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Posted in: Japan decides to ease medical rules on COVID-19 on May 8 See in context

"The reclassification will be gradually implemented quickly"

Lol.

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Posted in: Climate change trauma has real impacts on cognition and the brain, wildfire survivors study shows See in context

@virusrex,

Based on your logic, bad things are now bad not only because they were bad before but now they're bad because of climate change. So if climate change weren't happening should we be less concerned with the trauma someone endures due to wildfires?

My point, which you will miss, is that linking trauma from natural disasters to climate change is simply a narrative tool by the propagandists at The Conversation to promote radical progressive policy making.

Nothing good will come from this article except to further stoke paranoia in those who buy into the global public private partnership sustainable development goals that seek to reduce individual freedoms to save the planet from the doom those very groups have caused.

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Posted in: Climate change trauma has real impacts on cognition and the brain, wildfire survivors study shows See in context

It's not like climate change isn't obvious. It is. It's not like natural disasters like wildfires aren't traumatic. They are. But this fetish towards quantifying everything as being worse because of climate change is so ridiculous. Bad trauma is not better or worse because of the cause. Bad trauma is always bad. It's about creating a new narrative where every problem of human existence is now rerouted to a climate related cause. This is psuedoscientific because it forms a preconceived basis where there necessarily isn't one.

"People whose lives are ruined by wildfires are even more traumatized when the wildfires are caused by climate change." If this is the assertion then it's a laughable one.

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Posted in: Climate change trauma has real impacts on cognition and the brain, wildfire survivors study shows See in context

The Conversation at it again with even more woke psuedoscientific propaganda. It's not "Climate Change Trauma" it's just trauma. It can be caused by natural disasters or imposed on one from another. It's just trauma and it's been the tool of brainwashing and mind control for a very long time.

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Posted in: Policy levers that can push decarbonization into overdrive See in context

@dagon,

I agree with your sentiment but unfortunately it's the very entitled capitalists who make up the WEF who are driving the SDGs and ESGs of progressive policy making. Make no mistake it is the polluters who are going to benefit from our sacrificial efforts to end pollution.

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Posted in: Gov't considers lifting anti-COVID recommendation to wear masks indoors See in context

I only wear a mask when I have some sort of respiratory symptom like sneeze, cough, or runny nose. Happened once this past winter. Otherwise, no mask. It's unnecessary and incredibly unhygienic to keep it on all the time. Now watch all those people saying it was to protect others keep it on to now protect themselves.

Also, get those things off healthy childrens' faces!

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Posted in: In Washington, 'classified' is synonymous with 'controversy' See in context

@starpunk

Did you not get the update that the Russia collusion was all fabricated by Hillary's lawyers? You don't have to be a Trump fan to admit that Biden is equally as corrupt, if not more so.

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Posted in: Nanomedicines for various diseases are in development See in context

So there are nanomaterials in the covid-19 vaccines? Sheesh, I thought that was a crackpot theory!

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Posted in: Japan reports 190,538 new coronavirus cases See in context

@virusrex

"vaccination helps protecting also other people by reducing transmission, the risk of variants appearing and the decreased pressure on health services."

In reference to traditional vaccines that sought to provide immunity, there's a lot of truth there. For the new mRNA jabs however, this statement amounts to medical disinformation as there is no evidence to support the claim.

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Posted in: World Bank seeks more funds to address climate change, other crises See in context

World Bank is a deep state appendage. They shouldn't be trusted with any sort of progressive activism.

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Posted in: Bills' Hamlin in critical condition after collapsing on field See in context

There's a really unfortunate trend for young male athletes in their 20-30s collapsing recently. Hopefully one day we'll be able to get to the bottom of this issue.

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Posted in: Japan reports 216,209 new coronavirus cases; record high 415 deaths See in context

"Others wearing masks, getting vaccinated, caring about infection numbers and, consequently, being less likely to develop severe symptoms doesn't affect you."

We've got a True Believer.

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Posted in: Japan reports 216,209 new coronavirus cases; record high 415 deaths See in context

People are probably going to start going crazy. Persistent masking, triple vaxxing and yet cases climbing.

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Posted in: Red alert for COVID in Osaka See in context

It's less dangerous than the flu. Criticism of the public health policy failures is not anti-vax shenanigans, it's a legitimate debate. Also, the argument of "how bad would it be if we didn't wear masks and take the new mRNA jab!" is ridiculous and impossible to prove. The virus mutates so quickly that the vaccine can't even keep up. Which is good indicator that vaxxing everyone might not have been such a good idea if herd immunity was ever a goal.

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Posted in: Why is astronomy a science but astrology is not? See in context

Why does the circadian rhythm repeat at the same rate of Earth's rotation? Why are menstrual cycles on average follow the length of a moon phase? Astrology as a means of predicting the future is most likely fantasy, but our deep physical relationship to the movements of the cosmos is very real.

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Posted in: Chinese cities give out free fever drugs as COVID flares See in context

Elvis, covid is the distraction everyone is using to cloak the negative effects of the west decoupling from it's economic dependency on China. So yeah, it's meant to play out like a movie because it is one.

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Posted in: I’m single with no partner or children. I have nothing to lose. I came to Ukraine content with the idea that I might never return to Japan. I intend to keep fighting until Ukraine wins. See in context

What on earth would prompt a person to join a foreign war? What does he stand to gain from defending Ukraine?

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Posted in: Man gets suspended sentence for causing plane to divert after refusing to wear mask See in context

The dude is legit an @$$hole but regardless of his delinquency, making people wear masks is absolutely ridiculous. Just stop. This wouldn't have happened with this particular PoS had everyone just let him be.

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Posted in: China urges vaccines for vulnerable as 'zero-COVID' exit turns messy See in context

@TokyoOldMan,

If only we had suspected this back in 2020. Oh wait, we did! The Chinese have also no doubt had some information inflow, albeit perhaps minimal, regarding the technology. Or, given these mRNA peddlers are mainly American and western firms, they might have been trashing them to no end over there. Either way, big mistakes were made. Huge failures.

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Posted in: China urges vaccines for vulnerable as 'zero-COVID' exit turns messy See in context

Nobody actually wants mRNA shots anymore either. 800 million doses with no takers. Also, peer reviewed studies on the side effects not looking good. Here's some Science for ya;

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00392-022-02129-5

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Posted in: Man gets suspended sentence for causing plane to divert after refusing to wear mask See in context

"Both private commercial entities that set their own rules."

Right, but what I'm saying is that their rules are wrong if they involve forcing people to do something against their will. The mask stuff is based on the recommendation of the MHLW, which says don't force people.

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Posted in: Man gets suspended sentence for causing plane to divert after refusing to wear mask See in context

How to avoid this in the future: don't try to force people to wear masks.

In fact if you read the fine print on the mask guidance from the MHLW it says plainly that no one is to be forced to wear a mask against their will. So all these companies and institutions enforcing mask compliance are wrong in telling people they have to wear a mask. PPE is not required to fly safely on a plane.

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Posted in: Man gets suspended sentence for causing plane to divert after refusing to wear mask See in context

Unfathomably based.

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Posted in: Fusion breakthrough is a milestone for climate, clean energy See in context

@MilesTag,

Speaking for myself, I'm not naysaying anyone's accomplishments in the fields of theoretical physics but rather the ridiculous nature of the article. It's the worst kind of technology reporting. Taking what should be seen as a great accomplishment in and of itself and trying to force it into the SDG narrative.

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Posted in: A decade after Sandy Hook, grief remains but hope grows See in context

The right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. That's only second to the right of freedom of speech, association, and religion. Pretty important.

These are not privileges that the government can take away if there are social ills, as sad as that may seem to some. These are fundamental human rights as defined in the Constitution of the United States of America. Most other countries are actually in violation of their citizens rights, as humans, to keep and bear arms. Every human on the planet should be entitled this right. Americans are among the lucky few who actually live in a jurisdiction that protects it.

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Posted in: Fusion breakthrough is a milestone for climate, clean energy See in context

How many writers does it take to essentially drum up some excitement about yet another vaporware future-product SDG fever dream?

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Posted in: Energy crisis driving climate-friendly power savings: IEA See in context

Climate change is real. Climate action based on progressive policy making is akin to selling shovels after the gold rush is over. It's a scam the likes of which the global economy has never seen.

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Posted in: The number of applications was enormous. It has been difficult to detect fraud. See in context

Bribe all businesses to comply with ridiculous disease prevention measures. Surprised when people try to game the system. Tokyo Government is a shed with a lot of not so sharp tools.

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Posted in: A decade after Sandy Hook, grief remains but hope grows See in context

Why did Alex Jones kill those kids? I'll never understand why such an evil person exists. Sad!

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Posted in: Energy crisis driving climate-friendly power savings: IEA See in context

I hope you can afford to convert your home electrical source to renewables so you can get that nice carbon tax credit. What? You can only afford cheap natural gas and fossil fuels. Sorry Jack, gonna be a cold winter for you. You'll warm up for a few days after your monthly booster shot.

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