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  1. Well Michael if it is any consolation she hasn’t aged well..at all. So..now her outside appearance more closely resembles her insides…
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  2. Safety and immunogenicity of a mRNA rabies vaccine in healthy adults: an open-label, non-randomised, prospective, first-in-human phase 1 clinical trial - PubMed PUBMED.NCBI.NLM.NIH.GOV CureVac AG. This is the kind of thing that makes me skeptical about how well the mRNA vaccine platforms are understood. As far as I can understand this study basically says that a protective effect was achieved , the mRNA stimulated the desired immunity levels but only when administered via a needless injection. We heard from experts since the beginning that the platform is safe and effective, are those statements based on this research and similar studies ? I’d assume they are since it appears this is one of the first studies in using the platform for prophylaxis inoculation via messenger rna . Needle injections are less expensive and in a practical sense orders of magnitude easier for use in mass inoculation . Perhaps the injection method is specific to the rabies formulation , but as a layman it doesn’t seem that would be the case, given that the same formulation was used in basically four ways in the trial. And the two needleless routes were the only ones to show a significant immune response. This isn’t gotcha directed at “vaxxers” , just an example of how little is discussed about these new technologies and an example of some of the things that could produce skepticism in those who truly want to follow the ‘science’ .
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  3. Peter, Yes, waiting to see the facts--especially the relevant ones that have not yet been made public--is the best policy. If the 2020 election is not fixed with a system of voting integrity, it's almost certain that 2024 will be stolen. Besides, I'm going to post what I'm going to post. Why do you want me to post to your liking, even if it means I betray my own mind? I would never tell you to do that. Michael
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  4. People can get more information here: Maricopa County Audit Report: Over 57k Votes In Question - UncoverDC UNCOVERDC.COM The Maricopa County Forensic Audit report shows over 52k votes in question for an election with a margin of 10,000 votes. What's not clear in all the yelling is that the audit is not over. Just the hand-count of the ballots is. The Senate still has to examine the routers and so on. Also, Dr. Shiva did a cursory examination of the mail-in ballot envelopes to see if they had signatures based on 1 verification point. A bunch of them did not comply, and, as he stated, he used overly generous standards to pass scribbles and so forth. So he recommended a full signature verification of mail-in ballots using the standard for Arizona of 27 verification points. I believe the Senate is considering this. At any rate, the Senate still has to vote on a few audit things. In the current particular phase, Cyber Ninjas (and the others) uncovered over 57,000 ballots that are not only in question, many of the issues with them of breaking statues and chain of custody are being referred by Senator Fann to AG Mark Brnovich for investigation. Ironically, what unfolds after this re Cyber Ninjas and the other audit companies used (meaning when they are hired for other audit work) will be super-credible as the hand-count added 99 votes to Biden and subtracted 261 from Trump. I don't think anyone on the Biden side can accuse them of fraud or fudging. Here is an excerpt from the article above. My bold: Here is Fann's letter to Brnovich. There are many, many calls to decertify the 2020 election based on the fraud already uncovered, not to mention the election results deleted, and the holes still outstanding due to hostility, belligerence and noncompliance by the County. Here's a typical call. Or this: Or candidate for governor and probably the next governor of Arizona, Kari Lake: I doubt decertification from this audit report alone will happen. But, the full audit results are still not in. And considering that Maricopa County is only one county, I think it plausible there will be audits of the other 3,005 counties in Arizona. So for me, it is too soon to declare victory or defeat despite all the yelling and chest-thumping. One thing is clear, though. A whole lot of electoral monkey-business was officially uncovered and this fact alone will become a pretext for all the audits and decertification measures that are coming thereafter in both Arizona and all across America. Wait and see is the best policy for now to find out what the reality is as opposed to different agendas. Michael
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  5. If there's any whiff of a positive PCR, the infection is reported as Covid. Same issue with the missing influenza deaths. And keep in mind that the PCR produces loads of false positives (and that the death count is overstated by a factor of maybe a couple hundred percent - i.e., that it's about a third of what’s reported). Ellen
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  6. It seems utterly impossible that there are no influenza infections. If there are no documented diagnoses of it then there has to be a problem with testing or reporting.
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  7. That , hypoxia, is what I've been thinking about or seeing since almost the beginning of the pandemic. I understand as a layman that the condition of pneumonia can cause low oxygenation in a mechanical sense , the organ or tissue of the lungs 'puts O2 into the blood cells ', but if the lungs are filled with fluid they work less efficiently and there would be less O2 in the bloodstream. I had seen reports and heard anecdotally the some people had no symptoms of lung function drop off, no difficulty or sensation of difficulty in breathing but their 'pulseox' numbers were extremely low. It seemed like the infection may be 'centralized' in the 'bloodstream' and result in lung damage as opposed to the virus attacking the lungs and the resultant lung damage being the driver of lower oxygenation levels in the blood. And that thought has been one of the lingering reasons why I suspected the mRNA platform used to trigger the spike protein would be a bad candidate because what if 'just' the presence of the spike protein triggers the hypoxia. I've also seen where they have suspicions that hypoxia and the body's reactions at a cellular level basically increases the potential for infection by increasing the expression of the ACE 2 receptors , which I take to mean making it 'easier' for the virus to infect more cells. Which would seem to coincide with jabbed people , people with an artificially increased 'base' level of spike protein being more susceptible to poor conditions related to blood gas exchange modalities and higher viral replication . But as my current favorite evolutionary biologists say " welcome to complex systems" . And those thoughts are exhaustively heard for me to square with a nascent understanding of immunology. Coupled with a distrust of the institutions driving the 'science' of covid leads me to look for a heavier reliance on more therapeutic routes to dealing with the scourge.
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  8. Actually, some of us - I'm one - can, and I did, have alarm bells ringing loudly immediately upon reading a description of how these mRNA experimental "jabs" (not, properly speaking, vaccines) work. I'd no more willingly comply with the experiment than take up juggling with lit sticks of dynamite for a hobby. The way things are going with results, my immediate "no way, short of at gun point" reaction looks more and more justified. And we haven’t gotten to long-term damage yet, or to what's being done to fetal development. There have been a good number of miscarriages. What will be the results for pregnancies brought to term…?? I think it is terrible to give the mRNA jabs to children. Reckless endangerment of the child's future development. The situation is nothing like protecting a child from deadly or crippling diseases. I'm no way opposed to vaccines against polio, smallpox, rubella, diphtheria…. I had polio, before there was a vaccine. Would that there had been a vaccine and I'd gotten it. I'd have been spared life-long physical troubles which are worsening (post polio). I am not an anti-vaxxer. But: I think that these mRNA things are proving to be a medical catastrophe - along with being a statist's bonanza. Regarding the latter - Tony, I think that you've been doing a really good job of spelling out the difference between rational self-interest and service to the collective. Bravo. Ellen
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