Last updated by The POOG on November 28, 2020.

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There is a world-wide rush to get the first vaccine to market. It’s similar to a gold rush, both in the frantic haste and in the enormous wealth that is at stake to successful participants. However, serious questions surround a vaccine and the development process. We explore them in this article.

Reprogramming Your DNA

Recent research has found a way to use messenger RNA (mRNA), a critical part of your cellular biology, to reprogram your DNA in its role of cellular reproduction of your life-form. Raul Diego[1], describes it as a

technology, that allows for biological processes to be controlled remotely and opens the door to the potential manipulation of our biological responses and, ultimately, our entire existence, is called Profusa Inc and its operations are funded with millions from NIH and DARPA [Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency].

Raul Diego[1]

The technology was developed as an implantable health monitoring system[4] in the form of an implantable chip or injectable hydrogel. Such may be reprogrammed remotely using technologies such as 5G networks[2]. This technology may be used as the delivery system for Moderna’s mRNA-1273 vaccine[3].

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  1. Raul Diego. A DARPA-Funded Implantable Biochip to Detect COVID-19 Could Hit Markets by 2021. MPN News, September 17th, 2020.
  2. Patrick Tucker. A Military-Funded Biosensor Could Be the Future of Pandemic Detection. Defense One, March 3, 2020.
  3. Makia Freeman. Hydrogel Biosensor: Implantable Nanotech to be Used in COVID Vaccines? The Mad Truther, September 4, 2020.
  4. Col. Matt Hepburn. DARPA SBIR: Profusa Implantable Biosensors – COL Matt Hepburn. YouTube, 11 Oct 2018.