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C02 "Plumes" and Contrails….

•, By eric

As if that were necessary.

An inconvenient but central truth about "masks" is that they are made of material that is porous to viral material, which is so minuscule in size it easily passes through the gauzy fabric and certainly bypasses the devices entirely by escaping via the sides. This can be demonstrated by observing smoke exhaled by a person wearing a "mask." And, of course, the whole exercise is based on a false premise – that of perpetual contagiousness.

An inconvenient but central truth about carbon dioxide is there's very little of it. So little it is probably true more of it would be a boon rather than a bane, if – as we are told – more carbon dioxide in the air will warm up the planet a bit.

Warmth is good for living things. Cold kills them. Directly – and indirectly, via starving them. But could an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the air warm the Earth dangerously? This has been asserted – by the same people who assert that "masks" are necessary to keep people who aren't sick from spreading a sickness they haven't got. But is there evidence to support this assertion – other than predictions based on computer models fed cherry-picked variables?

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Most viruses and viral materials that are exhaled from a person, are exhaled inside of droplets of moisture that the masks often stop. However, stopping some of the viruses this way isn't a certain thing, because many droplets are small enough to go thru masks just like viruses do. In addition, these and other "bugs" that remain in the mask, are often inhaled back into the person, after growing in multitude, thereby affecting him adversely. In addition, the masks themselves often give off toxic substances from their material makeup. Take your pick. Masks aren't any kind of an ideal protection, either in or out.

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