Fallen footballers, and dose dependency

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  • Mon, Dec 27, 2021 - 12:18pm

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    Jim H

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    Fallen footballers, and dose dependency

Recently I read a tweet that was attempting to rationalize the spate of cardio-stricken soccer players across the world as being not vaccine related – the point was that the poster didn’t see members of the highly vax’ed NFL and NBA having the same issues.  Beyond the obvious point that soccer is much more cardio intensive on a continuous basis than either american football or basketball, there is another factor that I think is even more relevant;  The dosage.

People tend to forget that (other than the downsized 5-11 YO vax) this is a one-size fits all vaccine… in the US a slight 12 YO girl will get the same “adult” vaccine that a 300 lb. NFL lineman would get.  As with any pharma product, the dose is effectively more or less depending on the weight of the recipient.  This is of course why we talk about Ivermectin in terms of 0.2, or 0.4 mg/kg.  The /kg (per kilogram) part is correcting for your weight.  If you think we employ a similar level of sophistication in dose correcting in for vaccines, you are sorely mistaken;

        https://www.wbtv.com/2021/04/19/good-question-is-same-covid-vaccine-dosage-given-everyone-regardless-weight/

Moderna’s instructions say to give everybody .5 milliliters for each dose.  For Pfizer, it says to give everyone .3 milliliters for each dose.  And for Johnson & Johnson, which is still on pause, the instructions are to give every person .5 milliliters of the vaccine.  The only thing that may change depending on somebody’s weight is the length of the needle.  That’s the way it works with all vaccines, according to the CDC.

I did a quick bit of research to test my hypothesis that soccer players, as a result of their smaller size in general, are getting a larger effective dose of mRNA;

Average weight of players;

European soccer league:  170 lbs

NBA:                                    216 lbs (+27 % vs soccer)

NFL:                                    246 lbs (+45% vs soccer)

So, there you have it.  The sport with the highest cardio demand is getting the largest effective dose.  We know based on the work interrogating VAERS by Dr. Jessica Rose that myocarditis risk is dramatically heightened in young mRNA vax recipients as well as in the case of second dose vs first dose… and in fact BOTH of these factors may be in part dose related, as young people tend to weigh less than old.

Meanwhile, soccer players, and normal people like you and me, are still dying for nothing;

 

 

 

 

 

  • Mon, Dec 27, 2021 - 01:27pm

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    Mike from Jersey

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I watched a few college football games this fall.

There were at least two players who either had to quit football or take months off from the sport.

I have been watching college football since I was a kid (many decades ago) and I never before heard that happen even once.

  • Mon, Dec 27, 2021 - 09:14pm

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    Oliveoilguy

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Excellent analysis Jim…The dose per body weight used in the horse paste seems more advanced scientifically than the Ivermectin “pill” that would be given equally to a 250 lb. man and a 95lb. Woman.  Maybe there is a weight adjustment, but I have not seen it.

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    Andy in the Sun

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And so it continues… and nobody has any suspicion.

Mali ace Ousmane Coulibaly, 32, suffers heart attack during a league game in Qatar.

https://newyorkfolk.com/sport/mali-ace-ousmane-coulibaly-32-suffers-heart-attack-on-pitch-as-match-abandoned/

And the media is surprisingly (not for us of course) pussyfooting around this story. If that continues then the next world cup will be played by the nation’s 2nd class teams.

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