Their tools are feces and plant proteins.
[The Higherside Chats] Sofia Smallstorm | Synthetic Biologists Vs The Federation Of Natural Life #theHighersideChats
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Another complete myth to rule your world.
History is so important: it reveals that most everything we beLIEve is a myth based on the occult.
The “science” of the past hundreds of years is simple alchemy.
Now you know why the coronavirushoax is possible.
It’s just more of the same.
Nuclear science with its magic radiating rocks is a total hoax.
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Since celebutards and politicians are getting COVID at an exponential rate compared to the regular riff raff, I ask the question, How can this be a bad thing?
Whatever they have, even if it is fictitious, to take out these deceivers — let’s make more of it!
After I write this, I see one of the top Youtubers and shameless shills (who makes top videos) is busy shilling for the governors.
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The final chapter in one of the biggest financial hoaxes in Canadian history.
Bre-X was the darling of the Toronto Stock Exchange after reporting finding a major gold deposit in Indonesia. But the Busang mine find was later revealed to be a fake, resulting in the company’s shares nose-diving and wiping out about $3 billion in investors’ money.
Even @anounceofsaltperday wouldn’t like the salting of this mine in this hoax.
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The appropriately numbered podcast is a Fakeologist’s delight.
It starts off with an astroNOT.
It has a sketchy origin story for helium’s discovery.
It’s taken over by the military.
It’s stored underground in its original rock, even though it’s impossible to contain.
Only one storage/source in the entire world.
It’s new price is now $119/unit (up from 65), as the government divests itself from its exclusive control.
It’s going to be harvested in the hotbed of fake resources (like uranium), Saskatchewan, Canada’s breadbasket.
Besides party balloons, it’s used by NASA and your super expensive healthcare industry (another industry rife with fakery and scams).
Like radioactivity and uranium, is there anything at all to helium, or is it something else that we have plenty of, disguised as a mythical occult gas?
@Smj and @jlb should en oy this puzzle.
#933: Find The Helium
2019-08-16 by NPR
Helium is so special, and so rare, that the U.S. government once tried to buy it all up. And hide it. But the government’s helium stockpile is running low. And we need it for MRI machines and NASA rockets.
The reporter in this piece is clearly younger. Whatever you call the younger generation, millennials or Gen Y, their speech patterns are aggravating. Too many likes, uptalks, and giggles to take anything they say seriously.No tags for this post.
DNA is a fraud science.
I like this little summary comment of it.
The DNA fingerprint test uses gel electrophoresis to group what they call microstellites and which are parts of parts of parts of the original DNA multiplied via PCR. It’s a picture with a pattern on it which has to be compared to another picture. The patterns are never the same. Even the patterns of the same DNA from a different test. They claim to have a database with numbers representing the patterns but they don’t tell how they obtain the numbers. Magic? So a couple of numbers covers the entire human DNA? The entire test was never scientifically tested. There is no competition for better testing. Nobody ever claimed to make better DNA-fingerprints, so they must be 100% perfect already, right? In real science you repeat the measurement many times to get the error rate. They never do. So they make no errors, right? All you can read about it in Wikipedia is so full of holes, I’m wondering anybody can take this seriously. I already explained many times, it is like looking for differences in two similar pictures. You can only find the differences. If you don’t find any, it does not mean they aren’t there. DNA of a worm is 99% the same as ours, so how do they find differences between humans based on a couple of numbers saved in a database? You say, it worked in your case so it must be true. If you’ll ban me now, fine.
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If you thought this story was ridiculous, then you’re sane. No one dares challenge the genius and we’re stuck with this myth.
Producer Nancy Updike tells the story of scientists who simply made up an invisible, weightless subatomic particle called the neutrino. Then they set out on the task of finding it, using tools that sound positively crude: A mineshaft and 100,000 gallons of dry cleaning fluid. (9 minutes)
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Two Canadians (of course) synergise their esoteric knowledge of architecture. These two should collaborate to solve the world’s secrets!
www.secretsinplainsight.com/co… SCOTT ONSTOTT I was educated as an architect at the University of California at Berkeley (graduated 1992) and worked in a number of prominent architecture and engineering offices in San Francisco in the first chapter of my career. Computer aided design was young during the early 1990s and I discovered that I had a natural talent for it. Technical books and videos on â?¦ AutoCAD, Photoshop, 3ds Max, SketchUp, and Revit. In the early days I self-publi