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Make History. Destroy Fake Science

On 14 May, 2020, I personally delivered your and others 100k+ signatures to the President. I received a phone call from the White House and shared all the lies and fraud of Fauci.

I’ve called a debate on July 29th with Fauci at MIT Kendall Square at 12 noon. Our #FireFauci campaign, which WE unleashed – has had a massive impact to awaken the world on Fake Science.

We have less than 35 days to WIN the US SENATE Primary in MA, and we MUST WIN. Our winning will be the equivalent of a nuke going off on the #DeepState, whose headquarters is Massachusetts.

We need to raise $500,000 in the next 5 days to purchase media advertising on TV and RADIO. If each of you donate just $10, we can achieve our goal. Please note, you must be a US resident to donate.

It’s time we move beyond black and white, left and right and unite to WIN Truth Freedom Health.

Make history, destroy fake science.

Be the Light,
Dr.SHIVA

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The Crash of 2020 is finally here and about 2 years late…wait… we have the Wuhan virus to distract us from the financial collapse.

Do you know what happens to a bubble?

The next outbreak? 2015 Bill Gates TED speech

A bad flu season is 80,000 dead from influenza this year, we have a hundred from corona. Which should you worried about influenza or Corona?

Bailout for Everyone?

Is this the greatest economy yet so why they need to bail out the banks, wall street, and corporations again? The DATA doesn’t lie.  The virus is a distraction to a much bigger problem.

Research: money printing, repo-market, corporate debts, derivatives, stock buybacks, including bonuses, housing bubble, auto loans bubble, student loan bubbles, the bond bubble is over $250 TRILLION in size…Do you know what happens to a bubble?

We can only thank the CoronaVirus for stopping Trump tweets about how great the economy is as that was obviously a big lie for those reading the DATA.

An economic professor invited to CNN show try to explain the bailouts in plain English: “Socialism/communism for the wealthy and wild capitalism for the rest! ”

It’s a big club and you ain’t in it ” – George Carlin

And who needs Bernie Sanders, the Socialist, if we have Trump, the socialist for the wealthy?

Are we under martial law?

Major cities are shutting down. No military forces have been seen on the street (or most street yet) or bullets have been fired. It is hard to get gold and silver delivered. I know I am waiting for weeks for my order. Even firearms and ammunition sales are up (1000 rounds is not sufficient) and deliveries are slightly delayed.

Just a virus fear to keep us inside the house.

Civilization and anarchy are only seven meals apart.” — Spanish Proverb

Are mandatory vaccines next?

Your IRAs, Roth IRAs, 401(k) — even your pension — are about to get looted.

Got toilet paper? If you need a roll, please click the contact above or send me an email. I only take gold or silver. No fake, I mean, no fiat currency accepted.

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1981 The Eyes of Darkness by Dean Koontz

Trump tweet Dec. 2019

Bubble image courtesy of google images.

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Becoming a Data Scientist {EDC Developer + Statistical Expert + Data Manager}

At an early age, I was drawn to computers. I did well in math; I love science and I started enjoying programming when my stepfather gave me a small computer to program games. This was my real experience with programming. I think the programming language was Basic. The computer had some built-in games and basic math problems in it but you could also play around with ‘Basic‘ codes and create your own.

Then I went to a technical school and into college where you take basic classes in information system /technology and took courses in telecommunication management.  Most of the courses were around IP, PBX and Network Administration.  As part of that curriculum, I took a basic programming course and VB.net. I really like that since it has a visual interface (drag and drop to create the interface) and when you click a button you create an event so I like the design aspect of it (I am known to be very creative) then I started to design for people (website design and development, small databases). A lot better than working in telecommunications. I thought VB was a great first language to learn. Later I took a Microsoft Access database development class and we learn database design (relational) and found out I was really good at that.

Before I graduated, I was already working for a well known pharmaceutical company as a database analyst within their data management and biometrics team. They really like what I did with their clinical operations data (investigator data – you know the one that now we need CTMS systems for nowadays). So this was a confirmation that ‘databases’ was my passion. I love designing it, managing and maintaining it.

During my early years in this industry, I spent a lot of time writing SQL codes and SAS programs.  We pulled the messy data (back in those years we used the Clintrial Oracle backend system) and very problem solving oriented. A business question was asked and we would go using either SQL or SAS and go into this messy database and figure it out the answer. I really enjoyed that.

In recent years, I take data from a {EDC} system then write scripts to summarize the data for reporting and put into a data warehouse and then I use a product called ‘IBM Cognos’, which points to the data warehouse to build those reports and worked with different users across different departments (a lot of different audiences for the data) with a lot of different interesting data in there. I have spent time using APIs to extract data via Web Services (usually in XML-ODM format) and generate useful reports in SAS or Excel XML.

People think that being a data analyst is just sitting around a computer screen and crunching data. A lot of it is design-oriented, people-oriented, and problem-solving. So when people ask a question, I get to dive into the data and figure it out the answer.

Next step is to get into predictive analytics and do more data mining and data forecasting.

Are you still excited about becoming a data scientist?

You can start by reading my blog about programming languages you should learn here!

Other tools and programming languages you should learn: Anaconda, R Programming, Python, Business Intelligence Software like Tableau, Big Data Analytics with Hadoop, create new representations of the data using HTML and CSS (for example when you use APIs, XML to extract data from third-party sources).

Anayansi, MPM, an EDC Developer Consultant and clinical programmer for the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, and Medical Device industry with more than 18 years of experience.

Available for short-term contracts or ad-hoc requests.  See my contact page for more details or contact me.

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