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    Why we need better science education

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    That's painful to listen to.:dead:
     
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    @123456789 posting links without commentary isn't helpful.

    @GingerCoffee did you see the part about how viruses, bacteria, fungi etc. are all natural particles in the body that change back and forth between one another and are a symptom of being sick, not a cause? By pointing out the problems with this, I was "in denial." This person would probably also think I was in denial about reptilians preparing to launch an invasion of earth from the dark side of the moon.
     
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    I only skimmed the page and listened to a couple minutes of the video. The site looks like the work of a single paranoid schizophrenic. Is it a group you are familiar with?

    Are you sure that site doesn't have any hidden viruses? I tried to close the box on the right to get it out of the way and instead the 'x' opened the window.
     
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    Yikes. I hope not. I was using Linux when I found it (if that matters) and didn't see an issue. Checking it now...

    Here's the quote that had me laughing (talking about these things dubbed microzyma, that live in the body harmlessly and then transform into viruses or bacteria when a person is sick):

    "These microzyma are present in the tissues and blood of all living organisms where they remain normally quiescent (quiet and not acting) and harmless. When the welfare of the human body is threatened by the presence of potentially harmful material, a transmutation (change) takes place [also called pleomorphism].

    The microzyma changes into a bacterium or virus which immediately goes to work to rid the body of this harmful material. When the bacteria or viruses have completed their task of consuming the harmful material they automatically revert to the microzyma stage.

    I draw the conclusion that normal air never contains morbid microzymas, or what used to be called germs of diseases and are now called microbes; maintaining, in accord with the old medical aphorism (general truth) that diseases are born of us and in us, that no one has ever been able to communicate a characteristic disease of the nosological class [scientific classification of disease], such as anthrax, smallpox, typhoid fever, cholera, plague, tuberculosis, hydrophobia, syphilis, etc., by taking the germ in the air, but they are isolated from a patient, at some particular moment."
     
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    Hmm. The site closed for me, and my scanner isn't seeing any malware. But it looks like they may use Javascript or something to disable some functions. I did see the box, but it closed for me when I clicked it (using Chrome). In any event, the less seen of that site the better, I suppose. It was just too funny not to share.
     
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    I'm glad you found no malware. Maybe my cursor wasn't exactly on the 'x' or something.

    I'm using a Mac and haven't had any trouble but my last PC was killed by malware and I have no idea what site it came from. I just know it wasn't in any email.
     
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    Posting links without describing what it is you're linking isn't helpful.
     
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    The link itself, on its face, describes the nature of the linked material. Just be more observant in the future and you'll save yourself some anxiety.
     
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    I personally would have liked to see a quote or something. I can't even see the entire link, thus cannot see the description. Your original post is basically just a link.
     
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    I can see the whole link. It says Louis Pasteur was a plagiarist and impostor and purports to tell the truth about vaccines. If your left-click finger is acting up, there's a quote at post #6, above.
     
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    So you're saying you ARE IN DENIAL about the impending lunar reptilian invasion? I don't think I can take anything you say seriously from now on. ;-)

    People are so nuts. I just can't believe what I see sometimes.
     
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    I am. Everyone knows that the Reptilian staging area is on Mars.
     
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    It used to be only the people who came in direct contact with these folks saw them. Now they have the Web to share their delusions.
     
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    What the Darwin did I just read?
     
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    I think you need better science education to improve your career as I know. Actually a better science can make you better chose your career in future in this subject. However I wanna know something but I want permission before posting .Please let me know.
     
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    A bit lost in translation there, @meraw. :confused: Are you asking if you can ask a question?
     
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