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23 minutes ago, Outsider said:

If covid doesn't exist, then logically 'flu' does not exist. I think 'flu' is simply a catch all term for describing the human body dealing with too much environmental stress. Possibly the reason they keep using the term 'flu season' is because in countries such as the UK...it occurs in the months when the human body is subjected to constant, artificial and often dramatic variations in temperature. This alone must put huge amounts of stress on the body as it has to keep adjusting to indoor temps of 20c and then suddenly outside temps of maybe 4c or 5c...then back inside again.  

on the other hand the flu season also ties in with the sun lowering in the sky in autumn making us subject to electromagnetic changes.

again in the spring sun starts getting higher and illness begins to appear again due to electromagnetic change..

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3 hours ago, Daz181 said:

Genesis....they did that song...Have a Jab...


Do you want it? You got it, now you know
Do you want it? You got it, now you know
It's an illusion, it's a game
Or reflection of someone else's name
When you wake in the morning
Wake and find you're covered in cellophane
Well, there's a hole in there somewhere
Yeah, there's a hole in there somewhere
Baby, there's a hole in there somewhere
Now there's a hole in there somewhere
you're never there
(When you show it) you stop and stare
(haveajab) he's in anywhere
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RealNetworks extends mask detection to plug-and-play kiosk


'RealNetworks has recently introduced a new biometric solution featuring mask detection capabilities. MaskCheck Kiosk is designed to automatically monitor and encourage mask usage as companies slowly transition back to office-based work.


MaskCheck Kiosks can reportedly be installed in five minutes. Its hardware includes a pre-configured iPad 8, an external battery with a power display and a stand.'

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Interesting that Chagas parasite, most people die from heart issues and suffer enlarged nodes and eye infections.





Rarely, young children (less than 5%) die from severe inflammation and infection of the heart muscle (myocarditis) or brain (meningoencephalitis). The acute phase also can be severe in people with weakened immune systems, such as patients taking chemotherapy or those with advanced HIV infection.

Chronic phase: During this phase, which can last for decades or even for the entirety of someone’s lifetime, most people have no symptoms. Approximately 20–30 percent of infected people develop

  • Cardiac complications, which can include an enlarged heart, heart failure, altered heart rate or rhythm, and cardiac arrest (sudden death); and/or
  • Gastrointestinal complications, which can include an enlarged esophagus (megaesophagus) or colon (megacolon) and can lead to difficulties with eating or pooping.


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gotta ask

if a parasite killer (ivermectin) makes ppl better

have we all been infected with parasites?

sprayed on us, rained on us


theres a frequency for ivermectin


Currently, the molecular weight frequency of Ivermectin has been added into our database for your experimentation, allowing you to experience the benefits of this drug in a convenient way.

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13 hours ago, Velma said:

Plant-based vaccines could soon be a reality.




The project has three main goals-showing that DNA with mRNA vaccines can be delivered into a particular part of plant cells. The plant-based vaccine must also show that it can produce as much as the traditional mRNA vaccine. In addition to these, the project must also determine the exact doses.

The project is backed by a substantial $500,000 grant from the US National Science Foundation. Giraldo and Nicole Steinmetz, a nanoengineering professor at the UC Sandiego are leading the project. As per the release Steinmetz’s team will work on the nanotechnology needed to deliver genetic materials to the chloroplast.


Apologies, just noticed you shared the story already.


People that still think this is just about a virus need their heads checked, big time.

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