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Re: Cure long Covid




by sicetaitsimple » 28/09/23, 21:01

gegyx wrote:
sicetaitsimple wrote:Sorry, I am especially unable to define what “a covidist opinion” is.

And too lazy to delete a duplicate properly : Cheesy:


Does it disrupt your understanding?
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 29/09/23, 08:29

28/09/23, 20:55
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Not being inclined to your sausage,
. I'm not keen on your andouillettes, nor your pudding, in this case since I'm VG
I don't think it would be wise to respond to this largely distorted interpretation of my words.
A deformer, deformer and a half. In reality, you are afraid like all those who see their beliefs called into question, whatever the subject may be, and who prefer to take refuge in an attitude of majesty outraged by so much presumption.
However, it is not difficult to “prove” what is actually provable and supposedly proven. But nothing, nothing, nothing, zero everywhere. You are disappointing!

NB: I remind you, if necessary, that you did not want to present a single one of the "proofs" that you invoke, to compare them with other scientific "proofs", too. All these having been reviewed in the subject evolution/chance in the debate with Sen no sen (ignoring the non-scientific comments of the usual zozos)
Now if there is a single point that seems unclear to you, I am at your disposal to clarify this or these
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Macro » 29/09/23, 09:04

gegyx wrote:
sicetaitsimple wrote:Sorry, I am especially unable to define what “a covidist opinion” is.

And too lazy to delete a duplicate properly : Cheesy:


Probably because a response had already been posted...And from then on it is impossible for the common user to delete their message..All that remains is the solution of involving a moderator or if there is still time to 'edit the post as he did.

In short..
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Ahmed » 29/09/23, 10:21

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 Remundo » 29/09/23, 10:24

a lot of irony and aggression in the last messages.

Stay gentlemen, please
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Re: Cure long Covid




by gegyx » 29/09/23, 10:36

Macro wrote:Probably because a response had already been posted...And from then on it is impossible for the common user to delete their message..All that remains is the solution of involving a moderator or if there is still time to 'edit the post as he did. ref..

Yes, and yet with a little logic, it can be done, but it is less "simple" :D
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Re: Cure long Covid




by izentrop » 29/09/23, 11:39

Macro wrote:Probably because a response had already been posted...And from then on it is impossible for the common user to delete their message..All that remains is the solution of involving a moderator or if there is still time to 'edit the post as he did. ref..
The answer was the duplicate, he could delete the duplicate instead of editing the previous post : Wink:
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Re: Cure long Covid




by izentrop » 11/11/23, 03:44

Long Covid still there, the most affected: rather young women. The vaccine, the best solution...
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 11/11/23, 08:08

and super funny continuing his vaccine-maniac propaganda with lots of fake news as usual. These long covids concern both the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, the virus not giving a damn about pro or anti philosophies.
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Re: Cure long Covid




by Janic » 11/11/23, 08:44

29/09/23, 10:21
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Nothing can be proven to someone who rejects all evidence that disproves him: the facts? [*]appearances...
you obviously want to talk here about yourself!
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...
These criteria are those expressed by the scientists cited, in the subjects concerned, not mine.

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