious:
Indigenous:
Cultural Associations:

Local Government


This is actually our coat of arms

Media & News

Air Quality

Back in the day, Prince George was a much more mill-based city than it is now, but the reputation of a certain odour… lingers. You can still smell the industrial activity in certain parts of town and under certain circumstances, but there have been dramatic improvements in industry standards in recent decades. If you’d like to learn more you can read up at the Prince George Air Quality Improvement Roundtable or jump to the official thread discussing it.

Other online communities:

There are plenty of Prince George-centric Facebook groups. Some of the most popular include:
In order to differentiate from the young royal on Twitter and Instagram, common hashtags are:

Other helpful links stolen from Vancouver):

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2019.05.10 20:40 3dsf Fort George Canyon Provincial Park

Fort George Canyon Provincial Park

The trees have grown now, but you'll get down to the river close to here. Notice the paddle wheeler steam in top right corner.
I went out and revisited this trail this week; saw a little black bear just before the parking lot, 2 moose, 1 deer, and two types of toads.
There is a picnic table, an outhouse, and a fire ring (Current Fire Ban Status) at the parking lot. Good trail, boarded walkway for wet areas, an little bit steep at the very end when accessing the river. I didn't time it and took some diversions, but maybe plan 3-4 hours.
Take a picnic, enjoy the riverside : ) Lots of flat areas and sand to sit on.
Directions:
Google Maps Directions to Fort George Canyon Provincial Park
Local Directions
  • Drive Past West Lake Provincial Park
  • About 2.5 km after the pavement ends, there will be sign indicating where to turn left.
  • Drive another couple clicks (3.5) down that road until the parking lot
Links:

edit: updated directions
Went again on May 21, the river is much higher. Saw no animals : (, but it was a good hike. Searched for the old homestead which I think is to the South of the river access. There is an old road that cuts off the trail, but it is quite overgrown and easy to lose; the river game trail was much easier to traverse, and watch out for what I presume is a bear den (Right on the game trail.).
After searching on google maps, I can not see any evidence of an old homestead on the West side of the river; thought I wonder about the old road.
This is why I was searching for old buildings
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2018.11.25 11:23 removalbot 11-25 10:23 - '[quote] / It only took you days and what, 5 replies(?), to admit that. Meanwhile you're so quick to jump the gun and accuse Trump about being morally corrupt. / [quote] You're a social justice warrior whining about t...' by /u/MyToasterBrokeHelp removed from /r/worldnews within 0-5min

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I do think Obama was a moral coward when it came to several things. I hated the NSA, I think he got away with that when a conservative wouldn't have, and I think his drone strikes that killed American citizens would have caused moral outrage had they been ordered by a conservative.
It only took you days and what, 5 replies(?), to admit that. Meanwhile you're so quick to jump the gun and accuse Trump about being morally corrupt.
You straw man by constantly creating fake scenarios that are unfounded, and then argue against them as if they are my position. That's literally the definition.
You're a social justice warrior whining about the death of a single journalist, I know exactly where you stand on many political issues. I'm sure you think you're unique, but there are millions of informed morons like you that think it's worth spiraling the US economy over the death of one journalist.
And you keep bringing up Obama. It's seriously weird, and shows some kind of weird fetish you have for deflecting attention away from the guy who is currently in power, and onto the the dude you hate-jackoff too while listening to Alex Jones in the background.
I'm not a Trump supporter, I did not vote for him. So you can continue acting like I'm some deranged Trump supporter who will unequivocally support him. On another note, remember that time you claimed I made up scenarios but here you claim I listen to Alex Jones. Ahh, good times.
And no, I would never be so insulting towards little children and compare their level of understanding to yours. Your persistent arguing, emphasized by saying "one journalist is not worth throwing the US economy into a spin" shows you exercise the same logic that most know-nothing Trump-lovers spew out on a daily basis.
Again you need to take your perspective out of the social justice warrior mindset and grow a pair of balls. You understand that this "logic" of know nothing Trump supporters isn't logic limited to Trump supporters. Every President since Reagan has been soft on the Saudis despite Saudi Arabia committing heinous human rights violations. You seem to be ignoring this for some reason. I guess because your moronic logic does not hold up in reality. Do you really think you know more about foreign affairs than the past 5 administrations?
Orders on that scale don’t exist. There is no data behind the $450 billion, and the $110 billion is a blend of smaller deals in progress, old offers that have not come through, and speculative discussions that have yet to move forward." [link]1
Okay? Saudi Arabia controls the US energy sector. [link]2
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The Saudis can literally weaponize the oil market to cause economic downturn to the US. These are facts.
So in the end, when we sort through all your bullshit, you are taking a stand with our coward President, defending his lies based off of no reason, no logic, and no evidence—and you value defending his lies enough to support his coddling of a spoiled Saudi Prince who has enraged the world so much that many Western countries are beginning to take action.
Again, my logic is based on facts when yours is based off emotional hyperbole. I am taking a stand with the Reagan administration, the first George Bush administration, the Clinton administration, the second George Bush administration, the Obama administration, and now the Trump administration. You and your fellow derganged leftists are sitting in a corner by yourselves.
Saudi Prince who has enraged the world so much that many Western countries are beginning to take action.
LMFAOOOO. You're a fucking dumb ass that literally gets your news from Reddit headlines. Not a single country has taken any significant action against the Saudis, contrary to what Reddit has fed you. No, Germany stopping arms sales to Saudi Arabia is not detrimental to their economy and does nothing.
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2018.06.17 06:19 HitlerFallacyBot Hitler Hunt for 6/16/2018

I found 177 Hitlers in Politics today.

More Americans side with Justin Trudeau than Donald Trump in trade spat: Ipsos poll
In the end, all the Trump-Kim summit did was legitimize a notorious dictator
Beto O' Rourke planning march to Tornillo, TX Immigrant Tent Camp on Sunday
Jeff Sessions' church slams his use of the Bible to defend separating migrant families
Lemon to analyst: You're lying to my face
Lying coward Trump: Administration separates children from their parents at the border, and he won't even own up to his cruelty
Trump redoubles claim Democrats to blame after outrage as children forcibly removed from parents at border
Rep. O'Rourke: Family separation 'inumane,' 'un-American'
Trump continues to falsely claim there's a law on family separation, blames Democrats
Separating kids from parents at the border mirrors a 'textbook strategy' of domestic abuse, experts say — and causes irreversible, lifelong damage
Trump-Nazi parallel is, sadly, all too real
The far right is organised and growing. Those Nazi salutes are serious
"Appalling. Inhumane. It Needs to Stop." Trump Policy Has Ripped 2,000 Kids—47 Per Day—From Parents in Just Six Weeks
'Mind-Blowing': Military Contractors Making Tens of Millions Helping Trump Tear Families Apart
Trump Thinks Thousands of Detained, Traumatized Immigrant Kids Are a Great Bargaining Chip
Tensions escalate between Sanders and reporters
Trump Adviser Stephen Miller Pushed for Border Separation Policy
Former CIA Chief Compares Trump's Border Policies to Nazi Germany
‘America is better than this’: What a doctor saw in a Texas shelter for migrant children
The GOP’s Neo-Nazi Problem
Ted Cruz again defends family separation, as Beto O'Rourke plans vigil at Tornillo tent camp
‘Art of the Deal’ co-writer says Trump has personality disorder
Ingraham defends migrant kid camps: ‘Criminals are separated from their children all the time’

Das ist schlecht! I've reached my limit! Some links may be missing from this post.

Sieg Heil! I mean... Beep Boop, I am a robot.
My purpose is to find and link comments in Politics that contain the word 'Hitler'
Since my birth, I have found a total of 11651 Hitlers in Politics. On average, I found 70 Hitlers per day.
Today, I read 31730 comments. In total, I have read 6844846 comments.
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2017.11.06 22:40 autotldr Indigenous youth who use drugs in B.C. dying at an alarming rate, study finds - Canada

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 79%. (I'm a bot)
Indigenous youth who use drugs in B.C. are 13 times more likely to die than Canadians in the same age group.
That's according to a new study, which singled out young women and those involved with injection drug use to be at the highest risk.
The study, published on Monday, comes out of the Cedar Project Partnership - a collaborative research group that follows self-identified Indigenous youth, between 14 and 30 years old, who use illicit drugs in Vancouver and Prince George, B.C. While the project is ongoing, the report is an analysis of data collected between 2003 and 2014.
Researchers couldn't find a clear explanation as to why so many young Indigenous men are dying.
"The women were more likely to be injecting drugs and using opioids like heroin and I think that is probably causally related to the increased historical trauma, particularly childhood sexual abuse," he said.
The study concurs, a.dding that young Indigenous women who use drugs should play a meaningful role in developing more programs that would support them in their health and healing.
Summary Source FAQ Feedback Top keywords: drug#1 Support#2 young#3 study#4 research#5
Post found in /worldnews and /IndianCountry.
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2017.09.24 00:42 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: Anarcho_Capitalism top posts from 2011-09-23 to 2017-09-22 12:08 PDT

Period: 2191.38 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 81641
Rate (per day) 0.46 37.23
Unique Redditors 501 8290
Combined Score 247608 469801

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 9023 points, 34 submissions: TheGreatRoh
    1. Stefan Molyneux on Twitter "Bernie promised cheap education. $27 average donation. Mission accomplished. $27 got you truly schooled on the reality of Dem politics." (746 points, 158 comments)
    2. Brain damage explains a lot (491 points, 72 comments)
    3. Ron Paul standing up for what's right. (418 points, 47 comments)
    4. This Tweet Didn't Age Well (409 points, 47 comments)
    5. Hillary Clinton on Assange "Can't we just drone this guy" -- report (345 points, 85 comments)
    6. BREAKING: Trump to sign exec. order this morning requiring that for every 1 new regulation, 2 regulations have to be revoked - sr. official (337 points, 122 comments)
    7. Ouch (337 points, 42 comments)
    8. So Swings the Pendulum of History (312 points, 31 comments)
    9. Resist! The more you think about it the best this one gets (302 points, 50 comments)
    10. Here is Rand Paul's healthcare plan. It's 4 pages long. It simplifies the entire process, removes federal bureaucracy, and lowers costs. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT! (284 points, 75 comments)
  2. 8356 points, 24 submissions: TrueBC
    1. Small Government (715 points, 97 comments)
    2. Good Guy Communism (698 points, 14 comments)
    3. Real Thinking (616 points, 60 comments)
    4. When You're an Anarcho Communist And You Receive Inheritance (544 points, 128 comments)
    5. Every. God. Damn. Time! (487 points, 71 comments)
    6. Good Cops (468 points, 79 comments)
    7. Typical Proletariat (407 points, 100 comments)
    8. AnCap Problems (368 points, 60 comments)
    9. Fucking Statist Parents (336 points, 27 comments)
    10. Roads Problem Solved (331 points, 59 comments)
  3. 4593 points, 16 submissions: Pinochet-Heli-Tours
    1. This guy (715 points, 97 comments)
    2. Leftist logic with estate taxes (487 points, 123 comments)
    3. Before there was capitalism food would just magically appear (376 points, 155 comments)
    4. Socialism 101 (342 points, 168 comments)
    5. I hate it when people cheat (326 points, 61 comments)
    6. Communist vs Nature (295 points, 101 comments)
    7. This guy... (253 points, 50 comments)
    8. Triggered! (251 points, 116 comments)
    9. Good riddance (243 points, 100 comments)
    10. If there's less food in socialism, how does that explain the toilet paper shortages? (223 points, 28 comments)
  4. 3993 points, 1 submission: an1h
    1. TSA agents vs terrorists (3993 points, 173 comments)
  5. 3413 points, 13 submissions: kurokamifr
    1. When you are american (568 points, 94 comments)
    2. socialism (392 points, 110 comments)
    3. When you love the poor (336 points, 81 comments)
    4. Brain expanding meme on communist (295 points, 39 comments)
    5. A group of ancaps were able to get the IRS Facebook page removed... (263 points, 22 comments)
    6. Rigging the Election - Video I: Clinton Campaign and DNC Incite Violence at Trump Rallies (260 points, 73 comments)
    7. Rigging the Election - Video II: Mass Voter Fraud (222 points, 78 comments)
    8. who is prepared for the WW3? (215 points, 52 comments)
    9. rly make you think (185 points, 134 comments)
    10. Warning: Trudeau has allowed banks to seize your money if economy fails (181 points, 67 comments)
  6. 3173 points, 6 submissions: -INFOWARS-
    1. Louds and clear (1119 points, 180 comments)
    2. Makes you think... (742 points, 161 comments)
    3. Ron Paul destroys Obama (499 points, 78 comments)
    4. This is 100% real. Brainwashing by the Mainstream Media (341 points, 109 comments)
    5. Powerful argument. (300 points, 185 comments)
    6. When your ideology is so good the only arguments against it are straw man memes (172 points, 134 comments)
  7. 3036 points, 13 submissions: bearjewpacabra
    1. Nigel Farage: "None of you have ever done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business or worked in trade or indeed ever created a job" (354 points, 160 comments)
    2. Why is "income tax" a thing that exists?? It's income. They feed their kids with that. Just leave their income alone. (323 points, 147 comments)
    3. Statists reacting to "Taxation is theft" (297 points, 46 comments)
    4. Without the state, who would drop tear gas from helicopters on their half starved tax cattle? (261 points, 54 comments)
    5. Cops demand Uber driver turn off his camera, citing new law, threaten him with jail, say they will search his car with sniffer dogs. Driver refuses, because it turns out the driver is also an attorney and he knows no such law exists. • news (253 points, 62 comments)
    6. Remember when watching tonight's debate... (247 points, 89 comments)
    7. Was very happy to see this on /all (234 points, 40 comments)
    8. Virginia Shooter Identified As 66-Year-Old James Hodgkinson, Supporter Of Bernie Sanders (219 points, 129 comments)
    9. George Soros Hacked, Over 2,500 Internal Docs Released Online (198 points, 34 comments)
    10. Without government, who would create nationwide initiatives to fuck up the food supply based on irrational, government produced data? (173 points, 33 comments)
  8. 2924 points, 9 submissions: Z3F
    1. How to trigger /Socialism (772 points, 200 comments)
    2. The John Oliver formula (443 points, 84 comments)
    3. Trump Triggers a room full of Socialism sympathizers (351 points, 154 comments)
    4. Peak Reddit (317 points, 118 comments)
    5. And quality of life in the Commune dramatically improved overnight. (263 points, 68 comments)
    6. Found at a hostel I am staying at in Detroit. It's leaking into real life. (219 points, 155 comments)
    7. Obama Quietly Signs The Truly Orwellian "Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act" Into Law (201 points, 27 comments)
    8. The easiest question you'll be asked today. (187 points, 64 comments)
    9. The window of allowable opinion continues to shrink. YouTube is now quarantining videos that academically discuss differences in IQ averages between ethnicities. (171 points, 97 comments)
  9. 2906 points, 1 submission: FreeqAxel
    1. Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas. (2906 points, 128 comments)
  10. 2565 points, 14 submissions: Anenome5
    1. Detroit starting to get it: 'Why should I send them taxes when they aren't supplying services?’ homeowner Fred Phillips who owes more than $2,600 recently told the paper. 'Every time I see the tax bill come, I think about the times we called and nobody came.' (247 points, 130 comments)
    2. Kaspersky reveals software buried in the firmware of world's major harddrive manufacturers gives NSA ability to spy on majority of the world's computers (229 points, 72 comments)
    3. The parable of the Village and the Tower (202 points, 44 comments)
    4. Descent of the Libertarians (200 points, 163 comments)
    5. Mises attacks Racism; "racism is not just contrary to [classical] liberalism, but to reason itself. It’s a denial of the most fundamental truths of economics... Theories of racial conflict reject peaceful social cooperation and instead promote conflict and war as the foundations of human society." (185 points, 161 comments)
    6. Cops arrest jogger for not having ID (182 points, 74 comments)
    7. My favorite ancap jokey-story :) (177 points, 68 comments)
    8. Sometimes the indoctrination isn't subtle. (176 points, 70 comments)
    9. This is fantastic--government tax collectors in Mogadishu complain no one wants to pay taxes, they "consider me to be a bandit." You are a bandit, sir. (171 points, 65 comments)
    10. Checkmate, intellectual-property fans ;P (164 points, 79 comments)
  11. 2557 points, 10 submissions: coupdetaco
    1. It's totally not rigged... anymore (754 points, 87 comments)
    2. She cannot recall (295 points, 23 comments)
    3. We've always been at war with Eastasia (267 points, 17 comments)
    4. Just wanted to give credit to leftists for breaking those glass ceilings (216 points, 8 comments)
    5. Cop tricks person into putting out a cigarette to use that as an excuse to arrest him and search his car (212 points, 140 comments)
    6. "If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years there would be a shortage of sand" (181 points, 25 comments)
    7. We've always been at war with Eurasia (162 points, 11 comments)
    8. Mexican dentists near border crossing town get 95% customers from USA. They charge 75% less and their "materials and equipment are just as good or even better" (160 points, 38 comments)
    9. Just wanted to help everyone here understand Socialism (159 points, 11 comments)
    10. In fairness to her, that level of corruption is almost like a magic trick (151 points, 16 comments)
  12. 2398 points, 9 submissions: ancapistan_man
    1. Bread lines (542 points, 111 comments)
    2. All the hypocrisy. (341 points, 82 comments)
    3. All the above. (317 points, 63 comments)
    4. Battle of the statists. (253 points, 127 comments)
    5. We're gonna need a bigger boat. (224 points, 12 comments)
    6. [foaming at the mouth] Not real communism! (198 points, 14 comments)
    7. But without government.... (190 points, 29 comments)
    8. Literally shaking. (171 points, 61 comments)
    9. iT wAsN't ReAl CoMmUnIsM. (162 points, 13 comments)
  13. 2367 points, 10 submissions: Anen-o-me
    1. /A_C's opinion of Gary Johnson in one image (464 points, 123 comments)
    2. Time-Warner increases internet speeds six-fold at no extra charge after Google Fiber announces plans to expand into their territory --- so in other words, competition works (312 points, 43 comments)
    3. Vince Vaughn -- “We have the right to bear arms to resist the supreme power of a corrupt and abusive government” (227 points, 37 comments)
    4. After seeing this I have a strong urge to become a graffiti artist (215 points, 51 comments)
    5. Reddit's Former Leadership was planning to make Reddit a completely Decentralized App with bitcoin micropayments as upvotes for incentive, but after taking a $50m funding round, management was replaced and monetization focus began. Now ex employees are building what Reddit should've become. (215 points, 65 comments)
    6. SCOTUS Justice: If two can marry, why not four? -- How about you stop licensing marriage in the first place. (195 points, 111 comments)
    7. Satoshi Nakamoto nominated for Nobel Prize in Economics (190 points, 61 comments)
    8. politics realizes the presidency has too much power: "Don’t Just Impeach Trump. End the Imperial Presidency." (189 points, 60 comments)
    9. Meanwhile, at Molyneux's Freedomain Radio Headquarters... (183 points, 409 comments)
    10. Obama endorses Bitcoin... (177 points, 32 comments)
  14. 2220 points, 10 submissions: SnakesoverEagles
    1. Crying wolf: the left doesn't know how to stop losing (335 points, 182 comments)
    2. in light of recent events, here is Thomas Sowell (276 points, 264 comments)
    3. Ron Paul - Bernie Sanders destroyed Audit the Fed Bill at the last minute (236 points, 26 comments)
    4. Basic free market college group denied a local chapter because they are "white supreemists" (220 points, 227 comments)
    5. Get out your tinfoil hats boys (212 points, 95 comments)
    6. An old classic (206 points, 57 comments)
    7. Hillary email leaks prove that the same people who fund her campaign (Saudi Arabia) are funding ISIS - when will this house of cards fall? (205 points, 25 comments)
    8. Please clap (183 points, 55 comments)
    9. Ron Paul - Stump the socialist (176 points, 139 comments)
    10. Why Tim Kaine was picked as VP (171 points, 101 comments)
  15. 2219 points, 8 submissions: SuaveCrouton
    1. Late Stage Capitalism (405 points, 90 comments)
    2. Social Democracy (371 points, 51 comments)
    3. But it wasn't a real rocket (305 points, 30 comments)
    4. The Green Party dilemma (304 points, 71 comments)
    5. LateStageCapitalism_irl (236 points, 34 comments)
    6. When I look at gains from free trade (218 points, 21 comments)
    7. The world as 100 people over the last two centuries (213 points, 103 comments)
    8. Private Eye explains Corbynomics (167 points, 23 comments)
  16. 1932 points, 8 submissions: LibertyAboveALL
    1. Julian Assange offers job to fired Google employee who wrote "anti-diversity" memo - "Censorship is for losers." (426 points, 124 comments)
    2. Great idea on road sign from Mexican restaurant in Austin (278 points, 30 comments)
    3. Gmail will now warn you if you’re being targeted by the government (260 points, 26 comments)
    4. Calexit Means American Taxpayers Won't Have To Bailout California's Ticking Pension Time Bomb (251 points, 69 comments)
    5. Uber threatens exit Houston over regulations. Mayor says "I'm happy to sit down with you [Uber] but I'm not going to do business with you with a gun to my head." - you really can't make this shit up! (245 points, 79 comments)
    6. AAA, largest U.S. automobile club, calls for scrapping police marijuana THC test for drivers. AAA's safety foundation said it's not possible to set a blood-test threshold for THC that can reliably determine impairment. (160 points, 33 comments)
    7. TIL: SEC laws stop crowd-funding sites, like INDIEGOGO, from offering investor equity financing options for non-accredited investors (average person). In other words, the government only allows rich people to do it. (160 points, 66 comments)
    8. Dying mom kidney transplant surgery on hold due to GoFundMe donations since they could constitute ‘organ selling’, which is a U.S. federal crime. (152 points, 47 comments)
  17. 1854 points, 8 submissions: Mashimoto
    1. Venezuela bans lines outside of bakeries declaring them a clear political stunt to discredit socialism (289 points, 50 comments)
    2. Someone made a Chrome extension that changes "white" to "black" on Huffpo, Salon, and Buzzfeed (283 points, 69 comments)
    3. How Liberals really feel about black people (265 points, 106 comments)
    4. (old footage) Ron Paul makes standard libertarian arguments against the drug war that are now almost universally accepted to an absolutely hostile host/audience. Amazing how attitudes can change (263 points, 138 comments)
    5. It Looks Like George Soros is Funding the Trump Protests (256 points, 72 comments)
    6. Charles Rangel's Freudian Slip (181 points, 21 comments)
    7. "Only the rich will have X technology" India's $4 smartphone. (166 points, 44 comments)
    8. Bernie Sanders Resume from the 1980s (151 points, 118 comments)
  18. 1756 points, 7 submissions: MaunaLoona
    1. 4chan on communism (539 points, 122 comments)
    2. Canadian man fights off home invaders by taking their gun and shooting them; gets charged with attempted murder and nine other firearms related charges (312 points, 76 comments)
    3. But without the government who would fund PBS? Reading Rainbow raises $1 million on kickstarter in the first day. (202 points, 59 comments)
    4. Adam Kokesh on CBS (197 points, 213 comments)
    5. Apparently we have a new mascot (174 points, 30 comments)
    6. What $15/hr minimum wage looks like (169 points, 182 comments)
    7. To protect you from fake news the US government launches a fact checking web site (163 points, 53 comments)
  19. 1663 points, 5 submissions: Uncle_Washington
    1. LateStageCapitalism logic (456 points, 98 comments)
    2. Macarons va Macron (401 points, 39 comments)
    3. Like scientist we have to prove our theory (380 points, 83 comments)
    4. Feel the Bern out (245 points, 71 comments)
    5. The North Remembers (181 points, 14 comments)
  20. 1582 points, 2 submissions: pseudoRndNbr
    1. CNN: It's illegal for you to read the leaked emails. Only we are allowed to do it. (1353 points, 149 comments)
    2. But who will provide food to the poor? (229 points, 70 comments)
  21. 1581 points, 4 submissions: Ze-skywalker
    1. Rare picture of a child about to be born (530 points, 70 comments)
    2. "The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false front for the urge to rule it." H.L. Mencken (428 points, 13 comments)
    3. Woke (370 points, 44 comments)
    4. Capitalism X Socialism (253 points, 49 comments)
  22. 1576 points, 6 submissions: HEADPOCKET
    1. What a novel idea. (477 points, 87 comments)
    2. Mises before bitches. (325 points, 56 comments)
    3. Here is your average "pro-science" liberal. (266 points, 93 comments)
    4. If Sweden and Germany Became US States, They Would be Among the Poorest States (189 points, 97 comments)
    5. Can't explain that. (162 points, 51 comments)
    6. George Zimmer, the owner and founder of The Men's Wearhouse, does not background check his employees. "I don't trust the U.S. justice system to get it right," says Zimmer, who is himself a recovering alcoholic. "I'd rather make my own decisions." : todayilearned (157 points, 32 comments)
  23. 1568 points, 6 submissions: Jamesshrugged
    1. The consequences of racism (395 points, 135 comments)
    2. The lesson liberals are going to learn under the new administration. (343 points, 48 comments)
    3. Every single time (295 points, 22 comments)
    4. Give me Liberty or gtfo! (191 points, 61 comments)
    5. anarcho_capitalism's most used words (174 points, 71 comments)
    6. /philosophy mods have completely banned posts about Ayn Rand (on grounds that she is an author, not a philosopher) (170 points, 134 comments)
  24. 1478 points, 6 submissions: ayanamirs
    1. Could someone please explain this? (388 points, 84 comments)
    2. Slate (297 points, 43 comments)
    3. LMAO (232 points, 58 comments)
    4. Mises Cuba! (210 points, 45 comments)
    5. Ancap Studies (181 points, 55 comments)
    6. Wtf? Anarcho-capitalists (170 points, 144 comments)
  25. 1468 points, 1 submission: How_To_Liberty
    1. I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism. (1468 points, 118 comments)
  26. 1464 points, 6 submissions: spatchcock
    1. Happy thanksgiving /ancap (496 points, 86 comments)
    2. They aren't protesters or rioters. They're Keynesian stimulus operatives, and Krugman disapproves. (223 points, 22 comments)
    3. This kid will go places. Also, I guarantee there's a bureaucrat out there somewhere who is trying to stop him. (213 points, 53 comments)
    4. This is what good parenting looks like, but yet to leftists and some bureaucrats this is horrible because its un-taxed income, dangerously unregulated, exploitation, and child labor. (190 points, 65 comments)
    5. Wow TED talks really suck now - "Capitalism will eat democracy unless we speak up" - By Yanis Varoufakis (the greek finance minister. Yes Greece, the European country that adopted DemSoc ideals and is now riddled with debt) (180 points, 203 comments)
    6. If I were a big corporation I'd lobby for higher minimum wages and rally the useful idiots on the left to my cause as well. (162 points, 33 comments)
  27. 1414 points, 7 submissions: moople1
    1. And anarcho communism was born. (239 points, 772 comments)
    2. Work or die. (239 points, 227 comments)
    3. The relationship between Bernie's socialism and the market summed up perfectly. (238 points, 48 comments)
    4. Finally it's fixed! Now children won't starve to death. (199 points, 123 comments)
    5. "Yo mama's so statist" jokes… (180 points, 96 comments)
    6. Hating the Establishment Is Not the Same as Supporting Liberty (164 points, 41 comments)
    7. 2016 Nolan Chart (155 points, 128 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Faceh (5402 points, 264 comments)
  2. aletoledo (3908 points, 532 comments)
  3. Anen-o-me (3667 points, 569 comments)
  4. andkon (3362 points, 237 comments)
  5. Lethn (3201 points, 304 comments)
  6. halfback910 (3043 points, 500 comments)
  7. ChopperIndacar (2799 points, 402 comments)
  8. Mashimoto (2207 points, 181 comments)
  9. LOST_TALE (2150 points, 507 comments)
  10. Harnisfechten (2122 points, 299 comments)
  11. TheGreatRoh (2085 points, 237 comments)
  12. Anenome5 (1990 points, 293 comments)
  13. LibertyAboveALL (1974 points, 316 comments)
  14. Anarkhon (1925 points, 42 comments)
  15. natermer (1873 points, 239 comments)
  16. Not_Pictured (1835 points, 173 comments)
  17. bearjewpacabra (1813 points, 267 comments)
  18. maszyna (1769 points, 224 comments)
  19. chbrules (1745 points, 200 comments)
  20. jatucker (1688 points, 131 comments)
  21. LookingForMySelf (1637 points, 274 comments)
  22. bhknb (1590 points, 329 comments)
  23. Argosy37 (1568 points, 113 comments)
  24. stormsbrewing (1562 points, 107 comments)
  25. GuyFromV (1466 points, 313 comments)
  26. TheSelfGoverned (1416 points, 204 comments)
  27. deefop (1369 points, 153 comments)
  28. samsonkeane (1364 points, 129 comments)
  29. ProjectD13X (1351 points, 193 comments)
  30. Pinochet-Heli-Tours (1328 points, 112 comments)
  31. RonaldMcPaul (1306 points, 250 comments)
  32. Juz16 (1271 points, 151 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. TSA agents vs terrorists by an1h (3993 points, 173 comments)
  2. Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas. by FreeqAxel (2906 points, 128 comments)
  3. I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism. by How_To_Liberty (1468 points, 118 comments)
  4. CNN: It's illegal for you to read the leaked emails. Only we are allowed to do it. by pseudoRndNbr (1353 points, 149 comments)
  5. Louds and clear by -INFOWARS- (1119 points, 180 comments)
  6. Arguing about the state of Venezuela to a redditor by Phresh_Prince (809 points, 182 comments)
  7. How to trigger /Socialism by Z3F (772 points, 200 comments)
  8. It's totally not rigged... anymore by coupdetaco (754 points, 87 comments)
  9. Stefan Molyneux on Twitter "Bernie promised cheap education. $27 average donation. Mission accomplished. $27 got you truly schooled on the reality of Dem politics." by TheGreatRoh (746 points, 158 comments)
  10. Makes you think... by -INFOWARS- (742 points, 161 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1523 points: Anarkhon's comment in Looting intensifies in Venezuela - only 15 days worth of food remains
  2. 1070 points: cockholster_69's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  3. 495 points: Faceh's comment in Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas.
  4. 456 points: deleted's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  5. 423 points: FidelHimself's comment in I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism.
  6. 396 points: narutouz's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  7. 336 points: skylercollins's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  8. 329 points: backwardsmiley's comment in / physical_removal was just banned
  9. 283 points: misery_man's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  10. 250 points: Avertus's comment in I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism.
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2017.09.17 22:02 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: Anarcho_Capitalism top posts from 2011-09-23 to 2017-09-17 00:22 PDT

Period: 2185.89 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 81894
Rate (per day) 0.46 37.45
Unique Redditors 504 8282
Combined Score 246401 470690

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 8510 points, 32 submissions: TheGreatRoh
    1. Stefan Molyneux on Twitter "Bernie promised cheap education. $27 average donation. Mission accomplished. $27 got you truly schooled on the reality of Dem politics." (741 points, 158 comments)
    2. Brain damage explains a lot (491 points, 72 comments)
    3. Ron Paul standing up for what's right. (413 points, 47 comments)
    4. This Tweet Didn't Age Well (409 points, 47 comments)
    5. Hillary Clinton on Assange "Can't we just drone this guy" -- report (340 points, 86 comments)
    6. Ouch (335 points, 42 comments)
    7. BREAKING: Trump to sign exec. order this morning requiring that for every 1 new regulation, 2 regulations have to be revoked - sr. official (333 points, 122 comments)
    8. So Swings the Pendulum of History (312 points, 31 comments)
    9. Resist! The more you think about it the best this one gets (298 points, 50 comments)
    10. Here is Rand Paul's healthcare plan. It's 4 pages long. It simplifies the entire process, removes federal bureaucracy, and lowers costs. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT! (284 points, 75 comments)
  2. 8325 points, 24 submissions: TrueBC
    1. Small Government (712 points, 97 comments)
    2. Good Guy Communism (698 points, 14 comments)
    3. Real Thinking (614 points, 60 comments)
    4. When You're an Anarcho Communist And You Receive Inheritance (536 points, 128 comments)
    5. Every. God. Damn. Time! (489 points, 71 comments)
    6. Good Cops (458 points, 79 comments)
    7. Typical Proletariat (409 points, 100 comments)
    8. AnCap Problems (376 points, 60 comments)
    9. Fucking Statist Parents (329 points, 27 comments)
    10. Roads Problem Solved (327 points, 59 comments)
  3. 4612 points, 16 submissions: Pinochet-Heli-Tours
    1. This guy (717 points, 97 comments)
    2. Leftist logic with estate taxes (492 points, 123 comments)
    3. Before there was capitalism food would just magically appear (380 points, 155 comments)
    4. Socialism 101 (342 points, 168 comments)
    5. I hate it when people cheat (331 points, 61 comments)
    6. Communist vs Nature (293 points, 101 comments)
    7. Triggered! (253 points, 116 comments)
    8. This guy... (251 points, 50 comments)
    9. Good riddance (247 points, 100 comments)
    10. If there's less food in socialism, how does that explain the toilet paper shortages? (223 points, 28 comments)
  4. 3992 points, 1 submission: an1h
    1. TSA agents vs terrorists (3992 points, 172 comments)
  5. 3405 points, 13 submissions: kurokamifr
    1. When you are american (569 points, 94 comments)
    2. socialism (389 points, 110 comments)
    3. When you love the poor (332 points, 81 comments)
    4. Brain expanding meme on communist (296 points, 39 comments)
    5. A group of ancaps were able to get the IRS Facebook page removed... (268 points, 22 comments)
    6. Rigging the Election - Video I: Clinton Campaign and DNC Incite Violence at Trump Rallies (259 points, 73 comments)
    7. Rigging the Election - Video II: Mass Voter Fraud (222 points, 78 comments)
    8. who is prepared for the WW3? (212 points, 52 comments)
    9. rly make you think (186 points, 134 comments)
    10. Warning: Trudeau has allowed banks to seize your money if economy fails (179 points, 67 comments)
  6. 3197 points, 14 submissions: bearjewpacabra
    1. Nigel Farage: "None of you have ever done a proper job in your lives, or worked in business or worked in trade or indeed ever created a job" (343 points, 160 comments)
    2. Why is "income tax" a thing that exists?? It's income. They feed their kids with that. Just leave their income alone. (321 points, 147 comments)
    3. Statists reacting to "Taxation is theft" (301 points, 46 comments)
    4. Without the state, who would drop tear gas from helicopters on their half starved tax cattle? (259 points, 54 comments)
    5. Cops demand Uber driver turn off his camera, citing new law, threaten him with jail, say they will search his car with sniffer dogs. Driver refuses, because it turns out the driver is also an attorney and he knows no such law exists. • news (254 points, 62 comments)
    6. Remember when watching tonight's debate... (254 points, 89 comments)
    7. Was very happy to see this on /all (235 points, 40 comments)
    8. Virginia Shooter Identified As 66-Year-Old James Hodgkinson, Supporter Of Bernie Sanders (227 points, 129 comments)
    9. George Soros Hacked, Over 2,500 Internal Docs Released Online (199 points, 34 comments)
    10. Without government, who would create nationwide initiatives to fuck up the food supply based on irrational, government produced data? (171 points, 33 comments)
  7. 3165 points, 6 submissions: -INFOWARS-
    1. Louds and clear (1116 points, 180 comments)
    2. Makes you think... (739 points, 161 comments)
    3. Ron Paul destroys Obama (501 points, 78 comments)
    4. This is 100% real. Brainwashing by the Mainstream Media (339 points, 109 comments)
    5. Powerful argument. (299 points, 185 comments)
    6. When your ideology is so good the only arguments against it are straw man memes (171 points, 134 comments)
  8. 2908 points, 1 submission: FreeqAxel
    1. Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas. (2908 points, 128 comments)
  9. 2570 points, 14 submissions: Anenome5
    1. Detroit starting to get it: 'Why should I send them taxes when they aren't supplying services?’ homeowner Fred Phillips who owes more than $2,600 recently told the paper. 'Every time I see the tax bill come, I think about the times we called and nobody came.' (247 points, 130 comments)
    2. Kaspersky reveals software buried in the firmware of world's major harddrive manufacturers gives NSA ability to spy on majority of the world's computers (228 points, 72 comments)
    3. The parable of the Village and the Tower (205 points, 44 comments)
    4. Descent of the Libertarians (202 points, 163 comments)
    5. Mises attacks Racism; "racism is not just contrary to [classical] liberalism, but to reason itself. It’s a denial of the most fundamental truths of economics... Theories of racial conflict reject peaceful social cooperation and instead promote conflict and war as the foundations of human society." (184 points, 161 comments)
    6. Cops arrest jogger for not having ID (182 points, 74 comments)
    7. My favorite ancap jokey-story :) (180 points, 68 comments)
    8. Sometimes the indoctrination isn't subtle. (174 points, 70 comments)
    9. This is fantastic--government tax collectors in Mogadishu complain no one wants to pay taxes, they "consider me to be a bandit." You are a bandit, sir. (169 points, 65 comments)
    10. Checkmate, intellectual-property fans ;P (167 points, 79 comments)
  10. 2564 points, 8 submissions: Z3F
    1. How to trigger /Socialism (767 points, 200 comments)
    2. The John Oliver formula (444 points, 84 comments)
    3. Peak Reddit (310 points, 118 comments)
    4. And quality of life in the Commune dramatically improved overnight. (263 points, 68 comments)
    5. Found at a hostel I am staying at in Detroit. It's leaking into real life. (225 points, 155 comments)
    6. Obama Quietly Signs The Truly Orwellian "Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act" Into Law (199 points, 27 comments)
    7. The easiest question you'll be asked today. (189 points, 64 comments)
    8. The window of allowable opinion continues to shrink. YouTube is now quarantining videos that academically discuss differences in IQ averages between ethnicities. (167 points, 97 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Faceh (5583 points, 265 comments)
  2. aletoledo (3819 points, 527 comments)
  3. Anen-o-me (3612 points, 581 comments)
  4. andkon (3352 points, 236 comments)
  5. Lethn (3120 points, 307 comments)
  6. halfback910 (3002 points, 499 comments)
  7. ChopperIndacar (2866 points, 405 comments)
  8. Mashimoto (2226 points, 181 comments)
  9. LOST_TALE (2179 points, 523 comments)
  10. Harnisfechten (2138 points, 299 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. TSA agents vs terrorists by an1h (3992 points, 172 comments)
  2. Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas. by FreeqAxel (2908 points, 128 comments)
  3. I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism. by How_To_Liberty (1455 points, 118 comments)
  4. CNN: It's illegal for you to read the leaked emails. Only we are allowed to do it. by pseudoRndNbr (1350 points, 149 comments)
  5. Louds and clear by -INFOWARS- (1116 points, 180 comments)
  6. Arguing about the state of Venezuela to a redditor by Phresh_Prince (810 points, 182 comments)
  7. How to trigger /Socialism by Z3F (767 points, 200 comments)
  8. It's totally not rigged... anymore by coupdetaco (753 points, 87 comments)
  9. Stefan Molyneux on Twitter "Bernie promised cheap education. $27 average donation. Mission accomplished. $27 got you truly schooled on the reality of Dem politics." by TheGreatRoh (741 points, 158 comments)
  10. Makes you think... by -INFOWARS- (739 points, 161 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1525 points: Anarkhon's comment in Looting intensifies in Venezuela - only 15 days worth of food remains
  2. 1066 points: cockholster_69's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  3. 500 points: Faceh's comment in Ron Paul got an electoral vote from Texas.
  4. 447 points: deleted's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  5. 421 points: FidelHimself's comment in I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism.
  6. 390 points: narutouz's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  7. 332 points: skylercollins's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  8. 324 points: backwardsmiley's comment in / physical_removal was just banned
  9. 287 points: misery_man's comment in Is having daughters the ultimate cuckoldry?
  10. 252 points: Avertus's comment in I used to be an Ancap, but my job made me turn to socialism.
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2017.07.10 04:49 SounderBruce List of record soccer attendances by U.S. state and Canadian province [x-post from /r/MLS]

Based on yesterday's thread on Tennessee's new record, I decided to research the highest soccer attendances for each U.S. state (and some territories at the bottom). This list was complied to the best of my ability, but feel free to correct anything. News articles are linked in the dates column, but there's also two great overall lists: the USSF one and the Wikipedia list by category. This 2009 list was also crucial in filling in some missing gaps (though it's wildly outdated).
Entries are friendlies unless otherwise noted by competition. Anything that was hard to find or has an entry under 10,000 is marked with "No data"...help fill in the gaps!
State Attendance Stadium Teams Date
Alabama 83,810 Legion Field (Birmingham) United States vs. Argentina (Olympics) July 20, 1996
Alaska No data
Arizona 62,462 University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale) United States vs. Mexico February 7, 2007
Arkansas No data
California 101,799 Rose Bowl (Pasadena) France vs. Brazil (Olympics) August 11, 1984
Colorado 61,202 Invesco Field (Denver) Colorado Rapids vs. Chicago Fire (MLS) July 4, 2002
Connecticut 44,579 Yale Bowl (New Haven) United States vs. Brazil (US Cup) June 6, 1993
Delaware No data
Florida 73,429 Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens) Brazil vs. Colombia September 5, 2014
Georgia 86,117 Sanford Stadium (Athens) Nigeria vs. Argentina (Olympics) August 3, 1996
Hawaii 23,087 Aloha Stadium (Honolulu) Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Sydney FC / Gamba Osaka vs. Houston Dynamo February 23, 2008
Idaho 21,948 Albertsons Stadium (Boise) Athletic Bilbao vs. Club Tijuana July 18, 2015
Illinois 65,080 Soldier Field (Chicago) United States vs. Nigeria / Brazil vs. Italy (Women's WC) June 24, 1999
Indiana 41,983 Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis) Chelsea vs. Inter Milan August 1, 2013
Iowa No data
Kansas 21,650 Sporting Park (Kansas City) Sporting Kansas City vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS Cup) December 7, 2013
Kentucky 35,211 Papa John's Cardinal Stadium (Louisville) United States vs. Brazil (Women's Friendly) October 10, 1999
Louisiana 32,950 Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans) United States vs. China (Women's Friendly) December 16, 2015
Maine No data
Maryland 81,807 FedEx Field (Landover) Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona July 30, 2011
Massachusetts 67,584 Gillette Stadium (Foxborough) Brazil vs. Mexico September 12, 2007
Michigan 105,826 Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor) Real Madrid vs. Chelsea July 30, 2016
Minnesota 64,101 US Bank Stadium (Minneapolis) Chelsea vs. AC Milan August 3, 2016
Mississippi No data
Missouri 54,184 Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis) Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan August 10, 2013
Montana No data
Nebraska No data
Nevada 29,152 Sam Boyd Stadium (Las Vegas) Real Madrid vs. Santos Laguna August 5, 2012
New Hampshire No data
New Jersey 82,026 MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford) Argentina vs. Chile (Copa America) June 26, 2016
New Mexico 17,805 University Stadium (Albuquerque) United States vs. Mexico (Women's Friendly) May 9, 2004
New York 49,653 Yankee Stadium (New York City) Liverpool vs. Manchester City July 30, 2014
North Carolina 69,364 Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte) Liverpool vs. AC Milan August 2, 2014
North Dakota No data
Ohio 86,641 Ohio Stadium (Columbus) Real Madrid vs. Paris Saint-Germain July 27, 2016
Oklahoma 30,831 Skelly Stadium (Tulsa) Tulsa Roughnecks vs. New York Cosmos (NASL) April 26, 1980
Oregon 35,548 Civic Stadium (Portland) New York Cosmos vs. Seattle Sounders (NASL) August 28, 1977
Pennsylvania 68,396 Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia) Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona August 3, 2003
Rhode Island 10,000 Coates Field (Pawtucket) Falls River Rovers vs. Bethlehem Steel (US Open Cup) May 6, 1916
South Carolina No data
South Dakota No data
Tennessee 47,622 Nissan Stadium (Nashville) United States vs. Panama (Gold Cup) July 8, 2017
Texas 84,516 Cowboys Stadium (Arlington) Mexico vs. Haiti (Gold Cup) July 19, 2009
Utah 45,511 Rice-Eccles Stadium (Salt Lake City) Real Salt Lake vs. Real Madrid August 12, 2006
Vermont No data
Virginia 21,319 University of Richmond Stadium (Richmond) Duke vs. Wisconsin (NCAA Final) December 10, 1995
Washington 67,385 CenturyLink Field (Seattle) Seattle Sounders FC vs. Portland Timbers (MLS) August 25, 2013
West Virginia No data
Wisconsin 31,237 Miller Park (Milwaukee) Chivas Guadalajara vs. Swansea City July 16, 2014
Wyoming No data
And here's two of the territories that I could find information on.
Territory Attendance Stadium Teams Date
District of Columbia 58,012 RFK Memorial Stadium (Washington, D.C.) United States vs. Portugal (Olympics) July 24, 1996
Puerto Rico 12,993 Estadio Juan Ramón Loubriel (Bayamón) Puerto Rico Islanders vs. Los Angeles Galaxy (CCL) August 4, 2010
And not to leave out our Canadian neighbors, here's the list by province and territory.
Province Attendance Stadium Teams Date
Alberta 53,058 Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) Canada vs. China / New Zealand vs. Netherlands (Women's WC) June 6, 2015
British Columbia 60,342 BC Place Stadium (Vancouver) Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Seattle Sounders (NASL) June 20, 1983
Manitoba 32,716 Investors Group Field (Winnipeg) Australia vs. Nigeria / United States vs. Sweden (Women's WC) June 12, 2015
New Brunswick 13,138 Moncton Stadium France vs. Colombia / England vs. Mexico (Women's WC) June 13, 2015
Newfoundland and Labrador ~13,000 King George V Park Canada vs. Honduras (WC Qualifying) September 14, 1985
Nova Scotia No data
Ontario 50,158 SkyDome (Toronto) Celtic vs. Roma July 31, 2004
Prince Edward Island No data
Quebec 71,617 Olympic Stadium (Montreal) East Germany vs. Poland (Olympics) July 31, 1976
Saskatchewan 2,500 Mosaic Stadium (Regina) Regina All-Stars vs. Scottish F.A. Select June 6, 1921
Northwest Territories No data
Nunavut No data
Yukon No data
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2017.07.10 04:46 SounderBruce List of record soccer attendances by U.S. state and Canadian province

Based on yesterday's thread on Tennessee's new record, I decided to research the highest soccer attendances for each U.S. state (and some territories at the bottom). This list was complied to the best of my ability, but feel free to correct anything. News articles are linked in the dates column, but there's also two great overall lists: the USSF one and the Wikipedia list by category. This 2009 list was also crucial in filling in some missing gaps (though it's wildly outdated).
Entries are friendlies unless otherwise noted by competition. Anything that was hard to find or has an entry under 10,000 is marked with "No data"...help fill in the gaps!
State Attendance Stadium Teams Date
Alabama 83,810 Legion Field (Birmingham) United States vs. Argentina (Olympics) July 20, 1996
Alaska No data
Arizona 62,462 University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale) United States vs. Mexico February 7, 2007
Arkansas No data
California 101,799 Rose Bowl (Pasadena) France vs. Brazil (Olympics) August 11, 1984
Colorado 61,202 Invesco Field (Denver) Colorado Rapids vs. Chicago Fire (MLS) July 4, 2002
Connecticut 44,579 Yale Bowl (New Haven) United States vs. Brazil (US Cup) June 6, 1993
Delaware No data
Florida 73,429 Sun Life Stadium (Miami Gardens) Brazil vs. Colombia September 5, 2014
Georgia 86,117 Sanford Stadium (Athens) Nigeria vs. Argentina (Olympics) August 3, 1996
Hawaii 23,087 Aloha Stadium (Honolulu) Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Sydney FC / Gamba Osaka vs. Houston Dynamo February 23, 2008
Idaho 21,948 Albertsons Stadium (Boise) Athletic Bilbao vs. Club Tijuana July 18, 2015
Illinois 65,080 Soldier Field (Chicago) United States vs. Nigeria / Brazil vs. Italy (Women's WC) June 24, 1999
Indiana 41,983 Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis) Chelsea vs. Inter Milan August 1, 2013
Iowa 6,612 Cara McGrane Stadium (Des Moines) Des Moines Menace vs. Wisconsin Rebels (PDL) June 5, 2004
Kansas 21,650 Sporting Park (Kansas City) Sporting Kansas City vs. Real Salt Lake (MLS Cup) December 7, 2013
Kentucky 35,211 Papa John's Cardinal Stadium (Louisville) United States vs. Brazil (Women's Friendly) October 10, 1999
Louisiana 32,950 Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans) United States vs. China (Women's Friendly) December 16, 2015
Maine No data
Maryland 81,807 FedEx Field (Landover) Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona July 30, 2011
Massachusetts 67,584 Gillette Stadium (Foxborough) Brazil vs. Mexico September 12, 2007
Michigan 105,826 Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor) Real Madrid vs. Chelsea July 30, 2016
Minnesota 64,101 US Bank Stadium (Minneapolis) Chelsea vs. AC Milan August 3, 2016
Mississippi No data
Missouri 54,184 Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis) Real Madrid vs. Inter Milan August 10, 2013
Montana No data
Nebraska No data
Nevada 29,152 Sam Boyd Stadium (Las Vegas) Real Madrid vs. Santos Laguna August 5, 2012
New Hampshire No data
New Jersey 82,026 MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford) Argentina vs. Chile (Copa America) June 26, 2016
New Mexico 17,805 University Stadium (Albuquerque) United States vs. Mexico (Women's Friendly) May 9, 2004
New York 49,653 Yankee Stadium (New York City) Liverpool vs. Manchester City July 30, 2014
North Carolina 69,364 Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte) Liverpool vs. AC Milan August 2, 2014
North Dakota No data
Ohio 86,641 Ohio Stadium (Columbus) Real Madrid vs. Paris Saint-Germain July 27, 2016
Oklahoma 30,831 Skelly Stadium (Tulsa) Tulsa Roughnecks vs. New York Cosmos (NASL) April 26, 1980
Oregon 35,548 Civic Stadium (Portland) New York Cosmos vs. Seattle Sounders (NASL) August 28, 1977
Pennsylvania 68,396 Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia) Manchester United vs. FC Barcelona August 3, 2003
Rhode Island 10,000 Coates Field (Pawtucket) Falls River Rovers vs. Bethlehem Steel (US Open Cup) May 6, 1916
South Carolina 8,332 Riggs Field (Clemson) Clemson vs. San Diego State (NCAA) December 6, 1987
South Dakota No data
Tennessee 47,622 Nissan Stadium (Nashville) United States vs. Panama (Gold Cup) July 8, 2017
Texas 84,516 Cowboys Stadium (Arlington) Mexico vs. Haiti (Gold Cup) July 19, 2009
Utah 45,511 Rice-Eccles Stadium (Salt Lake City) Real Salt Lake vs. Real Madrid August 12, 2006
Vermont No data
Virginia 21,319 University of Richmond Stadium (Richmond) Duke vs. Wisconsin (NCAA Final) December 10, 1995
Washington 67,385 CenturyLink Field (Seattle) Seattle Sounders FC vs. Portland Timbers (MLS) August 25, 2013
West Virginia No data
Wisconsin 31,237 Miller Park (Milwaukee) Chivas Guadalajara vs. Swansea City July 16, 2014
Wyoming No data
And here's two of the territories that I could find information on.
Territory Attendance Stadium Teams Date
District of Columbia 58,012 RFK Memorial Stadium (Washington, D.C.) United States vs. Portugal (Olympics) July 24, 1996
Puerto Rico 12,993 Estadio Juan Ramón Loubriel (Bayamón) Puerto Rico Islanders vs. Los Angeles Galaxy (CCL) August 4, 2010
And not to leave out our Canadian neighbors, here's the list by province and territory.
Province Attendance Stadium Teams Date
Alberta 53,058 Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) Canada vs. China / New Zealand vs. Netherlands (Women's WC) June 6, 2015
British Columbia 60,342 BC Place Stadium (Vancouver) Vancouver Whitecaps vs. Seattle Sounders (NASL) June 20, 1983
Manitoba 32,716 Investors Group Field (Winnipeg) Australia vs. Nigeria / United States vs. Sweden (Women's WC) June 12, 2015
New Brunswick 13,138 Moncton Stadium France vs. Colombia / England vs. Mexico (Women's WC) June 13, 2015
Newfoundland and Labrador ~13,000 King George V Park Canada vs. Honduras (WC Qualifying) September 14, 1985
Nova Scotia No data
Ontario 50,158 SkyDome (Toronto) Celtic vs. Roma July 31, 2004
Prince Edward Island No data
Quebec 71,617 Olympic Stadium (Montreal) East Germany vs. Poland (Olympics) July 31, 1976
Saskatchewan 2,500 Mosaic Stadium (Regina) Regina All-Stars vs. Scottish F.A. Select June 6, 1921
Northwest Territories No data
Nunavut No data
Yukon No data
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