“…In conclusion, only two clinical studies have used PEMF therapy for cancer treatment. These studies show that PEMF therapy is safe and promising compared to other available cancer therapies. In the future, PEMFs could be used not only as primary therapy but also in combination with other common antineoplastic therapies. Given that new portable and affordable PEMF devices are increasingly available on the market, future controlled clinical studies are expected to further determine the potential of PEMF therapy in oncology….”

Boldface and italics are mine. It’s a little late, so I’m not commenting on this article.

Somebody on IHUB posted it.

I do not think this has anything to do (specifically) with recent price action in Bioelectronics (BIEL) stock which has probably more to do with pending marketing and licensing agreements. The stock price has doubled from early December. The thing with the NHS in England is a game changer. This technology, I predict, will have popular acceptance in England before the USA. Not for nothing is that country the birthplace of Doctor Who.

I am still stoked from that Pain Gear ad I linked to earlier last week.

Here is my theory as to why good stocks will do well on really bad days in the market. I have actually bought a stock based on that theory. I bought a stock called Jazz Pharmaceuticals because it went upon a day in 2008 when the market dropped a 1000 points. JAZZ doubled a week later, and I sold at about 7 bucks a share, feeling good.

Last time I had the heart to check, JAZZ was about 150 dollars a share.

A good stock will go up on a bad day because Big Money understands something–if all stocks become worthless, game over. As long as the game is on, one must assume the markets will continue.

Sp, on a day markets drop precipitously, a good stocks might rise, if its potential is woefully underrealized because shareholders are selling for margin calls on other stocks, so the float gets higher and it is a chance for accumulation.

This is a bit anecdotal, but if the top gainers on terrible days in especially the AMEX were tracked, I bet most have done really well.

Not a lot of people read this blog, so I try to reward those who do in some way.

I shared some gold investing advice a while back, based on the idea that when short term gold lease rates exceed the long term rates, specifically the 1 day rate exceeding the 1 year, a spike in gold is imminent. I based it on analysis of the gold lease rates published on Kitco.com, which stopped publishing the rates shortly after I blogged about it.

Anyway, juxtapose a chart of BIEL’s price with the big indices in the past few weeks, and through the instability, BIEL has done well, to my point, just saying.









Pasted below is the Bill of Rights and some other links for easy reference.

Another school shooting has provoked the usual knee jerk response to violate the Second Article of the Bill of Rights, which is:

“Article the fourth… A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

The defenders of infringing this right usually try these arguments:

  1.  Some countries have banned guns and have less school shootings.
  2. Guns are part of American national Identity, which needs to change.

I’ll start with argument #1, because it is compelling on its face, but lacks substance in the real world.

Let’s talk Union Shops. You have seven clothing makers in an area. If they are all owned separately, each employer is in competition with the others for the best employees. Naturally, the best will gravitate to where they are treated best, compensated best, etc. So, the best employer sets a standard by which the others must calibrate how they treat employees.

So it is with countries. If England decided to start brutalizing their best and brightest, at this point, these people have an escape route, America, which for the purposes of this blog will be considered the “union shop”.  People might say “Oh, immigration is being restricted.” That is for the poor and huddled masses. The best and brightest are highly mobile, sought after, and usually have capital.

So there is something to the notion that America is a beacon of human rights. We elevate the rest of the world, because we exist as an escape hatch for the all-stars from other countries. My premise is the best and brightest are always welcome, the immigration rules don’t exist for them. This is real world stuff–we took in Nazi scientists after WW2, as did other countries. The best and the brightest are mobile.

So, by this logic, if America lowers its standards of Freedom, that is restricts the Rights stated in the Constitution, we make countries all over the world more likely to lower their standards as well.

In other words, our Constitution benefits people who don’t live here, but in foreign countries. We act as an example to the rest of the world, and as a threat to countries who treat their best people like garbage.

Argument 2- The reason for the 2nd Amendment is because of America’s cowboy history, and this should change because we are no longer cowboys.

I hear even “conservatives” spout this one, even that British guy who is always on Tucker Carlson. This is completely wrong, and painfully shallow.

The reason for the right to bear arms is the rights to property and free speech depend on it.  Can’t put it any simpler than that. If you disagree, you need to try living in the real world for a while.

What right does our government have to bear arms? Well, the right was allocated to them by the People. If the government does not act in accordance with the Constitution, the People have the duty and necessity to take the right back. After all, it is the lawful right of the People to begin with, otherwise the right could never have been allocated by the People in the first place.

I don’t hunt. I think shooting little animals is barbaric, and would certainly do so for food, but for sport? There are more efficient ways to control the deer population.

I support the Right to bear arms because I don’t trust groups. Individuals I can usually reason with, but the collective is a monster. Look at how governments and corporations act. They cower behind each other and vote heinous acts. The USA government invades countries when jet fuel incinerates structural steel. Madeleine Albright said the death of a half million Iraqi children due to sanctions was “worth it“. What did these deaths accomplish? Why worth it? Did CNN ever have a Town Hall meeting for these half million dead kids? No, of course not.

American kids are different though, you insist, as they force your defenseless, unarmed family into boxcars. I tried to warn you, but you were oh so smart. Look at you now.


This is indeed a good point. Let me propose this–we take a thousand kids who would never, ever, shoot up a school, a 1000 kids who would, survey them as to why, and have real statistical data to support correctives actions to American culture. Violence is a systemic, endemic, cultural problem.

If the data shows that people who won’t shoot up schools have certain commonalities that differentiate them from would-be shooters, can we change the Constitution for that? You never read about committed Christian kids shooting up schools do you? Probably never happen. Should we make Christianity mandatory in schools? FOR THE CHILDREN? Might work.

What about kids who are firebugs, or if they can’t get a gun will get a machete, or make a bomb?  Evil doers find a way. Remember the Weather Underground? Not Christians, but these bomb makers and murderers were committed Communists.

In fact, most of these shooters are Left leaning, at least. I hesitate to say Democrats, because I know many fine people who are Democrats, but if Leftism was outlawed, schools might be safer–FOR THE CHILDREN.

My view of reality is reality based. It gets rough out there. I support the Second Amendment because I honestly believe children have a better chance of remaining free in a society where the average person has the right to bear arms. American Slaves could not bear arms. Ever wonder why? Irish people were forbidden from bearing arms by the British, and not long after was The Great Famine, or Irish Holocaust/Genocide, where fifteen million or so Irish people perished from hunger in a land that was a net producer and exporter of food during the worst of it.

Your life matters, my life matters. Don’t ever think that someone is not out there scheming to take it away from you if they perceive a benefit, or maybe they are just sociopaths who like to kill (it happens).

Live free or die? That is the choice we are faced with, but it is not really a choice. If we renounce our freedom for temporary safety, our physical deaths will soon follow, or the bill for our cowardice will be passed on to our children.

The three laws of Thermodynamics for Dummies:

  1.  You Can’t Win
  2. You Can’t Break Even
  3. You Have to Play

Natural Laws trump human hubris every time.


I have written about this topic before here and here.

Transcription of the 1789 Joint Resolution of Congress Proposing 12 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution

Congress of the United States begun and held at the City of New-York, on Wednesday the fourth of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty nine.

THE Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added: And as extending the ground of public confidence in the Government, will best ensure the beneficent ends of its institution.

RESOLVED by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, two thirds of both Houses concurring, that the following Articles be proposed to the Legislatures of the several States, as amendments to the Constitution of the United States, all, or any of which Articles, when ratified by three fourths of the said Legislatures, to be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of the said Constitution; viz.

ARTICLES in addition to, and Amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America, proposed by Congress, and ratified by the Legislatures of the several States, pursuant to the fifth Article of the original Constitution.

Article the first… After the first enumeration required by the first article of the Constitution, there shall be one Representative for every thirty thousand, until the number shall amount to one hundred, after which the proportion shall be so regulated by Congress, that there shall be not less than one hundred Representatives, nor less than one Representative for every forty thousand persons, until the number of Representatives shall amount to two hundred; after which the proportion shall be so regulated by Congress, that there shall not be less than two hundred Representatives, nor more than one Representative for every fifty thousand persons.

Article the second… No law, varying the compensation for the services of the Senators and Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives shall have intervened.

Article the third… Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Article the fourth… A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

Article the fifth… No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law.

Article the sixth… The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Article the seventh… No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.

Article the eighth… In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.

Article the ninth… In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

Article the tenth… Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

Article the eleventh… The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

Article the twelfth… The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.


Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, Speaker of the House of Representatives
John Adams, Vice-President of the United States, and President of the Senate
John Beckley, Clerk of the House of Representatives.
Sam. A Otis Secretary of the Senate

Posting this for the BIEL sharholders who read this blog.

Let me recap–this might get removed so I will also put a link here.

Asian ads are different–a life insurance ad will be 20 minutes long and tell an entire story.  They are like movie shorts.


Anyway, watch this all the way through, and if as a BIEL shareholder you do not stand up and cheer at the end (metaphorically), then apologies, but perhaps you are not as true blue. This ad rocks. Showing how its done, in any language, kudos, kudos, kudos.

So Obama went wild at some dinner, started insulting Trump, publicly humiliating him.

Trump decided to be President then for certain. I’m sure it’s more complicated than that.

So Trump, knowing a lot about media, marketing, and how to get things done in the private sector, hires experts who use advanced statistical software and analysis to formulate what are the top ten core policy positions he needs to win in an increasingly factionalized America.

While Hillary was in the weeds with her buddies about bathrooms for transgenders, Trump was focused on stuff like jobs, national debt, and border security. His rivals saw what he was doing, but were powerless, literally victims of their own rhetoric, boxed in by years of vacuous platitudes on issues these sellouts barely understood.

The only one running besides Trump whose head wasn’t permanently stuck in the clouds was Bernie Sanders, picked by the DNC to provide symbolic opposition to Hillary, and to make sure no one on the Liberal side could run to Hillary’s Left on Israel.

That backfired, as the old codger would have beaten her if she hadn’t rigged it. Bernie probably would have beaten Trump as well, so Hillary, like Gollum, did have a positive role to play in the end.

So in this view, Trump got ahead of a powerful political wave. The wave was coming, but Trump plays a role in directing it.

So, Bernie Sanders could still be President. Unfortunately, his future rests on the prospect of a Trump implosion. Trump turned the national debate onto real topics, big ideas, and we are not going back to “A Place Called Hope” bullshit any time soon. We can’t afford it.

So Hillary is done. Ding, dong, the witch is dead.

However, Bernie is a healthy foe. He makes the debate about larger issues, capitalism versus Communism, and let’s hope Trump can make it work, because Commies make Capitalists look like pikers when it comes to genocide.

Trump seems somewhat reconciled with the universe. I don’t feel like he wants power for its own sake, to fill some void in his life. This is definitely a Commie trait, though. I think it is a war of ideas, and ought to be. However, unfortunately, somebody sent a envelope full of poison to his son and daughter in law yesterday.  Treachery is out there. Trump might have to take a few people out before its over.

Trump wanted to be President. You asked for it, you got it, Toyota.

Don Corleone understood power comes at an awesome price. I’m glad Trump is President, but this is a vicious game he’s in.  I wish him and his family well.  Let’s hope decent, basically moral people have the stones to fight back like they have to.

*As usual,  a BIEL section.

I don’t participate in IHUB. These people tout the stock as it rises and falls, then after the fact boast about all the money they made flipping it. I only flipped enough the last time it ran up to pay for what insurance didn’t cover for an eye surgery I had. No regrets there.

My point is, I am pretty honest shareholder, and have enough shares that if does make even a small move I will make some dough. I do expect a major news in the not too distant future, and it might not be good. The FDA could reject the Back Pain application, and hence, general approval. If this happens, some people on IHUB will know before the the information is generally public. They are good at this, and organized.

The SEC could go against BIEL on a case pending.

Shareholders who hold are taking a chance. Now, an element on IHUB is touting a reverse split. This is a pointless dagger in the heart, since reverse splits don’t work for shareholders unless there is a major reason, such as restructuring to get on NASDAQ. If a reverse split makes no mathematical difference, as the proponents say, then why do it? The real answer to that should frighten serious investors. So the people touting it are just that–touts.

I expect the next big news to be positive, and it could be followed by better news. If the company is so desperate to do a reverse split, which a weak company does to raise more money by being able to start diluting again, then just sell it. A big company will want restructuring, but that will be their issue.

Now, the specter of the reverse split is raised right before a possible run up–they want you to sell, or not buy, as they buy. This is a business, and it sucks, but it is better than the Gulag.



DewmBoom Member Level Wednesday, 02/07/18 10:55:00 PM
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New Article About Actipatch, but look at the cheap trick the author is using. I think this practice by the author is illegal. This should be brought to the attention of Biel.

Drug-Free Alternative to Opioids for Pain Therapy
by Kimberly Houston | January 31, 2018 | General News, Health | 0 comments


The article eventually links to a high priced competitor of BIEL’s. Comments are blocked, The writer, Kimberly Houston, should have a little more pride and not allowed her work to be used by the unscrupulous. I have asked them politely to fix the link and apologize, but as always, the games continue.
It smacks of desperation. I sincerely advocate people to be aware that the regulatory hurdles were rectified last time, and the FDA is reviewing the data for full, General Clearance for pain.
This is electronic aspirin.


Greetings, Friends.

Typically, the DOW is supposed to rise after the NFC wins, but maybe the improbable win of the Eagles, more surprising than President Trump’s victory, was too unexpected for Fate to factor in.

Anyway, the Dow has fallen about 10% in two days, at its low point. It actually sounds worse if you think of total points.

The usual caveats abound, such as the market was due for a correction, but following this closely, Trump found out who runs the financial system, and it’s not him.

It’s the Federal Reserve. Andrew Jackson was right, we’ve got to kill the central bank or we will never be a sovereign people. Long standing policy of this blog, and the basis for my long and ardent support of Ron Paul’s somewhat quixotic campaigns. Paul was a perfect gentleman, so the minions of the Deep State devoured him.

Trump is the natural response of Americans who supported Paul and were robbed. Trump has definite thug tendencies, and he may yet pull a few rabbits out of the hat. The Deep State knows Trump has one real weapon–Twitter. They never banked on anybody having a direct line to the American People.

In my view, the Deep State is striking back against the potential prosecution of its minions in the FBI. The Steele Dossier referenced in the last blog here was penned by a notorious bullshit artist, most famous for peddling a yarn about Putin blowing a 100,000 dollars and poisoning half of London with radioactive polonium, all to kill some lowlife ex KGB spy who did odd jobs fort he oligarchy. Steele is a creature of the oligarchs and is servicing his master’s still. The Media pushed that story like they were trying to hit a quota of maximum saturation, regardless of plausibility, and history repeats with this new fake Russian Dossier story.

On another note, BIEL actually went up a little on light volume today. On an awful day, look and see what stocks went up. Without getting into why, it’s very bullish.

A lifelong Eagles fan, that is to say, a lifelong object of mockery of my football judgement, I feel like the world has been turned on its axis with their unexpected victory. We’re through the looking glass. Expect the unexpected.




Reading Butler’s Lives Of The Saints a bit. Fascinating stuff. Days which seem to have some numerological significance often do in these tomes. 2-2 is Candlemas Day, the day upon which Mary presented herself at the temple for ritual purification. Having a child makes you unclean under Jewish Law, 40 days for boys and 80 days if you had a girl.

So, forty days ago, Jesus was born, by this logic. I calculate December 24th, actually, so I’m a bit lost on the issue.

Mary respected the Law, though technically outside of it, so she made the poor person sacrifice of two turtledoves (or two pigeons, the text did not specify). The whole thing is  fascinating. The first born child is consecrated unto the Lord, so essentially could actually be sacrificed until a ransom of five shekels was paid to the priests. This was an awesome power to hold over people, more than comparable to the power of any modern day cult I ever heard of.

One interpretation of the golden calf story relating to Moses was the people compiled all the gold to make a calf sacrifice to God so their children would no longer be required. Who knows? I feel like a tyro with all this. I grew up in the modern Church–the nuns still hit you, but they played guitars. I may revisit this with some further research.

Now, onto the Memo Day mishkadenza. Now, lest we forget, the Steel Dossier started out as a Jeb Bush project, which got passed on to the Clinton Campaign.

The issue is this–you get phone taps based on evidence you paid somebody to make up, and you know its made up. This is it in a nutshell.

Remember how they mocked Trump for saying his phone was tapped? Today marked the day they have been walking back their initial ridicule to. This is real blatant.  They were using tax dollars to get Hillary elected. She doesn’t seem to be directly implicated. What the FBI would do to little people is get somebody for something and threaten them until they flip, then use the squealer to start a prosecution. Loretta Lynch, Obama, Hillary, these aren’t little people. They may be little in character, but the FBI isn’t designed to go after the powerful.

Still, some good will come out of it. The heat is off Trump over this ginned up Russia thing. Evidence collected illegally is not admissible in court, and these wiretaps were illegal.  It will also give Trump moral standing to start firing some key people, end game firing Mueller.

Gotta say, though, it’s depressing to get a glimpse behind the curtain and see how the machine works, albeit briefly.

The FDA has also been beset by scandals and rife with cronyism, as this blog has described many times. However, with Trump you might get the will to approve new treatments, not drugs, maybe General Clearance for the ActiPatch soon.

Trump is like Napoleon, somebody who seized opportunity and rose to measurably change the world as an individual. I thought the recent State of the Union Speech was tremendous. The man understands theatricality.

Sometimes I write here to keep a record of the day, just a string of free associations which will remind of a particular state of mind.  February 2nd, 2018 was an interesting day.