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Saturday, October 06, 2012


Michael Simpson

What's annoying is that the commenter Ron Law denigrates the term "theory" as if it was some random guess. I would have pointed out that a scientific theory, as in the "theory of herd immunity" is a well-substantiated explanation of immunity and is based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment. I don't think it's a formal biological theory like evolution, germ theory and cell theory, but it's up there.

Nevertheless, it is well-established, and Krebiozen describes it scientifically.


What a lot of people fail to understand is that a vaccine isn't permanent protection. Nurses have lose their jobs because they wouldn't be vaccinated. The argument is that they can risk infecting others. Where are the tests and trails to show how effective vaccines are long term? Forcing someone to be vaccinated and have possibly long term health problems from it is a violation of human rights.

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