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23 minutes ago, time said:

The opening sentence from his Wikipedia entry tells you all you need to know about Dr. Coleman:

 

 

Quite and I'm not saying that isn't true, I don't know him enough but anyone can edit Wikipedia.

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3 minutes ago, the_engineer said:

 

Quite and I'm not saying that isn't true, I don't know him enough but anyone can edit Wikipedia.

That is true of course, but you'd have to be pretty blinkered to not realise that he's one of the 20th/21st Century's greatest charlatans.

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5 hours ago, time said:

The opening sentence from his Wikipedia entry tells you all you need to know about Dr. Coleman:

 

Wasn't he also the Dr that used to takes questions on Radio 1, like, eons ago?

 

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2 hours ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

Wasn't he also the Dr that used to takes questions on Radio 1, like, eons ago?

 

I don't remember him from Radio 1, but I remember him from the papers (not my papers obviously) Dr Vernons casebook or something along those lines.

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The fuckwits called The White Rose who are anti vax and anti mask need to fuck off. I've taken down at least 10 posters walking home from work today. They are a group on Telegram with a few thousand members who spread bullshit like this.

 

Origin of the name? From WW2 Nazi Germany where people spread leaflets about the resistance.

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The "Havana syndrome"... diplomatic US personnel reporting unexplained headaches and dizziness at embassies:

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/national-security/many-200-americans-have-now-reported-possible-symptoms-havana-syndrome-n1274385

 

Some belive it's the Russians and possibly microwaves. Some say it's mass hysteria not unlike the UFO phenomenom.

Here, I also believe it's real. And it seems there just was an incident here in Berlin. I need to have a look.

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16 hours ago, gcreptile said:

The "Havana syndrome"... diplomatic US personnel reporting unexplained headaches and dizziness at embassies:

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/national-security/many-200-americans-have-now-reported-possible-symptoms-havana-syndrome-n1274385

 

Some belive it's the Russians and possibly microwaves. Some say it's mass hysteria not unlike the UFO phenomenom.

Here, I also believe it's real. And it seems there just was an incident here in Berlin. I need to have a look.

This wouldn't surprise me - the American embassies are probably full of electronic jammers to stop any attempts on eavesdropping / spying. Then again, I've read and watched far too many spy novels..    

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To be clear, not the Quantick tweet, but the reply. You'll never watch Blackadder in the same light again!

 

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