Date: October 08, 2021 07:46PM
> [|] Wrote:
> > >I was looking at per capita rates
> > But that isn't what you said. You said "And
> > of those deaths are in the rural areas of the
> > state." You seem to have a difficult time
> > what you mean.
> You seem to want to pick fights over pointless
> 3,000 dead in Utah was the point. And 35% of
> Mormons are refusing to get vaccinated, higher
> than National Average, in a CULT who’s PRophet
> told them to get vaccinated.
None of which was anything you posted. You apparently expect people to read your mind to know what you are really trying to say.
> Examples: Francis Collins being a
> > Nobel prize winner,
> Ok, that was beside the point, he mapped the human
> genome and runs the NIH, for 3 Presidents, and you
> don’t think he is a respected scientist?
I never said he wasn't a repected scientist. I merely pointed out that you were incorrect when you said (several times) that he was a Nobel Prize winner.
> buckyballs being the most
> > common constituent of interstellar medium.
> Buckyballs are found throughout the interstellar
> medium, despite hydrogen being 10,000 times more
> plentiful, which should make formation of C60
> molecules unlikely, but they’re very common.
Very common is a relative term. Not only are they not the most common constituent of interstellar matter as you claimed, they only constitute ~1X10^-6 of all of the carbon in interstellar matter.
> > there are the things that are just plain wrong
> > like the Higgs boson being the smallest
> > known
> What is smaller than a God Particle, besides a
> It’s the basis of the pyramid of our standard
Given that the Higgs Boson weight >130 times as much as a proton, there are many particles weighing less than it: neutrinos, electrons, protons, pions (and many other mesons), W bosons, Z bosons. Even a number of atomic nuclei weigh less - like the majority of isotopes of all elements before Xenon.
> or energy being mass sped up past the speed
> > of light.
> So you don’t accept that e=mc^2?
> You do realize it’s been proven, right?
I don't object o E=mc^2. I object to your interpretation of it. It does not mean that energy is produced by speeding mass up beyond the speed of light. According to your hero Einstein, that is impossible. Maybe you should actually take a physics course.
> > >Then there’s Swedish experiment. which took
> > “Personal Responsibility” approach to the
> > pandemic and avoided shutdowns and they’ve had
> > far lower death rate than the US or Great
> > About the same as their neighbors who did shut
> > down everything at first.
> > Death rates from Covid:
> > US 2194/million
> > UK 2013/million
> > Sweden 1460/million
> > Denmark 459/million
> > Norway 159/million
> > Finland 197/million
> > The first half of your statement has some
> > validity. The second half is just wrong.