Dr. Nigh Covid-19 Research with Commentary

In the summer and fall of 2020 it was becoming apparent that mRNA vaccinations against SARS-CoV-2 were going to be implemented as a mass public health measure. I had been researching the technology behind mRNA since Spring 2020 when I first heard about it. As it became increasingly apparent that it would be used on the public after dramatically shortened safety trials, I started felt it was imperative to document several important and scientifically grounded safety concerns.

I had collaborated with Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a Senior Research Scientist at MIT, on several articles in the past. She, too, felt the urgency around this topic and we decided to write a comprehensive review of the potential risks of the mRNA vaccinations. That paper, titled "Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19," was published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research in May 2021. The article is somewhat technical in places, which is why I wanted to provide a brief summary of content here.

 

It is very unfortunate that many of the "unintended consequences" we predicted in that article have now come to pass and are extensively documented in the medical literature. I will hope that not all of the possible unintended consequences come true.

Here is a very brief summary of the major points we raised in that article:

  • The mRNA vaccines were brough to market in 8 months. Typical concept-to-market vaccines take about 12 years.

  • These vaccines use cationic (i.e. positively charged) lipid (fat) nanoparticles to deliver the mRNA. These lipids are strongly inflammatory and have never before been used in an injection therapy. Their health effects are therefore unknown.

  • The mRNA coding for the spike protein has been highly genetically modified. The health consequences of those genetic modifications are also unknown.

  • These vaccines could promote a phenomenon called "antibody dependent enhancement," or ADE. This is a process where antibodies to a virus actually facilitate future infections by that virus. There is evidence that this is happening today as a result of vaccination.

  • The vaccines could promote autoimmunity due to similarities between the spike protein and proteins normally found in the body. Antibodies to spike could react to these normal human proteins, creating autoimmune disease. There is evidence that this is happening.

  • There is evidence that vaccination is leading to activation of inactive viral infections in those vaccinated. There is a documented increase in herpes outbreaks (genital, oral, and shingles), for example, following vaccination.

  • The spike protein is a prion protein, which means it has the potential to cause dementia. This potential is more pronounced for the spike produced by vaccination vs natural infection. There is evidence that this is becoming manifest as well.

  • There is reason to believe that the modified spike protein could provoke or exacerbate Parkinson's Disease.

  • There is a scientifically supported rationale for the belief that spike proteins could be "shed" by the infected and by the mRNA-vaccinated.

  • There is a scientifically supported rationale for the belief that the vaccine mRNA for spike protein could get incorporated into human DNA and cause long-term DNA modification to human DNA.

Those are the major predictions of our first paper. Many, but not all of them, have become manifest.

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