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    Many "long haul" problems have occured, but not the ones you list.

    Google is yr friend

    1. https://casereports.bmj.com/content/14/1/e240095 myocarditis plus palsy

    ". One week after discharge he re-presented with unilateral facial nerve palsy."

    The patient recovered.

    2. https://www.cureus.com/article…ion-of-covid-19-infection

    "Facial nerve palsy can be seen any time during the course of COVID-19 infection and can sometimes present as late as one month after diagnosis. So far, we believe its association with COVID-19 is more than just a mere coincidence but one of the emerging manifestations of this novel virus. Clinicians should consider this as a potential neurologic complication when managing patients with COVID-19 infection and start treatment early when present, as they would in other causes of Bell's palsy."

    The patient recovered.

    However vaccines (from WHO pharmacovigilance data) appear to show no extra risk of palsy..as of March 2021

    https://jamanetwork.com/journa…icine/fullarticle/2779389

    what else could cause electricity generation other than corrosion potential?

    1. perhaps the adsorbed hydrogen molecules? for Palladium hydride the

    adsorption energy is about -36 KJ/mol or about 0.37eV..

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…hydrogen-palladium_system

    ..but deabsorption is endothermic..???

    however adsorption is complicated... it may not be just one step..

    "

    "the appearance of four resonant states located at 0.32, 0.55, 0.70 and 0.88 eV below the Ev"

    https://arxiv.org/pdf/0806.2766.pdf


    2. the Volta potential//work function can be affected by adsorbed species

    "Adhering species on the surface of metals can alter the electronic structure and, hence, the nobility of a metal surface. "

    https://www.tandfonline.com/do…080/1478422X.2019.1583436

    and by stress/strain Nazarov 2006.

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…metal-surface-defects.pdf

    plain GOOD and EVIL

    Dr Richard omitted to mention our salvation by the BigPharma angels..led by Archangel Anthony...

    3.2 billion good $ for antivirals..

    "

    tm 01:25
    other words is going to accelerate the clinical testing of promising

    antiviralmedicines that are already in various stages of development including clinical trials

    things like

    the PFIZER protease inhibitor

    the ROCHE RNA polymerase inhibitor

    the MERCK mutagenic nucleoside molnupiravir ( misprounounced as malnupiravir ?( )

    and others that are in the pipeline .....


    Iver... Iver .. Iver-mec-tin .. so hard to pronounce for angels.. is it Satanic?

    For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood,...Ephesians 6.12

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    It would suffice a dead solenoid ...

    The biosafety at Wuhan may have been compromised by nepotism..according to WeChat

    a marriage made in virology..perhaps ..

    Chinese academia may be less merit based than Western academia..


    but Wang Yanyi was only the boss of WIV since 2018..

    but a member of ZhiGong since 2010

    gathering non-party voices to support the party


    possibly there was no rigorous analysis of hazards implemented ever..

    in the Wuhan bat party

    https://www.sixthtone.com/news…e-seeks-patent-on-us-drug


    @Several articles widely circulated on social app WeChat have accused Wang Yanyi, the institute’s director-general, of having a weak academic background and ascending to her post through nepotism at a relatively young age. Some suspect Wang was only picked to lead the institute because of her husband, who is an academician with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the virology institute’s former director.


    A photo of Wang Yanyi, director-general of the Wuhan Institute of Virology. From @中华诗文学习 on Weibo

    The coronavirus sweeping the globe bears a “signature” that’s never been seen in this virus class before and came “completely pre-adapted to humans,” according to Atossa Therapeutics CEO Dr Steven Quay.

    Bayesian analysis S Quay January 2021

    "

    The outcome of this report is the conclusion that the probability of a laboratory origin for CoV-2 is 99.8% with a corresponding probability of a zoonotic origin of 0.2%
    . This exceeds most academic law school discussions of how to quantify ‘beyond a reasonable doubt
    ,’ the threshold for finding guilt in a criminal case.


    https://zenodo.org/record/4642…CoV-2%20FINAL%20v%203.pdf

    The coronavirus sweeping the globe bears a “signature” that’s never been seen in this virus class before and came “completely pre-adapted to humans,” according to Atossa Therapeutics CEO Dr Steven Quay.


    “There is a signature in the virus that’s not present in any other virus that SARS-COV-2 could have come from in terms of recombination,”
    “So it’s something that’s never been seen in this virus class before.”


    Dr Quay said the other compelling aspect was that it was “pre-adapted to humans”.

    “SARS one and MERS both practiced going into humans without sustaining human-to-human transfer,” he said.

    “This is the first virus from nature that has strong human-to-human transfer right from the beginning.

    Dr Quay also said the Wuhan Institute of Virology in 2019 took the “largest collection” of natural coronavirus offline.

    “In September, in the middle of the night, they took a database of 16,000 coronaviruses that they found in nature offline and made it unavailable to the healthcare people of the world at the beginning of a pandemic,”

    https://zenodo.org/record/4477081#.YMmARvIvPrc

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…20file%20PDF,-Read%20file



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    "Daszak lied many times

    "Despite claims to the contrary (Daszak, 2020),

    live bats were kept at the Wuhan

    Institute of Virology for experimentation,"


    bats in captivity, as illustrated in Figure 22 below

    (Google Patents, 2018, Anon, 2020d)

    https://www.researchgate.net/p…AT_RESEARCH_AND_BIOSAFETY

    maybe the cruise ship people can get some tips :)


    Bryant. Oh dear. This is the grand FLCCC promoted ivermectin report

    The conclusion will remain the same.. the ivermectin data will probably be stronger

    there has been a lot of ivermectin results since then.til 16th of June

    Theresa Lawrie's last RG print version was in January..five months ago

    ...journal finding .....peer review.. takes a while..

    especially when Bigpharma doesn't like the topic..

    perhaps the peer review process for for Merck's ersatz Ivermectin =Molnupiravir

    will be "faciltated.."

    https://www.medrxiv.org/conten…021.05.03.21256309v1.full

    http://fulwoodgreen.co.uk/wp-c…cific-PIS-v4-19-Ju.._.pdf

    the migration of the spike protein throughout(systemically) the body is a concern...

    No worries..


    the vaccine spike protein does not migrate....

    ". The Spike protein produced by vaccination is not released in a way that it gets to encounter the ACE2 proteins on the surface of other human cells at all: it’s sitting on the surface of muscle and lymphatic cells up in your shoulder, not wandering through your lungs causing trouble."


    I guess that's what the vaccine makers assume..at any rate. and so does Derek Lowe who swallows Bigpharma's assumptions holus bolus

    https://blogs.sciencemag.org/p…04/spike-protein-behavior

    Theresa Lawrie/Andrew Bryant metanalysis of ivermectin data..

    peer review has finshed

    published tomorrow or soon after

    "

    Given the evidence of efficacy, safety, low cost and current death rates,

    ivermectin may potentially have an impact on health and economic outcomes of the
    pandemic across many countries.

    Ivermectin is not a new and experimental drug with safety concerns.

    It is a WHO ‘Essential Medicine’ used in several different indications.

    Health professionals should consider its use against Covid-19 in both treatment and prophylaxis."


    https://assets.researchsquare.…a9a-b877-6d6cc8f79d54.pdf

    Robert Malone... mRNA vaccine developer

    tm ~43 min and following


    Deficiencies in the Pfizer vaccine new drug applications...to Japan and Canada

    ... data tables ..animal model...using the wrong technique (luciferase .. not the spike protein)

    a lot of the injected material (transvection complexes)does stay at the injection site but some migrates throughout body

    with concentration in the ovaries...


    the migration of the spike protein throughout(systemically) the body is a concern...

    ...dysmenorrhea symptoms may not have been reported as vaccine related..

    Moderna also shows spike migration too...

    The spike protein is active in the body... it is not just an antigen..

    ACE2 receptor has many functions we don't fully understand...

    the spike protein-ACE2 combination may trigger an auto immune response...


    don't get invested in just one hypothesis..entertain many. hypotheses

    .and then design experiments to eliminate amap until you get down to a core..of likely hypotheses..

    tm ~1.16

    cardiomyopathy...in adolescents..FDA biostatistician confirms....Israeli..data confirms

    subjective risk-benefit ratio? smallpox v Covid... adults v adolescents



    "In conclusion, I hope that you will join me; stop to take a moment and consider for yourself what is going on. The logic seems clear to me.

    1) An unlicensed medical product deployed under emergency use authorization (EUA) remains an experimental product under clinical research development.

    2) EUA authorized by national authorities basically grants a short-term right to administer the research product to human subjects without written informed consent.

    3) The Geneva Convention, the Helsinki declaration,

    and the entire structure which supports ethical human subjects research requires that research subjects be fully informed of risks and must consent to participation without coercion. Has that bright line been crossed?

    If so, what actions are to be taken? I look forward to learning from your thoughts and conclusions."

    https://sw-ke.facebook.com/162…/videos/4394588040576070/

    The full video

    .. Kirsch

    "If everybody in the world took ivermectin for a month .. we could end the pandemic"

    I can remember writing the phrase "plasmid holocaust" in 1977 in a Tripos exam..


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    Interesting comment from a Pfizer employee


    "Worked for Pfizer for 33 years (Pathology)... Retired last year.

    No non human primate studies were done before the experimental gene therapy was approved for people.

    This is UNHEARD of in the pharma world.


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    Why not BuzzLightyear... to infinity and beyond?

    John H. Glenn Research Center at the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility,

    Forsley seems to have a focus on co-deposition after so many years of research


    For introducing deuterium(H) into lattice co-deposition is convenient because it can be achieved at room T/P

    . it looks a lot easier than the use of millibar pressures( perhaps these are to remove oxygen as well) as used by Mizuno in the R20 or high energy ion implantation


    but the fundamental nature of the fusion.. does it really produce neutrons.. is still unknown

    also the Cr-39 measurement is post hoc..long after the fusion has occurred

    perhaps a gamma spectrometer in the 0-200 keV range is more instructive.

    RNA transcription back to DNA..the reverse of the usual dogma


    appears to be a normal function in human cells..

    https://phys.org/news/2021-06-…-cells-rna-sequences.html..

    The researchers therefore noticed that some of polymerase theta's "bad" qualities were ones it shared with another cellular machine, albeit one more common in viruses—the reverse transcriptase. Like Pol theta, HIV reverse transcriptase acts as a DNA polymerase, but can also bind RNA and read RNA back into a DNA strand.

    Note that the theta does not refer to a covid variant.. yet :)