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Offline DigitalLogos

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Re: Monkey Pox and Revelation 16:2?
« Reply #60 on: May 24, 2022, 04:55:36 PM »
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  • So i've read the FULL story of 2,000 years of history; Fr Kramer looks at PART of history.  Who's interpretation is more complete?  Obviously, not Fr Kramer.
    Yes, so in the context of this thread (mind you, where this entire argument came from) which deals with one sense of the four, Fr. Kramer's exegesis is acceptable.
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    Re: Monkey Pox and Revelation 16:2?
    « Reply #61 on: May 24, 2022, 04:59:32 PM »
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    Quantum-dot tattoos hold vaccination record

    Rice bioengineer reveals dissolving microneedles that also embed fluorescent medical info
    Keeping track of a child’s shots could be so much easier with technology invented by a new Rice University professor and his colleagues.
    Kevin McHugh, an assistant professor of bioengineering at Rice since this summer, and a team at his previous institution, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, report in a cover story in Science Translational Medicine on their development of quantum-dot tags that fluoresce with information after they’re injected as part of a vaccination.

    A pattern of 1.5-millimeter microneedles that contain vaccine and fluorescent quantum dots are applied as a patch.
    A pattern of 1.5-millimeter microneedles that contain vaccine and fluorescent quantum dots are applied as a patch. The needles dissolve under the skin, leaving the encapsulated quantum dots. Their pattern can be read to identify the vaccine that was administered. The project was co-led by Rice University bioengineer Kevin McHugh during his time at MIT. (Credit: Second Bay Studios)
    The tags are incorporated in only some of the array of sugar-based microneedles on a patch. When the needles dissolve in about two minutes, they deliver the vaccine and leave the pattern of tags just under the skin, where they become something like a bar-code tattoo.
    Instead of ink, this highly specific medical record consists of copper-based quantum dots embedded in biocompatible, micron-scale capsules. Their near-infrared dye is invisible, but the pattern they set can be read and interpreted by a customized smartphone.
    The two-year project is aimed at the 1.5 million preventable deaths that result from a lack of vaccinations, primarily in developing nations.
    “The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation came to us and said, ‘Hey, we have a real problem — knowing who’s vaccinated,’” said McHugh, who was recruited to join Rice with funding from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. “They said, ‘We go on vaccination campaigns where people get into Hummers, drive to a rural village, set up a tent and start immunizing people, but they don’t always know who’s been immunized before and what vaccines are still needed.”

    Kevin McHugh
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    Parents often don’t know their children’s vaccination histories, McHugh said. “So our idea was to put the record on the person,” he said. “This way, later on, people can scan over the area to see what vaccines have been administered and give only the ones still needed.
    “There are two sides to this,” he said. “First, is that you don’t administer unnecessary vaccines, which has a cost. But even bigger, you don’t leave people underimmunized and at risk of getting an infectious disease.”
    McHugh said the team worked with a bioethicist to be sure the patients’ data remains protected. “She said we’re on solid ethical ground as long as people can opt out, like getting the patch with only the vaccine. Also, the patch with quantum dots only contains information about the vaccine received. It doesn’t tell you anything else about the person.”
    The square-centimeter patches hold up to 16 tiny needles. “They don’t go very deep, which makes them theoretically painless and a lot easier for kids,” McHugh said. “They’re like putting on a bandage.”
    Because the 1.5-millimeter needles disintegrate in the skin, no biohazardous sharps remain for disposal, he said. Testing in model skin in strong light showed the 4-nanometer dots should be readable for at least five years.
    McHugh plans to continue his work on the technology at Rice. “There are so many aspects to this particular project that we need nanotechnologists, bacteriologists, chemists and computer scientists,” he said. “So this is certainly something I’m thinking about for my lab here.”




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    Yeah. It's a posibility. This may replace the Green Pass in the future.

    I want to believe that God is using the side effects of this to wake people up so that people repent before events rush in. Be it the punishment prior to the promised peace of Mary or the Antichrist.


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    Re: Monkey Pox and Revelation 16:2?
    « Reply #62 on: May 24, 2022, 05:15:04 PM »
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    which deals with one sense of the four, Fr. Kramer's exegesis is acceptable.
    If you want to read Fr Kramer's book, go right ahead.  Maybe i'll read it at some point too.  But if I question something in his analysis, then don't argue that he's an expert, since he's openly admitting to using only 1 aspect of exegesis.  Right off the bat, he admits his analysis is limited.


    Secondly, for him to say that 1,000 years of Doctors/saints' interpretations were "a purely “spiritual” direction" is a gross, gross error.  So every single Doctor/theologian/saint, in those 1,000 years ONLY spoke of the Apocalypse in spiritual terms?  St Augustine and St Thomas talked about all angles, so he's wrong right there.  That's an easy one. 

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    Re: Monkey Pox and Revelation 16:2?
    « Reply #63 on: May 24, 2022, 05:32:13 PM »
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    And further, the same section of Pope Leo XIII's epistle supports the decision of Fr. Kramer to avoid relying too much on the Fathers
    Pope Leo was long dead before Fr Kramer wrote his book....  Did Fr Kramer mention Pope Leo's epistle and intend to use Pope Leo's approach?  If not, you can't assume such a correlation.

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    Re: Monkey Pox and Revelation 16:2?
    « Reply #64 on: May 24, 2022, 09:20:25 PM »
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  • Yeah. It's a posibility. This may replace the Green Pass in the future.

    I want to believe that God is using the side effects of this to wake people up so that people repent before events rush in. Be it the punishment prior to the promised peace of Mary or the Antichrist.
    Yes, that is my hope too!