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JohnQPublic 1 point ago +1 / -0

Running the numbers on a 3/10 placebo rate for double-jabbers. (Suggested by a European nurse on bitchute.)

9% of the jabbed suffer zero side effects except for nocebo effects.

42% get saline and 1 actual mRNA. Half whammy effect.

49% get double jabbed and have the full whammy effect.

There's going to be some that react so strongly to the first (true) dose they don't get the second. I haven't accounted for that.

Assuming a 70% vax rate (the goal), it leads to about 33% of the population getting double tapped, 39% no effect (including the unvaxxed), and the rest suffering from the single jab effects, whatever those may be.

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JohnQPublic 4 points ago +4 / -0

I think it means anything the algorithms can't analyze goes into the, "Welp, must be Jewish" pile.

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JohnQPublic 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's amazing how much overlap there is between these symptoms and scorpion venom.

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JohnQPublic 1 point ago +1 / -0

My questions are answers. Have you ever seen the universe in the standard model from any other viewpoint other than from Earth?

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JohnQPublic 1 point ago +1 / -0

How does the universe look like really?

That's a good question. What does it look like from a viewpoint other than earth? Is that even possible to see? Is it knowable? I ask again because it's important: Is it knowable?

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JohnQPublic 1 point ago +1 / -0

To what purpose are you constructing a model? What question do you need answered that you need a model to solve?

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JohnQPublic 1 point ago +1 / -0

We teach our students that when a mechanism does not support their observations, the mechanism must either be revised to support the facts or entirely discounted. They are not required to provide an alternative. -James Tour, Synthetic Chemist

This isn't about competetive models. It's about truth. "Globe earth, heliocentric universe" doesn't have the grounds upon which to go on the offensive polemically, it is in dire need of apologetic defense. Unfortunately for it, there is none.

A globe earth would dictate a measurable and detectable curve. This cannot be supplied. The contrary can be. The recent survey work of JTolan covers this nicely. The California aqueduct when measured as a manmade structure measures over distance as with a curved earth, but when the water contained within is measured over distance the results indicate a flat earth.

Yes, we do have accurate maps of the earth. They're flat. That's slightly tongue in cheek. Researching flat earth has had me autodidactically learning about surveying and how maps are made. All maps are made with reference to the sky, as per the coordinate system of latitude and longitude. If there is an intrinsic misunderstanding in the relationship between the sky and the earth, then that error can be included in all calculations without ever being noticed. When you measure earth with reference to the sky on the presumption of a globe earth, you get a ball earth and an arbitrarilly large sky. When you measure the earth with reference to the earth, it comes back flat. If you measure earth with regard to earth at low angles over great distances the measurements vary with regard to temperature and atmospheric conditions. My conclusion there is that the relationship between the earth and the sky is misunderstood, possibly deliberately, resulting in the mathematical transposition of the roundness of the celestial sphere onto the plane of the earth.

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JohnQPublic 1 point ago +1 / -0

Certain terms like "Black Swan" and "Flatten the Curve" became popular talking points related to the false pandemic, and it seemed awfully forced in that use. At least the first one did. There's a prominant and unpopular conspiracy that was gaining steam with that first one as a hashtag.