Questions continue over vaccine safety

Press Release – by Guy Hatchard

Open questions of vaccine safety currently under investigation by science are being ignored in the relentless push for vaccine mandates and child vaccination programmes.

Underlying the current paradigm of biologics and genetic engineering is a Lego brick understanding of genetic function. Hence the term ‘the building blocks of life’. With Lego bricks you can alter any part with impunity, or safely add on sub assemblies to the whole. The implication is that you can play around with the genetic structure of life with impunity much like a child does with Lego. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Perfectly stable DNA function is critical to life. In turn, cell function integrity is critical to maintaining DNA. In addition to polluting environmental agents, DNA is subject to oxidative damage from byproducts of metabolism, such as free radicals. It has been estimated that DNA repair mechanisms in a typical individual cell have to spring into action 70,000 times per day to protect the integrity of DNA and genetic function.

From this perspective, the study just published in Viruses 2021, 13,2056, , is very significant. Mechanistically, it found that the covid spike protein localizes in the nucleus and inhibits DNA damage repair in vitro by impeding key DNA repair protein BRCA1 and 53BP1 recruitment to the damage site. The findings reveal a potential molecular mechanism by which the covid spike protein might impede adaptive immunity and underscore the potential side effects of full-length spike-based vaccines. 

Despite a degree of cellular autonomy, the nervous system and the physiology must and does function as a whole. The entire nervous system including the immune system is a ‘part and whole’ network. The whole is in every part, the DNA is in every cell, but cell function is also related to a generalised and interconnected genetic network or field of intelligence—the holistic functioning of the physiological network is critical to its efficiency.

Thus for example neurons in the spinal column are sufficiently connected to the whole to be able to make emergency intelligent responses to stimuli before brain neurons would even have time to send instructions. The holistic functioning of the physiology is abstract and points to underlying physical laws at work keeping the system working coherently. This connects with our continuous sense of Self, our knowledge that we are a whole person.

My early academic education was in theoretical physics. Simultaneously I also became interested in consciousness and meditation, and completed research on field effects of consciousness. From a physical perspective, the nervous system has field properties that are reminiscent of super coherent states.

Super fluid liquids and superconductors involve macroscopic quantum states, whereby the almost magical frictionless, free flowing, eternal properties of single atoms are shared and appear at everyday visible time and distance scales. There is a debate here: Is consciousness an emergent property of physiology or is the physiology an emergent property of consciousness?

Whichever you believe, it is certainly true that our consciousness, our Self is able to express itself because of the perfection and coordination across the whole physiology mediated by intact DNA function. Any threat to DNA integrity is a threat to survival and life itself.

Critical to immune function are recognition strategies which identify friend or foe elements and trigger the involvement of a number of immune system strategies such as T-cells to ‘sanitise’ or neutralise threats. In particular the immune system readily identifies which elements it encounters are the friendly result of its own functioning and which are foreign.

Inserting new genetic instructions into cells raises a number of critical questions about immune function. Concerns about this are underscored by the rapid growth of autoimmune diseases in recent years thought to be increasing by up to 9% per year.

Does the immune system over time begin to identify new elements created within cells, such as the spike protein generated by mRNA vaccines, as part of its own physiology and hence cease to reject them? Could this possibly lead to cancerous growth? It’s a question actively under investigation.

The recently identified impediment of DNA repair mechanisms could lead down this road. Moreover, there are a number of other concerning findings and much yet to be understood. These include persistence of the spike protein in the blood over months in exosomes (fat globules emitted by cells) and a suspicion that human antibodies under certain circumstances may aid the damaging activity of the spike protein. These continuing studies underline the fact that the full scale of outcomes and adverse effects of covid-19 vaccines remain at this time unknown and under investigation

A number of reports document sudden impairment of physiological functions following vaccination including immune thrombotic thrombocytopaenia, myocarditis, menstrual irregularities, and general collapse of nervous system stability. Does the reprogramming of cells by mRNA and DNA vaccines weaken the interconnectedness within the part and whole network of the physiology?

We could call this ‘damage to the whole machine through use of faulty spare parts’. It is a principle in physics that introduced disturbances or impurities in networks such as crystalline states and super fluid states persist over time. (We already know that the effect of physical injuries persist through generations due to epigenetic factors.)

Networks have peculiar properties, if a number of people in a social network have even mild preferences for particular associations (for example a preference to have at least one similar race neighbour in mixed neighbourhood) then there is a strong tendency towards polarisation even over short time frames.

Could forced changes in cellular mRNA function cause misalignment in immune system network function? In other words, we know mRNA vaccines have initial adverse impacts in some people, but do they also eventually reduce immunity in many, as some data is implying? 

There are many serious open questions under investigation like those above at this point in time. The introduction of vaccine mandates and programmes for vaccination of children run roughshod over scientific caution. Their relentless pursuit by governments and regulators is reckless and criminal in character.

Guy Hatchard PhD is a statistician and formerly a senior strategic manager at Genetic ID