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Started by Sena, April 14, 2020, 09:12:49 AM
Quote from: DebToday I came across an article about people being able to change their deceased loved one's cause of death on the death certificate to covid if they suspect it could have been involved. My first thought was, how many people will glom onto that opportunity in order to make some extra money?
Quote from: LarryHthe source has a strong political bias based on the headlines of other articles, so I'm not sure we can trust its implications.
Quote from: LarryHSeth says that if science finds a vaccine or cure for one illness, a person who wants to die will find another way to die.... The one person to date who has died of a blood clot "caused" by the J&J vaccine wanted to die, according to Seth. If she had not gotten the vaccine, I wonder how she would have otherwise died?
Quote from: LarryHSo if someone wants to commit fraud, they have to get one of those professionals to cooperate in the fraud.
Quote from: DebI don't know who this Dr. Tenpenny is (cool name, though)
Quote from: DebQuote from: DebI don't know who this Dr. Tenpenny is (cool name, though)It was Tenpenny, I had commented on her name. So I heard today that 5,800 people have caught Covid so far, despite being vaccinated. The vaccines take maybe 30 days to be fully effective, probably depending on which one you have, and they're not 100% effective. And there are side effects and some deaths, but relatively small amounts compared to how many vaccines have been given. It's all comes down to choice, at least at this point. I have a friend who is going on a cruise in about a year, and the cruise line requires all employees and travelers to have been fully vaccinated. I don't know what the J&J vaccine is like, I suppose I should look up the details. The two others are the mRNA ones. The Euro AstraZenica is supposedly more like typical vaccines and is suspected of causing blood clots, so I'm wonder if the J&J shot is similar to the AZ one.
Quote from: usmaakJ&J is a DNA fragment inside of a deactivated Adenovirus. It is using the gene for the protein spike.
Quote from: DebSo I heard today that 5,800 people have caught Covid so far, despite being vaccinated. The vaccines take maybe 30 days to be fully effective, probably depending on which one you have, and they're not 100% effective
Quote from: LarryHQuote from: DebSo I heard today that 5,800 people have caught Covid so far, despite being vaccinated. The vaccines take maybe 30 days to be fully effective, probably depending on which one you have, and they're not 100% effectiveIt's been well-publicized that the two major vaccines in the U.S. are 94 and 95% effective, though they are probably less effective for the new strains. My 91-year-old mom tested positive two weeks after her first Pfizer vaccine, but had no symptoms and tested negative two weeks after that.
Quote from: DebWould you consider she may have had a false positive on the test? I've read a lot of articles that the rapid test tests for exosomes and are not covid-specific. The immune system would be affected by a vaccination and so exosomes would naturally be present.
Quote from: usmaakI wonder what the animal trials looked like.
Quote from: LarryHOf approximately 30 residents and at least 9 employees at my mom's memory care facility, all of whom got vaccinated on or near the same day, 5 residents tested positive. Of those, I was told that "a few" developed COVID symptoms, and one took several weeks to recover. The CDC website responds to the question, "After getting a COVID-19 vaccine, will I test positive for COVID-19 on a viral test?" The response: "No. None of the authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines cause you to test positive on viral tests, which are used to see if you have a current infection. Neither can any of the COVID-19 vaccines currently in clinical trials in the United States."
Quote from: jbsethHi LarryH, that's really interesting.Do you think that this might mean that there's something going on here with this vaccine, that isn't working the way that they expected it to?
Quote from: DebAn unexpected side effect of covid. https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/20/health/supernatural-encounters-pandemic-loved-ones-blake/index.html
QuoteThe coronavirus pandemic has now killed more than 600,000 Americans. Many of us never had a chance to hug or say farewell to loved ones who died alone and isolated in hospital wards due to fears of spreading the virus.But there is another group of pandemic survivors who say they have been granted a second chance to say goodbye. They are people like Horne who believe they've been contacted by a loved one who died from coronavirus.These experiences can be subtle: relatives appearing in hyper-real dreams, a sudden whiff of fragrance worn by a departed loved one, or unusual behavior by animals. Other encounters are more dramatic: feeling a touch on your shoulder at night, hearing a sudden warning from a loved one, or seeing the full-bodied form of a recently departed relative appear at the foot of your bed.These stories may sound implausible, but they are in fact part of a historical pattern. There is something in us -- or in our lost loved ones -- that won't accept not being able to say goodbye.
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