2 thoughts on “DAILY MEME

  1. https://www.bitchute.com/video/6XZxcyjAc7mv/
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    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/new-immigrants/learn-about-canada/human-rights/your-rights-freedoms.html
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    “right to protection from unlawful or unjust arrest or detention by the government; in Canada, every person is equal before and under the law”
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    https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/services/how-rights-protected/guide-canadian-charter-rights-freedoms.html
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    “the Charter gives some rights only to Canadian citizens – such as the right to vote (section 3) and the right β€œto enter, remain in and leave Canada””
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    http://canadianliberty.com/florida-supermarket-owner-believes-coronavirus-pandemic-is-a-hoax/
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    February 15, 2021 “The deaths referred to by the media propagandist are deaths–primarily in the frail and elderly–that have been attributed to COVID-19 via deliberate changes in death certification since March 2020–just by testing (using invalid false-positive test protocols) for the presence of the virus rather than doing a traditional diagnosis. It’s an organized deception. See, for example, two of the points here, including the WHO document and how deaths have been counted in Toronto.”

  2. https://courses.lumenlearning.com/boundless-biology/chapter/dna-repair/
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    “Mismatch repair enzymes recognize mis-incorporated bases, remove them from DNA, and replace them with the correct bases.”
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    “mismatch repair: a system for recognizing and repairing some forms of DNA damage and erroneous insertion, deletion, or mis-incorporation of bases that can arise during DNA replication and recombination”
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    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160413135701.htm
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    “the human body’s capacity to repair DNA damage. Repairing damage in DNA from anything that causes a mutation”
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    “the human body is pretty good at repairing itself”
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    https://biobeat.nigms.nih.gov/2017/04/six-things-to-know-about-dna-and-dna-repair/
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    “Fortunately, all organisms have ways to fix DNA damage that do not require sunlight, collectively referred to as dark repair. One method, base excision repair, kicks in when a single strand of the DNA helix is damaged. It involves a series of enzymes that first identifies the damaged or incorrectly placed base or nucleotide and then snips out the wrong bit and pastes in the correct base or nucleotide.”
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    “A second kind of genomic repair method, nucleotide excision repair, uses a different set of enzymes to swap out long stretches of DNA. This repair process is particularly important to correct UV-caused damage. People with certain inherited mutations in nucleotide excision repair enzymes are highly susceptible to skin cancers from sun exposure.”
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    “A third repair mechanism corrects β€œmismatch errors” that occur when, for example, an A is matched with a C instead of the correct T. Mismatch repair is critical to correcting errors that arise when DNA is in the process of copying itself. Although scientists have not yet determined the full details of the human mismatch repair system, they estimate the process catches all but one out of every 1,000 or so mismatch errors.”
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    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/dna-permanent-change-cure-disease-experiment-california-brain-madeux-iv-hunter-syndrome-a8055696.html
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    “some give results that may not last or could cause a new problem like cancer.” “We cut your DNA, open it up, insert a gene, stitch it back up.”
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    “Safety issues plagued some earlier gene therapies. One worry is that the virus might provoke an immune system attack. In 1999, 18-year-old Jesse Gelsinger died in a gene therapy study from that problem, but the new studies use a different virus that’s proved much safer in other experiments.”
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    “Another worry is that inserting a new gene might have unforeseen effects on other genes. That happened years ago, when researchers used gene therapy to cure some cases of the immune system disorder called β€˜bubble boy’ disease. Several patients later developed leukaemia because the new gene inserted into a place in the native DNA where it unintentionally activated a cancer gene.”

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