Sunday, October 31, 2010

Response To: Lowell's Trusted Expert: Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

Dated: Wednesday, October 20, 2010
The referenced to nameless faceless blogspot. Using my name for an url; which is false impersonation.

Lets get started.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny Home Page - Quick reference. More will be below on the page.

Costner in the above blog page, made this statement right here.

Ok, so let's examine what Lowell considers to be "one of the best speakers out there" and see if she has the research to back up her claims.  I'm an open-minded guy, so I'm willing to give her the benefit of the doubt on the issue.  If this Dr. Tenpenny has any legitimate science to support her theories or if she has some peer-reviewed studies published which support her claims, I'm more than willing to concede that there may be merit in some of the claims made by the anti-vaccination movement.

Well if this guy were honest he would be as to that statement - conceding right now. I am about to prove that as a fact.

He also made these bogus statements right here.

I think the answer is clear.  As with the vast majority of anti-vaccination conspiracy theorists, this Dr. Tenpenny is less concerned about vaccine safety or health, and more concerned about making a few bucks off of the scientifically and medically illiterate types who buy into her shell game.
I'm not about to dissect every single article written by Tenpenny, but the simple fact is they are merely articles and not science.  Not only does Tenpenny not reference any of her own peer-reviewed studies, in many cases she doesn't even cite any studies by anyone else, thus I have no idea why Mr. Hubbs would consider this to be scientific in nature.

So lets go back to Lowell's quote where he stated that Tenpenny is "one of the best speakers out there".  Tenpenny might be a riveting speaker, and she might even be popular among the anti-vaccination crowd, but how exactly does that give credence to what she says?  Does she have any science to back up her statements?  No.  Does she have any peer-reviewed studies published which can prove vaccines are harmful?  No.  Does she have case studies showing the differences between vaccinated and non-vaccinated children?  No.  Does she have double-blind clinical trials showing long-term effects of vaccinations upon the health of a child or adult?  No.

So what does she have exactly?  Well aside from some DVDs and supplements, I guess I don't really know.  Anyone can claim they are an expert as Tenpenny does, but the facts simply don't support that viewpoint.  As to anyone having to refute Tenpenny's claims, once again I feel the need to point out how the simple concept of proof works.  It is not my duty to refute anything Tenpenny has said as the burden of proof is upon her.  That means Tenpenny needs to provide real science in order to support her claims, yet it appears she is either unwilling or unable to do so, thus her claims are without merit.

I have noticed that Mr. Hubbs often relies upon the fallacy of argument from ignorance, as he often places the burden of such proof upon the refutation rather than on the proof of assertion.  Obviously if Mr. Hubbs cannot understand how legitimate debate actually works, it is doubtful we will ever make any headway, but at the very least it remains extremely easy to show examples of his ignorance.

However that isn't how real arguments work, and if Mr. Hubbs had more than a high school education he might know that.  The duty to prove a claim in this case rests upon the person making the claim as if a person makes an ontologically positive claim, there is a heavily weighted burden of proof placed upon that claim.

Thus, in this case the only acceptable level of supporting evidence comes in the form of science - and that is the fact that Mr. Hubbs and so many of his fellow anti-vaccination conspiracy theorists continually ignore.  Therefore until Tenpenny or Mr. Hubbs can actually provide some level of scientific evidence to support any of their theories, those theories will remain just what they are... unsupported opinion.  Perhaps one day Mr. Hubbs will learn what a valid argument really is, and perhaps one day he will understand complex concepts such as philosophic burden of proof, but until then he will remain nothing other than a anti-vaccination conspiracy theorist.

The Above From: A Heretic’s View of Influenza’s Role in Health and Disease
Article by Dr Sherri Tenpenny


Vitamin D

From the above claims it appears Costner feels there is no proof of the germ theory being wrong, and as well as modern medicine medicine being wrong in that regard. I am not about to reference all the endless information proving the germ theory to be the wrong way to approach health care; but you can easily see that to not be the case, if you take the time to review the real history of modern medicine and what was known from the beginning. Pasteur was not correct. Becamp was right; but do not expect that to be found in your medical text books it has all been removed, and any trace of that real history and its people involved with and at the time the origins of modern medicine were being created.

Most people today have never heard of the concepts of the soil and the seed. This was a major controversy in Pasteur's day. On Pasteur's death bed he is said to have conceded, it was the soil not the seed. If you have no knowledge of this, it is actually the basis of all real health care. However drugs and vaccines could not be sold for millions in profits were that to be acknowledged. The early Rockefellers knew this and capitalized on it, providing large sums of money to all medical schools beginning in the 30's with a strict protocol that only a drug or vaccine could cure or prevent disease. All else was to be considered quackery and selling snake oil. We can see where that false premise has lead us today! A largely failed system of health care with no real cures to anything but chemical attempts at managing the symptoms. "You can not heal with poison"!, Charolotte Gerson, Gerson Institute. Healing Cancer From the Inside Out - DVD.

History of Medicine

Now, what you have here are Costners claims, and they are clearly evidence of false claims to the following things. He states that he has reviewed Dr Tenpennys site, and found no evidence that there were any peer reviewed studies nor any science there to support her claims. Lie number one! For openners lets look at the following articles off that site. Look at the number of studies and peer reviewed studies that are referenced to on the sites and links to that information she Dr.Tenpenny) puts forth. Remember again, that he stated the following! 

I'm an open-minded guy, so I'm willing to give her the benefit of the doubt on the issue.  If this Dr. Tenpenny has any legitimate science to support her theories or if she has some peer-reviewed studies published which support her claims, I'm more than willing to concede that there may be merit in some of the claims made by the anti-vaccination movement.
So now lets go to the review of a little of that actual information as to the books and DVD's that Dr. Tenpenny has published and put forth. How much science is there?

It states right here that in her book information below, that the book, Saying Know to Vaccines, contains;

350 + medical references documenting vaccine problems.

but he as well he conveniently ignored that. She also references many CDC documents. He lied!

Saying Know To Vaccines - book information.

Lets then go look at some of the science referenced to here and peer reviewed studies as to the lack of effectiveness of flu vaccines below, and in all age groups including pregnant women. Full referenced to trusted journals.

Home Page - Dr. Sherri Tenpenny

About Dr Tenpenny and her mission and interests at Osteomed.
The Osteomed Site - Dr Sherri Tenpenny

About Dr Tenpenny.


Mothering Magazine- Dr. Tenpenny

The Truth About the Flu Shot
By Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO

The Truth about Flu Shots in Pregnancy
By Dr Sherri Tenpenny
FOWL! Bird flu—What it’s really all about

Now we also have Costner admitting that he has never actually heard Dr. Tenpenny speak at any point ever! We also have Costner admitting he has never reviewed any books she has written nor any of the DVD's she has produced. So, therefore how does he know if there is any science and peer reviewed studies within that information? You can already see that in his claims that he lied about that as well, and as to what was on her site. You see he has never reviewed the work of Mary Tocco as well, and he makes the same false claims as to her research. Neither of these woman do anything but quote the science and the studies; you will realize that if you have any honest involvement in knowing what they put forth. You see this is Costners main game, and always was; lying and repeated denial of all that is there; and as to what he has been shown. 

Ok, so lets look at a few more of Costners statements in this said blog!!!

This quote seems to call into question the germ theory first discovered by Louis Pasteur which has been accepted and proven as scientific fact.  However most anti-vaccination types don't like the idea that germs can cause disease as they feel the body should be able to heal itself naturally or via spinal adjustments, and since they don't have any way to treat germs or bacteria, they instead simply reject the idea.  Granted they don't have any science to support these views, but what else is new.
Tenpenny may feel viruses aren't a big deal or that the flu is actually natures way of healing the body, but that doesn't really help the estimated 200,000 people a year who are hospitalized due to flu-related complications or the 3,000 to 49,000 people who die from the flu each year.  I'm sure it would be so comforting to these people if they knew their bodies were merely trying to heal themselves, and thus their death was actually a way for their bodies to get stronger.... wait - how does that help if they are dead exactly?

So back to the bigger issue here - who exactly is this Dr. Tenpenny?  Well according to the bio on her website Dr. Tenpenny is a graduate of the University of Toledo and she received her medical training at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Nothing so amazing here thus far and honestly I don't even have a problem with Osteopaths, so I'm not even trying to pick on her.  She goes on to say that she was board certified in Emergency Medicine through 2005 (which begs the question why she is no longer board certified) and has been board certified in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine since 1995.

This is where it starts to get a little shaky, because "Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine" or OMM is where a doctor not only examines the physical aspects of a patient, but the emotional, mental, and even spiritual as well.  That in itself is all fine, but it seems Tenpenny has shifted focus and is drifting away from traditional medicine (which may explain why she is no longer board certified in Emergency Medicine).  One thing of note is how Tenpenny actually uses space on her CV to openly state that she acts as a consultant to many law firms on vaccine injury cases.  Classy, but I guess when you no longer practice real medicine you need to find other ways of building up the bank account, and what better way than acting as a hired gun to a big law firm who is seeking class action status for a few vaccine injury cases?

It seems that Costner conveniently ignored posting this section of the information. Nothing but a false and personal attack on all sources of alternative information and people. As always, with very little to no address; much more an honest address of the actual information itself. It seems that Costner the author of the said referenced to blog is an accomplished flat out lier! How would I know that; I have of course battled his lies elsewhere as well.

Background and Training
Dr. Tenpenny is a graduate of the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio.  She received her medical training at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri.  Dr. Tenpenny was board certified in Emergency Medicine through 2005 and has been board certified in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine since 1995.

Prior to her career in alternative medicine, Dr. Tenpenny served as director of the Emergency Department at Blanchard Valley Regional Hospital Center in Findlay, Ohio, from 1987 to 1995. In 1994, she and a partner opened OsteoMed, a medical practice in Findlay limited to the specialty of osteopathic manipulative medicine.

In 1996, Dr. Tenpenny moved to Strongsville, Ohio, and founded OsteoMed II, expanding her practice and her vision of combining the best of conventional and alternative medicine. In 2004, OsteoMed move to Middleburg Heights, Ohio where the clinic currently resides. Osteomed is proud to report that patients from 38 states and 9 countries have come to the clinic to get well.

Read the remainder of the article page here, About Dr. Tenpenny

Full CVC,%20no%20dates.pdf

Quite obviously she has a very good background as to mainstream medical education, She clearly chose to become an Osteopath because of the ways in which would allow her to practice in a more holistic manner, and thus getting to the real causes of peoples medical problems. Obviously as well because of main stream medicine not having the track record it should have in those areas. But then why would Costner care about that when his mission is suppression of of all alternative means to health.

So being I can not, and do not have the means to put her said video and book information up on this blog; which he took advantage of that factor in his blog , as a means to claim no proof nor science exists in her information to back up her claims. Lets then look at some more of her information that IS publicly available.

Pandemic Flu Online. I understand Dr Tennpenny is also directly connected to this very good and informational site as well.

Vaccines: The Risks, The Benefits, The Choices 1/18

These are the first three of 18 segments to these videos. And Costner claims she has no science to back her claims against vaccines? Amazing. And this guy claims to have it all correct in whatever he claims to! Amazing. he wants you to remain a dumb sheeple like him. He doesn't want any parent going asking questions at their pediatrician or doctors office; because of what they read on either. He is an assassin of truth. If he only had given his identity here, we would likely and could clearly see and learn what is behind it all.

Index of the above:

NaturalNews Publishes Revealing Interview with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, Author of "Saying No to Vaccines"

Health Ranger Show #75: Interview with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny on the Dangers of Vaccines.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, author of "Saying No to Vaccines" shares revolting details of what vaccines are made of, how they harm human health and why Big Pharma keeps pushing them on everybody. Interviewed by Mike Adams, editor of the Natural News website, the second largest natural health web site;, being the first.

The MMR Vaccine: To Do? Or NOT to Do? by Dr. Tenpenny

Say No to Vaccines: Dr. Sherri Tenpenny In-studio with Alex Jones

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Flu Vaccines - What's Coming Through That Needle 1 thru 3


Another Source.
Video: Dr. Sherri Tenpenny – Flu Vaccines – What’s Coming Through That Needle

Dr. Tenpenny presents 1/7 - Swine Flu and Governments' Grab for Power. A seven part series.

VB Pertussis

Testimonial sherry tenpenny 1

Enhanced Interrogation: DR. SHERRI J. TENPENNY
Vaccine Awareness Activist

I don't know what you think, but I think Dr. Sherri Tenpenny has her shit together as to these issues, and that is no lie!!!

Regardless of how mislead the said replied to and referenced to blog tries to keep the public. The blog that used someone else's name than their own for the url; mine. What goes around comes around.

The website of the author of this blog.

Another great informational site.

How Independent Are Vaccine Defenders?

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