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Quiet Guy

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  1. There is no excuse for trotting out that lie at this stage. You should be ashamed of yourself for that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_blbVs8eBUk
  2. Whoa there Bob8! Let's back off a bit. Oliver's posting was about the possibilites for antigenic sin and ADE. That seems quite reasonable to me. Personally, I don't think we know how bad the Omicron variant wil be yet; we need to wait for the data but, unfortunately, the possibilities discussed by "Radagast" might manifest.
  3. I presume you didn't mean "sweat spot" Thanks for a much needed bit of humour 😃
  4. The Japansese vaccine rollout started on April 2021 and was followed by a much larger spike in infections in July. On August 13th, use of ivermectin was permitted. Doctors can prescribe ivermection and citizens can legally buy it from India. A few weeks later, the infection rate dropped and have never gone up since. Conclusive evidence that ivermectin is a factor? No. You vaccine theory isn't all that compelling to me. A more detailed discussion here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1GF0H9V_1g
  5. Unfortunately, that rings true. You did spot my sarcasm reference?
  6. If I understand you correctly, that could be an "interesting" position to be in. If you suspect you've suffered some problems with a vaccine reaction, what happens when you're asked to take a booster? Is there a formal process to ask for an exemption? (I'm talking about UK specifically.) This could become quite a big deal if we go down the German/Austrian/Australian route. Kyle Warner's reaction was almost certainly a coincidence. Just ask the doctors. It's regrettable he has publcily posted anti-vax material on conspiracy sites that aren't fact checked. He should get his booster ASAP. (sarcasm) BTW, with a story like that, the poor guy's name is "Warner" ? It's as if The Simulation is laughing at us.
  7. The world seem to have developed a deep division between those who think we should return to at least relative normality and those who want to mandate more and more conditions on us as defences against the virus. Today, I had a look at the latest Automatic Earth "Debt Rattle". https://www.theautomaticearth.com/2021/11/debt-rattle-november-22-2021/ Just read the headlines. You can get the gist from just the title. • UK Data Shows The Vaccines Are Not Saving Any Lives At All. Zero. (Kirsch) • Now Germany Is Set Make Covid Vaccinations Compulsory (DM) • Dutch Deaths More Than 20% Higher Than Previous Years’ Average (FWM) • Scientists Mystified, Wary, As Africa Avoids Covid Disaster (AP) • Pfizer Co-developer Says Covid Vaccination Will Be Annual (RT) • Fauci Gives A ‘Perfectly Honest’ Response To Booster Question (RT) • Fauci Comes Up With New ‘Rule’ To Wear Masks (RT) • It’ll Be ‘Jab Or Death’ For Anti-vaxxers, Orban Predicts (RT) • Fighting For Our Lives: Humanity’s Weapons Against Covid-19 (RT) • Fresh Protests, Violence Against Covid Restrictions (RFI) • Like Covid-19, Digital Passports Could Be With Us Forever (Ford) • Russia Set To Launch Winter Invasion Of Ukraine: US Media (RT) Only the last one isn't a covid article. It's amazing how wide the range of opinions there are about vaccine effectiveness. We've gone a bit mad.
  8. Religious people will be hit harder by covid? What is the point you wish to make?
  9. I don't know what Grayphil said in 2020. A link to the prediction would have been good. The risk/reward factors for some supplements, including vitamin D, are excellent. The correlation between bad covid infection outcomes and vitamin D deficiency has been well documented. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33447107/ https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/vitamin-d-reduces-covid-19-complications-more-half-1683822
  10. https://dailysceptic.org/2021/11/18/comprehensive-review-of-face-mask-studies-finds-no-evidence-of-benefit/ The masks are probably irrelevant.
  11. Nah. MonsieurCopperCrutch is thinking more along these lines I suspect:
  12. I'm not a virologist or immunologist but I have been reading about a bit about a phenomenon called "Original Antigenic Sin" which suggests that the answer to your question is no, we do not "revert back" to a naive state w.r.t. previously acquired immune responses. From: https://eugyppius.substack.com/p/more-on-original-antigenic-sin-and "Original Antigenic Sin was most influentially described by Thomas Francis in 1960. He noted that, regardless of whatever influenza A strains were in circulation, subjects tended to have dominant antibody responses to the strains that were current in their early childhood" "Aside from the minority that have managed to recover from natural infection before the vaccinators got to them, most humans will have their crucial, primary immune response conditioned by the spike protein of SARS-2 in its vintage 2020 configuration." There's also a decent discussion about the unexpectedly high infection rates for the 40 to 79 age range: https://www.totalhealth.co.uk/blog/increased-covid-infections-vaccinated-caused-original-antigenic-sin I am getting a little concerned that we've botched our response to sars-cov-2.
  13. Fair enough. I hadn't appreciated how expensive monoclonal antibodies are until I looked into it a bit more.
  14. Hmm. Why would you downplay the profitability of vaccines ? 🤔 https://edition.cnn.com/2021/11/02/business/pfizer-earnings/index.html https://actionaid.org/news/2021/pharmaceutical-companies-reaping-immoral-profits-covid-vaccines-yet-paying-low-tax-rates https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/aug/11/covid-19-vaccines-the-contracts-prices-and-profits It's almost as if you have an agenda.
  15. You are conflating different things there. Perhaps it would be best to keep your politics out of a discussion about a virus?
  16. Thanks for the feedback. Well I've learned something new today. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/the-most-dangerous-vaccine/
  17. WTF Dude! What in Hell's name did you take that's worse than the sar-cov-2 vaccines ?
  18. Thanks for the link, Arpeggio. Unfortunately, I've not been able to find a single source to back up Dr McCullough's claim that vaccine myocardial injuries tend to be worse than viral myocardial injuries so I'll call that inconclusive. Fully agree, however, that Wikipedia is outrageously biased on some political issues. And sars-cov-2 has become a political thing, unfortunately.
  19. Can anybody give me a medically qualified comment or guidance: The young man suffering from myoacrditis will probaby be eligble for a booster at some point. Should you take a booster after you've had myocarditis ? Edit: I'm assuming he makes a steady recovery
  20. It's an extraordinarily unpleasant concept but here's an undertaker who thinks that the covid deaths are mostly caused by vaccines! https://www.bitchute.com/video/AS81lGSq9Kp1/
  21. An alternative view: The truth? Don't ask me.
  22. Well I'm glad we're agreeing, now, that vaccines can influence viral evolution. I don't recall you asking for any evidence - just stating that mutations are random. Changing the subject yet again.
  23. That isn't really relevant to the point I made. Evolution will determine which mutations are consequential and which are not. Essentially, mutations have differing odds of improving the chances of virus replications i.e. survival. That's meaningless. The point I made is that vaccines can apply evolutionary pressures to viruses. Our vaccines may promote vaccine escape. For anybody reading this and wondering what is going on, here's the quote and source I made earlier to explain why leaky vaccines can affect evolutionary outcomes: https://www.quantamagazine.org/how-vaccines-can-drive-pathogens-to-evolve-20180510/ "A vaccine is a novel selection pressure placed on a pathogen, and if the vaccine does not eradicate its target completely, then the remaining pathogens with the greatest fitness — those able to survive, somehow, in an immunized world — will become more common. “If you don’t have these pathogens evolving in response to vaccines,” said Paul Ewald, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Louisville, “then we really don’t understand natural selection.”"
  24. Well if you believe that, fair enough. Any chance of a data source?
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