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Posted in: Viral thoughts: Why COVID-19 conspiracy theories persist See in context

Of course, this is just a natural event. It happens all the time just ask China. The virus mutating on 5 separate continents is not unusual. The fact that multiple strains of the virus can infect the same host and that some hosts are left alive to infect others is the norm. Remain calm and don't think about the horrific deaths or prolonged illnesses as anything but nature being natural...

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Posted in: In mutant variants, has the coronavirus shown its best tricks? See in context

Everyone counts what already has been counted and feels comforted. The reality is the virus mutates at an alarming rate when in its host allowing for multiple iterations of itself during the infectious state. Matching the rate is not the same as inoculating the world in real time let alone any leaps between species. This is far from over and placating people's fears only adds to individuals failing to vigilantly protecting themselves...

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Posted in: Japanese service turns 15,000 restaurants nationwide into food kitchens for needy kids See in context

Yes, there is a real lack of compassion at both the corporate levels and the individual level. Everyone believes that they have done enough. When it comes to the needs of hungry children how could you ever do enough...

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Posted in: Out of my mind: Advances in brain tech spur calls for 'neuro-rights' See in context

Brainstorm the prequel...

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Posted in: 7-Eleven building store in parking lot of another 7-Eleven amid dispute See in context

Either drive the guy into bankruptcy or make up stories about his service, but putting up a wall and another building is just childish...

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Posted in: Fully vaccinated people can travel safely again, CDC says See in context

The CDC always tell half a story. If you're vaccinated you can get Covid. Then you get to find out if the vaccine works. If it does, this is not like a light switch, the body's response takes time. During that duration you will "shed" Covid and can actively pass the virus on to others. The variants have much higher "shed" rate giving them greater opportunity to infect both vaccinated and unvaccinated hosts. In Michigan, currently they're seeing a very small number of individuals that have been vaccinated and now are being infected by the virus. The CDC never elaborates on issues like this because of their supercilious belief in the herd immunity model(s)...

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Posted in: South Korea proposes co-hosting 2032 Olympics with North Korea See in context

Ah yes, South Korea can throw the Javelin and North Korea can launch Ballistic Missiles...

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Posted in: WHO and China: a healthy relationship? See in context

China does what it wants, when it wants and to WHO it wants...

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Posted in: Britney Spears says she cried for weeks over documentary See in context

So much hatred and so little time. She's as much only human as the haters are almost human...

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Posted in: Oscars won't be shown in Hong Kong for first time since 1969 See in context

Inch by inch the new China prevails until it is all China and only China...

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Posted in: China pushes to expand virus origin search to other countries See in context

As long as we are stretching this out, then how about starting with China's Chang'e-5 lunar lander...

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Posted in: Report finds COVID likely jumped to humans from bats through 'missing link' See in context

Wasn't that an episode of South Park?...

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Posted in: Pre-embryos made in lab could spur research, ethics debates See in context

Hence the sci-fi term, "Tank"...

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Posted in: High protection after one vaccine dose for COVID survivors: study See in context

Severity of Covid equates to a corresponding higher immunity with vaccination shot but no reference to which Covid or patient demographics. Additionally, there is an absence of evidence on the duration of protection for the 110 subjects. This a parasitic virus that is mutating on multiple continents at the same time and we are still getting half answers over a year later...

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Posted in: Ringo calling! If he wants you to sing, who could say no? See in context

Rock on Ringo...

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Posted in: Driver who killed pedestrian during police chase gets 5 years in prison See in context

She remembers being injected by a man, the police, but not killing the pedestrian. How unusual...

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Posted in: Putin points finger at U.S. problems after Biden calls him a killer See in context

Putin the Poisoner, Yes. Killer, yes. Murderer, Yes, Yes, Yes...

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Posted in: U.S., Japan warn China on 'coercion, destabilizing behavior' See in context

China keeping everyone's off the virus mishap...

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Posted in: A scarf that speaks? Scientists develop message display fabric See in context

I'll take brainwaves. As to what color your clothes will be flashing when have anti-communist thoughts...

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Posted in: 5 strategies to prepare now for the next pandemic See in context

This is full of vagueness and offers the layman no real answers except wait for government help. The author is from Texas and just looking another merit badge to hang on the wall...

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Posted in: Cleared for takeoff? World eyes 'health passports' See in context

The current rise of variants will create a legion of "Vaccinated Asymptomatics". The document will be as worthless as the concept...

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Posted in: Top U.S. commander fears Chinese invasion of Taiwan by 2027 See in context

It would have been sooner but their virus never got naturalized and that screwed up their original timeline of quarantining the country before they "rescued" it...

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Posted in: Japan to allow use of insulin syringes for COVID-19 vaccines See in context

The U.S. has thrown out tens of thousands of viles with another shot in them because the FDA does not allow using the last shot due to possible corruption of the remaining vaccine. It is the law and very few people know about this tragedy. Who knows how many lives would have been saved...

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Posted in: China denies subjecting U.S. diplomats to COVID-19 anal tests See in context


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Posted in: Agony of post-COVID-19 loss of smell See in context

This a very serious issue when it comes to loss of smell. Doubling down on smoke alarms and making sure that they are always working properly is a must do. Here in the states they are sugar coating these effects by going from the name "Long Covid" and diluting it with the trucking term "Long Haulers". It's Covid all day long, everyday and that's the reality...

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Posted in: Texas blackout: How can electricity grids weather climate shocks? See in context

I was living in Texas when this passed. It was insane. E!ectric Companies appeared over night and no one needed to generate a single watt of electricity. That set the theme of reduced investments into the needed infrastructure. The 2011 event only created algorithms that had a billing bottom but no ceiling on costs. Millions were sold out for the greed of power and light. The real irony is that water is a limited resource for Texans and they destroyed that too...

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Posted in: Births in Japan hit record low in 2020; deaths down for first time in over a decade See in context

The thought of the mindset of "The Corona Generation" is just boggling...

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Posted in: How will we know we've reached herd immunity? See in context

Great theater... Herd Non-Variant Immunity not...

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Posted in: Ground Self-Defense Force to get transport vessels for islands See in context

Several swarms of PT Boats works for me...

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Posted in: No end to pandemic without equal vaccine access: experts See in context

Oh yea, then it will be time for those booster shots.

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