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 No.113[Reply]

I know all about the ACE2 receptor phenomena with this virus. It's actually much worse than you think.

https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/202002.0407/v3/download

When the virus binds to ACE2 receptors, it mimics the normal function of Ang II, which ACE2 receptors are supposed to down-regulate. This leaves excess circulating Ang II in the tissues, which creates a whole lot of fucking inflammation, enough to basically destroy a lung. The autoimmune reactions are huge. Your own inflammatory response does more to attack the tissues than the virus does.

With ADE, normally, like in Dengue, you have to get two different strains for the second one to fuck you, because the incomplete antibody response due to the faulty memory B cell antigen experience means that the virions are carted off to the Fc receptors where they start to infect your immune system, and then the Dengue fucks you to death. If SARS-CoV-2 can do this with the same strain and the same infection, that's really, really, incredibly fucked, because it means immunity is difficult or even impossible to develop. I've heard that they've cured some people with serum antibodies, so it's possible that at least some people have good antibody responses. I've also heard of people relapsing with the disease, which is not encouraging at all.

I've been trying to tell people for fucking weeks, this thing can have serious neurological consequences. SARS-CoV-2 can attack the medulla of the brain stem and the blood vessels of the brain. It can cause viral encephalitis and make people to collapse to the ground with abnormal posturing like drowning victims.

https://i.4cdn.org/pol/1585628928272.webm

When they tested SARS-CoV on hACE2 transgenic mice with human ACE2 receptors in their cells, they found it could enter the olfactory bulb and pass through the cribriform plate, just like naegleria fowleri amoeba, and from there, it could enter the brain and brain stem. Lights out.


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 No.112[Reply]

Do we need to prepare for civil unrest?


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 No.111[Reply]

Which is the bigger happening?


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 No.110[Reply]

Busted


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 No.109[Reply]

The U.S. may end up with the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the industrialized world. This is how it's going to play out.

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/03/how-will-coronavirus-end/608719/


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 No.106[Reply]

There is a lot of evidence that propylene glycol (one of the main ingredients in e-cigarette liquids) has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties in aerosol form. Below is a list of studies I cited in the 2017 book on e-cigarettes that I wrote together with other colleagues:

http://www.ecigarette-research.org/research/index.php/whats-new/2020/278-corona

 No.107

“There is considerable evidence that glycol vapors produce significant decreases in numbers of viable airborne bacteria under relatively wide conditions of relative humidity and temperature when properly and continuously dispensed by a vaporizing device so as to maintain suitable concentrations in the air of enclosed spaces,” says an archived EPA document titled “Efficacy Data and Labeling Requirements: Air Sanitizers.”

https://vaping360.com/vape-news/89213/vaping-and-coronavirus-what-we-know-and-what-we-dont/


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 No.102[Reply]

The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. How you respond to the outbreak can depend on your background, the things that make you different from other people, and the community you live in.

People who may respond more strongly to the stress of a crisis include…

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html


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 No.103[Reply]

So I thought I would throw up a little history lesson for everyone on both sides of the political divide. I think it’s important that we understand the truth, especially come November when it’s time to vote. Forgive the length. But, hey we all have time on our hands to read, right?

In December 2013, an 18-month-old boy in Guinea was bitten by a bat. Then there were five more fatal cases. When Ebola spread out of the Guinea borders into neighboring Liberia and Sierra Leone in July 2014, President Obama activated the Emergency Operations Center at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. The CDC immediately deployed CDC personnel to West Africa to coordinate a response that included vector tracing, testing, education, logistics and communication.

Altogether, the CDC, under President Obama, trained 24,655 medical workers in West Africa, educating them on how to prevent and control the disease before a single case left Africa or reached the U.S.

Working with the U.N. and the World Health Organization President Obama ordered the re-routing of travelers heading to the U.S. through certain specific airports equipped to handle mass testing.

Back home in America, more than 6,500 people were trained through mock outbreaks and practice scenarios. That was done before a single case hit America.

Three months after President Obama activated this unprecedented response, on September 30, 2014, we got our first case in the U.S.. That man had traveled from West Africa to Dallas, Texas and had somehow slipped through the testing protocol. He was immediately detected and isolated. He died a week later. Two nurses who tended to him contracted Ebola and later recovered. All the protocols had worked. It was contained.

The Ebola epidemic could have easily become a pandemic. But thanks to the actions of our government under Obama, it never did. Those three cases were the ONLY cases of ebola in our country because Obama did what needed to be done three months before the first case.

Ebola is even more contagious than Covid-19. If he Obama not done these things, millions of Americans would have died awful painful deaths like something out of a horror movie (if you’ve ever seen how Ebola kills, it’s horrific).
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 No.99[Reply]

How Coronavirus Quarantines Lead To A Drop In Air Pollution

As coronavirus quickly spreads around the world, the virus is forcing people to stay put. People aren't driving or flying, leading to a massive reduction in air pollution, most notably in China, but also in Italy, the U.S. and other hard-hit areas that have implemented directives to stay home.


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 No.96[Reply]

Ok, at first this so outlandish, the claim that the Corona Virus panic is entirely manufactured, that there is in fact no virus, and that all off this is a bogus sham for various purposes (world domination, population control, keks). I thought, it’s just impossible, it’s too big of a conspiracy, this isn’t like Sandy Hook, it’s the entire fucking world. This was my thinking up until a couple of weeks ago, but, I’m starting to wonder.

So here are my top 3 reasons for not believing it (in no particular order)

>1) no one I know has died, and no one I know has posted anything (on FB for example) about someone they know having died from the Virus. I know a lot of people too and I’m in the middle of the hot spot statistically for my country. So how come? No one I know has reported even having it, let alone a death in their family.


>2) if there is a pandemic happening how come I never see anyone cough on the street? Like nothing, zero, zilch, nada, squadoooosh! The only person I hear coughing is my idiot blue haired feminist neighbour, but she’s getting stoned by hitting her bong so that doesn’t count. But when I am out not so much as a Tini-tiny little couf is heard from anyone around me. How can this be possible? I don’t ride transit but I walk the dog enough and I am serious, no one is sick not even the crack-heads.


>3) Now this is the strangest one, why are so many famous people getting it? Specifically Boris Johnson, you’re telling me that the PM of one of the most powerful countries on Earth contracted this virus? Seems dubious to me, first he has a potential staff of thousands to do things like sanitizing surfaces, everyone in his circle must be being tested, shouldn’t he already be on chloroquine? I feel like this one is a big red flag, the elite always try to humanize their hoax cause that’s the way normies think, remember the calls home from the planes on 9/11, like that, pulls on your heart strings.

 No.97

Now, let me tell you why the Shanghai Shivers ain't shit, just a bad cold. Because the normal flu will kill children and babies. The Ching Chong Cough never does. There are 3 world wide coronaviruses in circulation, and they have been since forever, they just give you the cold. Give the Kung Flu a few mutations and it will be just as harmless as the 3 others.Not even the flu, just a dry cough.

So I just read a danish article that refers to an italian study. The average age of 2500 dead of the coronavirus in Italy was 79,5 years old. The life expectancy in Denmark is 80 and for men it's 79. Mostly men get infected in Denmark. In Denmark they keep telling us we don't want to see italian circumstances in Denmark. We literally closed Denmark down to stop old people from dying who statistically already lived longer then the average dane. What a fucking joke.

If you have an extremely dry forest, it's best to start the forest fire yourself then to wait for nature to do it, because nature will only make it worse. If you have a lot of snow on a mountain, it's best to start the avalanche yourself, then wait for nature to do it.

People do both of these things, starts forest fires and starts avalanches preemptively so you have small forest fires and avalanches, rather then to wait for nature solving it more violently,

If you have a healthcare system that insists on keeping every single old fuck alive as long as possible at every cost. Then it's just a matter of time before nature comes in with a harmless but novel virus that kills all the old fucks. If most of these old fucks had died 2 years earlier rather then be kept alive through a government funded healthcare system, you wouldn't have such a mortality rate in Italy which have one of the oldest populations in the world.

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Nice shitposting!


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