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Easy livin

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  1. On average of takes 7 years of clinical trials before a new drug is put forward for licence.
  2. so are you saying that after 6-months of repeatedly hearing how everybody has to look after the elderly and the vulnerable that the untested and may be dangerous vaccines with unknown long term effects will actually be tested on the vulnerable and elderly
  3. And in 10-years when it has been accurately tested in the same way as any other medicine on the market has been tested then I may consider thinking about it. Anyone who allows an untested drug to be injected into themselves in the hope that they will not die from a virus that already has a minuscule chance of actually killing them is a fool. Queue up queue up please let the testing begin on you. Just not on me
  4. i thought you said you had had enough and where not commenting on my posts again? Wrong. come back in ten yrs time when you can look back and see just how wrong you are. look at all the photos of students, young folk, happy people. you can see what "social" look like
  5. Can we please stop using that idiotic phrase social distancing. It's anti social distancing. In general we are a very sociable species
  6. Welcome to the Sheffield Forum, where any views that dont agree with the inhouse forum bullies gets dismissed as idiotic.
  7. Another opportunity to inflate the numbers. Wait a day or two and those innacurate numbers will be quoted as fact in most national papers
  8. You seem very keen on making statements about what could happen. About how many more will die etc Even the "experts". Accept their modelling was flawed to the point of guesswork. I am pleased you have "given up" You have a lot to say. None off it ever anything that you have not been brainwashed to repeat. As you have given up I look forward to a less noisy thread.
  9. The consequence is that a tiny percentage of already poorly people would have shorter lives. That's it In total.
  10. Next to come. £100 fine for parking in a spot used by someone else if you have not disinfected to it. And then smiling in the direction of a pensioner
  11. It's too prove the guv are in charge.
  12. We can't be sure of covid deaths because the test used is flawed. Because lots of death certificates are for people to had no test after death, and because the methods of counting have been shown to be faulty. How about this for an idea. You believe what you want. I will believe what I want And in ten yrs time we can look at what is known then and see which of us are right. I appreciate a lot of you are struggling with anyone who questions your beliefs. Good. Keep struggling.
  13. 4th word in that article. probably. Meaning. What follows is guesswork. Makes a mockery of the domain name.
  14. And in return I am beginning to understand why you might believe every word you have been force fed for the past 6 months
  15. Could. A great word Like. Might. I am sure there are legions of care home deaths who had ten years ahead of them.
  16. I am struggling to believe that there as still people that think this thing is even a tiny bit as dangerous as the media brainwashing has said it is. if your not already very ill. the chance of death from Covid - 19 is miniscule. teeny not very much etc
  17. Every single expert. On every single TV or radio station every day. I believe the word used to scare people is asymptomatic
  18. as the vast majority of people feel no symptoms with Covid, if your son was feeling unwell, statistically he was more likely to be unwell from any one of the thousands of things that do have symptoms than of covid.
  19. a very old link. but one that will become more relevant soon https://www.theverge.com/2013/1/16/3882900/verizon-software-engineer-outsourced-his-entire-job-to-china
  20. The biggest benefits will be to the companies Once they realise they can communicate with their staff from home, they will look for cost cutting measures. anyone who is an accountant, a software engineer, a customer service rep. can be replaced by a cheaper version in a cheaper country. look how quickly the call centres where outsourced. there are going to be a lot of smug home workers looking for work in the next few years
  21. because most people have been told what to think. but not how to think they will echo whatever their chosen peer group have told them to echo.
  22. Thank you for that quote and that fact Now tell me the medical background on that 64 year old man Was he fit was he healthy was he a smoker was he overweightalso where are you basing your information that the first person to die was a 64 year old man are you like the others who are applying basing it on what you have read in the mainstream media all you have to do is open your eyes and look around the world is getting back to normal people are going to work people are having parties people and meeting on beaches people are going to protests people are not dropping down dead no matter how much the mainstream media want to tell you they are You are more than welcome to follow all of those restrictions to your life if it makes you feel safer but what make you feel safer make somebody else feel restricted In about 5-years time I'm with a look back on this and and at that point we may know one or two facts but at the moment all anybody knows is either what the media is feeding people on a daily basis or what people zone eyes are telling them And my eyes are not seeing piles of dead people
  23. i am certainly not bothered if i catch it. my social circle does not include anyone over 80. or anyone with copd or obese. so the chance of anyone getting unwell is miniscule. i have not entered a shop since the mask rule came in so no need to wear a muzzle. and i dont use public transport. does that answer your questions. I am more worried about the 180,000 missed cancer appointments. the fact that in a few years a load of families will lose a parent in middle age. that suicides and depression is up that unemployment is through the roof and all the heartache that brings if its diffiicult to transmit outdoors. why do the papers continue with the panic everytime there is a photo of a beach. if its difficult to transmit outdoors why are outdoor events still shut.
  24. so if in 2 weeks time there is no "spike" will you continue to insist that being close to people will be a disaster. there was no spike after the 300,000 BLM protesters or the thousands on beaches its starting to look like the "projections" from the "experts" are not being met by the real world examples
  25. you and a lot others listened to Neil Ferguson a number of times [Imperial College epidemiologist Neil] Ferguson was behind the disputed research that sparked the mass culling of eleven million sheep and cattle during the 2001 outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease. He also predicted that up to 150,000 people could die. There were fewer than 200 deaths. . . . In 2002, Ferguson predicted that up to 50,000 people would likely die from exposure to BSE (mad cow disease) in beef. In the U.K., there were only 177 deaths from BSE. In 2005, Ferguson predicted that up to 150 million people could be killed from bird flu. In the end, only 282 people died worldwide from the disease between 2003 and 2009. In 2009, a government estimate, based on Ferguson’s advice, said a “reasonable worst-case scenario” was that the swine flu would lead to 65,000 British deaths. In the end, swine flu killed 457 people in the U.K. Last March, Ferguson admitted that his Imperial College model of the COVID-19 disease was based on undocumented, 13-year-old computer code that was intended to be used for a feared influenza pandemic, rather than a coronavirus. Ferguson declined to release his original code so other scientists could check his results. He only released a heavily revised set of code last week, after a six-week delay. So the real scandal is: Why did anyone ever listen to this guy? Experts eh. never get anything wrong do they. https://statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu/2020/05/08/so-the-real-scandal-is-why-did-anyone-ever-listen-to-this-guy/
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