WHAT IS mRNA?

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The free medical dictionary defines vaccines as medicines that contain weakened or dead viruses. When a person contracts a disease, the body produces antibodies that help protect the person from getting the same condition in the future. Messenger RNA is different from routine vaccines. mRNA sends messages to a person’s DNA by entering a person’s cells. Messenger RNA is different from routine vaccines. mRNA sends messages to a person’s DNA by entering a person’s cells, although it does not enter the nucleus of the cells where the DNA resides.

The Pfizer and Moderna shots genetically modify the host. The Pfizer and Moderna mRNAs are the first mRNAs brought to market for human patients. All the while, being rushed to market while ignoring standard protocol, protocols that would typically hold them liable for negligence, require them to experiment on animals before humans, and require randomized placebo testing. They are also exempt from proving that the vaccines will do what they claim they will do. Companies have neglected scientific protocol. If our genome is modified, the way Monsanto has modified corn, can the new species be patented, the way Monsanto owns their modified corn?

Ask yourself, what does it mean to be human? How close are we to altering the genetic code? How close are we to transhumanism? Transhumanism is the genetically blending of humans and animals, resulting in Chimeras. Chimeras are animals composed of cells that originate from two (or more) different species.

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Published by Kenneth E. Long

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