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Winston2020
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Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

https://www.cisa.gov/mdm

CISAs Mis-, Dis-, and Malinformation (MDM) team is charged with building national resilience to MDM and foreign influence activities. Through these efforts, CISA helps the American people understand the scope and scale of MDM activities targeting elections and critical infrastructure, and enables them to take actions to mitigate associated risks. The MDM team was formerly known as the Countering Foreign Influence Task Force (CFITF).

ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 12, 2022: Today, CISA released an updated set of Disinformation Stops With You infographics as part of the Optical Illusions social media campaign. False or misleading information can evoke a strong emotional reaction that leads people to share it without first looking into the facts for themselves, polluting healthy conversations about the issues and increasing societal divisions. These infographics include five proactive steps you can take to help stop the spread of disinformation.

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Their COVID-19 infographics are incredibly dated (May 2020 and ??? 2020) and, therefore, don't mention vaccine "mis-, dis-, and mal- information" because the vaccines didn't yet exist.

Would it be wrongthink to wonder why they haven't been updated for two years to mention the incredibly widespread vaccine critiques from experts which contradict the official narrative as "mis-, dis-, and mal- information"?:

https://www.cisa.gov/sites/default/files....

https://www.cisa.gov/sites/default/files....
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@Reformedhippy - And delicious! Beef tallow is a taste of heaven.

@Frieza - It is interesting how many incredible varieties of plants the Dutch could come up with using old fashioned selective breeding. There is no excuse to start messing with the genes of other species.
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From research on long COVID:

11 minute video: SARS-COV2 has the ability to replicate in (gut) bacteria!
2 May 2022

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3esa-E5....

Full presentation:

https://vejonhealth.com/wp-content/uploa....

Human pathogens are not also bacteriophages because, as for example with SARS-CoV-2, the ACE2 surface proteins on human cells allowing virus attachment and injection are not present on the bacteria's surface. As he said in the above video, if this is confirmed, SARS-CoV-2 is unique in this respect and that may be a clue to non-natural origins of it, but it's a topic that he says "no one wants to tackle."

Without ACE2, they're wondering how it infects the bacteria. I wish I'd been in their conference to mention this, something I read about when it was released:

SARS-CoV-2 Spreads through Cell-to-Cell Transmission
Jun 2021

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article....

Herein we provide evidence that SARS-CoV-2 spreads through cell-cell contact in cultures, mediated by the spike glycoprotein. SARS-CoV-2 spike is more efficient in facilitating cell-to-cell transmission than SARS-CoV spike, which reflects, in part, their differential cell-cell fusion activity.

I disagree the doctor in the video on one point. He correctly believes, I think, that the fecal-oral infection route is not likely due to the virus having to survive the digestive tract. I agree IF the virus actually reaches the acidic stomach.

HOWEVER, a bacteria containing many viruses may act as a moist, protective, better-than-nothing UV shielding capsule for the viruses inside of it until that bacteria is ruptured by human hands on a fecal bacteria contaminated surface. At that point any contact of the hand with the eyes, nose or THROAT via eating with unwashed hands presents live viruses that can cause infection:

The COVID-19 Coronavirus (also) Infects the Throat, Not Just the Lungs

https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/covid-19/....

Bacteriophages in Human Disease

https://knowledge.carolina.com/life-scie....

Bacteriophages are viruses that infect bacteria. They are a major agent of horizontal gene transfer between bacteriaa concept covered in AP Biology and other biology classes. What students may not be aware of is the role bacteriophages play in human disease.

Bacteriophages play a critical role in some human diseases

You would not expect bacteria viruses to have an effect on human beings, but a closer look reveals that bacteriophages (phages) can play a critical role in human disease. The relationship between phages and human disease is complex. Some of the diseases that have long plagued human beings are indirectly caused by phages.

Microorganisms - 2018 Jun
Bacteriophages as New Human Viral Pathogens

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article....

Our recent human metagenome and phagobiota proteome analyses and studies in relevant animal models suggested that bacterial viruses might be implicated in the progression and maintenance of at least some pathologies, including those associated with protein misfolding. Here, for the first time, we propose the concept of bacteriophages as human pathogens. We suggest that bacterial viruses have different ways to directly and indirectly interact with eukaryotic cells and proteins, leading to human diseases. Furthermore, we suggest different causes of bacteriophages infection on the basis of the unique ways of interplay of phages, microbiota, and the human host.

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SO, what other nasty surprises will we be getting in the future due to the long-term effects of this human pathogen which ALSO appears to be a bacteriophage?
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KD - can Sarah post the dimensions and type of canvas her butterfly painting has?
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Several years ago I came across a USDA short film "Miracles from Agriculture, from 1960. In it, they mentioned "other scientists have fixed the glutens in flour" but I have never been able to find out anything more about how they "fixed" it.
Skip to 8:23.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3nhpLck....

Out of curiosity, I did buy some Red Fife wheat seed and plan to grow it to see how it differs from modern wheat. Red Fife came from Scotland about 170 years ago. I eat almost no wheat or wheat products, but once in a while I do like a bit of homemade bread or farina. I guess I'll see how it affects me.
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@Ronniemcghee - Dimensions SHOULD be on there. Toss me a PM with a phone number and I'll text it to her -- she'll get you whatever you want to know.

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@Shadowmask
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Coconut oil is a great moisturizer.


That may present some interesting opportunities since it can also be eaten.

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Flour and sugar are also a disaster for teeth. Weston Price wrote about this nearly 100 years ago.

Once indigenous groups starting eating flour and sugar, their dental health quickly went to hell. They went from having perfect teeth and not needing a dentist to crooked teeth, rotting teeth, cavities, etc...

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@bluto the cats have never licked/eaten my face while I sleep so nothing too interesting.
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@ JW,

My repub governor opposed mandates, and led the charge against them after the wu flu jig was up. How about yours?

Double bonus....lefties want to literally groom kids. You see any dems opposing this? I see plenty of repubs doing so. Including my repub gov.

And Republicans-appointed judges stopped me being forced to choose jab or job. Of course I would tell anyone who gave me that choice to **** right the **** off.

But if you think living with democraps and (even worse) living around and befriending those that vote left is the same as repubs....go ahead.....be my guest.

Just make sure your life insurance is paid.

P.s. I have a LOT more experience living in blue zoos than you will EVER have. Complete with being missed at a drive-by, family subjected to numerous thefts, assaults, robberies, etc. etc. etc.

And all before I turned 30!!!
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@flyover

Have you ever tried Italian flour?

My wife (who knows a lot of weird health stuff) says the Italians grow an heirloom wheat that hasn't been hybridized.

Our wheat lacks something (a protein, I believe) and this causes our digestive tract problems. We don't eat a lot of flour (due mostly to its ability to add pounds to our bodies, but also because my wife feels yucky if she eats too much wheat).

I used to bake a lot of breads so I have some experience using flour. Since switching to the Italian flour I don't like using the crap in the store. Everything I make with it is better. It is the absolute best for pizzas. The dough can be stretched thin and develops lovely air pockets.

The brand we use is Caputo "OO" Blue Flour

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@Uncephalized the answer is basically what @Shadowmask said:
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Modern wheat is genetically modified. This change happened in the past 70 years. It resulted in higher yields, but explosion of celiac disease and other gluten sensitivities. So yes, modern wheat is more dangerous to more people than the historical varieties such that peasants used to eat. No, making your own bread at home using the exact same **** wheat does not make a difference.

@Frieza is correct in that it is not GMO in that they edited the genes, but historic wheat was significantly cross-bread, hybridized, etc. to create modern wheat which is worse. The best descriptions of all this I've seen come from William Davis MD, mostly known for Wheatbelly. His stuff is easy to find.

He agrees with @Tickerguy that all fast carbs are bad and that just because modern grains are worse does not make historic grains good. He also agrees that all the seed oils are bad.
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@Blanca and Tickerguy

"There is a book, "The Great Prostate Hoax", written by Richard Ablin, who discovered PSA. He alleges that this discovery was co-opted by the BigPharma and the medical establishment into a multi-billion dollar business. PSA was never meant to be used to screen for prostate cancer. Now the PSA test is used to send men off to have their prostates checked for "cancer" using needle biopsies, and if the biopsy indicates "cancer" then the prostate is often removed, and the man ends up with all the well-known side-effects. If a man has cancer in his prostate, it is nearly impossible to tell if it's the fast-growing type that will spread and kill him, or the slow growing type that will not kill him. Furthermore, if the cancer is the fast-growing type, removal of the prostate often will not cure the cancer. Men who are told to visit their urologists due to high PSA values should consider reading this book first."


The issue may not be which type of prostate cancer is present, they may all be basically similar, the issue WRT whether the cancer spreads beyond the prostate may be the underlying health and immune competence of the patient.

Vitamin D optimization is likely extremely important in immune competence and likely reduces cancer risk, along with a healthy diet as mentioned.

Also FWIW frequently ejaculating (at least once a day) is quite healthy for the prostate gland and may reduce the chances of prostate enlargement and possibly cancer.
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@TG

"Weeeeeeellllllll.... maybe @Eleua.

The test is a bit more-simple, really, in terms of what is suspect (without proof) and what isn't.

If you didn't -- and thus couldn't -- reasonably get more than a small amount of a given oil in your diet without mechanical assistance then AT MOST the human system has perhaps a few hundred years of exposure to it in volume, and our gut (and the rest of our metabolic processes) did NOT develop with it in common prevalence. This instantly excludes all vegetable oils because you could never get more than a tiny amount of corn oil by eating actual corn, for example.

Is the amount of olive oil you would ingest using it as a salad dressing a problem? Probably not. But can you use it with wild abandon? There's no evidence to suggest our gut knows how to deal with it because prior to fairly significant mechanical advantage required to press it in volume it wasn't available in volume to be consumed. Was there some consumed? Sure. Same with coconut oil; there was some consumed by eating coconuts, which people almost-certainly did in places where there were coconuts. But in amounts not compatible with consumption of the underlying thing -- there's no evidence, and the burden that its ok falls on the person asserting it is, since there certainly isn't thousands of years of high-volume consumption in our history to back up such a claim.

On the other hand the fat on a hunk of meat and fish was consumed by humans for as long as there were humans (and in the case of fish as long as man has known how to fish.) There's no question that the human gut developed in an environment where such was a large part of the diet and thus that evolutionary pressure would select FOR the consumption of same."

Absolutely right -- people forget that processed foods need to go through a PROCESS to eat them. Primarily for oils, this involves getting the oil from seeds by compressing the hell out of them with equipment that has only been available since the start of the Industrial Revolution. Look at the processing that is needed to produce rapeseed (canola) oil: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cfk2IXlZ....

Seeds are not meant to be absorbed into your gut. They are the a "deal" between a plant and animal -- the animal eats the plant/fruit containing the seed, absorbs the nutrients, and travels a distance away where the seeds are **** on the ground and make new plants. The plant uses the deal with the animal as a way of spreading itself around.
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Also FWIW frequently ejaculating (at least once a day) is quite healthy for the prostate gland and may reduce the chances of prostate enlargement and possibly cancer.


Mrs. Frat does not agree with your assessment. Such a pity.

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That's why God gave you two hands @Frat.... smiley

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Oh, granted, and they're rather chafed at me after 46 years...

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@Frat your wife is a nurse, she is supposed to keep you healthy.


And coconut oil is ****ing glorious, er makes ****ing glorious

Yeah, both work.

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Both coconut oil and olive oil (and probably others) have been produced since ancient times (~4000 BC).

 
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Also FWIW frequently ejaculating (at least once a day) is quite healthy for the prostate gland and may reduce the chances of prostate enlargement and possibly cancer.


Mrs. Frat does not agree with your assessment. Such a pity.

Yank on it.
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the cats have never licked/eaten my face while I sleep so nothing too interesting.


Like real estate, it is about location, location, location.

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Oh, great, it seems that there may be some sort of shedding possible:

From "Igor's Newsletter" on substack (Igor Chudov): May 2nd, 2022:

From the underlying study: comparison of nasal
swabs acquired from children living in vaccinated households revealed readily detectable
SARS-CoV-2-specific gG (Fig 1E), especially when compared to the complete deficit of SARS-
CoV-2-specific antibody detected in the few nasal swabs we obtained from children in non-
vaccinated households. (https://www.medrxiv.org/node/
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