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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    I understand why people are wary of digital currency and digital anything for that matter. But it's inevitable, just from an evolutionary perspective, is it not?

    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc

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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

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    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc
    Yes. Preliminary research suggests it can survive ('stay functional'!) on porous surfaces like paper and cardboard for up to 24 hours. It seems unlikely it'd be longer. That means that cash might be a problem, but maybe not mail or packages.

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    Quote Posted by vizon (here)
    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc
    Yes. Preliminary research suggests it can survive ('stay functional'!) on porous surfaces like paper and cardboard for up to 24 hours. It seems unlikely it'd be longer. That means that cash might be a problem, but maybe not mail or packages.
    If cash is a problem, why not coin? Why not that piece of plastic we pull out of our wallets and purses called an ATM card or a credit card? Why not every button, table, chair, steering wheel, door knob, and any surface that we touch? Where do we draw the line?

    If we are at war, and we are, donít tell me not to touch something. They take, take and take some more. We need to stuff this BS right back in their faces. ASAP, if not sooner.

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    Quote Posted by Satori (here)
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    Quote Posted by vizon (here)
    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc
    Yes. Preliminary research suggests it can survive ('stay functional'!) on porous surfaces like paper and cardboard for up to 24 hours. It seems unlikely it'd be longer. That means that cash might be a problem, but maybe not mail or packages.
    If cash is a problem, why not coin? Why not that piece of plastic we pull out of our wallets and purses called an ATM card or a credit card? Why not every button, table, chair, steering wheel, door knob, and any surface that we touch? Where do we draw the line?

    If we are at war, and we are, donít tell me not to touch something. They take, take and take some more. We need to stuff this BS right back in their faces. ASAP, if not sooner.
    Credit cards don't get passed around, or at least they shouldn't be. Here in the US, in many places we just hand over our cards to the cashier to swipe. As I understand that, places in Europe don't do that(?) You swipe the card yourself and never relinquish custody of it... so no transmitting virus via the card.

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    How can something like a virus not survive if its not even alive in the first place?
    Stop asking insane but logical questions.

    And I heard another "expert" on the radio yesterday say it can barely "survive" for a half hour on a surface.

    And PIC (Pay In Cash) whenever you can. Say you haven't got a card if they won't "take it." PIC PIC PIC
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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    i started to realize that when I come in from shopping, lets say the liquor store, that i need to first, get rid of the bag, and take the bottles out and wash the bottles in the sink from all the hands that were on them . And when all clean, then wash my hands.

    In that order

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    i started to realize that when I come in from shopping, lets say the liquor store, that i need to first, get rid of the bag, and take the bottles out and wash the bottles in the sink from all the hands that were on them . And when all clean, then wash my hands.

    In that order
    No Doug, the first thing you need to do when arriving home from the liquor store is, first take a shot, then maybe one more shot, pause a moment, let it go down, and then wonder... what was I supposed to do? What was so damned important?

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    Quote Posted by vizon (here)
    I understand why people are wary of digital currency and digital anything for that matter. But it's inevitable, just from an evolutionary perspective, is it not?

    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc
    I don't subscribe to the Covid-19 virus theory, I'm now in the Dr. Andrew Kaufman camp of exosomes:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGGd7-vvd9Y

    but even if a virus existed, why would cash be special?
    If a virus could live on cash, why couldn't it live on the credit card/debit card you touch and then insert into a machine?
    Then the next person puts their credit card/debit card into the same machine, the virus is transferred and then they touch their card again. BINGO!

    If a virus could be transferred from cash onto a person, you don't think it could be transferred from a card, into a machine, and then onto the next card inserted into the machine?

    No, in moving to a cashless society they might try to add the "no cash infections" justification, but that's all it would be, a hollow justification.
    The real reasons are much more nefarious.
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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    Malaria drug proving effective against the coronavirus:


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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    This is extremely interesting - and scary:



    §=[Post Update]=§

    This is even more scary and would totally contradict the video I posted earlier about NY and the number of victims.
    However I have to say I find it a bit suspicious how the guy can just walz in there and film, and no cooling in place and no guards. But on the other hand, cui bono if its a fake?


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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    I think many here rely on Worldometer for their daily tally of COVID-19 deaths and other data.
    Of those that do, how many realize that Worldometer simply compiles and analyzes the data,
    but the data itself is coming from CHINA?

    - National Health Commission (NHC) of the Peopleís Republic of China
    - Health Commission of Hubei Province, China

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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    Anyone knows the name of this speaker?

    Former Vodafone Telecom Boss Blows Whistle on Corona Virus:
    https://www.brighteon.com/73682203-f...c-6e40a71a8828
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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by vizon (here)
    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc
    Yes. Preliminary research suggests it can survive ('stay functional'!) on porous surfaces like paper and cardboard for up to 24 hours. It seems unlikely it'd be longer. That means that cash might be a problem, but maybe not mail or packages.
    It sounds logical that a virus could be transmitted via bank notes, but practically, factually, and direct observation tells you it is total non sense. If that were the case, diseases would not stop spreading on the planet, especially in countries like Africa. In these countries the majority of people do not have a bank account and keep their cash on them and at home. A good percentage of the bills in circulation are wrinkled beyond belief and dirty, and keep exchanging hands and never enter the bank. If cash handling was the cause of disease transmission, the majority of the population would be infected by all kinds of diseases which is not the case. There are epidemics in these regions because someone manufactured them. I lived there for years, so I know.

    Unbelievable how easy logical non senses are swallowed whole without question.

    Facial masks is another non sense, and people, are really convinced that it protects.
    Social distancing is another logical non sense that is spreading like wild fire.

    Critical thinking has become a rare commodity - the cause is lost

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    Quote Posted by Caliban (here)
    Quote Posted by Mypos (here)
    How can something like a virus not survive if its not even alive in the first place?
    Stop asking insane but logical questions.

    And I heard another "expert" on the radio yesterday say it can barely "survive" for a half hour on a surface.

    And PIC (Pay In Cash) whenever you can. Say you haven't got a card if they won't "take it." PIC PIC PIC
    I will not sir. I ask this question so you start questioning what a virus is exactly. Its not alive. So how can it survive?

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    Quote Posted by Mypos (here)
    Quote Posted by Caliban (here)
    Quote Posted by Mypos (here)
    How can something like a virus not survive if its not even alive in the first place?
    Stop asking insane but logical questions.

    And I heard another "expert" on the radio yesterday say it can barely "survive" for a half hour on a surface.

    And PIC (Pay In Cash) whenever you can. Say you haven't got a card if they won't "take it." PIC PIC PIC
    I will not sir. I ask this question so you start questioning what a virus is exactly. Its not alive. So how can it survive?
    Mypos, that was a sardonic but friendly way to say that "some may say such a question is insane." Please keep asking.

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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    Quote Posted by Satori (here)
    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by vizon (here)
    With regards to SARS-CoV-2, of course the virus spreads on paper money. It also spreads via mail, packages, etc
    Yes. Preliminary research suggests it can survive ('stay functional'!) on porous surfaces like paper and cardboard for up to 24 hours. It seems unlikely it'd be longer. That means that cash might be a problem, but maybe not mail or packages.
    If cash is a problem, why not coin? Why not that piece of plastic we pull out of our wallets and purses called an ATM card or a credit card? Why not every button, table, chair, steering wheel, door knob, and any surface that we touch? Where do we draw the line?

    If we are at war, and we are, donít tell me not to touch something. They take, take and take some more. We need to stuff this BS right back in their faces. ASAP, if not sooner.
    But not before they release some captive/trafficked children/adrenochrome donors to get the world strong and united around fixing the problem.

    Otherwise I totally agree.

    The children come first, and I think they might well do, in the upcoming sequence of events. My fingers are crossed.
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    IHU Marseille (University Hospital Marseille, France)
    Pr Didier Raoult and medical team (March 31, 2020)
    https://www.mediterranee-infection.com/en/
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlQfKZsPxeE
    • 50 000 tests Covid-19 carried out on ANY febrile patient (about 1500 tests per day)
    • 2 400 cases under protocol (Hydrochloroquine 600 mg/day + Azithromycine (antibiotic) for 3 up to 10 days, after ECG test and K+ blood testing)
    • 1 000 patients with significant data
    • 1 death (1 patient 84 years old)
    Key : treatment provided in the early stage of infection (not in the acute respiratory phase / intubated patients : thatís too late, just like for influenza where antivirals can be given in the early 2 days, a little longer for Covid-19).


    France
    • 10 000 tests per day (on selected patients only)
    • 56 900 cases
    • 11 000 recovered
    • 4 000 deaths
    Various treatments (cf. European clinical trial ďDiscoveryĒ underway which includes Hydrochloroquine, however NOT associated to Azithromycine).
    Treatment on hospitalized patients only.

    https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
    https://www.mediterranee-infection.com/covid-19/


    Any question?
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    IHU Marseille (University Hospital Marseille, France)
    Pr Didier Raoult and medical team (March 31, 2020)
    https://www.mediterranee-infection.com/en/
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlQfKZsPxeE


    Any question?


    Relief to know there is a cure and how Prof. Raoult and his team is winning against the scandalous Big Pharma lobby (Sanofi) in Paris.

    But we are still talking about a remedy not about the cause(s). Do not be surprised that this (temporary) success will be used by the real perpetrators to continue putting the blame on a virus and roll out the 5G

    What is your stand about the cause ?

    Some members on the Covid Contrarians thread have challenged posters to make a choice and stand. I did it and it is super urgent.

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1347719

    Back to my community groups to take action against the 5G roll-out. A group around a lawyer is collecting funds to summon the big telecommunication companies to the Tribunal de Grande Instance (TGI) in Paris.

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    Default Re: The Wuhan Coronavirus [Covid-19, the Honey Badger virus]

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by Mypos (here)
    SO a virus is not contagious at all.
    No, that's just incorrect. As I replied to an earlier post 8 days ago, it may be interesting to go look up the history of smallpox.

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by Caliban, reporting 'J.B's comment) (here)
    He's a big skeptic of this whole thing and even questions that "viruses," which he sees as being inherent to the body as only a defensive posture, can be transferred from person to person.
    Well, maybe he should read up on the history of smallpox!
    In my personal experience viruses are indeed contagious however in the last few days I have also encountered information published by alternative researchers claiming that viruses cannot be transferred from person to person and they are simply a natural detox process from cells within the body.

    The first I heard of this was a video Max Igan posted on his YouTube channel:

    Mar 31, 2020
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    Your Government is Lying - You CANNOT Catch Coronavirus - MAKE THIS VIRAL


    The original video title (which has been uploaded on various other channels) was titled "Can You Catch A Virus? Coronavirus Questions." from Australian holistic health practitioner Tom Barnett's YouTube channel - but has now been removed from YouTube:


    Sacha Stone interviewed by Robert David Steele also claims that viruses are not contagious:

    Apr 1, 2020
    Robert David STEELE Vivas #UNRIG
    Sacha Stone Update On Virus, 5G and Fall of Cabal


    What do you make of these claims?

    And alternative researchers claiming that hospitals are engaged in theatre to fool the masses and coronavirus is a hoax and smokescreen in order to hide the taking down the 'deep state' is wishful thinking.

    A very close friend of mine originally from Iran reported to me that their mother has a friend who knew a nurse who passed away from coronavirus in the first couple of weeks of the outbreak. So the deaths from coronavirus - at least in certain areas of the world - are very real.

    §=[Post Update]=§

    And by the way can anyone tell me what the meaning of "the Honey Badger virus" in this thread title is all about? I tried to search for why it was added to the thread title but could not find any explanation. Thanks all!

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