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whoa! processed cheese šŸ§€šŸ§€! rudy jaenisch was the first to show reverse transciption (rt) of the spike mrna now he publishes a pre-print suggesting that "transfected mrna doesn't induce as much rt as viral infection" but... @kevin_mckernan @jesslovesmjk @rwmalonemd https://twitter.com/adhesionsorg/status/1625640658772848641
the conclusion from this paper is not what you think it is. it looks like it is telling you that the vaccine spike mrna doesn't reverse transcribe but it's not. they didn't use spike mrna or vaccine, or a virus. smart, eh?
the "virus" wasn't virus but a recombinant infectious clone, which can produce huge amounts of quasi-virus. so it's nothing like an actual viral infection, which produces low levels of viraemia (sometimes none).
and the "transfected rna" by comparison wasn't mrna vaccine (which is spike encoding). it was a nucleocapsid sequence. nothing to do with the vaccine at all. @maples46014332 @narfgb @fynnderella1
they even say this themselves - but it's buried at the end. "it's important to emphasize that the process of transfecting... differs from vaccine rna delivery and... the sequence we used differs from the vaccine sequence (nucleocapside versus spike)"
so why did jaenisch frame this preprint like this? i don't know, but i think the wording is just a reflection of the fact that no paper will be published that suggests any danger of the mrna therapies. this is what happens to you if you try. arkmedic.substack.com/p/welcome-to-gā€¦
and for reference i'll tag the preprint in this thread so that rudy j (who i respect highly) gets a notification that i've written about it. he is welcome to correct me.biorxiv.org/content/10.110ā€¦
should get the message šŸ˜‰šŸ§€šŸ˜‚
damn - how did i miss this? what rudy is telling the world in this paper is that transfection with multiple copies of spike rna (via infectious clone, but it doesn't matter) (1) induces line-1(2) induces reverse transcription@kevin_mckernan @daoyu15biorxiv.org/content/10.110ā€¦
the quantity of spike mrna in the covid mrna gene therapy vaccines more resembles the infectious clone transfection used in the study, than n-gene transfection. rudy is telling you that this mrna spike transfection is bad. he's been telling you for 2 years.
for comparison, most low grade infections are associated with a blood vrna level of less than 6000 copies/mlpubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34374761/
this is 1000x fold lower than the levels produced by infectious clonespubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32289263/
and remember also that (1) vaccination doesn't protect against infection - so the amount of vrna is additive(2) there is a lot of vrna after vaccination - a helluva lot. https://twitter.com/jikkyleaks/status/1611465508616036353
so read this paper again, and read between the lines. tldr: the vaccine mrna is reverse transcribed into dna in your cells - not least because of the quantity flooding your cells. the virus can not, to any significant extent. the paper shows it.
and yeah, it's a scandal. so it needs a name. #rtgate