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>> No. 4007 Anonymous
23rd October 2015
Friday 11:31 pm
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Lads, I have figured out how to save humanity. It came to me while I was having a wank to some extremely weird porn.

Since MRSA came about because of some bacteria that became immune to antibiotics, and since this will probably happen to all other kinds of bacteria and/or viruses that we suppress with antibiotics, I thought that maybe we can give these bacteria cancer, diabetes or aids, you know something like that and wait for them to become immune to it. Then we get whatever made them immune to those diseases and give it to humans.

Also, I probably saved agriculture accidentally, because if I apply the same rule to plants, and get veggies that are immune to pests, fungi, and other problems, then we won't have to use neonicotinoid pesticides and kill all the bees.

Another thing that came to me earlier today as I shat was that if babies were like "vaccinated" by giving them shellfish and peanuts, then they wouldn't become allergic to these things.

I always knew I was too fucking smart. I'm feeling very smug right now lads.
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>> No. 4009 Anonymous
23rd October 2015
Friday 11:38 pm
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Please don't drink and /lab/.

Your mother is so worried about you.
>> No. 4010 Anonymous
23rd October 2015
Friday 11:39 pm
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>>4007


>Since MRSA came about because of some bacteria that became immune to antibiotics, and since this will probably happen to all other kinds of bacteria and/or viruses that we suppress with antibiotics, I thought that maybe we can give these bacteria cancer, diabetes or aids, you know something like that and wait for them to become immune to it. Then we get whatever made them immune to those diseases and give it to humans.

1. Antibiotics do nothing to viruses, unless they're so broad spectrum and toxic that they kill everything even the patient.

2. Bacteria, not even taking into account them not being close to a model organisms for the human immune system, have more efficient error checking mechanisms than we do, and self-lyse when terminal mutations occur.

3. Transfecting bacterial DNA into a human is illegal.
>> No. 4011 Anonymous
23rd October 2015
Friday 11:53 pm
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>>4009
Mate, that's when all the best ideas come to you.

>>4010
>1. Antibiotics do nothing to viruses, unless they're so broad spectrum and toxic that they kill everything even the patient.
Is that the only thing that kills viruses? Hmm. Fine. We can start off with bacterial infections only then.

>2. Bacteria, not even taking into account them not being close to a model organisms for the human immune system, have more efficient error checking mechanisms than we do, and self-lyse when terminal mutations occur.
Why can't we copy that great efficient error checking mechanism? Why can't we play about with autolysis?

>3. Transfecting bacterial DNA into a human is illegal.
Why? What the hell. We could have had Spiderman by now. Is it because of religion?
>> No. 4012 Anonymous
24th October 2015
Saturday 12:01 am
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>>4011

We have anti-retroviral drugs. AIDs patients take them, they're not anti-biotics. Anti-virals exist too.

It's illegal because it's dangerous.

I could explain this too you, why it wouldn't work and the ethical concerns behind it, but you need to put aside your preconceptions and come at this topic with an open mind otherwise I'll be investing a lot of time for what might end up as a cunt off and I don't particularly want to bang my head against that particular wall.
>> No. 4013 Anonymous
24th October 2015
Saturday 12:43 am
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>>4012
Mate there is no reason to get defensive. You seem to know more about this subject than I do, and if I could learn from you, then we all win don't we?

I also had a dream (maybe a nightmare I don't know), where women were forced to take a pill. The pill made any child they had white-European.
>> No. 4014 Anonymous
24th October 2015
Saturday 12:51 am
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>>4013

THE DREAM!
>> No. 4015 Anonymous
24th October 2015
Saturday 12:58 am
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>>4014
Considering how lucrative the skin whitening business is in Asia and Africa, I doubt anyone would be forced to take the pill.
>> No. 4016 Anonymous
24th October 2015
Saturday 5:24 am
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>>4015

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PivWY9wn5ps

I'm looking at the man in the mirror.
I'm asking him to change his ways.
For example, stop being black.
>> No. 4020 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 6:36 pm
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HOLY SHIT LADS!!!

I just gone and fucking did it. I figured out why autism has been on the rise. It is directly caused by use of technologies, especially computers (internet), and gaming. I believe it rewires our brains to think in a different way. More like a robot, 10101100001110. So irrational and complex emotional bullshit becomes hard to process.

I need to do tests, but I don't have enough kids or money to do this, but I think I am 100% right. If any smartarse (anyone who knows more about the subject than me) has any objections, please set me straight before I say this out loudly and people start thinking I'm mental.
>> No. 4021 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 6:45 pm
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>>4020

Something vague about correlation and causation springs to mind, though I can't quite put my finger on it. My mind always gets groggy after eating mashed potato, that must be it.
>> No. 4022 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 6:46 pm
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>>4020
You're definitely the first person to think this.
>> No. 4023 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 6:59 pm
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>>4022
Wait... Seriously? Hmm. Maybe I should google before I post things, but the problem with that is I will forget my idea by the time I open a new tab.

In any event, I know I am right.

>>4021
But this seems too good to be true.
>> No. 4024 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 7:25 pm
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>>4023

>But this seems too good to be true.

Whoooooosh!
>> No. 4025 Anonymous
20th November 2015
Friday 10:43 pm
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>>4020

You are Baroness Greenfield and I claim my £5.
>> No. 4026 Anonymous
22nd November 2015
Sunday 5:21 am
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>>4020
That really made me chuckle heartily. Thank you.
>> No. 4061 Anonymous
29th May 2016
Sunday 11:00 am
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Mate retroviruses

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