originally posted by: Salander
a reply to: chr0naut
You are wrong again sir. The spike protein is dangerous. Since the clot shots have been released, scientists have injected animals with a purified
form. It caused harm and death.
Harm and death also happens in humans.
The spike protein is the active ingredient in the bioweapon injection.
The posted article misquotes and misinterprets several scientific papers. It also suggests that some of those papers required special permission to
access, however they are in the public domain and publicly viewable.
An example of the deliberate misinformation, and the basis for the article itself, is that the article assumes that the spike protein is in the
vaccines and migrates around the body from the injection. The vaccines do not contain the spike protein, they contain an mRNA sequence.
The studies referenced have shown that vaccine lipids, used to encapsulate and protect the mRNA sequence in the vaccine, do
migrate around the
body and have been shown to accumulate in organs that accumulate fats, and sometimes remain there for the couple of weeks covered by the study
duration, but they don't contain the spike protein, they contain the mRNA sequence, at least until it breaks down.
The vaccines contain an mRNA sequence which, when it penetrates a cell, that cell's ribosomes make the spike protein, and this is entirely
encapsulated within the cell. The spike protein itself is not flowing though anyone's bloodstream where it might have done damage if it were dangerous
as the article falsely suggests.
The spike protein, once it is created in the ribosome within the cell, migrates out to the surface of the cell, where it binds to ACE2 on the cell
wall. It is stuck there, on the outside of the cell, presenting itself to the immune system, but not able to escape into the bloodstream or lymph.
Since it isn't an infective agent in itself, it does not get into other cells.
So, as you see, the article is entirely wrong, and has no scientific merit at all, and this is fairly typical for the type of article on the site.
The posted website "principia-scientific.com", has mostly articles that are anti-vax, or that suggest 5G communications are killing people, or that a
pedophile Satanist elite are controlling everything (how is that science?), or that are climate science denialist articles or book promotion.
The site includes this disclaimer: "Principia Scientific International CIC publishes medical material on our website for educational purposes only.
The contents should not be considered to be medical advice. All articles on the site represent the opinion(s) of the contributor(s) and do not
necessarily reflect the views of the association"
. So as far as their principles go, they aren't going to stick to them, and they tell you so in
The site also claims to be representative of a charitable not for profit company, yet it is an Amazon Associate, and posts advertisements? This may be
because the website was initially created to advertise its series of climate change denial books for sale on Amazon, as is noted in its 'about'
Most of the 'articles' on the sites are cherry-picked reposts of articles available elsewhere. It does not seem to have its own journalistic or
editorial staff, evidenced by the bylines on its articles.
edit on 6/11/2021 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)