Take half a pill to get a little pregnant


Earlier in the evening, I had a “very interesting” conversation with a young physics professor who also studied chemistry. My thoughts are still hanging on his words, hoping to be able to make sense of what I have heard. Here is an excerpt from the conversation.

“Aren't you bored here in this small village under the current circumstances? There's nothing to do here,” he said.

“Someone who can occupy himself with himself and who is not so afraid of himself that he has to constantly run away from himself has no reason to be bored. Boredom is a state of being for those who cannot stand their own company,” I replied.

"But what do you do here all alone all day?"

“Spending time with myself, educating myself, reading, writing, going for a walk, pondering, thinking?! But I admit that I won´t endure this situation in the long term, above all because I lack the freedom to travel, which is my greatest passion."

"Fair enough! But that will get better soon,” he said.

"And how do you come up with that?"

“Now that they've started vaccinating, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. It will take a while until everyone has been vaccinated, but it is only a matter of time before normality returns."

"It depends on what you mean by normality: A society full of people who will suffer severe side effects from a non-approved vaccine or even die from it?"

"Yeah, well! People may die from vaccination, but that is the price we have to pay for social health. I've had myself vaccinated and I'm still alive,” he said, while he stood at a great distance from me (wearing a mask) in the backyard and under the open sky because I wasn't wearing a mask.

I had previously noticed how he had flinched at the sight of my bare face and distanced himself from me, but until then I had not thought his behavior was unusual because I had not known that he had already been vaccinated.

"Oh! Have you already been vaccinated?” I asked. "Then why are you standing two meters away from me and wearing a mask?"

"Because I can still get infected or infect you."

"Is that so? Then why did you get vaccinated?"

"To infect me less."

“And exactly this vaccine is supposed to be the light at the end of the tunnel and bring back normality? Will we all be vaccinated, masked, and locked down sitting in our home keeping the social distance in two years' time? Sounds like a great plan! That's how I imagine normality!"


If this theater wasn't so dramatic, it would be extremely funny in and of itself! We are being vaccinated against a virus (that has not yet been seen isolated) with a mortality rate of 0.01% (which means that 10,000 people have to be infected before one dies) with an unapproved vaccine, its short- and long-term side effects are not even known to God personally, with a vaccine that has already caused excess mortality in Israel (though they still deny it to this day) to protect ourselves from a disease that 99.4% of the world's population has survived. And ... whoops! It doesn't even protect us from the virus, it just ensures that we get infected "less", which of course is not true either, since most of those who have been vaccinated have only become infected through the vaccination. People who were not infected during the horrific and deadliest P(l)andemia of all time are now suddenly infected by the vaccination! Isn't that the most wonderful thing that humankind who is convinced of himself and his abilities could ever put in the world? But well, one does, the other lets it happen.

As long as there are people who get vaccinated with a first-class vaccine like this, there will be people who produce something like this. It's about supply and demand.


If you take a whole pill a day and are wondering why you are not getting pregnant, then take only half a pill from today on to help yourself getting a little pregnant, or get vaccinated against Sars-Cov-2. But then you may not get pregnant at all without having to continue taking the pill. This can also be positive because, as you know all drugs have side effects.

Cheers to our "scientists"! I would hardly have expected a physics professor to be so bright! He may have studied physics at the same university as Angela Merkel! If things continue like this with our physicists, I will soon begin to be ashamed of ever having studied physics.


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