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His logic is flawed? The test strip is probably reacting incorrectly to the Coke because of a chemical reaction, which it was never designed to do. Its designed to have blood through it and react to whats in the blood which it would do.
I'd certainly be happy with that approach (sans 10eur)
That is the good side of vaccinations and I support the use of vaccines like this. The difference is those vaccines have been decades in development and tested many times over. No one can say the same for flu vaccines and definitely not for the Covid vaccines!I think I've finally been put on the ignored list, thank goodness, now i can debunk everythihng he says without being called a troll.
Anyway, the reason why mass vaccinations are important:
Yes, although I follow Jerm on Twitter, he's gone off the rails a bit in terms of conspiracy theories related to covid-19. He thinks *All* limits are stupid. He also very much cherry picks his facts.It's actually their own they were developing at university of Queensland. They stopped trials
Completely flawed. It would be expected to have some reaction with other chemicals. There are bigger problems if somehow many tests are getting contaminated with Coke.His logic is flawed?
So what is the relative risk, indoors versus outdoors? Funny how it is perfectly fine to sit for hours in a loud restaurant. Suddenly no masks is all fine.I'm yet to see a restaurant where people are crowded together. Every single one I've been to have had open tables in between patrons and social distancing enforced.
Completely flawed. It would be expected to have some reaction with other chemicals. There are bigger problems if somehow many tests are getting contaminated with Coke.
So what is the relative risk, indoors versus outdoors? Funny how it is perfectly fine to sit for hours in a loud restaurant. Suddenly no masks is all fine.
Apologies for the following post as not related to covid. I however feel this will add to our current discussions re media, content moderation etc. The below relates to Zero Hedge. And regardless of what some may think about this page, it shows that social media hegemony has power over information flow of even the most ardent opponents.
While often labeled as a financial permabear, Zero Hedge has also been described as a source of "cutting-edge news, rumors and gossip in the financial industry".
Over time, Zero Hedge expanded into non-financial analysis,[c] including conspiracy theories and fringe rhetoric that has been associated with the US radical right and a pro-Russian bias.
Good they have someone to fix their crisis.“We have a Nordic co-operation model for emergency preparedness in health care and we have signed on to help each other in a crisis,” Sandwall said.
No fireworks... That's a bummer.So even well-run & wealthy countries like Germany are struggling....very harsh restrictions compared to SA. Just shows the futility of it all.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said she and the governors of Germany's 16 states agreed Sunday to step up the country's lockdown measures from December 16 to January 10 to stop the spread.www.dailymail.co.uk
- All non-essential shops closed
- No indoor dining
- No fireworks
- No alcohol
Correction, regardless of who owns what, who's in coalition with whom, people were free to read or people were free to go.Just reading this description , between far right and pro Russian. And people here think somehow that this is a free media?
Far right is as bad as far left, and they both are very similar in some things( as shown by the regular coalitions they go into)
No, these restrictions WILL help bring numbers down again and will make thing OK again. For two moths. Then we're onto the 3rd wave in spring, more lockdowns and more restrictions.So even well-run & wealthy countries like Germany are struggling....very harsh restrictions compared to SA. Just shows the futility of it all.