Bechamp Or Pasteur

Bechamp Or Pasteur
Author: Ethel D. Hume
Publsiher: A Distant Mirror
Total Pages: 353
Release: 2017-10-10
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9780980297607

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This volume contains new editions of R. Pearson's 'Pasteur: Plagiarist, Imposter' and E. Hume's 'Bechamp or Pasteur?'. Together, these texts cover both Louis Pasteur and Antoine Béchamp, and the reasons behind the troubled relationship that they shared for their entire working lives.

Bechamp Or Pasteur

Bechamp Or Pasteur
Author: E. Douglas Hume
Publsiher: Health Research Books
Total Pages: 314
Release: 2003-02
Genre: Education
ISBN: 0787311286

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1932 a lost chapter in the history of biology. Contents: Antoine Bechamp; the Mystery of Fermentation; a Babel of Theories; Pasteur's Memoirs of 1857; Bechamp's Beacon Experiment; Claims & contradictions; the Soluble Ferment; Rival Theories & Wo.

The Blood and its Third Element

The Blood and its Third Element
Author: Antoine Bechamp
Publsiher: A Distant Mirror
Total Pages: 295
Release: 2020-05-19
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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The Blood and its Third Element is Béchamp’s explanation of his position, and his defense of it against Pasteur’s mischief. This final major work of Béchamp’s embodies the culmination of his life’s research. This book contains, in detail, the elements of the microzymian theory of the organization of living organisms and organic materials. It has immediate and far reaching relevance to the fields of immunology, bacteriology, and cellular biology; and it shows that more than 100 years ago, the germ, or microbian, theory of disease was demonstrated by Béchamp to be without foundation. There is no single cause of disease. The ancients thought this, and Béchamp proved it and was written out of history for his trouble. The relevance of his work to the dilemmas that plague modern medical science remains as yet unrealized. CONTENTS Publisher’s Preface Translator’s Preface Author’s Preface Introductory and Historical Chapter 1 — On the nature of fibrin isolated from the clot or obtained by whipping the blood. — The blood fibrin. — Fibrinous microzymas. — Fibrin and oxygenated water. — The ferment of fibrin. Chapter 2 — On the actual specific individuality of the albuminoid proximate principles. — The albuminoids. — Coagulation. — The albuminoids of the fibrin. — The albuminoids of the serum. — Haemoglobin. Haemoglobin and oxygenated water. Chapter 3 — The state of the fibrin in the blood at the moment of venesection. — The fibrin without microzymas. — The haematic microzymian molecular granulations. Chapter 4 — The real structure of the red blood globule. — The microzymas of the blood globules. — The blood globules in general. Chapter 5 — The real nature of the blood at the moment of bleeding. — The living parts of the blood protoplasm. — The unchangeable character of mixtures of proximate principles. — The vitellin microzymas and the blood globules. — The vascular system. Chapter 6 — The real chemical, anatomical and physiological meaning of the coagulation of the shed blood. — Coagulation of the blood. — The blood of the horse. — The serum of the blood. — Coagulation of blood diluted with water. — Second phase of the spontaneous alteration of the blood in calcined air. — Oxygen has no share in the destruction of the globules in the defibrinated blood. — Spontaneous alteration of flesh. Spontaneous alteration of milk. — Fermentation of the egg. — Spontaneous destruction of the cellule of yeast. — Spontaneous destruction of tissues. — Spontaneous alteration of the blood. Chapter 7 — The blood is a flowing tissue and therefore spontaneously alterable. — Pasteur and the germs of the air. — Robin and the alteration of the blood. — Microzymas and spores of schizomycetes. — Microzymas and micrococcus. — The microzymas and the circulatory system. — Comparison of the microzymas of the blood, the circulatory system, and other tissues. — Autonomy of the microzymas. Chapter 8 — The microzymas and bacteriology. — Ovular and vitellin microzymas. — Microzymas and molecular granulations. — Geological microzymas. — Biological characteristics of microzymas. — Microzymas and their perennity. — Microzymas and pathology. Phagocytosis. — Microzymas and anthrax. Microzymas and disease. — Microzymas and microbes. — Microzymas and the individual coefficient. — Microzymas, life and death. — Microzymas, blood and protoplasm. — Conclusions.

Pasteur Plagiarist Impostor

Pasteur  Plagiarist  Impostor
Author: R. B. Pearson
Publsiher: Health Research Books
Total Pages: 156
Release: 1996-09
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 0787306622

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1942 the Germ Theory Exploded. Contents: Preface; Prior History of the Germ Theory; Bechamp; Pasteur & Fermentation; Vinous Fermentation; Bechamp's Microzymas or Little Bodies; Silk Worm Disease - Another Steal; Pasteur Also a Faker - Antisepsis.

The Blood and Its Third Anatomical Element

The Blood and Its Third Anatomical Element
Author: Antoine Béchamp
Publsiher: Health Research Books
Total Pages: 266
Release: 1911
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 0787311634

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Health Research Books reprint (with new foreword) of the 1912 translation which was published in London by John Ouseley Limited.

The Private Science of Louis Pasteur

The Private Science of Louis Pasteur
Author: Gerald L. Geison
Publsiher: Princeton University Press
Total Pages: 418
Release: 2014-07-14
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781400864089

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In The Private Science of Louis Pasteur, Gerald Geison has written a controversial biography that finally penetrates the secrecy that has surrounded much of this legendary scientist's laboratory work. Geison uses Pasteur's laboratory notebooks, made available only recently, and his published papers to present a rich and full account of some of the most famous episodes in the history of science and their darker sides--for example, Pasteur's rush to develop the rabies vaccine and the human risks his haste entailed. The discrepancies between the public record and the "private science" of Louis Pasteur tell us as much about the man as they do about the highly competitive and political world he learned to master. Although experimental ingenuity served Pasteur well, he also owed much of his success to the polemical virtuosity and political savvy that won him unprecedented financial support from the French state during the late nineteenth century. But a close look at his greatest achievements raises ethical issues. In the case of Pasteur's widely publicized anthrax vaccine, Geison reveals its initial defects and how Pasteur, in order to avoid embarrassment, secretly incorporated a rival colleague's findings to make his version of the vaccine work. Pasteur's premature decision to apply his rabies treatment to his first animal-bite victims raises even deeper questions and must be understood not only in terms of the ethics of human experimentation and scientific method, but also in light of Pasteur's shift from a biological theory of immunity to a chemical theory--similar to ones he had often disparaged when advanced by his competitors. Through his vivid reconstruction of the professional rivalries as well as the national adulation that surrounded Pasteur, Geison places him in his wider cultural context. In giving Pasteur the close scrutiny his fame and achievements deserve, Geison's book offers compelling reading for anyone interested in the social and ethical dimensions of science. Originally published in 1995. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

The Dream Lie of Louis Pasteur

The Dream   Lie of Louis Pasteur
Author: Trung Nguyen,R.B. Pearson
Publsiher: EnCognitive.com
Total Pages: 286
Release: 2018-01-19
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781927091517

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NEW COVID-19 CHAPTER! "The Dream & Lie of Louis Pasteur" is the 21st book in the "History of Vaccination" series. The 25 books in the “History of Vaccination” series shed light on the history of vaccines through the eyes of doctors, scientists, and historical data. They answer the pressing question, “Are vaccines safe and effective?” The 25 books in the “History of Vaccination” series are: 1) The Poisoned Needle: Suppressed Facts About Vaccination Eleanor McBean, PhD, ND 1957 2) A Century of Vaccination and What It Teaches William Scott Tebb, MA, MD, DPH 1898 3) Vaccination: Proved Useless and Dangerous From 45 Years of Registration Statistics Alfred R. Wallace, LLD DUBL., DCL OXON., FRS, etc. 1885 4) Vaccination: Its Fallacies and Evils Robert A. Gunn, MD 1882 5) Compulsory Vaccination: The Crime Against the School Child Chas. M. (Charles Michael) Higgins 1915 6) The Truth about Vaccination and Immunization Lily Loat, secretary of the National Anti-Vaccination League of London 1951 7) Leicester: Sanitation versus Vaccination Its Vital Statistics Compared with Those of Other Towns, the Army, Navy, Japan, and England and Wales By J.T. Biggs, J.P. 1912 8) The Vaccination Question Arthur Wollaston Hutton, MA 1895 9) Vaccination a Delusion: Its Penal Enforcement a Crime Alfred Russel Wallace, LLD DUBL., DCL OXON., FRS, etc. 1898 10) Vaccination a Curse and Menace to Personal Liberty With Statistics Showing Its Dangers and Criminality James Martin Peebles, MD, MA, PhD Tenth Edition, 1913 11) Dr. C.G.G. Nittinger’s Evils of Vaccination C. Charles Schieferdecker, MD 1856 12) The Vaccination Question in the Light of Modern Experience An Appeal for Reconsideration C. Killick Millard, M.D., D.Sc. 1914 13) Jenner and Vaccination: A Strange Chapter of Medical History Charles Creighton, MD 1889 14) The Horrors of Vaccination: Exposed and Illustrated Charles M. Higgins 1919 15) Vaccination: The Story of a Great Delusion William White 1885 16) Vital Statistics in the United States, 1940-1960 Robert D. Grove, Alice M. Hetzel US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 1968 17) The Mandatory Vaccination Plan National Immunization Policy Council 1977 18) The Fraud of Vaccination Walter Hadwen, JP., MD, LRCP., MRCS, LSA From "Truth," January 3, 1923 19) Vaccination a Curse C.W. Amerige, MD 1895 20) Vaccination a Medical Fallacy Alexander Wilder, MD 1879 21) The Dream & Lie of Louis Pasteur Originally Pasteur: Plagiarist, Imposter R.B. Pearson 1942 22) The Vaccination Problem Joseph Swan 1936 23) The Fallacy of Vaccination John Pitcairn, President of the Anti-Vaccination League of America 1911 24) The Case Against Vaccination Walter Hadwen, JP, MD, LRCP, MRCS, LSA 1896 25) A Catalogue of Anti-Vaccination Literature The London Society for the Abolition of Compulsory Vaccination 114 Victoria Street, Westminster 1882, 2018 Never Vaccinate Your Child Lessons from Parents, Doctors, Scientists, Media, and HISTORY Trung Nguyen June 2018

Germ Theory and Its Applications to Medicine on the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery

Germ Theory and Its Applications to Medicine   on the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery
Author: Louis Pasteur
Publsiher: Great Minds Series
Total Pages: 164
Release: 1996
Genre: Literary Collections
ISBN: STANFORD:36105018315817

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Before the introduction of antisepsis and inoculation, people commonly died due to unsanitary conditions in the home, or following surgery or childbirth. Between them, the great scientists Louis Pasteur (1822-1893) and Joseph Lister (1827-1912) extended widely the practice of inoculation and revolutionized medical practice. Pasteur's discovery that living organisms are the cause of fermentation formed the basis of the modern germ theory. Following Pasteur's researches, Lister proceeded to develop his antiseptic surgical methods. These breakthroughs in medicine are to be reckoned among the greatest discoveries of the nineteenth century.