Category: Holidays and Observances

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International Longevity Day (Oct 1) is unintentionally ironic

When we rally around a “War of Aging”, like the “War on Cancer” or the “War of Drugs” it is tantamount to saying that we are invested in the eternal existence of cancer or illicit drug use. If we wanted to solve problems, we would call it a “prevention and destruction of cancer” or a “solutions to the problems associated with illicit drug use”. To read about perpetual war, check out this blog.

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Why Memorial Day is a pacifist’s holiday

I suppose the meta message of this post is that although we would never dishonor those who fell in military service, there should still be a discussion of the war they died in was just or even justified. I would argue that to decouple the legitimacy of their actions with the legitimacy of the mission is essential to honoring them.

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It’s World Osteoporosis Day! – But that doesn’t mean it’s a real disease…

Just as people are now broadly questioning the use of cholesterol-lowering drugs, I believe the use of osteoporosis medications will soon be under fire.

• Did you know these bone health drugs work by poisoning one of the two types of cells charged with maintaining bone health?

• Did you know that Vitamin D can cause osteoporosis?

To learn about the root causes of osteoporosis, which lie in stem cell aging, watch this video that I did:

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Honor Columbus on this Day? I’d rather let Washington football fans keep their name…

Many would default to the notion that revisionism of the Columbus story is a politically-correct act of sophistry engaged in by elitists and malcontents. They might argue that any reevaluation of Columbus Day is cynical because there is no absolute standard of good an evil; everything is just a matter of degrees and subject to moral relativism right? I mean Lincoln was probably a racist and MLK had affairs. So why not give Christopher Columbus a bye here?

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