Stay on the porch kid.
Took some doing but I think I finally found your avatar.
This is what I see when spitbull and Milo like each other’s posts.
Since COVID-19 arrived, anyone brave enough to go against the preferred narrative has risked their livelihood, career, and even their personal safety. Dr. Scott Atlas, who served on President Trump’s task force and disagreed with Dr. Anthony Fauci, had to hire private security. Stanford University investigated Atlas and Dr. Jay Bhattacharya for their dissenting recommendations.
Now, the Biden administration is threatening to punish people who publish COVID-19 “misinformation,” which they define as anything Dr. Fauci disagrees with (today). This column would turn into a novel if it recounted all the times that man has changed his mind or made an appeal to authority rather than data, as he did recently with Sen. Rand Paul regarding gain-of-function research.
So how long before Emory University gets canceled or has to retract its latest article on long-term recovered immunity? Granted, it is just a reiteration of the assertions of several other researchers and scientists, but at least in the United States, it is still touching the third rail. In an article from the Woodruff Health Sciences Center:
This is not the first study to suggest this. A Cleveland Clinic study evaluated COVID-19 infections in 52,238 employees and found:
That study was posted on June 5 and remains in preprint. The Emory study, funded partially by the NIH, was published in Cell Reports Medicine on July 14 and appears to be peer-reviewed. It measures specific immune responses in 254 patients for more than eight months following a mild-to-moderate infection with COVID-19. The article states:
The researchers believe they have a framework to define and predict long-term immunity and will continue to follow the cohort for the next several years. We know that those who suffered from a close cousin of COVID-19, the virus that caused SARS, demonstrated T-cell reactivity 17 years after being infected. SARS CoV-1 uses the same receptor on human cells as COVID-19 and is 90% similar. It is logical to assume that the human immune system will respond similarly.
In even better news, the researchers say there is a basis to assert that recovered patients can defend against variants:
"Ahmed says investigators were surprised to see that convalescent participants also displayed increased immunity against common human coronaviruses as well as SARS-CoV-1, a close relative of the current coronavirus. The study suggests that patients who survived COVID-19 are likely to also possess protective immunity even against SARS-CoV-2 variants.
“Vaccines that target other parts of the virus rather than just the spike protein may be more helpful in containing infection as SARS-CoV-2 variants overtake the prevailing strains,” says Ahmed. “This could pave the way for us to design vaccines that address multiple coronaviruses.”
Researchers say the study more comprehensively identifies the adaptive immune components leading to recovery, and that it will serve as a benchmark for immune memory induced by SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. “We can build on these results to define the progression to long-lived immunity against the new coronavirus, which can guide rational responses when future outbreaks occur,” says Ahmed
Suck on it Milo, he just sunk your battleship.
Hmmm, now that you mention it he kinda does doesn’t he.
It’s 87 miles from Sacto to San Fran but it takes about 4 hours to drive it on a weekday when the sun is shining.
Just remember that for the return trip.
Yep... and people realizing that big tech social media should not be allowed to censor anyone based on 'misinformation'
Man that’s some totalitarian bullshit they’re running with right there. Misinformation is when someone says something THEY believe to be true but is later proven false. DISinformation is deliberate propaganda. They are using that to censor free speech by claiming misinformation about the vaccine is killing people. Do you guys not see what they are doing?? Conservative ideas are being labeled as extremist ideas, they are setting us up.
The average lifespan in the U.S. is 76 years old The average age of those who die of the wuflu is ............................ 76 years old.
If this were a tweet it would be considered mean.
Well, to be fair, if there isn’t stains on it now, there will be when I leave.
My hands are a bit shaky at times so I tend to spill stuff that’s not in a sippy cup.
Actually he’s taking off from the ground.