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  1. Am I wrong in concluding that the blood wasn't tested for neutralizing antibodies before any shot was given in either of the studies? Only after the first dose and then again after the second dose? I only ask because there seems to be a sufficent neutralizing response after someone has had the virus, no first shot necessary.
  2. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/03/190320110619.htm From the article: The researchers found that the antibody repertoires remained highly static throughout. More than 70 percent of the antibody molecules found in the donor's bloodstream remained the same over five years. More than two-thirds of these persistent antibodies targeted invariant parts of the virus -- the elements that do not change from one year to the next. These persistent antibodies continue to be produced by the immune system for years and can affect our ability to generate novel antibodies that recogn
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7402625/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7427556/ https://www.nature.com/articles/s41590-021-00902-8
  4. The doctor from the link I posted would be a good place to start if your friend would like more information. I've found a few podcasts with him as the interviewee where he goes into more detail and gives more references. There are other doctors, immunologists, etc. who have been sharing their concerns as well. I don't know of any other vaccine that is recommended for people who have already built up natural immunity via getting and recovering from the wild virus. In fact, the few vaccines we do have for viruses can be skipped if an individual can show proof of antibodies from natural infec
  5. Does anyone know if the vaccine manufactures have an endpoint that measures adverse events/death after vaccination of people who have tested positive for the virus/antibodies before getting vaccinated? https://noorchashm.medium.com/already-or-had-a-covid-19-infection-or-think-you-did-b282f9471605 From the above article: I state the above, because I know, as a matter of scientific principle, that once a person is naturally infected by a virus (any virus), antigens from that virus persist in the body for very long after viral replication has stopped and clinical signs of infection
  6. Unless they become mandatory and exemptions no longer exist.
  7. We are healthy and have already had it, so we are in the "not right now" camp. The mRNA technology doesn't have a great track record over the last twenty years...with the first SARS or with the gene therapy that was created after their first application didn't perform well. The antibody-dependent enhancement was not, that I can find, specifically studied as an outcome in the mRNA studies for SARS-CoV-2, as the animal challenge trials were not done but were the whole reason the other mRNA jabs stalled at Phase 1 trials. Now that the deaths are starting to rise again, coincidentally after so
  8. https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/18/4/1376/htm From the article: We found that the size and power of the state contributes positively to the likelihood and extensions of mass hysteria. The more centralized and the more power a state has, the higher the probability and extension of mass hysteria. In a minimal state, there exist self-correcting mechanisms that limit collective hysteria. The enforcement of private property rights limits the harm inflicted by those that succumb to the hysteria. The state (thanks to a fuzzy public sector and its soft power [123,124]), by contrast, a
  9. Most younger people do fine with fighting off disease quickly and efficiently because their immune systems are better-functioning than the elderly and immune-compromised. I know over 200 people under 50 who tested positive and none of them even had to go to a doctor because it was mild enough to ride out at home (if they even had symptoms). The people I know will take the virus they can handle well over a vaccine that was only tested for a few weeks and has no long-term safety data. I don't think it is helpful or fair to label a group of people who handle this specific virus well and choose n
  10. Has anyone else fallen in love with Dr. Lee Merritt?
  11. I watched part of a hearing with a military cyber security person. He explained how the machines are supposed to be set up in order to be secure, but due to how the instructions are actually written, security measures were effectively negated.
  12. We have only used chemistry (logic stage) on a 2-day schedule. Time-wise, it really depended on what kind of mood my kids were in; some days we finished in 30 minutes and some days it was over an hour. We used Apologia for biology, earth science, and physics. We did love the ES kindergarten curriculum and recommend it often. Noeo is also SWB-esque: https://noeoscience.com/.
  13. We didn't do everything from scratch using SWB's suggestions, but we did use Elemental Science's Classic Series, which uses SWB's suggestions for the program. It was extremely open-and-go, affordable, and engaging. Even if you don't use the program, the samples give a very good idea of what SWB's spines and schedule could look like. https://elementalscience.com/collections/classical-science
  14. Your post reminded me of this doctor from a podcast I listened to a few years ago: https://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/podcast-320-adhd-explosion/.
  15. No one knows whether the vaccine will prevent transmission. There are other vaccines, like influenza and acellular pertussis, that protect the person who takes the vaccine but doesn't prevent the spread. Taking this one to prevent others from getting sick is not a factor in my decision process right now.
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