Talking Our Walk

Letters to the Editor

We received a voice message from a reader regarding a book review by Jerry Brown in our April / May ’21 Issue:

Hi, I’m very upset. My concern is about why you didn’t double-check the book, “The Contagion Myth.” This article is totally fake news. I like your magazine but you gave totally wrong information.

Dear Reader,

Thanks so much for picking up Creations Magazine and for taking the time to call us.

We’re always glad to hear from our readers, regardless of one’s position on our editorial content. In fact, we often find comments of dissent to be more valuable. In all likelihood, there are others who share your thoughts, and this gives us a wonderful opportunity to address those concerns: To clarify:

Creations Magazine is not a news publication. We function as a resource for sharing information on a wide-range of subjects that our readers would be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. In fact, if you take a look at our column from April/May you will see we reference this as an introduction to two offerings in that issue. One of them, interestingly enough, is the Book Review by Jerry Brown. Please know that this piece is neither a news story nor an article. It is a book review. Jerry Brown is a long-known and trusted contributor to Creations. Mr. Brown is not offering opinion, but rather reviewing another writer’s work, and relating information contained within. The adult audience in this country is still free to consider information on virtually any topic, and to follow-up with further inquiry or discard entirely. The objective of Creations Magazine is open-minded discourse.

The topic of Exosomes is quite compelling, and in our editorial judgment, is worth an examination—there is a plethora of articles on this subject. Here, are but a few.

Article on Virus Theory vs. Exosome:

Article & Comments:

Article on Exosome Communication:

Article on effects of Exosomes:

And, a few more thoughts by free-thinking people, ourselves included:

  • Science is never settled. Science is constantly proving itself wrong.
  • Science is theory based, and that theory is “accepted” until a new theory comes along and “knocks it out”.
  • Louis Pasteur, father of the “Germ Theory” changed his mind towards the end of his life stating that, “the germ is nothing, the terrain is all.”
  • If one is offended by a theory being proven wrong, then one is not practicing science.
  • We’re repeatedly told to simply “trust the experts,” but as noted by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., “Such advice is both anti-democratic and anti-science. Science is dynamic. ‘Experts’ frequently differ on scientific questions and their opinions can vary in accordance with the demands of politics, power and financial self-interest. Nearly every lawsuit I have ever brought, pitted highly credentialed experts from opposite sides against each other, with all of them swearing under oath to diametrically antithetical positions based on the same set of facts. Science is disagreement; the notion of scientific consensus is oxymoronic.”

Then we received another reader’s perspective:

… Creations Magazine provides a fresh and in-depth look at various topics, often focusing on a combination of trending issues mixed with fantastic, in-depth book reviews, and optimistic spirituality. I find it hopeful, educational, and inspiring…

Deb, Huntington, NY

Peace, and Good Health All-ways,

Neil & Andrea