Found on Internet 30 Nov 2020

Utdrag: Denne nye COVID-19-vaksinen er ikke lik den gamle. Denne nye vaksinen inneholder "Budbringer RNA" ribo-nukleinsyre; et basenivå av deoksy-ribonukleinsyre (DNA). Den "programmerer" mennesket det injiseres i, slik at menneskets DNA utløser et svar på det som ville være COVID-19.

Problemet er at forskere ikke vet nøyaktig hva annet dette RNA kan "programmere" når det en gang er utløst inne i et menneske! Det kan begynne å omprogrammere ANDRE aspekter av det menneskelig DNA. En fryktinngytende mulighet er at når det en er innplantet, kunne disse "Budbringer RNA" - partiklene forvandle oss fra mennesker til noe annet. Det er ingen måte å bevise det på.

Verre er at det  ikke er noen måte å omgjøre hva denne Budbringer-RNA gjør. Endringene er permanente og kan ikke omgjøres. Fra et vitenskapelig synspunkt kan det være dødelige resultater fra dette Budbringer-RNA hvis det forårsaker endringer i et menneske som gjør det umulig for personen å leve. Nesten 100% av menneskene som ble enige om å godta denne vaksinen i kliniske studier, har hatt veldig sterke bivirkninger på dem. Noen har til og med dødd!  ALLE dyreforsøkene av denne vaksinen måtte stoppes fordi ALLE dyrene døde. I stedet for å ta dette som en advarsel med rødt flagg, frafalt myndighetene bare kravet om dyreforsøk og gikk rett på menneskelig testing!

Ikke bli lurt av farmasøytiske selskaper til å ta en vaksine som endrer din DNA.  Endringene det forårsaker vil være uendrelige og kan koste deg bokstavelig talt alt.


Here are other DNA possibilities to store up to 455 exabytes (1 exabyte is 1 billion gigabytes) per gram.

Theoreticly a human could via DNA be programmed for ANYTHING.

DNA, the carrier of life’s genetic information, which offers a potential storage media of unprecedented density, durability, and efficiency. An on-chip nanoscale storage system using chimeric DNA,” the team will design a method to read, write, and store data in a more cost-effective way than current DNA storage techniques.

“We’re going to take cheap, native DNA and combine it with chemically modified nucleotides,” said Olgica Milenkovic, Illinois professor of electrical and computer engineering and researcher in the Coordinated Science Lab. “It will be stored and accessed using a novel implementation of a state-of-the-art semiconductor system.”

DNA is an attractive solution because it can store up to 455 exabytes (1 exabyte is 1 billion gigabytes) in one gram, according to a 2015 report in the New Scientist. In addition, it is remarkably durable: “We are still finding bones from over 100,000 years ago from which we can extract DNA,” said Milenkovic. “We don’t know of another storage medium that has such durability.”

The goal is to create a device that mimics the capabilities of a computer’s hard drive.

Synthesis of chemically modified DNA essentially constitutes the ‘write’ step, and development of new methods for processing and de-encoding the chemical information stored in the DNA will constitute the ‘read’ step.The ‘reading’ and ‘storage’ steps could be built into an integrated device.

Milenkovic also recently received a three-year, $2.5 million grant from DARPA to combine synthetic DNA with computing.


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The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehaviour acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.

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