This is not an actual Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur. It is an artits's rendition made out of scrap metal.
An actual T-Rex dinosaur would be infinitely more scary, but this John Lopez rendition is scary enough.
See more at johnlopezstudio.com.
In the same way, this blog post does not describe what is actually happening. It is A. Peasant's rendition cobbled together from junk on the internet. What is actually happening is probably infinitely more scary than this rendition.
The death cult and psychopaths in general use the stress and relief cycle on their victims because it naturally utilizes TIME. Tavistock knows this perfectly. Stress & Relief over TIME makes people malleable.
They have had all the time in the world.
TIME to study and prepare. TIME for humans to ruminate and suffer. TIME for memory to fade and recede. TIME to rewrite history. TIME for poison to work. TIME to get rid of evidence and witnesses. TIME to disconnect cause and effect. TIME for people to die. TIME for statutes of limitation to end. TIME to get away with murder.
This graph shows the scholarly articles and studies conducted on amino acid metabolism errors, inborn, since 1945. 25,379 results. Do you think the scientists have learned some important things about these genetic disorders during that time? We suppose so, or else they wouldn't be very bright, now would they.
Amino acid metabolism errors, inborn
"Inborn errors of metabolism (IEMs) are a large class of genetic disorders that result from defects in enzymes involved in energy production and metabolism of nutrients. ...In the latter case, the biochemical defect leads to accumulation of metabolites …"
The social engineers keep track of many things. ALL your data belongs to them, especially all your health data. HIPAA has giant, enormous, sandworm-sized loopholes to allow your data to be shared. Everyone in the healthcare system belongs to a cohort. We are all lab rats in the experiments, and the SOCIAL ENGINEERS collect and analyze our data.
(5) Public Interest and Benefit Activities. The Privacy Rule permits use and disclosure of protected health information, without an individual’s authorization or permission, for 12 national priority purposes.28 These disclosures are permitted, although not required, by the Rule in recognition of the important uses made of health information outside of the health care context. Specific conditions or limitations apply to each public interest purpose, striking the balance between the individual privacy interest and the public interest need for this information.
Hilarious. The 12 reasons are: as required by law; public health activities; victims of abuse, neglect or domestic violence; health oversight activities; judicial and administrative proceedings; law enforcement purposes; decedents; cadaveric organ, eye or tissue donation; research; serious threat to health or safety; essential government functions; workers' compensation.
WELL that covers just about anything and everything. You see how they "strike the balance" there?
Anyway, this health data is fed to the Social Engineers. One particular group of Social Engineers work at INSNA.org, the International Network for Social Network Analysis, where on the front page they explain that they "uncover the patterning of people's interactions... Many believe...that the success of failure of societies... depends on the patterning of their internal structure... Social network analysis has found important applications in....the spread of contagious diseases, mental health, social support, the diffusion of information and animal social organization..."
So the Top Banana at INSNA is Dr. Laura Koehly, and since May 2017 she has another very important job at the NIH.
Laura Koehly, Ph.D., has been named chief of the Social and Behavioral Research Branch (SBRB) in the Intramural Research Program at the National Human Research Institute (NHGRI), part of the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Koehly is the second chief to lead SBRB since it was established in 2003 to potentially transform healthcare through the integration of genomic medicine into the clinic.
Apparently, like many other top talent people we've observed over the years, she can do multiple prestigious jobs simultaneously. And you can go here: https://www.genome.gov/11509318/2003-release-nhgri-launches-new-branch to read the 2003 press release when the SBRB was launched, hot on the heels of the completed Human Genome Project, and Dr. Green recruited the lovely and talented Dr. Colleen McBride from Duke University, where Bob Stevens visited just before he became the first person to die of anthrax in 2001, but I digress! What actually flicked my whiskers was this:
SBRB research includes a focus on disorders that have major public health impact such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and rare genetic conditions with a significant impact on affected families such as methylmalonic acidemia.
OK well we all know about ADHD but what is this rare genetic condition that merits mention in the press release? Seems odd, no? Out of all the rare genetic conditions that significantly impact families, why did *this one* get a mention in the press release announcing Dr. Koehly's new job? Let's go to the NIH's GARD: GENETIC AND RARE DISEASES INFORMATION CENTER.
https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/7033/methylmalonic-acidemia -- links removed.
Methylmalonic acidemia refers to a group of inherited conditions in which the body can’t breakdown certain parts of proteins and fats. This leads to a build-up of toxic substances and bouts of serious illness called decompensation events or metabolic crises. Symptoms of a decompensation event include poor feeding, vomiting, trouble breathing, and lack of energy (lethargy). These can occur at different ages and can range from mild to severe. Methylmalonic acidemia is caused by changes in several different genes and is inherited in an autosomal recessive fashion.
Ohhhhh, so it's an AMINO ACID METABOLISM ERROR, INBORN like that chart up top, which shows the giant stack of scientific literature on those particular genetic defects since 1945.
Basically, this rare condition is passed from two parents who carry a mutation but do not have symptoms of the disease so obviously they have NO IDEA their baby is at risk. The affected baby will be weak and sickly, and it may have seizures and other serious problems like brain damage. There is no KNOWN cure.
"Throughout her career, Koehly has developed expertise in interpersonal processes that underpin communal coping within families, particularly those affected by heritable conditions."
This disease is SO RARE, that almost every newborn in the United States is screened for it. [blink blink blink] That doesn't really make sense. Why test every newborn for this extremely rare and yet well studied disease? Aren't there literally thousands and thousands of other rare diseases that people suffer from and the drug companies pass on investing in because there's no money in treating rare diseases? But the authorities definitely want to know which newborns have one of the various methylmalonic acidemia diseases with different symptoms and profiles in the NIH GARD database?
Weird, huh? Where is the, um, COST BENEFIT analysis of this policy? UNLESS maybe it's not that rare? UNLESS maybe there's a BENEFIT somewhere that we're not twigging onto out here in the hinterlands, where we have to make these COST BENEFIT analyses every time we go to the gas station or the grocery store?
UNLESS Maybe the Social Engineers just really want to know how the experiment is going so they test all the newborns and vacuum that INVALUABLE data into the NIH and friends via HIPAA loopholes? To analyze? Seeing which genes are mutating and causing disease in the various cohorts? Following the families, seeing how they manage with the horrible stress of raising a sick child? Measuring the costs measuring the suffering? Planning when to sound the alarm over the dramatic increase in IEMs and something must be done let us quickly pour billions of your tax dollars into research and Where's TONY we need a fucking vaccine developed for this, STAT?!!??
Just kidding, because that scenario would be SO EVIL.
Isolated methylmalonic acidemia is caused by changes in one of five genes: MMUT, MMAA, MMAB, MMADHC, or MCEE. Methylmalonic acidemia with homocystinuria is caused by mutations in the MMADHC, LMBRD1 and ABCD4 genes. Other forms of methylmalonic acidemia are caused by changes in different genes.
Last updated: 1/27/2020
Well let's see, just for shits and giggles let's go here: http://www.informatics.jax.org/allele/MGI:5825155 and use the search bar to look up where some of these genes are located on the chromosomes.... curious if they hang around together or not.
MMUT, protein coding gene - Chromosome 17, 19.55 cM, cytoband C-D
MMAA, protein coding gene - Chromosome 8, 37.51 Chromosome 8, 37.51 cM
MMAB, protein coding gene - Chromosome 5, 55.99 cM, cytoband F
MMADHC, protein coding gene - Chromosome 2, 28.92 cM
MCEE, protein coding gene - Chromosome 7, 34.65 cM, cytoband C
LMBRD1, protein coding gene - Chromosome 1, 10.18 cM
ABCD4, protein coding gene - Chromosome 12, 39.30 cM
Guess not. It looks like these protein coding genes are all over the place. That must keep things interesting for the scientists.
Who will be the lucky winner?
January 2006: More than meets the eye to human chromosome 8 which sites this paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/nature04406
A unique feature of the chromosome is a vast region of ∼15 megabases on distal 8p that appears to have a strikingly high mutation rate, which has accelerated in the hominids relative to other sequenced mammals. This fast-evolving region contains a number of genes related to innate immunity and the nervous system...
Among its other special attributes, chromosome 8 is the first human autosome to have the DNA near its centromere decoded, which marks a milestone that will pique the interest of chromosome aficionados. Centromeres — the compact zones that separate the two arms of a chromosome and ensure its proper inheritance — and their neighboring regions have been largely refractory to analysis using current technologies. Now, with these first snapshots, researchers may begin to track the history of centromeres, a task that has been hindered by a lack of sequence information.
Now let's mention but skip over the PCR tests, which may or may not include a segment of chromosome 8 so that theoretically a positive result could always be arranged, and let's head over to the "jab" technology.
Here's a nice pdf from University of Washington IDEA Program: COVID-19 Treatment (https://covid.idea.medicine.uw.edu), explaining the mechanism of mRNA vaccines.
As I understand it:
Anyway, it seems risky to mess around with PROTEIN CODING GENES. Seems like a bad idea. Maybe something could mutate, especially on chromosome 8. What if millions of people developed mutations that cause amino acid metabolism errors, and they had no idea until they got sick, or got pregnant and miscarried, or had a baby sick with one of the methylmalonic acidemia diseases, and no KNOWN cure?
Since every newborn is tested, the parents will get this heartbreaking news right away. And the Social Engineers will know, naturally, because they've been bean studying and counting all this time. So when the uptick happens, they will know the precise moment to engage the media apparatus and Sound The Alarm. But of course, by then it will be much too late.
And this, my friends, is how the Death Cult operates. This is how they murder millions of people and get away with it. Of course the details will be different, more nuanced, more diabolical and terrifying, but you can see the killer predator well enough in the junkyard rendition. And evidently, the killer predator can see you, too.
RARE DISEASE THERAPEUTICS MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS TOPS $29 BILLION IN THIRD QUARTER OF 2021.