Coronavirus patterns of growth, via Brian Mowrey, & human patterns of child-bearing, a discussion.
Cross-post of "Should Variants Actually Happen? Part 3"; and prenatal health for women with many, many children - you need MORE nutrients, and iodine, and protein.
...or in other words - if you give someone an mRNA 'therapy' that tells their body to make peanut protein with the hope that the resulting peanut protein will cause the body to make antibodies against peanuts - does the now presence of peanut protein antibodies meant that are you "protected" against peanuts into the future? or that you now have a really severe allergy/autoimmune reaction imminent the next time you bump into a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup situation? ("You got your chocolate in my peanut butter, no you got your peanut butter on my chocolate" - old commercial).
Background short story, coronavirus are fought by IgA antibodies in the nose in our normal way to fight them, not with memory B cell antibodies against the spike itself. my reply https://unglossed.substack.com/p/should-variants-actually-happen-pt-deb/comment/11000284 to this reply: https://unglossed.substack.com/p/should-variants-actually-happen-pt-deb/comment/10999337 to this post:
*The short answer seems to be “no” or not in the pattern that has been occurring.
Mother Nature does things differently, in normal RNA virus patterns of change.
Brian says a few of the unspoken things outloud, cough cough, that aren’t being allowed to be said in published papers, or not openly (LAB ORIGIN< MULTIPLE LOCATION RELEASE).
Trivia// The minutia of genetics is not really my field but was the college major that I started in before switching to dietetics. I worked in a genetics research lab for over a year as a work study student and they did take the time to show us and teach us a little about their various projects and lab techniques - and I fed the lab animals and washed lab dishes. And I learned that my attention span found projects with 20-year timespans to be not short enough »> prenatal nutrition counselor > results ~ 9 months later. That was a better fit for me and turned out to be a long-term genetic study too. Some of my families were clients for my fifteen-year career as they had 15 children or more. *That is really hard on a woman’s health and the poorer families had more problems for the mother and the later children’s health than the richer families that had over a dozen children. Mom needs the good food too! Most maybe! **It is hard or can be on the children too as the older children become second and third parents for the younger ones. I learned that the older kids might also get relegated to a trailer in the backyard as the too small house gets too full.
While birth control might not be for everyone - exclusive breastfeeding and infant and continuing to nurse the toddler (world-wide average for nursing infants is to age 2-3, not 3-6 months) as there is a statistically significant at a population level reduction in fertility during more extensive lactation. While we may not have been given “birth control” - we were given the tendency to not have a baby every single year of a woman’s child-bearing years. My professional experience showed me that it is too hard on the woman and on the babies. Later babies with heart defects or other serious problems. I personally don’t think God meant for women to be pregnant every single year - it doesn’t happen on average when the baby is being fully breastfed and into the toddler year as is healthy for the toddler along with soft foods.
3 am is not really morning yet.
Coronavirus have natural patterns of growth - so do humans. Having families with 18 children by one mother - is not the typical human pattern of growth. #Factoid
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