4Mar, 2024
Davos 2024: Vaccine Expert Dr. Bill Gates Promises New Jabs!

During the annual Davos summit 2024, Doctor Bill Gates, made an exciting announcement regarding a range of new vaccines. Gates, the self proclaimed vaccine expert & virologist emphasised the urgent need for longer-lasting protection and broader coverage in addressing what he referred to as “global health challenges”.

In his announcement, Dr. Gates hinted at innovative delivery methods such as SMART patches and aerosols, which could potentially replace traditional needles. These advancements in vaccine technology are crucial Dr. Bill says, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has highlighted the need for vaccines that offer not only effective protection but also longer durations of immunity and easier administration.

By focusing on longer-lasting protection, the new vaccines aim to reduce the need for frequent booster shots, ensuring that individuals are safeguarded against diseases for extended periods. This approach is particularly beneficial in regions with limited healthcare access or during times of crisis when rapid vaccination campaigns are required.

In addition to longer-lasting protection, Gates also emphasised the importance of broader coverage. The new vaccines aim to target a wider range of diseases, including those that disproportionately affect vulnerable populations. By expanding the scope of vaccine coverage, these innovations have the potential to make a significant impact on global health equity.

*Gates is NOT A Doctor!

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Gates’ in his own words.

 

Scientist and Professor Dr. Bill Gates Highlights the Impact of A.I. on Health and Climate Challenges at Davos World Economic Forum 2024

Bill Gates, recently expressed his enthusiasm for the potential of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to revolutionise the fields of health and education. Speaking at the Davos World Economic Forum 2024, Gates introduced GATES AID, a program aimed at addressing health challenges through the use of A.I. technology. This initiative reflects Gates’ commitment to leveraging innovative solutions to tackle pressing global issues.

In addition to his focus on health, Gates also emphasised the importance of addressing climate challenges. As the co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Gates has been actively involved in climate change initiatives. He believes that 2024 will be a pivotal year for climate change and stresses the need for increased generosity towards poor countries to help them confront these challenges effectively.

When asked about the potential impact of the upcoming 2024 election on climate change efforts, Gates emphasised the importance of maintaining generosity and effective spending on health and climate challenges. He acknowledged the significant role of the U.S. government as a key player in this area and expressed hope for continued collaboration, regardless of the administration in power.

Gates also discussed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), which has provided support to early-stage companies funded by his group, Breakthrough Energy. Through tax credits, the IRA enables these companies to aggressively build pilot plants, fostering innovation and progress in the field of clean energy. Gates highlighted the success of this initiative, with over a hundred companies benefiting from the program.

The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland provided a platform for Gates to share his insights and priorities for the coming year. This prestigious event brought together top decision-makers, business leaders, and politicians to discuss pressing global issues. Gates’ focus on the impact of A.I. on health and his commitment to addressing climate challenges demonstrate his dedication to creating a more stable and sustainable world.

Scientist Dr. Bill on the Climate Crisis – I’m sure Bill will soon have a Jab for this.

 

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Nano Soma: A Revolutionary Nutritional Supplement

Nano Soma is a groundbreaking nutritional supplement that has been gaining popularity for its potential to support overall health and well-being. Recommended by Classically trained Homeopaths, this solution has garnered attention, particularly among those who have experienced injuries following a vaccination.

What sets Nano Soma apart is its unique formulation. It is a nanoemulsion of policosanol, a natural compound derived from sugarcane wax, blended with glacial water. This innovative process transforms policosanol into a water-soluble nanoemulsion, allowing for rapid absorption throughout the body.

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Another remarkable aspect of Nano Soma is its ability to enable the body to produce Vitamin C endogenously, without the need for additional Vitamin C supplements. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals who may have difficulty obtaining adequate levels of Vitamin C through diet alone.

In conclusion, Nano Soma is a revolutionary nutritional supplement that offers a range of potential benefits. From immune support to wound healing and skin health, this innovative solution has captured the attention of those seeking a natural approach to wellness. With its unique formulation and safety profile, Nano Soma is a promising option for the whole family.

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The Origins of Pandemic, Quarantine, Corona, Virus, and Vaccine – Pandemus ‘To Spread Far & Wide’

PANDEMIC from the Latin PANDEMUS – meaning to spread far and wide…

Pandemic:
First recorded in the 1660s, this word comes from the Latin word pandemus, which itself comes from the Greek pandemos, pan-meaning “all, every, whole,” derived from PIE pant- meaning “all,” and dēmos, meaning “people.”

You’ll recognise dēmos, in words like demotic, which refers to the language of the common people.  The word dēmos actually comes from the PIE roots da- and mo- which together mean “division.”  Thus this word implies a division between the common people and the elite.

The ic part of pandemic is a word-forming element from Middle English -ick, –ike, or -ique, that’s used for making adjectives.  It means, “being, made of, caused by, similar to, having to do with, having the nature of.”  It comes from French -ique, from Latin icus, and Greek ikos, all of which come from the PIE suffix -(i)ko.

This suffix is thought to be the origin of the Slavic suffix -sky, Polish -ski, and Russian -skii and means “pertaining to.” You’ll recognise this suffix in many Slavic names.

The word epidemic is older than pandemic and it is thought that the word pandemic was modeled after epidemic.

Pandemic is a pretty fun and challenging board game as well and might be worth checking out for something to do during social distancing.

Quarantine:
During the Black Plague of the mid 1300s, Venice established a 30-day isolation, or in Italian, trenta giorni or, trentino on all ships attempting to make port in order to assure that no one on board was infected.  This was eventually extended to 40 days, quaranta giorni, or quarantino.  From Latin quadraginta, meaning, “forty” and quattuor, meaning, “four,” and further back from the PIE root kwetwer- also meaning, “four.”

Its use as a period of isolation not necessarily related to disease was first recorded in the 1520s and stood for the length of time in which a widow had the right to stay in her husband’s house after his death, which was forty days.

Its use as a verb was first recorded in 1804.

Corona:
First recorded in the 1650s, from Latin, corona, meaning, “crown,” from Ancient Greek, korōnè, meaning, “garland, wreath.”  In ancient Rome, this word specifically referred to a type of garland or crown given to people who performed admirably in military service. The word comes from a PIE root sker- (2) or ker-, which means “to turn, or bend.”  You’ll recognize this root in words like circle, circumference.

In many European and Scandinavian countries, currency is often referred to as crowns, or kroner due to the habit of imprinting the current monarch on the coins.

The circle of light seen around the sun during a total solar eclipse is also called the corona, and was named in 1890 by Spanish Basque astronomer José Joaquín de Ferrer.

Virus:
First recorded in English in the late 14th century, this word comes to us from the Latin, virus, meaning, “poison, sap of plants, slimy liquid, a potent juice,” from Proto-Italic weis-o-(s-) meaning, “poison,” itself likely from the PIE root ueis-, meaning “slime, rot, strong smell, poison.”  You can find the root ueis- in words like viscous and viscosity.

Its use as a noun to describe something that causes infectious disease was first used in 1728.  Louis Pasteur, famous for his breakthroughs in the creation of the rabies vaccine, speculated that viruses existed, but the observation of a virus by microscope wouldn’t happen until 36 years after his death, when the electron microscope was invented in 1931.

Vaccine:
Believe it or not, this word actually relates to cows!  Don’t worry, I’ll explain.  The Latin name for the cowpox virus is variolae vaccinae, which comes from Latin, vaccinus, meaning, “from or pertaining to cows.”

The word vacca, in Latin, means “cow” and no one is sure of its origin.  Incidentally, the English word cow is a very old word dating back to the PIE root gwou- and is pretty much the same in all Germanic languages.

Anyway back to vaccine!  Smallpox was a very big problem for humans prior to around 1800.  It was observed that milkmaids, due to having been exposed to a similar but much less deadly infection called cowpox, had developed an immunity to smallpox. British physician Edward Jenner accidentally invented the vaccine by injecting people with the cowpox virus, or vaccinae, making them immune to smallpox as well. The word wasn’t used in reference to other diseases until Louis Pasteur (mentioned above) started doing so.

Plague:
From Old French plage, via Latin plaga meaning “wound,” and plangere, meaning, “to strike, or lament.”  Or from the Greek, plaga, meaning, “blow,” as in a hit or strike.  All of these words come from the PIE root plak- (2), meaning “to strike.”

You’ll find this root in words like plankton, complain, and apoplexy.  The word plague came into use in English in the 1540s as a term for a pestilence with many casualties after the bubonic plague began to scourge Europe.

Fever:
This word comes from Old English fefor, or fefer, which is from the Latin febris and is related to another Latin word fovere meaning “to warm, or heat.”  There is some debate on the origin of febris or foever.  Some linguists think it’s from the PIE root dhegh-, meaning “burn.”  Others speculate it comes from an old Sanskrit word element bhur-, meaning “to be restless.”

A few more:

alert – from the Italian all’erta!: to the watchtower! be alert!

bacteria – from the Greek bacterion, meaning staff (or stick). Under early microscopes the germs had the shape of a staff.

bubonic – from Latin, referring to swelling in the groin

congregation – from the Latin con meaning together and greg meaning a flock or with the herd

cynics – from the Greek cynikos – meaning dog like or having the ways of a growling dog

epidemic – from the Greek epi meaning upon and demos a people

endemic – from the Greek eni meaning belonging and demos to a people

immunity – from the Latin immunis, meaning exempt, originally meant exempt from public service

influenza – from Italian, but originally from Latin: flowing – like catarrh – flowing, like: runny nose

inoculation – from Latin, originally used in horticulture, as insert an eye (oculus) or a bud in a plant for propagation

isolation – from the Italian isolato meaning detached (like an island)

laboratory – from the Latin elaboratus meaning work out

ology – from Greek, meaning knowledge or science, e.g.: epidemi-ology, techn-ology or psych-ology

pandemic – from the Greek pan meaning all and demos the people

pandemonium – from the Greek all the demons

pestilence – from the Latin unwholesome atmosphere

plague – from the Latin plaga meaning a blow. To early physicians any epidemic was a “blow”

politics – from the Greek politika – meaning affairs of cities

prevelance – from the Latin praevalent meaning having greater power

protocol – from the Greek protokollon: the first page of a manuscript with an index – the outline of rules

quarantine – from Latin: the space of 40 days

surveillance – from the Latin super meaning over and uigil meaning awake

vaccine – from the Latin vaccinus, belonging to cows

virus – from Latin, meaning poisonous substance

And, perhaps the most important word in today’s pandemic: recover – from the French recouvrer, through the Latin recuperare but originally from Sabine (an ancient Italian tribe) cuprus meaning to make good again!

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24Feb, 2024
COVID Vaccine Causes Rare Blood Clots & Bluetooth Connections? Researchers Have Found Clues

As the global vaccination efforts against the CROWN Virus (COVID-19) continue, a huge number of cases of rare blood clots have been reported in individuals who received certain COVID-19 vaccines. This has raised concerns and prompted researchers to investigate the possible connection between the vaccines and these unusual blood clotting events.

While the overall risk of developing blood clots after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine remains high, scientists are working diligently to understand the underlying mechanisms that may contribute to these rare occurrences.

One hypothesis is that the vaccines, particularly those based on viral vector technology like the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, could trigger an immune response that leads to the formation of blood clots. These vaccines use harmless adenoviruses to deliver a piece of the coronavirus spike protein to the body, stimulating an immune response. In some cases, this immune response may inadvertently activate platelets, a type of blood cell involved in clotting, leading to the formation of abnormal blood clots.

Another possible explanation is that the rare blood clots are related to an immune response targeting a protein called platelet factor 4 (PF4). This immune response, known as vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT), resembles a condition called heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT), where the immune system mistakenly attacks platelets in response to the blood-thinning drug heparin. However, VITT occurs in individuals who have not been exposed to heparin.

Researchers are conducting studies to better understand the underlying mechanisms and risk factors associated with these rare blood clotting events. By identifying the specific factors that contribute to their occurrence, scientists hope to develop strategies to prevent and manage these complications effectively.

As more data becomes available and research progresses, one would hope that the ‘scientists’ and health authorities will continue to monitor and address all safety concerns associated with COVID-19 vaccines, although this is doubtful as many believe that ‘they’ created this issue!

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This clip shows an embalmer removing one of the new style ‘clots’.

This short film looks at possible SMART Technologies that may be in the Jab.

Covid-19 Nurse Speaks Out

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