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|User Info||2020-11-28 Calling BS; entered at 2020-11-28 16:27:50|
I heard about this study from the Gary Null Show Podcast:|
Another mask study that confirms Fauci's study from 2008 about the dangers:
"Optimal oxygen intake in humans has been calculated in the absence of any obstruction to the airways. The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has determined that the optimal range of
oxygen in the air for humans is between 19.5 and 23.5%. In previous times, before the COVID-19 era, OSHA required that any human-occupied airspace where oxygen measured less than 19.5% to be labelled as not safe for workers.
The percentage of oxygen inside a masked airspace generally measures 17.4% within several seconds of wearing... the ability to sense changes in oxygen
concentration, and to adapt to such challenges quickly. The medulla oblongata and carotid bodies are sensitive to such changes. Both lower ambient oxygen and increased ambient carbon dioxide stimulates ventilation, as the body quickly and steadfastly attempts to acquire more oxygen. As a compensatory
mechanism, inspiratory flow is measurably higher in mask-wearers than in controls.
The question then arises: If inspiratory flow is increased over normal while wearing a mask, is every fiber attached to ones facemask secure enough not to be inhaled into the lungs of the mask-wearer? Is it good enough for a majority of these fibers to be secure? Or must every part of every mask fiber of every mask be secure at all times?
If widespread masking continues, then the potential for inhaling mask fibers and environmental and biological debris continues on a daily basis for hundreds of millions of people. This should be alarming for physicians and epidemiologists knowledgeable in occupational hazards.