Sunday, 24 March 2019

Anti-Democracy marchers in London.

Protesters at the People's Vote march

How a million misguided anti-democracy marchers made a fool of themselves and ignored the reality of the  EU approach to freedom of speech of demanding marchers must ID themselves first before they can march, and, French troops given live rounds when facing marchers, is this the future UK people want?  The collective madness of those who want to stay in the European Union is out of control.

The UK democracy is based on 'first past the post.' in that the candidates or issues that gain the most support win the day, in the USA this follows that same premise (to an extent!).  What we see in the UK is those that LOSE the vote demanding re-runs because they didn't like losing.  ONLY in the UK does this happen because their political representatives (For or against), have refused to respect the vote, their party, their leadership, or accept any sort of deal except one they cannot agree on, nor the EU will anyway.

The response has been 'let us keep voting until the result is with the minority'.  Stay and accept the UK no longer runs itself, and pays billions for the privilege whilst Germany and France carved up the spoils?  The UK saw no 28 European reps just videos of Mrs Merkle and Macon.  We know who really runs the EU, a defeated 3rd Reich.  We cannot stay in the EU? and we cannot leave?  What sort of decision is that...  The UK could face street strife as a result.  Why vote if politicians have no intention of respecting it?  London isn't the UK. 17m voted to leave.

The Echo...

Trial to reverse deafness to start soon...

World first transplanted middle ear.



Cured the deaf.  Those who are afflicted with deafness usually have no choice but to live with it. Granted hearing aids have improved greatly over the years, but in terms of a full-on cure, that is still something a little out of reach, or at least until recently. 

According to a press release put out by the South African Government (via Disclose.TV), it seems that doctors in the region have performed the first-ever middle ear transplant which in turn has cured a patient of deafness. Through the use of 3D printed middle ear bones developed by Professor Mashudu Tshifularo and his team at the University of Pretoria (UP) Faculty of Health, it seems that they have successfully cured the deafness of the patient involved, allowing him to hear again after his middle ear was damaged in a car accident. 

According to Tshifularo, “By replacing only the ossicles that aren’t functioning properly, the procedure carries significantly less risk than known prostheses and their associated surgical procedures. We will use titanium for this procedure, which is biocompatible. We use an endoscope to do the replacement, so the transplant is expected to be quick, with minimal scarring.” The best part about this surgery is that it can be performed on anyone and everyone, including new-borns who might be born deaf. 

It also reduces the chance of facial nerve paralysis which can occur if the facial nerve that passes through the middle ear space is damaged during traditional surgery.