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Dec 15, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Because like Alina Chan before him, Nicholas Wade was happy to watch tens of millions of innocent strangers die terribly if it meant he got time in front of the cameras. There it is, all we need to know is all the rest of the names of these retarded creatures. I'll read on.

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Dec 15, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Not a smoking gun, but one that has blown apart and killed the shooter: And so long as policymakers are pushing for blanket vaccination programs which are not complimented by the data provided by anal swabs, our vaccination programs are at risk of eventually backfiring and leading to nearly instant death across wide swaths of the American population:

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Dec 15, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

So I was becoming lax on my diet seeing as though I'm not injected, nor have been sick other than having a one time high mucus event (running snot), since the retards unleashed mayhem, and thought I'm clear. But I guess not now reading this article. Back to longer periods of autophagy for me, good thing I learned how to grow healthy food to eat - for sure.

So what are the odds a healthy person not injected have to not experience suffering before death? Surely better than those injected, those not healthy.

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Yeah fasting is probably one of the more useful tools to really clear the virus, but I don't have a lot of good science just the folk traditions.

And definitely homegrown food, lots of sulfides and all of that.

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Dec 15, 2022·edited Dec 15, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Ah, sulfides. Good. I do that. Thanks.

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Yup I think I remember chatting about the gardening on another thread, reminds me I need to get more raw onions since those are a good source if you can't control your own veggies.

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Bear with me here, I may have gotten a little paranoid over the last few years...but I was wondering what you think of the David Sabatini thing, given that rapamycin and everolimus, which he is known for being an expert in, supposedly promote autophagy. His takedown seemed severe given what actually happened.

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Gonna need some more details and a more specific question, sorry not familiar!

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Feb 4, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Sabatini was a top scientist with a supposedly world-class lab at MIT. He was a co-discoverer of rapamycin. Everolimus is similar to rapamycin, and apparently both promote autophagy, according to studies. I believe there've also been studies about whether rapamycin and everolimus would work for covid. They're both also considered possible anti-aging drugs. (Being a nonscientist, I can't vouch for the quality of the studies!) Sabatini had a consensual relationship with a younger scientist, and he didn't report it to administrators, as required by a rule. When he became interested in another woman, the first woman reported him to administrators. After an investigation, the institute that presided over his lab ended up firing him and closing his lab, which seemed like an incredible overreaction. The report also cited that some lab employees thought he acted like King David (most didn't think this). There has to have been a halfway point where he could pay a price for breaking the rule but was allowed to maintain his lab. I went to school with someone who later worked at the lab of a man who knew he was a possibility for a Nobel Prize, which indeed he later won. My friend said this guy was paranoid, egotistical, and very difficult to work with, and my friend seemed to think that was the rule not the exception at high-powered labs. It seems like you could take a lot of these people down whenever you wanted, if you wanted. I dunno, maybe it's nothing and it's totally unrelated.

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Yeah at least from your description that definitely sounds like it may have been a bit of a hit, pretty sure that kind of relationship happens aalllllllllll the time in any number of related contexts as well - so yeah, smells funky.

Big Pharma is gonna do anything and everything to keep the spice flowing, just glad me and my dad are still here.

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Yes, be vigilant. I mean, everybody should be vigilant, but you and your dad esp. I love the sweep of your work btw – too many people are trying to hit triples, while you’re swinging for the fences.

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Feb 4, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Fascism as is killing off the competition.

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Jan 31, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Are those nutrients or chemicals? Wiki says he was an avid gardener. I learned autophagy is triggered by not eating - but I'm just a peasant with a garden and how the heck am I suppose to really know.

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Dec 31, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Mr. Sirotkin,

I came across two pieces of data that seem to support your theory about Sars-Cov2 as a LAV that is recombining back towards a thermodinamically-stable, highly lethal form:

1. From https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.12.27.521986v1 : " Our multiscale investigation provided evidence suggesting that XBB is the first documented SARS-CoV-2 variant increasing its fitness through recombination rather than single mutations." Got the link from the comments at https://igorchudov.substack.com/p/the-xbb15-variant-is-the-next-big . I am not an expert on biology or medicine -- maybe you can figure out if it supports your theory or not.

2. I wondered a long time what insanity could drive researchers to create a covid variant with 80% lethality -- now in 2022: https://www.foxnews.com/us/boston-university-lethal-covid-strain-lab . Something so transmissible, and unvaccinable against, is useless as a bioweapon, as it will quickly find its way back to the sender. Then I realized -- they were probably trying to re-create the original, thermodinamically-stable strain! So now we know how lethal is that.

Jabboids may have gotten VAIDS and live on borrowed time, but even for us purebloods, a variant with a 80% lethality would be no joke. If your theory is correct, we need to figure out how this thing can be treated.

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Thanks for the reply, sorry about the delay - Gmail keeps sending everything from Substack to spam even after I direct it always to my main folder, your other comment from a few hours ago came through at least.

And yup both of those point to this thing reverting back into a LAV.

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Dec 15, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Jesus Christ. My imagination runs wild with this. "I'm sick of these damn humanized rats! Get me some humans stat!"

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Yeah I'm pretty sure they finished polishing it using the Uighur concentration camps.

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Dec 15, 2022·edited Dec 15, 2022Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Dude. (It's Dan, right?) So much of what you write resonates and confirms lived experience and observable reality from where I sit, (with unencumbered mind).

Too much to say here, but I've had to do that thing - hold two opposing narratives since Dec 2019:

1. a shit-show of lies, stupidity, and corruption in science, academia, gov. policy, "measures" and media so blatant and dumb as to be almost a dream. and

2. It's a fuckn bio-weapon, intended to debilitate a nation or area slowly, with plausible deniability, over a decade or two or three. A slow death of human energy and intellect and motivation. Millions of individual immune systems dissolving their own body's complex and delicate cellular nano-factories.

Reading your stuff, a grand-unified theme emerges.

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Yup it's Dan, and yeah as the months have gone on, all of this has just gotten more and more surreal. The emperor really has no clothes.

And yeah it's reverting back into a bio-weapon, to make a LAV the first step is to make a highly-pathogenic chimera which hosts all of the epitopes (targets for our white blood cells) that you want recognized by the vaccine. The LAVs for Yellow Fever and OPV both needed several strains, and then you weaken it down into a LAV.

But as it reverts, it continually grows stronger, and will eventually reach it's initial strongest form. The article pinned at the top, Golden Silkworms, goes over things, but there's shorter stuff in the About page.

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Feb 28, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

Just notcied that @jhas5 on twitter has been tweeting and writing a substack on covid being a self-spreading vaccine...fwiw. Maybe you already know of him.

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Yeah, no idea what he's off on that tangent and doesn't understand what I've already explained.

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Jan 27, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

"So that entire thing was totally made up, but I’m pretty sure I made Andersen poop his lederhosen just a bit."

LOL. Now, that's funny.

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Due to increasingly irrational responses to Covid I am starting to think there really is a Toxoplasmosis-like component involved.

I saw a news reporter, virtually frothing at the mouth, reporting on New Zealand's new Prime Minister meeting with business leaders in a ---small room-----.

I had a neighbour nearly threatening me not to use ivermectin.

All very odd.

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Apparently it is for real:

https://twitter.com/tohmes1/status/1638862146292400128

literally: SARS-CoV-2 upregulates endogenous opioid peptides

"Endogenous opioids & their receptors modulate dopaminergic activity & cortisol response to stress, both involved in reward response to drugs&alcohol"

a further aspect of behavior modification

https://twitter.com/tohmes1/status/1624998346774441986

1/2 it can influence host behavior

1: higher serotonin (more risky behavior) via platelet degranulation & inflammation

2: BBB damage

3: neural damage (e.g. limbic system)

4: lower cortison (less stress)

5: pain suppression via NRP1

6: toxo reactivation

2/2 SARS-CoV-2 & Toxoplasmosis:

SC2 can reactivate latent Toxo

Toxo leads to more severe COVID-19

~ 30% of 🌍 has lifelong latent Toxo

Toxo is neuroinvasive, suppresses immune system, damages BBB, increases dopamine levels, leads to mental illnesses.

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Behold, the opening of Pandora's box, check out New Brunswick, i pointed to them for toxoplasmosis emergence a while back.

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Jan 9, 2023·edited Jan 9, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

I re-read your articles. Your theory is indeed the only one that honors all the data points.

It is hard to say more than what's already said.

It would be very useful though, for everybody who has people they care about, to be able to somehow predict the timeline on which the virus will become really lethal for us the non-jabbed (as in 15% CFR or more in healthy non-jabbed). Would it be possible for you to come up with a heuristic for that?

One would probably need to consider that, between the current point and the thermodynamic optimum, the quasispecies swarm genetics will first take a detour through the Valley of the Vaxxed. The grand show probably won't happen until most of the jabbed have taken Azazel's hand for a one-way journey.

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The only points I've been able to look at was the temperature the virus liked best, and like a year ago it was still obviously unnatural and preferring colder flesh. But I imagine that's changed, however I haven't seen the new data and I'm not totally sure how useful it'd be.

But I'm pretty sure we're going to be seeing widespread ADE from the shots, since IG4 levels are starting to go haywire, just like they did with the spike-protein only vaccine against FIPV: https://twitter.com/Harvard2H/status/1610391031262109696?s=20&t=gNvQcRAucX2Iw7Qj8Un1pQ

With the hospital strikes starting up I think we're at the point where a collapse in services is going to overlap with people just dying from the acute stage of the virus, assuming you're living in a somewhat urban or suburban area, I'd be ready for services to collapse and shelves to be empty, and for violence to start up if you aren't near a military base or police who aren't corrupt.

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Jan 9, 2023Liked by Harvard2TheBigHouse

The military took the jab as well, at a rate even higher than the general public. On top of this, they have notorious recruiting and retention problems. I expect they will use what is left of their force to guard their expensive toys and to fulfil whatever missions are ordered from above in support of various geopolitical games, trying to maintain the international sphere of influence at the orders of rulers disconnected from reality.

The police are less jabbed, but they are stretched too thin to properly maintain public order even now. During the New Orleans Katrina hurricane in 2005, about 40% of police officers prioritized safeguarding the lives of their own families and did not show up to work. It is possible National Guard troops may feel the same when forced to choose between the lives of their children and orders from the madmen who ordered the clotshots. Military with families living in off-base rentals may have the same issue.

The only way those in power could avoid the issue described in the above paragraph in a true emergency (full-blown ADE, with almost all jab victims being busy dying) is the following: Identify houses that are already empty in an easy-to-guard neighborhood; use emergency powers to temporarily take control of them; and move the families of police, NG, and active-duty troops in there. Then block all entrances to the neighborhood except one or two, and properly guard that compound. Offering the benefit of security for families may even get them new volunteers. Using makeshift camps on-base will not offer the same benefit, as most families of military/police are likely to be preppers. They will be rightly afraid to be separated from their supplies/weapons, and under full control of the same authorities that forced the clotshot. Single-family houses would preserve a measure of autonomy and psychological safety. Of course, only empty houses should be used this way, and not those occupied by legitimate owners/renters.

I wrote the paragraph above in the full hope that employees of various national security agencies _are_ reading this thread, and still do have some concern left for the continued functioning of society in case things go catastrophically wrong.

In my personal opinion, we still have at least a year left before we find ourselves in such a scenario. Who knows, maybe more. I remember how many people fully expected society to collapse in 2008... and it didn't. Katrina was the _fifth_ mandatory evacuation of New Orleans in 2005 alone. Lots of false alarms in prepper life.

Anyone who doesn't have a full-blown subsistence farming operation will need to continuously estimate timing. Supplies have a limited shelf life and rotating can only achieve so much. Moving in the middle of nowhere may be less fun if society keeps on running, and there are no decent sources of income in that place, no education for children, etc. Losing support of one's spouse because doomsday predictions have not come true can be a large issue.

Let's see how this goes. Please keep us posted when you have updates. Thank you :-)

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Yeah it's going to depend a lot on exactly where you are in America I think, and the relationship between the National Guard and the Army in each geographic region - realistically the National Guard will get rolled out to try and establish order once things get bad, and I really have no idea how that works around established military bases and in places with lots of active duty troops around.

But yeah hospital collapse is going to be a bigger short term risk for plenty of people, and then the reality that grocery stores only have three days of food stocked. Out in the Midwest or other less populated areas I imagine the cops will be bunkering down, and yeah I'd be worried about being too far from the coasts or at least a major waterway.

We're headed for an event horizon, dunno exactly what's going but it won't be good.

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Would you share your expert opinion Dan?

https://twitter.com/THAILANDMEDICA1/status/1655530067202838528

Jeez! From the latest preliminary unpublished data, it seems that we are just one step from the new H5N1 strains found in ferrets & minks effectively mutating to cause human to human transmissions. I think that the H5N1 pandemic will start much earlier than projected! Planned?

11:08 PM · May 8, 2023

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H5N1 isn't going to jump into people unless they're exposed to sick birds one way or another, and when it does it'll be incredibly lethal and won't have much time to spread to new people. Bird shit is a vector into marine mammals, and likely humans as well.

But depending on how much immune damage COVID does in a given population, it could get bad for folks who live around birds for eggs and food in densely populated areas. I don't see it becoming a problem in America anytime soon, but in the third world where they have thousands of villagers crammed in together with lots of birds, could be bad there.

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