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The links between antivax, anti abortion, anti science...




by izentrop » 06/07/22, 01:44

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by Christophe » 06/07/22, 01:53

Yes and ?

So the good theories come from Africa or from Islam?

Cathos bastards!

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by ABC2019 » 06/07/22, 06:37

Christophe wrote:Yes and ?

So the good theories come from Africa or from Islam?

Cathos bastards!

: Cheesy: : Mrgreen: :|

religions have always held back science, but they have not prevented freer minds from developing it. Islam had a tolerant period which saw the emergence of many scholars, for example Al Khwarizmi, inventor of algebra and who introduced "Arabic" (in fact Indian) numerals to the West. Many stars and chemicals (like alcohol) have names of Arabic origin. It is on that they missed the turning point of modern times because of their religious radicalization, but it is certainly not to the fundamentalist Catholics either that we owe this turning point. And in many ways, this forum defends obscurantist anti-science positions, moreover often quite openly.
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by Janic » 06/07/22, 07:45

ABCile
It is on that they missed the turning point of modern times because of their religious radicalization, but it is certainly not to the fundamentalist Catholics either that we owe this turning point. And in many ways, this forum defends obscurantist anti-science positions, moreover often quite openly.
Coming from an anti-science obscurantist, it is the hospital that makes fun of charity. (Or else it speaks for itself!)
Who religiously believes in pseudo-vaccines, despite scientific evidence of their ineffectiveness? the bouzo!
Who believes superstitiously, as a pseudo-zetetic fanatic, that H is ineffective? The bouzo, always!
Who superstitiously believes in the virtues of chemical poisons? The bouzo! Etc....
and who missed the turn of modern times because of their non-religious, macho radicalization towards women and children? No voting rights, no personal account, housewife slave laying kids, no positions of responsibility in business or politics, etc... and the bouzo that talks about modernity, the funny thing! : roll:
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by ABC2019 » 06/07/22, 08:03

Janic wrote:ABCile
It is on that they missed the turning point of modern times because of their religious radicalization, but it is certainly not to the fundamentalist Catholics either that we owe this turning point. And in many ways, this forum defends obscurantist anti-science positions, moreover often quite openly.
Coming from an anti-science obscurantist, it is the hospital that makes fun of charity. (Or else it speaks for itself!)
Who religiously believes in pseudo-vaccines, despite scientific evidence of their ineffectiveness? the bouzo!
Who believes superstitiously, as a pseudo-zetetic fanatic, that H is ineffective? The bouzo, always!


if we follow Janic well, science has only been able to demonstrate two things in its entire history; the ineffectiveness of vaccines, and the effectiveness of homeopathy.

Everything else is bogus science.
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by Janic » 07/07/22, 08:33

ABCile
if we follow Janic well,
You have never managed to follow and understand half of the interventions of others.
science has been able to demonstrate only two things throughout its history; the ineffectiveness of vaccines, and the effectiveness of homeopathy.
the ABCile has still not understood anything in the sense of the word science which consists in knowing, not in judging their intrinsic value which is only verified by numerous examples and duration. So the bouzo confuses pseudo Zetetician belief and real science.
As for the ineffectiveness of vaccines, it is not Janic who claims it, but the official statistics of the various countries where this has been practiced for more than a century! And you would know it if you consulted these archives rather than remaining in your superstitious beliefs of false science!
As for the effectiveness of H, it has not been practiced for a century by doctors who were first officially qualified in allopathic medicine and who know how to recognize the results obtained on patients in the same way as allopaths do for theirs. And you would know that too if you didn't just pretend to know about it when you stubbornly refuse to inform yourself!
Everything else is bogus science.
and the ignoramus continues to play the fools...which he succeeds perfectly! : Evil:
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by ABC2019 » 07/07/22, 13:26

Janic wrote:ABCile
if we follow Janic well,
You have never managed to follow and understand half of the interventions of others.
science has been able to demonstrate only two things throughout its history; the ineffectiveness of vaccines, and the effectiveness of homeopathy.
the ABCile has still not understood anything in the sense of the word science which consists in knowing, not in judging their intrinsic value which is only verified by numerous examples and duration. So the bouzo confuses pseudo Zetetician belief and real science.
As for the ineffectiveness of vaccines, it is not Janic who claims it, but the official statistics of the various countries where this has been practiced for more than a century! And you would know it if you consulted these archives rather than remaining in your superstitious beliefs of false science!
As for the effectiveness of H, it has not been practiced for a century by doctors who were first officially qualified in allopathic medicine and who know how to recognize the results obtained on patients in the same way as allopaths do for theirs. And you would know that too if you didn't just pretend to know about it when you stubbornly refuse to inform yourself!
Everything else is bogus science.
and the ignoramus continues to play the fools...which he succeeds perfectly! : Evil:


so you agree perfectly with what I said: according to you Science (in particular medical sciences) has only been able to prove two things: the ineffectiveness of vaccines and the effectiveness of homeopathy.

How could I not have followed and understood your position by saying that?
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by Remundo » 07/07/22, 13:30

ABC2019 wrote: And in many ways, this forum defends obscurantist anti-science positions, moreover often quite openly.

Fortunately, his Eminence Gillesque raises the level!

If arrogance and bad faith were sold, you would be a billionaire...
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by Janic » 07/07/22, 20:08

So you totally agree with what I said.
Like I said, you play dumb and you're perfectly good at it. So stop your little game useless to think in place of others!
in your opinion Science (especially medical sciences)
again : Arrowu:
has only been able to prove two things: the ineffectiveness of vaccines and the effectiveness of homeopathy.
you are confusing (but you must not ask yourself to think too much) science and the interpretation of facts : Arrowd: If you had consulted these State archives, it would have saved you from continuing to write this bullshit
How could I not have followed and understood your position by saying that?
it is not MY position that matters, but the reality on the ground verified on millions of individuals. Go back to your doghouse, pug!
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by ABC2019 » 07/07/22, 21:09

Remundo wrote:
ABC2019 wrote: And in many ways, this forum defends obscurantist anti-science positions, moreover often quite openly.

Fortunately, his Eminence Gillesque raises the level!

If arrogance and bad faith were sold, you would be a billionaire...


bad faith, really? Who else is defending rational positions on the forum so, do you think?
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