Covid Vaccines Produce Random Junk Proteins Thanks to an "Invention" Which Coincidentally Won the Nobel Prize
A Quarter of Vaccinated Subjects Produce Random Junk Proteins due to vaccine "Read Errors" and even get immunity to them, study finds
Would you like to get a mystery shot, which would make your body produce random, garbage proteins for an indeterminate amount of time? Well, it turned out that mRNA Covid vaccines have precisely that effect!
Scientists discovered that in addition to the toxic “spike protein,” mRNA vaccines have a weakness that introduces “read errors,” making vaccinated individuals produce nearly random proteins with unknown and unpredictable effects.
That cannot be good for us!
Explanation of “Frameshifting”
Most readers would know that text characters, such as the letters of the Substack post you are reading right now, are represented as bits in our computers.
For instance, computer characters comprising “GOOD MORNING” are encoded by the following bits:
01000111 01001111 01001111 01000100 00100000 01001101
01001111 01010010 01001110 01001001 01001110 01000111
What if a computer error deletes one bit in the second letter of “GOOD MORNING”?
The bits would shift and would encode a garbage sentence “G^ЮИ@ЪЮдЬТЬП”:
I hope you agree that any technology that causes such random loss of “bits” is not good. Some lost bits can corrupt files and even lead to computer crashes, like the infamous “Blue Screen of Death” in Microsoft Windows:
It turns out that mRNA technologies introduce similar errors, as Mulroney et al. learned using experiments on mice and humans. Just as bits are lost in text, such frameshifting errors can cause garbage outputs to clog human bodies.
mRNA Vaccine Decoding Errors
Our cells have specialized bodies called ribosomes, which help translate genetic instructions in RNA into proteins, the building blocks of our bodies.
Just as with computer bits, ribosomes read genetic sequences. Based on their content, ribosomes create sequences of amino acids, which chain together and form proteins.
All this works very well. You are still alive and reading this Substack post, as billions of your cells are busy synthesizing protein. Your organism is humming along just fine, digesting food, using oxygen, thinking, etc - using biological pathways perfected by billions of years of evolution.
Until you get injected with mRNA vaccines, that is.
It turns out that mRNA COVID vaccine technology, using pseudouridine instead of uridine, creates potential for “frameshifting,” which is the same thing as bit skipping in computers. Frameshifting means that the cellular machinery erroneously skips one genetic “bit,” causing all subsequently read data to become garbled.
Indeed, scientists found such garbled reads in mice vaccinated with Pfizer COVID vaccine BNT162b2:
We found that responses to +1 frameshifted spike peptides were significantly increased in vaccinated mice compared to untreated mice or those vaccinated with ChAdOx nCoV-19, which does not produce antigen from translation of N1-methylpseudouridylated mRNA22 (Fig. 2b). Both BNT162b2 and ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccination produced ELISpot responses to in-frame SARS-CoV-2 spike (Fig. 2c). These data suggest that +1 frameshifted products encoded in BNT162b2 spike mRNA are T cell antigens for inbred mice, to which off-target immunity can be detected following vaccination.
I feel very sorry for those inbred mice who developed immunity to unnecessary, garbage proteins created due to mRNA vaccine-caused frameshifting. What did these junk proteins do to the innocent rodents? Is the immunity, acquired essentially to random genetic sentences, going to impact the bodily functions of these mice, such as fertility? We have no idea, and neither do Mulroney and his co-authors.
This illustration shows experimental proof that such garbled reads occur routinely upon administration of pseudouridine-modified mRNA. Authors refer to them as “+1FS spike”:
mRNA gene transfection technologies are not new. For example, in 1989, in a study by RW Malone et al., scientists “developed an efficient and reproducible method for RNA transfection.” However, mRNA transfections were plagued by our bodies' rejection of such foreign genetic codes for decades.
Safety problems, including dead and infertile animals, plagued mRNA technology trials. As a result, by 2017, as the Statnews article above points out, no successful products had materialized.
Substituting uridine with pseudouridine revolutionized mRNA technology because these artificially modified molecules finally bypassed our immune system checks and allowed for unusual mega-expression of their genetic code. Such prolonged genetic expression can last for half a year!
However, the new experimental mRNA technology gave us many surprises — after billions of people were force-vaccinated by injections falsely described as well-tested, safe, and effective.
We are discussing one such surprise - the lost “bits” of genetic translation leading to garbage proteins produced by vaccinated bodies at random.
Scientists found that 25-30% of vaccinated people experience unintended immune response, as the Telegraph explains:
One of the coauthors of the study, which suggested a safer alternative to pseudouridine, explains:
“This technology is amazing and it’s going to be revolutionary as a new medicine platform for all sorts of things, but we’ve just made it a whole lot safer going forward,” Professor Anne Willis, co-senior study author and director of the MRC Toxicology Unit told reporters.
If Prof. Willis made mRNA technology “a whole lot safer,” does it mean the current vaccine is unsafe? Professor Anne Willis would not make such a connection, of course. After all, she probably hopes to benefit from her “safer” invention and cannot badmouth the broad technology on which she is staking her future.
What consequences can occur due to garbled reads of COVID-19 genetic codes and the expression of junk frameshifted proteins? Nobody knows!
The Nobel Prize was Given for…Pseudouridine!
The Telegraph helpfully reminds us that the 2023 Nobel Prize was given for the invention to use pseudouridine instead of uridine:
But in 2023, the Nobel Prize for Medicine went to the pair of scientists who had spent years working to fix the problem. It was done by taking one of the RNA bases, uridine, and swapping in a very similar synthetic alternative.
May I remind you of another 1949 Nobel Prize given to the inventor of lobotomy Egas Moniz?
The inventors of pseudouridine are definitely in good company!
What do you think?