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ImBillCurtis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lots of grifting hype over the last 3 years. But the numbers on the adverse events for covid jabbers don't lie: there's a lot of dead people. They artificially boosted COVID deaths and have been actively scrubbing SAEs, insurance claims, and diagnoses of injuries on the Vaxx. There's a shit load of dead people; world governments and "experts" have just been lying their asses off about it.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

You’re scaring me with the Loosh posts… mostly because it’s moderately believable and strikes a chord deep within me.

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ImBillCurtis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh. Looks like I got myself my own personal FBI agent. Sorry, bud. I forget they pay you guys by the post.

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ImBillCurtis 2 points ago +2 / -0

And then there's this interesting curiosity..

n terms of mitochondrial haplogroups, the mt-MRCA is situated at the divergence of macro-haplogroup L into L0 and L1–6. As of 2013, estimates on the age of this split ranged at around 155,000 years ago,[note 3] consistent with a date later than the speciation of Homo sapiens but earlier than the recent out-of-Africa dispersal.

The male analog to the "Mitochondrial Eve" is the "Y-chromosomal Adam" (or Y-MRCA), the individual from whom all living humans are patrilineally descended. As the identity of both matrilineal and patrilineal MRCAs is dependent on genealogical history (pedigree collapse), they need not have lived at the same time. As of 2013, estimates for the age Y-MRCA are subject to substantial uncertainty, with a wide range of times from 180,000 to 580,000 years ago

So here we have evidence that there's a considerable gap (between 35,000 and 525,000 years) between our earliest genetic "parents".

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ImBillCurtis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Quit projecting, bruh. Evidence, please or shut your faggot shill mouth.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

Most people prefer living in a lie. They can't imagine a world where anything other than their blissful happiness is contingent upon their ignorance.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +4 / -1

Because it would require them to ask: -If there's no covid virus, why did I take a covid vaccine?

-If there's no proof of ANY virus, why did I take ANY vaccine?

-If there's no proof, why did my own representatives and elected officials require me to take it?

-How long has this been going on?

-Why was I required to take vaccines for things like HepB, MMR?

-If viruses aren't real, what are these 'Positive' diagnostic test results looking for?

-Why are we required to take them, and why are our own governments PAYING these pharmaceutical companies to do this to us?

-If they lied about certain diseases being caused by "viruses", then what was the ACTUAL cause of these sicknesses? -Does this mean they're covering up the ACTUAL causes of these diseases as well? Why don't they investigate the root cause of these sicknesses?

-Why did our own governments put scientists in prison for producing alternative treatments to treat said "diseases"?

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ImBillCurtis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Awww poor little faggot still doesn’t know how to read those big mean sciency words.

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ImBillCurtis 1 point ago +1 / -0

Words isn’t evidence. Show me EM microscopy of a “virus” genetically distinct from an eukaryotic exosome that then can be transfected into living host cell tissue and cause the disease known as SARS-Cov2.

That’s how science works, kiddo.

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ImBillCurtis 4 points ago +4 / -0

100% genetically engineered. When dealing with dozens of translations by people that don’t have the words to describe shit like this over what is supposedly 440,000 years at least.. I’m gonna take their clay/dust references as bad metaphor.

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ImBillCurtis 4 points ago +4 / -0

On one hand, we are supposed to disregard every major testament about human creation as fancy lies by ignorant savages but we’re also supposed to believe the chromosome fusion “just happened” despite no other evidence of the mechanism taking place over a period of time. We’re magically supposed to believe every single man today descended from some magical mutant freak while every other transition species died off.

It’s an incredibly untenable position. I’m not saying mutations don’t happen naturally. I’m saying specifically Homo sapiens sapiens absolutely didn’t have a one-in-a-trillion chromosome fusion as a result of polymorphism aggregation.

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ImBillCurtis 6 points ago +7 / -1

“Don’t tell anyone this by the way”.

Yeah okay lolol. Bullllshiiiiiiit.

Show me the virus.

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ImBillCurtis 7 points ago +7 / -0

According to pretty much every ancient religion, humans were created: Christianity, Judaism, Daoism, Shintoism, ancient Sumerian, Ancient South American tribes, North American tribes, Sub-saharan African tribes. I can't think of a single origin story that involves: man 'evolved' or "emerged" on this planet. It's a modern, atheist, scientism fairy tale.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

Joseph Farrell pointed out some DoL reports that didn't quite make sense last year: he pointed out that it appeared they subtracted a few million, then added in a number from some other calculation. However, they couldn't account for about 2.1 million missing from the labor force. The culprits were 1: unvaxxed purges (which would still be able to be reported), or 2: they're dead (which would not have been accounted for) in the 18-65 range.

I'll see if I can find it.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

Love Clif. I think he's absolutely right in that BSG sense: the future will require decentralized, small-scale AI.

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