As the media narrative, about Covid-19 has been falling apart so miserably for the mainstream the hunger for real information has grown to a fever pitch. One of the concepts that has been getting a lot of attention is that of exosomes and how they relate to viruses.
The exosome theory goes like this: as your cells are exposed to various environmental toxins and other assaults they react by bundling up genetic material into what is basically a tiny protein ball. These are called exosomes and as they are carried out of your body they serve a few different purposes.
One thing they do is communicate to other cells information about the toxin or whatever other stressors that are causing the release of the exosomes. This helps other cells to prepare for the incoming assault. The other thing the exosomes are doing is helping the cells rebuild and repair by removing problematic genetic material – sort of a cleansing process.
That's the basic concept of exosomes but at its core, this is at the heart of even modern virology theory.
This video has a pretty creative way of explaining this in laypersons terminology so check it out. Thanks to Mikey Landings for creating this video.
And in case you haven't subscribed to Del Bigtree's The Highwire yet his recent episode was as hard-hitting as usual. This one was briefly censored based on a Copywrite violation because of some news clip that was used but they got it solved and got it reposted.
In it, he comments on two senate hearings that took place on both May 11 and May 12, 2020, and May
Among those that testified there were Rand Paul who suggests that there likely won't be a surge in sickness if we go ahead and open up the entire economy. He specifically disputes the position of Dr. Anthony Fauci but he was one of the few controversial voices among those that work for the government who testified on May 12.
On May 11, 2020, however, the story was completely different as there were a number of smart doctors who believe enough is enough and we should get on with our lives.
In this hearing you'll see Scott W. Atlas, MD (Stanford University Medical Center) who says we need to stop doubling down on hypothetical models and stop underestimating empirical data and established medical science. “Science and logic must prevail over fear and worst-case scenarios.” And “It is not logical that younger age groups must somehow be isolated or maintain a six foot spacing from each other. If the infection in low-risk groups is so prevalent, which it is, socializing represents the opportunity for developing the widespread immunity of eradicating the threat to the vulnerable.” “This total isolation policy prevents broad population immunity. We know from decades of medical science that the population develops immunity while acquiring antibodies.”
And John Ioannidis, MD professor from Stanford University says perpetuation of lockdowns may risk many lives.
Daniel L. Katz, MD Founding Director Yale University Medical Center says we need the virus to circulate among people who can safely get it and create antibodies and build immunity to it.
Another topic that was covered was Governor Andrew Cuomo back-peddling on his previous directive to force Nursing homes in New York to take Covid-19 positive patients without refusal. Two months after this directive he reversed the decision on his ridiculous law. Del and Jefferey Jaxen discuss Cuomo's waffling on this law with lack of any apology for his negligence which likely led to many deaths of the elderly.
Del Bigtree also interviews Delores Cahill, PhD about her research which is quite extensive since she has a background of decades of scientific work. This came up after he slammed Matthew McConaughey for making a really dumb video and creating a “Just Keep Livin” foundation which seems to blindly accept a gross overreach of elimination of our civil rights.
Another subject of commentary is Elon Musk's threat to move his Tesla factory out of California and relocate to Texas if they didn't allow him to reopen his factory. His threat worked because he was allowed to open the factory and didn't move to Texas.
Ventura County, California also made some ridiculous reporting which essentially stated that they would remove individuals from households that tested positive if they didn't have enough bathrooms in the home for quarantine. This had to do with “community contact tracing” and the Health Director of Ventura County CA made such vague statements about how this quarantine would work and didn't say if children would be taken away from their parents or not!
The controversy on Ventura County had to do with the fact that this Health Director didn't say anything about the quarantine being voluntary.
Here are the Senate Committee Hearings from May 11, and May 12, 2020, so you can see the contrast between the doctors who say to get on with life and the government officials who are just spreading fear over statistics and talking about vaccines, vaccines, and more vaccines:
Del covers the Pharma drive to create a mandatory adult vaccination long before the Covid-19 thing every came up which puts this whole vaccine agenda into perspective. Is there a conflict of interest with Dr. Anthony Fauci and the creation of a Coronavirus vaccine?
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