The recording of the LSU-4 conversation may not have been …

Comment on LSU-3 Case Moves Forward in Riverside Court by Sean Pitman.

The recording of the LSU-4 conversation may not have been technically illegal. However, the distribution of it, without the permission of those recorded, even though it was originally published on the internet by Lenny (the one who accidentally made and published the recording), may still be illegal.

Sean Pitman
www.DetectingDesign.com

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Mandates vs. Religious Exemptions
Ouch! 😉


Mandates vs. Religious Exemptions
Naturally-acquired immunity that is gained from surviving a previous COVID-19 infection has been shown to be protective to a similar if not greater degree compared to vaccine-derived immunity – and therefore should count as having adequate immunity without having to get vaccinated.


Mandates vs. Religious Exemptions
Come on now. The antigens were detected in very small amounts due to the “ultralow detection limits of the Simoa assays” that were used. Just because very small amounts of spike protein antigens end up in the plasma does not discount the “basic science” that the spike protein produced by the vaccines does in fact anchor itself, generally speaking, to the surfaces of the cells that produce it following vaccination.


Mandates vs. Religious Exemptions
Again, this paper doesn’t present an actual mechanism for harming the human immune system as already explained to you. Let me know what the authors say – if they ever respond.


Mandates vs. Religious Exemptions
I thought you’d appreciate it – given the irony of it. After all, this is just basic science here. The authors here are not claiming something novel that has no mechanistic basis. There are many other places where you can read up on the mechanism of how the spike proteins are presented on the surfaces of the muscles cells where they are produced (Link, Link, Link, Link).