Skeptical Raptor got their COVID-19 vaccination – Bill Gates 5G nanobots are working

person aspirating the vaccine from the vial

On a beautiful March morning in Southern California, the ancient feathered dinosaur got their COVID-19 vaccination. Although it was difficult to go incognito to the vaccination center, this old raptor sat down in a tiny chair to get the Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.

Then it happened – I got the worst possible adverse effect to the COVID-19 vaccination, I entered the Bill Gates 5G nanobot Matrix. And I’m scared.

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Bell’s palsy and COVID-19 mRNA vaccines – let’s temper the concerns

Bell's palsy

A new issue has arisen with the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines – Bell’s palsy, a type of facial paralysis. The FDA has issued a “staff report” on Tuesday, 15 December 2020, that recommends monitoring people who receive those vaccines be monitored for the condition.

As I wrote earlier about the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine facts, there were a few reports of the condition after vaccination. However, we need to examine the situation carefully, so that we all have accurate information about the seriousness (or lack thereof) of this risk.

So, let’s dive into this.

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Acupuncture for treating Bell’s palsy–myth vs. science

4acupunctureOf all of the alternative medicine therapies, acupuncture is the one that seems to get the most research money, and gets the most claims of effectiveness. Emphasize “claim”, because as of yet, there are no studies that show anything beyond a placebo effect, and some have shown results worse than placebo. Most of the studies are poorly designed, with poor control groups, with poor results.

Here are just some of the Cochrane reviews of acupuncture research that conclude that acupuncture lacks any clinical efficacy:

That’s just a few of many negative studies. 

So what is acupuncture? Its theoretical basis is that health and sickness are caused by the good or bad flow of Qi through the body, in particular along the twelve major meridians of the body (though some authorities list fourteen or even more) which run from head to toe along the body, and which are associated with the bladder, gallbladder, heart, large intestine, small intestine, kidneys, liver, lungs, spleen, stomach, pericardium, and other things. It is a form of woo medical procedure based on sticking needles into the dermis at precise points to affect the Qi. Except there is no evidence at all that this Qi exists. It’s pseudoscience. Continue reading “Acupuncture for treating Bell’s palsy–myth vs. science”