• Intoxiklown's Avatar
    04-19-2018, 05:10 PM
    Sorry....while I was raping your pitiful retort, I forgot this gem..... Here is their company http://www.nanodiagnostics.it/en/ Never mind that pretty much every company and group they list as sources, supporters, fellows, ect are ALL somehow operated by these two idiots.
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    04-19-2018, 04:51 PM
    If you really want to call me pointing out that these two have a LONG history of lying and use the junkiest of junk science to promote their "theories" and generate money for their business as coming "to the rescue of big pharma and our legal system that protects the biggest criminals (including the medical industry)" then let me know now as it's pointless to talk to you past this. I didn't "defend" anyone. Instead I pointed out why banking any kind of validity to this article is a being extremely intellectually dishonest. Thank you for providing yet more proof how this preconceived notion and bias makes the vast majority of people within the anti-vaxx movement so completely ignorant of facts. The only point I made was relaying the stated reasons (which Stefano Montanari HIMSELF has stated as the reason for the raid and seizures, but he's probably part of the Big Pharma conspiracy, amirite?) for the event. And again you're equating stating simple facts regarding a case or person as blanket defense of this global cabal. That's a nice way to keep that personal world view safe by taking any thing that discredits anyone or any stance within your view as a blanket defense of your perceived "enemy stance". This is like you covering your ears and screaming, "Nyah Nyah" and going on to tell yourself that you have a black belt in intellectual judo.
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    04-18-2018, 08:07 PM
    Sigh.....and this is where you fail, Donnay. You explain away anyone who disagrees with you with labels like sheep, blind, unwilling to "research", paid shill, ect.....but you are the one who glaringly does zero amount of looking into anything past a piece that says what you want to be true. I got that information from a few places. One would be school (understanding certain basic sciences like chemistry and biology), but the rest came from your sources (which I read) as well as the sources listed in support of your original. That's to insure I grasp what is being presented. Then, I start looking for articles which dispute the claims made (to understand what is presented as wrong with the other). Then I simply do a little fact checking on things like processes used, methods used, who is making the claim, ect. http://www.google.com You'll need that to look up a good translator because pretty much the only English articles to be found regarding this are only to be found on anti-vaxx sites. All the true news sites covering it are going to be found in Italian, as the truth of the case in no way makes it interesting to anyone outside that area. I'll post a few links to get you started, but if I can take the time to translate them because I don't like talking out of my ass then you'll understand why I would expect no less from you or anyone else. Italian CV of Antonietta Gatti: https://consultambientepsg.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/c-v-2013-antonietta-morena-gatti.pdfhttp://
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    04-18-2018, 05:23 PM
    I did explain....in detail. See my first post
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    04-18-2018, 05:21 PM
    The original bulldog was the Olde English Bulldogge (Pits, American bulldogs, Bull Mastiffs, English Bulldogs, Rotts, ect all descend from the breed), although back then they were simply called bull dogs as they were bred purely for bull baiting. We're actually lucky that they bred with other breeds to keep their genetics and traits available because it wasn't very long after bull baiting was banned that the original breed literally was extinct. But in the 1970s when Carolina Dogs (the American wild dingo) had been captured and examined making national news about this as domestication became the "in thing", another breeder (I forget his name) got interested in the bull dogs original ancestor. While not a true "Olde English", he recreated the breed by basically reverse breeding it's ancestors based on getting physical traits he could find in paintings and sculptures, and gauged temperament based on writings of the dog from the time period. The ONLY reason I know this is I stumbled on a breeder of them while looking for an American bulldog. But I'm glad I did, as I've owned several different bully breeds but have never seen such an even keeled dog with (and I know this will sound cliche', but I promise I'm being literal) a young child's affection for a parent. Super easy to train as any sense of you not being happy with their action will result in them going to pout until you go love on them. We have a male who is just over 4 years old, and ironically just picked up a female this past Sunday to give Boss Man a friend and future momma to his puppies (I want to be sure I get a male off of Boss before I lose him to time). I'll never own another breed. And two things I have to point out about this entire thread I'm a bit shocked weren't mentioned.... 1) More people are bitten by Golden Retrievers per year than a bulldog (that includes ALL bulldog breeds)
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    04-18-2018, 04:37 PM
    I fall more into the minarchist camp based on the premise of some government being a necessary evil (mainly for an objective 3rd party for disputes....in a perfect world). Key word "some". And I should finish it tonight.....I got a bit sidetracked learning enough Italian to navigate Italian news archives....lol
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    04-18-2018, 04:23 PM
    That is an article posted by an anti-vax site, citing a "study" that is hosted on what is called a Predatory Publisher site (meaning for a few hundred dollars, the ONLY requirement for them to host, they will host any BS study you give them. Promise to reimburse and I'll prove it by having a study on MedCrave by tonight that will clearly show my research has shown that Donnay eats unbaptized children to appease Lord Xenu). The "study" was reported by the International Journal of Vaccines and Vaccination, which charges authors of research papers from $589 to $989 to publish.....another Predatory Publisher. I can almost guarantee you that every "study" you find that if you type in the name of the host and add the words predatory publisher you're going to find out all this "evidence" is only found on places that only require a nominal fee to have a study posted. But honestly.....if you REALLY need more proof this is TOTAL BS.... From your sources: Researchers examining 44 samples of 30 different vaccines found dangerous contaminants, including red blood cells in one vaccine and metal toxicants in every single sample tested – except in one animal vaccine.
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    04-17-2018, 10:00 PM
    Lazy is more like it. I had to delete some dashes produced by a few facts translated from Italian to English from the only actual news sites that has covered this story. For some reason google translator insists on adding dashes to several words. Pretty much every English site I found were all groups opposed to vaccines and pretty much were just article shares off of whichever one first produced the OP article.
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    04-17-2018, 06:58 PM
    I'm going to make a suggestion to you that I do to people on FaceBook all the time..... When you see some spectacular story like this, take time to read the pages that are calling it BS and at least see if things don't add up before you propagate said spectacular story? The husband claims the title of Doctor....yet has no such education in any capacity. The wife claims a PhD earned in Experimental Physics while attending the University of Bologna in 1976 even though no such PhD program was offered ANYWHERE in Italy until 1980. You can also view her diplomas online (I can link if you like, but they are in Italian) and see the words, “diploma di specialita" in (translated rest to English)Biomedical Technologies (Bioengeneering) on her second claimed PhD. The problem is “Diploma di Specialità” (“Diploma di Specializzazione” is the correct name, actually) is a post graduation title for specialists, not a PhD. And the two titles of Specialist and PhD are on separate planets akin to someone completing one semester at junior college and claiming a PhD. Look up the "Luft Affair" of 2009. These two shysters (and make no mistake, that is what they are.) with a few friends who happened to be part of a sales group dealing in monorail systems and convinced the Mayor of Rome that they could clean up the city’s air, by fitting giant vacuum cleaners to the tops of the city buses, to pump air through nanoparticle electro filters as the buses drove around. So the funding was given to pay for the $25,000 super filters only to realize that the Roman scientists who tried to tell them that there is no current technology that can filter ultrafine nanoparticles which is what you're talking about when speaking to nanoparticles that can penetrate at the microcellular level as their "research" claims. Never mind they released a spectacular tell all research paper last year to show they were right about vaccines being evil. Well, it was spectacular until anyone who had ever read a science book read their study and realized they had no controls and their methods description was borderline criminally inadequate. In other words, it was obvious there was no experiments or studies....they simply wrote up some BS that they thought sounded official.
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    04-17-2018, 05:00 PM
    Yeah. Was just getting into that part and was hitting up forums checking some other sources to attempt to wrap my head around a few things he is getting off into along those line
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    04-17-2018, 12:09 PM
    Wanted to post this as I had never heard of this book before nor seen it mentioned here on the forums that I recall. A friend suggested I check it out following a discussion about politics and realizing my views were grounded in libertarian philosophy. I'm about half way through it but so far it's really good (good enough that I took a break to mention it here). But apparently this book had a lot to do with helping Ron Paul onto the road of libertarianism. pdf link: http://www.lib.cmb.ac.lk/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/0001_anarchy_state_and_utopia.pdf Cheers
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    04-03-2018, 03:23 PM
    Honestly Sword, it would be domestic law enforcement. However, the military is perfectly legal to utilize for those situations under Presidential decree authorizing it under set parameters. In other words, there is nothing illegal about Trump following through with this statement. More so doing so to act as an augmentation force to border patrol. And agreed....and I say this as someone who is not really a fan of Trump....at least he is willing to take action.
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    04-03-2018, 03:05 PM
    lol....I'm hip. And understand when I speak to issues with his results being repeated that's not to say I say I fall in with the "it's a hoax" crowd. Simply stating that if real, until he shares his process to allow for independent testing under controlled conditions healthy objectivity makes sense.
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    04-03-2018, 12:02 PM
    Surely you don't need me to explain how some youtube videos don't equate into facts.
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    04-03-2018, 11:42 AM
    Actually, no one can reproduce his claims nor will he disclose or even demonstrate his claims under controlled conditions.
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    04-03-2018, 10:50 AM
    Just to play devil's advocate on this topic..... The problem with the notion of cell phones being able to emit cancer causing radiation is that would mean literally everything we know regarding particle physics is incorrect. And if that were the case, pretty much any technology based around particle physics would not work.
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    04-03-2018, 10:41 AM
    One of my concerns is the narrative of China manipulating their currency (which I don't dispute that they are). When the talking heads espouse that point they never go into detail about how they are doing so, and for good reason. And that's the fact that China accomplishes this (one aspect at least) by putting profits into US Treasuries instead of putting them back into their own economy. If China stops that practice, wouldn't that be a double edged economic attack? Meaning: 1) China halts future purchases of US Treasuries, which we all know puts a dent in available monies. Granted, with China expected to increase the import of US oil by upwards of 80% that could very well force China's hand in purchasing those treasuries. But couldn't it also force a deal with another oil exporter? 2) China starts selling of it's held US Treasuries (China holds 19% of US debt held by foreign nations) once those dollars found their way back to the US you get inflation.
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    04-03-2018, 10:30 AM
    Personally, I enjoy the majority of Zippy's posts. Now, enjoy doesn't equate into agree with mind you. But many times I'll give his posts +Rep simply for both stating an argument to something (to be honest, I'm confident he does so simply to play devil's advocate at times as opposed to relaying a heartfelt opinion) as well as having the intestinal fortitude for doing so on this forum. Part of the reason I thoroughly enjoy and recommend this site is due to the debates, because I've never seen full consensus even among people who are almost identical in views. It kind of goes with libertarian thought as personal interpretation and application of things like Natural Law can really vary from person to person. But this "argumentative atmosphere" allows a large majority of people in the community a forum (some who should be either working for NASA or teaching civics, economics, or law) to dissect each other's ideas in open debate. And that's just good for all of us as a whole.
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    04-01-2018, 09:15 PM
    Depends on what your definition of the word "people" is...
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    04-01-2018, 07:21 PM
    To be fair, anything being openly released via patent applications is usually a good indicator of where companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing, ect were 5 to 10 years ago if those patents have any form of military applications. But not to derail the thread, but did anyone else read over the magnetic containment systems and fields discussed on those patent applications? Granted we're talking infant shoes but that potentially is beginning applied science to being able to use antimatter energy sources.
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    04-01-2018, 06:50 PM
    Sad but true. I found this out when enlisting in the Army. I have a few tattoos, two of which are on my front torso. On my left pec is an American eagle with the stars and bars for it's wings. Starting at mid right pec and going down in a straight line ending about lower mid abdomen is my family name written in Runic alphabet (I'm Nordic on my father's side, out of Denmark). I never thought anything more of them than being an American southerner whose family were of "Viking" descent. Then while weighing and taping in the recruiters office....and I took my shirt off? ROFL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    04-01-2018, 06:35 PM
    So, right off the bat.....yes. Yes. Yes. Had I listened to all of you back in 2011 (when I at least first started hearing about BitCoin) when you were all begging fellow RPF'ers to get involved, I'd could have sold off and be a retired multi-millionaire. So yes, you told me so....lol That said, I've been curiously looking at Stellar as of late and I'll explain why. While Lumens are in no way looking in any form to replicate what BitCoin did, with their (if I'm understanding correctly) business model of a "crypto currency" working in conjunction with American retailers and banking structure I believe there is a somewhat safe long term (10+ years minimum) investment opportunity. I understand it's mainly due to the concerted effort to attack true crypto currencies by the same people wanting to work with Stellar. Have any of the grizzled crypto guys been thinking / following the same thing? Do you agree with what I'm (admittedly understanding and explaining on a very rudimentary level. I'm still educating myself) thinking? If not, why?
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  • Intoxiklown's Avatar
    04-01-2018, 01:11 PM
    Yeah...that's what I was getting at as well with my previous post
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    04-01-2018, 01:10 PM
    Yeah. Now, there is a weird variable to that though. Part of China's ramp up with demand means an 80% increase from American oil as compared to where it is now. But how that will affect things....I've no clue.
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    04-01-2018, 11:09 AM
    Yeah, they surpassed the US by just shy of 1 million barrels per day (due to more US supply state side). They're around 55% or so of OPEC nation's business which has declined some as it was higher prior to some deals with both Russia and Brazil, but their demand is steadily rising. China imports around 18% of global oil sold to foreign nations with the US being a few decimal points above 16%ish
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    04-01-2018, 07:30 AM
    Gotta spread, or I would have had to have +Rep'ed that for getting straight to the root cause of a problem
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    04-01-2018, 07:29 AM
    LOL I'm sorry, but this was funny. I mean to the point of funny that I actually could see one of those old school late night TV 900 number commercials for "young hot girls want to talk", but for Congress.
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    04-01-2018, 07:28 AM
    I gave rep, but just wanted to actually say thank you for helping to educate me some.
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