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#330: August 29, 2020, 09:49:07 PM
#lidsonalltoilets

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I mean women are instinctually smart about hygene and safety.

I think we really need to start embracing this.

The whole virus thing had me wondering about this.

In China, people squat for the most part.

One might surmise that not touching everyone's ass to the same seat should help prevent the spread of the virus right? But yet the virus was more rampant in China then anywhere.

Well, we have been hearing about fecal matter and aerosol spread of the virus lately and i reaized something:

Squatties do not have lids.

In America, public toilets do not even have lids either.

I think we can really do something here and start the sanest virus mandate:

#Lidsonalltoilets

and put them down for Godsakes before flushing and not just to appease the missus.
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#331: August 30, 2020, 01:43:13 AM
Germ theory is utter bullshit
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#332: August 30, 2020, 04:07:53 AM
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Germ theory is utter bullshit

I'd have to agree from a medical perspective. As I've said before, I like to try to recognize patterns in patients, and so far from first hand experience on the front lines of corona virus I can tell you what I've noticed:

1). No age discrepancy that I've seen between the very young and very old as we've had people as young as 25 and as old as 98 with the virus.

2). Some of the older population 70 years and up are actually handling the virus better than the younger population.

3). The Hispanic population has had it the worse so far. They by far make up 70% of the patient population and when they acquire it, they seem to have the worst outcomes.

4). Blood Type A seems to be the most prevalent of the blood-type's with the worse outcomes regardless of race or RH factor (-/+). It's been theorized it's because that blood type has more of a clotting factor than the other blood types and the corona virus induces hypercoagulability.

5). The patients who have the worse outcomes and take the longest to recover have all had last year's flu shot. There is a theory that the flu shot may cause a hyper-immune response in these patients that could also lead to a hyper-inflammatory state.

6). I ask these patients what they eat and the patients with the worse outcomes also had the worst processed diets. Were talking garbage fast food all day at least 5 times a week. This relates to point 3 above as the Hispanic population here has some of the worst dietary habits, probably much like inner city New York which is why the Hispanic population was decimated there.

Now Asians apparently have a lot of Ace 2 receptors in their lungs so they in theory should be the most at risk population due to the affinity of the corona virus to their receptor site, but w'eve only had 1 Asian patient and he was a very unhealthy Philippino who had a very Westernized diet of garbage foods. This is in contrast to the many Asian nurses and physicians we have that have had that have had tons of exposure time to the virus and have yet to catch it.

This makes me believe that "Germ Theory" is to a degree bullshit. I think there is an ingrain genetic threshold in people and when that threshold is reached albeit by genetic or environmental factors such as a terrible diet, the body begins to attack itself i.e. by constantly being in an inflammatory state. In turn the body now easily attracts opportunistic "bugs".
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#333: August 30, 2020, 05:32:55 AM
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Germ theory is utter bullshit

I'd have to agree from a medical perspective. As I've said before, I like to try to recognize patterns in patients, and so far from first hand experience on the front lines of corona virus I can tell you what I've noticed:

1). No age discrepancy that I've seen between the very young and very old as we've had people as young as 25 and as old as 98 with the virus.

2). Some of the older population 70 years and up are actually handling the virus better than the younger population.

3). The Hispanic population has had it the worse so far. They by far make up 70% of the patient population and when they acquire it, they seem to have the worst outcomes.

4). Blood Type A seems to be the most prevalent of the blood-type's with the worse outcomes regardless of race or RH factor (-/+). It's been theorized it's because that blood type has more of a clotting factor than the other blood types and the corona virus induces hypercoagulability.

5). The patients who have the worse outcomes and take the longest to recover have all had last year's flu shot. There is a theory that the flu shot may cause a hyper-immune response in these patients that could also lead to a hyper-inflammatory state.

6). I ask these patients what they eat and the patients with the worse outcomes also had the worst processed diets. Were talking garbage fast food all day at least 5 times a week. This relates to point 3 above as the Hispanic population here has some of the worst dietary habits, probably much like inner city New York which is why the Hispanic population was decimated there.

Now Asians apparently have a lot of Ace 2 receptors in their lungs so they in theory should be the most at risk population due to the affinity of the corona virus to their receptor site, but w'eve only had 1 Asian patient and he was a very unhealthy Philippino who had a very Westernized diet of garbage foods. This is in contrast to the many Asian nurses and physicians we have that have had that have had tons of exposure time to the virus and have yet to catch it.

This makes me believe that "Germ Theory" is to a degree bullshit. I think there is an ingrain genetic threshold in people and when that threshold is reached albeit by genetic or environmental factors such as a terrible diet, the body begins to attack itself i.e. by constantly being in an inflammatory state. In turn the body now easily attracts opportunistic "bugs".

I have a question and I'm fully aware this is your area of expertise so If I'm incorrect I'll gladly yield to your knowledge...

The way I understand it a virus won't spread from one system to another for example a respiratory virus stays in the lungs a virus  in the brain stays in the brain etcetera..

Assuming that's true if a virus can't move between systems of our body how can it move from one person to another more importantly how could it possibly cross species...

Unless of course it was introduced via injection
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#334: August 30, 2020, 08:49:53 PM
germy or not im sure poo challenges the immune system.

even Eziekiel did not follow Gods command to eat shit.

Heres a description of a mythbusters episode that at least confirms the good taste of my advice to #putlidsonalltoilers and actually put them down when flushing.

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The guys set up a test in which they had several toothbrushes that were in the vicinity of the toilet and out in the open. They used two of the toothbrushes regularly and simply rinsed the others. They also kept two other toothbrushes in an office well away from the bathroom as a means of using a controlled aspect within the experiment. After a month of using the two toothbrushes and merely rinsing the others they took the toothbrushes to a microbiologist for testing and found that every last one had a microscopic amount of fecal matter on them. This left the conclusion that fecal matter isn’t just present in the bathroom, but nearly everywhere else as well.

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#335: August 30, 2020, 11:40:39 PM
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germy or not im sure poo challenges the immune system.

even Eziekiel did not follow Gods command to eat shit.

Heres a description of a mythbusters episode that at least confirms the good taste of my advice to #putlidsonalltoilers and actually put them down when flushing.

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The guys set up a test in which they had several toothbrushes that were in the vicinity of the toilet and out in the open. They used two of the toothbrushes regularly and simply rinsed the others. They also kept two other toothbrushes in an office well away from the bathroom as a means of using a controlled aspect within the experiment. After a month of using the two toothbrushes and merely rinsing the others they took the toothbrushes to a microbiologist for testing and found that every last one had a microscopic amount of fecal matter on them. This left the conclusion that fecal matter isn’t just present in the bathroom, but nearly everywhere else as well.

2 words reproduceability crisis
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#336: August 31, 2020, 02:00:10 AM
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germy or not im sure poo challenges the immune system.

even Eziekiel did not follow Gods command to eat shit.

Heres a description of a mythbusters episode that at least confirms the good taste of my advice to #putlidsonalltoilers and actually put them down when flushing.

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The guys set up a test in which they had several toothbrushes that were in the vicinity of the toilet and out in the open. They used two of the toothbrushes regularly and simply rinsed the others. They also kept two other toothbrushes in an office well away from the bathroom as a means of using a controlled aspect within the experiment. After a month of using the two toothbrushes and merely rinsing the others they took the toothbrushes to a microbiologist for testing and found that every last one had a microscopic amount of fecal matter on them. This left the conclusion that fecal matter isn’t just present in the bathroom, but nearly everywhere else as well.

2 words reproduceability crisis

that is the same arguement i got about mamoto. from some peops

i am curious what info you base your conclusion on.

i did a quick look and it looks like more study is needed.

cheaper science then other options so i may be accepting your challenge here.

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study shit they said :p
you didnt have to take it literally they said later :p
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#337: August 31, 2020, 05:28:53 AM
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Germ theory is utter bullshit

I'd have to agree from a medical perspective. As I've said before, I like to try to recognize patterns in patients, and so far from first hand experience on the front lines of corona virus I can tell you what I've noticed:

1). No age discrepancy that I've seen between the very young and very old as we've had people as young as 25 and as old as 98 with the virus.

2). Some of the older population 70 years and up are actually handling the virus better than the younger population.

3). The Hispanic population has had it the worse so far. They by far make up 70% of the patient population and when they acquire it, they seem to have the worst outcomes.

4). Blood Type A seems to be the most prevalent of the blood-type's with the worse outcomes regardless of race or RH factor (-/+). It's been theorized it's because that blood type has more of a clotting factor than the other blood types and the corona virus induces hypercoagulability.

5). The patients who have the worse outcomes and take the longest to recover have all had last year's flu shot. There is a theory that the flu shot may cause a hyper-immune response in these patients that could also lead to a hyper-inflammatory state.

6). I ask these patients what they eat and the patients with the worse outcomes also had the worst processed diets. Were talking garbage fast food all day at least 5 times a week. This relates to point 3 above as the Hispanic population here has some of the worst dietary habits, probably much like inner city New York which is why the Hispanic population was decimated there.

Now Asians apparently have a lot of Ace 2 receptors in their lungs so they in theory should be the most at risk population due to the affinity of the corona virus to their receptor site, but w'eve only had 1 Asian patient and he was a very unhealthy Philippino who had a very Westernized diet of garbage foods. This is in contrast to the many Asian nurses and physicians we have that have had that have had tons of exposure time to the virus and have yet to catch it.

This makes me believe that "Germ Theory" is to a degree bullshit. I think there is an ingrain genetic threshold in people and when that threshold is reached albeit by genetic or environmental factors such as a terrible diet, the body begins to attack itself i.e. by constantly being in an inflammatory state. In turn the body now easily attracts opportunistic "bugs".

I have a question and I'm fully aware this is your area of expertise so If I'm incorrect I'll gladly yield to your knowledge...

The way I understand it a virus won't spread from one system to another for example a respiratory virus stays in the lungs a virus  in the brain stays in the brain etcetera..

Assuming that's true if a virus can't move between systems of our body how can it move from one person to another more importantly how could it possibly cross species...

Unless of course it was introduced via injection

Let me preface this with- I'm not a virologist. The medical field is very much compartmentalized with it's specialty fields and most of medicine is dictated with an "evidence based practice" approach which are supposed to be easily replicated double-blind studies that prove evidence of effectiveness in treatment modalities. Problem is, these studies are usually never replicated due to the sheer cost and undertaking of organizing one so they end up being believed at face value, becoming medical dogma for the most part, and then given to us as marching orders to be followed and never questioned...

Now on to your question Nick. Do viruses travel within the body? I can tell you Fungus and bacterium do without a doubt! Have you ever heard of an Abscess? An Abscess is the body's natural protection to "wall-off" an infection so that it doesn't travel. go systemic and turn septic. Sepsis comes from the Latin word Septicemia- which translates to blood poisoning. Essentially an infection you already have from a bacteria, fungus, or their toxins travels elsewhere —triggering a chain reaction of infection and inflammation throughout your body that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure, and death.

Viruses are a little different from fungus and bacteria because they adapt/mutate quicker and are more specialized to one body system over another as they tend to have a certain affinity to specific receptor sites that are usually only found in one area of the body. However viruses have to hijack our own cells to function and replicate, unlike with bacteria and fungus. Theoretically can viruses travel? Yes. Most of them as you've said tend to stay in one region/area of the body over another. There are some specialized viruses such as Hep A, B, and C and HIV/AIDS that are considered systemic or Blood-borne. Perhaps we can say their region of specialty is blood, unfortunately every organ is perfused with blood so every organ and tissue is thus exposed/contaminated with those viruses. This is why an organ donor with any history of those viruses on their medical chart is unable to donate any of their organs. Organ donation is big business so when a organ donation procurement team has to refuse perfectly intact organs from 20 year old people with the viruses I mentioned above you know that the virus must be systemic. That's always been a personal confirmation for me when I see organs refused that those viruses are taken serious enough to cost somebody some huge profits. Keep in mind these organ procurement teams weaseled their way into hospitals to a point where if someone is actively dying- even though they aren't an organ donor they still must be called by the hospital, so as to try and convince the family members to change their mind on donating their loved ones organs.

Just an FYI to you guys and Nick, Covid-19 is "real" enough for these organ procurement teams to refuse and pass up intact organs on patients that have died from known/verified Covid-19 infections. Like I said above, to me that say's a lot!


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#338: August 31, 2020, 09:13:12 AM
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Germ theory is utter bullshit

I'd have to agree from a medical perspective. As I've said before, I like to try to recognize patterns in patients, and so far from first hand experience on the front lines of corona virus I can tell you what I've noticed:

1). No age discrepancy that I've seen between the very young and very old as we've had people as young as 25 and as old as 98 with the virus.

2). Some of the older population 70 years and up are actually handling the virus better than the younger population.

3). The Hispanic population has had it the worse so far. They by far make up 70% of the patient population and when they acquire it, they seem to have the worst outcomes.

4). Blood Type A seems to be the most prevalent of the blood-type's with the worse outcomes regardless of race or RH factor (-/+). It's been theorized it's because that blood type has more of a clotting factor than the other blood types and the corona virus induces hypercoagulability.

5). The patients who have the worse outcomes and take the longest to recover have all had last year's flu shot. There is a theory that the flu shot may cause a hyper-immune response in these patients that could also lead to a hyper-inflammatory state.

6). I ask these patients what they eat and the patients with the worse outcomes also had the worst processed diets. Were talking garbage fast food all day at least 5 times a week. This relates to point 3 above as the Hispanic population here has some of the worst dietary habits, probably much like inner city New York which is why the Hispanic population was decimated there.

Now Asians apparently have a lot of Ace 2 receptors in their lungs so they in theory should be the most at risk population due to the affinity of the corona virus to their receptor site, but w'eve only had 1 Asian patient and he was a very unhealthy Philippino who had a very Westernized diet of garbage foods. This is in contrast to the many Asian nurses and physicians we have that have had that have had tons of exposure time to the virus and have yet to catch it.

This makes me believe that "Germ Theory" is to a degree bullshit. I think there is an ingrain genetic threshold in people and when that threshold is reached albeit by genetic or environmental factors such as a terrible diet, the body begins to attack itself i.e. by constantly being in an inflammatory state. In turn the body now easily attracts opportunistic "bugs".

I have a question and I'm fully aware this is your area of expertise so If I'm incorrect I'll gladly yield to your knowledge...

The way I understand it a virus won't spread from one system to another for example a respiratory virus stays in the lungs a virus  in the brain stays in the brain etcetera..

Assuming that's true if a virus can't move between systems of our body how can it move from one person to another more importantly how could it possibly cross species...

Unless of course it was introduced via injection

Let me preface this with- I'm not a virologist. The medical field is very much compartmentalized with it's specialty fields and most of medicine is dictated with an "evidence based practice" approach which are supposed to be easily replicated double-blind studies that prove evidence of effectiveness in treatment modalities. Problem is, these studies are usually never replicated due to the sheer cost and undertaking of organizing one so they end up being believed at face value, becoming medical dogma for the most part, and then given to us as marching orders to be followed and never questioned...

Now on to your question Nick. Do viruses travel within the body? I can tell you Fungus and bacterium do without a doubt! Have you ever heard of an Abscess? An Abscess is the body's natural protection to "wall-off" an infection so that it doesn't travel. go systemic and turn septic. Sepsis comes from the Latin word Septicemia- which translates to blood poisoning. Essentially an infection you already have from a bacteria, fungus, or their toxins travels elsewhere —triggering a chain reaction of infection and inflammation throughout your body that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure, and death.

Viruses are a little different from fungus and bacteria because they adapt/mutate quicker and are more specialized to one body system over another as they tend to have a certain affinity to specific receptor sites that are usually only found in one area of the body. However viruses have to hijack our own cells to function and replicate, unlike with bacteria and fungus. Theoretically can viruses travel? Yes. Most of them as you've said tend to stay in one region/area of the body over another. There are some specialized viruses such as Hep A, B, and C and HIV/AIDS that are considered systemic or Blood-borne. Perhaps we can say their region of specialty is blood, unfortunately every organ is perfused with blood so every organ and tissue is thus exposed/contaminated with those viruses. This is why an organ donor with any history of those viruses on their medical chart is unable to donate any of their organs. Organ donation is big business so when a organ donation procurement team has to refuse perfectly intact organs from 20 year old people with the viruses I mentioned above you know that the virus must be systemic. That's always been a personal confirmation for me when I see organs refused that those viruses are taken serious enough to cost somebody some huge profits. Keep in mind these organ procurement teams weaseled their way into hospitals to a point where if someone is actively dying- even though they aren't an organ donor they still must be called by the hospital, so as to try and convince the family members to change their mind on donating their loved ones organs.

Just an FYI to you guys and Nick, Covid-19 is "real" enough for these organ procurement teams to refuse and pass up intact organs on patients that have died from known/verified Covid-19 infections. Like I said above, to me that say's a lot!




that does say a lot but the potential profits for a vaccine plus the amount of societal control might outweigh it.

plus it is reinforcing the reality of the virus to the front line.

it also justifies counting the patients that had the virus along with other disorders etc and died as a covid death.

im not saying i am absaloutely correct here im just saying its also possible.

thank you for the info BB.
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germy or not im sure poo challenges the immune system.

even Eziekiel did not follow Gods command to eat shit.

Heres a description of a mythbusters episode that at least confirms the good taste of my advice to #putlidsonalltoilers and actually put them down when flushing.

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The guys set up a test in which they had several toothbrushes that were in the vicinity of the toilet and out in the open. They used two of the toothbrushes regularly and simply rinsed the others. They also kept two other toothbrushes in an office well away from the bathroom as a means of using a controlled aspect within the experiment. After a month of using the two toothbrushes and merely rinsing the others they took the toothbrushes to a microbiologist for testing and found that every last one had a microscopic amount of fecal matter on them. This left the conclusion that fecal matter isn’t just present in the bathroom, but nearly everywhere else as well.

2 words reproduceability crisis

that is the same arguement i got about mamoto. from some peops

i am curious what info you base your conclusion on.

i did a quick look and it looks like more study is needed.

cheaper science then other options so i may be accepting your challenge here.

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study shit they said :p
you didnt have to take it literally they said later :p

This is exactly why I urge you all to focus on inductive rather than deductive reasoning. Went over 50% of scientists can't reproduce their own experiments and over 70% of scientists can't reproduce someone else's experiment it makes taking anything they study hard to take seriously especially given the separate but equally important issue of peer review fraud.

Focus on what is observable
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#340: August 31, 2020, 02:23:20 PM
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Germ theory is utter bullshit

I'd have to agree from a medical perspective. As I've said before, I like to try to recognize patterns in patients, and so far from first hand experience on the front lines of corona virus I can tell you what I've noticed:

1). No age discrepancy that I've seen between the very young and very old as we've had people as young as 25 and as old as 98 with the virus.

2). Some of the older population 70 years and up are actually handling the virus better than the younger population.

3). The Hispanic population has had it the worse so far. They by far make up 70% of the patient population and when they acquire it, they seem to have the worst outcomes.

4). Blood Type A seems to be the most prevalent of the blood-type's with the worse outcomes regardless of race or RH factor (-/+). It's been theorized it's because that blood type has more of a clotting factor than the other blood types and the corona virus induces hypercoagulability.

5). The patients who have the worse outcomes and take the longest to recover have all had last year's flu shot. There is a theory that the flu shot may cause a hyper-immune response in these patients that could also lead to a hyper-inflammatory state.

6). I ask these patients what they eat and the patients with the worse outcomes also had the worst processed diets. Were talking garbage fast food all day at least 5 times a week. This relates to point 3 above as the Hispanic population here has some of the worst dietary habits, probably much like inner city New York which is why the Hispanic population was decimated there.

Now Asians apparently have a lot of Ace 2 receptors in their lungs so they in theory should be the most at risk population due to the affinity of the corona virus to their receptor site, but w'eve only had 1 Asian patient and he was a very unhealthy Philippino who had a very Westernized diet of garbage foods. This is in contrast to the many Asian nurses and physicians we have that have had that have had tons of exposure time to the virus and have yet to catch it.

This makes me believe that "Germ Theory" is to a degree bullshit. I think there is an ingrain genetic threshold in people and when that threshold is reached albeit by genetic or environmental factors such as a terrible diet, the body begins to attack itself i.e. by constantly being in an inflammatory state. In turn the body now easily attracts opportunistic "bugs".

I have a question and I'm fully aware this is your area of expertise so If I'm incorrect I'll gladly yield to your knowledge...

The way I understand it a virus won't spread from one system to another for example a respiratory virus stays in the lungs a virus  in the brain stays in the brain etcetera..

Assuming that's true if a virus can't move between systems of our body how can it move from one person to another more importantly how could it possibly cross species...

Unless of course it was introduced via injection

Let me preface this with- I'm not a virologist. The medical field is very much compartmentalized with it's specialty fields and most of medicine is dictated with an "evidence based practice" approach which are supposed to be easily replicated double-blind studies that prove evidence of effectiveness in treatment modalities. Problem is, these studies are usually never replicated due to the sheer cost and undertaking of organizing one so they end up being believed at face value, becoming medical dogma for the most part, and then given to us as marching orders to be followed and never questioned...

Now on to your question Nick. Do viruses travel within the body? I can tell you Fungus and bacterium do without a doubt! Have you ever heard of an Abscess? An Abscess is the body's natural protection to "wall-off" an infection so that it doesn't travel. go systemic and turn septic. Sepsis comes from the Latin word Septicemia- which translates to blood poisoning. Essentially an infection you already have from a bacteria, fungus, or their toxins travels elsewhere —triggering a chain reaction of infection and inflammation throughout your body that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure, and death.

Viruses are a little different from fungus and bacteria because they adapt/mutate quicker and are more specialized to one body system over another as they tend to have a certain affinity to specific receptor sites that are usually only found in one area of the body. However viruses have to hijack our own cells to function and replicate, unlike with bacteria and fungus. Theoretically can viruses travel? Yes. Most of them as you've said tend to stay in one region/area of the body over another. There are some specialized viruses such as Hep A, B, and C and HIV/AIDS that are considered systemic or Blood-borne. Perhaps we can say their region of specialty is blood, unfortunately every organ is perfused with blood so every organ and tissue is thus exposed/contaminated with those viruses. This is why an organ donor with any history of those viruses on their medical chart is unable to donate any of their organs. Organ donation is big business so when a organ donation procurement team has to refuse perfectly intact organs from 20 year old people with the viruses I mentioned above you know that the virus must be systemic. That's always been a personal confirmation for me when I see organs refused that those viruses are taken serious enough to cost somebody some huge profits. Keep in mind these organ procurement teams weaseled their way into hospitals to a point where if someone is actively dying- even though they aren't an organ donor they still must be called by the hospital, so as to try and convince the family members to change their mind on donating their loved ones organs.

Just an FYI to you guys and Nick, Covid-19 is "real" enough for these organ procurement teams to refuse and pass up intact organs on patients that have died from known/verified Covid-19 infections. Like I said above, to me that say's a lot!

First of all thank you for that thoughtful and measured response. Now to clarify my contention has never been that people aren't getting ill. I personally do not believe they have a virus I believe they are suffering the symptoms of exposure to radiation.

Perhaps you can actually clarify if Exosomes and viruses are distinguishable from one another, from what I've heard it's very difficult if not impossible to tell them apart. I was aware of bacteria could travel but I wasn't aware viruses could so thank you for that.

That being said I'd be very curious to see what you make of the canonical refutations of germ Theory
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#341: August 31, 2020, 02:53:52 PM
"The sequence “CTCCCTTTGTTGTGTTGT” is an 18-character primer sequence found in the WHO coronavirus PCR testing protocol document. The primer sequences are what get amplified by the PCR process in order to be detected and designated a “positive” test result. It just so happens this exact same 18-character sequence, verbatim, is also found on Homo sapiens chromosome 8!"

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#342: August 31, 2020, 10:50:37 PM
Excuse my interthought but solar radiation?? You’ve mentioned zombies devoid of soul and no free will and vampires(ghouls) dependent on pharmaceuticals and both can relate to anything in the fallout universe. Personally have noticed less chemtrails in recent years, can any one else take stand to this? Second actual guess.. Fukushima radiation??
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Re: Corona General
#343: September 01, 2020, 03:11:31 AM
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Excuse my interthought but solar radiation?? You’ve mentioned zombies devoid of soul and no free will and vampires(ghouls) dependent on pharmaceuticals and both can relate to anything in the fallout universe. Personally have noticed less chemtrails in recent years, can any one else take stand to this? Second actual guess.. Fukushima radiation??

radioactive vampires oh my

if they like the sun how do they feel about free electrons from uranium etc?
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Re: Corona General
#344: September 02, 2020, 09:05:20 PM
out if these tribes the Sentileze sic are the ones that will kill any outsiders that land
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naturally the article says they are still at risk for the virus
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