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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Most cancers are gerontological diseases, so we would expect low cancer rates in nations where the average age is low and people die from other things long before they have the opportunity to die from cancer.
    Excellent point.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Grantham View Post
    Care to explain? What's the concern?
    You people have lied to us at every step of this two-year process -- you science-types and the government bureaucrats and your media. A simple breath test is far too easy to administer, too cheap, and too non-invasive to cause anybody to object to it. We will later discover that it actually administers a substance/device/process that will be a very bad deal for lots of stupid people. Like the "vaccines" but no needles. Or some brand new use for the information obtained, which may have nothing to do with Covid at all.

    Anyone who is not cynical at this level is a fool. See what you've done?

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    Some people have raised the issue of Elon Musk's stance on climate change.
    Keep in mind that electric vehicles have been an area of high interest to Elon since his college days and maybe before that.
    If he has to believe in climate change for the project to have a chance, he will.
    Similarly, the famed geneticist, George Church also has to believe (or at least tell people he does) deforestation in Siberia is good for the climate if he wants to have the opportunity to resurrect the Wooly Mammoth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Some people have raised the issue of Elon Musk's stance on climate change.
    What do you want, perfection?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
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    Anything obviously wrong?
    She’s wearing a mask but testing her breath. Sure there are claims the mask stops the COVID but some by product is still testable, but, really, is that an insane picture to put (and quickly remove) from the front page of the NYTs?

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    The picture is so small we can't see the details. But I stand by my assessment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post

    Keep in mind that electric vehicles have been an area of high interest to Elon since his college days and maybe before that.
    If he has to believe in climate change for the project to have a chance, he will.
    I don’t follow him closely, so don’t know what he’s said about climate change.

    He does think silent super cars are cool. And he wants to add jets to his vehicles eventually. More cool factor that has nothing to do with climate.

    Much of his work is a laboratory for Mars colonization. If I read him right, that initiative is largely driven by the need for humanity to “do something interesting” (bad paraphrase) - not climate change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Grantham View Post
    Care to explain? What's the concern?
    FAUCI: "THIS WOULDN'''T BE THE FIRST TIME A JAB ACTUALLY MADE PEOPLE WORSE"

    It's all about self preservation, Mike. You guys are officially creepy now...chasing us and our kids around with needles. You see what this looks like to us, right? We don't trust you anymore, especially when you continue to defend this insanity.

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    The are very few coincidences these days.[/QUOTE]

    And the peanut butter is about to hit the fan about the laptop and the big man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VNV View Post
    He does think silent super cars are cool.
    Yes and when you buy one you get 12 months of Twitter Blue for free. However you need to consider that the battery packs that run these cars have only a certain amount of recharge cycles and if you don't crash it the battery replacement cost will more than pay for a Dodge Challenger fuels costs for 20 years. And I would rather the sound of a V8!

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