There are a lot of things I don’t know but that doesn’t mean that I can’t use what I do know to interpret and evaluate claims, data and information.
Let’s say that you are the triage nurse at the local ER. A patient presents with xyz complaint and then tells you to please tell the nurse who will draw her blood that she is a bit unusual and doesn’t want the nurse to freak out when the blood comes out green.
According to the patient this will happen because she claims to not have blood in her circulatory system, but Type IV Aircraft Deicing Fluid instead. Would you give your coworker the headsup that the blood sample will be green or will you correctly deduce that ethylene glycol couldn’t support human life and the patient’s belief is wrong?
The next patient you see claimed that when he went to the bathroom to urinate, a violin ”came out” and that it was quite a painful experience. (Knowing the diameter of the urethra we obviously realize that must have hurt. A lot.) So do you the triage nurse suspect some kind of psychiatric illness, head trauma or drug intoxication? Or do you send them off for a CT scan because you are dying to know exactly how many violins can fit into a human bladder?
I don’t think you’d have any problems figuring out the above patients. Why aren’t you also able to apply your knowledge as a nurse and realize right away that the mind-altering vaccine baloney is just that? Baloney.
Even without being a specialist in neuroscience I’m sure that you realize that the process that takes place when we feel things, remember things and make decisions is very complex.
What would be this vaccine’s mechanism of action? Targeting what exactly? With what? How would this vaccine work pharmacologically and physiologically? And what on earth would the vaccine maker be hoping to accomplish? It just doesn’t make sense.
I’m not poking fun. I just find it deeply troubling that you would even entertain the concept of Gates or anyone else having created a vaccine that can change people’s political or religious views.
You didn’t have to say that you believe it. The fact that you made a post mentioning this tells me that you don’t think it’s impossible. Personally, I dismissed it out of hand. I’m an ECREE (extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence) kind of person. You see, I don’t think that either Gates or anyone else has either the means nor the motive to do this. It’s as much fantasy as a person walking into an ER with deicing fluid coursing through their arteries and veins.
Kooky Korky, you appear to believe that all claims no matter how illogical, outrageous and most importantly unsubstantiated, have equal value and should be afforded the same consideration. To me, that’s not a rational approach to interpreting the world we live in.