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Understanding this vaccine

The difference of Covid-19 mRNA vaccines {You do not need to have a medical or scientific background to understand. Please read.}

Definition Change

The CDC has for many years defined a vaccine as: “A product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.” Since September 2, 2021, the following changed definition has appeared on the CDC website: “A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.” The revised definition switches the goal from producing immunity to protection. That means vaccination is now defined as, "The act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease." 

Gene Therapy

The new mRNA vaccines did not meet the definition of ‘vaccine’ before the World Health Organization changed it. Previously, the definition for vaccines specified the introduction of an antigen designed to stimulate an immune response, specifically, antibody production. COVID-19 vaccines do not introduce an antigen, rather they introduce mRNA which stimulates your own body cells to manufacture and synthesize a spike protein identical to one from the novel corona virus. One spike protein out of 24-40 different proteins on the virus’s surface.

And here’s the definition of gene therapy according to the FDA: “Gene therapy is a technique that modifies a person’s genes to treat or cure disease.” Read what Luc Montagnier a virologist Nobel Prize winner said about how the mRNA vaccines can facilitate the development of Covid variants.

Patient's experience with mRNA vaccine

Patient complications from mRNA shot

Vaccine side effects example

Understanding the Odds

This following is not meant to convince you to not take Covid vaccines, but it is meant to help explain why people need the freedom to make choices for themselves.

Complexity Issues

This is the first time in history mRNA has been altered using medication or vaccination. mRNA directly interacts with DNA which is the code that runs our body. DNA dictates the standard operating procedures for all of our body's systems (circulatory, reproductive, respiratory, metabolic, nervous system etc). There are roughly 3.5 billion pieces of DNA that make up your body's standard operation procedures. Some patients can have 1-3 DNA mutations and end up with crippling medical conditions. Some of our medical staff work with patients who have 10 seizures a day from 1 DNA mutation. It's not just that you need the correct billions of pieces of DNA that make your body complex, it's that they need to be in the right order. For example, if you took all the musical notes for an orchestra off their sheets and shook them up and then poured the notes back out on the sheets in random order, they could play the exact same notes but in a randomized order and the music would sound like chaos. So it's not just that you need the right musical notes (DNA), it's that you need it (DNA) in the right order.

Risk Examples (do not read unless you read the above paragraphs)

So when people take the mRNA vaccines they need to hope that the pharmaceutical companies launched this new technology correctly the first time and completely understand the mRNA and DNA that they're genetically affecting.

  • 1) How many things in life are launched correctly the first time?

  • 2) The more complex something is the more interreactions and elements that are available to go wrong, and DNA is one of the most complex elements of the human body. 

  • 3) You would need to hope that the developers completely understood mRNA and DNA. In reality, in June of 2021 (a few months following vaccine rollout), there was a new discovery that challenged a central principle in our understanding of DNA. Just like when a software coder codes a complex program if they didn't fully understand the code they're altering just 1 error can make the whole program have serious issues. If you're interested you can follow the monthly changes to scientists' understanding of DNA here.

  • 4) Currently scientists have already been altering genes in plants for years. This produces GMO foods. Many GMO foods have resulted in adverse health issues for the user. The thing is when you eat GMO foods and your body doesn't react well you can stop. However, if you GMO your body there may not be ways to undo the genetic modification. Plants are normally far less complex than the human body.

 

Again this is not to challenge the vaccine but to explain why it needs to be the user's decision on what health risks they want to accept.

 

Interreactions

mRNA is a single-stranded molecule of RNA that corresponds to the genetic sequence of a gene, and is read by a ribosome in the process of synthesizing a protein. To show you how complex protein processes are in the body and the interreactions of our body's components here's a photo.

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Look at this complex chart. This is a biochemical pathways chart outlining just the interreactions of just proteins in one type of human cell. This particular chart just outlines biochemical pathways for cells regulating metabolic function. Pick a red, green, black or blue line and imagine that it is broken. That can in turn affect the entire interreactions chart. If just 1 part stops working it can affect the whole. You have 80 trillion cells in your body (depending on your body weight and height) all with different charts like this, with multiple layers of interreactions, and probably multiple layers we don't understand or don't even know exist. Also, that's not the full chart, the chart below is the full chart. The red circled area is the only part that is shown above.

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mRNA is a single-stranded molecule of RNA that corresponds to the genetic sequence of a gene, and is read by a ribosome in the process of synthesizing a protein. You can see the complexity of what a new mRNA vaccine technology is up against and the daisy chain effects it can have if we don't completely understand what we're doing. Unlike a software code though we don't necessarily have the ability with DNA and mRNA to go in and "change the code" back if the vaccine gets it wrong.

 

Sometimes this is just the risk we run in an imperfect world where we must weigh the positive or negative outcomes of a medical decision. However, where there is risk there must be a choice and it must be up to the individual to decide, not a mandate.

Explanation of possible mRNA vaccine effects

Patient's side effect experiences

Antibody dependency through mRNA vaccines

Data from the study of SARS-CoV and other respiratory viruses suggest that anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies could exacerbate COVID-19 through antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE).

VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System)

VAERS is the CDC database established to record adverse effects from vaccinations. It serves as a chance to capture and respond to data that a vaccine may not be as safe and effective as the company that created it claims. Although it is a ‘passive’ reporting system (meaning anyone can make a report) it has historically been considered to be underutilized, causing many statistical experts to estimate that the true number of adverse events are anywhere from 6.5 to 41 greater. Here is the link to VAERS, where a reader can easily assess that the number of adverse events for the COVID vaccines have exceeded the total number of adverse events recorded for ALL vaccines combined.

 

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