https://pme.uchicago.edu/news/inverse-vaccine-shows-potential-treat-multiple-sclerosis-and-other-autoimmune-diseases>They tell the Liver to tell the Immune System to ignore certain markers.>Possibly the End of Autoimmune diseases, organ rejection ect.>The live trials on people are extremely promising and a complete reversal of the fatty bit of the nerve cell just happens after the Liver is updated.<Bad News: They can tell have the body ignore certain markers.The nefarious consequences are many and horrific.
So some blind people might be able see and some of the paralyzed able to move.
Those who lost bits of themselves may be able to fully heal.
So only down side is people who would want to make an illness (any one of them) last practically forever.
And other unknown strange side effects.
No need to worry, the elites will make use of this, but so can the average man. In fact, this is an interesting way of improving white people by eliminating disabilities and such. Thus, as it is the case with any new technology, this is ultimately a positive development for white well-being.
>>366893>Bad News: They can tell have the body ignore certain markers.
This could obviously be used to make people more susceptible to certain diseases, but to what end? Biological warfare could be a thing, but idk what use this particular drug would have on it in a practical sense.
I'm somewhat interested in its application towards autoimmune disorders though. I know some people who're all but crippled by them, so this could be helpful. Idk what the side-effect would be though, and it's basically just speculative medicine at this stage.
If the word vaccine is used, then implies viruses are present.
Given that already virology has been exposed as a quack activity, this news is propaganda to entice the normies to be injected with more unknown substances.
You forgot your /s at the end there.
>>366906>implies viruses are present
No it doesn't. Read the article. It has nothing to do with viruses.
Then the title is misleading (deceptive advertising) and meant to promote injections.
It only references vaccines based on the design philosophy of vaccines, as it's basically a polar opposite. Immuno training vesus immuno blocking.
The technology would hypothetically go on to be used in the development of prosthetics, allergy treatments and auto-immune suppression, if it goes anywhere (which is a big if). People without debilitating chronic diseases or grafted tissues wouldn't have any reasons to take the injections anyway.
It doesn't look like an advertisement to me. There aren't even any products on the market yet.
Congratulations, you managed to lower discussion quality down to nigger levels once again.
>>366906>I'm going to shit on this thing because it has word I don't like.>>366910>Reading?>Why would I read the second post or article when I can post my five star post.>I could have made an observation that they use that sugar to sugar coat poison>I could have made the analogy that force fed infants of sugar brings them into a daze just like what the immune system is doing.>I could have made the point that if they dust large areas or foods with sweeteners it'll kill people, but different this time.
You're right I should have retitled from Inverse Vaccine toSugar's Trojan Horse
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So whats sort of scary is something to keep in mind, is that it's an organic sugar which means they can produce a fuck ton of it by reprogramming yeast or bacteria.
In an faulty environment that means all sorts of fucked up stuff can get bound by accident.
On the other end just about anyone can make it. So no allergies.
On the other other hand just about anyone can make it.
>>366916>>366917>utter ignorance mixed with top arrogance
To be gentle, I would say you are not well informed.
Better go and do what you do best.
>>366916>which means they can produce a fuck ton of it by reprogramming yeast or bacteria.>In an faulty environment that means all sorts of fucked up stuff can get bound by accident.
I won't believe anything till everything they claim can be replicated in a third party laboratory. So many lies had came from these pseudo scientists that hardly anything good is expected from them. After all, they are just employees rendering what was expected from them.
If virology is a pseudoscience then why does technology based on virology like gene therapy and the small pox vaccine work?
You could at least try to refute their arguments.
They haven't even produced it in any laboratories at all yet. What's this about third parties? You didn't read the fucking article, and yet you continue to shit up the thread with your asinine opinions.
OP was referring to the ethical implications of a technology that has potential to be very, very dangerous if misused; the kind that could be used for biological warfare or systemically crippling people's immune systems to make them dependent on drugs; but go ahead and keep ignoring it.
You are dealing with the "germ theory isn't real" anon. Don't expect rational debate. This nigga thinks that viruses and germ theory are all a giant conspiracy to push vaccines and enslave mankind. I'm not joking.
Even if germ theory weren't real, his comments wouldn't make any sense in this context. He's talking out his ass.
That ironic, because if you wanted to use gene-therapy or nanobots to control humanity, immuno blockers like this would be a necessary step to that.
That's just how it is. You could put a giant disclaimer catering to every one of his beliefs. He would still shit on the thread because it's not a voxday or zerohedge article.
>>366939>This nigga thinks that viruses and germ theory are all a giant conspiracy to push vaccines and enslave mankind.
Glad you brought it up anon, it will save many misunderstandings.
My worst fear is that biotechnology is going to be used to replace jobs. WEF cock smokers are already worrying about what to do with all the "useless people," transhumanism is increasingly popular among our elites, and biotechnology is growing exponentially. My fear is that the solution to all the "useless people" will be to use them as test subjects for new technologies. We already saw what people were willing to inject themselves with for a doughnut with the covid vaccines. What do you think people would be willing do for groceries and rent?
The technologies based on virology work. Governments all over the world study and stockpile viruses for "defense" purposes. Scientists routinely use germs in their expirements. Sorry anon your conspiracy is retarded. You ought to be more worried about biotechnology is truly capable of. The elites will soon have the power re-engineering human nature, and that should be terrifying.
power to re-engineer human nature*
>>366945>Sorry anon your conspiracy is retarded.
Actually is (((their))) conspiracy.
There are many scientists calling virology out and no establishment scientist puppet dares to rebut them, leave alone to debate them. That speaks volumes by itself.
Also it is curious, there are 14 corona-chan threads with more than 9,000 posts constituting a trove of invaluable knowledge on the viruses' fraud, and you still chose to ignore them, plus this site's administration decision to shut down the threads.... Very peculiar shenanigans are happening around if you ask.>>366936>You could at least try to refute their arguments.
I better allow the people with real knowledge to spill the beans then:>INTERVIEW Andrew Kaufman, MD - Real Virus or Computer Model? >Dr. Andrew Kaufman appeared on The David Knight Show to discuss the endless loop of circular reasoning behind most “scientific” protocols today. How do scientists actually discover “viruses?” What does the PCR method actually do if it cannot be used to detect a pathogen? Why do vaccines have so many detrimental effects and how does the pharmaceutical industry continuously get away with it? Is the Wuhan lab story meant to serve as a distraction from the scale of fraud that we’re actually facing? Watch this insightful interview until the very end to find to answers!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upi-12p-gp4
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>>366944>people were willing to inject themselves with for a doughnut with the covid vaccines. What do you think people would be willing do for groceries and rent?
It wouldn't just target the jabbed. Immo-blockers open up a whole new world for targeted gene-therapy. They could simply lace all groceries and water tables with Geno-active substances. Sure, some people would evade it, but in a couple generations that wouldn't matter because those people will either fail to to find untainted mates in numbers necessary to form any significant resistance, or their offspring will inherit the geno-toxin one way or another.
Worst case scenario is engineering humans to be jab-dependent, with immune systems so buttfucked by blockers that they'd get supercancer if they don't receive monthly injections. Why they would do that is a question (aside from killing off genetic experiments in case they escape), but it's on the table.
>>366947>no establishment scientist puppet dares to rebut them, leave alone to debate them. That speaks volumes by itself.
You've already made a logical fallacy.
Rebuttal refers to a fact, debate refers to an attempt. Are you sure you have been taught syntactic analysis?
>>366947>14 corona-chan threads with more than 9,000 posts
A whole bunch of those posts were related to gene-therapy, so why are you derailing a thread related to immuno-blockers, since those are necessary for mass-scale gene therapy? Why are you going shit in a thread about technology that affirms takes that you yourself posted?
Have you still not read the article?
I am, actually. I took a course on it.
You just implied that lack of debates (with zero research into the multiple public debates that have occurred on this subject) implies that the position is correct by that it "speaks volumes". That's not logically coherent. Just because someone isn't given attention doesn't mean that they're right.
>>366952>I took a course on it.
I see, a course.
Around my town that was taught beginning with children age 13 and ending at 15. Regular curricula.
Said the nigger to the kettle.
>>366948>Worst case scenario is engineering humans to be jab-dependent, with immune systems so buttfucked by blockers that they'd get supercancer if they don't receive monthly injections. Why they would do that is a question (aside from killing off genetic experiments in case they escape), but it's on the table.
Worst case scenario is that the elites re-engineer the rest of humanity into a slave race. Immunotechnology is not the only area that is exploding right now. Gene therapy, novel brain stimulation techniques (rTMS/tFUS), psychobiotics, and next generation psychiatric drugs are all making leaps and bounds. This shit is incredibly dangerous, it is growing incredibly fast, and virtually no one is talking about it.
I've heard people talking about it, but they're more concerned with the ethics of experimenting on human DNA at all than they are about the power potentially wield by those who inevitably possess this technology.
It's possible that I'm the future industry standards might change so that genetic/cybernetic augmentation is necessary to hold any kind of job, including the most basic jobs moving boxes. Working class people could have to put themselves into debt to buy the necessary augmentations to get jobs, while industry uses planned obsolescence to keep them buying upgrades.
Immuno-blockers are necessary for such augmentations, but horror-stories aside, I think they could have several life-changing medical applications.
All of this technology has great potential in medicine, but this tech is in the hands of our elite.
That goes for all tech, I guess. The world is going to change, and will get better in some ways, and shittier in a lot more.
It would still be a concern even if it wasn't on the elites' hands. It's easier to destroy than it is to create. Technology this advanced, is cause for concern in and of itself.
Does this mean what I think it means?
This finding would enable us to graft body parts, say a limb as Saints Cosmas and Damian have done.
It would make organ transplants much more feasible, and hypothetically make them more affordable too. The possibility to graft tissues like muscles and bones without the body rejecting them has a lot of potential too.
Prosthetics would also be impacted.
Organ transplants would definitely be safer. It's even possible to have multiple blood types.They're going to use it for tranny surgery, cutting people stealing organs. Any irritating inorganic compound can have no immune response.
They could embalm people alive without their bodies trying to fight that off.
Because they can tell the body to not worry about where the organ is from, they can use animal organs.>inb4 someone grafts multiple vaginas to the arms and legs with protruding dick spikes
Before they attach other biological stuff like stingers or wings or whatever the fuck else.
Everything is going to accelerate.
Hell, they'll attach multiple brains just to see what happens. They've done it with wires both invasive and noninvasive.
All sorts of wacky sci-fi crap can happen now.Furries
can have actual animal like features.
That can of horror opened up.
Certainly, in this society. Ready thyself for Elden Ring horrors.
Surely this finding may be used to create abominations if allowed, but likewise for good.
What are you even babbling about? It can be used for a variety of purposes. "Good" and "bab" actors are always going to be a thing no matter what.
The individual and collective can access greater power to influence civilisation and nature through the use of technology. Some may chose to believe the actions of bad actors are going to be negated by the actions of good actors. But that's not how it works, it is simply easier to destroy than it is to create.
>Promising great advances in health
Most likely bullshit science from the usual liars.
When one hears “the science is settled” it’s essentially a 100% shibboleth for “we’re lying to you now.”
What they are really saying is “your silence is settled” now sit down, shut up, and do as you are told.
>>366982>“the science is settled”
Where did that show up in the article?>do as you are told
What did they tell us to do?
The article is about speculative application of a technology that could, hypothetically, be useful in medicine in the future. There's no "settled science" here, let alone any call to action. What are you even trying to communicate? Did you even READ the goddamn article?
Nobody in this thread trusts the pharmaceutical industry. Half the posters in this thread are talking about the horrible ways it could be used in the wrong hands. Nobody "trusts the science", because the science isn't even developed yet.
In all the 10 posts you've made in this thread, you have not shared even a single opinion on the potential political implications of the development of immuno-blockers should they be developed: not a single one of your posts has been on-topic. All you've done is derail on your tangent about the credibility of virology (which isn't the basis of the conversation; this is about immuno-blockers, not viruses), and spout your opinions about "establishment science" (which is, again, not relevant, because this is speculative/emerging science that isn't backed by the establishment). If you have no interest in participating in the conversation at hand, then kindly fuck off.
>>366999>Did you even READ the goddamn article?
In my experience, people who make statements like >>366982
generally don't read articles, or read much of anything. Their view of history, current events and the world at large is informed entirely by memes and imageboard shitposts, and they are only capable of communicating with others in kind. As such, they tend to prefer slogans and broad emotional statements over serious arguments, and expecting any level of critical thinking from them is usually a non-starter.
More like Facebook algorithms.