Second even if it turns out to be totally safe looking back from the distant future even then the logical and safe decision for me with my current knowledge is not to take the vaccine. Because there is a danger that I feel. If it turns out to not be dangerous that does not invalidate the point that it could have been dangerous in the light of my current knowledge.
This sentence really puzzles me. Even if it is safe, you feel danger, but the vaccine could have been... Can you explain a bit?
I keep browsing this forum and I see that almost everybody is 500% certain that this vaccine is dangerous from <insert reasons here>, even though its long term effects are unknown (one of the reasons).
Which amkes me wonder: if its long term effects are unknown, how does one know it's dangerous?
PS: The funniest argument had something to do with luciferase. Which is a harmless enzyme. Of course, its resemblance with Lucifer and the highly religious tendencies of this forum made it a reason to state that this vaccine is dangerous. I also don't understand a thing: if this vaccine contains aborted baby cells, then how many aborted babies do we need to be able to produce a few billion of these vaccines?
Reasoning be damned!