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I meant to reply to that portion of your post as well last night, but seem to have neglected it. The signature in question (screen-shotted for posterity) is not new:@Uwe: I note your new signature (not sure of the date of its genesis).
haha....!! We haven't met - but you certainty do appear to be a man of passion and firm held beliefs (both admirable traits). Alas I am somewhat of a Luddite where social media is concerned (I've never seen any worth in the thing)- so I really can't add value to your (rhetoric) question.The question is, what should I change it to? Two possibilities come to mind:
A simple, "Let's go, Brandon!" or, "15 boosters to flatten the curve .... 'cause we're all in this together".
Which do you like better?
OK, allow me to ask some reasonable questions in the pursuit of some knowledge and understanding:
1) What is the all-cause hospitalization and all-cause mortality rate of people who are "fully vaccinated" compare to people who aren't, broken down by matched cohorts (age, co-morbidities, etc)?
2) Given the nature of the adverse effects that have been reported,
We've known a good bit about the nature of the adverse effects since early this year, yet nobody seems to be willing to do any substantive studies.
I could go on, but it's late, and I'll stop here for tonight. If you believe these questions are unreasonable, please explain why.
No, he did not ask any questions, he encouraged people to ask more questions.
You seem to be doing the opposite.
Can we find data from other sources than the CDC?
Of 12.5 million vaccine doses given against covid-19 in Sweden (August 2021), approximately 75,000 cases of suspected side effects have been reported. Of these, approximately 5,900 cases of reported suspected adverse reactions are considered serious. That is less than 0.05 percent of the total number of vaccine doses.
Is there a way to see vax'd vs. unvaxed? If so, I'm missing it. I suppose there isn't since the data there is only current through Q1 of this year, when vax rates were still very low.Tool to visualize all-causes mortality data, COVID included, which can be broken down by age brackets: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/mortality-dashboard.htm#
It's mid-October now and the latest data there is from mid-July, i.e. before vaccine-induced immunity had much time to decline.Tool to visualize all-causes mortality data, COVID included, which can be broken down by age brackets: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/mortality-dashboard.htm#
I'd have to spend more time with that one before I could respond.Lots of other COVID data visualization tools: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#datatracker-home
Somehow their "qualifications" seem to have skipped the once standard practice of aspirating the syringe when giving an intramuscular injection to ensure that the serum doesn't go directly into the bloodstream. Heck, they didn't even do this for Joe when he got his booster shot on a fake White House stage, and that despite very credible evidence that letting an MRNA vaccine into the bloodstream leads to myopericarditis.
No, that's patently false. There numerous accounts from health care workers who wanted to make VAERS reports and were explicitly told not to by their management. Some were threatened with being fired if they did.Anything a medical professional sees that they even just aren't sure about, just a "hmm I wonder" gets a VAERS report.
Right, so about 50% more than the number of flu shots that are given annually. Add in the number of childhood vaccines that are given in a normal year and you're in the same ballpark of two hundred and a few million. How many VAERS reports are filed in a normal year?As of today, we've vaccinated two hundred seventeen million, four hundred three thousand, eight hundred ninety seven (217,403,897) people.
Indeed you could, but it would illegal for you to do so. My understanding is that it's a criminal offense, and I doubt many people are willing to risk that.I can go in there right now, today and report that I personally was struck by lightning due to my vaccination in April.
Indeed, that one has been in the news quite a bit lately, so I didn't think I needed to bring it up. But since you did, I'll ask: How under-reported is this? Someone gets shots and has some of the typical symptoms a few days later. What portion of those folks will actually go see a doctor? Remember, we've all been told that feeling bad for a while after getting the shots, especially after the second one, is normal and it just means that the vaccine is working. What portion of doctors will actually run the tests necessary to diagnose it?
For something to be considered "temporary", doesn't that generally mean there's a known end date?
You don't understand; we're both Americans. We enjoy shooting.Cease fire! Put your handbags down ladies…
I too suspected that neither had the belief that their argument would convince the other - but I have thoroughly enjoyed the deft swordplay of words and the occasional passion which confirms a conviction to firmly held views!! So thank you both and I look forward to reading many more similarly motivated posts!!Realistically though, he's not going to convince me, and I'm not going to convince him.
Yes, I'm confident it produces antibodies in children, like their data says it does.For those of us who believe in science...
Pfizer Inc and German partner BioNTech SE said on Friday that they had submitted data supporting the use of their COVID-19 vaccine in children aged between five and less than 12 years to the European Medicines Agency.www.reuters.com
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