Category Archives: Science hoaxes

DNA testing akin to PCR fakery

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This phony science has been convicting and killing people.…

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Sep COVID-19 is earthquake (drill) day

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If you don’t believe in amazing coincidences or earthquake machines, what else could it be? How about a great day to do major mining or fracking explosions? Fill in some extra fear and a few fake stories and you have a major earthquake.

I do know people that did sustain some major shaking and interior damage due to falling unsecured objects in their house in the coastal area. This doesn’t mean it’s a major earthquake, however.

“Today in astounding coincidences: Mexico had a nationwide earthquake safety drill today to mark the anniversary of the Sept 19, 2017 M 7.1 quake and the Sept 19, 1985 M 8.0 quake. An hour after the drill, a M 7.6 quake struck,” she tweeted above a link to Mexico News Daily‘s earthquake drill story.

Note: ‘astounding’ in a human perspective doesn’t mean anything geophysically strange is up! Mexico is no stranger to large quakes (especially on the subduction zone), and the probability of date coincidences can be surprising, as in the Birthday Problem,” Labedz added, referring to probability theory.

For his part, National Autonomous University physicist José Luis Mateos, said that the probability of having three large-magnitude earthquakes on the same day was one in 133,225, or 0.00075%.…

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Uranians: the born gay hoax

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The Born Gay Hoax pdf

Ryan Sorba website

Uranian (from Ancient Greek ???????? ???????; Aphrodite Urania) is a historical term for homosexual men. The word was also used as an adjective in association with male homosexuality or inter-male attraction regardless of sexual orientation.


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Is Simon’s tychos model getting attention?

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When the Miles Mathis operation takes note of Mercury’s retrograde, and it explains it with charges and Solar Minimum/Maximum theory (bunk?), then perhaps has reached high enough to attract misdirection.

Maybe things are going to get more interesting with our nearly stationary earth.

Looking forward  to Simon’s response.

Apparently it’s a hot topic because Mercury’s retrograde is being blamed, among other ridiculous misdirection, for Fecesbook’s outage. Link

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UFO hoax psyop

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Episode 55: The Collins Brothers on Invoking the Beyond and the ET Myth

2021-06-02 by Timothy Kelly

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H/t Exoterick

Paul and Phillip Collins return to Our Interesting Time to discuss their research regarding the UFO phenomenon and ET myth – subjects extensively covered in their new book – Invoking the Beyond: The Kantian Rift, Mythologized Menaces, and the Quest for the New Man. Their research connects Gnosticism, Darwinism and intelligence agencies in a centuries long scheme to deceive humanity.

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Why do Spacex Starlink Satellites only work near the US border?

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How can satellites so far up be only tuned to one country or very close to it?

Obviously because there are no satellites. We’re still dealing with long wave rf, likely from very high mast towers.

The Starlink satellite constellation now has 800 satellites in orbit and the company has now rolled out public beta testing accross the US and Canada. The “Better Than Nothing” public testing phase has now begun and Canadian users are starting to see beta testing invites. Users in the US now have the Starlink terminals, sold for US$499 (C$649), and a monthly fee of US$99 (C$129) per month. Total start up costs for a typical Canadian user are about C$800.…

Why lie about the satellites? It’s because providing service to a low density area is expensive, and only something from outer space can justify an outer space price.

Here’s a similar service that had just one big mast that couldn’t penetrate Canada’s biggest city market 20 years ago.…

The signals were then broadcast over the air from one of several transmission towers or base stations to a receiving antenna at subscribers’ homes or businesses


Here’s the likely technology used.

Fixed wireless.

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Where does the H go?

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If the Earth is mostly covered in water and water evaporates, where does all the hydrogen in the water molecule go? We are told that the air is 20% oxygen- so where does the double hydrogen go? Also interesting is that CO2 only makes up .033% of the air, and we are told there are just trace amounts of hydrogen.

The whole concept of air being composed of different gases may just be a tool for deception. It’s a concept worth exploring.

Is this story just to hide the entire concept of aether?…

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Show me some DNA, genes, or even a chromosome

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D.N.A. is the basis from which we are supposed to accept that it is the genesis from which all so-called ‘life-forms’ have developed and continue to do so. Thus the notion of entities called ‘genes’ was developed from the notion. These ‘entities’ (genes) are supposed to establish our ‘make-up’ from our direct progenitors and those before us.

General World Affairs • Re: THE DNA/RNA DECEIT….

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The Molecular Path to Shamanism | Watson, Crick and the Double-Helix Delusion

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GENETICIST JAMES WATSON AND FRANCIS CRICK, a molecular biologist, biophysicist, and neuroscientist by trade, conducted no DNA experiments of their own, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. And yet in 1953, in the final few years leading up to the space race, they discovered the DNA molecule known as the Double Helix by “drawing upon the experimental results of others” and relying on “brilliant intuition, persistence, and luck.” But there is a missing ingredient here. As the story goes, Francis Crick burst through the front door of his Cambridge home spouting barely-legible gibberish to his wife about “two spirals twisting in opposite directions from one another.” Being herself somewhat of an artist, she put vision to paper. And like Walt Disney with Mickey Mouse, the coiling double helix was promptly born. To celebrate, the couple met up with research partner James Watson, and the trio drunk themselves silly at a local pub. It should be noted that Crick was a devoted fan of author Aldous Huxley. He famously threw nude parties throughout the 1950’s and 60’s. But most importantly of all, Crick was a devoted connoisseur of LSD.…

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