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Oct 30, 2023Liked by Deep Dive

Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche explains this in detail. https://www.voiceforscienceandsolidarity.org/blog/scientific-blog

However, it is difficult to understand what he is until we have seriously studied virology, chemical immunology, and molecular biology, but even a layman can easily imagine his conclusions. As the late French DR. Luc Montagnier said, it is impossible to create vaccines for RNA-viruses in modern times.


In short, the immune status created by vaccination is of course different for each individual, and it takes time for the individual's body to reach a certain level of immunity.

Furthermore, mutations in RNA-viruses are due to chance, so the number of mutations = ∑ (number of people vaccination) x ∑ (immune status that is changing due to individual vaccination (it takes days and months to stabilize)) x ∑ ( RNA-virus's random mutation), I think the number of virus's random mutation would be huge in the society.

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