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avenger236

saying that the vaccine is gonna make you sterile because you read a comment on youtube, mentioning a post on facebook that is random quote from a facebook "doctor" that nobody has heard of, isnt questioning the science.

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vadersithlord

It only works if you are competent to question science. Some random fuck on meth can't just say vaccines contain led and call it "QuEsTiOnInG ScIeNcE".

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toorn

No questioning science is not science. Questioning scientific consensus when you have conflicting results is. And you should start with questioning your own results first or be prepared for embarrasment when someone shows you your flaws.

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readthisc0mment

Trust the data and scientist. Oh yes.

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vensalir

Absolutely true. As long as the challenge is based on science itself and it's backed by evidence. Just saying "Nah, I don't believe this" is not a valid challenge.

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namex

I don't need your "science" to know shit is not adding up. When dude named Patrick King in Alberta Canada, is literally fucking up whole plandemic with request for sars cov 2 isolation documents. And all your "scientists" and "medical experts" can't provide any of that. But hey you're free to provide that to us 9gag experts.

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mirandamarco

No shit Sherlock!

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grenangle

If you have an issue with the consensus within a field and it’s your field of expertise then your job is to convince your peers not me. If it’s not your field you’re probably an idiot.

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dudemeister122

As a scientist, I prefer to be challenged by trained professionals in my field of expertise, rather than a sentient chipmunk with internet access. At least then I don't have to waste time explaining how to calculate probabilities and how to read simple statistical data.

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