Fast track vaccine development

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  • Fri, Dec 04, 2020 - 03:30pm

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    aperazzo

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    Fast track vaccine development

So. How come it became all of a sudden possible to develop a vaccine against a brand new virus? That virus being a member of a family of virusses that no one had even been able to develop a vaccine against in say the past 40 years.

A virus that we don’t even fully understand the origin off and that keeps surprising us with new symptos?

Remember that possibility of it being an engineered virus? Well, keep that in mind.

When you develop a Bio-Weapon, it makes sense to also develop an antidode in parallel. After all, when openly deployed on the battlefield or secretely against a country, you want to protect your own troops and population, right?

So what about the idea that the fact that the vaccine development went so fast because it was already developed? Announcing the vaccine at the start or soon after the outbreak would have been too obvious.

The fact that it’s apparently developed through a totally new technique might also go to link it to parallel development with the virus. What better time to experiment with developing new vaccines than when you are developing a new virus/ Bio-Weapon.

  • Fri, Dec 04, 2020 - 04:12pm

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    nordicjack

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    Fast track vaccine development

Well part of the problem with development of a vaccine , is MONEY.  throw enough money at it and you will get something.   This is a money maker at the moment as well we are not even interested if it works. just if it makes money.  So that is what we have a huge biological experiment with tons of profit potential , nothing more , nothing less.

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