NO SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS ON BOOSTERS

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  1. They don’t have any “scientific consensus” on anything about this so-called virus.

    There is no precedent for “following science”, we’re just supposed to believe anything they tell us or be called a “conspiracy theorist”.

    Welcome to the world white females fought so hard to make happen for us.

    When we demand justice for 9/11, and hold the perpetrators accountable, then we may begin to see change.

  2. There is no such thing as “scientific consensus”; the word in the scientific method is “repeatable”. The scientific method goes something like this:

    1. Go make some observations; look for patterns.

    2. Found a pattern? Come up with a hypothesis to explain that pattern.

    3. Devise an experiment to disprove that hypothesis; it should control (as in stabilize at known values) any input variables that are irrelevant to the hypothesis.

    4. *Repeating* the experiment should always produce the same results, whether it successfully disproves the hypothesis or not. Any scientist anywhere can repeat the experiment, and if the results are always the same, that’s as close to “consensus” as you can get.

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NO SCIENTIFIC CONSENSUS ON BOOSTERS

What do high rates of heart inflammation in the youth, legal confusion and unaligned public health messaging have in common? They were all topics from the CDC’s latest vaccine advisory meeting discussing the approval of #Covid19 booster shots.

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POSTED: September 7, 2021

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