For some months Mark Mitchell has been working on his next piece. It has grown into something massive, about the length of The Story of Deep Capture. It concerns Dendreon. I read it for the first time a few days ago. It is semi-infuriating. Deep Capture is going to serialize it. The first piece will be going up within hours.
Normally we encourage people to quote any DeepCapture piece in full anywhere on the Internet. This time, however, I would appreciate it if people would show Mark Mitchell a little courtesy by not quoting his piece in full. Fair Use, and all that. If you like what you read, try to drive others to DeepCapture to read it. Mark has gone way down the rabbit hole, and I think it only fair to thank him by showing him this respect.
Incidentally, I feel it only prudent to mention that, on the remote chance that anything happened to interrupt the serialization of this piece on DeepCapture (say, for example, a power failure), then arrangements have been made for it to receive immediate publication, in full, in a way that would reach 20 million people, instantly. In addition, the whole package is already in the hands of some politicians who care. Lastly, over the last couple of years I constructed a Doomsday Machine (and of course, there’s no point in having a Doomsday Machine if you keep it a secret).
The reader who gets but a few pages into it will understand why I make this cautionary mention.
And lastly, to the supporters of Dendreon, including the Care to Live organization, I say: Much honor to you. This piece is much like The Story of Deep Capture, only even better, as it concerns not the travails of some guy in Utah who sells toasters, but those of people trying to cure cancer. It is, you will see, uber-complicated: I hope you print it out, take your time, and enjoy it (if that is possible with so infuriating a tale). It is, I think, the investigative journalism for which you have been waiting, of which our MSM is, by all appearances, no longer capable.
Regards to all,
Patrick M. Byrne