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SCIENCE GOES BACKWARDS ! A shocking new article this week written by a DIVERSITY HIRE Negress claims that Blue Whales are not large mammals! Omits the Blue Whale! Why is the sheboon ape assistant editor and science writer? Who killed education and merit?     (

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An alternate models for the universe. Energy wave theory.     (

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Most interesting model I've come across to explain the universe. The guy set out to create a model based on experimental observations and logic. Effectively one "particle" (you will learn why I put that in quotes looking at the theory), effectively one cause of all forces, 3 simple dimensions of space (not 11 like fictional string models), and no more contradictory mainstream "science"
Discussion of kike physics, full of illogical contradictions, and speculation as to why original content     (science)

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Addendum: I'm not a good writer so I'm not going to bother trying to fix this mess. It won't improve it at all.

Some of this could be wrong. Do your own research, though I'm not knowingly spreading misinformation

I'm interested in physics generally, mainly just how everything works, what everything is, etc. It seems to me that if you study mainstream (kike) science for even a couple of days, if you are honest, you will come out of it dumbfounded how anyone is pushing this garbage. Now if you look at who creates all these "theories" about everything it's stacked top to bottom with kikes. The most well known of course is al einkike, I mean einstein, who was so brilliant he banged his cousin I'M SORRY.

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Relativity turned out wrong so they invented this magical matter that nobody can see, interact with, or find anywhere or anytime. Even though nobody can find or explain it at all they say "dark matter" makes up 85% of matter in the universe and 27% of the mass. Cool imagination. Instead of correcting their wrong theory of gravity they make fictional "dark matter" maps of celestial objects, effectively changing the universe to fit the theory instead of changing the theory to fit the universe. You cannot usurp jew science even if it's that blatantly wrong.

There is something you can always look to and say "that is correct!" or "that defies logic!" and that is logic. EXCEPT if you believe jew science. If something is not comprised of smaller things then it cannot be broken down into anything. That's logical. In jew science muons are supposedly elementary particles which means they are not comprised of smaller components, yet they break down into smaller components. There are other examples of this. They don't even attempt to explain this.

How about electron orbits around protons? A proton and positron have the same charge and when an electron and positron are near they go together (and annihilate) however when a proton and electron are near they do not go together in fact the electron orbits at various distances. Clearly a proton isn't what they think it is. They just ignore this.

This next one bothers me because it's an extremely elegant system that is totally ignored. You can change protons into neutrons or neutrons into protons by adding or removing electrons and positrons via beta decay or electron capture (and I presume positron capture). Yet this is all ignored and they deny that protons and neutrons are made of electrons and positrons and instead claim that protons and neutrons are comprised of "quarks" yet the "quarks" can never magically be seen outside of them.

Cats can be alive and dead at the same time. Not really, unless you believe jew science. If something is alive it cannot be dead, if something is here it cannot be there, this is logic and you cannot defy it and be correct. This is apart of the "copenhagen interpretation". There is a lot more to this but I'll leave it at that.

Quantum computing is fiction. Not really, or is it? But seriously I could be wrong but I don't believe this exists. Mainly because nobody can explain it. If you read any article about muh quantum computing they always say the same thing. "In normal computing your bits are either a 0 or 1 but in Q U A N T U M C O M P U T I N G they can be 0 and 1 A T T H E S A M E T I M E." And the explanation ends there. So this is part of the copenhagen interpretation. The bit isn't really a 0 and 1 at the same time (i presume), it's either a 0 or a 1 and you just don't know what is it yet because you didn't look at it. But when you look at it, it will be a 0 or a 1. So how does that get you anywhere? I dont know because nobody ever explained it. Additionally there are actual smart people that believe the copenhagen bullshit and still believe quantum computing is impossible, you can find videos if you search around.

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So where does this leave us? We have all this stuff that is clearly wrong, illogical or contradictory and pushed incessantly by the jew world order.

Modern science is at a total dead end. Nothings progressing because you have to work within their broken models or you are instantly blacklisted, banned, laughed at, berated, and called names like "crank".

Paranoid speculation section.

Technology would set us free from the kikes. Imagine someone invents this crazy antigravity tech that allows anyone to easily leave earth. The kikes can't dominate us if we could just leave, it would be over instantly. The kikes pushing this junk science HAVE to know it's bullshit, you can study it for a day and come to that conclusion, it's so obvious. It fits in with their general "distort reality in every way imaginable" narrative and it may be as simple as that but I can't help but wonder if they are, in secret, working with real theories while teaching us all this dogshit. Who knows
Optogenetics Gives Hope to Scientists Studying Brain Mechanism in Humans     (

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Animal tests for mrna vaccines     (science)

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A friend shared an article about people getting heart inflammation from the wuflu jab. I got curious as I recall people posting about various animal testing trials that resulted in autoimmune disaster deaths. When I went to look it up, as expected, the results only bring up bullshit ‘debunked’ results and unrelated studies. Did anyone save some of these research articles or are they mostly pozzed and memory holed now?
PCR Tests     (

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"RNA can't be DNA so the mRNA drugs aren't gene therapy!"     (

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'Miraculous' mosquito hack cuts dengue by 77%     (

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hints of new particles or forces of nature      (

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chinks, gooks and niggers responsible for the plastic in the sea - but let's ban our spoons     (

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Another study shows that western nations are not the problem when it comes to plastic waste, although we pay massively for the behaviour of the subhumans, with out usage of plastic in spoons, straws and bags restricted.

On a side note, plastic bottles have a half life of 60 years, plastic pipes, 1200 years. Sounds bad, but we just pulled a 40,000 year old tree out of a swamp, so i'm not sure why plastic has such a bad rap:

Plastics also provide habitat:

mechanisms for the interested:


whites suffer restrictions and pay taxes to 'fix' a 'problem' caused by gooks, chinks and niggers, and its pretty pointless anyway.
Cutting-edge ‘Trojan horse’ tech that makes cancer tumors destroy themselves may work to treat Covid-19 too     (

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Researchers at the University of Zurich have developed a technology with modified adenovirus, that could not only cause cancer tumors to kill themselves, but could also potentially eradicate Covid-19 in people’s lungs.
The technology is known as SHielded, REtargeted ADenovirus (SHREAD).
“We trick the tumor into eliminating itself through the production of anti-cancer agents by its own cells,” says postdoctoral fellow Sheena Smith, who led the development of the technology at Zurich University.
The cutting-edge technology could mark the arrival of a highly effective delivery system for powerful drugs that would otherwise inflict too much damage.

URGENT MESSAGE TO 3 RETARDS: mRNA tech for covid jabs is from 2010, what you think they were doing those long ten years with that tech, fucking sleeping on that? Point of those articles is that you know what is already out there.
Fantastic Findings: German Study Shows Added CO2 Has Led To 14% More Vegetation Over Past 100 Years!     (

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Supernovae twins open up new possibilities for precision cosmology     (

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Neuralink co-founder quits weeks after hinting brain-tweaking software could reanimate dinosaurs in Jurassic-Park situation     (

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Vaccine Shedding: "A Full Report on shedding must be included" in every application to introduce a new biologic product into interstate commerce...which 'emergency use' Covid vaxes have avoided.     (

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"Vaccine ‘shedding’ concerns not scientifically plausible"
A biologics license application (BLA) is defined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as follows:

The biologics license application is a request for permission to introduce, or deliver for introduction, a biologic product into interstate commerce (21 CFR 601.2). The BLA is regulated under 21 CFR 600 – 680. A BLA is submitted by any legal person or entity who is engaged in manufacture or an applicant for a license who takes responsibility for compliance with product and establishment standards. Form 356h specifies the requirements for a BLA. This includes:

Applicant information
Product/manufacturing information
Pre-clinical studies
Clinical studies
Some biological products are regulated by the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) while others are regulated by Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER).[2]

A BLA is submitted after an investigational new drug has been approved. If the Form 356h is missing information, the FDA will reply within 74 days.[3] A BLA asserts that the product is "safe, pure, and potent", the manufacturing facilities are inspectable, and each package of the product bears the license number.

After approval, annual reports, reports on adverse events, manufacturing changes, and labeling changes must be submitted.
Meningococcal vaccine is equal to saline as a control don't you know     (science)

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Why is this always a thing? Just casually reading the Astra-Zenica Product Information leaflet and when talking about a study it says the control group were given Meningococcal vaccine or Saline. Why not give them all saline? Vaccine studies do this so often I can't remember one that didn't use another vaccine or all the worst bits of the vaccines bar the virus as the "placebo". It's just so stupid I can't believe they get away with it.

Placebo should be sugar, salt or water. No vitamins and no toxins.
Get a load of this goddamn stegosaurus! Can you imagine a lizard like this lizard?!     (

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A tail for whompin' and a little little head like a mango.

shit's crazy. why would any lizard to this?

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This is a highly readable, important and timely book aimed at the educated layman. If you would like to get a feel for it, there is a stream with the author, Professor Edward Dutton, discussing the book here:

Race is our age’s great taboo. Public intellectuals insist that it does not exist—that it’s a “social construct” and biological differences between races are trivial or “skin deep.” But as with taboos in other times, our attitude towards race seems delusional and schizophrenic. Racial differences in sports and culture are clear to everyone. Race is increasingly a factor in public health, especially in disease susceptibility and organ donation. And in a globalized world, ethnic nationalism—and ethnic conflict—are unavoidable political realities. Race is everywhere . . . and yet it’s nowhere, since the topic has been deemed “out of bounds” for frank discussion.

Cutting through the contradictions, euphemisms, and misconceptions, Edward Dutton carefully and systematically refutes the arguments against the concept of “race,” demonstrating that it is as much a proper biological category as “species.”Making Sense of Race then takes us on a journey through the fascinating world of evolved physical and mental racial differences, presenting us with the most up-to-date discoveries on the consistent ways in which races differ in significant traits as a result of being adapted to different ecologies. Intelligence, personality, genius, religiousness, sex appeal, puberty, menopause, ethnocentrism, ear-wax, and even the nature of dreams . . . Making Sense of Race will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about race, but might have been afraid to ask.

About The Author
Edward Dutton is a prolific researcher and commentator, who has published widely in the field of evolutionary psychology. He is Editor at Washington Summit Publishers and Professor of Evolutionary Psychology at Asbiro University in Łódź, Poland. Dutton is the author of many books, including J. Philippe Rushton: A Life History Perspective (2018), Race Differences in Ethnocentrism (2019), and Islam: An Evolutionary Perspective (2020).

NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover Extracts First Oxygen from Red Planet     (

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In a first, scientists watch 2D puddles of electrons spontaneously emerge in a 3D superconducting material     (

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NASA’s New Horizons Reaches a Rare Space Milestone     (

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"If 1 million migrant workers were vaccinated, 126.58 cases of 'Sudden Adult Death Syndrome' would be expected to occur within one day of vaccination as (((coincident))) background cases."     (

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"For some of the other events, such as preterm labour, the numbers of expected events are quite large. Among 1 million vaccinated pregnant women with a stillbirth of 196–258 days, 1,381 preterm labours are predicted to occur within one day after the vaccination."
Africans have more archaic, ape like gene variants says top geneticist Dr. Shi Huang     (

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Google Scholar Dr. Huang is a former Professor of Epigenetics and Evolution, Central South University, (Burnham Institute, UCSD). Univ. of California San Diego of course, is well known for producing the popular series of human evolution lectures on YouTube. Dr. Huang is now affiliated with the Central South University – CSU · Center for Medical Genetics in China.

During his early career at the Pew Institute, Dr. Huang [was] “studying the relationship between genetic diversity and epigenetic complexity and its role in common diseases and evolution… We proposed a novel hypothesis of genetic diversity and evolution, the Maximum Genetic Diversity (MGD) hypothesis… Genetic diversity of a species has an upper limit as set up by the epigenetic complexity levels…”

On Nov. 26, Shi Huang Tweeted:

“That Africans carry more ancestral alleles (=archaic or apes) has been well demonstrated by the rooting of phylogenetic trees in Africa for both autosomes and uniparental DNAs by using the outgroup rooting method. Biological significance of this? Eerie silence…”

Mathematical Challenges to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.     (

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Dr Roger Higgs: Global warming and cooling for last 2,000 years mimic Sun’s magnetic activity, not CO2     (

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