- Read the rules, conveniently linked in the bottom right of every single page on this site. You're breaking a few here. Friendly warning.
- Highschool teaches a lot of..."lies" would be the best word I think. Close enough for the unwashed masses who only need to push a mop or change a tire, but not the most accurate information and often information that's very out of date. You'll note one of our rules here is "don't assume it's obvious" and another is "backup your claims with links" This is because of how downright wrong most of what common knowledge people have learned is.
- Text books that don't come from research papers are firewood.
And don't worry. I don't want to use this forum regularly. I'm against online communication for the most part (partially because I'm too busy to waste the time and partially because the majority of people online are toxic, really unhealthy and online communication is incredibly unhealthy in my opinion). But I only really wanted information on one thing which I asked in the biology section (about stimulating cd8 t-cells, toxoplasma cysts and such). That's all I want. On this guy's site (the site which is the subject of this topic) I tried to ask the questions, the mods and admins didn't know anything and didn't attempt to answer them but they did all start crying about me saying humans accumulate pathogens (which we do) and they derailed the thread then locked it. They said I was so arrogant for saying this fact when a mod said humans don't accumulate pathogens. Lol. The same mod who is an antivaxer too apparently as he also said stimulating the immune system is a very bad idea and shouldn't be done. Moderating the immunology section. They're crazy really. This guy is a mod on that site and now followed (staked?) me to this site to continue trying to argue his wrong ideas. But I think he's been corrected enough here I gave him a lot of information and some examples of pathogens humans accumulate. So now I just want to wait to see if anyone knows something about the question I actually asked in the biology section that's all. As long as this guy stops now trying to follow me around all over the internet and trying to argue with me that humans don't accumulate pathogens, because we do.