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Oct 3, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™ Thank you so much for standing up and fighting for the kids! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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Oct 2, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

I clearly remember when the Korean study came out. I also clearly remember when the Iceland study came out that showed very strongly that kids donโ€™t transmit. My 4 &2 grandsons are masked all day.

I just read a conversation between three teachers regarding distance learning.

All observed a decrease in fine motor skills (this was middle school) attention span. One observed eliminating cursive writing from early curriculum was a big mistake.

But what I want to share mostly is I went online to my grandkids pediatric practice to see what was up.

They have new guidelines. They said first - incubation is more like 4-6 days not 14 like they thought in the beginning. So not necessary for a 12 year old to be lovpcked in his room for 2 weeks because he came in contact with someone who tested positive !!!!!

And second.....wait for it....asymptomatic spread, well not so much! Oops!

As it dawns on people how the powers that be freaked us out, and weโ€™re so wrong about so much...they are going to be pissed! Not touching mail for a week, all the extra energy they could have spent on just loving up their kids and family....

Shame on all those who would not entertain alternative viewpoints from the narrative.

Shame on them for not following what is known from time immemorial - during a health crisis keeping things as normal as possible gets us through it much more intact!

Good luck with the school board...they, the school, the principals etc, are all exempt from being held to account for unintended consequences the vaccines and mask wearing will bring.

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Oct 12, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

As a parent and concerned citizen, thank you so much for your voice of reason!

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Oct 5, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

Thank you, Steve. Thorough and well substantiated. Well done

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Oct 4, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

Great piece with wonderful supporting data. The sacrifice of our children's lives and futures is a national disgrace. Today I read that LA, school population 600,000 kids, proposes to mandate vaccines, in much the same way, they state, as other childhood vaccines.

Every "study" that purports to demonstrate a clear benefit to masking children is full of confounding variables and myriad other problems. What are we thinking after depriving these kids of almost 19 months of school, putting them in masks! It's preposterous.

Steve, I hope you will continue to pursue and publish the truth. I fear we are in a very precarious state, our country, and we must do all we can to make things right.

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I will translate this one into german, too!

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Oct 2, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

I clearly remember when the Korean study came out. I also clearly remember when the Iceland study came out that showed very strongly that kids donโ€™t transmit. My 4 &2 grandsons are masked all day.

I just read a conversation between three teachers regarding distance learning.

All observed a decrease in fine motor skills (this was middle school) attention span. One observed eliminating cursive writing from early curriculum was a big mistake.

But what I want to share mostly is I went online to my grandkids pediatric practice to see what was up.

They have new guidelines. They said first - incubation is more like 4-6 days not 14 like they thought in the beginning. So not necessary for a 12 year old to be lovpcked in his room for 2 weeks because he came in contact with someone who tested positive !!!!!

And second.....wait for it....asymptomatic spread, well not so much! Oops!

As it dawns on people how the powers that be freaked us out, and weโ€™re so wrong about so much...they are going to be pissed! Not touching mail for a week, all the extra energy they could have spent on just loving up their kids and family....

Shame on all those who would not entertain alternative viewpoints from the narrative.

Shame on them for not following what is known from time immemorial - during a health crisis keeping things as normal as possible gets us through it much more intact!

Good luck with the school board...they, the school, the principals etc, are all exempt from being held to account for unintended consequences the vaccines and mask wearing will bring.

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Oct 1, 2021Liked by Steve Templeton, PhD.

Fantastic. Thank you.

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Both my brother (a real super-scoffer) and a close friend believe they were infected through their slightly pre-teen children. Nobody knows for sure. Anyway, thanks for putting this together.

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Steve, are you the "Stephen" who wrote several illuminating posts in the Comments section of Vinay Prasad's substack on the Bangladesh study?

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