How does an RNA vaccine work? Is it GMO by CRISPR-Cas9 in Vivo?

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Re: How does an RNA vaccine work? Is it GMO by CRISPR-Cas9 in Vivo?




by Christophe » 27/12/21, 11:27

It is true that with less than 100 deaths per day vs> 5 times more during the 1st wave ... they must be damn tired at the moment!

Don't you have an opinion about fake medical passes?
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by ABC2019 » 27/12/21, 11:30

Christophe wrote:It is true that with less than 100 deaths per day vs> 5 times more during the 1st wave ... they must be damn tired at the moment!

well that's what I'm telling you, go directly to discuss with them instead of imagining the discussions.
Don't you have an opinion about fake medical passes?

not having reliable information on the matter, no, I do not have an opinion.
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Re: How does an RNA vaccine work? Is it GMO by CRISPR-Cas9 in Vivo?




by Christophe » 27/12/21, 11:32

Not even an opinion?
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Re: How does an RNA vaccine work? Is it GMO by CRISPR-Cas9 in Vivo?




by Janic » 27/12/21, 11:43

ABCon» 27/12/21, 11:30


You are making a rather gross error in your reasoning: the risk is not calculated with the number of cases actually observed during the study, but on the number of serious cases potentially avoided in the future.

You make a monumental mistake in your non-reasoning, like Hab '
. Nobody is able to estimate at its fair value the supposed serious cases avoided in the future, since there are a significant number of different parameters which are and will remain unknown until the period considered?
Otherwise of course we would not vaccinate against diphtheria or polio.
And super big asshole who adds his ignorance on this subject in addition to the others.
In our country, we only vaccinate for diseases that have almost disappeared and therefore where these unnecessary vaccines are only used to bring money into the labs. And you would know if you had studied the history of vaccinology and compared it with official statistics from neighboring vaccine countries. But you refuse and therefore you repeat, there again, the same aneries as your sect AFIS et cie.

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You are right mengele!


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if you could stop with this ridiculous and defamatory insult to caregivers who give themselves freely to try to save people's lives
Which caregivers? Those who treated covid patients, without protection, at the risk of being contaminated and who were encouraged to quit so as not to want to be injected with an experimental product. They also gave themselves without counting to try to save lives and that your rotten system, for the money, sacrificed without the slightest recognition
do a two-week internship in a sheave service and come back to tell us about it!
Do the same, big ass, but you're much too cowardly to risk yourself because even vaccinated you know, today, that it does not protect you more than an unvaccinated one.!
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by ABC2019 » 27/12/21, 11:51

Christophe wrote:Not even an opinion?

if you provide me with data, I'll get an opinion;)
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by Janic » 27/12/21, 12:26

abcon
not having reliable information on the matter, no, I do not have an opinion.
and yet you gave your opinion, once again, on the profession of homeopathic doctor without reliable information. The bouzo is not except for a contradictory speech, like a weather vane! : Evil:
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by Christophe » 07/01/22, 16:51

I missed this one:

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by Obamot » 08/01/22, 01:25

Christophe wrote:I missed this one:


It's the biggest lie of all time, it's the relative impermeability of the cell membrane between a healthy subject and a sick subject that is not highlighted in this video. And this membrane is made up of lipids ... A virus does not fit into a cell like that, there is competition between lipid membranes, those of viruses are of very poor quality (it's second choice, the virus has traveled, it is extraordinarily fragile, most of it gives way and the generated material is then released into the human body without any effect, that is “contamination” and not infection!) while that of our membrane cells is permanently replaced ... All the difference is made in particular with the quality of the polyunsaturated fatty acids which we eat!

In addition, we are presented with this as random phenomena based on chance, a virus would arrive, meet the "receptor that is fine" ... and presto, the virus would enter the cell. It is a total lie, a pure sight of the mind, our body is a perfectly organized living system and intruders are not random incognito phenomena that go wherever they want in the twists and turns. This is theory born in the sick minds of researchers who only correlate minimalist hypotheses that are probably less than 1/1000 of what we know about interactions (I say ča pif pif but it must be very little when we know how the body's biochemistry and bioelectronics work (colossal atomic forces are at play, how a tiny virus could come and disrupt these biochemical brooms, to make this possible, serious prior disturbances, such as a unfavorable acid vs base balance, a poor calcium metabolism which results from it and the cascading problems which follow ...). "We are guinea pigs for them. One wonders if humanity is aware of what they are doing? Well precisely not, as with GMOs. It is a very big mess. All these Mengele will have to ient have already been arrested and put in jail or in lunatic asylums!

I note in passing the ignominious lie about our DNA which would not be threatened by mRNA, it is false, of course if it is a phenomenon known since the 80s (in memory) the reverse transcriptase.
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