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posted on May, 31 2021 @ 11:48 PM
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Mother nature created virus to control cell population. Without virus, cells quickly multiply and consume Earth's natural resources, leading to what happened to Thano's home planet Titan. Massive die out and extinction following incredible science advancements. With that being said, people should not interfere with mother nature, let the virus do their jobs, and not end up like Titans.




posted on May, 31 2021 @ 11:51 PM
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Viruses are little computer programs that trigger changes and disrupt things. It can lead to a complete destruction of the computer software. Just like viruses do in our bodies.



posted on May, 31 2021 @ 11:54 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
Viruses are little computer programs that trigger changes and disrupt things. It can lead to a complete destruction of the computer software. Just like viruses do in our bodies.


Virus don't eat, don't drink, don't breathe. Cells do. Cells are destructive to a planet's natural resources. Cells multiply and consume. Without checks and balances, the planet will face extinction. If Man destroys virus using mRNA vaccines, then Man will doom this planet.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:08 AM
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originally posted by: AdamHe

Mother nature created virus to control cell population.

But Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created viruses.

Many have been created in labs, which Mother Nature had nothing to do with.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:10 AM
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originally posted by: BrokenCircles

originally posted by: AdamHe

Mother nature created virus to control cell population.

But Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created viruses.

Many have been created in labs, which Mother Nature had nothing to do with.




Mother nature created virus shortly after evolution of cells. In order to control cell population, virus do not metabolize and infect cells instead. In fact, half of bacteria are killed by bacteriophages every day to prevent bacteria from depleting the planet's natural resources.
edit on 1-6-2021 by AdamHe because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:19 AM
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a reply to: AdamHe

Messing with Mother Nature is only natural for humans. It's what we do. From the first day a caveman modified his environment by starting a fire, our entire existence has been based on changing nature to suit us.

So far, we've been successful because we're still here. Dinosaurs lasted a lot longer than we have because they adapted to their environment. But in the end, they failed because the environment changed faster than they could adapt.

Can humans adapt fast enough to keep up with the environment? Time will tell. If not, Mother Nature will just start over with something else. Ants seem like a good starting point. Those little guys are survivors.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:24 AM
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originally posted by: AdamHe

originally posted by: BrokenCircles

originally posted by: AdamHe

Mother nature created virus to control cell population.

But Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created viruses.

Many have been created in labs, which Mother Nature had nothing to do with.




Mother nature created virus shortly after evolution of cells. In order to control cell population, virus do not metabolize and infect cells instead. In fact, half of bacteria are killed by bacteriophages every day to prevent bacteria from depleting the planet's natural resources.


But you are not right, Mother Nature created us and some of us actually modified the viruses and microbes. It is that humans have been conditioned to not listen to mother nature now, they listen to the coins going into their bank accounts and revel in the degree hanging on their wall.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:38 AM
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originally posted by: VictorVonDoom
a reply to: AdamHe

Messing with Mother Nature is only natural for humans. It's what we do. From the first day a caveman modified his environment by starting a fire, our entire existence has been based on changing nature to suit us.

So far, we've been successful because we're still here. Dinosaurs lasted a lot longer than we have because they adapted to their environment. But in the end, they failed because the environment changed faster than they could adapt.

Can humans adapt fast enough to keep up with the environment? Time will tell. If not, Mother Nature will just start over with something else. Ants seem like a good starting point. Those little guys are survivors.


Cephalopod seem like a good candidate.




posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:39 AM
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originally posted by: rickymouse

originally posted by: AdamHe

originally posted by: BrokenCircles

originally posted by: AdamHe

Mother nature created virus to control cell population.

But Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created viruses.

Many have been created in labs, which Mother Nature had nothing to do with.




Mother nature created virus shortly after evolution of cells. In order to control cell population, virus do not metabolize and infect cells instead. In fact, half of bacteria are killed by bacteriophages every day to prevent bacteria from depleting the planet's natural resources.


But you are not right, Mother Nature created us and some of us actually modified the viruses and microbes. It is that humans have been conditioned to not listen to mother nature now, they listen to the coins going into their bank accounts and revel in the degree hanging on their wall.


Human is like that rebellious teenager. Or you can think of human as that trouble maker.
edit on 1-6-2021 by AdamHe because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 01:14 AM
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a reply to: AdamHe

When you say "mess with mother nature" what exactly do you mean?

Bare existence moves atoms around. Is moving a rock messing with nature? How about cooking food? Fertilizing a plant? Spraying insecticide? Powering up a radio? Producing steel? Plastic packaging? Washing with detergents?

Everything we do is messing with nature. We are part of it. Inextricably intertwined.

And our way of observing and then using that knowledge will mean that the more we understand and experience, the greater our finesse in messing with nature will become.

Not only that, but much of nature is not particularly 'motherly' to us.

Deadly plagues, dangerous weather and geological events, poisonous plants and dangerous animals.

We do what we do to survive and thrive. Hopefully we can be clever and not touch the things that can hurt us?

edit on 1/6/2021 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 03:07 AM
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a reply to: AdamHe

Mankind doomed itself when it became materialistic and lazy.

Every home should have a garden, or least a co-op garden for every dozen homes. Anything with "Big" in front of it is destroying humanity. Big Pharma, Big Farms, any Big Chain of stores and eateries. No town should have 5 McDonald's, but it's needed because people eat McD's four or five times a week. My town here has 7 or 8 Food Lions. A dozen Dollar General's. It's overkill.

"But it's jobs."

Yeah, low wage go nowhere jobs.

Then people need five TVs, three vehicles, it's ridiculous.

Viruses come and go. The planet can endure. Mankind cannot survive unless it gets its priorities right.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 06:48 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: AdamHe

When you say "mess with mother nature" what exactly do you mean?

Bare existence moves atoms around. Is moving a rock messing with nature? How about cooking food? Fertilizing a plant? Spraying insecticide? Powering up a radio? Producing steel? Plastic packaging? Washing with detergents?

Everything we do is messing with nature. We are part of it. Inextricably intertwined.

And our way of observing and then using that knowledge will mean that the more we understand and experience, the greater our finesse in messing with nature will become.

Not only that, but much of nature is not particularly 'motherly' to us.

Deadly plagues, dangerous weather and geological events, poisonous plants and dangerous animals.

We do what we do to survive and thrive. Hopefully we can be clever and not touch the things that can hurt us?

Well said.
A star on your post.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 07:40 AM
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halturnerradioshow.com... s-this-mean-everyone-vaccinated-is-manufacturing-their-own-spike-protein-toxins-in-their-own-bodies

 


8:56 audio by Dr Bridle MD



Spike protein is a pathogenic toxin that causes damage if in circulation, binds to platelets, epithelial cells of blood vessels, clotting, bleeding, heart problems, brain blood clotting.
Conclusion is "We made a big mistake, and didn't realize it till now." "We thought the spike protein was a great target antigen but never knew the spike protein itself was a pathogenic toxin protein."



for the past 4 weeks, i have been citing how the 'spike protein' itself is a Pathogen
and is the platform from which new 'variants' will/might/could mature into a disease

COVID19 is just an early development sprung from the CoronaVirus, spike-Protein
~i quietly inform the ATS members & readers of breaking news before it actually breaks, , a voice from the crowd ~
at your service



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 07:55 AM
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originally posted by: AdamHe
Mother nature created virus to control cell population. Without virus, cells quickly multiply and consume Earth's natural resources, leading to what happened to Thano's home planet Titan. Massive die out and extinction following incredible science advancements. With that being said, people should not interfere with mother nature, let the virus do their jobs, and not end up like Titans.

While I wouldn't use a fictional story as a basis for an argument one way or another...

Your final point is 100% valid.

There are literally dozens of trillions of different bacteria, and hundreds of trillions of virii existing in our bodies - all of us, all of the time.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 08:15 AM
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originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: AdamHe

When you say "mess with mother nature" what exactly do you mean?

Bare existence moves atoms around. Is moving a rock messing with nature? How about cooking food? Fertilizing a plant? Spraying insecticide? Powering up a radio? Producing steel? Plastic packaging? Washing with detergents?

Everything we do is messing with nature. We are part of it. Inextricably intertwined.

And our way of observing and then using that knowledge will mean that the more we understand and experience, the greater our finesse in messing with nature will become.

Not only that, but much of nature is not particularly 'motherly' to us.

Deadly plagues, dangerous weather and geological events, poisonous plants and dangerous animals.

We do what we do to survive and thrive. Hopefully we can be clever and not touch the things that can hurt us?


Mother nature is cruel and unforgiving, but you know what? It's tough love. If a big chunk of bacteria population is not killed off by bacteriophages every day, what do you think will happen to this planet? Everything needs checks and balances. Humans are no exception. Without checks and balances, because cellular organisms consume and consume and consume, Earth's natural resources will be depleted and Earth's land and water polluted by metabolic waste produced by cellular organism when they metabolize.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 11:58 AM
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a reply to: AdamHe

Then they should of never started pumping metal into the atmosphere to reflect heat and light.. only to stop and claim global warming and climate change. They have been doing this since the 70s.


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posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:12 PM
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a reply to: AdamHe

Haven't seen a superhero movie since the Spider Man came out in like the year 2000? But yeah, I get what you are trying to infer. As I have previously stated, the human immune system is more than adequate to deal with most ills on this planet. But apparently people just love to have needles in their arms, and we wonder why there is an opiate crisis in America...

Still, I remember being mad at how Spider Man didn't have 8 legs, anatomically correct body (Thorax, abdomen, etc and his spinnerets where placed on his wrists, also he should only have one spinneret on his body and not two.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 12:20 PM
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originally posted by: AdamHe

originally posted by: BrokenCircles

originally posted by: AdamHe

Mother nature created virus to control cell population.

But Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created viruses.

Many have been created in labs, which Mother Nature had nothing to do with.




Mother nature created virus shortly after evolution of cells. In order to control cell population, virus do not metabolize and infect cells instead. In fact, half of bacteria are killed by bacteriophages every day to prevent bacteria from depleting the planet's natural resources.


Aren't Virus just mammals that are too lazy to evolve?



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 05:31 PM
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originally posted by: AdamHe

originally posted by: chr0naut
a reply to: AdamHe

When you say "mess with mother nature" what exactly do you mean?

Bare existence moves atoms around. Is moving a rock messing with nature? How about cooking food? Fertilizing a plant? Spraying insecticide? Powering up a radio? Producing steel? Plastic packaging? Washing with detergents?

Everything we do is messing with nature. We are part of it. Inextricably intertwined.

And our way of observing and then using that knowledge will mean that the more we understand and experience, the greater our finesse in messing with nature will become.

Not only that, but much of nature is not particularly 'motherly' to us.

Deadly plagues, dangerous weather and geological events, poisonous plants and dangerous animals.

We do what we do to survive and thrive. Hopefully we can be clever and not touch the things that can hurt us?


Mother nature is cruel and unforgiving, but you know what? It's tough love. If a big chunk of bacteria population is not killed off by bacteriophages every day, what do you think will happen to this planet? Everything needs checks and balances. Humans are no exception. Without checks and balances, because cellular organisms consume and consume and consume, Earth's natural resources will be depleted and Earth's land and water polluted by metabolic waste produced by cellular organism when they metabolize.


Anthropomorphize all you want, but the balance is just that, a balance of opposing and blind forces.

Sure there is a suggestion of intelligent design to things, but it is a whisper, not a shout. The whole system is complex beyond human capability to fully understand and "the Devil is in the details".

That is why we need to listen to all the eco-warriors and climate scientists, because a fiscal profit motive alone does not make for a sustainable or comfortable future. The currency is wrong.



posted on Jun, 1 2021 @ 05:36 PM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies

originally posted by: AdamHe

originally posted by: BrokenCircles

originally posted by: AdamHe

Mother nature created virus to control cell population.

But Mother Nature isn't the only one who has created viruses.

Many have been created in labs, which Mother Nature had nothing to do with.



Mother nature created virus shortly after evolution of cells. In order to control cell population, virus do not metabolize and infect cells instead. In fact, half of bacteria are killed by bacteriophages every day to prevent bacteria from depleting the planet's natural resources.


Aren't Virus just mammals that are too lazy to evolve?


Virii are more like chemicals that usurp biology. They are highly mutable, way more than mammals, and are, therefore, usually evolving faster than mammals can cope with.

Thank goodness that some mammals have big brains and can adapt in ways not purely evolutionary!



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