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    The coronavirus, its genome, and 3 little antibodies...


    This is the show from Wednesday, January 29th, 2020



    SUMMARY:




    * Special Mid-week RSR Episode: Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart interviews molecular biologist Dr. Kevin Anderson, director of the CRS Van Andel research center in Arizona on the coronavirus outbreak. Reportedly, early patients had connections to a seafood and animal market in Wuhan and, as reason for concern, Americans evacuated from that Chinese city land in Southern California. Thankfully though, already, the full genome of the 2019-nCoV coronavirus strain has been sequenced and made available publicly to researchers worldwide.



    * On RSR Only: This early in the epidemic, as an RSR connection that you'll likely get no where else, remember that in October 2019 the journal Science reported on a huge breakthrough against the flu effective for apparently all known human and non-human strains. A family of three targeted antibodies disable all of the many varied forms of a viral protein by essentially putting a physical "loop" through the "gears" of the very mechanism used to spread the disease throughout the body. So, while a pandemic of course is possible, RSR remains optimistic because of such extraordinary developments! So stay tuned! Also, a 2018 Nobel prize winner has just confirmed something that Bob and Kevin said on air four years ago, that (among all the ways that Darwinism has hindered science), biology professors thought that killer immune system cells were "too weird evolutionarily" to even exist. That helps to explain why for "more than 100 years, medical researchers [most of them] concluded that the immune system and cancer simply had nothing to say to each other. ... Cancer immunotherapy was condemned as a quaint if simplistic idea based on... bad [non-Darwinian] science." And for other related programs, see rsr.org/kevin-anderson.





    * Denver Post's Shelley Bradbury: In her report, Can a baby be abused in the womb?, a question not unlike, Can a Hispanic be a racist?, which shouldn't have to be asked, Bradbury quotes a CRTL spokesman...



    Bob Enyart, a spokesman for Colorado Right To Life, said Wednesday he’d be glad to see such prosecutions. "That would be awesome," he said. "If the mother does drugs and her baby is born with an addiction, that is child abuse. We need to love our children and not treat them like disposable trash."


    Colorado RTL has long pushed to establish personhood for unborn babies, and the issue has been put to the state's voters three times. Even though those who kill unborn babies commit a felony under the state's unlawful termination statute, Enyart said that law doesn't go far enough.


    "It's as if you killed a man and you were charged with murder, but if you killed a woman you were charged with some kind of property crime," he said. "You could intuitively see the insult, and the disgrace that is, to dehumanize a whole sector of our society."




    Today's Resource: Evidence Against the Big Bang When people wonder what evidence exists for the Big Bang, many ask Google. And not surprisingly, when folks search for: evidence against the Big Bang, Google sends most of them on over to Real Science Radio's List of Evidence Against the Big Bang. Yet this is surprising: When NASA urges you to trust the theory because of its confirmed "predictions", folks who Google: big bang predictions, also find RSR's article ranked #1!



    This video can help prepare you for the coming revolution in cosmology. The nine pieces of evidence presented herein are bringing people out of the failed science of the 1900s and into the 21st century demanding truth regarding both the origin of universe and ultimately, the origin of ourselves.


    And now, let's leave out the word "predictions" and leave out the word "against". Increasingly, when scientists and others just Google: big bang evidence, the search engine is sending them on over to RSR's evidence AGAINST the Big Bang! So whether you are a creationist or even if you're dug in still defending the old scheme on the origin of the cosmos, you'll want to watch this video to catch up with the latest amazing science on the big bang!


    ENDORSEMENTS


    Former NASA Cassini Saturn mission lead ground systems administrator David Coppedge:

    "Great work on the Big Bang video! It's excellent. You did your homework and the information is presented clearly at the right level for most people. I like how you preemptively close off comeback arguments from materialists."

    Coppedge is a board member of the group that produced the Privileged Planet video.


    Australian physicist, cosmologist, professor, and award-winning co-creator of the world's most precise clock, physicist Dr. John Hartnett:

    "I recommend that you buy and watch RSR's Big Bang video! I find it to be excellent. During RSR's on-air debate with Lawrence Krauss, this leading big bang proponent said that, 'All evidence overwhelmingly supports the big bang.' So RSR began assembling a list of peer-reviewed evidence against the paradigm which led to this great video!"


    Evidence Against the Big Bang - Blu-ray, DVD or Video Download
    Last edited by Jefferson; February 5th, 2020, 11:38 AM.
    WARNING: Graphic video here.

  • #2
    Possible antiviral remedies are colloidal silver and chlorine dioxide (MMS). There are also a lot of herbs which can boot your immune system.

    Disinfo sites like Rolling Stone are conflating MMS with Chlorox. Chlorox contains sodium hypochlorite (toxic to cells), but MMS contains sodium chlorite (non-toxic to cells). Like with any chemical, you should know what you are doing if you try using MMS.
    Last edited by Theo102; February 1st, 2020, 03:14 PM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Theo102 View Post
      Possible antiviral remedies are colloidal silver and chlorine dioxide (MMS). There are also a lot of herbs which can boot your immune system.

      Disinfo sites like Rolling Stone are conflating MMS with Chlorox. Chlorox contains sodium hypochlorite (toxic to cells), but MMS contains sodium chlorite (non-toxic to cells). Like with any chemical, you should know what you are doing if you try using MMS.
      https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consum..._source=Eloqua

      So do I follow the recommendations of the FDA or Theo102 a random TOL poster? Same question as in, "My tooth hurts, so I see my car mechanic or my dentist?"

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      • #4
        Also, a 2018 Nobel prize winner has just confirmed something that Bob and Kevin said on air four years ago, that (among all the ways that Darwinism has hindered science), biology professors thought that killer immune system cells were "too weird evolutionarily" to even exist.

        From the OP. The links dont seem to work. Who was the 2018 Nobel prize winner, what did he say, when and where? Thanks

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post

          https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consum..._source=Eloqua

          So do I follow the recommendations of the FDA or Theo102 a random TOL poster? Same question as in, "My tooth hurts, so I see my car mechanic or my dentist?"
          Well, I wouldn't listen to the FDA either...the Federal Death Agency? No thanks...
          The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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          • #6
            Coronavirus: A Contrived Pandemic? Caused By A Gene Mutation Or By A Meteorological Phenomenon?


            By Bill Sardi

            January 30, 2020
            The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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            • #7
              Lew Rockwell site. There ya go

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              • #8
                Originally posted by drbrumley View Post

                Well, I wouldn't listen to the FDA either...the Federal Death Agency? No thanks...
                Who would you listen to for medical information? Theo102?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post

                  Lew Rockwell site. There ya go
                  Yeah i know, crackpots and all......
                  The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post

                    Who would you listen to for medical information? Theo102?
                    Probably not.....just like I wouldnt listen to the FDA..
                    The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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                    • #11
                      You're far too trusting...there ya go.
                      The state — whatever its particular forms — always expresses itself as a collective form of property ownership. All political systems are socialistic, in that they are premised upon the subservience of individual interests to collective authority. Communism, fascism, lesser forms of state socialism, and welfarism, are all premised upon the state’s usurpation of privately-owned property. Whether one chooses to be aligned with the political "Left," "Right," or "Middle," comes down to nothing more than a preference for a particular franchise of state socialism.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post

                        https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consum..._source=Eloqua

                        So do I follow the recommendations of the FDA or Theo102 a random TOL poster? Same question as in, "My tooth hurts, so I see my car mechanic or my dentist?"
                        Appeal to Authority
                        argumentum ad verecundiam

                        (also known as: argument from authority, ipse dixit)

                        Description: Insisting that a claim is true simply because a valid authority or expert on the issue said it was true, without any other supporting evidence offered. Also see the appeal to false authority.

                        https://www.logicallyfallacious.com/...l-to-Authority

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by drbrumley View Post

                          Probably not.....just like I wouldnt listen to the FDA..
                          Didn't answer the question, who would you listen to for medical information?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Theo102 View Post

                            Appeal to Authority
                            argumentum ad verecundiam

                            (also known as: argument from authority, ipse dixit)

                            Description: Insisting that a claim is true simply because a valid authority or expert on the issue said it was true, without any other supporting evidence offered. Also see the appeal to false authority.

                            https://www.logicallyfallacious.com/...l-to-Authority
                            Ah, so you simply don't take the recommendations of any authority?Or do you just sell that MMS junk?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post
                              Ah, so you simply don't take the recommendations of any authority?Or do you just sell that MMS junk?
                              The point is that your question was based on a fallacy.

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