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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: May 24, 2022, 10:06:40 AM »
Yes, because the claim here is that it has a 100% near term fatality rate.  ::)

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: May 24, 2022, 08:24:41 AM »
So the athlete deaths increase by a few every year, but then in 2021 it suddenly increases multiple fold in a single year like the FIFA increase, and coincidentally increasing in number throughout the year as the vaccines are rolled out in number throughout the year, sure.  ::)

If the vaccine lowers bodily immunity as it is alleged then it could result in things like infection or cancer. Many of those are heart issues. It takes a professional denialist to blindly deny athletes clutching their chest at cup tournaments as normal and expected.


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: May 24, 2022, 04:15:10 AM »
If you scroll down to the bottom of that page the authors provide over a thousand linked sources for the data, of each person who died. It's clearly not fake.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: May 24, 2022, 04:06:21 AM »
Joe Biden was 70 years old in 2012. Kind of late there. Why did it take him 70 years to accept gay rights?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: May 24, 2022, 03:46:18 AM »
Hey look, your liberal hero Joe Biden opposed gay marriage.



You can tell that this was from a time when he was more coherent and had two brain cells.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: May 24, 2022, 02:46:51 AM »
Correlation equals causation in Tom’s world.

Correlation is not necessarily causation. But there is no causation without correlation.

https://goodsciencing.com/covid/athletes-suffer-cardiac-arrest-die-after-covid-shot/

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The International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland, studied documents from international data banks from 1966 to 2004. Those documents indicate 1,101 sudden deaths in athletes under 35 years of age, an average of 29 athletes per year, the sports with the highest incidence being soccer and basketball. (NIH Document)

A study by Maron on sudden death in US athletes, from 1980 to 2006 in thirty-eight sports identified 1,866 deaths of athletes with cardiac disease, with a prevalence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

2005 to 2006 averaged sixty-six (66) deaths per year, with 82% of those occurring during competition or training.

Thanks to investigator readers for discovering these reports, and this story in Spanish. Momento Deportivo.

In 2021 and 2022 so far, cardiac disease has not been mentioned. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy was mentioned twice, but those two reports were listed in the “not vax related” list. “Enlarged heart” was only mentioned three times, but there was no indication this was a long-term or recent issue (possibly due to vaccine injury).

The above shows that in prior years, there were 66 deaths per year, but there have been 86 reported in January 2022, so far.


https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covid-vaccine-tracker-global-distribution/

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: May 24, 2022, 12:49:01 AM »
Tom displaying a profound lack of critical faculty by assuming this is COVID vaccine connected.

Actually it plays perfectly into the litany of sports related heart incidents which started after introduction of the Covid vaccine.

2021 held the record for most FIFA players to die on the field. - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_association_footballers_who_died_while_playing

See: 5-fold increase in sudden cardiac deaths of FIFA players in 2021


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: May 23, 2022, 10:06:41 PM »
Yeah, the expert compared it to people who die from lightening strikes while golfing:

    "More people die from lightning strikes while golfing," says Dr. William Roberts, a professor of family medicine and community health at the University of Minnesota, and the medical director of the Twin Cities Marathon.

Meanwhile there has been a noted increase in sports related heart attacks, as well as increased heart attacks among young adults, to which Channel 7 Boston blames on "cannibis use" at the 1:45 mark here -


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Terrible Political Memes
« on: May 23, 2022, 03:17:55 PM »

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 19, 2022, 03:26:37 PM »
Ah yes, telling people to repress natural urges is surely the way to a healthy society. I expect nothing different from Madam Jewish Space Laser.

You can't seriously be arguing that acting on your natural urges is the best way to a healthy society. Young adults can have a natural urge to steal things from stores, cheat in school, skip classes to hang out with friends, and watch TV entertainment instead of doing schoolwork. People might also have a natural urge to speed and drive recklessly through town to meet an appointment, strike their pets and children when angry, issue threats to get their way, and on and on.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Size of the Sun
« on: May 19, 2022, 01:35:58 AM »
Coincidentally, hydrogen and helium are lighter than air, and the Sun is right above the atmosphere in FE.

The surface of the Moon is also claimed to be made of Helium-3, possibly based on spectroscopy studies.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 19, 2022, 01:30:42 AM »
I don't see why this is so hard to figure out.


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Terrible Political Memes
« on: May 16, 2022, 03:42:18 PM »

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 15, 2022, 06:44:22 PM »
And what do bird eggs have to do with humans?

That's a simple one. If we recognize the life of a developing bird egg at any stage of development and are banning their destruction, then by this level of the recognition of life the we should also recognize human life at any stage of development.

You do not have absolute right over your property, and you do not have absolute right over your body. The US is a system of states which democratically enact their own health and property laws. If the people of a state want to tell women that they need to be personally responsible and can't abort babies anymore, then that is simply democracy in action.

Quote from: Lord Dave
So, to recap.
You are 100% in support of a government agency having legal say over a person's own body.

I think you mean the people of each state democratically managing their own health affairs. The government agency isn't an outside entity.

And yes, we have largely decided as a society that you do not have ultimate authority over your body. We ban drinking and driving, for example. You do not have a right to drink whenever you want. Having bodily autonomy does not mean any person gets to undermine the health, rights or autonomy of others.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 15, 2022, 05:58:56 PM »
I always love watching conservatives, who are very pro-personal liberties, defend the government telling people what they can or can't do with their bodies.

When a woman is pregnant it's not just her body though. There is another entity within her. Laws already tell women that they do not have right over their body, banning abortion after xx weeks in most areas. It is incorrect that a woman has absolute right over her body.

It is also considered homicide if someone causes a woman to lose her baby at any stage of gestation in many areas. It is not merely assault.

There are laws banning you from killing bird eggs:

https://goldengateaudubon.org/conservation/make-the-city-safe-for-wildlife/tree-care-and-bird-safety/laws-protecting-birds

    FEDERAL MIGRATORY BIRD TREATY ACT:
    703. Taking, killing, or possessing migratory birds unlawful.

    “…it shall be unlawful at any time, by any means or in any manner, to pursue, hunt, take, capture, kill, attempt to take, capture, or kill, possess, offer for sale, sell, offer to barter, offer to purchase, deliver for shipment, ship, export, import, cause to be shipped, exported, or imported, deliver for transportation, transport or cause to be transported, carry or cause to be carried, or receive for shipment, transportation, carriage, or export, any migratory bird, any part, nest, or eggs of any such bird, or any product, whether or not manufactured, which consists, or is composed in whole or part, of any such bird or any part, nest, or egg thereof…”

    ...

    CALIFORNIA STATE CODE:

    3503. It is unlawful to take, possess, or needlessly destroy the nest or eggs of any bird, except as otherwise provided by this code or any regulation made pursuant thereto.

    ...

    Title 14, Chapter 1, Section 251.1. Harassment of Animals

    Except as otherwise authorized in these regulations or in the Fish and Wildlife Code, no person shall harass, herd or drive any game or non-game bird or mammal or furbearing mammal. For the purposes of this section, harass is defined as an intentional act which disrupts an animal’s normal behavior patterns, which includes, but is not limited to, breeding, feeding or sheltering. This section does not apply to a landowner or tenant who drives or herds birds or mammals for the purpose of preventing damage to private or public property, including aquaculture and agriculture crops.

    ...

    SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY MUNICIPAL CODE:
    Sec 5.08. It is unlawful to disturb birds.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 15, 2022, 05:24:11 PM »
Yes, it's the woman's body and therefore the woman's right to choose, not the man's.

This is an argument that women have absolute right over their body. They do not.
Do women have the right to choose to not have children?

Yes. If they are not ready for children they can choose not to engage in the actions that result in the creation of children. If they are truly adamant about not having children for some reason they can choose to get their tube tied. If they are unsure and do not want to follow that path, and still wish to be sexually active, then they should be aware of the consequences for that decision.

How hard is it to keep your legs shut until you are at a point that you are ready to be responsible for your actions? Plenty of women throughout history have been able to tell men "not until marriage" and not give in until she knew that she and her partner was ready. Plenty of people also go years without sex, as they focus on schooling, a career, and betterment of themselves. It's not impossible to view sex as a luxury that you can have when you are prepared to have it, like alcohol. It's called self control.

Men are universally told that if they didn't want to be held responsible they shouldn't have done it and that their actions have consequences. Women should likewise be held responsible. They should know that actions have consequences. There is no reason to impose a death penalty on a child in the womb out of selfish or petty reasons.

The law recognizes an unborn child enough to consider it homicide if it is killed by anyone other than the mother - it is not just an assault charge. That should apply to the mother as well. Perhaps the consequences of fetal homicide should not be the same as normal homicide, but there should definitely be consequences.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 15, 2022, 03:54:08 PM »
Not everywhere:

"States that allow for late-term abortions with no state-imposed thresholds are Alaska, Colorado, District of Columbia, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, and Vermont."
https://worldpopulationreview.com/state-rankings/what-states-allow-late-term-abortion

That's 8 out of 50, and DC is not a state. Even liberal cesspits like California and New York impose bans on abortion after a certain number of weeks. Most areas have decided that women do not have a right over their bodies.

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And if we were to examine the overall issue based on consensus, the national majority consensus is that RvW should remain in place.

That might hold water if the US was founded to combine state health laws into a unified national laws, but it was decided that states would be largely independent entities with its own laws on a state level. The states decide on their own abortion laws, as illustrated by the xx week bans and other abortion laws already in place. The Supreme Court got rid of the errant national precedent from RvW and rightly turned it over to the states to decide for themselves democratically.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 15, 2022, 03:34:01 PM »
Yes, it's the woman's body and therefore the woman's right to choose, not the man's.

This is an argument that women have absolute right over their body. They do not. It is widely illegal in most areas to abort after a certain number of weeks, even in very liberal areas in the US. The woman is forced by the law to carry the baby and is forced to give birth, even if she doesn't want to. They do not have a choice. This shows that women do not have the right to do what they want with their bodies.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Bye Bye Abortion
« on: May 15, 2022, 04:35:48 AM »
It is considered unacceptable for a man to abandon his unborn child upon learning that his partner was pregnant regardless of whether the child is later born or killed by abortion.

Somehow it is acceptable for a woman to abandon responsibility to her unborn child, but it is unacceptable for a man to do it.

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