Thanks to the little mouse – https://twitter.com/JikkyKjj Please little mouse won’t you join Jonathan Couey on his Gigaohm Biological show? You can keep your anonymity if you wish.
Some great detective work has been done using BLAST. The narrative is under attack on all sides and the wheels are falling off.
2./ BLAST is a computer algorithm that is available for use online at the NCBI website, as well as many other sites. BLAST can rapidly align and compare a query DNA sequence with a database of sequences, which makes it a critical tool in ongoing genomic research.
If you BLAST that 19nt sequence you will see the list of Moderna patents that have 100% match. There are no viral sequences that have this match. Oh and BTW the most obvious match is to the patent for modified genes for cancer therapy. In this case MSH3. Moderna created a mutated version of this DNA repair gene, and a sequence from that mutated patented gene found its way into a SARS-coronavirus.
Wait – what am I looking at here? A comparison of a patented sequence (the vaunted CGGCGG) with the sequence from….? Where were the other samples derived from?
In case no one noticed, the Moderna CEO Bancel is listed as one of the authors:
JP 2017197545-A/7090: MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES FOR THE
PRODUCTION OF ONCOLOGY-RELATED PROTEINS AND PEPTIDES
Wood, K.l•l., Whoriskey,S.,
Elbashir,S.M., Ellsworth, J. L. , Guild, J. , Hatala,P.,
p. and Bancel,S. Ejebe,K.,
MODIFIED POLYNUCLEOTIDES PROTEINS AND PEPTIDES
FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ONCOLOGY-RELATED
patent: JP 2017197545-A 7ege 82-Nov-2e17;
This is Mike talking while driving to his next job. He drives for hours and still finds time to make videos, look after his chickens and use his telescope. And he his fighting cancer. He is right, they have no credibility. Soon we will bring you more from Mike’s weather reports and from Jim at Climate viewer. It is about to go nuts with a mixture of natural and artificial climate forcing.
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