If not, feel free to forward me on to the correct person! I came across your page during my research for a project for which I am contributor. It is a resource primarily aimed at public health professionals and those with an interest in the field. It provides a comprehensive overview of the public health sector as well as educational avenues. It also illuminates the implications of climate change on public health and directs readers to several organizations which are striving to find solutions for these problems.
I would love to send over more details about this project, and partner with you to have it listed as a resource link on your site. Let me know!
Thanks for your time. I look forward to working with you!
On Wed, May 16, 2012
Ken Adachi wrote:
I'll have o read your material first. Tell me more about climate change and public health and those who wish to solve these problems.
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 3:13 AM, Charlotte Kellogg wrote:
Thanks for your response. The research project I was referring to is
How Public Health Degrees are Adapting to Health Challenges Posed by Climate Change
This is a great resource for students and academics who are concerned with the implications of climate change. I believe the connections it makes between the climate and public health are important for all informed citizens of our world. So naturally, I have contacted you because this is a resource that would be valuable to those who frequently visit your site. Let me know how you think this could work, it would be great to see it listed as a resource for others to refer to.
Thanks for your time. I look forward to hearing back from you soon!
I’m curious if you’ve had a chance to look through my resource and decide on a place where it might fit on your page?
Thanks for the help!
On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 3:26 AM, Charlotte
I hope all is well! I am writing to follow up with you about the resource How Public Health Degrees are Adapting to Health Challenges Posed by Climate Change I sent you a few days back.
Let me know if I can answer any questions for you in regards to it or myself. I look forward to hearing back from you soon!
So far, Chico State University and Holy Cross Libraries, among others, have listed the project as a resource link for students.
All my best,
On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 7:43 AM, Ken Addachi wrote:
I'm really a critic of orthodox medicine, and their institutional outlets.
I'm also a critic of so-called "climate change" It's a political ploy,
orchestrated by hidden players, to manipulate a political and financial
I'll have to pass.
Subject: Re: Public Health Research Project
Date: Sat, August 25, 2012
To: Ken Adachi
Sorry to bother you again. Do you know anyone who may be interested in my work?
I don't want to promote orthodox, establishment medicine. I want to see it go the way of the dinosaurs.
I get the impression that you want to advertise for Public Health schooling to earn diplomas, etc. I assume by getting people to respond and sign up, you earn some sort of commission. However, I'm a critic of the current health care system and its teaching curriculum. It's not health care anyway, it's sickness management. There's a difference. We don't have health care in this country; only institutions of sickness management posing as health care outlets.
Public Health schooling is an extension of the pharmaceutical-based orthodox medical industry and I'm opposed to that industry. Orthodox allopathic medicine is responsible for the deaths of maybe 270,000 people each year in this country who take drugs exactly as prescribed by their allopathic physicians, and die due to taking those drugs. I'm sure that's never discussed in those new adaptive programs you are touting. Hospital error, mostly with prescribed drugs, account for another 250,000 unnecessary deaths each year.
The only climate change we are experiencing is that which is artificially manipulated by the government in order to intentionally create droughts, tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, etc. Global Warming is a hoax perpetuated by the same psychopaths who are bringing you 'climate change.' Anyone who's trying to score points by capitalizing on a contrived deception is just wasting time 'adapting' to a problem that doesn't even exist in Nature.
The only sort of Health Research Project that I'm interested in is the type that supports the curative healing knowledge provided by genuine health research pioneers like Dr Hulda Clark and Dr. Jerry Tennant in their books. It's not necessary to attend a school or earn a diploma or pay tuition. For the price of a large pizza and two beers, I can access a cornucopia of incredible, cutting edge, New Frontier healing information from healers who understand how the body works and can teach you how to quickly rid the body of disease. That's what real 'health care' should be anyway, and will be again, after enough people say goodbye to the allopathic crowd.
You're backing the wrong horse. Learn about what heals the body by studying the books mentioned above and invest your time in supporting something that's beneficial to mankind (and allopathic medicine isn't one of them).
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