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13 Feb 2022

Powerhouse Science Center spreads COVID-19 vaccine misinformation

Posted by Adam Howell

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A Powerhouse Science Center virtual speaker presentation about viruses, vaccines and immunity spread at least five points of misinformation under the guise of truth, live on Facebook.

Namely, the lecture was hosted by Executive Director Jeff Susor who moderated a PowerPoint type of presentation by Marc L Masor, Ph.D.

Masor said that he got his Ph.D in nutrition before becoming a research scientist and working for Abbott Laboratories for 16 years. Abbott is a company that produces nutritional products and influenza vaccines, among other things.

At the beginning of the lecture, Masor talked about the science of immune systems and viruses while using graphical illustrations to make his points.

To illustrate his claims, he used colorful computer-generated graphics, models and flow charts. Masor’s graphical representations of viruses resembled cartoons.

Specifically, what was missing were any images derived from the use of electronic microscopy. Electronic microscopy is what is generally used to observe viruses.

Accordingly, Masor’s presentation was a theoretical, abstract, pedantic explanation about how viruses interact with humans.

Mostly, Masor’s claims were unverifiable to the general public through the use of readily available tools that are used for measurement or observation.

Then, Masor transitioned to his highly opinionated subjective political advocacy for the Experimental-Use-Authorized (EUA) COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.

Powerhouse Science Center lecture pivots from viral theory to vaccine and natural immunity misinformation

To begin with, Masor claimed that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. This, a common lie that’s spread by public health officials and Pfizer-funded corporate mainstream media throughout the world.

They are effective, he says, even though he also said that he got COVID-19 after getting double jabbed and boosted.

In particular to his claim about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines, Masor said that nobody has died from the COVID-19 vaccines.

“I’m not aware of any deaths caused by vaccines,” said Masor.

For several reasons, Masor’s claims about the COVID-19 vaccines are either ignorantly negligent, or they are lies since we have a multitude of sources to draw from proving otherwise.

Among the sources to show that people are being hospitalized, permanently disabled, injured and killed by the COVID-19 jabs are those data reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For instance, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is one place where doctors are supposed to report vaccine injuries and death. VAERS data in CDC Wonder says that 10,747 deaths had occurred since they were first administered at the beginning of 2021.

Secondly, the clinical trials of the vaccine manufacturers show examples of people getting injured and killed by the jabs.

Thirdly, we have a plethora of first-hand accounts in the media that miraculously have not been censored out yet. Visit the COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries and Death tab on the menu bar of this page to view a sampling of cases that were reported.

Marc Masor lies about the COVID-19 package inserts, saying that they describe adverse events and are not blank

Marck Masor has never looked at the package insert for a COVID-19 vaccine, yet he claims that they describe adverse events and are not blank. Masor’s claim is, of course, false.

“I have not looked at the package insert,” said Masor.

“The FDA has very specific regulations about the package insert, and no company would be allowed to put a blank package insert,” said Masor. “The package insert that comes with the vaccine, it’s not something that you would see at the vaccine clinic when you’d go to get vaccinated. Those vaccine inserts, again, they’re required to describe every adverse event that occurs. I don’t know if you can see the vaccine insert online. It might be something that you can Google and look for. But vaccine inserts are not blank.”

“When you do a clinical study, before you can start the clinical study, you must submit the protocol. You must submit the design. All of the sheets that are required for collecting data. It has to be submitted to a review committee. An ethicist, a minister, a philosopher, they have to look at that study and determine if it’s even ethical to do the study.”

“Everyone that’s enrolled in a study, they have to sign a letter of informed consent. It explains what their expectations are.”

Is this informed consent?

Unfortunately, the people who are signing up for getting jabbed are not fully informed about the risks and benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine. This, while federal law, 21 U.S. Code § 360bbb–3 – Authorization for medical products for use in emergencies, does require that individuals to whom the product is administered are informed of the significant known and potential benefits and risks of such use, and of the extent to which such benefits and risks are unknown.

For example, recipients of COVID-19 vaccines are not told in advance in writing about  the possibility of blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, Guillain Barre Syndrome or Bells Palsy as side effects. The package inserts for the available COVID-19 vaccines certainly do not disclose any adverse effects.

Still, Masor relates getting an Emergency Use Authorized, unapproved COVID-19 injection with the same process of consent needed for receiving an FDA approved product.

“When you get a prescription for antibiotics, you don’t have to sign a letter for consent,” Masor said.

“Taking medication doesn’t require informed consent. Being in a clinical study does,” said Masor.

Then, moderator Jeff Susor insinuated that the package insert for the available Pfizer vaccine was existent. Of course, Susor failed to mention that the package insert that he may have been referring to–that for the FDA-Approved Comirnaty–is for a product with different ingredients that is NOT available in the United States.

“We’ll post a link to Pfizer’s package insert online,” said Susor. “We see that this is an evolving study. I’m going to send a link and get that posted.”

Alas, the link that Susor posted was indeed to a list containing the FDA-Approved Comirnaty vaccine package insert, which is a vax that is not available in the United States.

Afterwards, someone at Powerhouse Science Center deleted my comments that I left for them on their Facebook page.

In reality, there is no package insert that comes with the available, EUA Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. I looked at a box for myself:

A box of EUA Pfizer-BioNTech vials without a package insert.

As observed at a local pharmacy.

Here’s what’s on the outside of the available Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine box, even though Sherri Dugdale, the clerk to the Board of Health, falsely claimed that it was a package insert when I requested it through a CORA records request:
Pfizer QR code

Here’s the package insert for the Moderna vaccine, according to San Juan Basin Public Health:

Package insert for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, according to San Juan Basin Public Health.

Here’s a picture of a package insert for the Moderna vax with a little more context:

Package insert for the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine.

Then, there’s the package insert for the Janssen vaccine, according to San Juan Basin Public Health:

Package insert for the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine.

In other words, both Marc Masor and Jeff Susor were totally lying about the content of the COVID-19 package inserts in order to bolster Masor’s falsified claims of safety and efficacy.

Masor discredits Ivermectin as fraudulent treatment for COVID-19

Marc Masor also discredited the FDA-approved drug known as Ivermectin, saying that it’s a fraudulent treatment for COVID-19.

The study that Masor cited is no longer available for public review, so it’s unclear if his claims are credible.

However, there have been studies done to suggest the antiviral efficacy of Ivermectin.

Unfortunately for Masor’s shilling of the vax, his trash talking of the cheap repurposed Ivermectin is unsubstantiated.

Masor failed to acknowledge that Ivermectin has demonstrated statistically significant improvement among those infected through decreased mortality, reduction in required ventilation, reduced ICU visit times, reduced hospitalization, improved recovery, reduction in positive cases, and viral clearance, according to 148 studies published here.

Further information can be reviewed on this meta analysis here.

Natural Immunity discredited by Marc Masor in favor of COVID jabs

Naturally-obtained immunity from an infection is a gamble with death when compared with the protection offered by a COVID-19 vaccine, according to Masor.

“Yes, getting the disease can offer protection,” said Masor. “That’s what people are thinking about when they say they have natural protection. Oh, I got the disease, i’ve got natural protection. If that natural protection comes at the cost of being hospitalized, and thrown on a ventilator and possibly dying, it’s probably not worth it. Again, if you can get equal protection and long-lasting protection from vaccines, that seems to me to be a much safer alternative.”

Based upon the mountains of existing research on natural immunity, we can see that Masor is once again either ignorantly negligent, or he is lying.

Jeremy Hammond does a great job of exposing how the CDC Finally Admits That Natural Immunity to SARS-CoV-2 Is Superior to the Immunity Induced by COVID-19 Vaccines on his website.

Marc Masor can be emailed at

Form 990

Powerhouse Science Center Form 990, 2019

Adam Howell is a writer who believes in free press and the importance of the constitution. He can be reached by clicking on this link to the contact page.

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3 Responses to “Powerhouse Science Center spreads COVID-19 vaccine misinformation”

  1. Adam,
    As always, great reporting. I’m thankful we still have someone willing to do the research and seek the truth. Thank you.


    Shelli Shaw

  2. Thank you for your kind words, Shelli.


    Adam Howell

  3. great article, thank you!


    Brett Metz

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