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    • Mon, Mar 01, 2021 - 04:32pm   (Reply to #9)

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      Why would we believe big media….

    when they lie to us all the time?  You’re so right, Brush.  Lots of people want to believe what they hear on big media.  They look to be coddled by Big Momma government.  They don’t want to wind up living under a bridge in their final days.   But, Hey!  People are living under a bridge today and government can’t help them.  In fact government is spending itself into an unsustainable debt.  and that’s not really counting massive future obligations for government employee retirement benefits.

    • Sun, Feb 28, 2021 - 07:58am

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      Toby on Tony Fauci

    Toby (PhD in what?) is feasting on controversy whatever the side he takes.  For example from the Capital demonstration ….

    This is the video that is causing any pro Trump narrative about the siege of the capitol to evaporate. It’s sickening. Not staged, not scripted. Not Antifa nor BLM. Not ‘just a few people.’ Not Viking guy nor podium guy. An angry Trump mob lynching a cop.

    • Sun, Feb 21, 2021 - 07:11am   (Reply to #3)

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      Spring is in the air

    Temperatures in Kansas dropped to lows of -25 degrees and  -35 degrees in some areas wiping out peach tree buds for the next 2 years and some berries.  Not yet a garden of Eden.

    • Sat, Feb 20, 2021 - 09:16am   (Reply to #5)

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      PM Weekly Market Commentary – 02/19/2021

    Also as the opposite of church would you want NFL?

    • Sat, Feb 13, 2021 - 10:18pm

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      Detailed article on G of Fn

    This is the Baker article on the Detailed history on Gain of Function research:

    And we were warned, repeatedly. The intentional creation of new microbes that combine virulence with heightened transmissibility “poses extraordinary risks to the public,” wrote infectious-disease experts Marc Lipsitch and Thomas Inglesby in 2014. “A rigorous and transparent risk-assessment process for this work has not yet been established.” That’s still true today….

    In 1977, a worldwide epidemic of influenza A began in Russia and China; it was eventually traced to a sample of an American strain of flu preserved in a laboratory freezer since 1950. In 1978, a hybrid strain of smallpox killed a medical photographer at a lab in Birmingham, England; in 2007, live foot-and-mouth disease leaked from a faulty drainpipe at the Institute for Animal Health in Surrey. In the U.S., “more than 1,100 laboratory incidents involving bacteria, viruses and toxins that pose significant or bioterror risks to people and agriculture were reported to federal regulators during 2008 through 2012,” reported USA Today in an exposé published in 2014.
    In 2015, the Department of Defense discovered that workers at a germ-warfare testing center in Utah had mistakenly sent close to 200 shipments of live anthrax to laboratories throughout the United States and also to Australia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, and several other countries over the past 12 years….

    Fauci’s anti-terror budget went from $53 million in 2001 to $1.7 billion in 2003….

    And yet the sole bioterrorist in living memory who actually killed American citizens, according to the FBI — the man who sent the anthrax letters — turned out to be one of the government’s own researchers. Bruce Ivins, an eccentric, suicidal laboratory scientist from Ohio who worked in vaccine development at Fort Detrick, allegedly wanted to boost the fear level so as to persuade the government to buy more of the patented, genetically engineered anthrax VaxGen vaccine, of which he was a co-inventor….
    Here is the extensive history:

    https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/coronavirus-lab-escape-theory.html

    (This was posted on Rat site but could not be pulled up.)

    • Sat, Feb 13, 2021 - 10:10pm   (Reply to #83)

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      Nicholson Baker/Intelligencer background/Gain Of Function

    This is the Baker article on the Detailed history on Gain of Function research:

    And we were warned, repeatedly. The intentional creation of new microbes that combine virulence with heightened transmissibility “poses extraordinary risks to the public,” wrote infectious-disease experts Marc Lipsitch and Thomas Inglesby in 2014. “A rigorous and transparent risk-assessment process for this work has not yet been established.” That’s still true today….

    In 1977, a worldwide epidemic of influenza A began in Russia and China; it was eventually traced to a sample of an American strain of flu preserved in a laboratory freezer since 1950. In 1978, a hybrid strain of smallpox killed a medical photographer at a lab in Birmingham, England; in 2007, live foot-and-mouth disease leaked from a faulty drainpipe at the Institute for Animal Health in Surrey. In the U.S., “more than 1,100 laboratory incidents involving bacteria, viruses and toxins that pose significant or bioterror risks to people and agriculture were reported to federal regulators during 2008 through 2012,” reported USA Today in an exposé published in 2014.
    In 2015, the Department of Defense discovered that workers at a germ-warfare testing center in Utah had mistakenly sent close to 200 shipments of live anthrax to laboratories throughout the United States and also to Australia, Germany, Japan, South Korea, and several other countries over the past 12 years….

    Fauci’s anti-terror budget went from $53 million in 2001 to $1.7 billion in 2003….

    And yet the sole bioterrorist in living memory who actually killed American citizens, according to the FBI — the man who sent the anthrax letters — turned out to be one of the government’s own researchers. Bruce Ivins, an eccentric, suicidal laboratory scientist from Ohio who worked in vaccine development at Fort Detrick, allegedly wanted to boost the fear level so as to persuade the government to buy more of the patented, genetically engineered anthrax VaxGen vaccine, of which he was a co-inventor….

    Here is the extensive history:

    https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/coronavirus-lab-escape-theory.html

     

    • Sat, Feb 13, 2021 - 06:59am   (Reply to #3)

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      Civil War: Did FL Gov DeSantis tell Biden to go F* himself?

    Russia, Russia, Russia!  Add in all MAGAs.  This will be forever!

    • Fri, Feb 12, 2021 - 10:54pm   (Reply to #4)

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      Video: “Unmasked – Have we uncovered the truth about the 2020 election!”

    Anastasio, a veteran Peak team member since 2008, presents us with excerpts he stated are from a “December 7th ruling in Wisconsin.”

    Count IV of the Amended Complaint alleges massive election fraud through an “insidious, and egregious ploy” to falsely report the outcome of the 2020 Wisconsin general election. (Dkt. 9 ¶¶ 2, 132–135.) The general theory is that foreign oligarchs and dictators created a voting system called “Smartmatic” to help Hugo Chavez in Venezuelan elections…..

    Actually his text and the link Anastasio provided are from the response of the Defendants on December 7th and do not accurately represent any District Court 13 decision in the suit.   Also it should be noted that the Plaintiff was William Feehan and not President Trump although Sidney Powell was the Plaintiff’s attorney in the case and was filing it for what she believed to be the benefit of the president.

    https://www.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.wied.92717/gov.uscourts.wied.92717.52.0.pdf

    In attorney Sidney Powell’s lawsuit filed in Wisconsin she cites some 119 voting irregularities.  The ones she cites from Georgia or other out of state voting standard discrepancies are substantial to her argument in order to show systematic wide spread failures in meeting election law and standards.  Since at first glance it seems that Defendants may have failed to respond to all 119 claims, does that mean the unanswered claims are legally established?

    https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/18702085/1/feehan-v-wisconsin-elections-commission/

    Thank you Anastasio for having the sincere interest in addressing the issue of confidence in our American voting standards. Hopefully we can agree that we need to be responsible citizens in the eyes of the world.

    • Wed, Feb 10, 2021 - 06:55am   (Reply to #2)

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      Sad commentary on how doctors think

    As discussed on the Peak 100 times, who is going to finance a double bind study of IVM or TTTSNBN? Not Gilead, PFE or Moderna.

    • Tue, Feb 09, 2021 - 07:23am   (Reply to #3)

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      Vaccine passports

    So Pfizer’s 95% efficacy data is from less than 5% of possible cases? Pfizer was allowed to decide what cutoff should be used on PCR testing.

    All attention has focused on the dramatic efficacy results: Pfizer reported 170 PCR confirmed covid-19 cases, split 8 to 162 between vaccine and placebo groups. But these numbers were dwarfed by a category of disease called “suspected covid-19”—those with symptomatic covid-19 that were not PCR confirmed. According to FDA’s report on Pfizer’s vaccine, there were “3410 total cases of suspected, but unconfirmed covid-19 in the overall study population, 1594 occurred in the vaccine group vs. 1816 in the placebo group.”

    Peter Doshi: Pfizer and Moderna’s “95% effective” vaccines—we need more details and the raw data

    So, did Pfizer use a meaningful PCR cycle number to define which cases to include in their study?

     

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