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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Action80 on February 06, 2023, 08:03:05 PM »
Showing the history of the FDA and other US government entities attempting to quash effective alternative methods of treatment for Covid and other respiratory illnesses, simply due to the desire to mandate a vaccine, is hardly the "gotcha," you think it is.

Current evidence actually demonstrates Vitamin C and D have always been an effective way to mitigate the harmful effects and alleviate symptoms of, not only Covid, but all forms of respiratory illness.

The officials and bureau(pieces of)craps within the FDA, CDC, and NIH, have clearly demonstrated over the past four years or so a strong predilection toward purposefully lying to the public at large.

You are so strong to move the goal posts so quickly.
Yeah, I agree stack moves goalposts very quickly.

Now, do you have anything related to the topic at hand?

Would you, perhaps discuss the state of the countersuits the doctor has filed against these agencies and a sitting US Senator for these actions of censorship?

Would you care to discuss the importance of a healthy human endocrinal/immune system in warding of various types of disease?

I doubt it, given your post history.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Rama Set on February 06, 2023, 08:01:23 PM »
Showing the history of the FDA and other US government entities attempting to quash effective alternative methods of treatment for Covid and other respiratory illnesses, simply due to the desire to mandate a vaccine, is hardly the "gotcha," you think it is.

Current evidence actually demonstrates Vitamin C and D have always been an effective way to mitigate the harmful effects and alleviate symptoms of, not only Covid, but all forms of respiratory illness.

The officials and bureau(pieces of)craps within the FDA, CDC, and NIH, have clearly demonstrated over the past four years or so a strong predilection toward purposefully lying to the public at large.

You are so strong to move the goal posts so quickly.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Action80 on February 06, 2023, 11:07:34 AM »
Showing the history of the FDA and other US government entities attempting to quash effective alternative methods of treatment for Covid and other respiratory illnesses, simply due to the desire to mandate a vaccine, is hardly the "gotcha," you think it is.

Between all the "terrible," things you ascribe to a single doctor, and the multitude of acts that can only be described as inhumane that have been perpetrated by the FDA/CDC against their own populace, instigating and perpetuating the endless mind-fuck over a disease that has proven to be less deadly than the flu, over-reporting the actual numbers, ascribing them as "death by Covid," rather than "death with Covid," mask mandates, lockdowns, separating loved ones, denying the sharing of final moments, etc., I'll take the doctor.

Current evidence actually demonstrates Vitamin C and D have always been an effective way to mitigate the harmful effects and alleviate symptoms of, not only Covid, but all forms of respiratory illness.

The officials and bureau(pieces of)craps within the FDA, CDC, and NIH, have clearly demonstrated over the past four years or so a strong predilection toward purposefully lying to the public at large.

Especially considering he openly discusses these very issues you raise in your post.
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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: The Flat Earth Scientific Proof
« Last post by secretagent10 on February 06, 2023, 12:40:26 AM »
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Experiments with plumbing (verticalization) and level (horizontalization) have proved that gravity does not exist, because the physical behavior of water is to seek its original form, that is, flatness.

There’s nothing of substance here. There is no “original form” of water and it’s certainly not “flatness”. It’s odd wording. Literally everything, including water, just moves in the direction of the sum of its forces. It’s not “seeking” anything.
There ARE interesting arguments for a flat earth, but “water seeks its level” is one of the strangest and weakest ones.

RE does not claim that you would see local curvature of water.
So, the statement “there’s no local curvature of water!”… does nothing. Because nobody said there should be.

Again, there ARE some interesting arguments for FE worth debating, but this looks like another grifter.
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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Cazazza Dan
« Last post by Crudblud on February 05, 2023, 09:32:15 PM »
Please, if you please, check these short shorts, my cohorts.





This is basically my way of staying active while university eats away at my composing time.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by stack on February 05, 2023, 07:51:26 PM »
Sorry, your FDA source has ZERO credibility.

If you wanted to just state your opinion you could have done that a few posts ago. It doesn't mean anything, being just an opinion and all, bereft of facts, but if you just want to talk about your feels, that's fine.
Your FDA hasn't been able to take any action on what you chose to use an attempted slur against the good doctor.

Typical.

Apparently, this isn't the good Dr. Mercola's first rodeo with the Feds.

2016:
Marketers of Indoor Tanning Systems to Pay Refunds to Consumers
Defendants Ran Ads Claiming That Indoor Tanning Is Safe, Doesn’t Increase the Risk of Skin Cancer
The Illinois-based marketers of Mercola-brand indoor tanning systems will pay refunds to consumers and will be permanently banned from marketing or selling indoor tanning systems, under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.

In the FTC’s complaint, which was filed in federal court, the Commission charged that Dr. Joseph Mercola and his two companies ran ads claiming that their indoor tanning systems are safe, that research proves indoor tanning does not increase the risk of melanoma skin cancer, and that their systems which deliver both ultraviolet (UV) light and red light can “reverse the appearance of aging.” The FTC’s complaint alleged that these claims are false, misleading, or unsubstantiated.

Finally, the defendants must pay refunds to consumers who bought Mercola brand indoor tanning systems between January 1, 2012 and the present. An FTC redress administrator will send refund eligibility notices and claim forms to these consumers. Purchasers who want a refund must return the claim form by the date stated in the letter. The defendants are required to pay a maximum of $5,334,067 to cover the cost of refunds and administration of the refund program.

Ultimately, he had to refund $2.6 million for his tanning salon solutions. I'd say that's definitely the Feds (FTC) "taking action". Wouldn't you think so? Unless you think 2 1/2 million dollars isn't that much of an "action".
So, the FDA hasn't taken any action.

Thanks.

The "action" was a warning letter for him to remove false claims from the vitamins, etc, he sells on his site. And guess what, he no longer has those false claims on his shopping site. I wonder what "action" caused that to happen...

The FDA has observed that your website offers “Liposomal Vitamin C,” “Liposomal Vitamin D3,” and “Quercetin and Pterostilbene Advanced” products for sale in the United States and that these products are intended to mitigate, prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure COVID-191 in people.

Guess what, the good Dr's shopping site no longer mentions anything about covid in regard to those products.

So yeah, the "action” was:

- He received a warning from the FDA to remove his false claims about his products he was shilling
- As a result of the warning "action" from the FDA, he removed all of the false claims about his products he's shilling

I would call that "action", otherwise he would still have all of the false claims about his products he's shilling - He doesn't anymore.

And, of course, there's the FTC "action" as well, that caused him to refund $2.6 million dollars for his tanning bed scheme.

So yeah, a lot of "action".
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Action80 on February 05, 2023, 07:02:44 PM »
Sorry, your FDA source has ZERO credibility.

If you wanted to just state your opinion you could have done that a few posts ago. It doesn't mean anything, being just an opinion and all, bereft of facts, but if you just want to talk about your feels, that's fine.
Your FDA hasn't been able to take any action on what you chose to use an attempted slur against the good doctor.

Typical.

Apparently, this isn't the good Dr. Mercola's first rodeo with the Feds.

2016:
Marketers of Indoor Tanning Systems to Pay Refunds to Consumers
Defendants Ran Ads Claiming That Indoor Tanning Is Safe, Doesn’t Increase the Risk of Skin Cancer
The Illinois-based marketers of Mercola-brand indoor tanning systems will pay refunds to consumers and will be permanently banned from marketing or selling indoor tanning systems, under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.

In the FTC’s complaint, which was filed in federal court, the Commission charged that Dr. Joseph Mercola and his two companies ran ads claiming that their indoor tanning systems are safe, that research proves indoor tanning does not increase the risk of melanoma skin cancer, and that their systems which deliver both ultraviolet (UV) light and red light can “reverse the appearance of aging.” The FTC’s complaint alleged that these claims are false, misleading, or unsubstantiated.

Finally, the defendants must pay refunds to consumers who bought Mercola brand indoor tanning systems between January 1, 2012 and the present. An FTC redress administrator will send refund eligibility notices and claim forms to these consumers. Purchasers who want a refund must return the claim form by the date stated in the letter. The defendants are required to pay a maximum of $5,334,067 to cover the cost of refunds and administration of the refund program.

Ultimately, he had to refund $2.6 million for his tanning salon solutions. I'd say that's definitely the Feds (FTC) "taking action". Wouldn't you think so? Unless you think 2 1/2 million dollars isn't that much of an "action".
So, the FDA hasn't taken any action.

Thanks.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by stack on February 05, 2023, 06:41:53 PM »
Sorry, your FDA source has ZERO credibility.

If you wanted to just state your opinion you could have done that a few posts ago. It doesn't mean anything, being just an opinion and all, bereft of facts, but if you just want to talk about your feels, that's fine.
Your FDA hasn't been able to take any action on what you chose to use an attempted slur against the good doctor.

Typical.

Apparently, this isn't the good Dr. Mercola's first rodeo with the Feds.

2016:
Marketers of Indoor Tanning Systems to Pay Refunds to Consumers
Defendants Ran Ads Claiming That Indoor Tanning Is Safe, Doesn’t Increase the Risk of Skin Cancer
The Illinois-based marketers of Mercola-brand indoor tanning systems will pay refunds to consumers and will be permanently banned from marketing or selling indoor tanning systems, under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.

In the FTC’s complaint, which was filed in federal court, the Commission charged that Dr. Joseph Mercola and his two companies ran ads claiming that their indoor tanning systems are safe, that research proves indoor tanning does not increase the risk of melanoma skin cancer, and that their systems which deliver both ultraviolet (UV) light and red light can “reverse the appearance of aging.” The FTC’s complaint alleged that these claims are false, misleading, or unsubstantiated.

Finally, the defendants must pay refunds to consumers who bought Mercola brand indoor tanning systems between January 1, 2012 and the present. An FTC redress administrator will send refund eligibility notices and claim forms to these consumers. Purchasers who want a refund must return the claim form by the date stated in the letter. The defendants are required to pay a maximum of $5,334,067 to cover the cost of refunds and administration of the refund program.

Ultimately, he had to refund $2.6 million for his tanning salon solutions. I'd say that's definitely the Feds (FTC) "taking action". Wouldn't you think so? Unless you think 2 1/2 million dollars isn't that much of an "action".
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by Action80 on February 05, 2023, 10:18:48 AM »
Sorry, your FDA source has ZERO credibility.

If you wanted to just state your opinion you could have done that a few posts ago. It doesn't mean anything, being just an opinion and all, bereft of facts, but if you just want to talk about your feels, that's fine.
Your FDA hasn't been able to take any action on what you chose to use an attempted slur against the good doctor.

Typical.
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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« Last post by stack on February 05, 2023, 09:50:20 AM »
Sorry, your FDA source has ZERO credibility.

If you wanted to just state your opinion you could have done that a few posts ago. It doesn't mean anything, being just an opinion and all, bereft of facts, but if you just want to talk about your feels, that's fine.