Think whatever you like, I bear you no ill will ;-)
"Sure I believe in viruses and bacteria! Viruses are what theorists inject into the bloodstreams of innocent children to keep them from getting a virus and bacteria is what breeds in hospitals where they understand all about the germ theory of disease."
I can't really argue against someone who's obviously either joking or mentally ill, so I guess this is where I wish you a good night, and possibly I'll be back if anyone decides to make any further posts based in any way on reality.
"Just curious to know whether or not you believe in any of these once widely accepted theories?"
You are confusing me. You're saying you don't believe in germ theory because it's a big "conspiracy theory", but you accept the theory that the earth is round, and you also accept the non-geocentric theory? These both require belief in the same science you reject when you reject germ theory.
Also I find it ironic you included the "spontaneous generation of life" on your list, as it was disproven by the very scientist(s) who ended up formalizing germ theory in the first place (namely, Pasteur).
I will point out, just for the record, that just because you have included "immunization" in the list does not mean it is in any way discredited among any credible members of the scientific community. This kind of ad-hominem attack is kinda flimsy.
So I ask again: do you believe viruses and bacteria do not exist?
"I am more into that which is concrete and factual myself."
Clearly not, if you don't believe in modern scientific teaching with respect to microbial infection/disease. Just out of curiosity, do you also not believe that viruses and bacteria exist?
"You said "I believe in conspiracy theories"
Let me see if i got this straight - YOU DO believe in conspiracy theories but you make fun of people that do - That makes you either a hypocrite or schizophrenic. Which is it?"
Is this the best you can do, really? I guess I need to explain my latest post a bit more clearly for you to understand... If you believe germ theory is a "conspiracy theory", then by your standards (as was my point previously), the answer is yes. Some other "conspiracy theories" you might like, as I pointed out, include evolution and the theory of gravity. The latter, it seems to me, would be hard for anyone to be in denial of, but you have astounded me thus far by seemingly being completely ignorant of germ theory, so I'd not be terribly surprised if you've found a way to rationalize your way out from the theory of gravity as well.
"So you do believe in conspiracy theories, shape-shifters, and invisible aliens!"
I believe in conspiracy theories which, it seems to me, would make your head spin. Evolution, gravity, and germ theory, three "theories" which are basically undisputed among scientists (and generally educated people) worldwide. I see you are a germ theory denialist, so it's pretty brave of you to accuse anyone else (with a straight face) of "believing in conspiracy theories", LOL. I gotta admit, though, I'm not really sure how to have any sort of meaningful debate with someone with no grasp on reality, but this is damn amusing, since I wasn't sure germ theory denialists actually existed. I suppose you believe the theory of gravity is a grand "conspiracy theory" too, just the gubbermint trying to "keep you down"?
"I also find it telling that most all the jabbers subscribe to the same bizarre conspiracy theory that there are these tiny invisible organisms that are invading our bodies and making people sick"
LOL ok now this is getting to be too much for me. I call troll. I hope you are a troll, because anyone posting that non-sarcastically is so stupid I can't think of a sufficient word to describe it. I'd get better medical advice from a handful of gravel, and that's a new level of stupid. Please tell me you're trolling - otherwise you may have just instantaneously caused me to lose all faith I may have once had in our educational system.
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