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« on: January 06, 2020, 13:55:17 PM »

I thought, much in the same vein as our other illustrious long-running threads: We need a place to plonk those conspiracy theories that are not quite as deserving of serious skepticism, as they are sad or facepalm inducing, or funny, or otherwise entertaining in their own inane way. Not least because I've been running into some of these lately.

Exhibit A (as seen in shoutbox): Transvestigations: When self appointed "transvestigators" question the gender of mainstream celebrities or internet personalities. Ostensibly because the Illuminati and "Baphomet worshippers" are trying to hide the fact that almost anyone succesful is actually a transexual. To what end, I have no idea. Targets include Hitler, Marilyn Monroe, Barack Obama, etc ....

Seeing as this seems mostly a youtube phenomena at the moment, here's a search link: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=transvestigations  (Be sure to peruse some comment sections... GOLD)


Exhibit B: "Liquid Fuel". There seems to be some concern amongst backyard physicists and engineers that the oil conglomerates have strong-armed the world's car manufacturers into only making engines that run on "liquid fuel", as opposed to "vapor fuel", in an attempt to make them very inefficient so that said oil companies can profit more. This dim-whitted idea seems to spring from the fact that modern cars have fuel injection, so it seems to them that liquid fuel is being poured directly into cylinders instead of it being atomized first. Once again I only became aware of this because of a (very cringeworthy) youtube video, so with apology: Here's one of a backyard engineer finding, to his surprise, that petroleum vapor can in fact power an engine (to the surprise of ... absolutely no one?).

The comments are, once again, facepalm approved.
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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2020, 05:33:10 AM »

My favorite has always been chemtrails... :-)

EDIT: Oh, and while not a conspiracy theory as such, the Mandela Effect.
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« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2020, 18:16:34 PM »

None of the coronavirus conspiracy theories have made it here yet? Gosh, I'm awash in them  Sad Shocked
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« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2020, 18:20:57 PM »

Oh do tell.
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« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2020, 09:58:46 AM »

None of the coronavirus conspiracy theories have made it here yet? Gosh, I'm awash in them Sad Shocked
OTOH, for as long as anyone can remember, we’ve been in the grip of a full-blown moronavirus epidemic.

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« Reply #5 on: March 08, 2020, 17:26:17 PM »

... moronavirus epidemic.
Even though the in-your-face symptoms make diagnoses straight-forward, the survival rate remains pretty good. So the outbreak is mostly ignored by authorities.

Or sometimes even counted on.
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« Reply #6 on: March 09, 2020, 06:50:53 AM »

Posted on Facebook today - a very welcome antidote to the panic. And now, for some reason, FB simply won't let me share it:



Abdu Sharkawy
6 March at 04:45
I'm a doctor and an Infectious Diseases Specialist. I've been at this for more than 20 years seeing sick patients on a daily basis. I have worked in inner city hospitals and in the poorest slums of Africa. HIV-AIDS, Hepatitis,TB, SARS, Measles, Shingles, Whooping cough, Diphtheria...there is little I haven't been exposed to in my profession. And with notable exception of SARS, very little has left me feeling vulnerable, overwhelmed or downright scared.

I am not scared of Covid-19. I am concerned about the implications of a novel infectious agent that has spread the world over and continues to find new footholds in different soil. I am rightly concerned for the welfare of those who are elderly, in frail health or disenfranchised who stand to suffer mostly, and disproportionately, at the hands of this new scourge. But I am not scared of Covid-19.

What I am scared about is the loss of reason and wave of fear that has induced the masses of society into a spellbinding spiral of panic, stockpiling obscene quantities of anything that could fill a bomb shelter adequately in a post-apocalyptic world. I am scared of the N95 masks that are stolen from hospitals and urgent care clinics where they are actually needed for front line healthcare providers and instead are being donned in airports, malls, and coffee lounges, perpetuating even more fear and suspicion of others. I am scared that our hospitals will be overwhelmed with anyone who thinks they " probably don't have it but may as well get checked out no matter what because you just never know..." and those with heart failure, emphysema, pneumonia and strokes will pay the price for overfilled ER waiting rooms with only so many doctors and nurses to assess.

I am scared that travel restrictions will become so far reaching that weddings will be canceled, graduations missed and family reunions will not materialize. And well, even that big party called the Olympic Games...that could be kyboshed too. Can you even
imagine?

I'm scared those same epidemic fears will limit trade, harm partnerships in multiple sectors, business and otherwise and ultimately culminate in a global recession.

But mostly, I'm scared about what message we are telling our kids when faced with a threat. Instead of reason, rationality, openmindedness and altruism, we are telling them to panic, be fearful, suspicious, reactionary and self-interested.

Covid-19 is nowhere near over. It will be coming to a city, a hospital, a friend, even a family member near you at some point. Expect it. Stop waiting to be surprised further. The fact is the virus itself will not likely do much harm when it arrives. But our own behaviors and "fight for yourself above all else" attitude could prove disastrous.

I implore you all. Temper fear with reason, panic with patience and uncertainty with education. We have an opportunity to learn a great deal about health hygiene and limiting the spread of innumerable transmissible diseases in our society. Let's meet this challenge together in the best spirit of compassion for others, patience, and above all, an unfailing effort to seek truth, facts and knowledge as opposed to conjecture, speculation and catastrophizing.

Facts not fear. Clean hands. Open hearts.
Our children will thank us for it.

#washurhands #geturflushot #respect #patiencenotpanic
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« Reply #7 on: March 15, 2020, 14:41:45 PM »

I've lost a couple "friends" (sorry Boogie), due to corona hysteria. No big loss.

I'm actually having huge fun logging onto the worldometer every evening and watching the spread. Awesome, pity its less than a 2% death rate at this stage, I'd have enjoyed a 50%+ death rate far more, would have made the hysteria far more interesting too.
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« Reply #8 on: March 16, 2020, 04:45:21 AM »

I've lost a couple "friends" (sorry Boogie), due to corona hysteria. No big loss.

I'm actually having huge fun logging onto the worldometer every evening and watching the spread. Awesome, pity its less than a 2% death rate at this stage, I'd have enjoyed a 50%+ death rate far more, would have made the hysteria far more interesting too.


It might mutate into such a monster yet. I have actually seen someone argue that it would be better to leave it to run its course, because the more we delay that process, the more time we are giving it to mutate into something really nasty.
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« Reply #9 on: March 16, 2020, 10:42:59 AM »

I've lost a couple "friends" (sorry Boogie), due to corona hysteria. No big loss.

Is this your way of saying you're defriending me?

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... some people just want to watch the world burn.
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« Reply #10 on: March 16, 2020, 11:55:04 AM »

I've lost a couple "friends" (sorry Boogie), due to corona hysteria. No big loss.

I'm actually having huge fun logging onto the worldometer every evening and watching the spread. Awesome, pity its less than a 2% death rate at this stage, I'd have enjoyed a 50%+ death rate far more, would have made the hysteria far more interesting too.


It might mutate into such a monster yet. I have actually seen someone argue that it would be better to leave it to run its course, because the more we delay that process, the more time we are giving it to mutate into something really nasty.

Would that be true? I wouldn't expect TIME to be AS a determining factor as much as number of replications. I'd think that containing the spread would necessarily inhibit the number of genetic experiments nature can make with the virus and thus would in fact LIMIT the amount of mutation and adaptation that could take place.
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« Reply #11 on: March 16, 2020, 15:47:03 PM »

I understand that the “50%+ death rate” comment was made somewhat in jest.  Still, I think some clarity is probably in order.

The main worry concerning virus mutations is what happens to the virus’ rate of replication in a host population, not so much what mutation might produce in terms of its host mortality rate.  In fact, a virus that is too effective in killing its host is self-limiting in that large reductions in the number of available hosts will reduce the virus’ ability to replicate.

The operant factors that constrain a virus’ replication rate are (1) the ready availability of suitable hosts, and (2) how contagious it is in the context of those available hosts (which contextual contagiousness is itself governed by a multitude of factors).  Mutation doesn’t affect (1) unless the virus evolves an ability to infect other species of host in addition to those it already can.  While this scenario is possible, I’m not aware of any documented cases where this has in fact been observed.

On the other hand, its contagiousness is certainly the easier evolutionary route by which a virus can spread farther and faster.  For example, the virus might evolve an ability to latch onto additional organisms such as domestic animals, common parasites, or insects, using these as carriers that assist the virus’ spread and increase its reach.  Or, the virus might evolve additional transmission pathways, besides direct physical contact and airborne droplets.

The overarching principles are explained in this humorous video.

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« Reply #12 on: March 17, 2020, 08:00:34 AM »

I've lost a couple "friends" (sorry Boogie), due to corona hysteria. No big loss.

I'm actually having huge fun logging onto the worldometer every evening and watching the spread. Awesome, pity its less than a 2% death rate at this stage, I'd have enjoyed a 50%+ death rate far more, would have made the hysteria far more interesting too.


It might mutate into such a monster yet. I have actually seen someone argue that it would be better to leave it to run its course, because the more we delay that process, the more time we are giving it to mutate into something really nasty.

Would that be true? I wouldn't expect TIME to be AS a determining factor as much as number of replications. I'd think that containing the spread would necessarily inhibit the number of genetic experiments nature can make with the virus and thus would in fact LIMIT the amount of mutation and adaptation that could take place.

Well, that's also a good point. Perhaps it would make little difference either way: if we don't contain there are more viruses, if we do, there is more time. Perhaps it comes to more or less the same, as far as the virus' ability to mutate is concerned.
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« Reply #13 on: March 17, 2020, 14:05:12 PM »

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Well, that's also a good point. Perhaps it would make little difference either way: if we don't contain there are more viruses, if we do, there is more time. Perhaps it comes to more or less the same, as far as the virus' ability to mutate is concerned.


I"m not a science boffin, I do recall though somewhere in my education that over sterilizing and not being exposed to normal bugs and stuff actually increase the odds for a virus/invisible gogga to mutate?
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« Reply #14 on: March 17, 2020, 14:16:24 PM »

Let us not forget that Sylvia Browne foresaw this as long ago as 1981:





Er, just don't read the other prediction on that page. We don't want you to be disappointed now.
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« Reply #15 on: March 20, 2020, 11:12:44 AM »

None of the coronavirus conspiracy theories have made it here yet? Gosh, I'm awash in them  Sad Shocked
Here you go:

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« Reply #16 on: March 20, 2020, 11:14:18 AM »

None of the coronavirus conspiracy theories have made it here yet? Gosh, I'm awash in them  Sad Shocked
Here you go:

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THE FAKE JEWS! IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!
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« Reply #17 on: March 25, 2020, 18:12:56 PM »

The comments .. It's far beyond faces/palms/Darwin? It is truly scary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNsmMkXy1DE&feature=youtu.be
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« Reply #18 on: March 26, 2020, 05:18:35 AM »

The comments .. It's far beyond faces/palms/Darwin? It is truly scary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNsmMkXy1DE&feature=youtu.be

Didn't watch the video (I have a cap on my data, and also on my time and patience), but the comments are indeed somewhere between hilarious and scary. (Scilarious, perhaps?)
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« Reply #19 on: March 27, 2020, 07:55:53 AM »

In the news this morning, I see that America is now overtaking China in Corona cases. And it is still only the early stages. Will Trump be held responsible in the next election for basically doing nothing?
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« Reply #20 on: March 27, 2020, 08:32:10 AM »

In the news this morning, I see that America is now overtaking China in Corona cases. And it is still only the early stages. Will Trump be held responsible in the next election for basically doing nothing?

Probably, but who can tell?. Of course, there is a legitimate argument to be made for doing nothing, but it is pretty clear that Trump is not doing so out of genuine competence or with any sort of actual plan.
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« Reply #21 on: March 27, 2020, 08:39:27 AM »

In the news this morning, I see that America is now overtaking China in Corona cases. And it is still only the early stages. Will Trump be held responsible in the next election for basically doing nothing?

Probably not. I count him, same as Ramaphosa, as now one of those "wartime" presidents: The sudden halo the latter is now enjoying has me very bemused. Guy could go out shooting toddlers and people would only pause their prayer circles for a minute or two to wonder what the kids did to deserve it.

In other news: My american contacts are now starting to ask me directly if this is all a conspiracy and why:
(a) Covid seems to have spread too fast, almost as if by air (groan): I pointed out that actually, the transport used was way faster than air.
(b) How come it seems to have progressed linearly east to west: It didn't, and the earth doesn't look like that.
(c) Why do some places tell their people to stay indoors and some US cities only want 2 days of shut-ins: Because the USA sucks.
(d) Why is this seemingly coordinated on a global scale: Cause that's what global pandemics ARE.

Sigh...
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« Reply #22 on: March 27, 2020, 11:14:31 AM »

In the news this morning, I see that America is now overtaking China in Corona cases. And it is still only the early stages. Will Trump be held responsible in the next election for basically doing nothing?

Probably not. I count him, same as Ramaphosa, as now one of those "wartime" presidents: The sudden halo the latter is now enjoying has me very bemused. Guy could go out shooting toddlers and people would only pause their prayer circles for a minute or two to wonder what the kids did to deserve it.

In other news: My american contacts are now starting to ask me directly if this is all a conspiracy and why:
(a) Covid seems to have spread too fast, almost as if by air (groan): I pointed out that actually, the transport used was way faster than air.
(b) How come it seems to have progressed linearly east to west: It didn't, and the earth doesn't look like that.
(c) Why do some places tell their people to stay indoors and some US cities only want 2 days of shut-ins: Because the USA sucks.
(d) Why is this seemingly coordinated on a global scale: Cause that's what global pandemics ARE.

Sigh...

Once again, I see this complete failure to understand the nature of exponential growth. People look at the initial low numbers, and the seeming slow spread, and they are lulled into complacency. Then the thing suddenly explodes, which is what exponential curves do, and then people wonder how the hell this happened.

Some two or three weeks ago, my brother showed his son, who is studying mathematics, the corona stats. He says his son turned white as a sheet the moment he recognized the exponential curve. For these past weeks now, he, his son and I have suffered from a condition we dubbed exponentia: an affliction of those who understand how exponential growth curves work, even while all around them, everyone is still partying, and which manifests as anxiety and a sense of helpless dread.

The partying actually increased my anxiety, because the party will suddenly end, overnight, only to be replaced by total, unreasoning panic. Ye gods be with our society then.
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« Reply #23 on: March 27, 2020, 13:25:12 PM »

Will Trump be held responsible in the next election for basically doing nothing?

Odds are that Trump will be dead.

His (non)cognitive responses are already an indication of mental decline, have been for quite some time now, his mind is indeed deteriorating and he is mixing words up and displaying confusion. He is old. Simple as that. If the virus doesn't get him a stroke or something in that line will.
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« Reply #24 on: March 27, 2020, 13:40:43 PM »

Will Trump be held responsible in the next election for basically doing nothing?

Odds are that Trump will be dead.

His (non)cognitive responses are already an indication of mental decline, have been for quite some time now, his mind is indeed deteriorating and he is mixing words up and displaying confusion. He is old. Simple as that. If the virus doesn't get him a stroke or something in that line will.

Joe Biden or Bernie aren't much better either... You have to be nearly dead to be president in the USA.
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« Reply #25 on: March 30, 2020, 16:03:51 PM »

No conspiracy theory: I'm making a prediction. According to recent polls and market research, Trump had the next term in the bag (up until two weeks ago). But of course time flies when we're having fun, and the 'libtard' press is now hammering him mercilessly for his inaction at the start of the pandemic. With good reason:  https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/03/pandemic-coronavirus-united-states-trump-cdc/608215/.

Also note these two links (there are several more from reputable publications):
2015 - https://www.vox.com/2015/5/27/8660249/bill-gates-spanish-flu-pandemic and
2018 - https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/07/when-the-next-plague-hits/561734/

Prediction: Trump's actions have caused a major slide in the US' standing as the world's First nation. Meanwhile, China will be using all the forex they have built up over the years (adamantly declining a revaluation of the yuan) to launch a massive play for the title based on medical aid/expertise to underdeveloped and vulnerable countries. They are already making huge inroads in the Middle East and Africa, their next focus will be South America and India (plus high-profile actions in Europe) Either way, Trump is done, and China's international standing is on the rise. It's the end of the old world order.
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« Reply #26 on: March 30, 2020, 16:47:54 PM »

Spike: I think you are probably right. Any free Mandarin lessons available online?  :-)

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« Reply #27 on: March 31, 2020, 15:10:58 PM »

Any free Mandarin lessons available online?
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« Reply #28 on: March 31, 2020, 16:23:57 PM »

Ok, I'll give my 2c too:

No conspiracy theory: I'm making a prediction. According to recent polls and market research, Trump had the next term in the bag (up until two weeks ago). But of course time flies when we're having fun, and the 'libtard' press is now hammering him mercilessly for his inaction at the start of the pandemic. With good reason:  https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2020/03/pandemic-coronavirus-united-states-trump-cdc/608215/.

I think you assume a sane world: The democrats are in an absolute shambles and were blocking Trump's aid package (which I think has now passed, but they held it up for a while there...) holding it hostage over progressive socialist issues they wanted to 'ride' in with it. This just costs them so many points with the US public. If there's one thing I know about US elections: They always try to (or have to) pick the lesser of the 2 evils. ATM Trump may be the lesser. I predict Trump destroys whoever runs against him. Let's see how it pans out...

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Meanwhile, China will be using all the forex they have built up over the years (adamantly declining a revaluation of the yuan) to launch a massive play for the title based on medical aid/expertise to underdeveloped and vulnerable countries. They are already making huge inroads in the Middle East and Africa, their next focus will be South America and India (plus high-profile actions in Europe) Either way, Trump is done, and China's international standing is on the rise. It's the end of the old world order.

Now, many may not relish this idea but I think there's one economic truism that usually does hold: He who has the gold, makes the rules. America has the money, and Trump recently leveraged that fact to get his China trade deal. Due to America being (some would correctly say ruthlessly) capitalistic it generates money like nobody's business. Before this slump they were at all-time highs. China produces, but mostly FOR Americans. The two are symbiotic, even if they both despise the idea. IMHO: America's run as a (or thé) world power is far from being over. Much like a rising tide raises all ships, in this case the lowering tide lowers all nations, not just one. If anything, on the world stage, China's reputation is getting trashed (again) as being an unruly, lying, manipulative backwater that can't get it's act together and is going to be responsible for the deaths of (potentially) millions.

In fact, the pressure is so harsh that even they are thinking about banning trade in wild animals.
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« Reply #29 on: April 02, 2020, 09:43:20 AM »

WIFI KILLSHOT by J.E. Ante
5G at 60Ghz resonates with the oxygen molecule and gives oxygen a reverse polarity that makes it much less usable to the human body. At high concentrations of 5G usage you get suffocation of humans at street level. And at lower doses you get flu like symptoms which are the exact same symptoms as the flu with this lowered oxygen uptake by the body.

But the way 5G kills is much more interesting.
Our bodies have trillions of parasitic organisms inside which feed on us and some say help us live by doing many useful functions. But when these bacteria, fungi, and parasites are subjected to any WIFI microwave radiations they are harmed and begin reproducing toxins in self defense. These organisms begin reproducing rapidly to ensure their survival. And so we get flu like symptoms from these internal parasite organisms under attack from WIFI microwave radiations reproducing rapidly and excreting toxins.

This is the real illness people are getting not a bio-weapon coronavirus.
2G has ten microwave frequencies assigned to it, 3G has ten also, 4G has five frequencies with some overlaps, but 5G has 3000 microwave frequencies assigned to it by the FCC. Why so many? So 5G should really be called 297G not 5G. So with this 5G rollout in China, Korea, Italy, Iran, and cruise ships we have the greatest concentrations of 5G usage and the greatest concentrations of illness and death in the world. Our internal parasites are like canaries in a mine and are being killed off rapidly from this 5G usage. When this happens too quickly the body can not get rid of the increased toxins and the host (you) die from toxemia. Our human cells are all tied together and form a much stronger union but our many parasitic hosts inside us are much more isolated within us and much more vulnerable to this WIFI microwave radiations. They try to survive by multiplying rapidly and making toxins to protect them from harm but it is no use and they die with 5G. And with their rapid death our bodies (at least of older and less healthy human) are overwhelmed by toxins very quickly and we die from the combined effects of lowered oxygen uptake from 5G and also from the massive overpopulation and then die off of our internal biomass of germs and parasites which creates overwhelming toxemia.

When the Chinese locked down the people in Wuhan they turned to their new 5G phones and internet connections and so the city was flooded with much more 5G WIFI radiations and made many more people fall sick and die. Many people even fell sick instantly at street level from oxygen deficiency which previously had no sickness. A massive cloud of 5G 60Ghz microwave radiations caused oxygen in the air to fall below critical levels for survival.

Yesterday all of Asia turned off their 5G and left on only their 3G and 4G systems to communicate so they know 5G is the real cause of the illnesses.
So turn off your smartphones or put them in an aluminum pouch until you need to use them to lessen radiation exposure to yourself and everyone else. That is the real thing you must do instead of washing your hands to protect others. And if you would heal your elderly and grand parents put them in a Faraday cage where they will not be irradiated constantly by WIFI signals that are all around us especially in hospitals. Then their sick bodies may heal themselves in time as the toxemia clears from their bodies.

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« Reply #30 on: April 02, 2020, 09:46:37 AM »

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« Reply #31 on: April 02, 2020, 10:57:21 AM »

And Thiz...

Die een v 0penb@r!ng ( +- 13, 14, lees spesifiek ook 0penb 14:9-13) wat as jy dit nie aanvaar nie, jy nie sal kan koop, verkoop nie, en as jy dit aanvaar jy verlore Huh?? sal gaan ), dit is min of meer iets soos dit Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?. Dink nie mense is al seker presies wat dit sal wees nie, maar mens moet seker byvoorbaat wegbly hiervan?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh???dink hierdie is iets wat jou tr@ck en jou elektroniese kaarte en so sal vervang( dis hoekom hulle wil K0NTαητ  Huh?? vry gaan), daar word ook ( sover ek weet) aan ander chips gewerk, wat n invloed / beheer het op jou brein( mens sien op tv/internet hulle probeer goed ontwikkel vir mense wat  blind /doof is ) wat hulle teen jou kop Vasmaak en met elektriese strome na jou brein stuur om te kan hoor/sien, wonder of Daardie nie meer sal kan gebruik word as chip om jou brein se denkwyse aan te pas soodat jy die D!εr sal navolg nie
And Thiz...

As kind toe my suig stokie geval het en in die grond gele het,my pa het hom opgetel,skoon gelek en weer in my bek gesit, my gesig was so tai van suiker en grond en en en,rai wat? Ek was nog nooit oit in n hospitaal, want my ligaam weet hoe om teen n virus of siekte te baklei! Ja die storie is erg maar wat ek try de is op hou om so pieperig te wees! Hou jou afstand! As bierman 20m oorkant die pad is dan is jy veilig! Ons as Boere het ons God en Vader saam ons, ja ek weet mense paniek,en ja dit en dat en die ander! Selfde tyd onthou van waar jy kom! Haal dai Bybel af van die rak,blaas die stof af en lees hom! En onthou ons nasie is nie pieperig nie ons Sal en gaan deur die smeltkroes gaan en ja nie elke kiem of virus Sal jou siek maak.
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« Reply #32 on: April 03, 2020, 10:42:01 AM »

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« Reply #33 on: April 05, 2020, 00:41:28 AM »

Instagram pic of Barack Obama with a tear rolling down his cheek

Barack Obama is asking Africans not to accept the vaccines that will come from America and Europe...

Barack Obama: I'll be an accomplice if I don't denounce this evil act white people want to do to Africans, first of all I was born in America but I'm African blood, I'm not going to allow white people to kill Africans with their toxic vaccines, I ask Africans to be smart, and to ensure that coronavirus vaccines do not enter African territories, there is a Machiavellian plan they invent, saying we come to help Africans, or that they will come to kill you, I will let this message be shared everywhere, to awaken African minds so that the vaccines do not arrive in Africa.

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« Reply #34 on: April 05, 2020, 09:55:03 AM »

I hate stupid people
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« Reply #35 on: April 05, 2020, 10:57:03 AM »

I've recently stumbled across a few pockets (lumps? clumps? clutches? nests? dens?) of such utterly incomprehensible levels of ignorance and sheer crazy that I've become a speechless spectator, clinging on for dear life as they roll out even more, bigger, better crazy. I'm horrified and feel a bit helpless. I'll just come and take a deep breath here every once in a while until I know what else to do  Huh? Huh?
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« Reply #36 on: Yesterday at 11:50:01 »

News24 this morning has egg all over it's face after claiming on Friday that Bill Gates intended to "test vaccines" on Africans like guinea pigs.

Meanwhile the "Bill Gates is the devil" rhetoric on the facebooks is reaching epic proportions. On a thread reg. above retraction I saw hundreds of posts of people  who "don't trust Bill Gates with his microchip vaccines".

Then again, IIRC linked in SB over the w/e people in the UK are burning down cellphone towers over 5G "creating virusses" hysteria...

The stupid seems to be multiplying.
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« Reply #37 on: Today at 08:23:05 »

At least this idiot has been arrested.
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