I’m fed up with Trumpoidism and its cohort of delusional syndromes. Decided to fight back on this lie being peddled to someone at high risk of dying from COVID.
I do not expect anybody to enjoy reading this. It is merely documentary, “just for the record.” I’m not posting it because I think it will have any effect on J’s thinking. I’m only posting it to go on record against such thinking.
On November 22, 2020, M. told me that J. believes Non-contact Infrared Thermometers pose a danger to the brain and that it is better to use it on the wrist instead of the head.
If she wanted to know the truth, it is right there at J’s fingertips. But she thinks she already has the truth and need not look further.
I ran a web search (in my favorite secure browser) on the question, “Do electronic thermometers harm the brain?” In a second, I got a massive number of search results from all sorts of agencies, news outlets, fact-checking organizations, medical and science experts in hospitals and university medical schools, etc. saying, “NO.”
What is J. teaching her grandchildren about how to find out the truth? It’s scary.
J’s electronically controlled bidet attachment toilet seats and their remote control devices radiate more signals than an infrared thermometer, because the thermometers do not emit infrared light.
Infrared sensors do not EMIT infrared. They DETECT it.
There are some legitimate scientific challenges to the accuracy of
non-contact infrared thermometers (NCIT) under certain circumstances, such as measuring temperatures of kids in athletic activities to see if they are over-heated, but there is NO EVIDENCE that they damage any part of the brain, because they DO NOT “EMIT INFRARED RADIATION” as the ignorant gullible victims of sick liars are saying.
J. is not a scientist, and does not think like one, does not read like one, does not review information like one. That is only one part of why she is so easily duped by such lies. The bigger part is that there is something about her sense of things that makes her WANT to believe incredible, proven false stories claiming to be factual.
This thermometer horse-crap has been debunked by authorities since the use of these thermometers became so popular because of COVID. I’ve seen reports dating back to February 2020 debunking the myth.
This doesn’t matter to cult-oriented minds immersed in illusory superiority, the false sense that one’s knowledge, ability, competence or other power (such as paranormal or above-normal spiritual perception, intuition or insight) is superior to others despite the facts. It can be called ignorance of incompetence. This pseudo-intellectual distortion driving false beliefs will deny truth the opportunity to get in the way of belief, simply because the operating force of denial, the chemistry of it in the brain, feels good to the believer. It’s like a self-generated magic potion saturating the mind in artificial self-esteem.Continue reading