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Modelling the billions of connections within the human body to determine illness? Modelling one individual’s billions of connections to establish the cause and effect present within the billions of connections that maintain the body’s health?

Multiply by the population of Australia – 25 million people who all have variations in the connections giving health. Talk about a very tiny part of a needle in a haystack being found. Modelling enables just projected outcomes into a simplified account, without establishing all the known connections enabling health in the body. Only some of the connections are understood, the other connections are not accounted for. Don’t forget the other things that also affect our health outside the body. Just adding pollution from chemicals into the modelling will require unknown numbers of connections to be established in each individual as well.

Pollution is known to affect health in the body and must be accounted for in any modelling to establish cause and effects that pollution may have, as well as the complexities that coronaviruses’ connections may have on health. A very good reason to have questions about what the new medications might do to my health? I’m waiting for the jury to be appointed and then see the judgement made, only then might causes and effects on my health become known. Without coercion please.

Robert Podhajsky, Ocean Shores


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