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  1. Rofl. You know better Abs. Why not talk about some Tristan and see if you can get some support on a few things. Unless you have a better theory now.
  2. You've got a fan on AE I assume character assault and damage control in advance is going to be on the menu. Anyways, John always though highly of you, he'd probably appreciate some talk from time to time. Be careful, I wouldn't show many cards for now. And best wishes.
  3. Oh I agree with vaccines causing a lot of trouble, and not a big fan. I declined them for my own kids for example. With Ebola, if something is there to either increase the death rates, or potentially spread it faster, vaccines are obviously a possible way to do this. But to have an actual guy with boots on the ground, and a leading authority point it out is certainly intriguing. It does not mean one has to be an officially recognized authority, but for people trying to stop researchers or investigators, it certainly makes it harder to be discredited by the agenda based. For the current outbreak, there were also some water rights disputes, and water supply "tampering" that seemed promising as well, but I couldn't find the needle in the haystack to "prove" much of anything. Something may be there too.
  4. I've been trying to find some "proof" of misdoing that cannot be denied, best thing I've found is an increase in death rates after vaccine administration in a medical source that was the authority of an outbreak in the 70's. They had a pre vaccine death rate, an increase after that after a vaccine was administered, and a further increase after vaccine was completed. Pre-during-post data. Read pages 114-115 http://www.enivd.de/EBOLA/pdf/ebola-hires.pdf Typhoid vaccine was the culprit. Dr. Van Nieuwenhove is a name you may want to look for. "In Sudan the death rate for hospitalized patients went up from 25% in August, to 44,6% in September and 70% in October. The vaccination campaign was started on the 25th of September, I find such a rise in death rate very strange."
  5. I'm trying to keep tabs of almost everything long term. But this should of been a little more obvious I would think? But it is still a good starting point as far as risk is concerned, but I wanted to point out how elementary it is in understanding as well, limited data. More works needs to be done for longer a duration.
  6. Thought you guys may like to see some of the details studying Ebola, the actual journal and stats for it being found in semen of surviving males. http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1511410 Looks like they had a 100 sample size (93 "donators"), so that's pretty good as far as a early study. Should be able to catch a decent range with that many participants, but they lack long term results. For all we know things can pop up years later but it is a start. A total of 93 participants provided an initial semen sample for analysis. Of whom 46 (49%) had positive results. 9 of the men's samples were from 2-3 months after Ebola symptoms started and all 9 100% were positive in semen analysis. 26 out of 40 (65%) of men who had samples taken from 4 to 6 months after symptoms tested positive. 11 out of 43 (26%) of men who had samples ranging from 7 to 9 months tested positive. 1 sample only taken at 10 months, it was Indeterminate. http://i.imgur.com/66oTDFo.jpg http://i.imgur.com/9aDupBG.jpg
  7. Looks like they are making a movie! Stanford prison experiment is just as chilling as the real thing. http://nypost.com/2015/07/15/stanford-prison-experiment-is-just-as-chilling-as-the-real-thing “The Stanford Prison Experiment,” from director Kyle Patrick Alvarez (“C.O.G.”), chronicles the 1971 experiment designed to test the effects of institutional depersonalization. Randomly assigning 24 students to play prisoners or guards, it was intended to last two weeks but shut down after only six days. Billy Crudup, in wide-collar suits and sideburns, plays study leader Dr. Philip Zimbardo, so involved he doesn’t realize when the study’s going off the rails. Olivia Thirlby is his psych student-turned-girlfriend, who does.
  8. Welcome to all our new members!

    This place is coming together quickly. Looks nice around here.
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