Peer-Reviewed Article in Nature: “Nail in the Coffin” for mRNA-Covid Vaccine and This Year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

DEBATES ON COVID - VACCINES, 11 Dec 2023

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9 Dec 2023 – On 6 December, 20 scientists published a sensational and conclusive article in Nature*, one of the world’s most prestigious scientific journals, on the reliability of the mRNA covid vaccine. Pfizer’s vaccine has been analysed, and in 25-30% of the billions of cells that should become spike protein factories in a vaccinated person, incorrect and unnatural proteins are instead produced, i.e. not the spike protein of the COVID-19 virus SARS-COV-2. Every day, the body’s cells produce a total of billions of these defective and artificial proteins. This goes on for at least several months. We have no idea of the short- and long-term effects of billions of defective and foreign proteins, the building blocks of the body, circulating throughout the body. Not a single person knows the consequences.

Now the COVID-19 vaccine must be immediately banned and this year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine withdrawn. There must be a thorough and independent investigation into how it could happen that every human being on earth became a test animal in the world’s largest medical experiment, the results of which are absolutely devastating. The investigation should be led by the most informed critics of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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The Article in Nature:

N1-methylpseudouridylation of mRNA causes +1 ribosomal frameshifting

by Thomas E. Mulroney, Tuija Pöyry, Juan Carlos Yam-Puc, Maria Rust, Robert F. Harvey, Lajos Kalmar, Emily Horner, Lucy Booth, Alexander P. Ferreira, Mark Stoneley, Ritwick Sawarkar, Alexander J. Mentzer, Kathryn S. Lilley, C. Mark Smales, Tobias von der Haar, Lance Turtle, Susanna Dunachie, Paul Klenerman, James E. D. Thaventhiran & Anne E. Willis, Nature (2023)

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