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The answer is simple. Because no one knew a thing about it si there could no reason to give. There was an irrational scepsis. Irrationality killed the cat and it's children. The cat being Reich and the children being his knowledge and means to check it. That is the only reason I can think about. All other reasons are based on a prejudicious and ignorant view ...


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I don't think that the carbon dioxide is the pollutant he is talking about, it is much more likely to be particulates (i.e. soot). " that it means: the amount of CO2 emitted by burning 1 ha of grassland is greater than the amount of CO2 released by 6000 cars in one year." This is irrelevant because it is seasonal grassland, which means that the ...


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I find it strange that they should talk about electron spin to the left. Electron spin is usually considered "up" or "down" and is quite arbitary. The concept of electron spin direction is not to be taken literally as say a ball spins. As the electron is a point particle it wouldn't really make sense. Rather it is found that electrons ...


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This claim seems to have originated from a profound misunderstanding of the word "quantified", perhaps an unfortunate consequence of the technical shorthand that scientists like to use. The culture and isolation of SARS-CoV-2 was successful from the very first patient studied[q1] and is trivial and done all over the globe; here is just one of many ...


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The quoted text seems to refer to quantum-mechanical "spin". However "left" or "right" spin are not part of that concept, and it has nothing at all to do with the food we eat. It is also unclear how an electron can be "stuck". Taken as a whole the first sentence seems to be nonsense. "That's the cause of all ...


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