Vaccines that grow on leaves and don't need needles: A look at COVID jabs you may not have heard of

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  1. Bowerbird

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    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09...homegrown-vaccine-nationalism-world/100464976

    A fascinating look at what other countries are doing and how they are innovating their way out of Covid. I am fascinated by India’s approach with the “needless” technology which, in theory should be faster, easier and in the long ripen a darn sight cheaper than traditional needles. Cuba was a bit of a surprise in that I did not know they had been manufacturing thier own vaccines for years and so we’re able to develop a Covid vaccine
     
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    The mRNA shots are off to a bad start.

    No surprise given all the facts. Why should I trust Pharma and Fauci and MSM? They are pathological liars and criminal fraudsters.
     
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    This is a horrifying technology. I dont think providing vaccines without needles comes anywhere close to balancing out the dangers of this technology. People should pay attention to this.
     
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    Ok I’ll bite x what is “horrifying” about it?
     
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    Oh you don't need to bite at all. It might be better that way. I said my peice. I'm sure that from here you can blend imagination together while searching your way through understanding DNA, RNA, and the role of proteins in their relationship and what impact a manipulation of their patterns and proteins can have on any given specimen (you know, positive and negative of course. Wouldn't want politics getting into the mix here. Might lose that whole scientific process element). Mix that with your understanding of the history of us hairless apes, and maybe somewhere there might be a plethora of probabilities overlapping. As a clue, I will say for all of our achievements of academia and scientific progress, it sure looks like one big arms race to me. You see, every peice of knowledge and technology gets held by an ape and that ape gets to ask the question "how can I use this to get what I want?", and perhaps a more important question is "what is it that that ape wants?".

    It's a dangerous technology and it needs to be monitored closely. That's as far as I want to go down this rabbit hole.
     
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    Interestingly the DNA vaccine would have completely different dangers from the mRNA vaccine.

    The DNA vaccine, from what I understand, doesn't actually produce the spike protein, but makes the immune system respond similarly to it. But DNA can be a more permanent thing and may be harder to shut off. There also is the small danger that the DNA might get incorporated into cellular DNA, possibly causing cancer.
     
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    Sniff sniff my bulldust detector just went off.

    I have hit this type of “discussion” before. It goes “waffle waffle throw in a couple of words I have heard that I think are impressive sounding waffle - accuse the opponent of not knowing what they are talking about waffle waffle then pretend I know what I am talking about waffle waffle use the word “science” and pretend”
    Yep! Had that game played on me long time. You have a claim YOU verify it using actual well researched articles from texts, journals and or credible sites. Warning I know the basics of how to do academic reviews and critical analysis of research so do me a favour and DON’T try posting some whack a doodle double talk from a site like ‘infowars” or “prison planet” or worse some anonymous video by a known TWONK on bitchute
     
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    And your basis for that claim is……
     
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    This would be a vast improvement and would eliminate one reason for hesitancy - phobia of needles.

    I have seen this sort of thing before and if I recall correctly they're not as effective as needles, there is no substitute for going straight into a vein.

    When heroin users start switching to this, that's when we know the technology is 100% ;)
     
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    India passes out treatments that include Ivermectin.
     
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    Phobia of needles is a big one of mine, the 'need' for boosters is another. Isn't the whole point to juice up the immune system? Why do I need boosters if the first shot exposes me?
     
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    Please stop spreading this dangerous misinformation. It is killing people. This nonsense is why my dad can't get the cancer surgery me needs. The hospitals are too full of deluded conspiracy theorists.
     
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    Lots of shots require boosters.
     
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    Please, please stop spreading this nonsense.
     
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    If you go buy the pour on you don't have to ingest it. Just rub it into your skin. Where I live the ivermectin is locked up so you would have to ask for it. It ain't too expensive. I have gotten it on myself before so it probably won't hurt you. But I ain't no doctor.
     
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    You sound like someone that is using a word salad to sound professional and twisting it for political propaganda. It would sound better if I were driving down the road listening to the radio. Basically you have said nothing while pushing an opinion.
     
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    Since it was first crated for humans there are prescribed doses.
     
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    To get a prescription.... that's the trick.
     
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    Whoa, settle down there little hardcore blue bird. I didn't claim to "verify" anything, nor did I use any words targeted to "impress". People (here?) seem to be so eager to reach states of arguments rather than understanding. I'd be painted surprised, except this forum us an excellent example of how the advanced striped apes anger, how they are extremists, how they perceive, how quickly they point at the other apes, how they show their fangs and thump their chests because they are so informed, aware, righteous, and responsible. They are the apes that know the way for all other apes, and they will attack to prove that.

    I stated its a dangerous technology, and us hairless apes have a tendency to use dangerous technologies, and then things sometimes go BOOM! when they do. You see, it's all science fiction until it becomes history. I'm not interested in arguing science fiction, as there is no argument to be had here.

    "The release of atomic power has changed everything except our way of thinking ... the solution to this problem lies in the heart of mankind. If only I had known, I should have become a watchmaker." ~ Einstein

    (I hope quoting Einstein isn't too pretentious for you. Please note that by doing so, I do not claim to verify his works, have unparalleled understanding and knowledge of his theories, nor am I attempting to belittle the bird's brain and intellectual capacity within. Its just a few words by some guy who had the best haircut to ever crest a hairless ape.)
     
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    Again NO citations backing your claim of “dangerous technology”

    You want to make that claim then provide the citations
     
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    Just because the science has been around for a long time doesn’t mean I would endorse it. I’m not sure what a DNA vaccine is but it sounds spooky to me. I’m assuming based off of its name that it alters DNA. The idea of altering DNA is horrifying.
     
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    Not that hard.
     

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