"COVID Vaccine Technology" will Make Varroa Mites Infertile
Humans will eat HONEY with mRNA juice causing INFERTILITY in mites
I strongly suspect that Bloomberg will soon be changing the title of the article, so to put Bloomberg on notice, I saved your article as a PDF file. Should you change your article I will link to the PDF instead.
What is exciting here? Finally, scientists found use of “COVID vaccine technology” to use it to depopulate and eradicate a particular species called “varroa mites”.
GreenLight Biosciences is developing an RNA-based syrup to attack varroa mites, a parasite that attaches itself to honeybees and feeds off them while spreading diseases. The RNA acts as an “off switch” that interferes with the mites, disrupting their ability to lay offspring that attach to bees, said Mark Singleton, chief commercial officer and general manager of plant health at the Boston-based firm.
This concept is quite strange: the varroa-mite-depopulating mRNA syrup is supposed to be eaten by bees. Somehow the bees that eat it “deliver it to mites”. I am not sure how the mRNA would make it to the mites by going through the bee stomach first and then to the mite stomach, and then expressing itself in the mites organs. It makes little sense to me, but I am sure that science has the answer.
Anyway, I am really glad that the “Covid vaccine technology” finally found a way to depopulate a species. The “envelopes” with the mRNA syrup probably have signs written in varroa mite language saying “eat me, I am safe and effective”.
Now, a question: if mRNA is in the bees and mites eat them… Will it also make it to the honey that people eat? Anyone tested it? WE WILL EAT THE HONEY LADEN WITH THE MRNA JUICE MEANT TO MAKE VARROA MITES INFERTILE. Was this tested? What will the honey do to us or to pregnant women eating mRNA-laden honey?
Now, on a serious note, mRNA gene-editing technology is very powerful. Allowing commercial entities to use it without any checks and balances, is like giving a hand grenade to a 3-year-old to play with.