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January 20, 2013


Uploads in the PD, ME-Resources and NL

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Uploads in the PD, ME-Resources and NL
About ME/CFS



Introduction:

I did rather a lot - relatively speaking, for me with ME - the last days, but there is little to show for it in a Nederlog, except that I can report it: I did rather a lot of uploads for the site, including all of 2004 for Nederlog (that was then called Nedernieuws).

1. Uploads in the PD, ME-Resources and NL
First I uploaded
I thought I had done so already. I also uploaded some of the opening files for the Philosophical Dictionary that should have been there before. More is to follow in the Philosophical Dictionary.

Second, I uploaded
However, both belong to the biomedical approach to ME/CFS, whiich is the only moral approach and also is the only scientific kind of approach, both in contrast to the psychiatric approach, that is immoral and unscientific (for these qualifications see e.g. my last Nederlog: Diederik Stapel, the DSM-5 and medical and scientific fraud).

Third, I uploaded a revised version of Nederlog 2004, that was then called Nedernieuws - and unless you read Dutch, the following will be of little interest to you.

In fact, there are two versions of the same text that I wrote then between August and December 2004, now edited with the following indexes and also with zip versions, for which see the Background link in the first item:
In a sense, all of this is completely new, but that sense is mostly that all files that were on the site have been reformatted to new versions to get a better title bar, and sometimes also to regulate the sizes of the fonts. Otherwise, the text is the same as was, also in Nederlog and Nedernieuws for the same dates, except perhaps for typos I may have corrected in one but not in another version.

The difference between the Nederlog and the Nedernieuws versions is that the latter was the original, and was in fact compiled to html for the site in 2004, from e-mails that I had sent, and with one file per date of a mail, while the Nederlog version was compiled from that version in 2006 or 2007, with one file per subject, after having started Nederlog on January 1 of 2006, that was and is supposed to be about whatever interests or concerns me.

Nedernieuws was intended to be about Dutch news and nothing else, and indeed it is, and it is all in Dutch, including my reports on the murder of Theo van Gogh, whom I have known personally (an interview with him from 1989 starts here), and the events that triggered.

The Nederlog version of the report of his murder, and the commotions that followed this, starts here in the Nederlog version. I think there are few if any better reports on that series of events.

There also is a survey of all of the series of posts I wrote about the murder of  Theo van Gogh and events that caused, and also of the other series I made in the Nederlog of 2004: Lezersservice: Nederlog-series in 2004.

Actually, part of that last file should be continued, in English, and then should comprise all the series that I wrote in either Nedernieuws or Nederlog.

Anyway... I did get a few things done that I wanted to do.

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About ME/CFS (that I prefer to call M.E.: The "/CFS" is added to facilitate search machines) which is a disease I have since 1.1.1979:
1. Anthony Komaroff

Ten discoveries about the biology of CFS(pdf)

2. Malcolm Hooper THE MENTAL HEALTH MOVEMENT:  
PERSECUTION OF PATIENTS?
3. Hillary Johnson

The Why  (currently not available)

4. Consensus (many M.D.s) Canadian Consensus Government Report on ME (pdf - version 2003)
5. Consensus (many M.D.s) Canadian Consensus Government Report on ME (pdf - version 2011)
6. Eleanor Stein

Clinical Guidelines for Psychiatrists (pdf)

7. William Clifford The Ethics of Belief
8. Malcolm Hooper Magical Medicine (pdf)
9.
Maarten Maartensz
Resources about ME/CFS
(more resources, by many)


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