More obfuscations from clueless people and deliberate obfuscators. Jessica Rose claims “spike” and “vector” DNA found in vaccine vials as contamination. This is a coverup job by the government. Look at the linked presentation: https://cogforlife.org/FDApowerpointDNA.pdf
Latypova and Rose are half-truthers. What they really may be covering (not that they know this) is ssDNA, which is the kind of DNA used in nanotech predominantly. Campra claimed to later find DNA crystals but this is not verified. This “cellular DNA” reference muddies the waters with more spike / PCR nonsense and is not what would be used in a nanotech application.
Also notice this experiment ran sequences on PCR but no quantitation of nucleic acid material. Running PCR sequences isn’t science!
I’d digress from half truthers,,, same goes for CHD,,, I do not know when they’re going to take of their fake muzzles… what follows below is one such example of this deliberate nonsense being perpetrated globally…
DNA contamination has recently been documented in mono and bivalent mRNA vaccines. This study was limited in the number of vials surveyed. We surveyed 8 vials from the same lot of Pfizer monovalent mRNA vaccines (lot # FL8095) using qPCR and RT-qPCR. These vials were unopened but dated 9/21 on the label and 3/4/22 (hand writing). 2ul from each vial were analyzed.
2ul from each vial was added to 100ul of Leaf Lysis Solution and boiled as previously described. 1ul of each boiled sample was used in qPCR and RT-qPCR as described previously.
8/8 monovalent vaccines sourced from a single case from a single lot of Pfizer monovalent vaccines all fail the EMA specification of 3030:1 RNA:DNA (330ng/mg DNA/RNA). They are over the limit by an order of magnitude (18-70 fold). The DNA contamination is very consistent and the vial to vial ratio of RNA:DNA is very consistent within the same lot of monovalent vaccines. Further sequencing is underway to evaluate the 72bp heteroplasmic indel in the SV40 promoter of the vector. This was detected in the Pfizer bivalent vaccines.
Acknowledgements. We’d like to thank David Wiseman, Michael Palmer,
Lynn Fynn, The PANDA audience and Keith Robison for suggested improvements and critiques of the work.