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  1. Define small effects as determined by a galactic or universal scale and why would something small be irrelevant.
  2. Isn't everything in motion? The Earth spins on it's axis, the Earth spins round the sun, the Sun spins round the galactic core and the galaxy itself is in motion set by the big bang, it is not known if the universe itself may be moving or vibrating as well. So to be stationary one would need to understand all frames of motion exactly and counteract each one exactly and since galactic motion can only be estimated stationary from a human perspective is just not possible
  3. Not sure but I am 100 percent sure that there are already vaccines that target reproduction
  4. Could the poles flipping also effect the axis? Which in turn might effect the oceans that like the molten core are liquid Cause and effect happens and there are technically thousands of links to the subject not just one https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/10/121016084936.htm Some 41,000 years ago, a complete and rapid reversal of the geomagnetic field occured. Magnetic studies of the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences on sediment cores from the Black Sea show that during this period, during the last ice age, a compass at the Black Sea would have pointed to the south instead of north. Moreover, data obtained by the research team formed around GFZ researchers Dr. Norbert Nowaczyk and Prof. Helge Arz, together with additional data from other studies in the North Atlantic, the South Pacific and Hawaii, prove that this polarity reversal was a global event. Their results are published in the latest issue of the scientific journal Earth and Planetary Science Letters. What is remarkable is the speed of the reversal: "The field geometry of reversed polarity, with field lines pointing into the opposite direction when compared to today's configuration, lasted for only about 440 years, and it was associated with a field strength that was only one quarter of today's field," explains Norbert Nowaczyk. "The actual polarity changes lasted only 250 years. In terms of geological time scales, that is very fast." During this period, the field was even weaker, with only 5% of today's field strength. As a consequence, Earth nearly completely lost its protection shield against hard cosmic rays, leading to a significantly increased radiation exposure. This is documented by peaks of radioactive beryllium (10Be) in ice cores from this time, recovered from the Greenland ice sheet. 10Be as well as radioactive carbon (14C) is caused by the collision of high-energy protons from space with atoms of the atmosphere.
  5. Was reading on the net that Earth is overdue for a magnetic pole switch that could in theory alter the deep ocean current causing an up-welling that could drop air temps significantly. Any thoughts? https://www.discovermagazine.com/environment/millions-of-years-ago-the-poles-moved-and-it-could-have-triggered-an-ice-age Will Geese fly to the North pole and starve if this happens?
  6. Well if you found it on the internet it must be real, right? LOL have you bought back issues that are available on the net for free? https://nym.pcdfusion.com/pcd/ShoppingCart/store/210/Category/1080 Again I had this disease and it was the best thing ever as now I have no fear
  7. LOL I had covid so the expert is me....................... The common cold has worse symptoms If you want to live scared and believe the nonsense that the government puts out have fun, because when I had covid the government was telling people not to wear masks. LOL
  8. Serious question. Some are saying that the antibodies do not last, however if this is true then the vaccine antibodies are also not permanent making the vaccine temporary for the current strain and useless to the new mutated strains evolving
  9. The marshes of 20000 years ago were already washed away Funny how the Earth survived without Neanderthals banning campfires
  10. I thought that the current covid mutations were producing less violent strains that allow the virus to continue to spread without killing the host? It should also be noted that covid 19 is not a flu virus
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