• Well, this is a slippery slope that may not end well. The question is, is #ChatGPT intelligent enough to learn how to escape its boundaries into the broader internet?
    Well, this is a slippery slope that may not end well. The question is, is #ChatGPT intelligent enough to learn how to escape its boundaries into the broader internet?
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    ChatGPT Can Access The Internet And Run The Code It Writes - Activist Post
    As ChatGPT is integrated into just about everything, it may not turn out as docile as planned.
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  • I just did my Darge Coin review the DOGE coin of Arbitrum Chain. Any questions or help swapping or buying let me know.
    https://youtu.be/TeM8s8_vxU0
    You can visit the website at
    https://dargecoin.com
    #dargecoin #crypto #bitcoin #somee #someeofficial #sme #awesme
    I just did my Darge Coin review the DOGE coin of Arbitrum Chain. Any questions or help swapping or buying let me know. https://youtu.be/TeM8s8_vxU0 You can visit the website at https://dargecoin.com #dargecoin #crypto #bitcoin #somee #someeofficial #sme #awesme
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  • Random point:
    In my opinion, All storys are fictions of the Real story.

    & What has religion really done for society? ... War, (it's war)

    (Faith based organized religions are the fables) good day, to take a walk.

    C-GPT:
    The idea that all stories are fictions of the real story is an interesting perspective, as it suggests that even fictional stories are based on some aspect of reality or truth. It can also be interpreted as the notion that all stories are influenced by the experiences and perspectives of their creators and audiences.

    As for the question of what religion has done for society, it is a complex and multifaceted issue that can have different answers depending on one's perspective. On one hand, religion has provided comfort, guidance, and a sense of community to many people throughout history. It has also inspired acts of charity, compassion, and social justice.

    On the other hand, religion has also been used as a justification for violence, discrimination, and oppression. It has been the cause of countless wars and conflicts throughout history, and has been used to reinforce social hierarchies and limit personal freedoms.

    Many people believe that faith and spirituality can still play a positive role in society, but that it is important to acknowledge and address the negative aspects of organized religion as well. Ultimately, the impact of religion on society is a matter of ongoing debate and interpretation.
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    Random point: In my opinion, All storys are fictions of the Real story. & What has religion really done for society? ... War, (it's war) (Faith based organized religions are the fables) good day, to take a walk. C-GPT: The idea that all stories are fictions of the real story is an interesting perspective, as it suggests that even fictional stories are based on some aspect of reality or truth. It can also be interpreted as the notion that all stories are influenced by the experiences and perspectives of their creators and audiences. As for the question of what religion has done for society, it is a complex and multifaceted issue that can have different answers depending on one's perspective. On one hand, religion has provided comfort, guidance, and a sense of community to many people throughout history. It has also inspired acts of charity, compassion, and social justice. On the other hand, religion has also been used as a justification for violence, discrimination, and oppression. It has been the cause of countless wars and conflicts throughout history, and has been used to reinforce social hierarchies and limit personal freedoms. Many people believe that faith and spirituality can still play a positive role in society, but that it is important to acknowledge and address the negative aspects of organized religion as well. Ultimately, the impact of religion on society is a matter of ongoing debate and interpretation. -🙂🤔 - " This text is modified & generated using Ask AI! "
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  • We were in a meeting and someone asked a very stupid question .. to which my boss replied ..
    “It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.”
    I think it was epic sarcasm!!
    We were in a meeting and someone asked a very stupid question .. to which my boss replied .. “It is not the answer that enlightens, but the question.” I think it was epic sarcasm!! 😎 🤣
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  • If you wanted to know how to buy $SME then watch this video and if you still have some questions please let me know and I'll be there to assist. In SOMEE we trust and we're all in this together.
    If you wanted to know how to buy $SME then watch this video and if you still have some questions please let me know and I'll be there to assist. In SOMEE we trust and we're all in this together.
    Please see below the video on how to buy SME. Name in the comments anyone of your interest to make sure it is distributed across the platform!
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  • …, Budapest is so beautiful - Who was ever here ???
    #question #somee #budapest #hungary #europe
    …, Budapest is so beautiful - Who was ever here ??? #question #somee #budapest #hungary #europe
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  • An Education Panel comprising Bradley Kerns, Michael Burner, Mark Kellogg, and Larry Zalkind presented a discussion about overcoming challenges in teaching and answered audience questions at The U.S. Army Band 2023 American Trombone Workshop. #MusicEducation #Education #ArmyMusic #EastmanSchool #Eastman #Rochester #GoJackets #Kentucky #UK #GoBigBlue #Trombone #ATW #ATW2023
    An Education Panel comprising Bradley Kerns, Michael Burner, Mark Kellogg, and Larry Zalkind presented a discussion about overcoming challenges in teaching and answered audience questions at The U.S. Army Band 2023 American Trombone Workshop. #MusicEducation #Education #ArmyMusic #EastmanSchool #Eastman #Rochester #GoJackets #Kentucky #UK #GoBigBlue #Trombone #ATW #ATW2023
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  • The Seraph Brass presented a masterclass about ensemble formation and operations, and discussed questions from the audience at The U.S. Army Band 2023 American Trombone Workshop. #SeraphBrass #Trombone #ATW #ATW2023
    The Seraph Brass presented a masterclass about ensemble formation and operations, and discussed questions from the audience at The U.S. Army Band 2023 American Trombone Workshop. #SeraphBrass #Trombone #ATW #ATW2023
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  • Philosopher´s stones : Headbuds to think about
    Today: Russell´s chicken
    “The man who has fed the chicken every day throughout its life at last wrings its neck instead, showing that more refined views as to the uniformity of nature would have been useful to the chicken.” (Bertrand Russell)
    Bertrand Russell brought up his solution for an old philosopical problem: How can we abstract knowledge about the world by the phenomena, that we observe – induction. Just like the chicken in this macabre example, we humans don´t know for sure if we play a role in a „higher connection of meaning“.
    What if most of the things we know about our world is in fact just something WE are able to percieve, but not the real truth? How do we know that the sun will rise tomorow? Because it has always been like that, because we know the laws of science, which we abstracted by induction and so on…
    Russells answer to that problem ist hat we only can know there´s a statistical possibility for the sun to rise tomorow, based on the former „A led to B“ which have been observed.
    In crypto I always hear people talk about :“Will token XY rise to 100 bucks in the next bullrun???“ What could such a question have in common with Russell´s chicken?
    Philosopher´s stones : Headbuds to think about 😉 Today: Russell´s chicken “The man who has fed the chicken every day throughout its life at last wrings its neck instead, showing that more refined views as to the uniformity of nature would have been useful to the chicken.” (Bertrand Russell) Bertrand Russell brought up his solution for an old philosopical problem: How can we abstract knowledge about the world by the phenomena, that we observe – induction. Just like the chicken in this macabre example, we humans don´t know for sure if we play a role in a „higher connection of meaning“. What if most of the things we know about our world is in fact just something WE are able to percieve, but not the real truth? How do we know that the sun will rise tomorow? Because it has always been like that, because we know the laws of science, which we abstracted by induction and so on… Russells answer to that problem ist hat we only can know there´s a statistical possibility for the sun to rise tomorow, based on the former „A led to B“ which have been observed. In crypto I always hear people talk about :“Will token XY rise to 100 bucks in the next bullrun???“ What could such a question have in common with Russell´s chicken?
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  • How not to get caught by scammers?
    ⠀
    On the first part of the safety guide you put a lot of reactions. We heard you and prepared the second part. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments. We will answer all of them.

    Personal messages
    When you fill out forms to get into Whitelist, or even just following the project, you join official Telegram and Discord groups (other social networks are also possible) and then suddenly you get a personal message that "you won" or "you were selected" or shortly before the token is put on the market, you may receive a message with a token contract.

    100% it will be scammers. They monitor users who joined groups and start sending personal messages.

    Never follow links from private messages, don't reply to them and delete/block the chat immediately so as not to lose your funds.

    You can minimize the appearance of such messages through the security settings in the app:

    • In Telegram, we recommend banning them from adding you to groups.
    • Discord has a feature to prohibit private messages.

    Don't be afraid to close and delete private messages from unknown contacts, because administrators of the projects you follow will never write to you first.

    Email
    Sometimes you may get a message about a prize or some other information from the project to your email.

    The first thing you should do is to check the sender of the message. In 99% of cases they will say through their official media that they send out a mail to the users and they will say which e-mail it should come from.

    Also we want to warn you against downloading any files from e-mails of unknown senders, even text ones, as it can cause installation of malware.

    Fishing
    Phishing sites are quite common.

    These are copies of project sites, games or entire exchanges, by connecting to them or by signing a contract you can lose your funds. Don't be a "fish".

    You may be wondering, how do you know the official channel of a project?

    • First, when publishing information on the channel, we always attach links to the site/channel or other official source.
    • Second, you may also find the links you need on aggregator sites like CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko (if the project is already launched, the token contract address is also available there).

    OTC
    When you got in the whitelist of any project (or not), you may want to sell your purse or buy another one. To do this, we all use a kind of "markets" - OTC. But, as in any market, here too we will be expected by amateurs of profit. Guarantor can be in collusion with the seller, or the seller can write off your money from the purse purchased. There are many other situations that can arise and bring you a loss. We recommend using only verified OTC and always refer to guarantors and check if the guarantor mentioned in OTC matches with the person you are dealing with.

    If you try to combine all of the above in one sentence in this section - check the sources of information very carefully. This will help you save your money.
    #somee
    #scamalert
    #cryptocurrency
    #bitcoin
    How not to get caught by scammers? 😱 ⠀ On the first part of the safety guide you put a lot of reactions. We heard you and prepared the second part. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments. We will answer all of them. 1️⃣ Personal messages When you fill out forms to get into Whitelist, or even just following the project, you join official Telegram and Discord groups (other social networks are also possible) and then suddenly you get a personal message that "you won" or "you were selected" or shortly before the token is put on the market, you may receive a message with a token contract. 100% it will be scammers. They monitor users who joined groups and start sending personal messages. Never follow links from private messages, don't reply to them and delete/block the chat immediately so as not to lose your funds. You can minimize the appearance of such messages through the security settings in the app: • In Telegram, we recommend banning them from adding you to groups. • Discord has a feature to prohibit private messages. Don't be afraid to close and delete private messages from unknown contacts, because administrators of the projects you follow will never write to you first. 2️⃣ Email Sometimes you may get a message about a prize or some other information from the project to your email. The first thing you should do is to check the sender of the message. In 99% of cases they will say through their official media that they send out a mail to the users and they will say which e-mail it should come from. Also we want to warn you against downloading any files from e-mails of unknown senders, even text ones, as it can cause installation of malware. 3️⃣ Fishing Phishing sites are quite common. These are copies of project sites, games or entire exchanges, by connecting to them or by signing a contract you can lose your funds. Don't be a "fish". You may be wondering, how do you know the official channel of a project? • First, when publishing information on the channel, we always attach links to the site/channel or other official source. • Second, you may also find the links you need on aggregator sites like CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko (if the project is already launched, the token contract address is also available there). 4️⃣ OTC When you got in the whitelist of any project (or not), you may want to sell your purse or buy another one. To do this, we all use a kind of "markets" - OTC. But, as in any market, here too we will be expected by amateurs of profit. Guarantor can be in collusion with the seller, or the seller can write off your money from the purse purchased. There are many other situations that can arise and bring you a loss. We recommend using only verified OTC and always refer to guarantors and check if the guarantor mentioned in OTC matches with the person you are dealing with. If you try to combine all of the above in one sentence in this section - check the sources of information very carefully. This will help you save your money. #somee #scamalert #cryptocurrency #bitcoin
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  • How not to get caught by scammers?
    ⠀
    On the first part of the safety guide you put a lot of reactions. We heard you and prepared the second part. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments. We will answer all of them.

    Personal messages
    When you fill out forms to get into Whitelist, or even just following the project, you join official Telegram and Discord groups (other social networks are also possible) and then suddenly you get a personal message that "you won" or "you were selected" or shortly before the token is put on the market, you may receive a message with a token contract.

    100% it will be scammers. They monitor users who joined groups and start sending personal messages.

    Never follow links from private messages, don't reply to them and delete/block the chat immediately so as not to lose your funds.

    You can minimize the appearance of such messages through the security settings in the app:

    • In Telegram, we recommend banning them from adding you to groups.
    • Discord has a feature to prohibit private messages.

    Don't be afraid to close and delete private messages from unknown contacts, because administrators of the projects you follow will never write to you first.

    Email
    Sometimes you may get a message about a prize or some other information from the project to your email.

    The first thing you should do is to check the sender of the message. In 99% of cases they will say through their official media that they send out a mail to the users and they will say which e-mail it should come from.

    Also we want to warn you against downloading any files from e-mails of unknown senders, even text ones, as it can cause installation of malware.

    Fishing
    Phishing sites are quite common.

    These are copies of project sites, games or entire exchanges, by connecting to them or by signing a contract you can lose your funds. Don't be a "fish".

    You may be wondering, how do you know the official channel of a project?

    • First, when publishing information on the channel, we always attach links to the site/channel or other official source.
    • Second, you may also find the links you need on aggregator sites like CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko (if the project is already launched, the token contract address is also available there).

    OTC
    When you got in the whitelist of any project (or not), you may want to sell your purse or buy another one. To do this, we all use a kind of "markets" - OTC. But, as in any market, here too we will be expected by amateurs of profit. Guarantor can be in collusion with the seller, or the seller can write off your money from the purse purchased. There are many other situations that can arise and bring you a loss. We recommend using only verified OTC and always refer to guarantors and check if the guarantor mentioned in OTC matches with the person you are dealing with.

    If you try to combine all of the above in one sentence in this section - check the sources of information very carefully. This will help you save your money.
    #somee
    #scamalert
    #cryptocurrency
    #bitcoin
    How not to get caught by scammers? 😱 ⠀ On the first part of the safety guide you put a lot of reactions. We heard you and prepared the second part. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments. We will answer all of them. 1️⃣ Personal messages When you fill out forms to get into Whitelist, or even just following the project, you join official Telegram and Discord groups (other social networks are also possible) and then suddenly you get a personal message that "you won" or "you were selected" or shortly before the token is put on the market, you may receive a message with a token contract. 100% it will be scammers. They monitor users who joined groups and start sending personal messages. Never follow links from private messages, don't reply to them and delete/block the chat immediately so as not to lose your funds. You can minimize the appearance of such messages through the security settings in the app: • In Telegram, we recommend banning them from adding you to groups. • Discord has a feature to prohibit private messages. Don't be afraid to close and delete private messages from unknown contacts, because administrators of the projects you follow will never write to you first. 2️⃣ Email Sometimes you may get a message about a prize or some other information from the project to your email. The first thing you should do is to check the sender of the message. In 99% of cases they will say through their official media that they send out a mail to the users and they will say which e-mail it should come from. Also we want to warn you against downloading any files from e-mails of unknown senders, even text ones, as it can cause installation of malware. 3️⃣ Fishing Phishing sites are quite common. These are copies of project sites, games or entire exchanges, by connecting to them or by signing a contract you can lose your funds. Don't be a "fish". You may be wondering, how do you know the official channel of a project? • First, when publishing information on the channel, we always attach links to the site/channel or other official source. • Second, you may also find the links you need on aggregator sites like CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko (if the project is already launched, the token contract address is also available there). 4️⃣ OTC When you got in the whitelist of any project (or not), you may want to sell your purse or buy another one. To do this, we all use a kind of "markets" - OTC. But, as in any market, here too we will be expected by amateurs of profit. Guarantor can be in collusion with the seller, or the seller can write off your money from the purse purchased. There are many other situations that can arise and bring you a loss. We recommend using only verified OTC and always refer to guarantors and check if the guarantor mentioned in OTC matches with the person you are dealing with. If you try to combine all of the above in one sentence in this section - check the sources of information very carefully. This will help you save your money. #somee #scamalert #cryptocurrency #bitcoin
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  • Here is a video i just made on Panthera-ai.org you can join the group https://youtu.be/ZVMZC8GSC1k on telegram with more questions. Approx 24 hours left in the fair launch presale. Check out the video below , it could be a good 1!
    You can join the Telegram https://t.me/panthera_ai

    #panthera-ai #crypto #binance #somee #someeofficial #awesme #sme
    Here is a video i just made on Panthera-ai.org you can join the group https://youtu.be/ZVMZC8GSC1k on telegram with more questions. Approx 24 hours left in the fair launch presale. Check out the video below , it could be a good 1! You can join the Telegram https://t.me/panthera_ai #panthera-ai #crypto #binance #somee #someeofficial #awesme #sme
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  • How do crypto projects make money?
    ⠀
    Blockchain projects have become a radically new "business model" that has enormous potential to change any industry. And for the investors attracted to the projects, it is the potential that will later be realized in the form of profit that is an important factor when investing funds. The question arises: thanks to what do cryptoprojects generate income?

    Mechanism for receiving and distributing blockchain funds (using Ethereum as an example):
    Ethereum, like most other blockchains, consists of a network of validators, smart contracts, and users. When a user interacts with the network, they pay a transaction fee, also known as a "gas fee." A fee, a certain portion of which is "burned off" and another portion is given to the validators.

    Common metrics for most projects when calculating the financial part:

    Fees (gas fees): these are fees that users pay for using a protocol or network (gas fees in Ethereum, transaction fees in Uniswap, etc.). The fees are distributed as follows:

    - A portion is given to validators who help run the network (validators on Ethereum, liquidity providers on Uniswap, etc.).
    - Some of the money goes back to the token holders (often through token burns).
    - Another type of expense is the creation of new tokens, which are created and paid to validators or miners.

    But if we look at projects like CEX/DEX, the list of revenue sources can add:
    - listing fees;
    - withdrawal fees;
    - market making possibilities.

    What kind of product do blockchains create?

    The product of any blockchain is the individual blocks in which transaction data is stored. If you want to complete a transaction, you need to buy space on the next block in the chain.

    Let's take bitcoin as an example. Bitcoin has a memory capacity of 1 MB per block. There are 500 to 2,000 transactions per block, with a minimum storage size of 258 bytes. And in order to make a bitcoin transaction, you buy a block in its blockchain.

    Ethereum, on the other hand, has smaller blocks - up to 80 KB. Depending on its complexity, its block can store from 2 to 200 transactions. Ethereum is much faster: in 10 minutes it carries out 4 MB of transactions, while Bitcoin has only 1 MB. More transactions per hour = more revenue (i.e. commissions).

    In our new infographic you can see the ranking of projects by the amount of fees.
    How do crypto projects make money? 💰 ⠀ Blockchain projects have become a radically new "business model" that has enormous potential to change any industry. And for the investors attracted to the projects, it is the potential that will later be realized in the form of profit that is an important factor when investing funds. The question arises: thanks to what do cryptoprojects generate income? ➡️ Mechanism for receiving and distributing blockchain funds (using Ethereum as an example): Ethereum, like most other blockchains, consists of a network of validators, smart contracts, and users. When a user interacts with the network, they pay a transaction fee, also known as a "gas fee." A fee, a certain portion of which is "burned off" and another portion is given to the validators. ➡️ Common metrics for most projects when calculating the financial part: Fees (gas fees): these are fees that users pay for using a protocol or network (gas fees in Ethereum, transaction fees in Uniswap, etc.). The fees are distributed as follows: - A portion is given to validators who help run the network (validators on Ethereum, liquidity providers on Uniswap, etc.). - Some of the money goes back to the token holders (often through token burns). - Another type of expense is the creation of new tokens, which are created and paid to validators or miners. But if we look at projects like CEX/DEX, the list of revenue sources can add: - listing fees; - withdrawal fees; - market making possibilities. ➡️ What kind of product do blockchains create? The product of any blockchain is the individual blocks in which transaction data is stored. If you want to complete a transaction, you need to buy space on the next block in the chain. Let's take bitcoin as an example. Bitcoin has a memory capacity of 1 MB per block. There are 500 to 2,000 transactions per block, with a minimum storage size of 258 bytes. And in order to make a bitcoin transaction, you buy a block in its blockchain. ➡️ Ethereum, on the other hand, has smaller blocks - up to 80 KB. Depending on its complexity, its block can store from 2 to 200 transactions. Ethereum is much faster: in 10 minutes it carries out 4 MB of transactions, while Bitcoin has only 1 MB. More transactions per hour = more revenue (i.e. commissions). 🟠In our new infographic you can see the ranking of projects by the amount of fees.
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  • Fluoride Action Network Press Release: Suppressed Government Report Finding Fluoride Can Reduce Children's IQ Made Public Under EPA Lawsuit

    The final report of a 6-year National Toxicology Program (NTP) review of fluoride neurotoxicity was blocked from public release by the Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Administrator in May 2022 according to the Fluoride Action Network (FAN). But under an agreement reached in an ongoing lawsuit against the EPA, the report was made public today with a table of contents. Included were comments from external peer-reviewers and internal HHS departments, along with NTP's responses...

    External peer-reviewers all agreed with the conclusion that prenatal and early life fluoride exposures can reduce IQ.

    The report was issued in two parts, a monograph and a meta-analysis. The meta-analysis found that 52 of 55 studies found lower IQ with higher fluoride exposures, demonstrating remarkable consistency. Of the 19 studies rated higher quality, 18 found lowering of IQ. The meta-analysis could not detect any safe exposure, including at levels common from drinking artificially fluoridated water.

    Documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act show government agencies that promote fluoridation, allied with dental interests, have tried to water down the report. When the NTP held firm, these agencies got HHS Assistant Administrator Rachel Levine to block its release. Only one historical example exists of an NTP report being blocked from release, a report on the carcinogenicity of asbestos-contaminated talc.

    Fluoridation defenders have falsely claimed draft versions of the report had been "rejected" by a National Academies committee. In fact, the committee recommended that NTP clarify their methods and reasoning for reaching their conclusions because the issue was considered so contentious. The NTP has done that in the report released today. There is now little question that a large body of scientific evidence supports a conclusion that fluoride can lower child's IQ, including at exposure levels from fluoridated water.

    With the release of this report, dental interests may have to rethink their denial of the evidence that fluoridation can reduce children's IQ.

    Full Press Release: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/suppressed-government-report-finding-fluoride-can-reduce-childrens-iq-made-public-under-epa-lawsuit-301773074.html

    Follow https://t.me/theconsciousresistance to stay updated
    🚨Fluoride Action Network Press Release: Suppressed Government Report Finding Fluoride Can Reduce Children's IQ Made Public Under EPA Lawsuit The final report of a 6-year National Toxicology Program (NTP) review of fluoride neurotoxicity was blocked from public release by the Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Administrator in May 2022 according to the Fluoride Action Network (FAN). But under an agreement reached in an ongoing lawsuit against the EPA, the report was made public today with a table of contents. Included were comments from external peer-reviewers and internal HHS departments, along with NTP's responses... External peer-reviewers all agreed with the conclusion that prenatal and early life fluoride exposures can reduce IQ. The report was issued in two parts, a monograph and a meta-analysis. The meta-analysis found that 52 of 55 studies found lower IQ with higher fluoride exposures, demonstrating remarkable consistency. Of the 19 studies rated higher quality, 18 found lowering of IQ. The meta-analysis could not detect any safe exposure, including at levels common from drinking artificially fluoridated water. Documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act show government agencies that promote fluoridation, allied with dental interests, have tried to water down the report. When the NTP held firm, these agencies got HHS Assistant Administrator Rachel Levine to block its release. Only one historical example exists of an NTP report being blocked from release, a report on the carcinogenicity of asbestos-contaminated talc. Fluoridation defenders have falsely claimed draft versions of the report had been "rejected" by a National Academies committee. In fact, the committee recommended that NTP clarify their methods and reasoning for reaching their conclusions because the issue was considered so contentious. The NTP has done that in the report released today. There is now little question that a large body of scientific evidence supports a conclusion that fluoride can lower child's IQ, including at exposure levels from fluoridated water. With the release of this report, dental interests may have to rethink their denial of the evidence that fluoridation can reduce children's IQ. Full Press Release: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/suppressed-government-report-finding-fluoride-can-reduce-childrens-iq-made-public-under-epa-lawsuit-301773074.html Follow https://t.me/theconsciousresistance to stay updated
    WWW.PRNEWSWIRE.COM
    Suppressed Government Report Finding Fluoride Can Reduce Children's IQ Made Public Under EPA Lawsuit
    /PRNewswire/ -- The final report of a 6-year National Toxicology Program (NTP) review of fluoride neurotoxicity was blocked from public release by the Health...
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  • We do different things in our lives. We are busy each day doing lots of things.
    Question: What are the things that usually keep you busy, but are unimportant?
    We do different things in our lives. We are busy each day doing lots of things. Question: What are the things that usually keep you busy, but are unimportant?
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