Good Point. I would also add that the continued masking (and social distancing) of a vaccinated person 1) prevents that person from participating in (and thereby us from ever achieving) herd immunity, and 2) allows the virus to perpetually grow and mutate into potentially more deadlier variants.Dontaskme wrote:Vaccinating people will not work to combat coronaviruses. As we've already seen with the more commonal garden flu vaccines. Viruses will just get more and more virulent and become more and more of a danger to their host as they continue to evolve. We'll reach a point where we will be vaccinating ourselves non-stop for ever. A Stupid and expensive idea, and toxic for the body.
Vaccinations are useless if we keep masking those that have been vaccinated. We can't develop new vaccines at a faster rate then we are allowing the virus to mutate.
Contrary to the government "misinformation" campaign, masking and social distancing does not stop or slow down the further growth and mutations of this virus. The ONLY solution is herd immunity, which we are foolishly preventing by adhering to bad science and government "misinformation".
Correct.Dontaskme wrote:There really is no hope or cure for sentient life except death. No one gets out of this virus and bacterial infested planet alive.
But maybe, to some, flogging dead horses may be what they live for.Dontaskme wrote:Just stop the fight and die gracefully. All life forms are basically just parasitic gouls consuming everything in their path. Including the human organism, especially the human organism.
We're all going to die, so why waste money and resources on flogging dead horses, it's an expense that is just not worth paying.
True, though from my view, while I'm alive, I'm gonna live like hell. Since, ain't none of us getting out of here alive, we might as well go down swinging (and raising hell). ...but then again, what choice do I have anyways? ...everything I do, and think, and feel is in reality just "given" to (and imposed on) me, ...so, okay I'm just trying to enjoy riding the train I've been put on, until it goes over the cliff.Dontaskme wrote:IMHO ...the only good thing about being alive is knowing it will end. No one has to agree with my views of course, each to their own, thoughts about living, what ever gets you through the day or works for you is what really matters.