by Harambe
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LandoNorris 7 points ago +7 / -0

I don’t think it’s over yet, i believe it’s supposed to last most of the weekend but nobody was calling for a high chance of anything catastrophic. Just disruption to some internet, gps and that sort of thing.

You can see the chart here which shows it’s still ongoing https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/planetary-k-index

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LandoNorris 2 points ago +2 / -0

My thoughts exactly. Although in OP’s link below it says it’s in Iceland where they use mostly geothermal power so it may be sustainable in that sense.

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

Text of the bill:

https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr6090/BILLS-118hr6090eh.pdf

Correct me if I’m wrong here but the bill doesn’t appear to say what he thinks it says.

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

I remember years ago when I was so naive that I thought if republicans and democrats agreed on something then it must be a good thing lol.

Now if I see them agreeing im against it and I don’t even have to hear what it’s about. If it’s bipartisan, I’m against it

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LandoNorris 0 points ago +2 / -2

Finally the guy is doing something helpful. Maybe he’s not as bad as I thought

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

For once I actually agree with you lol. Ulbricht is responsible for facilitating drug sales that likely killed hundreds or thousands. (If everything they say about him is true) While I think bankman fried should face harsher penalties, these two crimes aren’t really comparable imo

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LandoNorris -1 points ago +2 / -3

I regret to inform you that on the rare occasion when you’ve encountered a flat earther, they were just fucking with you. There’s very very few people who actually believe in it.

It was popularized after a Netflix special from about a decade or two ago and almost all flat earthers are just trolling each other or are people who are too dumb to get the joke.

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just insane then, gotcha. Ok well you’re in good company here.

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LandoNorris 3 points ago +4 / -1

Nobody in the comments right now even suggest harry had done anything, what are you even talking about?

Are you someone legitimately trying to point out bullshit on this site or are you just a troll? I thought it was the former but now seems it’s the latter.

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LandoNorris 9 points ago +9 / -0

I know everyone here wants to think this is about the vaccines, and I certainly won’t be surprised if the data shows an even sharper increase in cancer over the last couple years but these articles are all talking about significantly rising rates for the last two decades. Yes that map correlates with vaccination rates but it correlates with a lot of other stuff too

This is something we should all be interested in. The various poisons that we put in our bodies today compared to decades past is one main cause. Sedentary lifestyle is another. I’m sure there’s a bunch of other reasons as well

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +2 / -1

How do you know the actual people aren’t around? I’m just a casual user here but if I was more active and or posting controversial things, I’d be creating alts and starting new accounts frequently

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LandoNorris 4 points ago +6 / -2

Exactly. Flat earthers weren’t even really a thing until Netflix did a documentary on them like 15 years ago. Now it’s like 90% trolls and is a great way to show normies how crazy all those conspiracy theorists are.

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LandoNorris 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nice clickbait by the New York post. The article says that “long covid” does exist but it is basically a post viral syndrome and thus shouldn’t be called long covid. Post viral syndromes have always been a real thing that happens to a small number of people after infection from a virus.

It’s so funny to me how people here are so adamant that the vaccines are dangerous (which I do agree with) but then suddenly they think the virus itself, a literally bioengineered virus that they were almost certainly weaponizing, is perfectly safe. How does that make any sense? Especially considering the fact that both the virus and vaccines dose your body with spike proteins.

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LandoNorris 2 points ago +2 / -0

Right!? What started my privacy journey was when I bought a smart lightbulb like ten years ago and actually read the privacy policy for the app. Oh, you need my photos, contacts, location, etc for a lightbulb?

I always say, I don’t care what people do with their data, I just want them to know what’s happening so they can make an educated choice.

The apple app store gives a summary of privacy details for each app in the store unfortunately I learned something else recently which that the privacy details they give you aren’t always correct.

I was looking for a private notes app because I actually read the privacy policy for the ones that come with the iPhone. Basically when I read the actual privacy policy on the app makers website it didn’t agree with the privacy details posted in the App Store. This was a small sample size of about a dozen but about half said on their website that they took more data than what they claimed they took on the App Store.

So using the App Store details is a good start but to really know, you should read the actual privacy policy. Typically for apps they’re pretty short and easy to read.

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have heard this before but haven’t been able to confirm it. If they do have a back door, they’ve been doing a good job of keeping it under wraps. I’m not tech savvy enough to really know but if signal is open source and nobody has found a back door, then that’s a good thing, right?

I know the govt can access your signal messages if they compromise your phone but that’s not really unexpected.

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

I understand the concern but it’s always about a persons personal threat level and what they’re trying to achieve. I am trying to stay private from normal data brokers/google/etc. if you’re trying to stay private from cia/govts/mossad then that’s going to be a different situation and one that I’m not really educated on.

If I use a vpn, then maybe my data is falling into the wrong hands, if I don’t use a vpn then I know for sure that my data is being sold to many companies. That’s why i opt for a vpn.

With that being said, generally I would avoid any of the major players like express/nord and similar for a variety of reasons

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LandoNorris 3 points ago +3 / -0

-Install an ad / tracker blocker on your phone and computer. Adblock(pro) & ublock origin are generally accepted as good ones last I checked.

-Purchase and install a vpn. It’s a simple program or app that you install. It hides your location from websites and apps. For the not tech savvy it sounds confusing but it’s not. I use AdGuard but any major one will work for your average user. Free vpns are available but I don’t recommend them. Just install the app/program and click connect and that’s basically it. I have it always on but some people use it just for “stuff they might want more private” wink wink

-delete as many apps as possible off your phone. Use the website instead. Apps are probably the number one data muncher in your entire life. The data they take varies but many take almost everything off your phone and sell it.

Facebook sells your data to over 1000 different data companies. If you can, stop using it altogether, if not at least delete the app.

Do all or even any of these things and you’ll be on your way. It’s taken me years to get where I am. I do a little here, little there. It adds up over time.

This is a topic I’m passionate about so I’m always up for answering more questions

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LandoNorris 9 points ago +9 / -0

If you own a new car and cellphone with lots of apps and do little to nothing to preserve your privacy, the amount of data they have about you is mind boggling.

This is why people think their phones are listening to them when the truth is much worse. They have so much data on you and others around you that they can predict what you’re going to think or do.

It’s hard to convey how well they know you. They literally know you better than you know yourself in some cases. If they want you to think about something, you will think about it. Imagine the power that wields. Now think about how it can be used to manipulate the masses. Scary.

If you don’t think this pertains to you, you’re wrong. Obviously some people more than others but it affects everyone.

Protect your privacy as much as possible. Message or reply to me if you’re completely lost and need help, otherwise just do a internet search

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LandoNorris 2 points ago +2 / -0

In the report they admit that there was a program to establish if they could reverse engineer one of these unidentified objects. But they had to close the program because they didn’t have any objects to reverse engineer. Ummmm ok

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LandoNorris 4 points ago +7 / -3

Finally we won’t have these old bastards doing everything for Israel… we’ll have younger people doing everything for Israel.

Can’t wait

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LandoNorris 7 points ago +7 / -0

It’s funny, at first I appreciated your opinions, even if I didn’t always agree, because they generally went against the grain here and I think that’s important to any conversation.

Then I started noticing how you only have these opinions about one specific topic concerning one specific type of people and country. And it’s always just downplaying any bad news about these people without any real substantial thoughts or opposing facts.

Hmm really makes ya think

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +2 / -1

One of the only things that bridges the gap between liberals and conservatives

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LandoNorris 1 point ago +1 / -0

Preface this by saying I can’t remember the important part lol.

I was watching a YouTube video recently where a dr was talking about the rise in autism and he said it was almost totally a nutrient issue in mothers. I remember it making total sense. Let me see if I can find it

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