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Re: Cure long Covid




by Ahmed » 11/11/23, 12:10

That still doesn't explain on what criteria you select the scientists to whom you refer, to the exclusion of others who think differently...
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Re: Cure long Covid




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 11/11/23, 12:16

Ahmed wrote:It's true: I'm literally terrified! : Lol: Nothing can be proven to someone who rejects all evidence that disproves him: the facts? appearances...
The real debate would be to understand what criteria you use to decide between the supporters of this or that theory, but there, it's radio silence...


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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 11/11/23, 14:18

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ahmed
That still doesn't explain on what criteria you select the scientists to whom you refer, to the exclusion of others who think differently...
good question!
On what criteria are the scientists selected who serve as references on evolution, vaccines, chemical medicine, nuclear power, etc.? By those who live from it...comfortably! There remain those who do not follow dogmatism on these subjects and who, historically, are the least numerous and therefore the least credible by precedents. However, if you had had the courage, even simply intellectual, to study these minority scientists you would know some their criteria. But obviously that doesn't interest you, which is your most legitimate right.
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 11/11/23, 14:30

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11/11/23, 13:16
“Thought must never submit, neither to a dogma, nor to a party, nor to a passion, nor to an interest, nor to a preconceived idea, nor to anything, except to the facts themselves. themselves, because, for her, to submit would be to cease to be.”
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quite right, which contradicts ton following statement
Ce forum is soluble in arbitrariness, creationism and obscurantism.
hence this other statement of the same kind:
Ce forum is then soluble in the superstition of evolution, arbitrary vaccinationism and the obscurantism of pseudo-pseudo-scientists! So you among others! : roll:
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Ahmed » 11/11/23, 15:12

So you had the courage ( : Shock: ) to study these minority scientists and you know their arguments, but that still doesn't tell me on what criteria you determine the relevance of their assertions compared to others...
Is it simply because there are fewer of them?
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 11/11/23, 18:39

11/11/23, 15:12
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So you had the courage ( : Shock: ) to study these minority scientists and you know their arguments, but that still doesn't tell me on what criteria you determine the relevance of their assertions compared to others...
Same thing as above: have you studied these majority scientists and do you know their arguments, because that still doesn't tell me on what criteria you determine the relevance of their assertions compared to others?
Is it simply because there are fewer of them?
Is it simply because there are more of them?
You see where this kind of usual funny ABCilities is going.
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 12/11/23, 09:16

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Ce forum is soluble in arbitrariness, monotheistic religions, creationism, conspiracy and obscurantism
Well, the obscurantist had forgotten to resolve his sexual problems with the(?) monotheists.

So correction necessary:
Ce forum is then soluble in the superstition of atheists of evolution, arbitrary vaccinationism and the obscurantism of the pseudo-pseudo-scientist... back!
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Re: Cure long Covid




by izentrop » 23/03/24, 02:39

A new study based on 4 ​​participants in the Michigan COVID-605 Recovery Surveillance Study shows that the prevalence of long COVID symptoms at 19 and 30 days after infection was 90% to 43% lower in adults fully vaccinated before infection.

“These findings support growing evidence that COVID-19 vaccination can be an important tool to reduce the burden of long COVID, providing evidence that can inform public health messaging regarding the benefits of COVID-19 vaccines” , concluded the authors.
https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/covid-19/stu ... ted-people
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