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YuuugeAsshoe 6 points ago +6 / -0

Maybe this explains why everything has tasted so fucked up to me for the last 6 months. I wonder if a berkey water filter will work (assuming it's true). Or maybe a distiller

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KiloRomeo 7 points ago +7 / -0

Filtering water seems like a "do no harm" preventive measure used against lots of potential vectors

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Dspsblyuth 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’ve been using zerowater for almost a decade now

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Zap_Powerz 5 points ago +5 / -0

I just finished this (posted it to the forum, saw you did OP and deleted my submission). I think this interview is compelling and worth watching.

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malfunctioningrobot 4 points ago +4 / -0

Do not get distracted, it's the nano tech.

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Zap_Powerz 4 points ago +5 / -1

Yes, he goes over that and does not contradict it.

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TurnToGodNow 2 points ago +2 / -0

He didn't seem to focus at all on the weird undisclosed nano tech found in the vials. I just watched the whole thing.

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Zap_Powerz 2 points ago +2 / -0

He could very well be wrong.

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CanadianTrump 2 points ago +2 / -0

Just like master chiefs armor /puke

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KiloRomeo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Assuming he's right that it's a venom... How much compound would have to get in the water though? I don't think the distribution is in the water like he states. Maybe in ice? Remember all the ice shortages?

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illuphantasm 2 points ago +2 / -0

Same thing happened with turkey dinners last Thanksgiving. There was no shortage. They were just all purchased, rewrapped, and resold in time for the holiday. While the CDC released guidelines stating that washing turkeys was a health risk due to the water splattering the bacteria on the turkey. They stated the bacteria would be killed by the heat of cooking anyways. So if something sinister was happening, whatever they had on the turkey could survive high heats of prolonged baking. That isn't a super high temperature, but it is higher than what a snake is expected to survive in. Not sure how it interacts with their venom.

Jim Stone reported on the turkey dinners last Thanksgiving, as reference.

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KiloRomeo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Chemicals will remain stable to higher temperatures than microorganisms can survive. Their proteins denature in roughly the same way that the meat tenderizes. We don't normally cook to tenderize poultry but rather keep it moist and barely cook it to temp.

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TurnToGodNow 3 points ago +3 / -0

It is an interesting theory and worth thinking about.

But definitely not air tight logic from start to finish. I also always find there to be something off about Bryan Ardis, not sure what, but I'll ignore that for now.

In terms of logic, one of his first suspicions is that monoclonal antibodies are used for snake venom, then he asks "why would they be using snake anti-venom". What? That doesn't follow. They are only saying these are antibodies, and antibodies don't have to be for snake venom. He could say "it's interesting that this process can also be used for snake venom". But implying this process is purely for snake venom is just dishonest and makes him look full of shit to a casual observer.

He mentions Bing Liu the researcher who died (22:20) . I still don't know what point he was making about him. It looks like neither Ardis or Stew did any investigation to find out what mechanism Bing may have discovered. Did they so much as send an e-mail to one of Liu's co-workers or grad students or anyone in that department? It appears not.

Last is the claim that Remdesivir and snake venom increase "prothrombin time" or blood clotting time (27:20). Well that's fine, but the issue with the vaccine is that is creates clots, not that is makes them harder to form (in the vast majority of cases) so it sounds like Ardis (on the surface) is discrediting his own theory. What he should mention is the fact that some venom is shown to cause microclots just like the vaccine. I didn't see him mention that anywhere (let me know if I missed it). I know he mentions d-dimers but he doesn't mention clotting directly.

What happens to blood after snake bite? the blood) and/or the nervous system. Haemotoxic venom goes for the bloodstream. It can trigger lots of tiny blood clots and then when the venom punches holes in blood vessels causing them to leak, there is nothing left to stem the flow and the patient bleeds to death.

https://neeness.com/what-kidns-of-snakes-venom-causes-blood-clot/

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WindyJibbz 1 point ago +4 / -3

No stew peters fucking shill. Covid is fake and gay. It was always the cold and flu. The tests are fake and gay. Kochs postulates are fake and gay. All viruses are fake, and you guessed it. Gay.

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Diabolical_Vaxxx 3 points ago +3 / -0

You clearly didn’t watch the video. This plandemic wasn’t caused by any virus, according to it.

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WindyJibbz 1 point ago +1 / -0

No pandemic, no virus, no 5g bluetooth morgellions, no graphene alien particles.

100% fabrication for psychological operandi.

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Clobro 1 point ago +2 / -1

LOL. Nah... Interesting but no

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Dspsblyuth 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well you’ve convinced me

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megalithicallstar [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's hard to digest and it sounds real crazy. I get that.

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Clobro 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not the first thread/forum I've seen this being discussed in.. while it's interesting and has some points.. some holes are also present.. doesnt mean this theory is wrong though.. I've made my decision after watching it.. I keep an open mind though.. maybe more revelations will come forward.. but for now my mind is made.

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megalithicallstar [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yup. It's an interesting angle to say the least. One thing I do know and we can probably agree on is that we've been lied to so much anything is possible.

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Diabolical_Vaxxx 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, your room temp IQ is preventing you from acknowledging the plausibility of this.

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Clobro 1 point ago +1 / -0

Plausibility is a stretch at most.. I do keep an open mind.