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I am going thru the BBC version now….. predictive programming?
Ok but are there other vaccines that have worked via the same ring theory?
Playing devil’s advocate here…. Someone else posted Edward Nirenberg’s response to Bossche’s Claims https://www.deplatformdisease.com/blog/addressing-geert-vanden-bossches-claims
A couple of points that seem to be most salient to me….
It’s not exactly rocket science, it’s a basic principle taught in a student’s first vaccinology class: One shouldn’t use a prophylactic vaccine in populations exposed to high infectious pressure (which is now certainly the case as multiple highly infectious variants are currently circulating in many parts of the world).
There is no such principle. It in fact directly goes against current policies for responding to outbreaks of e.g. measles, mumps, meningococcal disease, etc. and more generally is directly at odds with the incredibly effective ring vaccination strategy.
So is there no difference in the so-called pressure with COVID19 vs “outbreaks” of say measles? Would seem that in a given community of a measles outbreak, might be similar to a community of a COVID19 outbreak?
Furthermore he comments how the virus does not mutate in the host for long after vaccination so if a group is 100% vaccinated (Bossche’s fear that would pressure mutation), there is not much time for mutation to develop & escape.
Nirenberg points to several studies that dismiss Bossche’s claims of the vaccines being “leaky”.
So, all things being equal, might we consider the J&J vaccine slightly less experimental (i.e. more conventional) than the MRNA vaccines? That and the fact that it is one shot, makes me perhaps consider it slightly above the other when picking one’s poison
A small randomized trial (N=146) of inhaled steroids for mild covid showed a significant reduction of clinical deterioration [1° endpoint (10)14% vs (1)1%]https://t.co/Ze5GZLRpKt @LancetRespirMed pic.twitter.com/eJijpz3f76
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) April 11, 2021
A small randomized trial (N=146) of inhaled steroids for mild covid showed a significant reduction of clinical deterioration [1° endpoint (10)14% vs (1)1%]
They’re designed to train your immune system to fight them off. People getting infected after vaccination is not, by itself, proof of failure.
Would you say if you’re in close contact with elderly who are vaccinated, they would be safer by being in contact with only vaccinated people?
What’s Chris Martensons latest thoughts on he himself getting the vaccine?
looks like Squarespace shut down https://www.americasfrontlinedoctors.com/
You know one thing going for my current location is our delivery options. We have 1-day/same-day Amazon Prime/Now, Instacart, Peapod, Shipt, many restaurants, etc. Some more rural locations I am considering just would be much more isolated from a supply chain standpoint. This may change as companies look to more drone deliveries. Another thing is internet connection. Some places I was looking at don’t have FIOS like connections. Look forward to Musk’s Starlink rolling out later this year. The issue is right now I don’t have a lot of farmable land so I am working on a hydroponics system and am considering designing it to be mobile. I guess these are the tradeoffs each individual has to answer for themselves… how much do you want to be on your own “island”
What do you make of all the hospitals (excluding places like NYC) that seem to have major census drops and are furloughing staff? Alex Berenson has been reporting on this a lot https://twitter.com/alexberenson