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SordidPontification 2 points ago +2 / -0

Amazing how it only affects some aircraft in the same vicinity and not all of them.

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SordidPontification 5 points ago +5 / -0

What's worrisome is that not all the Repubs apparently voted in favor of this.

Find the RINO cucks and oust them.

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SordidPontification 1 point ago +1 / -0

This would make more sense. The two most important studies left press embargo on or around April 30th, so him coming out to warn people of the dangers of the spike protein should have occurred in the immediate aftermath of those studies being made public.

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SordidPontification 2 points ago +2 / -0

it killing the animals in the trials when they came upon a coronovirus in the wild.

The mRNA therapeutics were developed for cancer treatment and weren't adapted for coronaviruses until COVID.

The vaccines you're talking about were conventional vaccines using either attenuated viruses or inactivated viral vaccinations. When you read about no effective coronavirus vaccine ever having been developed, it's because the traditional vaccine development never yielded something that didn't lead to severe autoimmune disorders or death.

mRNA therapeutics look like a miracle cure. Until they realize that they just killed everyone by having it print out the very thing that causes the majority of the disease process. Why they didn't pick other receptors on the virus is beyond me, because that's what mRNA technologies were designed for (select for receptors to generate a targeted immune response).

Either this was deliberate or they were in a hurry because they wanted to profit without much work.

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SordidPontification 3 points ago +3 / -0

In fairness, I think Trump was between a rock and a hard place. If he didn't push something like the vaccines through, he would've been labeled as doing nothing. On top of that, therapeutics were completely shutdown by Faux-xi (remember HCQ?).

Trump's problem was surrounding himself with idiots on the recommendation of the people he trusted to help him navigate DC. But the real kicker is that you don't quite know who to trust until they betray you. Politics is a disgusting game.

They were going to use anything they could to sink him. That he pushed the vaccines through and that they were then used against us isn't something I'd pin on him; we had no idea the election was going to be so brazenly stolen. I don't think Trump did either.

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SordidPontification 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think they're kind of lying to be honest: There isn't one major new study. There were TWO studies linking the spike proteins to mitochondrial damage (one study) and disablement of gene expression (other study), possibly permanently, in pharyngeal and lung tissue.

They're trying to pretend like researchers haven't been in a panic over what the spike proteins actually do.

The entire system is a damned farce. Science my ass.

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SordidPontification 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Safely encoded" means "we thought we removed the pathogenicity of the spike proteins by munging the genome but we basically made it even less effective at immunization while also retaining the pathogenicity; so it doesn't confer immunity while still killing you."

Win win!

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SordidPontification 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh dear lord tell me your joking or being sarcastic.

In fairness some of us don't bother much with movies.

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SordidPontification 1 point ago +1 / -0

And we haven’t even been overrun by islam.

We've still been overrun by Satan, however. Evil can know many forms.

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SordidPontification 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh. From the sounds of it, I was thinking a different kind of protein infusion...

Never know with these soycucks.

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SordidPontification 3 points ago +3 / -0

Edit: I'm not OP, but I thought I'd read the linked material anyway.

Because sites like gmoscience.org have an axe to grind (obviously) and selectively pick-and-choose from the papers despite linking directly to them, like this one from the FDA.

I would suggest that you compare what gmoscience.org has written versus what the actual linked study says. In particular:

The results from study 44856 fully address the potential concerns raised by study 43166...

and...

Study 43166 showed a decrease in uterine weights that corresponded to a decreased incidence of fluid filled uteri in group 2 and 4 females. In study 44856, there was no significant difference in organ weights for the uterus or ovaries with oviducts between groups 1 through 4. Moreover, the presence of fluid filled uteri did not differ accros groups (Table 5). Published literature demonstrates that the presence of fluid filled uteri and uterine weight correlates with estrous cycle stage (Westwood, 2008). Our results from study 44856 reveal a similarly consistent correlation. Thus, the simplest explanation for the decrease in uterine weights observed for groups 2 and 4 in study 43166 is that the animals within those groups had a different distribution of estrous cycle stages that typically correspond to lower uterine weight in healthy rats, compared with groups 1 and 3.

Once you read this, you come to a different conclusion from a site that claims to examine such things in detail. Yet, apparently, no one thought to actually read the damned study.

Be very careful when reading commentary; if primary sources are available, read those first. Though one of the authors has a PhD (which I assume is the same Dr Antoniou whose PhD is in molecular genetics), the linked write up is incredibly sloppy and shameful. Being as he appears to sell books related to GMO products, I do have to suspect that the motivations behind deliberately ignoring the results of the study (cited above) isn't entirely accidental.

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SordidPontification 3 points ago +3 / -0

I feel like it's a spectrum of synonyms that each have slightly different and slightly more egregious meanings.

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SordidPontification 2 points ago +2 / -0

Had to double-check to see if this was the BarackObama2 account.

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SordidPontification 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is the part that people don't really grok fairly quickly.

If the application is running, you can hook into it to extricate the decrypted data with trivial effort. Or use the same credentials the application is using, if you have access to them.

Offline/at rest encryption is really only useful if someone gains credentials to the database but not to the downstream consumers of that data. It's one of many strategies for mitigating the damage done from attacks.

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SordidPontification 4 points ago +4 / -0

Pretty sure she's jailbait bro.

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SordidPontification 15 points ago +15 / -0

Not having fake elections for one...

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SordidPontification 1 point ago +1 / -0

Public domain or CC license?

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SordidPontification 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Not all bulges are Glock 27s bro."

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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SordidPontification 4 points ago +4 / -0

The problem is there are still enough retards watching Faux News who actually believe Crenshaw is a conservative, and his own polling probably shows that the majority of people who voted for him are in the demographic who watch it.

At this point, if they're still watching it, they're beyond saving because they believe the bullshit they're being fed.

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SordidPontification 3 points ago +3 / -0

Infection being the primary killer. Either before or after surgery.

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