Oh well, there’s always another chance tomorrow

This seems to be a weekly occurrence.

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Do people actually believe this baloney?



WAND is a new revolutionary healthcare instrument that is about to transform medicine into something that resembles science fiction, possibly making conventional cancer treatments obsolete.

Rachel Alig in Target List

Big Pharma wants WAND and its creators eliminated!


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7 thoughts on “Oh well, there’s always another chance tomorrow

  1. Kenneth T. August 6, 2022 / 9:36 am

    The “asteroid” looks more real than the “Earth” ~js

  2. lhakes12 August 6, 2022 / 10:03 am

    The bottom line is that NASA cannot be trusted. And the fear of asteroids plummeting to the Earth seems like another scare tactic.

    And from their article they describe some to be twice the length of an American football field.

    And from other information I found online these asteroids have been supposedly flying by our planet for 600 million years. “Some 26,115 asteroids have skimmed past the Earth since 1990, according to NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies.”They claim 60 asteroids or similar objects of 3 miles or longer in size or larger in size have hit the earth.

    They state one hit in Canada 1.8 billion years ago. And one hit in South Africa 2 billion years ago. But isn’t a billion more than 600 million? There seems to be some contradiction here here!

    And scientists point out that asteroids have caused different formations from all over the world.
    But these are all statements. What exactly is their proof?


    • Dr. John Reizer August 6, 2022 / 10:15 am

      Thanks for sharing, Lisa! 👍

      I believe that the narrative presented by mainstream science about Earth being in constant threat of annihilation from passing space rocks is more baloney (fearporn) than anything else.

      If this scenario was true, we would have been destroyed by the incoming debris long ago. Either the narrative is completely wrong, or our planet has a natural or intelligently designed shielding system.

      If it’s not meteorites threatening us, it’s solar flares, viruses, nuclear weapons, global warming, and the list goes on and on.

      It’s science fiction!

  3. Kenneth T. August 7, 2022 / 8:54 am

    I am curious (not really) on the number of people that fear these near misses. I for one – yawn at such notifications (from nasssssa), but who knows… they may be just playing the part of the boy who cried wolf. Still, would it be in my benefit to fear such a thing? No, not in the slightest.

    • Dr. John Reizer August 7, 2022 / 9:52 am

      I think plenty of people buy the nonsense regularly put out by NASA. Nothing NASA says or publishes should be taken seriously, in my opinion.


      • Kenneth T. August 7, 2022 / 10:42 am

        Yes, that’s true.
        Also if a guy can post a picture of a chorizo and call it an image of a distant sun… anything goes.

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