So sad to belatedly hear of David's passing. I only discovered David's work at the start of the Covid-19 story, but soon realised that he knew what he was talking about, based on his previous investigations of SARS etc. I became a subscriber to the podcast, and was happy to contribute via Patreon. I got worried when Patreon suddenly stopped taking my donations, and began to fear the worst, but then got distracted by various activities in my own life.
David had always replied to my (sometimes no doubt stupid) email questions patiently. But when I realised how ill he was, I of course did not bother him with questions, although I did occasionally offer encouragement. I always hoped for a happy outcome, and it's very sad that it was not to be.
The world has lost a good, and probably great man. My deepest condolences to his family and close friends.
Mike Ellwood, Oxfordshire, England.
As a listener of 'the infectious myth" I was deeply impressed by David's knowledge, insight and research accumin. I was so deeply saddened when I went to find out more about David to hear of his passing - what a shock. My deepest condolences to his friends and family. Bless you David, Thankyou.
From Australia, David G.
I was working with David on a new project of compiling al of his health information and data into a more comprehensible and easier to navigate website.
I had been following David's writings since very early I think it was the article on the West Nile virus.
Recently I offered David my help in compensation for all the information and help he gave me over the years.
He accepted and was more than eager to pursue this endeavor with me.
I only had about a month with him working on this project a brand new comprehensive website and then he told me he had cancer.
We were joking before he knew, that perhaps I was the cause of his throat issues since I always was on the scene when it happened over the internet. A bit of an inside joke on correlation and causation in our shared beliefs and knowledge about Covid-19.
When he told me I felt a bit stunned as I had always wanted to know and assist him in his endeavours and after all these years we finally got a chance to collaborate. I am a webmaster and personal health researcher almost as long as David I think.
We shared the love of technology and health.
I told him to take time to just think and dont worry about deciding what to do yet. I had no idea what stage or even what type his cancer was. I said I wont bother you until you contact me and are ready but I will help you with what ever you ask.me to.
I was even more stunned of course when I discovered he had actually passed so quickly.
I never had a chance to speak to him again or help him.
For this I am deeply saddened.
We just seemed to connect and synch in a way that only people who do, understand what I mean by connect will grasp.
I selfishly am so sorry I will not get to continue my relationship with David.
To his family I dont think I need to tell you that I am not the only person David had this effect on and his value, compassion and intelligence will almost always be under estimated. I offer my condolences and heart felt support to you.
I dont know if I am too late in replying here but if you want help in continuing his legacy by keeping his information alive online or technical assistance please let me know.
He deserves the presence and proper place in history and many can still learn a lot from his archives.
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David gave me peace of mind when the Corona Scam took off and helped me see through the lies...
I helped him a little with his amazing work with "Flaws in Coronavirus Pandemic Theory" where I found RT-PCR expert Professor Stephen Bustin, with whom he did an amazing interview.
David was a huge inspiration and I dare say my hero in the middle of the this crisis...
Ære være hans minde [may honor be his memory]
I do believe that David saved lifes and is still doing it with his work!
My condolences to the family.
Be proud of David!
Thank you once more David for unselfish work that opened my eyes!
I hope you are in better place now!
Rest in peace!:(((
Though I didn't know David personally, I always felt that if I lived near him we would have been good friends. We shared Green Party values and the quest for justice which includes uncovering lies and ending myths which hurt us all whether we know it or not. The Infectious Myth podcast has helped me over the last six years to change my mind about many things and I'll always be grateful to David for that. PEACE TO YOU DAVID, FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
I could not find an apt word to thank David,so I thanked God for sending David to this world
God called him back as this evil world is not a suitable place for honest soul like him
Feeling sad and depressed as i learnt a great deal from him
May the almighty God reward him with the best in the hereafter
may the almighty give strength to his family and friends to bear their greatest loss
with prayer from Kerala,India
I am really sad to hear of David's passing. He is an inspiration. The truth has a much better chance of winning the day because of him. He never stopped the good fight. I was diagnosed in 2008 as HIV positive. Thanks to David, I am alive and happy with absolutely no toxic drugs. You are one of the greats in my life!
David was one of the best people have ever know in my life... always giving to the end !
RIP my beloved friend ….
Thank you for your suport in helping me see the LiES.
David Crowe was a true gift to this world. His written work was beyond inspiring. What an important man !
Thank you David and thank you to his family for supporting and inspiring him
David Crowe was a personal hero of mine. An absolute legend for his courageous work on exposing the myths surrounding Covid-19. I will continue to share and expand on his work. My he rest in peace. God bless to your and yours. I really hope there was nothing suspect about the timing of this and his work.
I was a regular listener of David’s podcast, “The infectious myth”. I found his ideas fascinating. I shared his podcast on the dangers of the HPV vaccine with my husband and he was convicted that our daughters should never get this vaccine. I’m sure he has made a difference in countless lives. I will miss hearing his voice. May his memory be eternal.
So sorry to hear of David's passing.
I only interviewed him a couple of weeks before his death.
You can listen to it here:
Here's an older one I did with him here:
RIP. The world is a poorer place without him - especially at a time when we needed his voice more than ever.
I met David at conferences in California and France. We shared the passion for uncovering the truth and open scientific discussions. He was always open-minded, kind and with a sense of good humour. The world will miss such a great human soul!
I'm a physician that witnessed first hand the contradictions that your David has been trying to reveal to the world. I went online in the beginning of this year looking for people who think clearly about science and don't simply regurgitate unsupported claims. That's how I found David Crowe and his work. I'll be forever grateful for the work that he had done.
My deepest condolences to all whom loved Dave
Many from the telecom industry will remember David Crowe as a charming, and intelligent colleague. Many from Calgary will remember him as an outstanding photographer, hiker or cook. But in the world of science and medicine, he will be remembered for his passionate advocacy of a new medical paradigm. He wrote hundreds of articles on the topic. He interviewed countless researchers, some of which world-renowned, in his weekly podcast, The Infectious Myth — a real gem. Unfortunately, he will not be able to finish the book of the same name he had been working on for twenty years. But I'm sure that with the help of others, his work will last. The saying goes that discoverers sit "on the shoulders of giants". For the next generation, Crowe will certainly be one of these giants. Rest in Peace, David.
I had only found David's podcast some months ago while trying to make some sense out of what has been going on. I really enjoyed David's demeanor and sincerity in digging for truth in a world of obfuscation, and was truly saddened to hear of his passing. I am deeply grateful for the work and conversations he has left. I give thanks and offer condolences to David's family. David's spirit and work reached across the globe. Thank you - Ravi, Adelaide South Australia
David was a wonderful person who was full of life and smart ideas. It was a pleasure to work with David on a project that we did together and helped us win the contract. I'm very sorry and my deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Condolences, Crowe family, on your loss. David and I worked together -- in telecommunications -- in the early 1990s but kept in touch over the years. I looked forward to each edition of his newsletter back in the day -- I think he called it Cellular Communications Perspectives. He is well-respected in our industry.
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. He was a wonderful person and I was glad working with him. Pleas accept my deepest sympathy.
I was so sorry to hear of the untimely death of this kind and thoughtful man. My deepest condolences to his friends and family.
Whether it was working on a joint contribution, or listening and reading through one of your documents, or having a lovely, long and vibrant discussion within the standards forum, you were always willing to share your knowledge. I am grateful.
Whether it was in Asia or one of the many cities in the United States, somehow we found a way to snap a picture or two. Thank you, I am grateful.
I met David at the Forensic Expert Witness Association conference in San Francisco. He was a charming guy, and I am very sorry for the loss.
I am so sorry to have just learned the news of your loss. I had the wonderful opportunity to teach David a course on Roman art. He was such an amazing, caring person and I learned so much from him. Deepest sympathy to your family. Dr. Lisa Hughes
Your writings and audios have been a light in the dark for me. Thanks. I will not forget you.
Our deep condolences on your loss. I first met David more than two decades ago, in the context of the telecom work he was doing. Since then, we served together as Board members on this organization - all of us are extremely saddened to hear this news.
Im so very sorry for your loss. Mr. Crowe was such a wonderful caring man. He helped us a lot when going through the trial of my son! Deepest sympathy from me, Donna Shaw and my family.
It’s is with great sadness that I write this note acknowledging David’s passing. David was a tirelessly principled, humane person for whom others’ well being was his primary goal. Selfless and caring, he will be missed not only by his family, but the many people whom he touched and worked with across a spectrum of beliefs and backgrounds. Rest in peace, David; your peace in passing is will be be remembered for what you wanted for others.
David was a dear friend who had a positive impact on all around him. Between the outdoor activities he lead and encouraged, his amazing cooking, beer making and hosting, his incredible sense of humour and his entrepreneurial spirit, he inspired all his friends to live a better life.
He will be greatly missed but will never be forgotten.
So sad -- please accept my condolences. I actually worked for David for a brief point in time back in about 1984; he was a good manager and extremely competent. Through mutual friends and social media, I was able to follow some of his exploits in telecom through the years. He sure was one very smart guy. And also very caring. I'm sure he will be missed.
David developed the first data storage and retrieval program for the herbarium at the University of British Columbia. From what he started has developed one of the most valuable assets of the herbarium.
Vancouver, B. C.
David approached our group of Italians in Calgary for his passion about Italians culture. Every time he participated to our events he helped doing his perfect pictures of the event. Christmas party 2018 he was our Santa for the children present.
He was a nice person, a deep soul and always bring along a big smile. He will be missed very much so.
Very sad to learn about this. My deepest condolences for the family. I worked with David during IS41-C standards development at TIA in the 1995-96 time-frame. In addition to his expertise, what I remember the most about David was his warm and friendly demeanor. Patient and always willing to help. During standards meetings we often got opportunities to go for dinners together and I recall really enjoying his company. I remember his smiling face despite hot meeting discussions. David used to publish a newsletter called "Cellular Networking Perspectives." The newsletter had a quiz in it with a T-shirt as prize. I received a couple of these. So sorry to hear about the passing of this wonderful man.
I worked with David for about 15 years and only had the greatest respect for him. As others who worked with him reported, he was very knowledgeable; but beyond that, he enjoyed his work, was friendly and willing to take the time to help others and always ready to take on new learning opportunities. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Oh no! I’m am so sorry for your loss.
And I’m really sorry to hear that personally --- he was such a great guy. I really enjoyed David…super sharp, but a huge breath of fresh air in any business initiative.
My condolences to the family. I am so deeply saddened to hear of David's passing. I worked with David in telecom and relied on his expertise and willingness to share his extensive knowledge. I appreciated that he would give me the candid facts. In addition to his telecom knowledge, he was just a wonderful person to work with. Our paths crossed long after our days at the CDG and IRT and I always appreciated knowing David was out there. I considered David a friend as well as a colleague.
Jean, we haven't seen each other in a very long time. I just saw the notice in the paper and was so sorry to hear about this. My sincerest condolences to you and your family.
Sorry to hear of David's passing. I never knew him when I lived in Calgary, but like many people around the world I was a fan of his website and podcast. He was a voice of sanity in crazy times and will be missed.
I'm so sad to hear about David's passing... I met him on a hike a few years ago, I was the driver and in lieu of gas money David bought tickets to a few events that I was organizing for the Great Divide Trail Association. Well that was the start of David volunteering for the GDTA - he went on multiple trail building trips each year and attended many events. He really engaged and contributed to making the world a better place. Such a kind, giving, generous person. He will be missed!