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Jul 19, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

After reading this I considered forwarding it down to my son, who is a genetic engineer in the bay area. Unfortunately, anything that calls into question the miraculous wonderfulness of the mRNA platform he greets with derision and scoffing. For example, after watching McCullough he referred to him as a "used car salesman type".

As a side note, he admitted having a "rough time" with shot number 2. When I pressed him he quickly backtracked and said it was just "pain at the injection site". Sure buddy.

Both daughters are in their mid 30s. After injection one was thought to have either brain cancer or multiple sclerosis. The other one has two heart meds she is on that are for arrhythmias. They were fine before. Naturally, neither one wants to talk about it because mom and I are nut jobs, apparently, since we can't see how delightful and effective the shots are.

How can smart people be so stupid?

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You see it a lot, and I wonder just how far some folk will go with their preferred version of reality?

What is the Normalcy Bias?

Normalcy bias is also known as status quo bias, analysis paralysis, and fittingly, the ostrich effect. Itā€™s also commonly called, ā€œdenial.ā€

https://reboot-foundation.org/everything-you-need-to-know-about-normalcy-bias/

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Jul 19, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

I'm beginning to think that some people are just wired to be susceptible to propaganda. For example, I've always wondered who could allow TV commercials to influence their buying decisions. I'll my life I've been totally impervious to their messages. But the ads must work or they would stop spending money on them. Safe and effective!!

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Jul 3, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

Thank you so much for this comprehensive substack post, I'm only about half way in, but this has been a great read (especially how gene therapy came to be a vaccine not requiring the usual gene therapy regulation... Hmmmm ... Why could that be? Almost as if it were planned that way...

"Although incompletely defined, the mode of action of mRNA vaccines [2] should classify them as gene therapy products (GTP) [3]. But mRNAs as vaccines against an infectious disease have been excluded from GTP regulation by US and EU regulations [4]"

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Thank you Steve. We are back in the 19th Century era of snake oil salesmen, but on a much larger scale.

The difference being that in a lot of cases the snake oil wouldn't necessarily injure or kill you.

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Jul 4, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

Exactly, I only did a few biology classes at uni, before changing interests around second year, but certainly learnt about cellular mRNA and how it is essential for normal cell specific processes. I was alarmed when they said this what was to be used, and skipped through essential testing, there is no way we have enough understanding in my opinion to inject lab made mRNA into the body and know the consequences (although one could certainly guess tissue/cell necrosis, cancer, autoimmune disorders and a whole variety of unthought of consequences). Thank you for taking a deep dive (much above my level of knowledge) into the subject... this whole worldwide travesty has renewed my interest in cellular biology, I pray that many may not have received a full mRNA dose due to poor production/handling or even varying concentration in lots. Fingers crossed.

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Jul 3, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

Goodness. With all the gold mine references, I fully expected a joke based on this: https://www.shutterstock.com/editorial/image-editorial/biontech-headquarters-der-goldgrube-12-mainz-rhineland-palatinate-12984003ee

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Jul 2, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

In concluding section:

"It is, therefore, important to take these aspects into account in the future, so as not to undermine public confidence in vaccines in general."

Far, far too late!! That horse is out of the barn and into the next hemisphere!

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Jul 1, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

thanks for the sobering analysis ... more vodka will help disinfect me :)

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Jul 1, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

Cyprinus - just experienced this accompaniment during a walkthrough of Sahin's 2014 paper... just a minor side effect? https://youtu.be/7edeOEuXdMU

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Jul 1, 2023Ā·edited Jul 1, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

Thank you! Looking forward to the mag info. I have a seemingly intractable, but symptomatic, cellular deficiency, so always out for more info!

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Jul 3, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

If intractable, you may not be absorbing it well. Try topical?

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Jul 3, 2023Liked by DoorlessCarpšŸ­

It helps, for sure. It's the only way I saw improvement from my astoundingly low levels

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