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They knew the vaxx damage the immune system - Study

 
 
Theo202
 
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Mon 2 May, 2022 03:32 pm
@hightor,
As has previously been explained to you, the point is that the scientific method is not conditional on physical location or budget.
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Theo202
 
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Mon 2 May, 2022 03:39 pm
@bobsal u1553115,
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Do you really think big pharma and big everything else could survive a culling of over 50% of the population - the intelligent, productive half?

It doesn't matter if they survive or not. The forces driving this are bigger than the profit motive.

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

Yesterday's news. David Martin has the goods on this.
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Brandon9000
 
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Tue 3 May, 2022 05:00 am
@Theo202,
Theo202 wrote:
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.

Brain surgery can also be done by anyone with the equipment, even with no medical training, however when done by someone with no training, it's unlikely to produce a good result. News flash: Medicine is a deep, complicated subject and someone is unlikely to draw correct conclusions about it with no prior knowledge of it.
Theo202
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 12:24 am
@Brandon9000,
Straw man. The point remains that science relating to medicine can be done without an expensive lab and without training, eg a meta-analysis of previous studies.
hightor
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 03:09 am
@Theo202,
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The point remains that science relating to medicine can be done without an expensive lab and without training, eg a meta-analysis of previous studies.

Which is decidedly not what Kirsch's newsletter does. Here's his description of his publication:

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I write about COVID vaccine safety and efficacy, corruption, censorship, mandates, masking, and early treatments.


He does not claim to be doing scientific research. He popularizes the work of others and promotes his opinions and those of others who agree with them. This is not "scientific methodology".
Theo202
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 03:50 am
@hightor,
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He does not claim to be doing scientific research. He popularizes the work of others and promotes his opinions and those of others who agree with them. This is not "scientific methodology".

It's more than just his opinion. He's made various claims and has issued a challenge to debate those claims (eg "misinformation" on the Joe Rogan Experience).
neptuneblue
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 05:25 am
@Theo202,
It's good to question things. Really, it is.

What isn't good is, perpetually denying the truth, as if no matter what results are given to prove how wrong you are, you'll just keep going, shouting inconsistencies and misinformation.

It's a bad look. And it should not continue.
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 07:10 am
@Theo202,
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It's more than just his opinion. He's made various claims and has issued a challenge to debate those claims (eg "misinformation" on the Joe Rogan Experience).


It is more than his opinion, it's also a his delusion. Really, Rogan? What Rogan's qualifications to do anything?
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Brandon9000
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 07:24 am
@Theo202,
Theo202 wrote:
Straw man. The point remains that science relating to medicine can be done without an expensive lab and without training, eg a meta-analysis of previous studies.

No, not a straw man argument. You seem to be arguing that science can be done without scientific credentials and that is generally false. I don't care what lab something is done in, but if it's done by someone without training in the field, it's generally of no value, and that includes meta-analyses, which still require knowledge of the field.
Theo202
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 01:25 pm
@Brandon9000,
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No, not a straw man argument.

It's a straw man because saying that the practice of medicine is a deep, complicated subject is irrelevant to the issue of the essential elements of the scientific method.
izzythepush
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 02:45 pm
@Brandon9000,
Welcome to the age of Trump.

Who needs experts?
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Wed 4 May, 2022 07:18 pm
@Theo202,
Gibberish.
Theo202
 
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Thu 5 May, 2022 12:55 am
@bobsal u1553115,
Ask your mother to explain it to you.
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