Blood - Taking Down Humanity

vaccine

#61

Health Canada extends expiry date for thousands of AstraZeneca-Oxford doses by an extra month

It’s like grocery stores extending expiry date on meat.


#62

Looks like “Nutrition Microscopist” is one of the alternative medicine things. Like homeopathy. Should be approached with extreme caution. As bad as actual MD’s can be the ersatz ones tend to be even more dubious.


#63

Aye never heard of the title before tbh, but if the images are legit and instructive, we won’t shoot the messenger this time.

That’s why I had a look at other imaging sources for comparison - the original images could easily be 3D images, with some post production, photographed off a screen (as they are), screens are used as a breakout of the traditional eye piece. They might also be legitimate medical animation/simulation being mis-appropriated, demonstrating some other observable blood phenomena. i.e. discernment etc. etc.

In the end, maybe it’s easily explicable or not. Imaging techniques are continually incredible and on that tangent, while looking found this fascinating animated visualisation of cellular processes. This should tickle the senses.


#64

Twitter Shedding More Users

Naomi Wolf was taken out on twitter, account suspended for:

Possibly also she may have posted a link to this document:

Design and Analysis of Shedding Studies for Virus or Bacteria-Based Gene Therapy and Oncolytic Products

Guidance for Industry

Here it is > https://www.fda.gov/media/89036/download


#65

Feb 2020:

Still, McLellan thinks a vaccine is likely about 18 to 24 months away. That’s “still quite fast compared to normal vaccine development, which might take like 10 years,” he said.

Archived link: https://archive.is/dwDS2

Turns out it was only months away. WHO knew eh! Magical. Truly magical.


#66

Another magical effect is #Magneto!

I’m sure we’ve all seen the videos. And are wondering wtf? I’ve even seen a video (today) of an unvaxxed person :no_mouth: Massage therapist in NYC so around a lot of vaxxed people.

Crazy.

Went looking briefly today. These articles are indexed in PubMed.

Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine

Archived Link • https://archive.is/UQ0ok

Magnetofection: a reproducible method for gene delivery to melanoma cells

Archived link • https://archive.is/wip/T50f3

Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles: magnetic nanoplatforms as drug carriers

Archived link • https://archive.is/MC7Ut

Indexed in PubMed.

Crazy.


#67

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Alex Berenson

2 May, 3 tweets, 2 min read

As smoking guns go, this study is high-caliber. @UCSanDiego and Chinese researchers showed that the #SARSCoV2 spike protein - the one the vaccines make you produce - can all by itself cause major damage to the walls of blood vessels.


Original link here. The spike protein - not so great for long-term immunity, fantastic for off-target side effects.

WAAAARP SPEEEEED AHEAD!

Sorry, here: biorxiv.org/content/biorxi…

Unroll Src: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1388836304918614027.html


#68

Oh. Look. Who could have guessed this?

Archived link: https://archive.is/GsObj

Answer - https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161128151050.htm

Nearly 10 percent of the human genome is made of bits of virus DNA. For the most part, this viral DNA is not harmful. In some cases, scientists are finding, it actually has a beneficial impact.