How did Moderna's Patented Sequence End up in Sars-Cov-2?
And why Moderna "took only two days" to create the "Covid Vaxx"?
Here’s a continuation of the CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG story. It was discussed much online and Naked Emperor posted a great substack article that prompted me to post a follow up. There is also an amazing article by arkmedic that was published some time earlier.
A peer reviewed article came out today:
The short of this (and you NEED to read the long version) is that Sars-Cov2 has a genetic sequence CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG, that is the mirror image (complement) of the same sequence called “MSH3”, in the Moderna patent 9,587,003 from 2018.
How did bats copy the moderna patent sequence into their coronavirus, as @JikkyKjj asked? Of course they did not, and this is a further proof that it is a lab virus.
Still, why is the sequence there?
To add to what Naked Emperor posted, there is actually a possible reason of how this happened: the Covid virus was grown (cultured) in cell lines that used the MSH3-mutated cell lines:
Yes, that’s right. Every single one of these patents that contains that 19nt sequence (for which the probability of occurring by random chance is less than 1 in a billion) is from Moderna. [Note the sequence is actually the reverse complement sequence but this is likely a direct result of the cell lines that it occurred in – MSH3_mutated cell lines designed for developing cancer vaccines, the Moderna patent was actually for a mutated MSH3 gene for this purpose]
This sheds some light on lab origin of Sars-Cov-2. Whoever designed it, used Moderna-patented genetically modified cell lines containing the complement of CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG, to grow the virus.
This might also explain why Moderna “only needed two days” to come up with a vaccine for a comlpetely novel virus. The explanation, of course, is that it had plenty of time to develop the vaccine well in advance. It was not quite as novel to Moderna as it seemed, containing a Moderna patented sequence.
They still cannot figure out how to make the “Omicron vaccine”.
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