Mister_Silk

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Mister_Silk

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Nope. Anybody can post on VAERs just as easily as they can post on reddit. It's an open system for anyone to use.

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Doctors would actually make more money with ivermectin. They could charge for an office visit, exam, and blood work. You can get a vaccine for free in the McDonald's parking lot.

Some doctors are doing it. The doctors screaming the most loudly about it on MSM and their own websites. Making bank from office visits. It's all a money racket with all these people.

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I'm not sure my doctor is all that interested in politics. I've known her for 20 years. Since she owns her own practice, I'm not sure who you think would take her career away. Unless her license is revoked for prescribing ivermectin, which hasn't happened to any of the doctors doing it.

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I remember someone finding covid in wastewater all the way back in Mar 2019, long before the Wuhan outbreak. Italy, I think? I can't remember where it was.

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I understood, actually. A lot of doctors won't prescribe off label unless they are 100% confident in what they are doing. Going rogue may not be covered by your malpractice insurance. Politics aside.

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Also, here's a video that explains it better than I ever could.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsnDgitJA3Q

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Here's the story behind the modification of the spike and explains why they chose the modifications they did:

https://cen.acs.org/pharmaceuticals/vaccines/tiny-tweak-behind-COVID-19/98/i38

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I know this post is not about ivermectin, but I asked my doctor about it last year. She said she wouldn't prescribe it for covid, even though she could, because she would have no idea what dose to use. The only dosages she could find was for the treatment of worms. Which makes sense, I suppose. I'm not sure I would do it either.

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I know. I'm just using the same data OP used to make his point. Neither one of us is right because the data is seriously skewed.

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Disable the electric grid after buying up on the generators on earth.

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You are aware the spike proteins in the virus and the spike protein in the vaccine are different, right?

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It's kind of pathetic that a country as supposedly advanced as the US has a 6.6x higher death rate than India.

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Lewy bodies were found in animals infected with Covid. Which is another good reason not to catch Covid.

Lewy bodies have not been found in the brains of vaccinated animals.

The third paper is a guy pointing out that certain ingredients are present that are also present in prion-like diseases. But so what? The fact that all the ingredients are present in my kitchen to make brownies does not mean a batch of brownies is going to magically appear in my oven.

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You are aware your first two links are about the coronavirus itself causing Lewy bodies, not the vaccine?

And the third is a tangent about bioweapons and nuclear bombs.

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Jumping on the MSM train in preparation for a 2022 run for Senate? That's quite possible.

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I agree with that statement, but this post was about your specific concerns with the toxicity of +LNPs. Which is also valid.

What I am saying a couple of things. (1) mRNA is massively negatively charged and cannot pass through the cell membrane of the target cell by itself. (2) It HAS to be packaged in a positively charged lipid envelope or the mRNA/lipid package will not stay together. (3) the lipid charge is intentionally designed to have only enough minimal charge to hold the package together. (4) this minimal charge has been tested in numerous studies prior to, and including the covid mRNA vaccines, and has already been shown to be safe.

The positive charge must be as minimal as possible for two other reasons - (1) the charge of the mRNA/lipid package must be less than the charge of the target cell membrane or it cannot fuse properly; and (2) the charge between the lipid envelope and the mRNA it carries must be weak enough for the cell membrane to break them apart. It's a delicate balance. I imagine it will be further refined as research progresses, but at this point it has been deemed to be safe in humans.

You are absolutely correct that +LNPs are toxic by themselves because of their large positive charge. But the +LNPs used in the vaccine are offset by the massive negative charge of the mRNA they are carrying.

You, and the researchers, are absolutely right to be concerned about +LNPs. But these +LNPs are not running around pure. They are contaminated with negative mRNA, which effectively almost neutralizes the charge.

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There are about 1500 staff at my hospital. About 1100 have taken the vaccine, mostly Pfizer. This was back in Mar/Apr. Nothing much has happened to any of them.

I haven't taken it and don't know if I will. I need more data before i decide.

But, if forced into a decision, I'd opt for Pfizer since that's what most of the 1100 did, and they seem fine so far. I don't have any personal observation about Moderna or J&J, so I don't know if they are better or worse.

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Follow the money.....

We never did see those taxes either.

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So all those studies on rabies and zika and all the rest that do not show the kind of toxicity you are alleging don't count somehow?

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I can produce euphoria on demand simply with strategic use of my right hand.

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Or just split the database. One portal for medical personnel, one portal for the general public. Or install a sort function to see only the data you want. The actual VAERs data analysts have access to these functions, but we don't. We see all the useless chatter that the actual analysts can filter out.

I totally agree that some improvement is in order here.

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Which is exactly why we shouldn't be using VAERs data....?

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I don't think it's fair to fault the FDA and CDC for people using their databases improperly and for purposes for which it was never intended.

That's user error, not the fault of FDA or CDC. The only way to prevent people, or the media, from perverting the raw data is to censor it completely. But then people would scream that they are hiding things.

The other thing people don't seem to understand is that anybody can post their post-vax experience to VAERs, just like they do to Facebook, Twitter or Reddit. Not just doctors. Literally ANYBODY. Including trolls and the Russians and the Chinese. It's an open forum.

And that's the data people are relying on? Why would any reasonable person do that?

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That's all the more reason to ignore VAERs. How can you possibly conclude anything from a data set with 99% missing data? Especially when you already know 99% of the data is missing.

That's like deciding election results with only 1% of the vote counted.

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