A reader asked for a basic explanation. I understand many of you might already know this, parts of it or a lot more & accurate information, but nevertheless:
▶ Viruses or bacteria, neutralized or dead, are injected to trigger the immune system enough to develop immunity but not enough live or active microbes are delivered to cause disease. Viruses are not alive, but bacteria are indeed living organisms.
Think of a virus as a computer memory chip, such as an SD card. It contains no initial data of its own. It does nothing until inserted into a working computer, then it functions.
▶ Some microbes are frozen or exposed to ultraviolet light, and/or come included with other substances which function as inhibitors. The yellow fever virus is an example of a vaccine with active intruders but other substances to vastly slow replication, so the immune system can identify and design a successful counterattack before symptoms and contagiousness develop. Influenza vaccines contain neutralized viruses.
▶ The immune system remembers intruder viruses or bacteria. It re-generates required cells which best attack the invaders.
Until now, this is what vaccines have been.
▶ The current vaccine is NOT of this type; it is a genetic modifier which re-programs the immune system DNA. It encloses RNA (RiboNucleic Acid) inside a lipid (fat molecules).
▶ RNA is similar to DNA (Deoxy-riboNucleic Acid) but RNA is single-stranded. DNA has a twisted, helix like double strand. RNA is but a messenger. The challenge is, despite many years of development, that mRNA (messenger RiboNucleic Acid) has not been administered to so many humans.
The side effects started immediately; blood clots, menstrual cycle anomalies, heart problems and dead people. The big question is, how many of each, how long before the effects showed up and what nobody knows yet: how long will "long term" become, and what ELSE will develop?
I want the Committee to lay all this out like unrolling a packet of tools, but I get silence. Just like I received no advance warning about Afghanistan or what would and has now developed over the past two weeks. Asking about the country now, The Committee says only "worsening and soon, before things get better".