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This is a great idea! A week in review, from mine point of view!

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Yep, it took me awhile to wade through it, but the dig deeply article was super-helpful. I am glad to see more writing like this - aimed at a lay level - to help those of us who are genetically impaired from understanding PhD level science speak! 😁

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Real science is still absolutely brilliant. Thanks for reminding me...

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Mar 28·edited Mar 28

Special K - This DNA, your cannabis hop viroid plague, and plasmidgate posts reminded me of something... HGT from GMO plant to bacteria to pollinator/consumer. Its resonating because I keep thinking about mobilized plasmids and selfish DNA. Thanks and Hoppy Easter. Give those fabulous felis catus an extra treat!!

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40168-022-01268-1

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Kevin, why do both the Pfizer plasmid and the AstraZeneca plasmid include promoter/enhancer gene sequences for use with eukaryotic cells if the plasmids are only used with e-coli bacteria (prokaryotic cells) in the manufacturing process?

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They were deliberately included with malice aforethought ,out of spite and malevolence and greed, to generate cancer and genetic mutations and provide a market for both cancer and gene therapies..

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That’s one possible explanation. I’d also like to know if there are any other plausible/possible but less nefarious explanations.

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Okay then how about this.The eukaryotic promoters, enhancers and oris were included so that the plasmids would be replication competent in both human cells and the commensal bacteria of the gut and other sites of the human body.

It's an undeclared self- replicating vaccine .

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This is the permanent spike factory hypothesis, correct?

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Yes.But you could also generate permanent spike production by insertional mutagenesis ,then you will get tumours with lots of spike.

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Insertional mutagenesis

Duh

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