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Sherlock Ohmes

Sherlock Ohmes (Jonathan  from Gigaohm Biological) discusses the curious case of the virus that did not infect.  This is a 20 minute clip from the previous show (24 Jan)  which I have saved on my Bitchute channel because it is an important part of  the Omicron sleuthing being done hence the corny Sherlock Ohmes reference and the curious case of the dog that did not bark.  In that case the dog did not bark because it knew the thief.  In this case the virus did not infect because they did not test for it.  If you don’t test for it, then you don’t find it.

Gigaohm Biological and Ethical Skeptic (20 min)

Here is previous work by the Ethical Skeptic in case you missed it.

Omicron sleuths


Here is Julius Ruechel on the disappearance of influenza

Here are the scientific articles:

BNT162b2 Vaccine: Possible Codons Misreading, Errors in Protein Synthesis and Alternative Splicing’s Anomalies

Translation affects mRNA stability in a codon-dependent manner in human cells

Gamma-Glutamyltransferase: A Predictive Biomarker of Cellular Antioxidant Inadequacy and Disease Risk

Innate Immune Suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccinations: The role of G-quadruplexes, exosomes and microRNAs

Kevin McKernan Dr. Jay Couey (1:07)

I finally found the episode with Kevin McKernan  (not Kevin McCairn) and RNA Immunization Tech: Some Things You Should Know.  This was aired on the 20th of December and was on Vimeo.  I have downloaded it and placed it on Bitchute.  Kevin McKernan discusses  with Dr. Jay Couey sequences and consequences of mRna transfections.

Think of stop condons as traffic lights.  Sometimes you can run them and you will be OK but if you are unlucky there will be a huge truck going through the intersection. Here is the blog post discussing pseudouridine  using Kevin McKernan’s tweets:

mRNA stability

Here is an explanation about the Furin Cleavage Site (FCS) and condons, etc: