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They knew the vaxx damage the immune system - Study

 
 
hightor
 
  5  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 04:47 am
@Theo202,
Quote:
What is the difference between "real medical research" and the information in Kirsch's newsletter?

That's a great idea – we could do away with costly medical research labs and just share newsletters online!
Theo202
 
  -4  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 05:21 am
@hightor,
So according to you it's not real unless it involves costly labs, right?
hightor
 
  3  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 05:26 am
@Theo202,
Wrong. According to you it's real if it appears in a newsletter.
Theo202
 
  -4  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 05:39 am
@hightor,
Quote:
Wrong. According to you it's real if it appears in a newsletter.

Diverting with a false claim won't work. The point is that meaningful research can be publicised through newsletters even if costly labs weren't involved.
hightor
 
  3  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 06:11 am
@Theo202,
Publicizing research is not, in itself, "research". Actual research has to occur first. I would have expected that to be obvious.
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bobsal u1553115
 
  3  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 06:52 am
@Theo202,
Just real labs using real scientific methods.
Brandon9000
 
  3  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 10:49 am
@JB70,
Why are none of your links to peer reviewed medical journals? People who publish scientific results on Twitter don't have a very good track record.
bobsal u1553115
 
  2  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 11:31 am
@Brandon9000,
Cuz there aren't any?
Brandon9000
 
  3  
Sat 30 Apr, 2022 06:40 pm
@bobsal u1553115,
That would be my guess. Google isn't the same thing as medical school.
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Theo202
 
  -3  
Sun 1 May, 2022 01:28 am
@bobsal u1553115,
Quote:
Just real labs using real scientific methods.

The scientific methods doesn't have to be done in a lab.
hightor
 
  5  
Sun 1 May, 2022 02:58 am
@Theo202,
Quote:
The scientific methods doesn't have to be done in a lab.

Oh, so scientific methodology is optional in lab research!

Again, that's a great idea – we could do away with costly medical research labs and just share newsletters online!
Theo202
 
  -3  
Sun 1 May, 2022 03:52 am
@hightor,
Quote:
Oh, so scientific methodology is optional in lab research!

Reading comprehension not your thing, eh? The point is that the scientific method is not conditional on physical location or budget.
hightor
 
  4  
Sun 1 May, 2022 03:59 am
@Theo202,
Quote:
Reading comprehension not your thing, eh?

Clear, unambiguous expression of thought is not your thing, eh?
bobsal u1553115
 
  3  
Sun 1 May, 2022 06:54 am
@hightor,
Not for some, like an apple on the head, but for other dealing with deadly and virulent properties, like you know, like Covid has -science in a qualified lab is essential.

How much science got used on horse de-wormer, ace?
Theo202
 
  -3  
Sun 1 May, 2022 07:32 pm
@hightor,
I'm not the one who is avoiding the point.
bobsal u1553115
 
  3  
Sun 1 May, 2022 09:35 pm
@bobsal u1553115,
OOPPPPS! Sorry hightor. I get my first cataract surgery later this week.

You know who I meant that for.
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hightor
 
  3  
Mon 2 May, 2022 03:24 am
@Theo202,
Right. You're the one who doesn't have a point.
Brandon9000
 
  2  
Mon 2 May, 2022 05:38 am
@Theo202,
It does have to be done by people who are trained in the relevant area of science, though.
Theo202
 
  -2  
Mon 2 May, 2022 03:16 pm
@Brandon9000,
No, the scientific method doesn't involve training. Scientific experiments can be done by anyone who can test a falsifiable theory with a repeatable experiment.
bobsal u1553115
 
  2  
Mon 2 May, 2022 03:24 pm
@Theo202,
The Guinness Book of Records requires an unbiased witness through the process. Scientific journals require even more. Bet on it. The process has to be transparent and repeatable by other scientists.

Why wouldn't big pharma want horse dewormer to work better than a vaccine? They'd make horse dewormer by the gallons and charging a kazillion bucks for horse dewormer! You can bet if there was a hundred mile a gallon carburetors, the oil companies'd lover it. And raise their prices accordingly and whine about the loss of economy of scale in producing for a smaller market, and get bailed out by we taxpayers.

Do you really think big pharma and big everything else could survive a culling of over 50% of the population - the intelligent, productive half?

What was the point of the 5% stealing 90% of the wealth in this country if they were bump off over half of the population. Especially in a system of dollar bills. Can't eat em. Can't eat gold. Can't eat collectable coins. Thay can't kill the market, the numbers needed to produce cheaply. And consume.

Here I got a conspiracy for you to look into: the RW killed mainly the older population off with covid - to steal SS funds!!!
 

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