Today's blog is a bit of departure from our normal practice here, because today' blog and daily injection of high octane speculation concerns two different and (seemingly) unrelated stories that many people sent to me. Luckily, one of those sending one of the stories, S.D., had the same thought that I did when looking at both stories together. It's that "viewing them together" that is really the template for today's high octane speculation. One might go so far as to say that today's high octane speculation is viewing them together. So, many thanks to S.D., Y.C., W.G., A.C.M., P.T., and so many others that spotted these stories:
So let's take note of the important point in the first story, whose author, Dr. Geert Vanden Bossche is a PhD and also a doctor of veterinary medicine:
But in the meantime, we’re also facing a huge problem in vaccinated people as they’re now more and more confronted with infectious variants displaying a type of S protein that is increasingly different from the S edition comprised with the vaccine (the later edition originates from the original, much less infectious strain at the beginning of the pandemic). The more variants become infectious (i.e., as a result of blocking access of the virus to the vaccinated segment of the population), the less vaccinal Abs will protect. Already now, lack of protection is leading to viral shedding and transmission in vaccine recipients who are exposed to these more infectious strains (which, by the way, increasingly dominate the field). This is how we are currently turning vaccinees into asymptomatc carriers shedding infectous variants. (Boldface Emphasis added)
Now, in effect, what Dr. Vanden Bossche is saying is that the mRNA vaccines actually are causing the covid virus to mutate into more deadly strains in those receiving said vaccines, and that in the rush to vaccinate "everyone", those vaccinated are turning into spreaders of more lethal variants!
For the moment, set aside this insight and interpretation, and consider the second story:
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen in the remote Arctic Svalbard archipelago appears to be losing its appeal as scientists propose a "lunar ark" to house millions of species of seeds, sperm, eggs, and DNA.
A team of researchers from the University of Arizona, led by Jekan Thanga, proposed building a massive "ark" on the moon as a "modern global insurance policy" against natural disasters, socio-economic chaos, asteroids, and the threat of nuclear war.
The researcher proposed building the ark in a lunar pit and or lava tubes, holding upwards of 6.7 million species of seeds, sperm, eggs, and DNA.
Thanga said due to instability, Earth-based repositories, such as Svalbard, could leave specimens vulnerable.
Thanga's presentation explained that various species would be cryogenically preserved. "We can still save them until the tech advances to then reintroduce these species — in other words, save them for another day," he added.(Boldface emphasis added)
What's interesting here is what is not being said. For example: (1) are the samples of human sperm and DNA going to be those of people who have received a mRNA covid vaccine, or not? My guess is, no, and we'll get back to that in a moment, because it's at the core of today's high octane speculation; suffice it to say for the moment that the Norwegian seed bank, as far as I know, contains purely natural seeds; no GMO seeds allowed. But there's another question: (2) why are "they" wanting to create a "Lunar Ark"? Is the move to create such a "Lunar Ark" simply a "preparedness" measure? Or are "they" expecting something specific to happen?
This is where viewing the two stories, not in isolation from each other, but as potentially related stories comes in.
There have already been reports that some responses to the mRNA vaccines include possible effects on fertility in females. But if in the rush to "vaccinate" everyone we're creating not an inoculated population, but rather, carriers and transmitters of mutant and more virulent strains, then one might be creating a population disaster. Hence, it might be necessary to create such an "Ark," and by locating it on the Moon leaves it firmly in the hands of Mr. Globaloney.
So, yes, as with all projects of Mr. Globaloney, you can colour me intensely suspicious on this one.
See you on the flip side...