35:00 Viruses can carry Nanotechnology via Liquid crystals, man made and natural (think tobacco mosiac virus).
Bill Gates Explains that the Covid Vaccine will Use Experimental Technology and Permanently Alter Your DNA
Inactivated and live vaccines are what we consider “traditional” approaches. There are a number of COVID-19 vaccine candidates of both types, and for good reason: they’re well-established. We know how to test and manufacture them.
The downside is that they’re time-consuming to make. There’s a ton of material in each dose of a vaccine. (CDC vaccine excipients) Most of that material is biological, which means you have to grow it. That takes time, unfortunately.
That’s why I’m particularly excited by two new approaches that some of the candidates are taking: RNA and DNA vaccines. If one of these new approaches pans out, we’ll likely be able to get vaccines out to the whole world much faster. (For the sake of simplicity, I’m only going to explain RNA vaccines. DNA vaccines are similar, just with a different type of genetic material and method of administration.)
Here’s how an RNA vaccine works: rather than injecting a pathogen’s antigen into your body, you instead give the body the genetic code needed to produce that antigen itself. When the antigens appear on the outside of your cells, your immune system attacks them—and learns how to defeat future intruders in the process. You essentially turn your body into its own vaccine manufacturing unit.
Because RNA vaccines let your body do most of the work, they don’t require much material. That makes them much faster to manufacture. There’s a catch, though: we don’t know for sure yet if RNA is a viable platform for vaccines. Since COVID would be the first RNA vaccine out of the gate, we have to prove both that the platform itself works and that it creates immunity. It’s a bit like building your computer system and your first piece of software at the same time.” ~ Bill Gates
COMMENT: So, the rushed Covid-19 vaccine will not be a traditional vaccine. It will not be tested in any significant or standard capacity given the present state of emergency. It will be administered by the military, and it everyone on the planet will have to take it.
VLA Comment: Not mentioned is that the new Covid-19 vaccine will include a nanotechnology delivery
MIT chemical engineers have now developed a new series of lipid nanoparticles to deliver such vaccines. They showed that the particles trigger efficient production of the protein encoded by the RNA, and they also behave like an “adjuvant,” further boosting the vaccine effectiveness
Science daily paper Health Risks Of Nanotechnology: How Nanoparticles Can Cause Lung Damage, And How The Damage Can Be Blocked.
Excerpt from the Science Daily
The US government safety research states nanomaterials may interact with the human body in different ways than more conventional materials, due to their extremely small size. For example, studies have established that the comparatively large surface area of inhaled nanoparticles can increase their toxicity. Such small particles can penetrate deep into the lungs and may move to other parts of the body, including the liver and brain. (https://www.ohsrep.org.au/nanotechnology_-_a_new_hazard)
VLA COMMENT: Is the Covid-19 virus itself enriched with nanoparticles? Is that why we are seeing damage in the lungs…fibrosis, thombosis and the non effective drive to use ventilators.
For more on the possibility that both the vaccine and the manipulated Covid-19 virus contains nanobiological technolocy see:
What are the possible dangers of nanotechnology?
Although most of the press coverage has been on the dangers of ‘nano-goo’ such as self-replicating particles that get out of control, or ‘nano-robots’, the real risks are much more simple, and real. The miniature size of nanomaterials and the way their surfaces are modified to increase the ease with which they can interact with biological systems – the very characteristics that make them attractive for applications in medicine and industry – makes nanomaterials potentially damaging for humans and the environment.
Nanoparticles are likely to be dangerous for three main reasons:
Nanoparticles may damage the lungs. We know that ‘ultra fine’ particles from diesel machines, power plants and incinerators can cause considerable damage to human lungs. This is both because of their size (as they can get deep into the lungs) and also because they carry other chemicals including metals and hydrocarbons in with them.
Nanoparticles can get into the body through the skin, lungs and digestive system. This may help create ‘free radicals’ which can cause cell damage and damage to the DNA. There is also concern that once nanoparticles are in the bloodstream they will be able to cross the blood-brain barrier.
The human body has developed a tolerance to most naturally occurring elements and molecules that it has contact with. It has no natural immunity to new substances and is more likely to find them toxic.
The danger of contact with nanoparticles is not just speculation. As more research is undertaken, concerns increase. Here are some of the recent findings:
- some nanoparticles cause lung damage in rats. Several studies have shown that carbon nanotubes, which are similar in shape to asbestos fibres, cause mesothelioma in the lungs of rats (see below)
- other nanoparticles have been shown to lead to brain damage in fish and dogs
- a German study found clear evidence that if discrete nanometer diameter particles were deposited in the nasal region (in rodents in this case), they completely circumvented the blood/brain barrier, and travelled up the olfactory nerves straight into the brain
- inhaled carbon nanotubes can suppress the immune system by affecting the function of T cells, a type of white blood cell that organises the immune system to fight infections.
“What The Pharmaceutical Companies Don’t Want You To Know About Vaccines” – By Dr.Todd M. Elsner
IF YOU VACCINATE – In the first 6 years of life your child receives the following:
“Another advantage of these vaccines is that we can quickly change the target disease,” he says. “We can make vaccines to different diseases very quickly just by tinkering with the RNA sequence.”
Viruses as nanotechnology building blocks for materials and devices. (Nanowerk Spotlight) Geneticists regularly use viruses as vectors to introduce genes into cells that they are studying. … These viruses infect cells, deposit their DNA payloads, and take over the cells’ machinery to produce the desirable proteins
It was not your typical CRISPR experiment. The scientists had just injected a mouse’s tail with magnetic nanoparticles bound to an exotic virus containing today’s genome editor of choice. They then plopped the mouse belly-side down atop a block magnet about the size of a deck of cards, positioning it just so. Even with all their attention to detail, however, “we were never sure it would work,” admits bioengineer Gang Bao of Rice University. “We figured, let’s just see what happens.”
Sometimes to help the body, you have to fool the body, which is why researchers from Harvard’s Wyss Institute of Biologically Inspired Engineering modeled their latest DNA nanodevice after those great immune-system evaders, viruses.
The whole project, outlined in a new paper published at ACS Nano, is pretty bizarre and cool—back in February 2012, researchers at Wyss announced that they had developed a robotic device fashioned out of DNA.
VLA COMMENT: Did they also “tinker” with the Covid-19 virus itself using nanotechnology nano mechanical device… into the virus sending it via aerosol communicability to the world amaging lungs and other organs?
VLA Covid-19 nanobot research notes
Gain-of-function (GOF) research involves experimentation that aims or is expected to increase the transmissibility and/or virulence of pathogens…from animals to humans which would not ordinarily occur in nature.
- Dangerous coronavirus experiments led by Dr. Anthony Fauci went on in the U.S. until 2014 when President Obama ordered the work to stop due to safety violations at three biolabs. Fauci then moved the operations to the Wuhan lab in China and continued coronavirus
- experiments right up until the time that the COVID-19 pandemic occurred
- The COVID-19 pandemic may have been generated to ensure that dangerous coronavirus research would continue and receive fresh funding
- To accelerate a virus’ evolution, you grow it in several types of animal tissue, such as pangolin kidney tissue followed by feral monkey kidney cells and mouse brain tissue
- Each time you transfer the virus to another animal tissue, mutations occur. There’s also evidence showing these animal cell lines are contaminated with coronaviruses and retroviruses, which end up contaminating the vaccines grown in them
- Coronavirus vaccine development has proven very difficult over the past 30 years, as the vaccines create very robust antibody response, but when the patient encounters the wild virus, they become severely ill and often die — a reaction known as paradoxical immune response or paradoxical immune enhancement