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5 hours ago, Palladian said:

Hello everyone. Want to share an outrageous thing happened to my mom recently (well, another confirm is that all this corona-thing is a massive bullshit).

I am from Russia. 

My mom got operated about two weeks ago. Few days later her doctor was diagnosed with the COVID. last Friday, on 29 may, she got a call from the hospital, they said that mom was in contact with the infected one and she needed to go home immediately. then, she will be tested and have visits from a police for 2 weeks of her forced isolation. Now she's trying not to worry about the probability that she will be vaccinated forcibly. So am I, honestly...

The thing is what can we do? I'm sure none of us wants to be vaccinated.

 

You can just say no

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I'm exhausted. I rode my old school 20" freestyle bike about five miles today, against the wind and up hills in some areas, to my garden. Then tended garden for about two hours, planted five more strawberry plants. Finally just got in a hot shower and now I still have to make dinner.

 

I still haven't met this dreaded corona "virus" character. :classic_rolleyes:

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Heavy chemtrails laid out across the sky all day and through the early evening, here. Ventured out to pick-up some Chinese food. The whole city outfitted with masks...'cept me. Wore my flip flops and no mask as I entered the restaurant. Was just the few folks working, none of whom seemed to care.

 

Relating more to another thread here, somewhat, I couldn't help noticing there were a visible increase in the numbers of black folks in my area than one would see typically. Just going about things normally, nobody seemed agitated. I did see a two skinny, white soyboys carrying some BLM signs, but they were on their own.

 

The chemtrails have my interests, more. I recall the Prince interview with Tavis Smiley where he discussed them over his neighborhood's sky, then the people in his neighborhood would act more agitated, violent.

 

The Chinese food was great! Not splurged on any in a while. Those bat eatin' sonsabitches make great food. The fortune cookie said, "You wash hands now!". I turned it over for the lucky numbers, "You no lucky! Now go wash hands!"

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7 hours ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Wow, Orwellian is an understatement at this point. This timeline is insane.

 

Unbelievable.  In force as of today.  I would like to know how long the 'emergency period' continues for.

 

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“7.—(1) During the emergency period, unless paragraph (2) applies, no person may participate in a gathering which takes place in a public or private place— (a) outdoors, and consists of more than six persons, or (b) indoors, and consists of two or more persons.

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For the purposes of this regulation— (a) there is a gathering when two or more people are present together in the same place in order to engage in any form of social interaction with each other, or to undertake any other activity with each other

 

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/558/pdfs/uksi_20200558_en.pdf

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11 hours ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

 

Hi Palladian. Are you actually in Russia now, or did you mean that's where you originate from and you now live elsewhere? I ask, because I've seen very little information on Russia's stance to the so called Pandemic.

 

I'm russian and now am here

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Thus equipped, with new crayons, Boris was able to sketch out his latest plans for dealing with relaxing Coronavirus lockdown and the subsequent economic recovery before outlying his remaining ideas for Brexit. :-)

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Got a sulk on and not playing until we know what went on with the hack. HOWEVER  could not not share this

 

The Times 

 

monday june 1 2020

WEATHER EYE

Ozone levels have worsened during the lockdown

People who spend a lot of time active outdoors are at greater risk from ozone pollution

 

Paul Simons

Thursday May 28 2020, 12.01am, 

Levels of traffic pollution have plummeted during the coronavirus lockdown, more than halving in cities such as London. But there is one pollutant that has bucked the trend and grown worse: levels of ozone have increased.

Ozone is a gas with a split personality that is both good and bad, depending on where it lies in the atmosphere. Up in the stratosphere it is crucial for screening out harmful ultraviolet rays in sunlight, making life on the Earth’s surface much safer.

However, ozone near the ground is a toxic polluting gas that is extremely damaging to the health of humans, animals and plants. It forms from chemical reactions in the atmosphere in sunshine, especially on hot days. Ozone pollution can be carried long distances, so even rural areas are affected and can suffer worse levels than in cities. This is because certain pollutants that are more prevalent in urban areas are able to mop up ground-level ozone and cut its concentration.

The southeast of England often has the highest concentrations of ozone in the UK, mostly because it is close to pollution drifting in from the Continent. Ozone pollution tends to be highest in the countryside and in suburbs, away from central London. This spring, ozone pollution from northern Europe was often carried into the UK on easterly winds. Higher temperatures during the lockdown have also led to higher ozone concentrations.

A similar pattern has been found elsewhere. A survey of northern China found that the amount of ozone near the ground doubled in many places during the lockdown , and much the same rise occurred in western Europe 

Breathing ozone can trigger a variety of health problems especially harming lung function. It can also worsen conditions such as bronchitis and asthma. People most at risk include those with asthma, children, older adults and anyone who spends a lot of time outdoors

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5 hours ago, Messenger said:

I'm exhausted. I rode my old school 20" freestyle bike about five miles today, against the wind and up hills in some areas, to my garden. Then tended garden for about two hours, planted five more strawberry plants. Finally just got in a hot shower and now I still have to make dinner.

 

I still haven't met this dreaded corona "virus" character. :classic_rolleyes:

 

You ran over the COVID Grim Reaper with your bike as you were not paying attention.?

 

Watch video at 3.14 to 4.25 and you know what I mean.

 

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47 minutes ago, kj35 said:

So I googled 'can 5g increase ozone?' (Answer yes)  and got this paper. Written? Guess where??

 

 https://aip.scitation.org › doi › pdf
Effect of high power microwave injection on ozone ... - AIP Publishing - Scitation

 

Sodding WUHAN

 

Ozone can cause blood clots and look ... 

 

w.webmd.com/heart/news/20120626/ozone-hurts-heart-doesnt-take-a-lot

 

""" These changes included:

Increases in an indicator of inflammation known as interleukin-1-beta, which researchers say is a key player in heart disease.

 

Decreases in components that play an important role in dissolving blood clots that may form along arterial walls (plasminogen activator inhibitor 1 and plasminogen).

 

Changes in heart rhythm, an indication of an alternation in the nervous system's control of the heart rate. """

 

One of the effects of Ozone is to decrease the ability to dissolve blood clots , according to webMDs report above 

 

For some reason I put it together with this from today 

 

https://elemental.medium.com/coronavirus-may-be-a-blood-vessel-disease-which-explains-everything-2c4032481ab2

 

 

 """ a paper published in April in the scientific journal The Lancet, Mehra and a team of scientists discovered that the SARS-CoV-2 virus can infect the endothelial cells that line the inside of blood vessels. Endothelial cells protect the cardiovascular system, and they release proteins that influence everything from blood clotting to the immune response. """

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Face masks absorb ozone

 

 

 

        

Laboratory Evaluation of a Disposable Half-Face Mask for Protection Against Ozone

E L Avol et al. Am Rev Respir Dis. 1982 Nov.

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The ability of disposable half-face masks containing activated carbon to protect against inhaled ozone (O2) (nominal experimental exposure concentration, 0.5 ppm) was tested using a specially designed mechanical device simulating the breathing of a moderately exercising human, and then tested further by 18 volunteers exposed to O2 in a controlled-environment chamber for 2 h with intermittent mild exercise. As a control experiment, masks containing no activated carbon were tested similarly. On the mechanical device, carbon-impregnated masks removed 96 to 98% of ambient O3, whereas masks with no carbon removed 32 to 37%. Volunteers experienced typical respiratory irritation and temporary loss of forced expiratory function during O3 exposures when they wore the masks without carbon. These untoward effects were substantially reduced when masks containing carbon were worn. Volunteers tolerated the half-masks reasonably well, although some complained of discomfort. Disposable masks may be of significant benefit in protecting sensitive people from O2 exposures that they cannot readily avoid by other means.

 

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1 hour ago, kj35 said:

 

Breathing ozone can trigger a variety of health problems especially harming lung function. It can also worsen conditions such as bronchitis and asthma. People most at risk include those with asthma, children, older adults and anyone who spends a lot of time outdoors

It all makes sense now.

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9 hours ago, MrA said:

 

Its all pressure tactics to try and get the people to start burning the place down 

 

 

 

Like various castles, 10 Downing Street, House of Commons, House of Lords, BBC studio's, 5 G masts, intrusive cameras,  hypothetically?

 

 

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