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  • Posted by mccannon01 2 months ago
    The best line towards the end of the article: "Anthony Fauci is beginning to realize he’s that lab rat."

    Referring to Fauci as "quadruple-vaxed-double-masked oracle of nonsense" is priceless!
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 2 months ago
    I keep getting inquiries from that Class Action lawsuit regarding Camp LaJuene. I was never anywhere near CL. I don't know where my darling X2 was because he was always deploying for some exotic spot like Korea and VN and Germany all the time. The only child I had with him was born at Ft Polk, La. They keep telling me my award of $59,000 is ready. He had 3 children from an earlier marriage (his wife was killed in an auto accident). I alerted his daughter (a registered nurse) and his son (who has skin cancers) and the daughter is checking it out. I happen to know he went places without written orders. He was SOG. How long do they keep up this search for survivors. They fill up my email. I do recall hearing him call Camp LaJeune "Swamp Lagoon.". But I spent no time at all in N. Carolina. He was at Ft Bragg going thru the JFK School. Wasn't that Green Beanies? He was a linguist, taught demolitions, land navigation, etc.
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    • Posted by 25n56il4 2 months ago
      All three of his children were born in N. Carolina and one daughter died at a young age. The other daughter was born with a kidney defect. The son has numerous skin cancers. I think they are survivors of this polluted water thing.
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  • Posted by $ Commander 2 months ago
    This was published 10 years ago: NIH (Readily available for assessment for whomever looked) To not research is malpractice.
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...

    Infectious influenza was recovered in all aerosol fractions (5.0% in >4 µm aerodynamic diameter, 75.5% in 1–4 µm, and 19.5% in <1 µm; n = 5). Tightly sealing a mask to the face blocked entry of 94.5% of total virus and 94.8% of infectious virus (n = 3). A tightly sealed respirator blocked 99.8% of total virus and 99.6% of infectious virus (n = 3). A poorly fitted respirator blocked 64.5% of total virus and 66.5% of infectious virus (n = 3). A mask documented to be loosely fitting by a PortaCount fit tester, to simulate how masks are worn by healthcare workers, blocked entry of 68.5% of total virus and 56.6% of infectious virus (n = 2).
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    • Posted by $ kddr22 2 months ago
      This is true is looking over shorter periods of time, eg going into a room and than leaving but the data from other studies show there is a time limiting factor of about 20min.. They were never meant to wear all day. A closer view of the RCT study from Bangladesh showed they are much more effective at protecting the indiviual for a short period of time, they do not stop transmission( good discussion on Dr Attia podcast with Dr. M. Ganhdi, and Dr Markay)
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      • Posted by $ Commander 2 months ago
        My first hand experience was as a first responder, specifically, nuclear decontamination, ancillary, bio-chem decontamination. We wore P3 respirators (full face), bio suits, sealed with tapes at wrist, ankle and face. P3 was designate as we did not know the probabilities of oils in possible contaminants. In the event of bio-chem we were instructed to change cartridges to ones with some sort of reagent. Worst case, we were instructed that we may need to be fully suited for more than 12 hours, regardless the discomfort, mostly due to ambient temperatures above 90 degrees.
        In a "waiting" mode we sat and breathed deeply and slowly to conserve energy and our PPE.

        This was 1987. I wish I had access to the USAF/DOD tech orders we read as instruction.
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        • Posted by $ kddr22 2 months ago
          would love to see those studies !
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          • Posted by $ Commander 2 months ago
            Me too.
            We operated under Technical Orders. These are the published methods and practices for military actions on every aspect of training and deployment. Every discipline has non-conflicting rules of action and interaction. The written Order supersedes all verbal Orders that may conflict.
            When my Uncle retired from the Navy he held the rank of Captain (1977). His position was Assistant Director Of Naval Flight Training (number two guy). Director was Admiralty. He had held the rank for at least six years, as he had been passed over for Admiralty 3 times. 1946 to 1952 he served enlisted USMC. 1952 to 1977 as Commissioned USN fighter jock. I was able to look at his historical records, at my leisure, from mid 81 to 82. There were records dating back to the 40's.

            So, regarding "studies", of nuclear/biological/chemical disciplines, they probably had an increased importance post-WWII. My Uncle's history only expresses a methodology of increased experience in a given discipline. If we lose the history of development, we lose the "Why" of the present.
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