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Silly bitch admits face masks are not for protection Government illusion of safety 05/19/2020 (Tue) 19:41:41 Id: cad6d8 [Preview] No. 79938
[First I'm going to explain something before posting the article. The average fabric density of cloth is 1.5 grams per cubic centimeter and with cloth you're going to absorb virus particles. 10,000 micrometers are in a centimeter. Covid-19 particles hang in the air for up to 3 hours and are between .08 to .14 of a micrometer. These will get through your masks, either exhaling or inhaling.]

"Wearing a face mask won't prevent you from getting coronavirus, but it may give you some peace of mind."
Earlier this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a warning guide to Americans that the coronavirus outbreak was fast approaching. This news caused face mask sales to skyrocket, despite the fact that wearing one probably won't protect you from contracting the illness. Of course, it's considered a social norm in some cultures to wear a face mask somewhat regularly. In China, Japan, and South Korea, face masks may be worn to reduce risks associated with air pollution. They may also be worn as a way to protect others from illness in collectivist cultures. Yet more and more people are walking around wearing face masks, even as suppliers increase the prices. So why do so many people want to cover up their faces if it doesn't help? It actually has more to do with their mental health than their physical health.

We grow comfortable with the risks we take on a regular basis. Perhaps you drive your car every day. You likely don't feel scared when you get behind the wheel. You might even reply to text messages occasionally or forget to buckle up when driving. But according to statistics, driving a car is a big risk. You have about a one in 103 chance of dying in a car crash. It just doesn't feel scary because it's a familiar risk you take. The coronavirus isn't familiar. So you're uncomfortable with the risk of contracting it, and possibly dying from it. You likely have a bigger fear of it than of crashing your car. Media consumption also fuels fears. Whether scrolling through social media or flipping through channels, reports about death tolls and the speed at which coronavirus is spreading are everywhere. The more content consumed, the more likely you are to overestimate chances of contracting the coronavirus — and the more likely your anxiety levels will skyrocket.

When we feel anxious about something, we become desperate to gain some sense of control over the situation. It's a phenomenon psychologists call the "illusion of control." And research shows we often make strange decisions based on our perceived level of control. For example, research shows most people think they are less likely to get into an accident when driving a car, as opposed to being the passenger. Being in the driver's seat makes people think they can prevent accidents — even though it doesn't really guarantee this at all. Similarly, studies also show that people think they have a better chance of winning the lottery when they pick their own numbers, as opposed to allowing the computer to pick for them. Even though the numbers are drawn randomly, people are more likely to assume that having more control (picking their own numbers) increases their chances of success.

When it comes to the coronavirus, most of us likely feel we have little control over whether we contract it. And little is known about what might happen if we get it. Wearing a face mask is one way to convince ourselves that we have some control over it. We tell ourselves, "Wearing this mask decreases my chances of getting sick." This, in turn, reduces our anxiety. Rather than idly waiting for something bad to happen, we feel better if we take some sort of action. Even if the action isn't helpful, we have a way of fooling ourselves into believing that our behavior has control over the outcome. Interestingly, research also reveals the tendency to overcompensate when there are "safeguards" in place.

https://www.businessinsider.com/face-masks-wont-help-avoid-illness-so-why-wear-them-mental-health#we-overcompensate-when-safeguards-are-in-place-3
http://archive.is/j8ZVZ
Edited last time by AdolfHitler on 05/22/2020 (Fri) 00:54:30.


Anonymous 05/19/2020 (Tue) 19:47:16 Id: cad6d8 [Preview] No.79939 del
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Studies have shown that people are more likely to speed when wearing seatbelts. And insurance companies have even discovered that drivers actually become more reckless when there are more safety features on a car. This mentality may be one reason why so many people wearing face masks could even be detrimental in certain ways. They have convinced themselves that their face masks will protect them. So rather than reducing contact with the public as is suggested, people who are wearing face masks may actually become more likely to travel or interact with people.
The herd mentality is real
— and research shows that most of us jump on bandwagons. So the more you see other people wearing a face mask, the more likely you are to put one on. Researchers have known for a long time that people are susceptible to "behavioral mimicry," meaning we're quick to copy those around us. So whether you're walking through a marketplace, riding the subway, or sitting on a plane, the more people you see wearing face masks, the more likely you are to convince yourself that you should wear one, too. Not wearing one might even cause you to feel anxious. The mask-wearers are more visible than people who are taking recommended precautions (washing their hands more often and limiting travel). This can cause you to assume everyone is wearing a mask.
It reduces our anxiety
Most of us equate anxiety with risk level. If we feel really anxious, we reason that something must be really risky. And if we can reduce that anxiety, we'll convince ourselves that the level of risk we face is somehow lower. So even though we've been warned that wearing a face mask might be a bad idea, doing so might still have the effect of reducing anxiety. While it's up to you whether you decide to wear a mask, consider why you're doing it. Even though medical professionals might warn against it, you might find it gives you a little peace of mind — which isn't necessarily a bad thing.

-Huggy McFeels quack therapist Amy Morin reports


Anonymous 05/19/2020 (Tue) 19:54:22 Id: cad6d8 [Preview] No.79940 del
Here is the source for the size of Coronavirus particles: https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/85814
http://archive.is/jY51F A South Korean study that found the virus gets through masks


Anonymous 05/19/2020 (Tue) 22:50:55 Id: 848a23 [Preview] No.79942 del
>>79940
>A South Korean study that found the virus gets through masks

So this is just the mother of all diseases at this point. Just the end all for humanity it appears


Anonymous 05/19/2020 (Tue) 23:24:39 Id: 39342c [Preview] No.79945 del
>>79939
I taught it was gonna be one of the fucking reedit based kikes images, but I actually laughed.

Going back to the mask topic, yes anyone who has followed this somewhat seriously should know the surgical masks do almost nothing, they help stop the spread just a bit, if you have the shangai shivers and wear it, you are just a tiny bit less prone to transmit it. But I might be wrong too.

Anyway if you really want to be safe you need to use a proper facefask. It's infuriating how most people went from looking me like a lunatic for wearing me p100 filters, to envy. And if I dare walk in the park in a sunny breezy day with no mask that go back to stearing me like a lunatic.

The amount of virtue signaling around this issue and how the populace did 180 in their speeches is infuriating, I knew it was going to be this way, but actually witnessing it was incredible.


Anonymous 05/20/2020 (Wed) 01:11:27 Id: 4e3c19 [Preview] No.79947 del
>>79942
Especially considering how stupid and easily led the masses are at this point in their delusions of safety. The president and their local governor say it's safe? Good enough for those idiots. Here's a study about the virus's particles penetrating masks.
https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-1342
While it much more easily penetrates cloth masks, between 4/100ths and 20/100ths of a micrometer tends to penetrate surgical masks. And as previously stated, Covid-19 particles are between 8/100ths to 14/100ths of a micrometer. Precisely within the amount to enter and exit surgical masks. When the deaths start rising past already 91,872 Americans deceased at fast pace, recognition of false security promoting bullshit might happen. I doubt it, but it's possible. We're headed straight into either becoming Mass Effect Quarians or mass death. Full environment suits may be required future strategy just to survive.
>>79945
p100 or n100 filters are a pretty good idea.


Anonymous 05/20/2020 (Wed) 01:54:59 Id: 4e3c19 [Preview] No.79949 del
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Anonymous 05/20/2020 (Wed) 01:59:44 Id: 4e3c19 [Preview] No.79952 del
The list of selenium high meats won't post through either .png or .jpg so here's the link instead. https://tools.myfooddata.com/nutrient-ranking-tool.php?nutrient=Selenium&foodgroup=Meats&sortby=Highest&servsize=Common&list=Simple


Anonymous 05/20/2020 (Wed) 03:53:02 Id: 4e3c19 [Preview] No.79954 del
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Here. Share this on all social media you have, if you've got accounts. I don't.


Anonymous 05/30/2020 (Sat) 20:44:45 Id: ab2812 [Preview] No.80225 del
>>79947
>>79947
Where do you recommend to buy it?


Anonymous 07/04/2020 (Sat) 03:19:03 Id: ab2812 [Preview] No.81052 del
>>79947
It looks like that article has been recently retracted. Around a month ago

https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/L20-0745


Anonymous 07/04/2020 (Sat) 07:54:43 Id: d1b82b [Preview] No.81054 del
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>>80225
I used to see it at Lowe's or Home Depot. Not recently.
>>81052
Retracted studies after jew peer pressure reviews are more valid than all the bullshit they're feeding people about "masks are proven blahblahblah" simply because whatever jews whine about, the opposite is true. The dumbass Zionist Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently pulled the same message while referring to a cloth Texas flag mask. https://youtube.com/watch?v=ZMcHCChuG7k [Embed] As Texas right now is the epicenter of Covid-19.


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Anonymous 07/04/2020 (Sat) 13:31:34 Id: 29bb0a [Preview] No.81056 del
>>80225
Around February you could buy it anywhere, but right now you should scavenge hardware stores and such, maybe a small time own in the middle of nowhere has them.


Anonymous 07/04/2020 (Sat) 14:31:56 Id: d1b82b [Preview] No.81057 del
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>>81052
I didn't have much time this morning to find this example of retracted to jew peer pressure review. The "Uncanny similarity of unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag" from the Indian Institute of Technology was retracted because of this kike.


Anonymous 07/06/2020 (Mon) 19:51:41 Id: ab2812 [Preview] No.81084 del
>>81057
>>81054
I'm not really in the medical field, so I'm not sure of the process for "redacting" studies

Still, this is pretty awful. Even more people are going to die because of this. The worst thing is that the ones who are responsible for this never get into any trouble for it.


Anonymous 07/16/2020 (Thu) 23:30:54 [Preview] No.81315 del
I don't wear a mask when I can. I use it as a means of manipulation to gain entrance into whatever place I want, but I don't wear it consistently.

The whole idea behind the masks restricting oxygen is because they provide resistance for breathing, which results in your body having to compensate by increasing your breath rate. This next idea is a bit more theoretical, but I also think its possible that the material of the masks might become saturated with CO2, and that will also impede your breathing as you won't be able get as much oxygen per breath. Oxygen is absolutely crucial for your health, and breathing itself is a major aspect of many spiritual practices and religions. Deep breathing and oxygenation is highly effective at facilitating greater bodily health and preventing illness.
Also, the mask act as "petri dishes" for bacteria. Your saliva remains on the mask itself, and this acts as a breeding ground for bacteria. I don't know how much of a difference this makes, but it might end up putting more stress on your respiratory system to have an increased bacterial population, especially if the mask is a reusable one and manages to maintain a bacterial population many times higher than that of your mouth.
3M masks are also suspicious, the main ones that I've seen. The material that they are made of is unknown and is not advertised. This could very well be some abomination from Dupont or some other chemical company that has unknown (or known) implications relating to consumption and aspiration. It looks to be some fibrous material akin to fiberglass, and I'm not trusting of it at all.
Lastly, the masks foster fear and act as a control mechanism. Its an instant reaction I've observed that people immediately become angry and distant (no pun intended) when you are seen without a mask. Absolutely reactionary and definitely programmed, either by the media or retards they've listened to on social media. I do believe that this may be a step towards greater surveillance and tracking mechanisms for the "greater good", as they will put it.

People shall be held accountable for their own health. Apparently over 90% of deaths from the virus are from people displaying additional sicknesses, such as, but not limited to: Diabetes, Heart disease, Cancer, Obesity, Cancer, Malnutrition (Fat does not equate to nutritionally fulfilled), and many other diseases. Healthy individuals who exercise on a consistent basis, eat properly, take the most basic of social precautions, and take the time to relieve stress and simply fucking breathe have absolutely nothing to worry about.


Anonymous 07/17/2020 (Fri) 00:08:12 Id: d1b82b [Preview] No.81316 del
>>81315
>Healthy individuals who exercise on a consistent basis, eat properly, take the most basic of social precautions,
>and take the time to relieve stress and simply fucking breathe have absolutely nothing to worry about.
Except for the long-term effects which have already been covered here and the "previous" Tor poster keeps coming back to completely ignore. You wouldn't happen to be that twat, would you? Once again, blood clots remain which can lead to strokes later, inflammation of all organs including the heart, lungs and brain inflammation encephalitis which can result in neurological disorders because this virus causes a cytokine storm which is pro-inflammatory white blood cells. Muscles may remain stiff after the initial contraction, inflammation of muscles and recovery from Covid-19. I've witnessed nurses trying to do everything they could to help healthy young patients survive and only exacerbated the situation by trying every trick in the book from muscle stimulants to respirators now known to kill, yet they had no choice because the patients' lungs were quickly filling up with fluid. Yet some call-outs survived merely by staying at home and ingesting NyQuil plus hot tea. I hate to say it, but healthcare workers may kill you as they panic, should you contract the virus.

One thing we are in agreement on. Masks are a joke Yes, especially with cloth masks, after ONE DAY of wearing one you're going to have cities of micro molds and bacteria thriving which can make you sick, even giving you bronchitis. You have everything to lose and absolutely nothing to gain but the approval of stupid socially engineered sheep by wearing a cloth mask. It's already been covered ITT that cloth, surgical and cheap disposable masks worn on retail employees will not filter Covid-19 particles in or out. 3Ms will filter those particles from coming in, but are intentionally built with an unfiltered outgoing valve, the same as P95s. They're meant for infected environments. Governors and Mayors are taking to local television broadcasts and blaming residents of their state and counties for not following bullshit CDC guidelines. Unfortunately, the masses of people are drooling idiots that follow lies blindly. Those lies are: "masks curb the spread". (Guess what. States that re-opened with fines for not wearing masks are spiking uncontrollably.) The other lie is "social distance 6 feet apart to stay safe". (Covid-19 particles in saliva hang in the air up to 3 hours. You'll be walking right into them no matter how much you distance.) Both of those guidelines are government shilled. They will not protect you. They will not prevent you from catching the virus.

By the way, "herd immunity" as the "it's a hoax!" crowd of Trump following retards like to claim (if it's a hoax how can you gain immunity?). Well, that's false. After a few months, you lose antibodies and you'll catch the virus again. Short of a massive campaign to produce and trend full environment suits such as Virologists wear around potentially deadly viruses, there is nothing you can do to be safe from catching Covid-19 in public. The virus particles are distributed through air conditioning vents and mushroom out from flushed toilets. Sorry, but in public we're all pretty much fucked no matter how much government Kool-Aid the masses believe for the illusion of safety in order to get back to stimulating Wall Street profit margins.


Anonymous 07/17/2020 (Fri) 00:34:54 [Preview] No.81317 del
>>81316
>You wouldn't happen to be that twat, would you?
No.
I am aware of the long-term effects, but reading your post, they become much more apparent and I'm realizing how much more dangerous it is. Brain inflammation is very serious. Very. I might use my advanced mask if I deem it necessary. A face shield would also accompany it since transmission via eye contamination is possible. At the very least some type of goggles.
It isn't something that concerns me greatly because I'm taking measures to stay as healthy as possible. All of my clothing is cotton, as polyester leaks microplastics into water and into the air that can contaminate your body. I do not use non-stick pans and no plastic containers whatsoever. Only glass, ceramic, steel, and cast iron. I exercise on a daily basis, both strength training and long-distance running. I keep grain foods to a minimum (The only grain food I eat is sprouted bread which is organic non-gmo (Fuck Monsanto) and very rich in minerals and nutrients), and have a focus on eating raw foods such as vegetables, meat, nuts, and the other basics. No sugary crap like cookies, soda, ice cream, and whatever other processes crap exists. No dairy either. Just goat milk yogurt.
On top of all of that I practice deep breathing frequently. Completely emptying my lungs and taking deep full breaths as oxygenation. My body is completely free of inflammation normally (No joint pain and no strange sensations that are characteristic of inflammation) and the virus should have a challenge of damaging my systems (Although I'm not a medical scientist, so I'm not entirely certain.). I don't know if this matters or not but I don't have any of those 5G towers anywhere in my area, and the air quality is respectable. There is a certain point though that your health becomes irrelevant, since I don't think any degree of health would stop someone from getting fucked by something like ebola or smallpox.

I think there is a possibility that I may have contracted the virus about two weeks ago. I was sick for one day but for that day I had a fever for a few hours and was completely fatigued. Lost my appetite and felt nauseous from eating, although coughing was pretty non-existent so it might've just been food poisoning instead (Symptoms match food poisioning and earlier I had eaten way too much food that I shouldn't have). After that I felt better and only had some tiredness and loss of appetite for a few days, no fever or coughing. What was strange was that I felt tired for about a week and it seemed like my cognitive performance may have deteriorated a bit (Although this could have once again been some serious food poisioning along with some other causes), but now my performance is normal and I'm not experiencing any deficits or memory problems.

But yes, people are absolutely brainwashed, and positive reinforcement from shitty places like facebook and reddit doesn't help either. I have a cotton mask that I wash frequently and use to get the people in the entrances to shut up, but I take it off immediately after. I have a suspicion that the virus is acting as a facilitator for something bigger and more sinister, but they won't make it easy to find out since covering your tracks is typically very easy but for investigators following someone who has done a good job eliminating evidence is extremely difficult and even impossible if they are clean enough in their operation. The US government is already pushing for some changes that would negatively impact internet communications and along with this the general consciousness is also being changed to be a more fearful, authoritarian one. Everyone wants the government to come in and save them at this point, and it isn't uncommon to see people calling for the government to implement things they want.


Anonymous 07/17/2020 (Fri) 01:35:07 Id: d1b82b [Preview] No.81319 del
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>>81317
I'm glad you're clearly more aware than that other anon. Alright, so beyond the doom and gloom post I made above yours, I'm aware of a reason nurses that called out and stayed home recovered with hot tea. Green tea contains polyphenols. I'll include this pic related so you can get an idea of what else has them. Those increase the amount of your T-cells, which hold memory of past viruses, including betacoronaviruses of the same family. If you had either the common cold or SARS, your T-cells will remember the same polyproteins SARS-CoV-2/Covid-19 has. This is not a "green tea will cure you, forget about it" recommendation. T-cells exhaust pretty fast because they attack robustly. Obviously the more polyphenols you consume and more T-cells you produce, the better off you'll be.

Onto the subject of the sinister nature by government response to Covid-19. I've noticed how frequently China is brought up. You constantly hear it came from Wuhan. U.S.Gov lied about completely useless guidelines and there has been a myriad of historical lies the U.S.Gov has claimed to engage in foreign wars. I tend not to believe their claims after they said there were "WMDs in Iraq", "Assad gassed his own people", "WMDs in Iran", "We pretty much shut it down coming in from China", "Cloth masks and social distancing are proven to curb the spread", "Covid-19 wasn't manufactured", "increase tests, no reduce tests".



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