I live in MI, and now I heard on the news that Hospitals are using 'fake blood' in stead of the real donated stuff. The good thing is it has a shelf
life of about six months, there's no risk of diseased.
But they're putting it into you without you consent. That's kind of a wake-up call. Who knows what else they may have been putting in out 'Flu
Vaccines'. They may put something experimental stuff. How would we ever know? May be the doctors don't even know.
My Uncle was a research scientist on an early version of "fake blood" at the University of Alabama some 15 or 20 years ago. I know a Japenese firm
got a patent for a version back then, but not sure how many eventually came out.
The original intent was for field packs in war that didn't need refridgeration. It's not that uncommon now.
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