Is This The Dumbest Coronadoom Paper?

Is This The Dumbest Coronadoom Paper?

This, as of this date, is my entry for Dumbest Coronadoom Paper. It is the peer-reviewed wonder “Covid 19 vaccines and the misinterpretation of perceived side effects clarity on the safety of vaccines” by Raymond D Palmer, in Biomedicine.

It is Palmer’s contention that the very real acknowledged and terrible side effects experienced by the vaccinated are caused by—wait for it—wait for it—wait for it—

The unvaccinated.


Palmer says anti-vaxxers engage in fear-mongering. He says that “misinformation [is] being peddled by people with no scientific training to terrorise people into staying unvaccinated”.

Be careful. Palmer is not saying that the unvaccinated are suffering negative effects due to covid because they are unvaccinated, though he believes that, too. He is saying that the unvaccinated are causing injuries and deaths suffered by the vaccinated.

Injuries and deaths that are not, says Palmer, caused by the vaccine. The injuries and deaths in the vaccinated are caused by the non-vaccinated.

How? Let’s let Palmer tell is in his own words (with my emphasis and paragraphification):

A mini review of published literature has been conducted and found that mental stress clearly causes vasoconstriction and arterial constriction of the blood vessels. Therefore, if subjects are panicked, concerned, stressed or scared of the vaccination, their arteries will constrict and become smaller in and around the time of receiving the vaccine.

This biological mechanism (the constriction of veins, arteries and vessels under mental stress) is the most likely cause for where there has been blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, dizziness, fainting, blurred vision, loss of smell and taste that may have been experienced shortly after vaccine administration. The extreme mental stress of the patient could most likely be attributed to the fear mongering and scare tactics used by various anti-vaccination groups.


It’s not the vax doing the destruction, it’s the negative vibrations of the unvaxxed wreaking havoc in the bodies of the freshly vaxxed.

(This should remind readers of a post earlier this week, in which invisible “tricksters” are blamed for causing poor results in parapsychology experiments.)

I looked Palmer up. Surely a man with an intellect this profound must be responsible for many great things. In the paper he calls himself “Chief Science Officer of Full Spectrum Biologics.”

Full Spectrum Biologics is a Florida company that sells—wait for it—wait for it—wait for it—



A full 6 grams of their “Broad Spectrum CBD Oil”, peppermint flavored, will set you back a mere $95. Dose is, they say, ten drops.

Maybe you know of a better worst paper. If so, tell us in the comments.

Pardon the short post, but I am pressed for time these next couple of weeks.

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  1. Christianiusen

    I guess regular smokers get their health problems because of all the non-smoking signs. Looking forward to my daily cigar.

  2. Pk

    In today’s world, there must be a nearly uncountable number of issues that induce or correlate with stress and hence the symptoms noted. Most of the vaxxed people I know either are not aware of the antivax arguments, reject them, or laugh them off as crazy.

  3. Incitadus

    Unfortunately somewhere north of 50% of the population reading that will
    nod their bobbleheads in agreement. It’s important to remember that only
    about 3% of the population participated in the insurrection of 1776. Hell a
    million people showing up in the capital has got them wetting their pants.

  4. PaulH

    Clearly, a few drops of their magic weed-oil will relieve that stress, and the vex will work like a charm. 🙂

  5. Incitadus

    Capitol that is…

  6. JDaveF

    This paper is such obvious nonsense that the notion that it has been “peer-reviewed” boggles the mind.
    I’m an MD. I have seen hundreds if not thousands of patients with strokes and heart disease, as I am now in my 43rd. year of practice. Not one of them was caused by anxiety provoked vasoconstriction (cocaine provoked vasoconstriction – yes).

  7. Jim H

    This reminds me of the “motorcycle helmets make you careless” argument.

  8. Don

    The words „mini review“ sort of say it all.

  9. Jeff

    Peer review is a meaningless term. I suppose it was inevitable. It certainly bodes ill for future academic work.

  10. Dr K.A. Rodgers

    It would have been reviewed by Palmer’s peers. That’s all we need to know.

  11. Michael Williams

    Here’s all one needs to know about the peer-review of this paper. Complete tripe.
    “Articles from BioMedicine are provided here courtesy of China Medical University”

  12. Cary Cotterman

    Reminds me of Brandon, just a day or two ago, giving a speech and repeatedly blaming Republicans for the disaster at the southern border. I can’t tell if people like this are clueless, liars, or clueless liars.

  13. Ann Cherry


    This “peer reviewed paper” will be wadded up and added to that steaming pile called “Experts Say…” so that instead of X number of Experts saying “Get Vexed, or else”, they’ll have X plus this dunce’s entry, and counting.

    Occasionally, someone will roll up their sleeve, reach into that steaming pile, and maybe pull out and un-crumple this prize of a paper. Imagine the disappointment.

    Meanwhile, its author will never consider, not even for a moment, the “constricted blood vessels” of those who are still, with all we know about the Clot Shot, forced to take it against their wills, in order to keep their jobs, to go to school, to travel, and so forth.

    All of this over a virus most of us have already gotten. I enjoy saying to the easily-vexed, “Yes, we had Covid, but thanks to Ivermectin, our symptoms were mild.”

    A pox on Mr. Palmer and his little paper.

  14. Eric Brinkerhoff

    Boy, you know, it really stressed me out a lot when they were telling me I was going to die if I didn’t get the Vex! All that fear mongering really had my arteries clinching up good there for awhile!

  15. Ragu

    infants get fairly stressed when getting jabbed with routine vaccines. Why aren’t they dropping off like flies?

  16. Proc Doc

    @Eric Brinkerhoff
    Not only arteries, but also posterior sphincters – causing… constipation.
    It’s Science!

  17. Forbes

    The purpose of the panic porn produced for public consumption was to encourage the public to get jabbed, but one unfortunate side-effect was the stress-induced vasoconstriction leading to blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, dizziness, fainting, blurred vision, loss of smell and taste that may have been experienced shortly after vaccine administration. The extreme mental stress of the patient could most likely be attributed to the fear mongering and scare tactics used by various govt, public health, and media producing this panic porn.

    I’m sure this is what Mr. Palmer meant…

  18. Rudolph Harrier

    Modern Scientific Method:

    1.) Notice some phenomenon, preferably something from the news or something that “conspiracy theorists” are spreading online.
    2.) Come up with a narrative approved explanation which explains it away. Decide that this is the cause.
    (All steps from this point onwards are optional.)
    3.) Crack open a stats textbook and find some random statistical model to start running hypothesis tests on. Don’t bother even reading what assumptions are necessary for the model to apply. If you get a low p-value great, otherwise fiddle with the data or try another model.
    4.) If this isn’t working, or if you just want to look more “science-y” contact that guy in your CS department who has a computer model he made 20 years ago. Plug in your numbers without worrying about the design of the program or its past performance. Declare all output of the program as observed real truth, unless it doesn’t get you the results you want.
    5.) Write up an article mainly focusing on the evils of inequality and conservatism. Stick a one page methodology page somewhere. Omit the essential data. You can claim that the data can provided on demand, because everyone expects you to be lying about that anyway.
    6.) Send the article for “peer-review” (i.e. “spell-checking.”)
    7.) Find someone who owes you a favor and get the article in his journal. If you don’t know anyone like that, offer to do all sorts of unscrupulous things until someone publishes your article.
    8.) Sit back smugly with the satisfaction that you have proven something so completely that it can never be tested or challenged again.

  19. Dhay

    The paper’s title, “Covid 19 vaccines and the misinterpretation of perceived side effects clarity on the safety of vaccines”, should sure be, “Covid 19 vaccines and the misinterpretation of perceived side effects affects clarity on the safety of vaccines”?

    Or perhaps my added “affects” should be “hinders”?

    Whatever, the paper’s title is illiterate.

    The author, the peer reviewers and the publisher likewise.

  20. john b()



    The paper’s even dumber than we thought!

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