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You should do some research about Polio. It aint gone. There has not been a single virus or bacteria wiped off this earth since they have been able to be identified.
I guess you’ve never heard of Smallpox? You know. The virus that had a 30 percent mortality rate. Can you tell me when the last known case was? I will concede that it does exist. In a Petri dish in a lab in Russia and in a lab in Atlanta Georgia.
 

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I guess you’ve never heard of Smallpox? You know. The virus that had a 30 percent mortality rate. Can you tell me when the last known case was? I will concede that it does exist. In a Petri dish in a lab in Russia and in a lab in Atlanta Georgia.
I concede. There have been a whole 2 viruses that have been eradicated by vaccines. Small pox and rinderpest (virus that infects cattle). None other. Viruses that mutate, like all in the coronavirus family, cannot be eliminated due to their constant mutations.
 

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Don't dismiss a great tool, we actually made a similar hi-tech tool for finding breakers in Germany --- well, except we put a switch on it, to make plugging it in a bit less dramatic, considering their system is 230v not 120v like ours. Could never find the breakers in those pre-WWII buildings, nothing labeled so we winged it. :oops:
The other option was to work it hot, we did that too, painful if you made a mistake. 🤬
 

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I concede. There have been a whole 2 viruses that have been eradicated by vaccines. Small pox and rinderpest (virus that infects cattle). None other. Viruses that mutate, like all in the coronavirus family, cannot be eliminated due to their constant mutations.
As you suggested I did some more research. What I learned was this. In the US in 1950 there were 60,000 cases of polio. Thousands of children were crippled and 3000 died. The US population at that time was 125 million. By the mid 1960’s there were fewer than 100 cases and in 2019 there were 18 cases (84 globally). The global population is 7.7 billion. The US population was 325 million. I had my Polio shot at school in 1961. I was six. It hurt but I didn’t cry like Timmy Stratton did (pussy). In high school I knew a kid who was partially crippled from polio because his parents didn’t get him vaccinated. He couldn’t do PE. I’m sure he can’t walk now. Thanks for the suggestion on the research. It really opened my eyes.
 
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As you suggested I did some more research. What I learned was this. In the US in 1950 there were 60,000 cases of polio. Thousands of children were crippled and 3000 died. The US population at that time was 125 million. By the mid 1960’s there were fewer than 100 cases and in 2019 there were 18 cases (84 globally). The global population is 7.7 billion. The US population was 325 million. I had my Polio shot at school in 1961. I was six. It hurt but I didn’t cry like Timmy Stratton did (pussy). In high school I knew a kid who was partially crippled from polio because his parents didn’t get him vaccinated. He couldn’t do PE. I’m sure he can’t walk now. Thanks for the suggestion on the research. It really opened my eyes.
I have never said Vaccines aren't effective. Specially particular ones. My argument is against the massive amounts that are law in many places and the age at which they are required to get them.
 

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Oh shit. That ain't buffing out

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