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This is Not Your Grandparents’ Fiber

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New VAERS Data as of Sept.2, 2022 (posted Sept.9, 2022)

33,251 Total Deaths and 1,494,041 Total Adverse Events
30,796 Pfizer/Moderna and 2,663 J&J Deaths

 1,400,350 Pfizer / Moderna and 93,691 J&J Adverse Events

Covid-19 and The Loss of Smell, Part 1

One of the Many Devastating Costs of Covid


COVID 2019 is predominantly a lung infection, causing cough, fever, and fatigue, but other symptoms have been reported, especially anosmia (loss of smell) and ageusia (loss of taste.) In this substack, I’m only going to address the loss of smell because much has been written and published about it; I’ve done my best to make it concise, but there was so much to say, it necessitated breaking the article into two parts.
Also, most taste-related symptoms seem to resolve rather quickly, unlike anosmia. It is hypothesized that taste is so closely associated with smell that it is uncommon for it to be a stand-alone symptom. If I find more info about the loss of taste, I’ll write about it in a subsequent substack.

How We Smell

Let’s start with a brief overview of the anatomy of the olfactory pathway. In our nose, the nostrils are separated into two parts by a septum made of cartilage. Each nasal cavity has its own olfactory area on the roof of the nose. The back of the nasal cavity is lined by cells that are covered with cilia, tiny hair-like receptors that also line the trachea and bronchial passages. (cilia are described below). Sensory nerves and the tips of cilia bind to odorant molecules and transport them to the brain.
The olfactory epithelium covers the olfactory cleft where our sense of smell begins. These cilia on the surface of the cleft coalesce to form Cranial Nerve I – the olfactory nerveThat important nerve is part of the brain; it extends through the paper-thin cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone of the skull. On the brain side of the bone are the olfactory bulbs, organs that process and triage the millions of incoming sensory signals that result in recognizing a “smell.”
In 1964, Scientific American published an article, “The Stereochemical Theory of Odor,” by John Amoore, James Johnston Jr, and Martin Rubin. At that time, more than 30 different theories had been proposed to explain how the nose and brain detect, identify, and recognize an odor. As it turns out, they discovered it is the geometry of the molecule that is the main determinant of odor.
According to the stereochemical theory, different olfactory nerve cells are stimulated by different molecules on the basis of their size, shape, and electromagnetic charge. These properties determine how it fits into the receptors at the tip of the cilia and other olfactory nerve endings. Curiously, if two molecules are identical in every way except they are mirror images of each other, the molecule may produce a completely different odor.


In 1952, Amoore made an extensive search of the organic chemistry literature, concluding there were seven primary odors.  These are ….



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