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    Quote Originally Posted by JS View Post
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    While we're arguing over definitions....

    What is the legal definition of Vaccine?

    What is the legal definition of an Autoimmune disorder?

    What is the purpose of genetic modification to create an autoimmune response?

    All in the interest of discussion......
    These are medical terms, not legal ones.

    And for the sake of discussion, I have to make an important point;

    NO GENETIC MODIFICATION OF THE HUMAN GENOME TAKES PLACE DUE TO ANY VACCINE IN USE TODAY.
    THE ASSERTION THAT THERE IS A GENETIC ALTERATION TO THE HUMAN GENOME IS UTTERLY FALSE MISINFORMATION.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark in Portugal View Post
    These are medical terms, not legal ones.

    And for the sake of discussion, I have to make an important point;

    NO GENETIC MODIFICATION OF THE HUMAN GENOME TAKES PLACE DUE TO ANY VACCINE IN USE TODAY.
    THE ASSERTION THAT THERE IS A GENETIC ALTERATION TO THE HUMAN GENOME IS UTTERLY FALSE MISINFORMATION.
    And you're a welder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Miranda View Post
    And you're a welder?
    Not professionally, but I've laid a mile or two of bead.

    Does that have something to do with the discussion?

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    Not long ago, asymtomatic spread was known as hypochondria.
    Drosten has a lot to answer for, "inventing" this and a dodgy high CT number PCR test process...

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    There seems to be some confusion at work. People seem to be conflating asymptomatic infection (infection where the viral load is as high as it is in a symptomatic case, but where there are few or no noticable symptoms) and the low viral load experienced by vaccinated or immune subjects when they are challenged by the virus. In the first case, spread to others is very likely. In the second case, spread to uthers is drastically less likely because the prospect of infecting another person depends to a great extent on the number of virions passed to the other person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rand View Post
    There seems to be some confusion at work. People seem to be conflating asymptomatic infection (infection where the viral load is as high as it is in a symptomatic case, but where there are few or no noticable symptoms) and the low viral load experienced by vaccinated or immune subjects when they are challenged by the virus. In the first case, spread to others is very likely. In the second case, spread to uthers is drastically less likely because the prospect of infecting another person depends to a great extent on the number of virions passed to the other person.
    "There seems to be some confusion" Don't know about the UK but in the U.S. numbers mean little and most data gets revised every day it seems. And then take Fauci and his emails contradict even mask usage and he is supposed to be the lead expert on Covid-19.

    Leadership make demands on the citizens then violate the very same mandates.

    News media, government, local officials, state officials are all over the highway when it comes to facts regarding this pandemic.

    Hopefully things are better where your located.

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    Interesting article on how the UK variant overcomes your body's immune system. How the ‘Alpha’ Coronavirus Variant Became So Powerful

    The article is From the NYT, but the link is a temporary one from MSN that will disappear in a few days.


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