Biogeochemical is geopolitical (9)

By: James V. Kohl | Published on: August 30, 2023

The FDA continues to recommend against ivermectin for treating or preventing COVID-19, despite claims to the contrary 8/15/23

“Ivermectin isn’t considered a safe or effective treatment for COVID-19”

Historical perspective: “The FDA is politically accountable, just like all other executive agencies.” 8/11/23

An effective treatment, Ivermectin, was available. The FDA illegally approved emergency use of the synthetic mRNA vaccines. The plot thickened in the week before Trump claimed that sunlight and humidity weaken coronaviruses, which is an experimentally established scientific truth.

Remember when FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn approved emergency use of synthetic mRNA vaccines before Trump reported on 4/23/20 that sunlight and humidity constrained replication of coronaviruses? Here we are, more than 3 years later with this update:

Doctors Can Prescribe Ivermectin for Covid: FDA Lawyer 8/11/23 for comparison to the claims in: “Confronting COVID-19: FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn” 4/16/20

“As the nation grapples with the unprecedented coronavirus crisis, access to reliable data about the spread of the virus and its impact on the economy is vital.”

The data-driven approach failed miserably because the spread of viruses is caused by their ability to steal the energy that links sunlight and humidity to viral latency across kingdoms via RNA interference (RNAi).

See: Stable association of RNAi machinery is conserved between the cytoplasm and nucleus of human cells 5/19/16 and Identifying Candidate Oncogenic miRNAs via Alternative Splicing 8/29/23

For a historical perspective on alternative splicings of pre-mRNAs, which are now called miRNAs, see our Hormones and Behavior review: From Fertilization to Adult Sexual Behavior (1996). The link to sexual orientation was a neo-Darwinian evolutionary theory killer. It has since been linked to the prevention of all virus-driven pathology, including pedophilia across kingdoms.

“A potential ramification of epigenetic imprinting and alternative splicing may be occurring in Xq28, a chromosomal region implicated in homosexual orientation (Brook, 1993; Hu, Pattatucci, Patterson, Li, Fulker, Cherny, Kruglyak, and Hamer, 1995; Turner, 1995). Xq28 contains one of the X chromosome’s two pseudoautosomal regions (PARs), adjoins the telomere, and has various means of gene expression control (D’Esposito, Ciccodicola, Gianfrancesco, Esposito, Flagiello, Mazzarella, Schiessinger, and D’Urso (1996). Xq28, therefore, is a chromosomal region that has many of the heterochromatic and telomeric characteristics that participate in sexual determination and behavior in other species.”

See also: Physiological and metabolic insights into the first cultured anaerobic representative of deep-sea Planctomycetes bacteria

Reported as New species of marine bacteria isolated from a deep-sea cold seep 8/29/23

“…the new species is extensively involved in nitrogen assimilation and lives with a chronic virus (bacteriophage) that facilitates nitrogen metabolism. Nitrogen cycling by bacteria is an essential process that frees up nitrogen for building into nucleic acids, amino acids and proteins—the building blocks of life.”

If you still believe that life evolved in a warm little pond after energy automagically emerged from the cosmic void billions to million of years ago, you are a fool.

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