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The Potato Mystic

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When it suits his trolling....... :)
The brit actually claimed earlier that Biden the Racist is Irish........:ROFLMAO:
I think Angloflipflop has found a soulmate in Sleepy Joe. Both get confused, don't know whether they are coming or going and they regularly express themselves in a dazed, bug eyed fashion.

Biden and Anglo are like brothers from different.....lizards.
 

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From an interesting online publication, Strategic Culture Foundation, one that looks at world events from a surprising variety of differing viewpoints- this is a two part look at the "4th Industrial Revolution" as 'life imitating art' with some optimistic conclusions..for a change!
 

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If you've been paying attention to medical journals of late you will have noticed the high volume of wildly speculative studies on the possible long term effects of the Covid virus. One of the most prevalent myths being peddled is that Covid somehow affects the nervous system. Loss of smell and taste is often cited as "evidence" of this unproven assertion. I took a look at the most comprehensive studies on this reduction in olfactory function and what I found here clearly exposes the desperate fear mongering surrounding the sars cov2 "pandemic"


Objective: To assess the physiopathology of olfactory function loss (OFL) in COVID-19 patients, we evaluated the olfactory clefts on MRI during the early stage of the disease and one month later.
Methods: This was a prospective monocentric case-controlled study. Twenty SARS-CoV2-infected patients with OFL were included and compared to 20 age-matched control healthy subjects. All infected patients underwent olfactory function assessment and 3T MRI, performed both at the early stage of the disease and at one-month follow-up.
Results: At the early stage, SARS-CoV2-infected patients had a mean olfactory score of 2.8 +/- 2.7 (range 0–8), and MRI displayed a complete obstruction of the OC in 19 out of 20 patients. Controls had normal olfactory scores and no obstruction of the OC on MRI. At one month follow-up, the olfactory score had improved to 8.3 +/- 1.9 (range 4–10) in patients, and only 7 out of 20 patients still had an obstruction of the OC. There was a correlation between olfactory score and obstruction of the OC (p=0.004).
Conclusion: OFL in SARS-CoV2-infected patients is associated with a reversible obstruction of the OC.!!!!!

So you see after all that... the poor dears had stuffy noses. Nothing more. All the media hype presenting olfactory dysfunction as a symptom of some mysterious covid induced neurological condition are pure fiction. This is also the case with many other "suggested," and "possible" Covid side effects. You catch a cold... you get a blocked nose. Who would have thunk it?
 
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