Two Non-Discoverers of a Technology Mis-Used to Make the Worst ‘Vaccines’ in History
Dr. Byram W. Bridle | 2 October 2023
It has just been announced that the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been jointly awarded to Drs. Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman. The recognition was made “for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications that enabled the development of effective mRNA vaccines against COVID-19”.
This is a tragedy for at least three reasons:
- The modified RNA shots have not only proven to be ineffective, ever-accumulating data suggest they may have predisposed people who took them to getting COVID-19.
- The nucleoside modifications for which the award was given are responsible for the modified RNAs from these shots being found in the body for many weeks and even months post-injection. We were publicly guaranteed that these modified RNAs would not be found in the body beyond approximately 36-48 hours, because longer than that could be dangerous. For goodness sake, these modified RNAs are even being inadvertently transferred to breastfeeding babies via their shedding in mothers milk. So, a dangerous modification that ultimately caused all people pushing the public health narrative to be proven liars is worthy of an award?!?
- Dr. Robert Malone is demonstrably (via patents and publications) an original inventor of the foundational technology used to make the COVID-19 shots. It is strange that tweaking of the technology in a harmful way was recognized over the foundational technology itself. It seems that Dr. Malone may have been overlooked due to political reasons, which should never play a role in an award for scientific research. Dr. Malone does not consider the current modified RNA shots to be effective, nor particularly safe. So, his name would not fit well alongside an award declaration stating the COVID-19 shots are “effective”. I did note that the award selection committee dropped the term “safe” from the mantra used to describe the shots.
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