Vaccines in your salad? Scientists growing medicine-filled plants to replace injections

Vaccines in Your Salad

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I missed my chance to become a research scientist in genetics when they brain-damaged my babies with their baby shots in the 1970s.  A beloved professor went behind my back in 1976 and set the whole thing up for me.  He hustled me into his office with a sly grin and told me his marvelous news.  With a huge smile slashing his face, he said,

“You’re going to medical school!!!”

[And this man didn’t smile a lot…]

My heart plummeted as I declined, knowing full well I could never leave my bonkers toddler.  He came first and he always would.  There was no question as to my answer.

I thought Professor Blumankrantz was going to have a heart attack or at least faint as I gave him my answer.

But I have to admit there’s a tickle in my stomach as I look at this research.  As a prodigy, I had buried myself in genetic studies in preparation for my chosen career.

But I always knew [unlike some of these kiddie scientists with their pails and shovels in sandboxes] that The Domino effect would and will always have to be acknowledged.

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Vaccines in your salad? Scientists growing medicine-filled plants to replace injections

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Notice the reaction from readers.  I bet Bill and his wife and scientists who won’t have to eat this stuff make up the 2%.

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Grow and eat your own vaccines?

Grant enables study of plants as mRNA factories

SEPTEMBER 16TH, 2021

AUTHOR: JULES BERNSTEIN September 16, 2021

The future of vaccines may look more like eating a salad than getting a shot in the arm. UC Riverside scientists are studying whether they can turn edible plants like lettuce into mRNA vaccine factories.

researcher in greenhouse

Messenger RNA or mRNA technology, used in COVID-19 vaccines, works by teaching our cells to recognize and protect us against infectious diseases. 

One of the challenges with this new technology is that it must be kept cold to maintain stability during transport and storage. If this new project is successful, plant-based mRNA vaccines — which can be eaten — could overcome this challenge with the ability to be stored at room temperature. 

The project’s goals, made possible by a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, are threefold: showing that DNA containing the mRNA vaccines can be successfully delivered into the part of plant cells where it will replicate, demonstrating the plants can produce enough mRNA to rival a traditional shot, and finally, determining the right dosage. 

“Ideally, a single plant would produce enough mRNA to vaccinate a single person,” said Juan Pablo Giraldo, an associate professor in UCR’s Department of Botany and Plant Sciences who is leading the research, done in collaboration with scientists from UC San Diego and Carnegie Mellon University. 

“We are testing this approach with spinach and lettuce and have long-term goals of people growing it in their own gardens,” Giraldo said. “Farmers could also eventually grow entire fields of it.”

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Chloroplasts (magenta color) in leaves expressing a green fluorescent protein. The DNA encoding for the protein was delivered by targeted nanomaterials without mechanical aid by applying a droplet of the nano-formulation to the leaf surface. (Israel Santana/UCR)

Key to making this work are chloroplasts — small organs in plant cells that convert sunlight into energy the plant can use. “They’re tiny, solar-powered factories that produce sugar and other molecules which allow the plant to grow,” Giraldo said. “They’re also an untapped source for making desirable molecules.”

In the past, Giraldo has shown that it is possible for chloroplasts to express genes that aren’t naturally part of the plant. He and his colleagues did this by sending foreign genetic material into plant cells inside a protective casing. Determining the optimal properties of these casings for delivery into plant cells is a specialty of Giraldo’s laboratory. 

For this project Giraldo teamed up with Nicole Steinmetz, a UC San Diego professor of nanoengineering, to utilize nanotechnologies engineered by her team that will deliver genetic material to the chloroplasts. 

“Our idea is to repurpose naturally occurring nanoparticles, namely plant viruses, for gene delivery to plants,” Steinmetz said. “Some engineering goes into this to make the nanoparticles go to the chloroplasts and also to render them non-infectious toward the plants.”

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Plant viruses provide naturally occurring nanoparticles that are being repurposed for gene delivery into plant cells. (Nicole Steinmetz/UCSD)

For Giraldo, the chance to develop this idea with mRNA is the culmination of a dream. “One of the reasons I started working in nanotechnology was so I could apply it to plants and create new technology solutions. Not just for food, but for high-value products as well, like pharmaceuticals,” Giraldo said. 

Giraldo is also co-leading a related project using nanomaterials to deliver nitrogen, a fertilizer, directly to chloroplasts, where plants need it most. 

[Not to interrupt much, but the application of herbicides has destroyed bacteria that delivered nitrogen to plants over the eons. I cover how that is done very simply. Man has destroyed much of what evolution provided as we have descended into the depths of a nasty chemical world. As a matter of fact, the very organism that destroyed our nitrogen-delivering bacteria was a result of a genetic modification, too.

“The answer is herbicides. It’s easier, cheaper, and more geared towards profit to modify plants so that the herbicides we use don’t kill our crops. There are other reasons, but this is the main one.  The shikimic acid pathway is modified out of plants to allow the herbicide to kill only the weeds with them. Herbicides ingrain themselves into our food and are passed down in our cooking pots.”

Source: Round ’em Up

Process verified by a top research scientist at MIT]

Unfortunately, our nitrogen-delivering bacteria have that same acid pathway.  So the herbicides destroy them, too.  Enter—The Domino Effect. This all sounds like a Monsanto project. They created the problem in the first place. Do they intend to sell us the solution to their pollution?]

Nitrogen is limited in the environment, but plants need it to grow. Most farmers apply nitrogen to the soil. As a result, roughly half of it ends up in groundwater, contaminating waterways, causing algae blooms, and interacting with other organisms. It also produces nitrous oxide, another pollutant. 

This alternative approach would get nitrogen into the chloroplasts through the leaves and control its release, a much more efficient mode of application that could help farmers and improve the environment. 

The National Science Foundation has granted Giraldo and his colleagues $1.6 million to develop this targeted nitrogen delivery technology.

“I’m very excited about all of this research,” Giraldo said. “I think it could have a huge impact on peoples’ lives.”

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Giraldo is teaming up with this person below

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Nicole Steinmetz

Professor, Nanoengineering, UC San Diego

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We may as well showcase Juan Pablo Giraldo

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Juan Pablo Giraldo

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And here’s his research.

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The Giraldo Lab

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How he got where he is today.  Hmmm Harvard.  I wanted to go there as a child.  I took a course at MIT, but had to drop out to care for my brain-damaged children.

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Juan Pablo Giraldo

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Did you notice NOBODY asked any of us if we wanted this to happen?

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Scientists: Edible Plants Being Altered To Carry mRNA Vaccine Payload

POSTED BY: CHRIS MALORE VIA STUDYFINDS SEPTEMBER 21, 2021

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New insights into tomato microRNAs

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Vaccines in Food? UC Riverside Announces New Research on mRNA Veggies

9/24/2021

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MRNA “COVID VACCINE” HIDDEN IN SALAD GREENS!

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Copyright September 2021 by Joyce Bowen

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23 thoughts on “Vaccines in your salad? Scientists growing medicine-filled plants to replace injections

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  1. I could not believe what I was reading when I came upon this several days ago. My gosh these folks are down right evil. Who the hell knows what we eat when we buy from the grocery. This sounds like round up GMO with a new dress. I will eat out of the wild first. Then, one must ask is the wild going to be affected by blowing seeds? If we got rid of these evil people we all may get to live once before we die.

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  2. true. I prepared for this kind of thing over 9 months ago. I haven’t gone to a store since.

    I did call a scientist and tell him he was a murderer after telling him he destroyed my career in genetics and my kids.

    They’ve destroyed everything I loved and I don’t care anymore.

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  3. More harmful GMO crap to come, obviously! (Functionally, the mRNA and GMO techniques goes ‘hand in hand’. Anything can be hidden and difficult/expensive to prove …) How to protect oneself? According to Agenda 2030, seeds will be banned for public sale. This was tried in some [“Democratic”] states in USA last year. Many vegetables are irradiated today (sterilised), just to prevent people to use the seeds.

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    1. We really have to stop these people from finishing us off. It’s more and more obvious this is what they are trying to do. We need to boot all these industries out of the US and go back to the little guy stuff.

      If we have to close our borders to keep them out, so be it.

      Never thought I’d ever be saying these things, but they need to be said.

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      1. Yes, probably. With Trump back in possition, there will be a change, even though he was duped, regarding the fake vaccines. I suppose he has come to senses in that matter by now.

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      2. Don’t be so sure. I am an investigative journalist and an independent voter. As such, I do not get caught up in groupthink.

        Trump might not be the angel you think he is. NESARA/GESARA is the NWO in sheep’s clothing. He just might be Plan B.

        We need to start finding our heroes in the mirror–that’s you.

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      3. Survival of the fittest does suck Joyce. I wish we could live in a kinder world. We don’t. I am not excusing violent criminals behavior. I am not certain President Trump committed any of this. I lived diffrenlty. I saw things in ways maybe you can not understand. Either way. I am not condoning violence of any kind. Yet, I will defend my honor where I stand to the fullest of my abilities. Now, if that is criminals so be it….as long as I survive it. Don’t you live the same?

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      4. What I’m saying is from all my research and studies, he is not your defender. It’s very likely he will put you into the meat-grinder all the same.

        I see evidence of group-think in your thinking. You will defend him to the end until he gives you up.

        It has been publicized he has already embraced NESARA/GESARA. I can tell you in no uncertain terms this is Globalist Plan B. It is nothing more than the NWO in sheep’s clothing, but if you cannot break free of group-think, you will not be able to see it.

        I’m not attacking you–I am merely pointing out what the psychologist in me sees and I see this all the time. The only reason I do not turn my back and walk away is that I consider you to be somewhat of a friend and quite intelligent. It is nearly impossible for a psychologist to break though group-think without some sort of intervention.

        So what about Groupthink?

        The Tavistock Method

        Click to access Banet-Hayden-1977-The-Tavistock-Method.pdf

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      5. Thank you for the compliment. Group think is complicated. I live in Ohio. I was here when it all began with Epstein and all of his friends. I lived some of maybe what you have read. I consider you an ally. These things never will belong in any forum for I lived these days as a young girl. President Trump truly through his show apprentice helped me to learn to think again after a traumatic brain injury. Truly I could care less about what he has done. I only care about what he does. And, what he may do for we are living in a time like none other. I learned from him. It was quality thinking. You say so yourself. I am intelligent. When I was 25 I did not know who my president was. Thank you Joyce.

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