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2thDoc
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re: Q: p5953 - Super-Duper missiles, 17x faster! - Unraveling ToE Thread
LINK

Vanderbilt started a study covid/HCQ


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Holderofthehorns
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Mass pop awakening only happens with a TOP figure. Brennan, Comey, Clapper, etc are not as 'popular' to have that kind of effect.


Or Obama. THAT would get some attention.


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I have been telling everyone, even on this message board to take vitamin D, C and zinc.


I’m headed to get another IV infusion of D, C and zinc in a couple of hours. It’s what’s kept me working through all of this.


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Holderofthehorns
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Keep up the work and I hope you can find the resolve to return to the posting style that made me search out your posts here...for my selfish reasons.


Amen. And always with a gentle hand offering explanations to the New-B's and even those that should know better, like me.

And much like a Papa Bigmouth Bass when the crawdads come after his little ones, GULP.

Makes me want to retweet and promote him on the Twit.
Gonna go do that now. Bye.


Catchfalaya
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re: Q: p5953 - Super-Duper missiles, 17x faster! - Unraveling ToE Thread
Wait did I see somebody post a David Wilcox statement on this thread? That guy is a loon!


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ruzil
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re: Q: p5953 - Super-Duper missiles, 17x faster! - Unraveling ToE Thread
Osteopaths are not the same as Chiropractors.



Spaceman Spiff
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Lots of new faces


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He is a chriopractor


So what. I've experienced complete healings in my family from chiropractors that "norma" physicians couldn't heal.


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Jake88
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Chiropractors are not close to MDs or DOs. They earn a DC, and it is not nearly as rigorous with regards to biochemistry and physiology.


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Hey Vox

Twitter isn’t letting me find voxforv(endetta)


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BIO-WAR

Image: https://i.imgur.com/3Pi20ZY.jpg


A gene editing technology called CRISPR has set off alarm bells in the defense community; the technology allows researchers to edit genomes, thereby easily modifying DNA sequences to alter gene function.

In the right hands, this tool has the potential to correct genetic defects and treat disease. In the wrong hands, however, it has the potential for evil.

CRISPR technology is becoming cheaper to run and therefore more accessible to individuals bent on bioterrorism.

A report titled Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community, was published in February 2016. In it, gene editing features in a list of weapons of mass destruction and proliferation.

“Given the broad distribution, low cost, and accelerated pace of development of this dual-use technology its deliberate or unintentional misuse might lead to far-reaching economic and national security implications.
Advances in genome editing in 2015, have compelled groups of high-profile U.S. and European biologists to question unregulated editing of the human germline (cells that are relevant for reproduction), which might create inheritable genetic changes.”

With future generations of CRISPR-like technology and an advanced knowledge of genetics, there would be no theoretical end to the misery that could be caused. There’s potential to create drug-resistant strains of diseases, for instance, or pesticide-protected bugs, capable of wiping out a country’s staple crop.




Hopefully a climate change terrorist will never have acsess to this technology.



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Engineer22
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Scot Free. Anyone seen this before? Thought it was strange given the Q post yesterday.

this is a clip from the 1977 Movie "Kentucky Fried Movie". This skit is about a John F. Kennedy assassination board game.

Director:John Landis
Writing credits
Jim Abrahams writer
David Zucker writer
Jerry Zucker writer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7e3RK_xSvc

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Patriots Stand at the Ready [Shills Whine]
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9 Apr 2020 - 2:21:27 PM
https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1208873492025925632
Do people really believe the biggest scandal in modern US history will go unpunished [Scot-Free]?
Backchannels are important.
Patriots stand at the ready [shills whine].
Q
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boomtown143
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re: Q: p5953 - Super-Duper missiles, 17x faster! - Unraveling ToE Thread
sorry if posted already.

Gen. Flynn changed his pic again.

hinting at "the eye of the storm"??

Image: https://i.postimg.cc/1zfmZ63v/Capture.jpg


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That eye-looking background is crazy.


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Oprah would flip the switch....
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take vitamin D, C and zinc.


Interesting development

The Lancet (prestigious journal) published these recs

https://www.thelancet.com/action/showPdf?pii=S2213-2600(20)30127-2&fbclid=


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Treatment for severe acute respiratory distress syndrome from COVID-19
In The Lancet Respiratory Medicine


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Glucocorticoids should be avoided in view of the evidence that they can be harmful in cases of viral pneumonia and ARDS from influenza.10 Rescue therapy with high-dose vitamin C can also be considered.11 Finally, ECMO should be considered using the inclusion and exclusion criteria of the EOLIA trial.3


They list this in the body of the text, but fail to emphasize it or place it on a large graphic on the 1st page with the other recs. Curiously left out...


ThinePreparedAni
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Chiropractors are not close to MDs or DOs. They earn a DC, and it is not nearly as rigorous with regards to biochemistry and physiology.


Jake is right

Each brings different skill sets to different problems
They are all tools in a toolkit. One has to decide which tool is appropriate. One also needs to be aware of their perspectives when these folks weigh in on a topic.

Spectrum:
Naturopathic providers - very open, some woo-woo (which itself is not bad)
Chiros - more structured. Slightly more reductionist than the prior with emphasis on manual manipulations
DO - a blend of the better aspects of chiros and allopathic training
MD- very reductionistic. Data driven. Meds and surgeries

Very broad strokes above. There are some providers who pull the best from all of these worlds when trying to serve others...

Each has their time / place /setting

If I get in a major wreck, please airlift me to the protocol driven Level 1 trauma center to save my life (allopathic model is perfect when stakes are high, time is of the essence, and intervention is needed). The greater the risk of harm, the greater demand for data /RCTs/protocols. Other examples would be acute cardiac issues or strokes.

Now

If we have a chronic medical disease process (DM, obesity, HTN), applying same logic above may not be as helpful. Applying algorithms to all people based on population based data has not/will not work. The holistic providers tend to shine in these instances, while the reductionists struggle by layering on more medications. Again, most holistic intervention center around lifestyle interventions that are low risk (you also cannot opt out of sleep, eating and movement). These interventions tend to be personalized to the individual (n of 1 studies ...). Population based RCTs by reductionist have proven to be confusing and contradictory for many of these issues while they deride holistic providers for not practicing “evidence based medicine”. IMO, less rigorous population based studies are required when looking at these issues. Lower harm potential = lower need for “evidence”. This is (and has mainly been) the standard used in elite athletics and performance. You go with what works (on an individual level at times...) An example would be breath training. A simple and free technique that everyone can be taught. Most pundits weigh in on a topic like this with: “There is no level 1 evidence to do such and such” while not acknowledging there is no motivation (or funding) to create large volume studies that would validate an intervention that would not generate direct profits.

Again, it comes down to your unique intentions and applying discretion



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Hey Vox Twitter isn’t letting me find voxforv(endetta)


This worked for me. LINK


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boomtown143
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re: Q: p5953 - Super-Duper missiles, 17x faster! - Unraveling ToE Thread
apparently he just changed his pic to this "eye"

seems he's telling us we are in the eye of the storm



add this recent "discovery" by his former defense team:
https://saraacarter.com/former-flynn-defense-counsel-covington-and-burling-just-now-found-additional-docs-in-flynn-file/

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“In reviewing materials in response to the Court’s March 6, 2020 Order (Doc. 174) to respond to Mr. Flynn’s specific allegations in his Supplemental Motion to Withdraw Plea of Guilty, however, we have found emails and two pages of handwritten notes that were not previously transferred to successor counsel,” the notice submitted by Flynn’s former lawyers Robert Kelner and Stephan P. Anthony stated. “With respect to the emails, this appears to have resulted from errors in the process of collecting and searching electronic materials that were not contained in the working case file. The two pages of notes appear to have been inadvertently missed during the file transfer process.”

Flynn’s new defense team is combing through the new trove of documents, suggesting that the appropriate action by the DOJ would be to dismiss Flynn’s case entirely based on egregious government misconduct.


Flynn will be let off. He won't need a pardon.

based on his "I have a story to tell" tweet...he's going to talk once he's let off....which isn't too far away.


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Oprah would flip the switch...


I think the reaction to that indictment would be more akin to taking the cover off of the Ark of the Covenant.


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