- Apr 20, 2017
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Others have done a good job refuting your nonsense, but this one is a particular pet peeve of mine. A carbon dioxide molecule is 3 atoms. A virus is a living organism made up of billions of atoms. How can a mask opening be big enough to let the virus through but small enough to trap CO2? It's physically and logically impossible. And you have the nerve to tell *us* to go back to science class?Cloth masks and homemade masks don't work - Fauci stated that in his own initial emails, it's written right on the packaging that the product does not protect against viruses, and there was a study done by a scientist out of Stanford that shows that the coronavirus particles are smaller than the openings of cloth masks, therefore, they provide no protection, and actually result in you breathing in your own waste in the form of carbon dioxide, resulting in toxicity to your internal organs, as well as the factor that you are creating a breeding ground for bacteria, fungi and viral particles by wearing one for any extended period of time.