Yes that's exactly what I'm saying.
I'll double down on that when the "pandemic" virus has a recovery rate of well over 99% and almost everyone who dies "of" it had one foot in the grave to begin with.
I'll double down it again when the so-called "vaccines" that they're insisting we should take clearly do not stop infection or onward transmission of the virus.
I'll double-down on it a final time when the so-called "vaccines" that they're insisting we should take are the most dangerous vaccines that have ever been widely used in modern times.
Oh, and if we allow governments to trample our natural rights via the the simple "declaration of a pandemic" or other "emergency", then we can expect to live in a constant state of "emergency" from here on. No thank you.
I avoid contact with people outside my immediate family to the extent possible. But that's a personal decision, and not something I'd be willing to impose on anyone else. I would no more try to prevent others from "socializing" if they wish to, than to prevent them from taking as many shots as they desire. The fact that I think both are a bad idea does not give me the right to control other peoples' choices. What I've said from almost the beginning is that everyone should be able to decide for themselves what risks they're willing to take.Describe what you're doing to respect my bodily autonomy as you carry out your daily public life in 2021-2022.
In fact, there is mounting evidence that Omicron infection rates are higher among the vaccinated than the unvaccinated. Now it's not at all clear whether this due to to biological factors, i.e. whether the vaccinated (particularly those who were vaccinated early on) actually have less immunity to it than the unvaccinated, or "social" factors, where the vaccinated feel less need to to be careful about catching it.There is no evidence so far that vaccines are reducing infections from the fast-spreading variant.
Don't know. I did see junkies wearing two masks at the same time and know one junkie who is incredible full of fear. Her conviction that vaccination protects must be very weak.vaccinated feel less need to to be careful about catching it.
Am I the only one who finds it strange that it isn't standard practice to do a thorough autopsy on people who "died suddenly" or "died unexpectedly" within a month or two after being injected? It's almost like the "public health authorities" don't want to know.Next vaccinated person in the wider family died some weeks after the shot. Age ~50, no known illnesses. Officially unknown cause of death.
@Uwe: Yes indeed - your views have been very consistent from the outset.What I've said from almost the beginning is that everyone should be able to decide for themselves what risks they're willing to take.
Gosh, who'd have thought that repeated doses of mRNA injections would be a bad idea?Boosters “can be done once, or maybe twice, but it’s not something that we can think should be repeated constantly,” Marco Cavaleri, the EMA head of biological health threats and vaccines strategy, said at a press briefing on Tuesday.
Delivery — actually getting RNA into cells — has long bedeviled the whole field. On their own, RNA molecules have a hard time reaching their targets. They work better if they’re wrapped up in a delivery mechanism, such as nanoparticles made of lipids. But those nanoparticles can lead to dangerous side effects, especially if a patient has to take repeated doses over months or years.
Novartis abandoned the related realm of RNA interference over concerns about toxicity, as did Merck and Roche.
Moderna’s most advanced competitors, CureVac and BioNTech, have acknowledged the same challenge with mRNA. Each is principally focused on vaccines for infectious disease and cancer, which the companies believe can be attacked with just a few doses of mRNA.
Strongly support your opinion of Matt Schrodinger's presentations. His videos are an example how to do it right if your aim is to actually effectively inform the viewer.I found this video by accident! I was searching on YT for some safe ways to dx. automotive electrical systems ; by safe I mean not accidently frying the pcm or ecu etc. This is a YT'er who is a DIY'er and does automotive electrical dx. as a hobby. I believe he is a molecular biologist by profession ; see his intro. video on his channel home page.
After viewing some of his electrical videos, I went to his channel listing ("home page") and Schrodingernoticed this video on COVID-19. A car guy who also knows a-lot of science....cool! It is also very easy to listen to his explanations.
I thought it would fit right into this forum; on Both topics!
Here is the electrical video that was originally discovered ; I thought it was very relevant to perhaps another category, but thought I would place it here for context.
What prompted the cringing? I didn't watch the video (too long for my attention span) but did look at the end, the recap of the diagnosis. The only quibble I can see is that he does not insist that the forced +12v to the sensor be fused but says "you may want to have a fuse"@stefdds: I'm more than happy to give both the videos a thumbs-up!!
But, not because I happen to agree with the presenter's position - rather, it's because he accepts that in today's world of easy-access to lots of highly educated (and very bright) folk, we should expect to see a range of disparate views (it's a healthy and proper dynamic for both science and communities).
And....I particularly liked his dismissal of "argumentum ab auctoritate" based positions - very good stuff!!
PS: I was cringing so much in the second video - I couldn't watch it to the end!!
Morris: The problem was entirely mine, not the video -and I take an immediate interest at the mention of "schrodinger's cat" (yes, I know the video has nothing to do with quantum mechanics)What prompted the cringing? I didn't watch the video (too long for my attention span) but did look at the end, the recap of the diagnosis. The only quibble I can see is that he does not insist that the forced +12v to the sensor be fused but says "you may want to have a fuse"