You can induce the impairment of multiple organs the "same way" - via the microvasculature.
Brilliant work. Thank god we have people like WMC Research doing this work and being so vigilant and investigative to boot! Thanks so much.
The contact address in Richland, WA jumped out at me.
Why? Was some of the work done here? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Northwest_National_Laboratory
I am just writing this here cuz we are connected by the universe and sometimes we spark and inspire each other distally - so it struck me really hard today when watching some videos posted by the injured, how many people look like they are succumbing to acute onset Parkinson's. Could this be linked to a mutation in the ATP1A3 gene? Could this mutation be induced? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6172332/ This is one of rarest autosomal dominant disorders there is. The fact that it appears common is very alarming.
There's another study with the same email@example.com contact and my limited science reads as SARS-CoV-04 idk if it has clues as related..
Treatment protocol - MERSCOV004.0P: Cells were infected with a multiplicity of infection of 3 PFU.
Maybe helpful.. Wayback has what seems to be data from the unpublished Baric study here..
I didn't check all the files since it's all Greek to me but lots should be available if folks wanna poke around and if it's not there folks should be saving more.. see something save something!
You might want to contact Dr. Pam Popper (firstname.lastname@example.org) with this info. She's filed a Toxic Tort lawsuit in Federal Court against Ralph Baric, Peter Daszak, Daszak's wife and Ian Lipkin (Columbia U) for unleashing SARS-CoV-2 onto humanity and as a result, millions of people have died and hundreds of thousands of people are permanently injured. Most of the lawsuit's documentation is from an EcoHealth whistleblower, so she may not be aware of this study. I could forward it but it seems like it would be more beneficial if you two connected.
Keep on Baric. He needs much more attention. I see Kawaoka, Uni of Wisconsin-Madison is also on the paper. This was the guy working in a BSL-3 lab on Ebola, before it was stopped, only should have been conducted in BSL-4. https://www.cidrap.umn.edu/news-perspective/2007/09/wisconsin-lab-broke-ebola-rules-watchdog-group-says Also on the subject of covid origin we get this, "Instead of only tweaking the H5N1 Bird Flu in a few places before serial passage, Dr. Yoshihiro Kawaoka of the Universities of Tokyo and Wisconsin used genetic engineering to combine genes from the H1N1 Swine Flu as well as the H5N1 Bird Flu to create a chimeric virus that was then serially passed through ferrets, creating another airborne virus with potentially pandemic properties.[ 12 ] Both experiments created a modified genome that appeared to be the result of natural, albeit accelerated, selection since the process of serial passage forces the mutations selected for in natural zoonotic jumps, and masks the direct genetic engineering done on the viruses. These experiments were viewed by many as being sufficiently dangerous that they should not be published,[ 13 ] however they were both eventually released with certain methodological and sequence details left out." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7435492/
Wow! Thank you Walter! It's shocking just reading it. Justice must be served. Thank you.
another study on Spike Protein causing havoc everywhere ... in case it might be helpful.
thank you for all you do !!
Quite a line up of work being done at PNNL:
Wow, this is truly fascinating! Thank you, dear Walter! I see that this Natalie Heller (contact for this unpublished work) is one of the authors for a fascinating sounding paper published in 2018: "Proteomics goes to court: A statistical foundation for forensic toxin/organism identification using bottom-up proteomics." I'd not heard the term "proteomics," so I looked it up and learned it is, "the large-scale study of proteins."
The description of this 2018 paper, Proteomics goes to court includes: "Bottom-up proteomics is increasingly being used to characterize unknown environmental, clinical, and forensic samples. Proteomics-based bacterial identification typically proceeds by tabulating peptide “hits” (i.e., confidently identified peptides) associated with the organisms in a database; those organisms with enough hits are declared present in the sample. This approach has proven to be successful in laboratory studies; however, important research gaps remain. First, the common-practice reliance on unique peptides for identification is susceptible to a phenomenon known as signal erosion. Second, no general guidelines are available for determining how many hits are needed to make a confident identification. These gaps inhibit the transition of this approach to real-world forensic samples where conditions vary and large databases may be needed. In this work, we propose statistical criteria that overcome the problem of signal erosion and can be applied regardless of the sample quality or data analysis pipeline. These criteria are straightforward, producing a p-value on the result of an organism or toxin identification. We test the proposed criteria on 919 LC-MS/MS data sets originating from 2 toxins and 32 bacterial strains acquired using multiple data collection platforms. Results reveal a > 95% correct species-level identification rate, demonstrating the effectiveness and robustness of proteomics-based organism/toxin identification."
Jarman, Kristin H., Natalie C. Heller, Sarah C. Jenson, Janine R. Hutchison, Brooke L. Deatherage Kaiser, Samuel H. Payne, David S. Wunschel, and Eric D. Merkley. "Proteomics goes to court: A statistical foundation for forensic toxin/organism identification using bottom-up proteomics." Journal of proteome research 17, no. 9 (2018): 3075-3085.
A stunning find!
The masters' master puzzler has just found a glimmering piece of the murky epithelial damage puzzle.
If only Natalie Heller (per Pamela Drew) or one of the others would feel morally impelled to come forward to discuss this research - published or not- with us. That would be something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Thank you, Wondrous Walter!
The MidWestern Doctor (substack) mentioned in one of his recent's substack about the work of Dr. Andrew Moulden on mechanisms of virus injury (and jab injuries). I found it quite enlightening and thought you might too and fits in with your line of research, perhaps.
Just as a note about PNNL and Corona Virus:
That lab has been involved in the study of CVs for two decades and has researchers dedicated to MERS-CoV. Right from the beginning of the Pandemic, PNNL has been involved studying SARS-CoV-2. Here are more interesting (public outreach) links on all of that including some seminal discoveries and technology being developed by PNNL to fight Covid-19:
Why is a dude who worked with Baric, Sudhakar Agnihothram, Ph.D., OVRR/DVRPA, the Chair for the Moderna Covid shots for kids???? Like come on!
Look at the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Amendment for an Unapproved Product
Review Memorandum for June 16, 2022 Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine/mRNA-1273.
Hi Walter, thank you for your brilliant investigation/analysis. Given what you've learned, how might the mRNA be affecting endothelial cells in arteries (specifically heart)? I ask as I know several otherwise fit and healthy people under 50 who have developed serious heart problems (3 heart attacks, 1 died suddenly unexpectedly, 1 arrhythmia) within 12 months of mRNA but no myocarditis/pericarditis.
Literally down the (coronavirus) Rabbit hole. Seems like the mad Hatter (Baric) has been at it again.
Off with his head (lolz).