Mistakes were not made
95.3% ^1252. This is 7.86E-27. Not a mistake. Lets hope this is a mistake that takes down the entire death cult. Big thank you to Jim Scott, gives me hope we can win this war.
Two brilliant minds coming together, kaboom❤️👍
The real crime is the traffic to your substack. Despite the heavily technical nature being accessible to only a very narrow group, the bigger picture is quite clear.
Hi Dr. McKernan, could you have a look at this post of mine and maybe give a feedback whether it's a good idea to look for those hinted components in the mRNA/DNA soup of "contaminants"?
2+ years later, but never too late? If indeed there, that would be the final stick of dynamite under the foundation of the WARP speed?
I posted that osf link on fb and it was ok until recently. FB started censoring all post/links with it. They really don't want people to read the journal.
Just something random that popped into my mind...... because it was also a little strange when I'd stumbled across it. One of these ORFs come closest to a lasso protein when you put it in a protein generator to try to tell what it is. I never really could find much material about lasso proteins. I thought they were rather neat as a concept just for their shape. The purpose they would serve? Mysterious! Just some random thought that passed while reading this.
Post on FBIbook was removed because it discusses scientific process, which needs to be looked at. Can't have any critical thinking out there.
Someone should focus on savingvthe Pfizer, Moderna etc patents till they don't erase them from net.
Read this famous essay. It perfectly describes the criminals at work today:
Protect yourselves at all times; they are truly stupid, in the Bonhoeffer sense of the word. Peace.
layman here. i wonder, are natural viruses more random, being less prone to OLGs? i mean, for exemple if the two strands are in phase, if for any reason you don't use those codons that on the other strand would become a stop codon, then you don't have a stop codon?
Here is the working link
Somebody in R&D has a dark sense of humour.
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