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"Since no nucleocapsid protein could be detected, the presence of spike protein must be ascribed to vaccination rather than to viral infection." Isn’t there’s third possibility? Transmission of the spike from a vaccinated person to an unvaccinated person who never had covid?

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I don't know, I've not seen any data other than breastfeeding. Do you have any citations?

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Apparently Pfizer suspected the possibility. The original study guidelines were fairly specific on reporting anomalies observed if a vaxxed male participant had intercourse with an unvaxxed woman, same situation if the woman conceived, vaxxed female participant with an unvaxxed male, etc. I think this was in Section 5 of the guidelines. I have no citations, just a consideration.

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I wonder if mycyclestory has any research on this. They should have info on spike in ovaries by now. They are gathering data and women can go there to report. I know two unjabbed women who had major changes to their menses after their husband took the jab. If shedding effects can get to ovaries likely other organs as well.

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" I know two unjabbed women who had major changes to their menses after their husband took the jab."

Same here. Two women I know whose menses changed drastically . Husbands vaxxed. Both very concerned about other changes in their body, symptoms similar to what we read about in VAERS. Both very hesitant to consider that the toxins from the husband's jab are now in their body and causing problems.

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There is no doubt that this is possibility. When I was first approached about studying this problem, I recommended trying to detect the transmissible element (such as the mRNA from the vaccine, or vaccine LPNs), rather than epidemiology.

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In order for the spike protein to affect you, it must get in your blood. Bodily fluids from the vaxxed transferring to the blood of the unvaxxed is therefore a possibility through certain sexual activities, sharing of needles, or breaks in the skin or mucosa. Inhaling the spike protein won't affect you as it will attach to ACE2 receptors, but will not be able to enter cells for replication. Swallowing the spike protein can't get into the blood for the same reason, unless there are significant breaks in the gut lining. Same for touching fluids containing the spike, unless there is a direct way into the blood through breaks in the skin.

But, I believe there is transmission of the ability to MAKE spike proteins from the vaxxed to the unvaxxed. This is particularly dangerous because we are dealing with the spike, not the whole virus. This is possible in the J&J adenovirus vector shot. The adenovirus used as the vector is replication defective, but can be rescued by the presence of the wild type adenovirus. This would make the vector containing the message to make the spike now able to be replicated and spread to others. There was a warning about this from Cornell University in 2016: adenoviral vectors should never be used when the real adenovirus is present, and this should be tested for. https://ehs.weill.cornell.edu/sites/default/files/adenovirus.pdf

Transmission of the ability to make the spike can also happen with the mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna shots. Cells of the body that are making the spike protein from the mRNA in the shot can have a recombinogenic event with another virus that may be affecting the cell at the same time. This could result in a transmissible virus that has the ability to make the spike protein in a susceptible person who has not been jabbed.

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Don’t remember name, D Cell?, test by a company around Utah can detect Spike One from vaccines vs other sources. Anyone?

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That is a great way to distinguish between infection and vaccination effects. 👍🏽

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Wow, how horrible.

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