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(Phys Org2)   Successful tests of mRNA delivery mechanism that emulates the flu virus: next generation mRNA vaccines may be delivered by a nebulizer, not a needle   (phys.org) divider line
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2021-12-01 6:40:10 AM  
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/Edge lord
 
2021-12-01 6:49:45 AM  
I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.
 
2021-12-01 7:16:04 AM  
Clearly designed with 6G technology

Study it out
 
2021-12-01 7:18:51 AM  

Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.


I know one person with a needle phobia. He's also not a farking moron, so the day he found out the vaccine was available to all adults is the day he went to a clinic to get it. He said it actually did hurt because he flinched when they stuck him. He was back exactly 3 weeks later to get the second dose. He had to weigh a few minutes of triggering a phobia against the risk of killing parents or grandparents with a plague he might not even know he had. There was exactly one decision that made sense, so he accepted that and dealt with it.

Phobias suck. Accidentally killing innocent people sucks a hell of a lot more.
 
2021-12-01 7:28:36 AM  
Here's the thing Trumpers, pay attention.  Anyone could be walking around with a portable nebulizer, spraying vaccine particles into the air you breathe, particularly in crowds and in smaller rooms with a lot of people.

The only way to survive this horror is to wear a mask, up properly over your nose.  It's the only way to be sure the liberals don't get you!
 
2021-12-01 7:36:16 AM  
Cool.

For bioweapons aficionados.
 
2021-12-01 7:45:17 AM  
Now do Covid and crop spray the rural areas to force vaccination on the yokels
 
2021-12-01 7:51:07 AM  

trerro: Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.

I know one person with a needle phobia. He's also not a farking moron, so the day he found out the vaccine was available to all adults is the day he went to a clinic to get it. He said it actually did hurt because he flinched when they stuck him. He was back exactly 3 weeks later to get the second dose. He had to weigh a few minutes of triggering a phobia against the risk of killing parents or grandparents with a plague he might not even know he had. There was exactly one decision that made sense, so he accepted that and dealt with it.

Phobias suck. Accidentally killing innocent people sucks a hell of a lot more.


I'm a lot like your friend, minus spasming when I get a shot. Hate it but I put up with it because it's smarter than being too chicken. Just saying that there are a lot of people who hate needles and not all of them manage to screw their courage to the sticking place, as it was phrased in Macbeth.
 
2021-12-01 7:58:28 AM  
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2021-12-01 8:05:48 AM  

Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.


I got over my trypanophobia* by making myself participate in a company blood drive. Once I dealt with that, all those tiny-needle shots didn't bother me in the least.

/now I give O- double reds every four months
//not saying it would work for everyone
///*yes, I had to look it up
 
2021-12-01 8:20:08 AM  

KingOfTown: Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.

I got over my trypanophobia* by making myself participate in a company blood drive. Once I dealt with that, all those tiny-needle shots didn't bother me in the least.

/now I give O- double reds every four months
//not saying it would work for everyone
///*yes, I had to look it up


Glad that worked for you. Thanks for donating, you may well have saved some lives.
 
2021-12-01 8:21:16 AM  
Soon we can start rounding up Republicans and putting them in (vaccine) gas chambers!

/sorry
 
2021-12-01 10:32:26 AM  

KingOfTown: Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.

I got over my trypanophobia* by making myself participate in a company blood drive. Once I dealt with that, all those tiny-needle shots didn't bother me in the least.

/now I give O- double reds every four months
//not saying it would work for everyone
///*yes, I had to look it up


Guy I knew gave blood all the time.
Until a trainee hit an artery.
His whole arm swelled up, sending him to hospital for surgery.
That's always stuck with me when considering donating.
 
2021-12-01 10:46:56 AM  

I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise: KingOfTown: Marksrevenge: I legitimately would love to know how many anti-vax people are secretly motivated by fear of needles/injections. Common phobia. Many will never admit it in a survey though, so we're not apt to find out soon.

I got over my trypanophobia* by making myself participate in a company blood drive. Once I dealt with that, all those tiny-needle shots didn't bother me in the least.

/now I give O- double reds every four months
//not saying it would work for everyone
///*yes, I had to look it up

Guy I knew gave blood all the time.
Until a trainee hit an artery.
His whole arm swelled up, sending him to hospital for surgery.
That's always stuck with me when considering donating.


Guy I knew used to drive places all the time, until a student driver T-boned him at an intersection. He spent months in recovery but is okay now.

That's always stuck with me when considering driving.
 
2021-12-01 4:26:09 PM  

kidgenius: Now do Covid and crop spray the rural areas to force vaccination on the yokels


Why limit it to rural areas.  There are probably many more unvaccinated per square mile in urban settings than there are out in the sticks.

If you're trying to get the most bang for your crop-spraying buck...
 
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