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“In 2019, with the backing of NIAID, the National Institutes of Health committed $3.7 million over six years for research that included some gain-of-function work. The program followed another $3.7 million, 5-year project for collecting and studying bat coronaviruses, which ended in 2019, bringing the total to $7.4 million.”
Pub. date April 2020.
From working in clean-room type facilities (similar to bio-hazard, extreme ventilation control etc.) … Accidents Happen – occasionally.
I bought a graphics card for mining, back in 2015.
Never figured out how to set it up, to do the encryption tasks associated with Bitcoin “mining”.
Ted Nugent “Cat Scratch Fever”
Flying Lizards “I want Money”
The End game was made 100% clear on 9-11.
Just takes people a while to see it, because it is rather horrifying.
Think Blood Passover – Writ Large.
>>> The media tells you of “blood clots” but that doesn’t really convey what is happening.
I think my sister in law’s father can help with that.
He got a blood clot in the vein that drains his left eye, about 20 years ago.
Nobody realized it was a clot. That part took about 9 months.
His eye swelled up about the size of a golf ball, and then I didn’t see him for a while.
From what I hear, it got bigger. He had to wear a stainless “bra” for his eye to keep it from falling out or dangling around his face.
Eventually they did a surgical “roto rooter” operation by sending a tool in through his thigh, up the circulatory system to his forehead.
His eye was almost instantly back to normal.
Watching him go through that, was enough to make me REALLY fear blood clots.
There’s a cancer-cannabis study called the Madrid study that uses the word “antineoplastic” to describe Cannabis.
In 2005 I visited a cancer patient in Canada who used Cannabis to arrest his cancer, after giving up on American “health care”.
“Antineoplastic: Acting to prevent, inhibit or halt the development of a neoplasm (a tumor). An agent with antineoplastic properties. For example, oxaliplatin (Eloxatin) is an antineoplastic used in the treatment of metastatic colon cancer.”
Yes, looking forward to Chris’ next Covid19 webcast.
>>> emotional element that short circuits rational thought.
I guess that could be related to my observation that some cats and even some chickens are functionally more intelligent than many human beings in the USA.
Based on observations made in a rural town in Oregon.
chicken – 200 million neurons (how many brain cells to a neuron ?)
cats – 2 billion neurons
humans – 86 billion neurons
Before Covid19, I’ve listened to economists like Jim Rickards run through the mechanics of how it would a work.
A Ratio between the # of Dollars available, and the # of Gold Ounces.
When the calculations were done before Covid19, the price ended up in the range $10K to $15K, call it $12.5K.
IF you go by M1, that increases about 4 fold, so then the mapping of # dollars to #ounces of Gold ends up with a price of $50K.
The problem is “Solved” in other words.
Then there are other questions that are worth discussing, such as, why use M1 and not M2 ?
The increase of M2 during Covid19 was much less dramatic than that of M1.
What would the price of Apple stock be, if 95% of investment demand was deferred to an index of the Apple stock price, instead of actual ownership of a share of Apple stock ? Probably, a lot less.
In any case, you end up with Big Numbers for the price of Gold.
Why not go to a Bitcoin backed system ?
It would be interesting to see some other country go to a Bitcoin backed system and then experience an EMP event (that crashes all the computers.) I guess that would be a separate subject. 🙂
>>> but we feel like one more firearm which uses the same ammo we already have
From your description that is one of the 22 calibers (not 223), 9 mm (Glock 17), and an AR10 caliber, maybe 308.
It would be helpful to have more info.
Is the new firearm for close range (point blank to 50 yards) or longer range ?