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King_of_Crazy 6 points ago +6 / -0

Sad to see he dropped epic knowledge to an empty chamber.

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MO-Carpenter 3 points ago +3 / -0

You got to see it. That’s more important than a bunch of lawmakers who already know it’s sketch and have accepted that.

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King_of_Crazy 1 point ago +1 / -0

That is true.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

Funny that neither Pfizer nor Moderna can legally call this gene therapy a “vaccine” to this day.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

Everything he said was what Covid “skeptics” were warning about in March 2020. As glad as I am to hear a politician break down the fundamental biology and mechanism of actions, I’m livid that fewer people listened to the people warning that this is exactly what we should expect to happen.

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ImBillCurtis 3 points ago +3 / -0

It’s cute how people think a medically- induced genocide is supposed to work on some fabricated timeline. “BuT I ThOuGHt EvEROne Is SuPpOSed tO Be DeAD by NoW.”

Idiots. It took decades to prove camp Lejeune water was causing health defects. Now my inbox is full of ambulance chasing class action attorneys. And that was in the 80’s.

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the-new-style 1 point ago +1 / -0

Everything he said was what Moderna were warning about in January 2017

https://www.statnews.com/2017/01/10/moderna-trouble-mrna/

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Cheesemaker 3 points ago +3 / -0

Very good video. Wish US senators could be this knowledgeable.

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Dicyanin2C 2 points ago +2 / -0

Knowledge is one thing, a spine is another. They get plausible deniability as long as they keep quiet.

Carry On!!!

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925thejoyisgone 1 point ago +1 / -0

What I've learned over the past few months: all viruses are fake. Virology is another pseudo science. Terrain theory just makes more sense. Exosome theory, etc

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The_Ignoble_Lie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think we need to be more careful with loading up terrain theory with easy to misinterpret words. Exosomes (extracellular vesicles) are made visible through at least one technology (electron transmission or scanning microcopes). They can be filtered and examined / classified just like viruses. The difference is in replication competence. So its not that "viruses" are "fake" - they very likely have had their intent / purpose misclassified - they form a branch of the Exosome superset (the other branch non-replication competent). They serve to deliver signals of varying purpose to either local or some large portion the bodies cells. There is a host of research showing that most "viruses" are commensal - meaning they provide some benefit to the holism of the human (or eukaryotic cells / body) that they are discovered within.

When "viruses" are cultured and then experimentally challenged via unnatural inoculation utilizing cellular broths at sufficiently high "viral" concentration, this will naturally disrupt the average body. The "message" is not suppose to exist in such concentrations at such locations in the biome - nor are the adulterants, antifungals, antibiotics and extracellular debris, nucelic acid and organelle contamination that comes along for the ride. So I do think it still true that disease can be inflicted via injection with these substances that although are not truly isolated, they are indeed "cultured".

Feel free to start here to add to your body of knowledge. I do not advise throwing out all of virology / exosomology. The truth is likely a synthesis between them.

Chronic Viral Infections vs. Our Immune System: Revisiting our view of viruses as pathogens https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/programs/stars/assets/Dr.%20Tiffany%20Reese.pdf

The good viruses: Viral mutualistic symbioses https://pennstate.pure.elsevier.com/en/publications/the-good-viruses-viral-mutualistic-symbioses

Move Over, Bacteria! Viruses Make Their Mark as Mutualistic Microbial Symbionts https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Move-Over%2C-Bacteria!-Viruses-Make-Their-Mark-as-Roossinck/8ffd1ba3f12184c2cd936d348bf8eac8187ee0d0

Even viruses can be beneficial microbes https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Even-viruses-can-be-beneficial-microbes-Roossinck/5823a4eb5bbae044f50cc96474c090ce1e907558

Are Viruses Always Villains? The Roles Plant Viruses May Play in Improving Plant Responses to Stress https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Are-Viruses-Always-Villains-The-Roles-Plant-Viruses-Wylie-Jones/0bf9c83fb1209ed8b6d4e668e0c028216a73c669

Enemies with benefits: mutualistic interactions of viruses with lower eukaryotes https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Enemies-with-benefits%3A-mutualistic-interactions-of-Jagdale-Joshi/1b5a76876cef14c9b336ebb7f186615cde6719c2

Arguing that Cytomegalovirus is Beneficial for Old Immune Systems https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2018/07/arguing-that-cytomegalovirus-is-beneficial-for-old-immune-systems/

Viruses of the Human Body https://www.researchgate.net/publication/310233895_Viruses_of_the_human_body

Lifelong CMV infection improves immune defense in old mice by broadening the mobilized TCR repertoire against third-party infection https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.1719451115

The human virome: The trillions of viruses inside your body keeping you alive https://www.sciencefocus.com/the-human-body/the-human-virome-the-trillions-of-viruses-inside-your-body-keeping-you-alive/

Virus May Boost — Not Weaken — Our Immune Systemshttps://news.arizona.edu/story/virus-may-boost-not-weaken-our-immune-systems

Lifelong cytomegalovirus infection may boost the immune system in old age, when we need it most, according to a study led by University of Arizona researchers.

Historical Background https://virus.stanford.edu/herpes/History.html https://virus.stanford.edu/herpes/CMVdiseases.html

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is notable among Human Herpesvirus because it almost never causes clinical disease in immunocompetant hosts. This is despite the fact that almost the entire adult population is seropositive for the virus CMV is present in all body secretions including urine, saliva, feces, blood, breast milk, semen, and cervical secretions

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925thejoyisgone 0 points ago +1 / -1

Wow, thanks for taking so much time. You shouldn't have. I distrust everything from the establishment, trusting sources, even peer reviewed, has lete down over and over again.

I am happy to kick out virology as well as many other sciences and start from scratch if we can ever overthrow all media, governments, and reestablish a new educational system.. So...never.

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The_Ignoble_Lie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just took the time to write the first few paragraphs - you are free to disavow all of the science but I strongly suggest you do not.

Anyway, this is just from a document of links I've been collecting regarding the changing consensus of what "viruses" really are - questioning even the "pathogenicity" of the ... "pathogenic" ones. They are not all scientific research, some are more editorial. They represent exactly what you are getting at. That we should distrust because this is more breaking edge - a closer picture of reality. But still I find it lacking. The virological domain of science is what it is. Observations from microscopes on tissue samples or cellular cultures + quite a few other technologies including genomic analysis (computational reconstruction of genomes, "antigen" analysis, antibodies.) I strongly advise you understand them all fully. You will only understand the ramifications of terrain theory more completely.