Skip to comments.Q drops #688, #689: People asked for arrests. Gave one example.(China)
Posted on 02/07/2018 7:56:17 PM PST by ransomnote
Feb 7 2018 18:01:41
This has to mean China did this for/with us somehow. Q wouldn't livestream it without some kind of permission.
Feb 7 2018 18:08:09
People asked for arrests.
Gave one example.
Just because you cant see doesn't mean its not ongoing.
Trust the plan.
Feb 7 2018 18:09:51
Q we love you. Trying to keep everyone positive. Someone in that building was arrested. The door was breached (hence the residue). Blew the window open.
Feb 7 2018 18:14:45
Window opened ahead of time to prevent pressure blast. Think intel.
[Last discussion on this subject].
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So are the disruptors to Q threads all asleep? Seems they were up all night last night.
To those who actually happen to be informed on such things you are referring to what are called Nutraceuticals whose formulations and manufacturing quality assurance is governed under Federal regulations found in 21 CFR 111.
Your insinuation that the FDA was founded under the premise you state is not borne out by real research, but the truth is we existed and thrived without synthetic materials for generations beyond counting.
Your "real" research apparently failed to turn up the fact that the historical roots of what is today's FDA began at the founding of our nation with the Congressional establishment of the Marine Hospital Service in 1798 leading over time to the establishment of today's Public Health Service in 1912.
Federal regulations were put into place in 1848 to prevent importation of adulterated medicines, but these regulations were met with opposition from the guys on your side in the name of protecting from similar quality scrutiny domestic "patent" medicines (i.e., "snake oil" - style "remedies" peddled by travelling salesmen often calling themselves "doctors").
The 1902 diptheria and tetanus anti-toxin manufacturing contamination crisis killed many and led to the creation of an inspection and licensing body at the Federal level to assure drug manufacturing quality standards. The Pure Food and Drug act of 1906 soon followed.
FDA's regulatory authority comes under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (1938),which itself is based upon the predecessory authority of the Pure Food and Drug act of 1906
"... everything we need to be healthy was put here but no one can make money selling them as they can via synthetics."
The first synthetic therapeutic entity was nitrous oxide gas, discovered in 1799. Plant extracts of opium and resulting non-naturally occurring crystalline salts thereof were chemically purified for the first time in Germany in 1817. Aspirin was chemically extracted, isolated, and chemically purified by Bayer in 1899. If you had any knowledge of the history of the development of synthetic therapies you would hopefully avoid making such completely foolish statements.
"Better living through Chemistry" has been utilized to develop therapeutic agents a lot longer than your "research" has ever made you aware, apparently.
Read if you will the message from Q about Pharmaceuticals, and it is not a positive one. I am sure you can step out of your ego long enough to do so, and answer the question what does he know that (gasp) you dont or ignore.
Like you, Q is merely an amusement, not an authority.
I will say that the level of research I do goes in many cases down to the DNA level, and I personally do not care if you choose ad hominem posting attacks you have a right to plant your flag where you choose
My graduate research was focused in characterizing the outcomes of combinations of recombinant interferon beta-ser and retinoic acid, and the associated changes in 2'-5' oligoadenylate synthetase and ribonuclease L activities in histiolytic lymphoma cell lines. You say you've done research "down to the DNA level..." That's somewhat interesting, I guess. The consulting firm I own is presently advising a couple of gene therapy firms with respect to development and manufacture of products to address certain genetic malformations and registration of those products with FDA for marketing.
What analytical techniques have you developed or employed in your "DNA research," and what studies have you conducted, had peer reviewed, and published in reputable journals?
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