Say What? Pokémon Go Now Touted As Solution For "Tackling Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes"
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Contributed by Bernie Suarez
We are now living in an era where almost every piece of "news" either sinks you deeper into the matrix of lies and deceit or it has the opposite effect, it will wake you up even more to the surreal levels of lies and deceit we're all being bombarded with every day now. This next broad and ridiculous medical psyop claim now being made by "Dr Tom Yates", a supposed "specialist diabetes researcher" at the University of Leicester in the UK is no exception. In fact, this latest claim stretches the boundaries of good science and what is supposed to be evidence based medicine to new levels of propaganda lies and deceit.
In an effort to sell the idea that everyone should download Pokémon Go, the new CIA created virtual reality video game that has zombies chasing fake virtual reality characters all around the world while providing the ruling elite with detailed information on locations they would otherwise not be able to reach, Dr Yates resorts to the most broad and meaningless claims that no one should ever take serious. His claims are so broad, unscientific and meaningless that they fall in the area of correlation at best.
Before I expose this latest medical psyop propaganda claim let's consider what a correlation is and how it differs from a causation (as in cause and effect) which is what medicine and science is supposed to be about. Any 2 things can "correlate" without any direct meaningful causation. The following examples are examples of correlations that no one in their right mind would pay attention to yet they do in fact "correlate". All the following sample statements are true but none of them have any scientific or statistically meaningful significance.
A- There is a correlation between daylight and car crashes
B- There is a correlation between breathing and dying
C- There is a correlation between eating ice cream and drowning in the ocean.
D- There is a correlation between having a bank account and dying in a bank robbery.
E- There is a correlation between getting a hair cut and becoming the president of the United States.
You get the picture.
From a statistical standpoint a correlation is defined as
The degree to which two or more attributes or measurements on the same group of elements show a tendency to vary together.
So why am I making such a big deal about establishing what correlation is all about? Because correlation is as scientific as taking a wild guess about something. It has ZERO scientific value and anyone using a correlation to make a scientific or medical claim is lying to you.
Causation, on the other hand, implies that you have proven your scientific hypothesis and shown a direct cause and effect between two items. Nothing you are about to read demonstrates this.
In this latest psyop medical claim Dr Yates states that since Pokémon Go forces you to walk around and walking is considered exercise, and since exercising is said to decrease the chances of type 2 Diabetes, then Pokémon Go can now be viewed as a solution for "tackling rising levels of obesity and type 2 Diabetes". This is about as unscientific and disingenuous a medical claim as it gets. Let's put it this way, using Dr Yate's criteria of what it takes to "tackle" type 2 Diabetes then robbing banks and running from the police is a great way to "tackle" type 2 Diabetes or obesity as well. In fact, if you get shot and killed or whether you end up in jail where you'll have access to free exercise and weight rooms you should probably find in this path a way of "tackling" type 2 Diabetes or obesity, so let's all go rob banks and run from the police right? This is precisely the logic being floated by this latest mainstream media report:
A specialist diabetes researcher sees Pokémon Go -- the virtual character-hunting game with millions of players worldwide -- as an excellent means of tackling rising levels of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Pokémon Go has now piqued the interest of the medical world. The smartphone-based character-hunting craze that's sweeping the world has caught the attention of a researcher at the University of Leicester, UK, specializing in international diabetes research. In fact, Dr Tom Yates sees the application as a potential means of tackling sedentary lifestyles and obesity, which can lead to type 2 diabetes.
One of the main recommendations in the prevention and treatment of diabetes is regular physical exercise, totaling at least two and a half hours per week.
A previous study from the University of Leicester, published in the journal Diabetes Care, concluded that integrating five-minute breaks every half hour into inactive lifestyles during prolonged periods of sitting significantly reduced blood sugar and insulin levels. The breaks were used to introduce five minutes of walking or other forms of movement. Pokémon Go is an interesting solution since players can cover several kilometers without even realizing.
According to Dr Tom Yates, "If there is something out there which is getting people off the sofa and pounding the streets then this game could be an innovative solution for rising obesity levels. Walking is hugely underrated yet it is man's best and the cheapest form of exercise. It's an easy and accessible way to get active and help maintain a healthy body."
Experts suggest this fun and non-violent game can be a good form of exercise and can be played by the whole family. However, users should take care not to let their Pokémon hunt lead to dangerous behavior -- avoiding playing while driving or crossing roads, for example, and steering clear of venturing into dark, isolated areas.
Risk factors for diabetes include genetic predisposition and family history, but above all obesity, lack of physical exercise and sedentary lifestyles.
Type 2 diabetes accounts for 90% of diabetes cases worldwide.
No one should be fooled by this medical psyop claim being told to us by the same controllers that were telling us in 2014 that the flu shot (which is entirely unnecessary and even proven dangerous) is somehow a possible solution to decreased heart disease. This is the same medical psyop propaganda machine that last year (2015) put out claims that global warming is linked to kidney disease, a story I exposed back then.
As you can see, claiming that Pokémon Go is a "fun" and "non-violent" way to tackle obesity and type 2 Diabetes is just another piece of propaganda engineered by the CIA with the help of their mainstream media in an effort to popularize this Intelligence tool in hopes that everyone jumps on board and downloads the game so they can get complete control of the human domain exactly as outlined in the Jade Helm slogan, rules and supporting documents revealed by IT insider and researcher "DJ" in 2015 indicating they want nothing less than to "master the human domain".
The fact is that as human beings we have all the natural foods and knowledge available to us to live a happy healthy life without electronics, without GMO foods, without mandatory big pharm vaccines and without psyop virtual reality video games like Pokémon Go. The fact that we are obligated to expose this horrific psyop lie is a testament to the times in which we live.
If you are not completely convinced the ruling elite are deliberately rolling out these psyops then please do your own research. The controllers have clearly stated their plan to control every aspect of humanity and the Pokémon Go psyop application is one of the ways they intend to do it.
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