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https://pharmaceuticalfraud.com/2021-05-03-101-dangerous-mrna-covid-inoculations-explained.html Vaccines are a very insidious way to attack humans and their immune systems because most people cannot even begin to understand the science behind the manufacturing of these biological warfare inoculations. It’s hard to question the science when you wouldn’t even understand the answers given, and scientists and doctors know this. Yet, if you knew exactly what the mRNA vaccines are capable of, you wouldn’t just think twice about getting any new vaccines, you would simply say, “no way.” First, understand the value of “encoded protein molecules” Back in 2008, some doctors translated what it means for cells to convert DNA into working proteins, a process they described as a “decoding of instructions” for making proteins, which involves mRNA transcriptions. The workhorses of the human cell are encoded protein molecules that help the body metabolize nutrients, meaning they are life-sustaining chemical reactions that convert food to energy and eliminate metabolic waste. In other words, encoded protein molecules are carrying out functions necessary for all human life, and that’s what the vaccine technology is manipulating. Now, with mRNA vaccine technology, the information in your DNA that’s being transferred to messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules is being permanently changed, and not for your health or safety. This manipulation is called transcription, and during this process, the mRNA gets “read” by its new mutated genetic code, and its genetic code is the new template for the chain of amino acids that will form a protein. This is where it gets very scary. Scientists are now fully capable of transcribing, translating, and mutating genes. Scientists believe they now have enough research to completely profile these transcriptions of cells with the complete set of RNA transcripts. This research is why mRNA vaccines have a huge impact on cellular functioning, and may explain why there are so many deadly “side effects” already being witnessed, including severe blood clots, intolerable nerve pain, blindness, deafness, and death.
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