Category: Citizen Science Foundation

2020 – Year in Review

Whadda year. Documentary Interrupted It’s crazy to think we started it off filming #TheCCDoc across 17 countries and 28 cities across the world (Jan/Feb)…and yet…that’s much, much smaller news than what has happened since in 2020. That said, we have some excellent footage for #TheCCDoc (36 interviews!) and a new plan to wrap in the …

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CSF: Powering Milestone and $30,000 from Goal for Travel and Genetic Testing

We’ve reached a key milestone in having our study now being powered as the last step before submission to the IRB. We have $60,000 yet to raise, but we have an anonymous donor matching $30,000 — thus, we need only raise another $30,000 to meet our goal for travel and genetic testing. For more details …

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#EVOOvsButter Pause, LMHR Study Update, Energy Model Paper

EVOOvsButter Experiment Paused The Extra Virgin Olive Oil vs Butter Experiment had to be aborted. I was feeling a number of symptoms I assume to be related to electrolyte issues on Day 2 and some further issues on Day 4 and 5 that may or may not be electrolyte related. I may detail the symptoms …

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One Year, Not Five

We have some powerful news today – we now have it on strong authority that the followup time for the LMHR Measurement Project will be more than sufficient at one year, not five. Spencer, Tommy, and I have been consulting many people both individually and together, including a very high level imaging expert. And we’re now …

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Incredible! New Contributor Will Match CSF Funds When Reaching $100,000!

[This is a sharing of the original article from our sister CitizenScienceFoundation.org site] Click Here to Contribute to the Project I’m beyond ecstatic to announce a new anonymous donor has come forward and is offering to match our total donations once we reach $100,000! As of this writing, we’re sitting at $66,150, which means we …

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