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4 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

May I suggest you watch a few videos of this man

 

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And perhaps you might enjoy Arthur Firstenberg's Invisible Rainbow

 

 

Nice one. Will give them a watch after the F.A Cup game.

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17 minutes ago, Beaujangles said:

 

 

Yes I think you are right. Many medications that help people with respiratory conditions actuallly dilate the blood vessells or the bronchi or both... ie Ventolin ( Salbutamol) etc. The problem seems to lie within the lungs ability to cope with less oxygen due to lung tissue becoming full of pus or unable to function ie lung tissue not expanding or due to tumours and such. For me, at least, I think the immune response plays a part and also it is interesting to note the lack of oxygen saturation. Again, it seems to bring us to possible damage thats occurred due to ??? ( could be anything from food, toxins... to vaccines.)  It's interesting to me that many lifetime smokers do not get lung diseases.

Dr.Bergmann is very good i like his thinking. Your wrong life long smokers do get lung conditions all the time.

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15 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Take it your in the Americas somewhere. Not so common here to have own water supply. We all generally get the mass produced chemically sanitised version of water.

North Eastern North America. Most don't have deep wells. I am in the forest and the toxic dumpers love our weak ruling structures and isolation. Passing note that the bottled water most people in my region think is pure because they paid for it comes from tapwater in Missisauga Ontario. Flouridated etc. Illusions everywhere.

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40 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Don’t know if it’s been posted yet but on bbc now some scientist is saying we will need to distance plus masks for several years at least.

Fuck me, right now haven’t slept in about 80 hours because of ongoing serious lung problems. Can’t get any help because they won’t fucking listen and want me to self isolate and test. Even when u said to my doctor your prescribing me drugs for this condition still won’t help. If I wasn’t like Mr Burns at the moment I think I’d go down the doctors and bash the cunt.

Excuse my stress just beggars belief.

Anyone who knows of any safe stuff to use for breathing knowledge would be appreciated.

 I already meditate just past a point to far right now!😁

would you mind telling me what your lung condition is? You cam PM if you wish.

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37 minutes ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

 

I know cars have been around for a long time, what I was saying is that there has been a big increase in how many people have cars overs the last 25 years or at least that's my personal experience.

 

When I was about 8 or 9 (1957),  I was living in an avenue in East London that had 162 large Victorian houses in it.

There were about a dozen car owners.....I know because I used to collect car registration numbers (sad little geek).

Fat people were as rare as rocking horse shit.

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28 minutes ago, Phil McKracen said:

I’m completely new to this 5G stuff. I know very little about it, but from what I’ve researched is that it’s no more harmful than a lightbulb. I’m genuinely interested in it and the link to Covid-19. 
 

 

My understanding is that smart meters run on the 2g network and consequently the 2g network will be around until 2030, if people were thinking about subverting the tech onslaught by going retro 2g with their phones...

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9 minutes ago, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

You are most welcome. Come share your impressions with us if you have time after viewing those. I know a lot of my questions were answered by these two men in regards to electromagnetic radiation.

No problem. As Arnie once said... I’ll be back.

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2 minutes ago, AnarchicBreeze said:

My understanding is that smart meters run on the 2g network and consequently the 2g network will be around until 2030, if people were thinking about subverting the tech onslaught by going retro 2g with their phones...

2030 again 

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5 minutes ago, AnarchicBreeze said:

My understanding is that smart meters run on the 2g network and consequently the 2g network will be around until 2030, if people were thinking about subverting the tech onslaught by going retro 2g with their phones...

I don't know what G it runs on... I watched video with blood cells under microscope before and after exposure to smart meters... It's not good for health for sure... After a while cells got back to normal but imagine exposure for a whole day, moths, years... :(

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On 3/19/2021 at 9:10 PM, Mikhail Liebestein said:

Rubbish article. Men need and make progesterone - it is not just a female hormone. Low progesterone levels in men mean low testosterone, so more likely to get man boobs if your progesterone is low. A woman's menopause symptoms are often caused by low progesterone, not high, relative to oestrogen. Might help reverse oestrogen dominance in men. Stupid emphasis on lowering cholesterol might mean that many men don't have enough to make necessary hormones, plus stress depletes progesterone by emphasising cortisol pathway instead. So basically article is bollocks. Eat your fat, avoid xeno oestrogens and you might not need any extra progesterone.

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43 minutes ago, Human10 said:

I don't know how bad is 5G but since we've got smart fcuking meter I can't sleep, losing hair and can't concentrate... DOn't blame us - we didn't know how dangerous is this shit when we asked to install it - we were fed up with top ups in shops...

 

Yep, that'll be the smart meter. Get rid of the smartphones too, if you or your family use them. Same with Smart TVs, any tech that's wireless. All of it's going to keep on harming anyone in its vicinity. Doesn't have to be 5G, the earlier Gs are bad enough.

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7 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

When I was about 8 or 9 (1957),  I was living in an avenue in East London that had 162 large Victorian houses in it.

There were about a dozen car owners.....I know because I used to collect car registration numbers (sad little geek).

Fat people were as rare as rocking horse shit.

Back in the day there were less cars but the car operators were still spending long hours and days in car and stayed trim. My father was the type to jump in the car and take us on long trips all the time when he was not flying and he spent countless thousands of hours in military cargo planes yet he was fit as a fiddle. I personally know private jet pilots that have been cramped in tight cockpits most of their career and they are lean and fit. All have super diets.

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4 minutes ago, Human10 said:

I don't know what G it runs on... I watched video with blood cells under microscope before and after exposure to smart meters... It's not good for health for sure... After a while cells got back to normal but imagine exposure for a whole day, moths, years... :(

I've used mobile phones for over 25 years. I dread to think what it has done to me

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On 3/19/2021 at 10:50 PM, Avoiceinthecrowd said:

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https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2021/03/19/bill-gates-says-hell-fly-less-to-fight-climate-change.html

 

Heres and idea Bill, remove your entire carbon footprint from this world if you really want to make an impact on climate change. Just watch climate no longer being an issue once you are gone.

And how is eating something made in a polluting factory, where all the machinery has to be made in other factories and shipped there, and all the staff have to travel every day supposed to be better than natural, organic meat raised on grassland by a couple of guys with dogs? Not to mention all those digital and electric devices, and the lithium and cobalt mining needed to support them. Why fly at all? I don't. Kill Bill.

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4 minutes ago, AnarchicBreeze said:

I've used mobile phones for over 25 years. I dread to think what it has done to me

There are people living in Chernobyl, drinking vodka everyday and in better shape than many of us - it proves radiation is healthy xD

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1 minute ago, k_j_evans said:

And how is eating something made in a polluting factory, where all the machinery has to be made in other factories and shipped there, and all the staff have to travel every day supposed to be better than natural, organic meat raised on grassland by a couple of guys with dogs? Not to mention all those digital and electric devices, and the lithium and cobalt mining needed to support them. Why fly at all? I don't. Kill Bill.

Farmer Gates 🤣 Who is he fooling?

If any genetic manipulation must be done you'd think this newly minted mega farmer might play with locust dna instead of modding mosquitos. The guy is spread out so thin its any wonder people would take him seriously. At our level acting like that would land us in the loonie bin but at his level they see him as eccentric.

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All different kinds of radiation out there. Chernobyl wasn't pulsed low frequency ionising stuff. And everyone's DNA is (well, was) different. We all react in different ways. You could expose two people to exactly the same EMR for the same length of time and their bodies would react in separate ways. But both would be damaged.

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14 minutes ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

 

When I was about 8 or 9 (1957),  I was living in an avenue in East London that had 162 large Victorian houses in it.

There were about a dozen car owners.....I know because I used to collect car registration numbers (sad little geek).

Fat people were as rare as rocking horse shit.

 

My Dad's mate at school collected car registrations...just different to train spotting I guess?

 

He carried a book that had every car registration in the UK.

 

About 1961 I reckon.

 

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3 hours ago, Lamp Of Truth said:

But then again in this day and age it's difficult to know what to believe, those studies into smoking and cancer may be as fake as everything else from mainstream science.

 

 

this is the problem.

when you become aware that 99% of what we have been told is fuckery, where do you go for truth?

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11 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

All different kinds of radiation out there. Chernobyl wasn't pulsed low frequency ionising stuff. And everyone's DNA is (well, was) different. We all react in different ways. You could expose two people to exactly the same EMR for the same length of time and their bodies would react in separate ways. But both would be damaged.

Most people don't know that your body repairs dna damage when you sleep. Before the wifi smartmeter you could recover in sleep but with that devil pumping out high intensity pulsing 24/7 its no longer possible to be as efficient at these dna repairs. Also many leave their wifi hubs on at night. As a passing note there exists anti emf canopies that block out emf while you sleep inside it.

 

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Sewn with fine silver threads this product is basically a silky Faraday Cage. Lightweight. Great for travelling too when sleeping in emf noisy hotel rooms.

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39 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Dr.Bergmann is very good i like his thinking. Your wrong life long smokers do get lung conditions all the time.

 

 

I didn't say smokers did not get lung conditions,,,,,,I said that MANY lifetime smokers, don't get lung diseases. 

This is true, I know of this personally.

 

Please read my post rather than alter its context. Thank you.

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