Edible Vaccines: CA Scientists Developing mRNA-vaccine Producing Plants
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While it is known that money doesn’t grow on trees, such seemingly unexpected objects such as mRNA vaccines potentially may. California scientists say it is possible, as they are working on turning the edible plants into “mRNA vaccine factories.”

Researchers at the University of California-Riverside have announced earlier this month that they are developing a technology that would allow cultivated plants, such as lettuce and spinach, to carry the same medication as an mRNA vaccine. The project is being conducted in collaboration with scientists from University of California, San Diego and Carnegie Mellon University.  (See link for article)


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The project was made possible thanks to a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The latter is closely collaborating with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on various international and local initiatives aimed at fostering agriculture, per the NSF website (see examples here, here and here).

This mRNA technology is a relatively novel technology used in vaccines. While it has been studied for a couple of decades, it has first been tried in humans in the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna experimental gene therapeutics for COVID, aka COVID vaccines.

The article rightly points out that while corrupt public health ‘authorities’ repeat ad nauseum that these jabs are “safe and effective,” there’s been an alarming number of adverse reactions as well as the fact they don’t just stay in the muscle where they are injected.  A Japanese study showed the spike protein in the “vaccinated” was found in the spleen, liver, adrenals, and ovaries, where its concentration was the highest. Main findings are explained by immunologist and vaccine researcher Byram Bridle here.  Inventor of mRNA technology, Dr. Robert Malone, has warned that mRNA “vaccines” remain “biologically active,” are distributed throughout the body with a spike protein that is not “harmless,” but “cytotoxic,” and can damage cells.

Do we really want to eat this stuff?