Oxygen Of Publicity


‘…we have produced experimental data that show that carbon dioxide content in inhaled air rises on average to 13,000 to 13,750 ppm no matter whether children wear a surgical or an FFP2 mask. This is far beyond the level of 2,000 ppm considered the limit of acceptability and beyond the 1,000 ppm that are normal for air in closed rooms.

‘This estimate is rather on the low side, as we only measured this after a short time without physical exertion. Decision makers and law courts should take this into consideration when establishing rules and guidance to fight infections.

Carbon dioxide rises beyond acceptable safety levels in children under nose and mouth covering (Science Direct)


Ah here.

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30 thoughts on “Oxygen Of Publicity

  1. Sara

    It’s time to let the mask issue go BS. Covid is over. Vaccines work. Thank you science.

    1. Micko

      Oh man

      That New York Times article is actually real. I thought it was a wind up.

      Sweet jeasus… the madness. At zany religious levels now.

      “We know the bread and wine don’t literally turn into the body of Christ. But here’s why it does…”

    2. K. Cavan

      Vaccines work. A robust Innate & Adaptive Immune response has been detected 70 years after inoculation was initially administered. mRNA-based Gene Therapies, on the other hand, provide Adaptive Antibody response only, for about two months, if they haven’t killed or seriously injured you, by then.
      Sara gets her Science from the telly.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      There’s at least 2 parapsychologists and a quantum healer among the authors. The first people I turn to when I seek medical advice!

        1. johnny

          “were,” “we’re,” and “where” are easily confused huh,duh.

          why are you stalking and constantly harassing women.

          1. Mad

            To which “women” are you referring please? If it’s Daisy I hate to break it to you, a she doesn’t fancy you b you’re not her type and c she’s gender binary

          2. Daisy Chainsaw

            Sad spouting his usual clueless dribble. At least he’s not humping the furniture while he does it.

          3. K. Cavan

            Try using upper-case letters at the start of sentences, question marks at the end of questions & spaces after commas, before you start sneering at other people’s posts, johnny, otherwise you look like a right eejit.

    2. SB

      A degree in Psychology from the University of Freiburg, hmmm. Think I’d rather take medical advice from someone with medical qualifications.

      1. jonjoker

        Why do you say it’s medical advice – it looks like a scientific study to me.
        What you do with it is your own business – but if a study tells me X does Y, and Y looks bad to me, I think I’d investigate a little further before throwing the study out the window.

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Who’ll be along to tell us that wearing masks have no effect on the air one breathes?

  3. Daisy Chainsaw

    War mustn’t be going so well today. So many conspiraloon articles!
    “Might be” hazardous. Big big expose there!!

    1. SB

      So would you be happy to have your surgical team refuse to comply if you were having an operation?

      1. K. Cavan

        Sure, SB, next time any shopper in your local supermarket is doing open heart surgery, a mask might be a good idea.
        What a ridiculous comparison.

    2. K. Cavan

      Well, Rominick, a Coronavirus virion is between 0.06 & 0.14 microns wide.
      Pores in surgical masks are 1-10 microns wide.
      Gaps at the side are 2,500 microns wide.
      The arithmetic is simple enough.
      Particles of microplastics like polypropelene, polyethylene terephthalate, polycarbonate, polystyrene & polyester have been found deep in the lower lungs of over 90% of people who’ve worn masks. In March, this year, particles were even found in someone’s blood.
      These petro-chemical plastics are inert, they don’t cause allergic reactions or immune responses, so remain in the lower lungs for life, causing scar tissue build-up wherever they land, which inhibits lung function. The scarring effect is slow but progressive, it’s likely that most adults afflicted will be dead before the effects become a problem. It may not be the same story for kids, though.
      Over decades, even centuries, the masks, the vast majority of which end up as landfill or litter, will break down into tiny particles which will last for thousands of years (as far as we know) making their way into the environment & water supplies & thus into the food chain.
      Surgical masks should be discarded & replaced after a maximum of 4 hours use.
      They were, indeed, about compliance but the planet & all life on it will be paying the price long after the compliant Covidiots are gone.

  4. TheDreadnaught

    So they put adult-sized masks on young children and acted surprised when the dead volume of the mask led to higher than 1% CO2 for FFP2? Somebody gather the Certified Bodies for an urgent meeting…

    1. K. Cavan

      Correct, Dreadnought (sic) they should’ve been using those Child Masks, right?

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