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    07-31-2021, 01:20 PM
    Voluntarist replied to a thread Cart Narcs in Open Discussion
    When I was a kid in the 50's and 60's, growing up in a small town, you weren't allowed to take the carts out of the store. They bagged up your purchases, put the bags in boxes, and sent them out a window on roller conveyor racks. They'd give you a claim ticket, and you'd drive up outside and wait in a queue for some pimply-faced kid to load your groceries into your car. The minimum wage was low enough that they could afford to pay some pimply-faced kid to do that. Then they went to allowing you to take the carts out into the parking lot. And I realize it was a cost savings to them, but I also figured it was a courtesy from them to me - because it allowed me to get out of the store faster. So I return the courtesy by putting the carts in the return areas when I'm done with them. Hell, if I notice that the return areas are full when I arrive at the store, I'll figure they're probably in short supply inside the store and take a couple in which me when I enter (no hair off my back, I'm going inside anyway). But it seems that in the 21st century, courtesy is in short supply. Too many people assume they're entitled. But narcing, why bother? It's not going to change an a$$hole.
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    07-27-2021, 08:45 AM
    Which genes on which chromosomes are damaged? Can you find that for me?
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    07-27-2021, 08:43 AM
    Which genes on which chromosomes are damaged? Can you find that for me?
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    07-27-2021, 07:40 AM
    Are you referring to that withdrawn Spanish paper that was disavowed by the university at which the research originated? Or something else? Even if you had some magical portal into the cell nucleus, genetic information flows from human DNA to mRNA, and not vice-versa, because humans do not posses the reverse-transcriptase or the Integrase genes (sorry for the Wiki references - but it's just an overview that doesn't dive too deeply into the organic chemistry) But if you're convinced that this is occurring and are working from solid reproduceable research, then you ought to be able to identify which genes on which chromosomes are being impacted. Does the research you're referring to show that? Really, I'm not being facetious about this. Isn't that the basic question you would ask of someone alleging that human genes were being damaged/altered/eliminated? Isn't that the "sniff test"? It just seems like the people making these allegations haven't "Done the math" (or in this case, "Done the chemistry"). It ought to be easy to do this and get reproduceable results - more than 3.8 billion doses have been administered on the planet , so you've got a huge pool of subjects to pull damaged genes from. I'm Jerry Mcquire out here - "Show me the genes". Why is it that no one can identify the genes that have been damaged?
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    07-27-2021, 07:01 AM
    You're referring to the same "research" that Doug Corrigan's blog did ... Rudolf Jaenisch's non-peer-reviewed "unrefereed preprint" from 13DEC2020: => SARS-CoV-2 RNA reverse-transcribed and integrated into the human genome. What's an unrefereed preprint? It appears that some evaluation/discussion of the paper occurred in APR2021 ... where it basically got torn a new one. Those comments resulted in at least two rebuttal papers: 1) Host-virus chimeric events in SARS-CoV2 infected cells are infrequent and artifactual 19FEB2021; which has since been peer reviewed and published in the Journal of Virology 2) SARS-CoV-2-host chimeric RNA-sequencing reads do not necessarily signify virus integration into the host DNA 05MAR2021, which has since been peer reviewed and published in Frontiers in Microbiology
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    07-26-2021, 08:42 PM
    The mRNA cannot reach through the cell nucleus boundary to reach your DNA. How's it gonna mess with your DNA? Can you identify which genes on which chromosomes it supposedly messes with?
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    07-26-2021, 08:38 PM
    Matt, This definition came from the Gene Wikipedia Page, and while I'm guilty of referencing Wikipedia, it's generally to provide an overview description rather than a detailed, accurate one that I could use, for instance, in a paper or other use where my reputation was at stake. And I don't know where the RNA reference comes from. I tried to substantiate the RNA portion through the citations, but it's not referenced in the citations that I can reach (the only citation not online was a book, noted below, which I'm not willing to purchase to check this out). Citation 1: References 1909: The Word Gene Coined (which fails to mention RNA, and seems like one of those "Mom and Apple Pie" narratives that provide a backdrop). The second part of the citation notes that "Wilhelm Johannsen coined the word gene to describe the Mendelian units of heredity..." and provides a link to the Wiki page on Mandelian Inheritance (an old concept which predates the discovery of DNA/RNA). And that Wiki article doesn't mention RNA. Citation 2: References an NBCI article, What is genomic medicine?, and only references RNA in terms of the various types of RNA products produced from Genes/DNA (things like messenger RNA , transfer RNA , and ribosomal RNA ). It defines gene as: Citation 3: References the National Institute of Health's "U.S. National Library of Medicine", specifically an article titled What is a gene? ... and that specifically defines gene as:
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    07-26-2021, 05:31 PM
    Here's the definition for gene therapy: Gene therapy is a technique that modifies a person’s genes to treat or cure disease. Gene therapies can work by several mechanisms: - Replacing a disease-causing gene with a healthy copy of the gene - Inactivating a disease-causing gene that is not functioning properly - Introducing a new or modified gene into the body to help treat a disease Here's the essence of the argument in all of these:
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    07-26-2021, 08:22 AM
    I'll grant that it's not a traditional vaccine, in which the vaccine consists of an active virus that has been attenuated. But I'm not following you on the gene therapy label. In what sense is it gene therapy? The vaccine contains no genes, nor does it modify any genes. It contains strands of mRNA, which act as blueprints for the ribosomes to produce the spike protein (the only epitope of the virus that the immune system is being conditioned to act against). I had the first Moderna jab in February, and the second in March. The only side effects I had were some minor pain at the injection site about an hour after the jab (lasting for maybe three hours) and some fatigue for a day or so (not even at the level of what accompanies a cold). No magnetism. No apparent graphene oxide poisoning. No autism. I haven't checked my fertility status - but at my age it really doesn't matter. In short, I'm one of the hundreds of millions of people in the US who have received one of the vaccines without serious side effects. But if I start suffering any ill effects, I'll be sure to post them.
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    07-22-2021, 11:53 AM
    In fact, he was a former candidate before the election took place. https://ballotpedia.org/Addison_Sarter
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    07-20-2021, 02:15 PM
    I just saw this referred to on another libertarian site and thought I should repost here. I haven't thoroughly checked it out, but it seemed like a red flag. Stop using Brave Browser, now! Android Police also have a news item about it.
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    07-19-2021, 10:16 AM
    That's what Big Pharma wants you to believe
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    07-19-2021, 09:55 AM
    I was going to ask what this "Fifth Column" was - because my initial search revealed that Actually, I found the correct group at the URL provided in the OP: https://principia-scientific.com/graphene-oxide-causative-or-etiological-agent-and-how-to-lessen-it/ ... and now it makes sense.
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    07-18-2021, 12:09 PM
    Different classes of modeling. The Electron Microscope models are static models with no predictive element to them. It's like a weather map right now, or over the past several minutes or hours. The uncertainty/error in these models comes from not having recorded data or not having recorded it precisely enough (kind of like a person failing to notice something). A photograph is a model in this class - a two-dimensional, machine-generated model of a three-dimensional vista. The Climate Models are predictive or forecast models. They're like a weather forecast for the next several hours or days. The uncertainty in these models comes from failing to predict the future correctly.
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    07-18-2021, 09:58 AM
    Well yeah, in the sense that electronics and computers are used to assemble the data from an electron microscope, or that electronics and computers are used to assemble EM spectrum data being detected by the Hubble telescope, or electronics and computers are used to assemble data from CT Scanners. That technology's not considered black magic by the folks here, is it? I mean, it's considered trustworthy and reliable, right? Inspired by your avatar: I guess I didn't realize that you had basically been asking if anyone had put on really strong eye glasses and squinted real hard to see the thing at ~100 nm scale.
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    07-18-2021, 06:58 AM
    Amazon has it for $7.99. Five for $8.99 (What's wrong with those additional four cards?)
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    07-18-2021, 06:38 AM
    Yeah, I've got an acquaintance working in Genetics at Argonne who's been working with it since sometime last year (not sure exactly when he started).
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    07-17-2021, 09:48 PM
    Doug Corrigan's blog entry is dated 16MAR2021, and it looks as if he was examining Rudolf Jaenisch's non-peer-reviewed "unrefereed preprint" from 13DEC2020: => SARS-CoV-2 RNA reverse-transcribed and integrated into the human genome. What's an unrefereed preprint? It appears that some evaluation/discussion of the paper occurred in APR2021 ... where it basically got torn a new one. Those comments resulted in at least two rebuttal papers: 1) Host-virus chimeric events in SARS-CoV2 infected cells are infrequent and artifactual 19FEB2021; which has since been peer reviewed and published in the Journal of Virology 2) SARS-CoV-2-host chimeric RNA-sequencing reads do not necessarily signify virus integration into the host DNA 05MAR2021, which has since been peer reviewed and published in Frontiers in Microbiology
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    07-17-2021, 04:30 PM
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    07-17-2021, 04:06 PM
    Has anyone identified which genes on which chromosomes they modify?
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    07-17-2021, 10:36 AM
    Go to Quebec and say that
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    07-17-2021, 08:55 AM
    See their website: The interstate compact portion of it would undoubtedly have it challenged in the Supreme Court regarding questions of constitutionality - regarding this If each state signed onto the pact were to simply enact it immediately rather than collaboratively waiting for other states to reach the magic 270 number, then there'd be no constitutional question. As of 2021APR26, there are 16 states (with 195 electoral votes ... down 1 due to the 2020 census) that have already signed on. Pragmatically, they're all blue states; and if they had the magic number needed to invoke the pact, then they wouldn't need to. CA (54 ... down from 55) CO (10 ... up from 9)
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    07-14-2021, 09:32 AM
    Voluntarist replied to a thread I am in love in Open Discussion
    W/R to "Something", does McCartney's work better (he's got a much larger ensemble)?
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    07-13-2021, 07:54 PM
    Let's see - in the absence of cloture, the Democrats in the houses of the Texas legislature have found a mechanism (quorum) to give the same outcome as a filibuster (but effectively requiring a 2/3 rather than a 3/5 vote to "reach cloture"). Hey PAF, do you suppose there's any way that we could get this quorum stuff tied into general elections - that unless at least 2/3 of the eligible voters turned out then the election wouldn't count. It's not a perfect outcome, but it might slow them down a bit.
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    07-09-2021, 07:15 PM
    Voluntarist replied to a thread I am in love in Open Discussion
    Maybe, just maybe, you should pour tod evans some smooth Canadian whiskey, and he can talk a little sense into you.
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