MemberJune 1, 2021 at 2:16 pm
Origin of SARS-CoV-2 can possibly be linked to the development of military research into an mRNA platform that is to be interchangeable for several types of coronaviruses…
Who pours out money to do research without some chimeric viruses?
Ask DARPA and Moderna.
I got this text one minute ago from a friend:
“The article today on trialsitenews explains what my wife is saying. She had a reaction from [her] first shot, which was moderna.”
In 2013, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) contracted with Moderna.
DARPA Awards Moderna Therapeutics a Grant for up to $25 Million
to Develop Messenger RNA Therapeutics™
This topic Vaccines, is not easily found on the front page so here is a link:
This will make it easier to discuss vaccines and coronavirus origins in the same room.
MemberJune 2, 2021 at 7:01 am
<div> Messenger RNA Therapeutics ™:
Is the spike protein itself chimeric?
Some doctors are alarmed by what went wrong
Vaccine researcher admits ‘big mistake,’ says spike protein is dangerous ‘toxin’
‘Terrifying’ new research finds vaccine spike protein unexpectedly in bloodstream.
MemberJune 13, 2021 at 6:20 pm
There are articles out there claiming this is a hoax. Common slander, but it could be real. The claim I keep seeing is this is a hoax because people claim the presenter is Bill Gates, but I haven’t seen anyone claim the presenter is Bill Gates besides the people “debunking” the video. Tim Pool has pointed out false debunkers make a false claim and then debunk their own false claim.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jRg41D8SOq0
MemberJune 13, 2021 at 10:10 pm
<div>…About the fundamentalist vaccine…Certain debunkers,but not all debunkers, are people that cannot see real world experience in the supernatural sense. They are biased against belief systems that do not fit in with their empirically trained learning process in which they are in comfort with. They lean strongly toward evidence that is official, consensus approved, repeatable…and strongly away from evidence that doesn’t “jump through their hoops” (eg., a “yes” to Double blind, placebo clinical trials and a big “no” to “sketchy” real world data and real world evidence). Skepticism, in general, is a mindset that is a very embedded viewpoint against religious experience claims because “I haven’t had one”.</div><div>
Therefore the logic that follows is that if a policy is followed, there is consistency in one point, making a topic either true or false, depending on whether it conforms to the policy or not.
The scientific method is in itself a policy. Metaphysical beliefs are not in the same realm.
Therefore it may seem logical to the policy adhering skeptic to conceive of a way to remove religious fanatics from the earth.
I don’t believe there is a vaccine to do this.
But from what you have presented, people have already thought about doing it, whether in parody or in reality.
There was a period after 9/11 when Fusion Centers would consider you as a threat if you had a small booklet in your vehicle – a U.S. Constitution (because of the policy they had learned to practice).
They forgot to uphold the Constitution and protect your right to the 1st Amendment, specifically, the practice and expression of religious, supernatural, metaphysical BELIEF.
Belief and theory precede the discovery of truth; if you are not allowed to think, you are not allowed freedom to determine factual conclusions
A theoretically efficacious fundamentalist vaccine that would remove your thinking about the Creator wouldn’t be the right way to lead you to fact.
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