Today, whilst waiting for the markets to recover from their hissy fit over the last few days, Dr. David Wiseman introduced me to the non-natural nucleotides in vaccines.
His is a 14 minute video in which he makes various good points, in my opinion, about the vaccines, but what caught my attention, and the subject of today’s post, starts about 11 and a half minutes in.
So I dug out the paper Dr Wiseman refers to by Ugur Sahin and others published in 2014.
Now, your mitochondria, are like little lithium (not obviously made of lithium) cellular batteries and they produce energy through a process called the krebs citric acid cycle, which I had to learn at University.
They are quite interesting to me because all living things need them and evolutionary biologists think that they were originally little energy producing bacteria “consumed by larger cells” that developed a symbiotic relationship within the larger cells in which they lived.
So, I really need mine for mountain biking and paragliding.
But back to the point!
From the paper, at page 17 (or 775!), is the section “Risks associated with non-natural nucleotides“.
This is long and complicated but these extracts will give you the gist of it …
“potential risks associated with these are still unknown”
“This caveat is supported by observations from unnatural nucleoside analogues used as antiviral and anticancer drugs that interfere with viral and tumour cell replication. Many of these nucleoside analogues demonstrated unexpected mitochondrial toxicities that are associated with functions of nucleoside transporters”
“including fatal complications due to mitochondrial dysfunction”
All this “taking an experimental vaccine (EV) to protect others” is bullshit!
I might take an EV if I had cancer, but I’ve recovered from C19 duh!
Nor does this paper convince me.
Well intentioned people make honest mistakes; they don’t need to be evil.