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oH I dIdN't know that exists! Jokes aside, I meant FE'ers reviewing the videos and what they think is "wrong about it".

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videos to FE'ers to prove our round earth and see what they think. I'm not too sure if this has been done before.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: May 26, 2020, 01:32:47 PM »
Guys we've found the Karen.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: May 16, 2020, 03:16:38 AM »
Which trumpet is the best type? I'm trying to find one for music practice.

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: A flaw with the Flat Earth model?
« on: May 16, 2020, 03:03:40 AM »
Before I continue further, do you believe that the Hubble Telescope is fake or it doesn't do what it is supposed to do?

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Flat Earth Investigations / Re: A flaw with the Flat Earth model?
« on: May 16, 2020, 02:54:37 AM »
Without any obstacles, of course the Hubble would still move forward, explained by Newton's 1st Law. Straight-line trajectory is commonly seen with robotics, which is part of science.

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Flat Earth Community / Re: Should we have a section on Religion?
« on: May 16, 2020, 02:51:39 AM »
Very outlandish but we need to have a "Free Cookie (Take 1)" section for all the hungry people. I'm pretty sure cookies are in the Bible so maybe this isn't so weird.

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And this wouldn't be called as a "successful treatment" if it is only one case, you would have to prove this in other cases because it is possible that the treatment wasn't successful. And like JSS says with his palm example, just because it kills viruses in a test tube, it doesn't mean that inhaling it in our body will treat it. We'll just have to wait for the vaccine and also follow social distancing orders.

Woah, who said anything about inhaling vitamin C?

Regardless whether it directly treats COVID, or any other virus, it will not harm you with a typical dose, and will help your immune system.

I agree with your assessment here and I didn't mean to "inhale Vitamin C (my bad for not explaining myself as clear as possible)" :) because there have been studies that it can boost the immune system; I don't agree with people who claim that it will treat with pandemics despite no fully assessed- evidence. Like Kenneth Copeland claiming that praying with him will get rid of the coronavirus.

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And this wouldn't be called as a "successful treatment" if it is only one case, you would have to prove this in other cases because it is possible that the treatment wasn't successful. And like JSS says with his palm example, just because it kills viruses in a test tube, it doesn't mean that inhaling it in our body will treat it. We'll just have to wait for the vaccine and also follow social distancing orders.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: May 13, 2020, 05:32:43 PM »
This is a double-edged sword.... If Trump dies (and I would never hope for anyone's death, not even Trumps), then we are stuck with Pence, and I honestly don't know which is the lesser evil here.... although maybe Pence has less chance of being re-elected than Trump does.

No guarantee with how lax they have been that he won't catch it too. His 'no masks' policy very well may come back to bite him. 

Pence would certainly be more effective at pushing policies I don't like.  But wouldn't be encouraging fucking Nazis to march on American soil, so that would be a plus at least.

Yeah and we're going to have a bunch of Coronavirus Protesters that are "protesting the virus". How do you protest a virus, wtf?! It's not just going to go away.

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Please learn to understand how quotes work.
No.


Naah I'm kidding. I should have just pressed reply.

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So no hard data, just trials and anecdotes. Got it.

It says that American doctors just started using this for COVID-19 very recently. You want them to do a trial in a week? Sounds like trolling to me.

I wasn’t expecting anything. You said it’s being used to fight COVID but that isn’t true. They are hoping it will fight COVID, but the truth is they don’t know. So all we have is a trial and some anecdotes. Got it?

Hello Ramaset! How am I strawmanning this argument? I'm presenting an article showing why Vitamin C isn't an "effective tReAtMeNt" yet I'm being accused of it.

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I meant treatment. Excuse me. ::)

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On the side note, taking a bit of Vitamin C doesn't cause any side effects, taking megadoses such as in countries like China could cause side-effects like cramping; taking Vitamin C doesn't prevent or really treat the coronavirus.


https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/coronavirus-resource-center

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Oh, excuse me. TREAT. Still, if you haven't brought the "rEpRiNt", there isn't one and this is an original article. Vitamin isn't the best to treat the coronavirus. Snopes writes that "Intravenous application of vitamin C will result in much higher and faster levels of the vitamin in the blood than any amount found in vitamin C supplements taken orally. Though this approach could increase vitamin C’s mild protective effect, this is yet hypothetical and intravenous injection comes with its own risks, such as infection, blood vessel damage, air embolism or blood clots./
So although vitamin C does have some small effect on the common cold, it’s unlikely that taking large amounts of vitamin C supplements will cure a COVID-19 infection – or have a large effect at all."
This doesn't sound like a successful treatment.

I'll provide you another article...

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Just in case you didn't know this is the title: Coronavirus Successfully Treated by Vitamin C

As much I don't like to call mean things to people, if you cannot comprehend what has been explained to you that has been obvious, you are analytically illiterate.

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Why would you promote the idea of a curefor any viral infection?

Because isn't that the TOPIC of this forum?  ;) ::)

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First, snopes didn't write one of the articles...it is a reprint...

Within the preface it states: "it does not, however, represent the work of Snopes fact-checkers or editors..."

The same article links to other sources stating that claims of curing coronavirus by taking vitamin C are false...

The whole trouble is the only thing you find when you do a search about this topic you find articles claiming it WON'T!

So, it is a strawman to claim there was anything there about curing coronavirus with vitamin C to begin with.

The words treatment and prevention does not = cure.

These are your words. Why are you asking me to contact Snopes when you claimed that the article was a reprint. Plus, I'm not spreading misinformation about Vitamin C and the Coronavirus; in fact, there are other articles that report this and this article provides sources and evidence why Vitamin C does not prevent or treat the Coronavirus. I'll be glad to show you articles that are not from a meth head who made conspiracy theories in less than 5 seconds


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First of all, if this article is a reprint, where is the original(reply to the url link)? Second of all, if you try to find the article to support your belief about curing the coronavirus and it doesn't exist or is false, it is probably fake.
You provided the snopes info...ask them where the link is.

YOU'RE the one who said that this article is a reprint and I am asking you that if this article is a reprint (it's most likely not), provide me the link. I did provide Snopes information about the coronavirus and Vitamin C but since your claim was that this article was a reprint, I want to see the link.

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First of all, if this article is a reprint, where is the original(reply to the url link)? Second of all, if you try to find the article to support your belief about curing the coronavirus and it doesn't exist or is false, it is probably fake.

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