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Mar 15Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

I think researchers know less than Gramma, who knew you got a cold when you were weakened and than stood in the cold draft. Still going with that. Been to many houses with sick people and did not get sick, and then got flu a few times without being around sick people! Great article, immediately subscribed.

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Mar 5Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

Well done Christine. I have serious doubts about dear Peter. IMO he is simply after the money. His funding exposed him. “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”- Upton Sinclair

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Oops! Peter, spelled goblins wrong. It begins with a “g”. I wasn’t so aware of his creative writing skills before, but thanks for the examples.

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Christine - I met Dr. Tom Cowan about 8 years ago. I've been writing about the virus question for over 3 years. I'm currently working on an expanded post about it. I want to link your stack.

Could I get you to tell me how many entities you've sent foias to? Roughly how many were governments, how many were universities and how many were other institutions? How many came back saying no such documents exist and how many ignored your request?

Do you have a preferred post that you would like me to link?

I hope to put the post up this coming Saturday.

Thank you.

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Off Topic - For Your Review:

The New Virus Is Fungal / sudden onset of C. auris fungus in population.

https://newhumannewearthcommunities.wordpress.com/2024/02/27/the-new-virus-is-fungal/

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Excellent use of sarcasm! Great job!

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Feb 27Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

"yielded.....predicted circles" that alone says it all. Blurry phrasing all the time. Place your orders, scientific "researchers" deliver.

They don't even care about the influences that account for everything else in the living world. The terrain, the environment, the logic, the circumstances of their "creative" pieces of lunacy, the feasibility. Of course can computers create everything. Computers are not observing anything. That's genuinly our human superiority.

I feel bad for these people, MC and MC. But not for too long. I hardly have any patience left.

Thank you Christine for being a thorn in their side.

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Feb 27Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

The Health Freedom Movement requires a dramatic purge of its useful idiots helping to usher in the next Scamdemic with their promotion of the fake “virus“ narrative. Tedros thanks them!!

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It's likely that McCullough is not that intelligent.

Being a highly respected cardiologist just requires obedience and discipline, not real talent aka intelligence.

I went to school with tons of high achievers that had limited thinking ability.

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Feb 26Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

You know, CM, you are one of the few scientists (yes, I use that term for you with all due RESPECT) that I trust. I've been having some "intuitive" feelings about James Corbett, but I am still disappointed to see him on your list-- he was wrong about 9-11, too, eh?

Well, McCullough has long made my skin crawl, no surprise there. Whitney Webb... uh. I guess that whole Epstein thing was a Yoog Distraction, non? haaa harf!

Keep Going, CM!! You're the sharpest knife in the drawer. So saith the Dog. ;)

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No, not as of this moment, and I highly doubt he will respond. I tweeted a screenshot of the email to him on Saturday as well:

https://twitter.com/Virus_FOI_Lady/status/1761557102915375445

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Feb 26Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

The quote from the “Science” article is pretty much self-explanatory:

“...Other scientists are delighted by obelisks’ debut. “It’s insane,” says Mark Peifer, a cell and developmental biologist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. “The more we look, the more crazy things we see.”…”

Here is a more thorough summary of the situation, from the same article:

“…In a new search for undiscovered RNA genomes, … developed sophisticated software to analyze existing catalogs of active genes from microbes that live in humans for RNA sequences predicted to form circles—the structure of the genetic material in both viruses and viroids. “I am really impressed by the approach,” says computational biologist …, who worked on a 2023 paper that hinted bacteria might contain viroids or similar entities. “The authors were really creative.”

In short, they are not observing a living body. They have not even gone to the lab. They wrote or commissioned some “creative” piece of software which returned “nearly 30,000 predicted RNA” patchworks. SOFTWARE. Not research, not science, not observation.

If you want to have a $$$-decent lifestyle, drop whatever you are doing, learn programming (1-day online course), and write “creative” “sophisticated software” which will produce anything a “scientist” needs right at this time.

A question to those who still can think: How come we are continuously discovering “new” things despite the absence of any new technological breakthroughs? PCR, pretty much unknown before 2020, has suddenly become the cornerstone of any future-oriented “scientist”, despite label warnings “not for testing, not for scientific purposes, only for research”. Nobody cares. EM - a brilliant technology killing any living cells many times over, non-reproducible - is now proof of things invisible. A “lunar” probe cannot make a decent selfie, but we still believe in space cartoons. Hundreds of _new_ species of dinosaurs are being mass produced despite the fact that we do not make deeper excavations - we only infer (= guess, imagine) their properties on the basis of a found single piece of something, quickly recognized by “scientists” as a tooth. Fossil fuels are no longer fossil in origin, because some sophisticated astronomers “found” organic traces in “stars” distant literally trillions miles away - even farther than their imagination.

Not a dull life. We don’t life for boring ventures. We apparently follow Einstein’s call to drop science because it is limited, while human imagination does not have any limitations…

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Feb 26Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

I wouldn't call Peter "controlled opposition". He's a straightforward salesman.

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Did he answer?

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They write "rod-like secondary structures"?

Now they are killing metaphors even before they begin to use them in the literature. An obelisk is a sculpture in stone: a manufactured object, not-natural. It is long.

And the "obelisk" from the Kubrick film is a prism, a slab, a box. Also an unnatural shape. Man-made.

But these genomic obelisks are like a ring (they say circular, but if they are a 3d object, then they have to look like a ring) and from them protrude rods (?!?!?!?) and from them are hanging "frames" which are open, not closed like the wooden frame that frames my certificate in "Advanced Metaphorology" from the Department of Nonsense of the University Jabugo in Huelva, Southern Spain.

What are they smoking in Stanford? Or are they using skin patches? Have they been informed to not use the same place everyday when they put on a new patch?

Anyway. Even if these structures were real, why they use a word as dumb as obelisk, which refers to nothing in nature, to describe those natural structures? I mean, at some moment the effects of the bong wear off and the researches need to accept that artifacts are a thing. I don't say they have to agree 100% with Harold Hillman, but at least admit that their manipulations of the samples can distort everything they see. And whatever they "imagine" using their thoughts or a computer is not a picture taken from the real world.

It is an incredibly big mistake to say that such structures are natural. So maybe obelisk is an okay word? It's all genetic research a mind control operation, like Kubrick's entire filmography?

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Feb 26Liked by Christine Massey FOIs

Thanks. Keep up the incredible work!

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