No PCR - No Crisis by zyxzevn in Coronavirus

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There are also some other fake tests being used.
It is clear that a lot of this "epidemic" is based on fake tests and fake science.

Doug Kramer Grew Up with Scientology and Escaped at 33 (1:13:48) ~ Eric Hunley by JasonCarswell in Gaslighting

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Friend of mine got into Scientology many years ago.
It is very much like a religion, based on aliens.
The recruiters use techniques that make curious people aware of the spiritual, which is then explained to them in a weird way.

Woman Infected with Covid Commits Suicide After She Finding Out She Has Spread The Disease To Her Daughter and Husband by format in WorldNews

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99.98% chance of survival. Even if not treated by the censored medicine.

The SolarWinds Hack, The Takeover Of The US & The Final Stage Of The War On You by zyxzevn in Hacking

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Partially about the Solarwinds hack.
Mirror
Sources

Israel is taking over the US security industry and US intelligence.

“Q Anon” May Have Been an FBI Psyop - Global Research by zyxzevn in conspiracy

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Related:
Welcome To Cass Sunstein's Dream!!! The Fairy Tales Unicorns And Leprechauns AMA Jason Bermas
Goes a bit into "cognitive infiltration", a technique to undermine ideas that go against the narrative.

This time it is different by zyxzevn in memes

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Companies have no soul.

Household Transmission of SARS-CoV-2: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis [PubMed] (Chance of transmissions without symptoms is 0.7% inside the same house). by zyxzevn in LockdownSkepticism

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This is per case. So if you are getting ill, the chance is 1/140 that you may infect someone in your own house, before you clearly show symptoms.

This chance is far less in public areas or outside.

The chance is zero after recovery.
So any lockdown or even masks make no sense.

If you do have symptoms, get quarantine and use Vitamin-D, HCQ+ zinc or Ivermectin.
If it gets worse, use Ivermectin or Budesonide.
Do not overdose, use regular dose related to your size and age.
Get a doctor to guide your subscription, and stay calm.
The chance is very low that it will kill you.
Sadly nowadays, the chance is very high that a mis-informed doctor will kill you. About 10x.

Information:
Ivermectin - https://covid19criticalcare.com/
HCQ - https://hcqlost.com/
Budesonide - http://Budesonideworks.com

Freedom Airway - #SolutionsWatch (24:22) ~ corbettreport by JasonCarswell in Solutions

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How to Investigate the Truth (fact checking the fact-checkers) by zyxzevn in Solutions

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Good points.

"Authorities that are recognized by all", can give a good starting point for a discussion.

If you substitute "authority that is recognized by all" as "truth", you kind of replace the authority fallacy with group bias.
So instead of the "truth" you get a "generally accepted truth". Which may still be completely wrong.
My experience is that many "experts" are also very biased. And this bias should be taken in consideration.
And indeed, science is never settled.

I usually use the same arguments for things that are clearly not universally accepted. That way a fallacy pops out quickly.
Like who is the authority on Christianity?
Is a pope the best authority for Christianity? Or historians? Or people that (think they) channel Jesus?
And does that even matter now?
Yet, in the middle ages you could get killed for having the wrong ideas.

I also notice that people misinterpret authorities to make complete weird claims.
For example, based on Einstein's relativity of gravity, gravity is equal to acceleration.
And therefore, some flat-earthers claim that the earth's surface must accelerating.
Which they claim can only happen if it is flat.

But also good scientists misinterpret authorities to make weird claims.
Alfphen warned astronomers not to misuse his formulas when receiving his Nobel prize.
Astronomers falsely removed the electric fields from the equations, which made them much simpler.
And applied them in many cases.
This gave the rise to the theory of "magnetic reconnection", where magnetic field lines
do exist and can even collied with each other. The NASA still uses this theory for the Sun.
And yet magnetic fields are continuous and do not have lines.
There is more behind that idea, but it shows how correct ideas can become completely weird.

Peer-Reviewed Study "Did Not Find Evidence" Lockdowns Were Effective In Stopping COVID Spread by zyxzevn in LockdownSkepticism

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I think peer-review is one of the worst systems to distinguish good science from bad science.
It encourages group think, group-bias, gang-forming, etc.

Here is a systematic way to investigate the truth about things:
https://saidit.net/s/Solutions/comments/50i5/how_to_investigate_the_truth_fact_checking_the/

23 die in Norway after receiving Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine by Vagina7 in news

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Other sources at 16/1 - 55 Americans Have Died Following COVID Vaccination, Norway Deaths Rise To 29

In addition to the deaths, people have reported 96 life-threatening events following COVID-19 vaccinations, as well as 24 permanent disabilities, 225 hospitalizations, and 1,388 emergency room visits.

Also see /s/VaccineSkepticism and /s/CoronaVirus

Asia's Climate Ambitions [TonyHeller] by zyxzevn in ClimateSkeptics

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Mirror on NewTube

Peer-Reviewed Study "Did Not Find Evidence" Lockdowns Were Effective In Stopping COVID Spread by zyxzevn in LockdownSkepticism

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Again a top post with important news from a domain that is blocked/censored by reddit.

This shows how bad reddit is.

Hacker Community helps you connect and share with the people in hacking world. by Panzerfaust in Hacking

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Can you tell a bit more about the site?
And how do we know this is not a fishing site?

How do you think this week will go? by JasonCarswell in AskSaidIt

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Life will be "forbiden".
Same happened on 9/11 and after Kennedy assassination.
Biden was involved in the aftermath of 9/11.

I just wonder how they can manipulate people so easily.
It is much easier to punch a hole through the Covid-statistics than the 9/11-collapse.
Did people suddenly get stupid or scared?

How do you think this week will go? by JasonCarswell in AskSaidIt

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I think most conservatives have to get back to work again.
Biden will clearly betray anything the US stands for, like Freedom, Free speech, Democracy, etc.

Maybe it will help people to start something that works independent of the government and its monopolies.

We are all in this together by zyxzevn in PoliticalHumor

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It is not clear, but I think that censorship is the name of his foot.
I also miss him spying on every part of our lives.

Beware: Trump Impeachment Is A Hoax [All Things Lawyer] by zyxzevn in politics

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Explained in a way that even some democrats may understand.

FBI Investigation Uncovers 256 Emails Between Schiff and Epstein by Trump_WG1WGA in news

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Missed that detail. Rick roll indeed.

FBI Investigation Uncovers 256 Emails Between Schiff and Epstein by Trump_WG1WGA in news

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Qanon hoax again?

2+2=5 - Short film about authoritarian gaslighting, as we see in the mainstream by zyxzevn in Gaslighting

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This is how Dominion counted the votes.

The 4th Annual Fake News Awards! by zyxzevn in FakeNews

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2+2=5 - Short film about authoritarian gaslighting, as we see in the mainstream by zyxzevn in Gaslighting

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Teacher version:
Alternative Maths

Do my eyes play tricks? by asterias in funny

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I thought it said: "Time to Steal"

Science Junked as Covid Vaccine Rollout Falters (PCR tests are far too random, so the real effectiveness of the vaccines is 19% instead of >=90%) by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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From the data in other studies, PCR only works on day 3 and 4 of the infection.
If the correct cycles are used.
So if they test every day with the correct cycles, it might be useful.
But even then we need alternative detection methods as well.

We did flatten our economy.. by zyxzevn in LockdownSkepticism

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Indeed. The flatten the curve was already a lie, without time added.

We did flatten our economy.. by zyxzevn in LockdownSkepticism

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Found on reddit

The Reichstag Fire Decree suspended most civil liberties in Germany... This gave the X Party (who won 8% of the vote), a majority of 52% by zyxzevn in history

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Note: I think that the Reichtag could have been a false flag.

The Reichstag Fire Decree suspended most civil liberties in Germany... This gave the X Party (who won 8% of the vote), a majority of 52% by zyxzevn in history

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It is a historical event explained on wikipedia.

So why are you connecting it to any political sides.
Any political group can copy events from history.

Just like the Fascist behaviour of physically attacking opposition or burning their businesses.
OR like politicians copy speeches from history.
Any political organisation can do that.

Never think that only the same people can do bad things (they are dead btw).
Check "collateral murder" from wikileaks.org and check who the "bad guys" are in that case.

The Reichstag Fire Decree suspended most civil liberties in Germany... This gave the X Party (who won 8% of the vote), a majority of 52% by zyxzevn in history

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Why are you commenting to the Reichtag-fire?
It must have resembled something, as it seems to trigger you.

The Reichstag Fire Decree suspended most civil liberties in Germany... This gave the X Party (who won 8% of the vote), a majority of 52% by zyxzevn in history

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For those who want power, ideologies are just a tool.

And get the experimental vaccine (with only 19% "effectiveness") by zyxzevn in memes

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And get the experimental vaccine (with only 19% "effectiveness") by zyxzevn in memes

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Here is source for the 19%

https://saidit.net/s/VaccineSkepticism/comments/75lw/science_junked_as_covid_vaccine_rollout_falters/

Posted this earlier, but did not realize that it was buried.

And get the experimental vaccine (with only 19% "effectiveness") by zyxzevn in memes

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Posted this a few hours ago:

https://saidit.net/s/VaccineSkepticism/comments/75lw/science_junked_as_covid_vaccine_rollout_falters/

According to the raw data it looks like the effectiveness is 19% instead of 90% or 95%

A Nursing Home had Zero Coronavirus Deaths. Then, It Vaccinates Residents for Coronavirus and the Deaths Begin. by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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The Flu vaccine also causes troubles for old people. This is well reported in vaccine sceptical communities.
There seem to be 20x more side effects of the covid vaccine, the first injection.
So, it may indeed have killed them. Or not, but there is good grounds for serious investigations.

Why C and C++ are Awful Programming Languages by diogenesjunior in programming

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It was designed with the "bad is good" principle. The idea that, if it works for most of the time, it is ok.
So, it is not designed to work all of the time. Or at least with a well defined sub-set.

From the low level, the problem is that everything is cast to an integer. Like one that fits in a register.
So a character is an integer, a boolean is an integer, any address is an integer. Etc. And this is usually not true on low level.

Another problem is the mixing of statements and expressions. Like "ptr++".
This becomes unpredictable with: "(p==(++p))?p++!p--)"

But by mixing integers and addresses made it possible to make complicated memory structures. Like: "value= Tensor[row4+ column+ depth16+ plane*64].imaginary"

So the memory is complicated by default, including memory management.

Science Junked as Covid Vaccine Rollout Falters (PCR tests are far too random, so the real effectiveness of the vaccines is 19% instead of >=90%) by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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--As backup:--

Peter Doshi: Pfizer and Moderna’s “95% effective” vaccines—we need more details and the raw data January 4, 2021

Five weeks ago, when I raised questions about the results of Pfizer’s and Moderna’s covid-19 vaccine trials, all that was in the public domain were the study protocols and a few press releases. Today, two journal publications and around 400 pages of summary data are available in the form of multiple reports presented by and to the FDA prior to the agency’s emergency authorization of each company’s mRNA vaccine. While some of the additional details are reassuring, some are not. Here I outline new concerns about the trustworthiness and meaningfulness of the reported efficacy results.

“Suspected covid-19”

All attention has focused on the dramatic efficacy results: Pfizer reported 170 PCR confirmed covid-19 cases, split 8 to 162 between vaccine and placebo groups. But these numbers were dwarfed by a category of disease called “suspected covid-19”—those with symptomatic covid-19 that were not PCR confirmed. According to FDA’s report on Pfizer’s vaccine, there were “3410 total cases of suspected, but unconfirmed covid-19 in the overall study population, 1594 occurred in the vaccine group vs. 1816 in the placebo group.”

With 20 times more suspected than confirmed cases, this category of disease cannot be ignored simply because there was no positive PCR test result. Indeed this makes it all the more urgent to understand. A rough estimate of vaccine efficacy against developing covid-19 symptoms, with or without a positive PCR test result, would be a relative risk reduction of 19% (see footnote)—far below the 50% effectiveness threshold for authorization set by regulators. Even after removing cases occurring within 7 days of vaccination (409 on Pfizer’s vaccine vs. 287 on placebo), which should include the majority of symptoms due to short-term vaccine reactogenicity, vaccine efficacy remains low: 29% (see footnote).

If many or most of these suspected cases were in people who had a false negative PCR test result, this would dramatically decrease vaccine efficacy. But considering that influenza-like illnesses have always had myriad causes—rhinoviruses, influenza viruses, other coronaviruses, adenoviruses, respiratory syncytial virus, etc.—some or many of the suspected covid-19 cases may be due to a different causative agent.

But why should etiology matter? If those experiencing “suspected covid-19” had essentially the same clinical course as confirmed covid-19, then “suspected plus confirmed covid-19” may be a more clinically meaningful endpoint than just confirmed covid-19.

However, if confirmed covid-19 is on average more severe than suspected covid-19, we must still keep in mind that at the end of the day, it is not average clinical severity that matters, it’s the incidence of severe disease that affects hospital admissions. With 20 times more suspected covid-19 than confirmed covid-19, and trials not designed to assess whether the vaccines can interrupt viral transmission, an analysis of severe disease irrespective of etiologic agent—namely, rates of hospitalizations, ICU cases, and deaths amongst trial participants—seems warranted, and is the only way to assess the vaccines’ real ability to take the edge off the pandemic.

There is a clear need for data to answer these questions, but Pfizer’s 92-page report didn’t mention the 3410 “suspected covid-19” cases. Nor did its publication in the New England Journal of Medicine. Nor did any of the reports on Moderna’s vaccine. The only source that appears to have reported it is FDA’s review of Pfizer’s vaccine.

The 371 individuals excluded from Pfizer vaccine efficacy analysis

Another reason we need more data is to analyse an unexplained detail found in a table of FDA’s review of Pfizer’s vaccine: 371 individuals excluded from the efficacy analysis for “important protocol deviations on or prior to 7 days after Dose 2.” What is concerning is the imbalance between randomized groups in the number of these excluded individuals: 311 from the vaccine group vs 60 on placebo. (In contrast, in Moderna’s trial, there were just 36 participants excluded from the efficacy analysis for “major protocol deviation”—12 vaccine group vs 24 placebo group.)

What were these protocol deviations in Pfizer’s study, and why were there five times more participants excluded in the vaccine group? The FDA report doesn’t say, and these exclusions are difficult to even spot in Pfizer’s report and journal publication.

Fever and pain medications, unblinding, and primary event adjudication committees

Last month I expressed concern about the potential confounding role of pain and fever medications to treat symptoms. I posited that such drugs could mask symptoms, leading to underdetection of covid-19 cases, possibly in greater numbers in people who received the vaccine in an effort to prevent or treat adverse events. However, it seems their potential to confound results was fairly limited: although the results indicate that these medicines were taken around 3–4 times more often in vaccine versus placebo recipients (at least for Pfizer’s vaccine—Moderna did not report as clearly), their use was presumably concentrated in the first week after vaccine use, taken to relieve post-injection local and systemic adverse events. But the cumulative incidence curves suggest a fairly constant rate of confirmed covid-19 cases over time, with symptom onset dates extending well beyond a week after dosing.

That said, the higher rate of medication use in the vaccine arm provides further reason to worry about unofficial unblinding. Given the vaccines’ reactogenicity, it’s hard to imagine participants and investigators could not make educated guesses about which group they were in. The primary endpoint in the trials is relatively subjective making unblinding an important concern. Yet neither FDA nor the companies seem to have formally probed the reliability of the blinding procedure, and its effects on the reported outcomes.

Nor do we know enough about the processes of the primary event adjudication committees that counted covid-19 cases. Were they blinded to antibody data and information on patients’ symptoms in the first week after vaccination? What criteria did they employ, and why, with a primary event consisting of a patient-reported outcome (covid-19 symptoms) and PCR test result, was such a committee even necessary? It’s also important to understand who was on these committees. While Moderna has named its four-member adjudication committee—all university-affiliated physicians—Pfizer’s protocol says three Pfizer employees did the work. Yes, Pfizer staff members.

Vaccine efficacy in people who already had covid?

Individuals with a known history of SARS-CoV-2 infection or previous diagnosis of Covid-19 were excluded from Moderna’s and Pfizer’s trials. But still 1125 (3.0%) and 675 (2.2%) of participants in Pfizer’s and Moderna’s trials, respectively, were deemed to be positive for SARS-CoV-2 at baseline.

Vaccine safety and efficacy in these recipients has not received much attention, but as increasingly large portions of many countries’ populations may be “post-Covid,” these data seem important—and all the more so as the US CDC recommends offering vaccine “regardless of history of prior symptomatic or asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection.” This follows on from the agency’s conclusions, regarding Pfizer’s vaccine, that it had ≥92% efficacy and “no specific safety concerns” in people with previous SARS-CoV-2 infection.

By my count, Pfizer apparently reported 8 cases of confirmed, symptomatic Covid-19 in people positive for SARS-CoV-2 at baseline (1 in the vaccine group, 7 in the placebo group, using the differences between Tables 9 and 10) and Moderna, 1 case (placebo group; Table 12).

But with only around four to 31 reinfections documented globally, how, in trials of tens of thousands, with median follow-up of two months, could there be nine confirmed covid-19 cases among those with SARS-CoV-2 infection at baseline? Is this representative of meaningful vaccine efficacy, as CDC seems to have endorsed? Or could it be something else, like prevention of covid-19 symptoms, possibly by the vaccine or by the use of medicines which suppress symptoms, and nothing to do with reinfection?

We need the raw data

Addressing the many open questions about these trials requires access to the raw trial data. But no company seems to have shared data with any third party at this point.

Pfizer says it is making data available “upon request, and subject to review.” This stops far short of making data publicly available, but at least leaves the door open. How open is unclear, since the study protocol says Pfizer will only start making data available 24 months after study completion.

Moderna’s data sharing statement states data “may be available upon request once the trial is complete.” This translates to sometime in mid-to-late 2022, as follow-up is planned for 2 years.

Things may be no different for the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine which has pledged patient-level data “when the trial is complete.” And the ClinicalTrials.gov entry for the Russian Sputnik V vaccine says there are no plans to share individual participant data.

The European Medicines Agency and Health Canada, however, may share data for any authorized vaccines much earlier. EMA has already pledged to publish the data submitted by Pfizer on its website “in due course,” as has Health Canada.

Peter Doshi, associate editor, The BMJ

Science Junked as Covid Vaccine Rollout Falters (PCR tests are far too random, so the real effectiveness of the vaccines is 19% instead of >=90%) by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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Link to article

So this is simply P-hacking combined with fake testing.

A Nursing Home had Zero Coronavirus Deaths. Then, It Vaccinates Residents for Coronavirus and the Deaths Begin. by zyxzevn in VaccineSkepticism

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It is right in the article...