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  1. Re: How to flash freeze a woolly mammoth, and other galactic superwaves

    ... I'm comfortable that no offense was intended :bigsmile:
  2. Re: How to flash freeze a woolly mammoth, and other galactic superwaves

    The following article provides some background for my notion of using strong magnetic fields to flash freeze large masses of living tissue without destroying the cells:

    Effects of Magnetic Fields...
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    Re: Covid19: Global reports, news and updates

    Three days ago, Bill Sardi published this most excellent overview of what we know about the Covid vaccines so far:

    What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About Covid-19 Vaccines

    It concludes:
  4. Re: How to flash freeze a woolly mammoth, and other galactic superwaves

    Oh - yes. A most excellent and relevant work.
  5. How to flash freeze a woolly mammoth, and other galactic superwaves

    How to flash freeze a woolly mammoth: Waft a sufficiently strong magnetic field over it, to deaden it, and then freeze it at your leisure.

    How to flash erupt a normally quiet star into a...
  6. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

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    Speaking as someone who struggles to make about 3 or 4 calls a year on his cell phone, and has to ask his son how to take a picture with it ... i.e. ... I don't now sh*t about this:

    I...
  7. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Good points, Grace. I only have speculations, and potentially bogus youtube videos, to offer to the contrary. I have no way that I know of to prove whether or not there are multiple variants to...
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    Re: The Spike Protein

    This first way, that vaccines administered during the height of a pandemic would result in stronger viral variants, due to the virus encountering an incomplete and not yet adequate immune response...
  9. Re: Why you cannot convince your friends of the truth and what to do about it

    Yes ... :thumbsup:
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    Re: The Spike Protein

    I can see two ways to read this:


    More vaccines, given earlier, would have enabled the vaccine to prompt the body to develop sufficient immunity to the COVID-19 virus spike protein.

    The...
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    Re: REALiTY CHeCK with Jay Weidner

    My sense is that the contest between good and evil, light and dark, ying and yang ... continues perpetually ... and at multiple levels, in multiple arenas, at the same time..

    It continues...
  12. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    I have to sometimes remind myself that, most likely, everyone is not getting the same "vaccine". Even two people getting the "same" (by name, such as Pfizer or Moderna or ...) shot might not be...
  13. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    I couldn't get that Rumble video to play in your post Billy - I suspect some bit do-dads aren't connecting to some bit thingies.

    But I found a couple of Stew Peters links that might be what you...
  14. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    But it will: when using a compass for navigation in the mountains (a real one, with a little lightweight, sensitive needle on a gimbal) one always has to make sure that (e.g.) one's pocket knife,...
  15. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    My point is, there might not initially be a magnetic field, but just an accumulation of iron (which a magnet might subsequently orient/magentize.)
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    Re: REALiTY CHeCK with Jay Weidner

    Here's another fine interview of Jay Weidner, by one of the better interviewers that I've been listening to recently, Jean Claude of BeyondMystic.

    Jay continues his speculations as to what might...
  17. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    A compass would react to an already magnetized tissue.

    But it wouldn't react to some iron rich tissue that had not already been magnetized.

    A magnet could react to such tissue.

    Similarly, a...
  18. Re: Why do magnets stick to a vaxxed person's arm at the injection site?

    Another article, relating hydrogels and magnetic effects from vaccines:

    Could Magnetic Hydrogel Explain the COVID Vax Magnet Phenomenon?

    In short, perhaps the vaccine creates hydrogels in our...
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    Re: Welcome back Paul!!!!!!!!!!

    It was two days, maybe three days ago, that I thought about returning to Avalon. But then the impetus drifted out of my consciousness, before returning last night.
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    Re: Welcome back Paul!!!!!!!!!!

    Well, well. I slept right through my welcome party. Must be a sign of old age or something.

    Thanks much for the warm welcome back!

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    As I wrote to the forum staff last night, when I...
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