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    • Thu, Nov 04, 2021 - 06:12pm

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      heywoodfloyd

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      Please help! Forced vaccine. How to reduce damage caused?

    This is just an idea, but has anybody researched icing the area of the injection afterwards? It would cause vascular constriction. According to a paper on PubMed, they “hypothesize that muscle proteolysis is increased and protein synthesis is decreased under such a stress condition. (cold)” Theoretically it might slow the synthesis of spike protein, but I don’t know how it would affect the degradation of the mRNA though.

    • Tue, Sep 28, 2021 - 09:00am

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      There’s something wrong

    Interesting story. I just had an interaction with some Amish people in Wisconsin last week. There is something different about them, a sort of calmness or focus of attention. I attributed it to the fact that they aren’t bombarded with media overstimulation 24/7 like the rest of us. They just seem wired differently. I’m sure it has advantages and disadvantages, but I bet they sleep more soundly if nothing else.

    • Tue, Jul 27, 2021 - 11:22am

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      mRNA spike protein factories may run longer than thought..

    So if people are still cranking out spike proteins months later, and the vaccine is failing at protecting them, why do they need a booster jab?

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