The following are freely accessible:
LDL Cholesterol: "Bad" Cholesterol or Bad Science?
My peer-reviewed article in the Fall 2005 issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons that explains why the "good cholesterol/bad cholesterol" theory of heart disease is scientifically untenable.
A Critical Response to LDL Cholesterol: "Bad" Cholesterol or Bad Science?, and My Reply
Just as the title says: a couple of doctors claim I've got it wrong, and I explain why they're the ones who are sadly mistaken when it comes to cholesterol and heart disease. To view their letter, scroll down to Page 2 of the PDF; my response is on Page 3.
Colesterol LDL: ¿Colesterol “malo” o mala ciencia?
[Spanish translation of LDL Cholesterol: "Bad" Cholesterol or Bad Science?]
"That Paleo Show" Interview with Yours Truly.
The main topic discussed is the fallacy of the cholesterol paradigm and why the mineral iron holds the key to solving the heart disease riddle. Listen to the full interview here.
The Junk Science Self Defense Manual
Quick'n'easy tips on how to spot bad science when it appears in books, the media, on the Internet, or even medical journals.
Magistrate's Reasons For Decision in Johnstone/South Australia Police versus Colpo
In 2018, I was forced to stand trial when notorious cyber stalker and alleged sex predator Harley "Durianrider" Johnstone and the hopelessly corrupt South Australia Police falsely accused me of assault and property damage. The trial was terminated early and I was acquitted by way of a Prasad direction, a sparsely used action reserved for cases where the prosecution case is so pathetically weak the magistrate/judge decides they don't need to hear any more and calls and end to the circus. The Magistrate's Reasons for Decision is scathing of Johnstone and describes the numerous reasons why the magistrate concluded he was lying through his teeth.