by Travis Mateer
My presence on social media is fairly limited when it comes to numbers, and I say that because two women I follow (a podcaster and a poet) have discussed changes in their menstrual cycles from the emergency authorized Big Pharma products circulating.
I’ll stick with the poet’s twitter feed (and some replies) because her experiences were put out there to read, starting with this:
And here are some replies:
A few weeks later, this tweet and reply:
All these comments are from people who have actually taken the vaccine. I say that because the podcaster I mentioned has NOT received a vaccine, but has suspicions, which are being discussed widely right now in the media I follow, that these jabs could be transmissible.
That probably sounds crazy and I really hope it IS a bonkers idea with no basis in reality. Except that it DOES have a basis in reality:
Transmissible vaccines may provide a promising solution for improving the control of infectious disease, particularly zoonotic pathogens with wildlife reservoirs. Although it is well known that heterogeneity in pathogen transmission impacts the spread of infectious disease, the effects of heterogeneity on vaccine transmission are largely unknown. Here we develop and analyze a mathematical model that quantifies the potential benefits of a transmissible vaccine in a population where transmission is heterogeneous between two subgroups.
Why does it feel like mad scientists have been given carte blanche to experiment on us in real time?