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    Re: The Best Broadcast You Listened To Today

    The video is either not available or the permissions of that video at Facebook forbid sharing. :noidea:
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Billy, I said the translation of the letter in French from Maya Picasso was OK. There is one interesting thing though. ‘I believe’ is ‘je crois’, ‘I don’t believe’ is ‘je ne crois pas’. But she...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    Billy, I said the translation of the letter in French from Maya Picasso was OK. There is one interesting thing though. ‘I believe’ is ‘je crois’, ‘I don’t believe’ is ‘je ne crois pas’. But she...
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    According to a recent survey, DuckDuckGo is now being used more than Google already. I personally use DuckDuckGo here as well, and I've even installed it on my smartphone, because Android phones...
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    Re: Bill's Picasso story

    If you don't mind, Paula, then I would like to address that in Bill's stead. :)

    As most of you will already know by now ─ from having seen us mention it on several technical threads ─ Project...
  6. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    No, Doug. :rolleyes: I was calling the CDC stupid. And the media. And Donald Trump.
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    Doug, I had promised myself not to post on this thread again unless another scientific discovery regarding this virus were to come up that I felt was going to be important enough to share. But I...
  8. Re: Materialistic Science, Scientific Materialism... and Truth

    Do you have any idea at all how insulting those words are? :shocked:

    What's next ─ are you also going to claim that "my condition" affects my judgment, or perhaps my sanity? Because it's only a...
  9. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    I was not going to post to this thread anymore, but I'll make one exception and reply to this... :rolleyes:



    Contrary to your belief, dear Onawah, there are yet other information sources than...
  10. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    I believe red wine and green tea (particularly resveratrol and EGCG) both have been useful in tamping down cytokine storm. (I have read that Pinot Noir has the most resveratrol of any of the red...
  11. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    That was only true in North America, and specifically so in the USA, because the US CDC had mixed up the test kits with test kits for the flu.

    In the rest of the world however, the tests were...
  12. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    That was only true in North America, and specifically so in the USA, because the US CDC had mixed up the test kits with test kits for the flu.

    In the rest of the world however, the tests were...
  13. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    In my opinion, no, it's not suspect at all. I see lots of human error and panic, especially among the governments, because we humans were so arrogant and complacent in assuming that nothing the...
  14. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    Chris, I am not going to argue with you (or anyone else) about this ─ and if the knee-jerk science denial takes over this thread, then I'm going to leave this thread for what it is; I'm not kidding ─...
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    I would say that it was definitely extremely uncommon, both within myself and in those who had to go to hospital because of it. I have never experienced anything like this before, and I almost died...
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    Well, it was nasty ─ and in a way it still is, because the virus is known to cause permanent damage, and I was already battling with autoimmune problems, which the virus has now only made worse ─ but...
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    No, of course not. Now you're being silly.



    That's not true. If you know your own body and you also know that you were healthy before, then you can also tell which symptoms come from the...
  18. Re: A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    It is all based upon empirically collected data. In other words, it is all information based upon the lab results and symptoms experienced by people who tested positive for coronavirus antibodies.
  19. A Supercomputer Analyzed Covid-19, and an Interesting New Theory Has Emerged

    Source: Elemental




    A closer look at the Bradykinin hypothesis


    https://cdn.rentokil.com/content/local/be-amb/images/desktop/main_rentokil-coronavirus-web-banner.jpg
  20. Thread: Why Biden?

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    Re: Why Biden?

    Maybe, I don't discount anything. I don't know if the antifa.com domain has ever hosted an official website, these people don't keep 'official' web presences, having said that I'm not sure this...
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