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In the video Dr Madej said when viewing the vax’s under a microscope she saw a “liquified computing system…something that can self-assemble…I felt it was ’self-aware’…” Which is super cool. I had no idea I got all of that and for free.

She seems to be the only person who has ever seen this so I guess no one else has ever looked at the vax’s under a microscope.

What I don’t get is that she was an invited guest speaker at Trump’s ‘Freedom Rally’ on January 6th. During her speech she said things like, “This is not your normal flu vaccine,” Madej said. “This is something totally different. This is a witches’ brew. I’ve never seen anything like this in science or medicine.”
“There’s many ways it can be taken up into our genome,” she continued. “So when this gets into the genome, if it’s permanent, guess what? You, as a human, can be patented and owned—look it up!


I wonder if it was weird for her to be saying all that stuff about the vaccines when Trump in the same breath was minutes earlier on the same dais touting Operation Warp Speed and getting the vax to Americans as well as himself. I can’t really see how that all squares. I guess any publicity is good publicity.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 18, 2021, 06:59:51 AM »
In the case of your five lawyers talking about the immediacy of landlord payment (a far cry from federal law regarding drug/vaccine regulatory disclosure turnarounds) kind of gave vague answers. I mean 2 weeks was not immediate enough to pay a landlord. What about one week? One day? One hour?

And So what regarding urgency? A real sense of urgency is defined as….? And defined by whom?
The FDA can define their sense of “urgency”. And they can cite case law as to “the reasonableness of the circumstances.”

Perhaps looking at the timelines of other approved drugs/vaccines by the FDA would give a sense as to what their normal turnaround is. Aka, what is their normal reasonableness of circumstances?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 18, 2021, 05:35:52 AM »
Five lawyers who think that a two week delay is not "immediately":

https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/is-there-a-legal-definition-of--immediately---2018777.html

Instead of going with your ambulance chasers, a bankruptcy lawyer, and a divorce lawyer, I'll go with actual case law:

So just in terms of dictionary definitions, immediately looks very much like promptly. And this similarity becomes more pronounced when you look at the caselaw, which indicates that just like promptly, immediately is subject to a reasonableness standard. Here are some representative cases:

- Dwoskin v. Rollins, Inc., 634 F.2d 285, 294 (5th Cir. 1981) (stating that “several Georgia cases arising in a variety of contexts suggest that immediate delivery means performance with reasonable diligence concerning the circumstances”).
- East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System v. Lexington Insurance Co., No. 6:04‑CV‑165, 2007 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 50613, at *19 n.10 (E.D. Tex. July 12, 2007) (“Texas courts interpret ‘as soon as practicable’ and ‘immediately’ to mean ‘within a reasonable time under the circumstances.'”).
- Briggs Ave, LLC v. Ins. Corp. of Hanover, 05 Civ. 4212, 2006 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 34854, at *14 N.3 (S.D.N.Y. May 30, 2006) (“In any event, there is little or no functional difference between terms like ‘immediately’ or ‘as soon as practicable’; whatever language a policy uses to limit the time for notice, the touchstone is always the same, reasonableness under the circumstances.”).
- Martinez v. Dist. 1199J Nat’l Union of Hosp. & Health Care Employees, 280 F. Supp. 2d 342, 353 (D.N.J. 2003) (“The Court finds that ‘immediately prior’ means that a reasonable amount of time would pass between eligibility for health coverage with the Fund and the start of unemployment.”).
- Sunshine Textile Services, Inc. v. American Employers’ Insurance Company, No. 4:CV-95-0699, 1997 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 22904, at *7 (M.D. Pa. May 12,1997) (“The requirement of notice ‘as soon as practicable’ or ‘immediately’ both prescribe notice within a reasonable amount of time under the circumstances after learning of the occurrence, taking into account the exercise of due diligence.”).

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 17, 2021, 10:59:36 PM »

Why has the FDA, weeks after the filing of a federal lawsuit, still not agreed to timely release this data?  Why does the FDA persist in delaying its release when even federal law states that, once licensed, the “data and information in the biological product file [for the licensed vaccine] are immediately available for public disclosure.”

Sure looks like the law definition of ‘immediately’ as referenced above has been applied by the FDA. In essence the Fed law you reference reads like this:

“data and information in the biological product file are available for public disclosure at such convenient time as is reasonably requisite for doing the thing.”

Or perhaps:

“data and information in the biological product file are available as soon as can be done for public disclosure.”

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 17, 2021, 06:07:12 PM »
Law definitions of 'immediately'

immediately
adv. 1) at once. 2) in orders of the court or in contracts it means "as soon as can be done" without excuse.

Immediately (law)
Courts have used immediately to mean "Promptly, with expedition, with reasonable haste consistent with fair business activity." 46 Am J1st Sales § 163.
Courts, looking at the substance of contracts and statutes, have, during the last two centuries, repeatedly declared that the word "immediately," although in strictness it excludes all meantimes, yet to make good the deeds and intents of the parties, it shall be construed "such convenient time as is reasonably requisite for doing the thing." Anno: 16 ALR 609.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immediately_(law)

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 17, 2021, 01:03:00 AM »
Incorrect. That's talking about the FIOA request which said that the request was urgent. The FDA acknowledged that they had the information, but claimed it wasn't urgent.

They determined that whatever the request was, was not urgent. Regardless of whether they had "information" or not. Just that a request was not deemed to be actionable.
It's your interpretation that they have stuff they are "withholding" from you. Just because you ask for something doesn't mean you will get it in the timeframe you asked for it. Are you a lawyer, an expert? Is your interpretation founded on your expertise in the matter?

Again, one lawyer says they should get X. Another lawyer says not in your timeframe. Who is right? Which lawyer? Are you equipped to say who is right?

This is not a claim that they didn't violate the specific law referenced. This is separate issue entirely. There is a federal law that states that it must be immediately available upon licensing. It is referenced in the lawsuit as well. Is there a specific response to this law by the FDA?

No, there is not. You are unable to even find a denial on this matter.

Did you look into the link I sent you regarding FDA Regulations? And how there are caveats regarding disseminating their findings? Subsequent to "immediately available upon licensing." There's a whole bunch of stuff around proprietary info, disclosures, etc. Again, you cherry pick one line in a regulatory document and leave out a whole host of context around it.

As evidenced by all of your other efforts to assert affidavits as proof of something, you're batting about .000%.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 17, 2021, 12:30:35 AM »
The lawyer says that they violated federal law by not releasing it right here:

https://aaronsiri.substack.com/p/scientists-sue-the-fda-for-data-it

Why has the FDA, weeks after the filing of a federal lawsuit, still not agreed to timely release this data?  Why does the FDA persist in delaying its release when even federal law states that, once licensed, the “data and information in the biological product file [for the licensed vaccine] are immediately available for public disclosure.

Where did the FDA claim that they were not in violation of the law on this matter?

What's the definition of immediate?

And the lawyer for the FDA says, "I have determined that your request for expedited processing does not meet the criteria under the FOIA. You have not demonstrated a compelling need that involves an imminent threat to the life or physical safety of an individual. Neither have you demonstrated that there exists an urgency to inform the public concerning actual or alleged Federal Government activity. Therefore, I am denying your request for expedited processing."

This above taken from your affidavit.

So one lawyer says "they violated federal law by not releasing it", and the FDA lawyer(s) say bollocks to that.

So what's your point? Why does your lawyer have more credibility in your eyes as opposed to the FDA lawyer(s)? And in answering that question, who are you to answer it? Are you a lawyer? Are you expert in FDA laws and regulations? Why are you interpreting one way or the other in this case? What expertise do you bring to the table?

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: How to explain Midnight sun/No sun?
« on: October 17, 2021, 12:19:58 AM »
When your looking across the earth you cannot see the sun or other Low Altitude objects because of distance, perspective, and atmospheric interference.  Thats why some stars cannot be seen in the south from the north and vice versa.

If this were the case, how come I can see a sun set below the horizon?

I just moved a flashlight slowly away from this dome as I looked through it, and sure enough I saw a perfect sunset.  When I removed the dome, I could see the flash light again. 

If you think moving a flashlight over an upside down glass bowl represents the complexity of the cosmos, have at it.


You seem to be looking through some sort of dome on your mousepad from space. Not from earth.

I know I haven't been able to look through the dome and work everything out yet...  But I think the potential is there.

Explore the potential. There are other potentials to explore. Go to a University space telescope set up. Talk to the astrophysicists about theory, observation, and facts. Pick their brains. Look through their equipment, etc. Dive in. It's wondrous what we know and don't know, but surmise.

Relinquish your bias that there is a "dome". There might not be. Maybe there is one. Talk to people who have explored all these notions and more rather than flipping a bowl onto to your mousepad and blasting it with a flashlight..


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 17, 2021, 12:09:08 AM »
The group's lawyer says that according to federal law it was supposed to be released immediately. Are you a lawyer? Are you a legal expert? He is.

And an FDA lawyer wrote back saying that the request to expedite was unfounded. Lawyer v Lawyer, two experts in law. I'm sure the lawyers, experts, will work this out.

The FOIA and the request to expedite is good that they made those requests, but irrelevant to the point that it was supposed to have been immediately released when the application was approved. It wasn't. The FDA is withholding safety data from the public in violation of federal law.

According to the lawyer who submitted the FOIA. According to the lawyer from the FDA who responded to the request, s/he/them deemed the request for expedition did not qualify under their own regulations. What makes your lawyer's interpretation more worthwhile than the FDA's lawyers? Are you in an interpretive position to say that the FDA is withholding safety data from the public in violation of federal law?  I think not as you are not an expert.

I would leave this up to the courts to decide.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: How to explain Midnight sun/No sun?
« on: October 16, 2021, 11:10:46 PM »
When your looking across the earth you cannot see the sun or other Low Altitude objects because of distance, perspective, and atmospheric interference.  Thats why some stars cannot be seen in the south from the north and vice versa.

If this were the case, how come I can see a sun set below the horizon?

However, looking through a glass dome, you can see high altitude stars more clearly from the edges of the earth then at its center... See example:



You seem to be looking through some sort of dome on your mousepad from space. Not from earth.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 16, 2021, 11:01:36 PM »
The group's lawyer says that according to federal law it was supposed to be released immediately. Are you a lawyer? Are you a legal expert? He is.

And an FDA lawyer wrote back saying that the request to expedite was unfounded. Lawyer v Lawyer, two experts in law. I'm sure the lawyers, experts, will work this out.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 16, 2021, 07:10:32 PM »
Per the legal complaint, the FDA did not refuse to provide information, they refused to expedite the FOIA request. Massive difference there.
Which is an admission that they have not released it to the public and that the FDA was working against public disclosure. Why wasn't it released to the public on day one? If it wasn't released it means that the FDA was working against public disclosure and still is.

How is it an "admission" of anything? Isn't that rather speculative on your part. Are you an expert in FDA approval policies and procedures?

The FDA denied the expedition, not the overall request. Perhaps the FDA has a whole system around how and when they publish. And perhaps this request for expedited info doesn't fall into the system (Regs) that warrants expedited anything. I have no idea, neither do you, so it seems presumptuous on your part to claim that the FDA is doing something untoward because they are not meeting an arbitrary timeline set by an arbitrary request.

Where does the case stand now? The filing was a month ago.

Also, if interested, you can search the FDA regulations pretty easily:

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/CFRSearch.cfm

There's a lot more to C.F.R. § 601.51 (and elsewhere in the Regs) than is mentioned in the filing regarding immediacy, data, disclosure, etc.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 14, 2021, 05:53:05 PM »
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

True. So what about this:

It is a fact unvaxxed national guard will replace unvaxxed health care workers.

Where's your extraordinary evidence for your extraordinary claim?
I have posted that evidence.

There is ZERO evidence any virus is more easily spread in a hospital.

You are just another conspiracy theorist cosigning for a conspiracy theorist.

What evidence did you post that says, "It is a fact unvaxxed national guard will replace unvaxxed health care workers."? Are you referring to the Jimmy Dore comedy bit as evidence? If so, that's hilarious. Not Jimmy Dore, you using him as evidence.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 14, 2021, 05:09:01 AM »
COVID may not kill many young people but it killed more American’s than anything else last month:

https://abcnews.go.com/amp/Health/live-updates/covid-delta-surge/?id=80516253&__twitter_impression=true&s=09

Yet you have been shown numerous times that they are counting people who died "with" Covid and not of Covid, unlike previous diseases. Your argument is completely illegitimate.

Here's an interesting one. Rumor has it that the famous Biblical Flat Earther and anti-vaxxer Rob Skiba has passed away. He, as rumored, had covid, developed pneumonia, put on Remdesivir. After a few days he was taken off of Remdesivir, put on a ventilator and placed in a medically-induced coma.  He had been in a coma for the last 40 days. Had a heart attack and died. Again, all rumor.

If all of that is true, the question is whether his is a Covid death or not? More specifically, should it be counted in the Covid death count?

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90 year old Shat looks a little scared and not so agile. He is 90 after all. Here's some footage:


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Literally zero footage of Shatner. How am I supposed to believe he went to space?


All you get is an interview with him standing some distance from the supposed launch vehicle. He's an actor (granted not a very good one). I get that he can memorise what to say. Where was the space flight footage?

Patience. When footage inside the capsule is posted, what will you say then?

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^Has no response to facts.

No.  I don't want to clean up your digital mess is all.

Fact is, Kyle admitted to buying a firearm with stimulus money.  Since he was under 18, that is illegal in both WI and IL.
He didn't buy the firearm.

End of story.

"In early May, 2020, Black (Kyle's friend) bought a Smith & Wesson for Rittenhouse at an Ace Hardware in northwestern Wisconsin, using money that Rittenhouse had given him."

His 19 year old friend is charged with buying it for Kyle and transferring it to him.
Transferring ownership cannot be accomplished, period. And the friend was 18 when he bought the firearm. No crime was committed. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/11/10/kyle-rittenhouse-friend-charged-bought-him-gun-kenosha-shooting/6231407002/ "...Black signed paperwork indicating he was buying the rifle for himself." That is the end of it.

Whatever is in writing is all that can be proven. Period.

Apparently you're a lawyer now?

"Black’s stepfather insisted that the rifle be kept in a locked safe at his house in Kenosha. (Black, who faces felony charges related to having provided a weapon used in homicides, declined to comment, and his stepfather couldn’t be reached.)"

Here's a super long, but extremely comprehensive examination of the case. Well worth the read. (Quotes above from the article) What a mess...

Kyle Rittenhouse, American Vigilante
After he killed two people in Kenosha, opportunists turned his case into a polarizing spectacle.
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/07/05/kyle-rittenhouse-american-vigilante


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Coronavirus Vaccine and You
« on: October 13, 2021, 07:14:28 PM »
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

True. So what about this:

It is a fact unvaxxed national guard will replace unvaxxed health care workers.

Where's your extraordinary evidence for your extraordinary claim?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: October 09, 2021, 06:07:05 PM »
Quote from: stack
Where's the evidence that duplicates were counted?

The evidence is that he had access to the people who were assessing the election materials and computers and you did not.

Quote from: stack
How come Bennet's "suggestions" didn't make it into the Ninja's report?

Cyber Ninja did put it into the report, and says that these sort of discrepancies add ambiguity into the conclusion:

https://c692f527-da75-4c86-b5d1-8b3d5d4d5b43.filesusr.com/ugd/2f3470_a91b5cd3655445b498f9acc63db35afd.pdf



Hmmm, no mention of duplicates counted. Go figure.

Maybe you should watch Dr. Shiva's presentation again. He identified duplicates that the Maricopa County did not identify and report. You are claiming that the county did not count duplicates that they did not know about.

I have watched it, several times.

Duplicates, right? "Duplicates" not counted in the canvass, right? "Duplicate" images of what? Duplicate images of ballots? No, "duplicate" images of the envelopes.

Dr. Shiva at about 4:45: "Today...I'm going to be sharing with you a particular area that we looked at which was looking at the early election voting ballot return envelope images..."

"The bulk of Ayyadurai’s (Dr. Shiva) presentation was devoted to the issue of duplicate ballot envelopes. But he displayed a fundamental misunderstanding of what a duplicate ballot image actually meant, declaring to Fann and Senate Judiciary Chairman Warren Petersen, “Each of these voters submitted two ballots.”

That is blatantly false.
"

Continuing...

"What Ayyadurai (Dr. Shiva) referred to as duplicate images appeared to refer to multiple ballot envelope images for the same voter. That generally occurs when two images are made of the same ballot envelope, which most often happens when there is a question or issue with a particular envelope.

When election workers verify signatures on ballot envelopes, they look solely at digital images of the box on the envelope where voters are instructed to affix their signatures. If they can’t verify the signature, or if there is no signature, they physically examine the paper envelope for further verification. If election workers are unable to verify a signature but are able to cure it by contacting a voter, that same envelope is re-scanned after being stamped for approval. If there’s no signature, voters can come into the Elections Department to sign it in person
."
https://www.azmirror.com/2021/10/01/audit-expert-shiva-ayyadurai-didnt-understand-election-procedures-he-made-a-number-of-false-signature-claims/

Duplicate envelope images does not mean duplicate ballots, i.e., duplicate votes. Since duplicate envelope images aren't considered "duplicate ballots" as defined by election vote counting procedures, they obviously wouldn't be counted as "duplicate" ballots in the canvass report.

It would have been a good thing for Dr. Shiva to have boned up on how ballot count procedures actually work. You know, the difference between envelope images versus actual ballots.

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Suggestions & Concerns / Re: Abusive DMs
« on: October 08, 2021, 09:24:13 PM »
You might be able to do something with this as sort of a clunky workaround:

You'd have to create a "buddy" list. Not sure how to do that.
He doesn't want to. He wants someone to use moderator powers on the perpetrator. Its not a stop to the messages he wants. It is revenge.

"Revenge"? Really? Isn't that a taste heavy-handed?

There are several ways to handle it.

- Delete on sight before reading
- Put them on ignore
- Create a PM buddy list thing, however that works
- Update SMF to have an "Ignore" list just for PM's and nothing else
- Have a rule and a reporting to Mod avenue for some sort of intervention which could be as heavy-handed as a warning or as light as suggestion like, "WTF is your problem?"

Each has their pluses and minuses. For example, the last one may sort of stop the asshole from doing so to more than one individual. But then places the burden on mods to have to make a call and intervene, etc.

Delete on sight works, but you have to delete the email too which shows the content in the preview window. And for me, in my email client, I can't see which user it's from until I click on it and it loads into the preview window.

Buddy list may be useful, but then it of course excludes anyone not on it.

Probably a module out there or maybe just a few snips of php to set up a PM ignore list, don't know, but requires effort.

But revenge, no. Just sanity.


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