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Come back to this post in years, we will be almost x5 from here. BTC

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https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/study-finds-most-highly-educated-americans-are-also-most-vaccine-hesitant

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    “It finds that the association between hesitancy and education level follows a U-shaped curve with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated. People with a master’s degree had the least hesitancy, and the highest hesitancy was among those holding a PhD.

In addition, while the lowest educated saw the largest drop in vaccine hesitancy for the first five months of 2021, those with PhD’s were the most likely to not change their minds."

This meme is incredibly accurate. I know a few of those hesitant PhDs... All quite intelligent and knowledgeable. My god do they know everything about everything. Breathtaking! Not a single one of them has a PhD in epidemiology though. Or medicine/biology. Or any natural science branch for that matter...

Just going to leave this here without making any conclusions Wink
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https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/study-finds-most-highly-educated-americans-are-also-most-vaccine-hesitant

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“It finds that the association between hesitancy and education level follows a U-shaped curve with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated. People with a master’s degree had the least hesitancy, and the highest hesitancy was among those holding a PhD.

In addition, while the lowest educated saw the largest drop in vaccine hesitancy for the first five months of 2021, those with PhD’s were the most likely to not change their minds."

This meme is incredibly accurate. I know a few of those hesitant PhDs... All quite intelligent and knowledgeable. My god do they know everything about everything. Breathtaking! Not a single one of them has a PhD in epidemiology though. Or medicine/biology. Or any natural science branch for that matter...

Just going to leave this here without making any conclusions Wink

I know a few of those hesitant PhDs too (and other university-educated relatives/friends). Not one of them has a medical/biology-related degree though. Funny thing is that they are ALL deeply religious! Apart from all the crazy conspiracy theories, many of them believe the vaccines are some kind of "marking" of the devil, as predicted in the Christian Bible.

Dangerous thing, religion. Stay away from it (if you can).
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That's exactly how the newbies react while investing in those shitcoins and then became victims of those traps.Whales and other who have already made or are going to make huge profits use hype as bait to attract newbies without knowledge into those shitcoins and then market dumps and they lost funds.

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Are u retarded or what? Vaccines like software have source code which has been published online and explained. Have you heard about reverse engineering? It's like you have an antivirus software on ur pc and you can reverse engineer it to get the source code and make sure it's not going to format your hard drive  Grin

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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

I would like for you to answer me and say I am part of the study and I am one of the reasons MSM is running around saying since Jan 1 99.2% of covid dead are not vaccinated.

You are helping to create the study. The only way to opt out of the study it to kill yourself.

Everyone else is in the study.

The problem I have is your bolded statement as you actually think you are exempt from the study.

If you want to opt out of the study suicide is the only way to not be included.

Unless you have your own rocket ship and leave the planet.

I do not have an issue with you opting to not take a shot.
I do have an issue thinking that means you are not in the study.

But I sure this post will simply anger you and you will not be able to see a very simple truth.
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

I would like for you to answer me and say I am part of the study and I am one of the reasons MSM is running around saying since Jan 1 99.2% of covid dead are not vaccinated.

You are helping to create the study. The only way to opt out of the study it to kill yourself.

Everyone else is in the study.

The problem I have is your bolded statement as you actually think you are exempt from the study.

It you you want to opt out of the study suicide is the only way to not be included.

Unless you have your own rocket ship and leave the planet.

I do not have an issue with you opted to not take a shot.
I do have an issue thinking that means you are not in the study.

Fair point, you're completely right and hadn't considered this angle, can't argue against that logic to save my non-vaccinated life. You must be very logical individual given the number of other users that overlooked this factor, something I deeply admire to be honest.

I therefore take back the fact I'm not part of this study in a wider sense, even if not part of the isolated and well-controlled vaccination study directly. Potentially being part of the minority un-vaccinated will be as valuable (if not more valuable) medical research then being part of the vaccinated majority, only time will tell. I'm more than happy to be able to potentially contribute regarding this medical research in the future for sure, I do love new discoveries, experiments, innovations, etc.

For sure if I ever got tested positive for covid, I'd happily submit any relevant information required to assist in the necessary research. Ultimately though, as someone who was engaged in relief packages to many isolators and covid positive cases in the early days of lockdown for many months, the likelihood of me already coming into contact with it was extremely high. I additionally made the effort to intentionally expose myself as intensely as possible at that time in order to try and build immunity, while responsibly avoiding putting others at risk. This while also maintaining an incredibly healthy fitness routine and solid diet. Think consuming any physical contact before washing hands, wearing a mask but exposing myself to non-mask wearers etc.

When the initial lockdown occurred and the streets were deserted with the exception of the licensed workers such as myself risking our lives in order to assist (potentially even save) others, it's hard not to think I came in contact with at least one strain of the virus, repeatedly I imagine, despite no-one directly around me testing positive either. Hence I don't feel the need for a vaccine personally, I think I'm past that point in time now to due high exposure. If there was another lockdown I'd return to relief work I imagine (as adore the freedom of the apolocalyptic outdoors more than anything else), and hopefully I'd be able to do this un-vaccinated to avoid the potential of losing valuable research data.

It's nice to know that I am therefore playing my part in this public experiment so I appreciate your valuable insight. I felt a bit selfish not participating directly to be honest, even if seems unncessary due to the large sample size already, but ultimately it does make me feel a lot better now Smiley

But I sure this post will simply anger you and you will not be able to see a very simple truth.

You don't know me very well it seems, it's best to avoid making assumptions without solid facts to backup such a statement Wink
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

I'm glad that you listened to the butterfly! Cheesy Cheesy

Also, the vaccine is way beyond experimental. It is a death sentence for those who have it. It will not come immediately. But I already know like around 7-8 people that got cancer after they got the shot.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

(the Cancer is not because of the shot directly, but because the shot makes your body to be drained of vitamins, and then the diseases start coming for you when you have a weak immune system.)
(also... you can check out that Vitamin C guy on youtube that cured his stage 5 cancer a week before he was sentenced to death by PhD's.)  Grin  Grin




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"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt"

It was written especially for savetherainforest.

I have lots of friends that work in government that took the shot. And they all are with loose teeth and more white hair then they should have for their age. (Most of them are in their 30's < > 40's)

My view with the shot is not that is bad. But it's problematic for those who have to work or interact with many people per day. Each time they absorb corona particles from other people, the body destroys the infected cell trough immunity from the shot. But it takes 7 days to 3 weeks to regenerate lung cells. And also if they don't eat fish meat or much meat every day, at least half a kilo, then they will be deficient AF! Also many other vitamins that help cell recovery and sustain viability need to be supplemented, but eh some people think that vitamins don't matter. (and they don't, you just don't need to listen to the "recommended dosage" on the lable and just simply try to overdose on them with a 3-4x on their daily recommended quantity.)
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I was wondering if there's a category of people who support the vaccine, as naturally intrigued by research projects and public experiments, but chose to abstain as not getting paid to test new medical research?

I've otherwise stayed out of the debate for a while, just listening to friends who say they will never get it and we need to fight, as well as others who claim I am dumb for not having it already. Truth be told, my main argument for not getting the vaccine is my sock draw is always a complete mess. I have to keep rearranging it with thinner socks at the front for the warmer weather, but with access to thicker socks for work and gardening. It's a real nightmare to be honest and is a lot of maintenance for me, it's meant I simply haven't had the time to join this research project. That and the day I genuinely considered having the vaccine - "the day" as others put it - a beautiful butterfly landed on my knee (that was dirty from soil work) and with persistence decided to clean me while gaining sufficient nutrients, or so I assume. I tried to deter this creature but they were so persistent and determined so I gave up. It completely distracted me from thinking about taking the vaccine, and personally haven't thought about it since.

I otherwise support everyone who has become part of this experiment, I genuinely salute you all! Medical advancements are needed, and this is a very well controlled study with an amazing sample size. I look forward to the continued results of this experiment in the coming years. Naturally I'm skeptical with any untested medicines/vaccines that haven't gone through the test of time, at least 2-3 years but realistically 10 years for the full research to be discovered.

If you're part of the older generation then for sure you have nothing to lose, but personally, I feel I've still got a lot to live for. None the less, I appreciate all of you who are vaccinated for being part of this study so I don't have to  Smiley

I'm glad that you listened to the butterfly! Cheesy Cheesy

Also, the vaccine is way beyond experimental. It is a death sentence for those who have it. It will not come immediately. But I already know like around 7-8 people that got cancer after they got the shot.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

(the Cancer is not because of the shot directly, but because the shot makes your body to be drained of vitamins, and then the diseases start coming for you when you have a weak immune system.)
(also... you can check out that Vitamin C guy on youtube that cured his stage 5 cancer a week before he was sentenced to death by PhD's.)  Grin  Grin


Fuck me you know a lot . Your so clever.  I'm in ore of your knowledge.  I'm so privileged to be in your company. What you do for  living ? Are you a scientist? Must be nice knowing more than everyone else

I'm so retarded


And a sarcastic "Thank You!" to you too! Smiley  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes


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Christie's auctioning artist NFT creations via online auctions:



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For this first-ever design NFT sale offered by a major auction house, Christie’s partnered with acclaimed nonconformist Misha Kahn (b. 1989), a material polymath whose irreverent approach encompasses a wide range of techniques and tools, from lo-fi collage and improvisational molds to virtual reality and robotics. Furniture Unhinged presents ten NFTs, each comprising a unique 3D model rendered as an FBX file together with a corresponding MP4 single-channel “trophy” video of the object spinning on a pedestal.

Each lot represents an individual frame captured from a thirteen-second source animation by Kahn, whose biomorphic protagonist morphs through various furniture types and functions within a virtual, off-world architectural space.

In a departure from previous NFT-based artworks, the owner of each of the present lots may 3D-print as many physical examples of their FBX as they would like, and/or they may commission one unique, authentic example which Kahn will render in PETG thermoplastic polyester, epoxy, and paint. The ninth lot, It Must Have Been The Clams, is accompanied in the current sale by a real-life example

Warning, the image I just copied in this post could be worth a few million bucks one day!
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A Dutch family traded ALL of their liquidity for Bitcoin (and some s**t) when BTC was at $900.  They have six hardware wallets stored in various places around the globe.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/11/bitcoin-family-hides-bitcoin-ethereum-and-litecoin-in-secret-vaults.html


There is a remark by Chainalylsis in the article that they calculate an estimated 3.7 million BTC are lost.  It would useful for us to KNOW, but that figure sounds about right.

The 6 locations seems a bit much, but if say, a family back in 2017 sold everything, and maybe got $500k to $1m worth of everything, and bought BTC at $900 each, the could be looking at 555 BTC to 1000 BTC. They are looking at at least $27m USD worth, but if they never needed more than $1m before they will definitely keep all the rest in cold storage and just access them once a year or so for living expenses and potentially be able to live of that for the next several generations.

As for lost BTC, its a little bit difficult as some really old coins have been moving, but I would guess or estimate that you can just look at any coins or addresses that have not moved in maybe 10 years, and those could be considered lost. The longer coins do not move, the more likely they are lost.
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As for concrete and pylons depends on code.

I can do this with  a gravel pad and not be called permanent structure  so no tax on it and no permit.

If I do concrete I need a permit.

This is different from a concrete pad. It can be either a concrete block or you can cast concrete cylinders.

I have been lucky so far with poison ivy with no incidents though my wife has had it a few times. I almost wonder if there's such a thing as immunity.

Yes.  Some people do not have a reaction to it.
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A Dutch family traded ALL of their liquidity for Bitcoin (and some s**t) when BTC was at $900.  They have six hardware wallets stored in various places around the globe.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/11/bitcoin-family-hides-bitcoin-ethereum-and-litecoin-in-secret-vaults.html


There is a remark by Chainalylsis in the article that they calculate an estimated 3.7 million BTC are lost.  It would useful for us to KNOW, but that figure sounds about right.

The 6 locations seems a bit much, but if say, a family back in 2017 sold everything, and maybe got $500k to $1m worth of everything, and bought BTC at $900 each, the could be looking at 555 BTC to 1000 BTC. They are looking at at least $27m USD worth, but if they never needed more than $1m before they will definitely keep all the rest in cold storage and just access them once a year or so for living expenses and potentially be able to live of that for the next several generations.

As for lost BTC, its a little bit difficult as some really old coins have been moving, but I would guess or estimate that you can just look at any coins or addresses that have not moved in maybe 10 years, and those could be considered lost. The longer coins do not move, the more likely they are lost.

Imo a normal house not in a big city …. A village house = 300-500k on avg of course more expensive ones for sure …. But on AVG

Then maybe how much is been paid of 10-20-50-70 or more %…. So no one can guess it easily could be 50-200 btc as well…. Could be more too…. No one knows….
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