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Paul Wallis

Editor-at-Large based in Sydney, Australia. Joined on May 27, 2007
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aka Wanderlaugh
I am Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for Op-Eds.
General nuisance and inner city gargoyle. I write books, (I've published 12 on Amazon and one on Smashwords. I play music, do graphics, and am roughly about that antisocial. I may well be literature's answer to Gidget.
Ah... what was the question, though?
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Paul Wallis said:
... botulism by other means, etc? Parkinson's is at epidemic levels. If this is a root cause, it's incredibly important.
In News: Parkinson’s disease linked to gut bacteria
Paul Wallis said:
... irrelevant, yet it's the basis of policy and ideology. Not unlike the Titanic crew deciding the water isn't cold.
In News: Op-Ed: Climate change denial wading in sewage in Miami
Paul Wallis posted Op-Ed: Climate change denial wading in sewage in Miami
Paul Wallis said:
... to do these exercises. Hyperbolic reasoning, I know, but the patients are supposed to have a chance of survival....?
In News: Standing on one leg for 20 seconds can predict stroke risk
Paul Wallis said:
... When would someone have to do that, and how did they discover it was a diagnostic tool, is what I want to know.
In News: Standing on one leg for 20 seconds can predict stroke risk
Paul Wallis said:
... studies, too. Anti-inflammatories slowing down aging, OK, but all in one easily marketable package? Bit too cute.
In News: Study: Ibuprofen could add 12 extra years of healthy life span
Paul Wallis said:
... to me. I'd like to see more than a "Wow, our product is great" thing with more case studies and comparisons.
In News: Study: Ibuprofen could add 12 extra years of healthy life span
Paul Wallis posted Op-Ed: UK paedophile ring — Dodging the apocalypse, but for how long?
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