@RWMaloneMD As a computer programmer of over 35 years, my intensive research into these mRNA vaccines has led me to view the matter in similar terms -- but with a programmer's perspective that suggests potential caveats. Permit me to explain:

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@RWMaloneMD The human immune system – our "native" environment – routinely passes "instruction sets" to cells in order to address a detected event, such as an "invader" of exogenous origin. We have come to understand a lot of what goes on in this respect, BUT NOT ALL.

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@RWMaloneMD These mRNA vaccines reflect a partial understanding of how to induce certain reactions in our cells – but we are not yet certain that the "instruction set" we are introducing is accounting for ALL of the parameters expected.

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@RWMaloneMD Nor is there logic embedded in these artificially introduced instruction sets to detect and react to "error conditions" because of our failure to account for all of the expected parameters.

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@RWMaloneMD Thus, just as a junior programmer, working to modify a long-existing program, lacks the understanding to account for all the expected instructions and potential error conditions, he is apt to achieve a primary objective while inadvertently causing unforeseen complications.

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Apr 19
🧵Ukraine War Update – 2022-04-19

As the Russians commence the final big battle of the war, I continue to be amazed by the resilience in many quarters of the myth of Ukrainian success – notwithstanding the complete absence of supporting evidence.

Let's examine the facts …

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First of all, you will recall that in the first few days of the war, there was indisputable video and photo evidence of destroyed Russian fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, armor and tactical vehicles, dead Russian bodies, Russian soldiers taken prisoner, etc.

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The western media seized upon this imagery to launch the narrative of Russian military incompetence.

By the fourth day of combat, as the Russians failed to make any discernible attempt to "take Kiev", the story took hold that they had been "repulsed".

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Mar 6
Counterpoint🧵

This is from @RUSI_org – a hoary UK think tank whose prestige owes, in great measure, to how well it assures its audience in the ever-dwindling British aristocracy that Her Majesty's Empire still holds meaningful sway in the world.

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rusi.org/explore-our-re…
Its author, @Justin_Br0nk, argues that the sparse employment of the Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) in Ukraine strongly suggests they simply don't know how to execute complex major air operations – you know, like the major league pros in NATO countries do.

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Bronk asserts the VKS has failed to achieve air superiority – a curious claim, given that, with vanishingly rare and short-lived exceptions, any aircraft flying over Ukraine are Russian. What Bronk *means* to say is that the Ukr army still has MANPADS in apparent plenty.

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Feb 25
What Russia has done in Ukraine this week is just the beginning.

It now becomes imperative that the West take Putin at his word.

Important 🧵

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I've now carefully read through, for the second time, Putin's addresses to the world, delivered, respectively on February 21st and 24th, 2022. Both must also be viewed in the context of his landmark 2007 speech at the Munich Security Conference.

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One thing above all must now be acknowledged in order to appreciate what will happen going forward: Putin is not bluffing. He is convinced now is the time to remedy what Russia considers an intolerable situation.

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Feb 25
Short 🧵in relation to the war in Ukraine.

I've been sitting back and deliberately assessing what has now apparently transpired, and the evident trajectory of events in Ukraine.

My thoughts at this juncture:

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If Russia's plan was to take Kiev in short order, I submit they miscalculated gravely in believing it could be done by relying on lightly armed airborne forces to establish an air-bridge beach head.

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Now it has almost certainly become apparent to Gerasimov et al. that a great many more troops and virtually all the armor they have nearby must be committed to the task, along with close air support.

Nothing else will achieve the objective. And it will be very messy.

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Dec 24, 2021
@warrtalon @wolfstrength I submit this almost-unquestioning trust afforded "experts in their field" is the single biggest obstacle to effective critical thinking in our world today.

The reason logic used to be emphasized in higher education is because its utility and applicability span all fields.

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@warrtalon @wolfstrength I also submit that we currently live in the golden age of the autodidact. Any determined, intelligent researcher now has at his/her fingertips the "library of the ages"; near-immediate access to all emerging academic research; capacity to self-educate in virtually any field.

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@warrtalon @wolfstrength It is also essential to understand the degree to which academia and a large proportion of scientific research are consistently compromised by incompetence, corruption, and profound conflicts of interest.

thelancet.com/journals/lance…
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Sep 16, 2021
The myth of the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated is being dismantled brick by lying brick.

An excellent new study out of Wisconsin demonstrates that (as many foresaw) the US is now well into a rapidly growing #PandemicOfTheVaccinated.

-Short Thread-

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There are several recently published studies that evince similar findings. And the data out of Israel over the past few months is virtually incontrovertible on the question, but this new study is very well-designed, with results difficult to dispute.

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medrxiv.org/content/10.110…
Findings:

1) Asymptomatic fully vaccinated are carrying around extremely infectious high viral loads. You are MUCH MORE likely (82%) to contract Covid from an asymptomatic fully vaccinated person than from an asymptomatic unvaccinated person (29%).

Read that again.

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