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Biological Warfare Thread Strelok 12/05/2020 (Sat) 23:51:38 No.10356
A thread dedicated to biological warfare, whether it's discussion of how the settlers intentionally handed smallpox-ridden blankets to shitty Natives, Poland mixing rabies-infected saliva on their arrows, Emperor Barbarossa poisoning the well water, Napolean flooding Italy to spread Malaria, the CSA secretly selling Yellow Fever-ridden clothes to the Union, the USSR developing Marburg-sama, or Mongols chucking diseased animal carcasses over the ramparts of cities and castles under siege. A thread dedicated to all things biological and /k/.
>>11013 >>11014 Okay lol seeing as you so strongly believe in (((modern science))) take your vaccine then retarded cattle. Become sterile at the hands of literal jews who cooked this strange new concoction up at Pzifer.
>>11297 Jay Jay the Jet Plane.
>>11428 >Oral infection Just say you're doing an oral drug test and put the bacteria on the mouth swab. >>11425 HIV is not a very efficient disease these days. It's only deadly if you don't have access to relatively cheap chemical cocktails.
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>>11434 Okay, Boomer.
Coronavirus: Spain to keep registry of those who refuse Covid vaccine https://archive.vn/N6EMG >Spain is to set up a registry of people who refuse to be vaccinated against coronavirus and share it with other European Union nations, the health minister has said. Salvador Illa said the list would not be made accessible to the public or to employers. He said the way to defeat the virus was "to vaccinate all of us - the more the better". >Spain has been one of the countries in Europe worst affected by the virus. It is currently rolling out the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine which was approved for EU member states last week. >In an interview with La Sexta television on Monday, Mr Illa emphasised that vaccination would not be mandatory. "What will be done is a registry, which will be shared with our European partners... of those people who have been offered it and have simply rejected it," he said. "It is not a document which will be made public and it will be done with the utmost respect for data protection." He added: "People who are offered a therapy that they refuse for any reason, it will be noted in the register... that there is no error in the system, not to have given this person the possibility of being vaccinated." >According to a recent poll, the number of Spanish citizens who have said they will not take the vaccine has fallen to 28% from 47% in November.In other comments on Monday, Mr Illa said people would be contacted by regional authorities when it was their turn to be inoculated. "People who decide not to get vaccinated, which we think is a mistake, are within their rights," he told reporters. "We are going to try to solve doubts. Getting vaccinated saves lives, it is the way out of this pandemic." >The number of people who have died from Covid-19 in Spain rose above the 50,000 mark on Monday. The country has registered more than 1.8 million infections during the pandemic. Spain is under a nationwide curfew, between 23:00 and 06:00, until early May. In many places, people are only allowed out in that period to go to work, buy medicine, or to care for elderly people or children. Regional leaders can modify curfew times and can also close regional borders for travel. I'm positively sure they could have chosen some other method that doesn't have such a dystopian ring to it. It's like they want to fuel conspiracy theories.
>>11486 I'm certainly wary even if i have nothing against vaccines. >It's like they want to fuel conspiracy theories. Maybe they're just having some fun. t.anon in Spain
https://forum.cartridgecollectors.org/t/sintered-bullets/10656/22 https://archive.vn/wip/aOVT4 >A variety of sintered bullets were produced by or for the Special Operations Division of the Bio weapons section at Ft. Detrick prior to 1970. These were produced with a variety of bio test simulants to determine the possibility of attack using pistol caliber weapons. Some of these were done in .45 auto. >They worked quite well with various agents. The problem as with all of this material is the contamination of the user. That was never answered with this type of ammo. They were made in various calibers; 45acp,9mm,32 Tokarev,32acp,25acp and 22rf. >A 22 with certain agents could contaminate an entire warehouse, with ONE bullet. All of this research stopped in 1970 when Nixon killed all of the “offensive” bio weapons programs at Ft. Detrick. Today the programs there are defensive. >Not really possible to get too deep into this as BIO/CHEM has a very tight and touchy lid on it. >However , most of the individual use BIO weapons developed at Ft.D. posed no risk to the user. >None have ever been declassified and my request to write about this along with the late Gerald Yonetz ( head of hardware development for SOD , Ft.D.) was met with a solid NO as was our manuscript of his biography. He was a long time IAA member and collector. >The problem with the sintered bullet was that it had to be coated and at that time (before 1970) a suitable coating which would withstand use had not been developed. >Even though they were designed for single shot use they had to survive transport for loading into a cartridge case, actual loading , packing , transport to use location and transport to weapon for firing. No coating of the time worked. Temperature,bumps and bruises all were killers in that program. With BIO agents there is no room for error. A micro crack in the coating would be fatal in most agents being considered. >Other BIO small arms projectiles had the agent well sealed by existing technology.
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>>11486 >"What will be done is a registry" >"with the utmost respect for data protection." the fucking EU putting their goycattle on a list for wrongact but rest assured your privacy will be honored
>>11481 Have fun freezing your sperm retard
>>10501 Thank God, I left for months over that shit. Can't talk about corona/the riots? Bullshit.
>>11542 >left for months >missed the entire shitshow and the peace conference
>>11540 >>11434 Are the vaccines that are used in America diffrent from The ones used in EU? Because I'm scared t. europoor
>>11546 Grow a pair. Just don't take it.
>>11546 Don't be afraid. Don't take their kike garbage.
>>11546 Germany care home workers accidentally given five times normal dose of Covid vaccine >Germany’s Covid-19 vaccine campaign got off to a bumpy start on Sunday after eight workers at a retirement home were accidentally given five times the normal first dose of the jab each. >Four of the employees of the care home were admitted to hospital after developing mild flu-like symptoms while others were sent home, although none has yet experienced significant ill effects. >“I deeply regret the incident. This individual case is due to individual errors. I hope that all those affected do not experience any serious side-effects,” district chief Stefan Kerth said in a statement. >The care home workers, one man and seven women, were between 38 and 54 years old and amongst the first in the country to receive their first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. >The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, developed in less than a year, is designed to be administered in two shots and is delivered in vials that each contain five doses once diluted. https://web.archive.org/web/20201229112136/https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/germany-care-home-vaccine-five-dose-b1779868.html Vaccinated U.S. nurse contracts COVID-19, expert says Pfizer shot needed more time to work - ABC >A nurse in California tested positive for COVID-19 more than a week after receiving Pfizer Inc's vaccine, an ABC News affiliate reported bit.ly/2L8iBel on Tuesday, but a medical expert and the U.S. drug maker said the body needs more time to build up protection. >Pfizer “will review all available information on this case and all reports of any confirmed diagnosis following vaccination,” the drug maker said in a statement to Reuters. >“Based on our Phase 3 safety and efficacy study, the vaccine provides some protection against COVID-19 within about 10 days of the first dose and substantially boosted after the second dose, supporting the need for a 2-dose vaccination series”, it said. https://web.archive.org/web/20201231053501/https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-usa-vaccine-idUSKBN2940QL
>>11564 https://www.thedailybeast.com/employee-intentionally-ruined-500-doses-of-covid-vaccine-aurora-medical-center-in-grafton-says https://archive.is/iF0ae >More than 500 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine that were discarded from a Wisconsin hospital earlier this week after being left out of a refrigerator were “intentionally” ruined by a now-former employee. Advocate Aurora Health released a statement late Wednesday confirming that an internal review revealed the mishap at the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton was not simply an “inadvertent human error.” “The individual in question today acknowledged that they intentionally removed the vaccine from refrigeration. We have notified appropriate authorities for further investigation,” the statement read, adding that the employee has since been fired. The boomer resistance has begun.
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Is he right Streloks? Many front-line workers refuse Covid vaccines as distribution rollout struggles About 50 percent of workers in California’s Riverside County have refused to take the vaccine, along with 60 percent of nursing home staff in Ohio. >A large percentage of front-line workers in hospitals and nursing homes have refused to take the Covid-19 vaccine, a hurdle for public health officials as the country struggles to roll out inoculations around the country. >About 50 percent of front-line workers in California’s Riverside County have refused to take the vaccine, Riverside Public Health Director Kim Saruwatari told The Los Angeles Times on Thursday. California is currently overwhelmed with cases as hospital staff in Southern California face a shortage of intensive-care units and have created makeshift units. >About 2 in 10 Americans are certain they will not change their mind about refusing the vaccine, according to data from the Pew Research Center. And 62 percent said they would be uncomfortable being among the first to receive the vaccine. >Anecdotally, an estimated 60 percent of Ohio nursing home employees have refused the vaccine already, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said during a news briefing Wednesday. It's a stark contrast to the number of nursing home residents who have taken the vaccine when offered, which DeWine guessed to be about 85 percent. >“We’re not going to make them, but we wish we had a higher compliance,” DeWine said. “And our message today is: The train may not be coming back for awhile. We’re going to make it available to everyone eventually, but this is the opportunity for you, and you should really think about getting it.” >Rollout for the vaccine has already been met with several logistical hurdles as only 2.6 million people have been vaccinated as of Wednesday. A review by NBC News of earlier data Tuesday found that at the current rate, it would take almost 10 years to inoculate enough Americans to get the pandemic under control. >It’s unclear how refusal by essential workers, who are prioritized to receive the vaccine in the first phase of administration, could further hamper the distribution efforts. https://web.archive.org/web/20201231224148/https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/many-frontline-workers-refuse-covid-19-vaccines-distribution-rollout-struggles-n1252617
>>11584 >Is he right Streloks? I don't see how this is supposed to work. It massacred the chinks in Wuhan, but then it seems like that the mutated versions coming out from there were significantly less deadly. And statistically speaking it is more dangerous to niggers than to anybody else. I don't see how and why would it suddenly start targeting the Hwite Man, especially because I can't imagine how it could have a ˝programmed mutation˝. Maybe if they released an artificial strain, but that would be quite less effective now that all people are familiar with the arcane arts of wearing masks and washing hands.
>>11587 >It massacred the chinks in Wuhan Lol if you still are falling for chink psyops from a year ago
>>11546 The latest update: the EU has no vaccine because Macron wanted to source from French manufacturers instead of American, German, or British, and the French manufacturer Sanofi's vaccine failed in trials. You're safe for now.
>Covid-19 pandemic 'caused by separate outbreaks' around the world, China was just the first to report – Chinese FM >separate outbreaks separate The likelihood for such an "unfortunate" chain of events occuring naturally is nill I'd guess, no? If true this is basically confirmation for a bioweapon. https://www.rt.com/news/511393-china-coronavirus-origins-wang/
>>11624 Even then, it would be a bioweapon of Chinese origins due to the genetic lineage.
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1-800-FUCK-WHY UK scientists worried vaccines may not work on S.African coronavirus variant - ITV >LONDON - Scientists are not fully confident that COVID-19 vaccines will work on a new variant of the coronavirus found in South Africa, ITV’s political editor said on Monday, citing an unidentified scientific adviser to the British government. >Both Britain and South Africa have discovered new, more infectious variants in the coronavirus in recent weeks that have driven a surge in cases. British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Monday he was now very worried about the strand found in South Africa. >Scientists including BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin and John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford, have said they are testing the vaccines on the new variants and say they could make any required tweaks in around six weeks. >“According to one of the government’s scientific advisers, the reason for Matt Hancock’s ‘incredible worry’ about the South African COVID-19 variant is that they are not as confident the vaccines will be as effective against it as they are for the UK’s variant,” ITV political editor Robert Peston said. >Public Health England said there was currently no evidence to suggest that vaccines will not be effective against the new strain. The health ministry did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the report. >The world’s richest countries have started vaccinating their populations to safeguard against a virus that has killed 1.8 million people and crushed the global economy. >There are currently 60 vaccine candidates in trials, including those that are already being rolled out from AstraZeneca and Oxford, Pfizer and BioNTech, Moderna, Russia’s Sputnik V and China’s Sinopharm. >That has helped to lift global financial markets, but the discovery of the new variants has raised fresh alarm. >Scientists say the new South African variant has multiple mutations in the important “spike” protein that the virus uses to infect human cells. >It has also been associated with a higher viral load, meaning a higher concentration of virus particles in patients’ bodies, possibly contributing to higher levels of transmission. >Oxford’s Bell, who advises the government’s vaccine task force, said on Sunday he thought vaccines would work on the British variant but said there was a “big question mark” as to whether they would work on the South African variant. https://web.archive.org/web/20210104110540/https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-health-coronavirus-britain-south-afri-idUSKBN2990T2 Second-dose delay will lead to virus adaptation >1) If we want to generate difficult viral escape mutants in the lab (e.g. for epitope mapping), we subject the virus to low antibody pressure and then slowly move up. A little bit like after one vaccine dose. I think it would be good to give the second dose as soon as possible. >2) I don't know if 12 weeks is going to be a huge issue, but that time frame should be minimized as much as possible. Also, there are good reasons for giving the second dose. It is likely that the second dose is needed to generate long lived and strong immunity. >3) But it will likely also drive affinity maturation of antibodies. This will make the antibodies stronger, and potentially will allow them to better cope with new variants. >4) It also depends on how much virus is circulating. If virus circulation is low, the 12 week window might not be a big problem. But if virus circulation is sky high (like right now in the UK), it is not a good idea. My 2 cents. https://archive.is/IJUTl
>>11670 Fantastic. And by now I know that don't even have to worry about starving to death due to problems with international supply chains as long as I manage to find a job so that I can buy food, therefore I can just watch this damned world burn.
>>11545 Yeah, sounds like I missed some shit; I've been watching crypto too closely lately. I'd appreciate a summary though fren.
>>11688 Here's the basic gestalt >>10714
>>11690 Also you can see the pre-/k/atasprophe in the old /100rads/ thread starting around here: >>9764 I wasn't sure if the posts were still around after the interim BO (the spook) deleted the board. It was already agreed to open up the America/Europe thread before the board was reassigned and the shit hit the fan.
>>11388 The chinks allegedly can sterilize a woman with a single injection, or at least that's what the stories from Xinjiang claim. Is that realistic, or is it just the media being the media?
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All this talk about the burgers and europoors taking the vaccine made me wonder something. Are the chinks taking the vaccine?
>>>/fascist/19304 To be perfectly honest, that board is crawling with redditniggers and cuckchanners, but I'm not the kind of person who'd just copypaste a whole post.
>>12134 >trying to D&C again
>>12133 They've been giving it to Brazilians, Indonesians, and Turks. 50% efficacy but it keeps you out of the hospital. However they had 1000 cases of the UK mutant and 1 death so they seem to be avoiding it themselves.
>>12134 >22-50% of RNA is fragmented and will encode other proteins than intended (could make you infertile) Absolute horse shit unless by some "fuck you" of God, the cells it's injected into get cancer and start to propagate exponentially fast, in which case you have more to worry about than infertility. >no data available regarding reproductive organs, if some side effects arise, then they will start testing on animals to see if the concern is plausible in a later stage Because anything affecting reproductive organs due to immune response is fairly rare unless you're injecting it into the person's genitals/anus. >production: different colored batches are of different quality (or RNA integrity), this has to be kept secret from the public This is probably because: A) They can't make it in the correct quantities at the highest qualities and thus downgrade the quality a bit to make it economically feasible, handing out the highest quality (most expensive) shit to the rich/powerful/important skillholders (such as medical workers) of society. And B) They're testing the threshold of what different qualities of the vaccine will do in a sample group, that way even if it's not economically feasible, they can at least admit it and still have collected important research data since the folks who get vaccines are the folks who will go the hospital early on in any adverse scenario.
>>12101 India has developed a special polymer that they inject into a guy's nutsack that effectively uses a natural electro-chemical process to strip the tails off of sperm while letting the fluid pass through so the guy doesn't go sterile (they even have a reverse procedure though obviously it's more expensive). In theory the tubes they inject it into are around the same size as the fallopian tubes, so I suppose it probably could be used in that manner if injected carefully into the right spot by a specialized practitioner. That being said, unless they're injecting the woman with a virus or STD that makes them infertile, there's nothing they could inject to make her infertile that also wouldn't cause horrible (likely fatal) effects on the body in the doses needed to make her infertile. A more likely answer is that perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) have been used around the households due to being cheap even if toxic, and PFCs are known to make women infertile. Bringing teflon cookware, PFC-containing food wrapping, PFC carpet treatments (aren't Muslims big on carpets or something?), and PFC containing shampoos to the region due to being cheap would probably have a pretty big impact on a woman's fertility, making her an old hag menstrually by the time she's 25 or so (and with people worldwide marrying late "older" that issue is becoming a bigger deal).
>>11546 wikipedo has a list of Covid-19 vaccines https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_vaccine#Vaccines_development_status i wouldn't take any of the mRNA vaccines. DNA/RNA based vaccines haven't been widely used on humans before and many companies halted the development of DNA/RNA vaccines before Covid-19 at least partly because of adverse effects (there is a concern that DNA/RNA vaccines might cause auto-immune reactions) why are the Big Pharma companies using an experimental and potentially unsafe vaccination technology if there is "a dangerous pandemic" atm? probably because it's faster and cheaper to mass-produce DNA and RNA vaccines than traditional vaccines.
>>12140 It's more like it's physically impossible to make a traditional viral/modified viral vaccine in under 2 years because you need at least that long to breed the virus into a state where whether blended up or whole, it can't naturally reproduce in the conditions of a body. Then you still have medical trials at that point.
>>12141 >University of Oxford, AstraZeneca, CEPI <Modified chimpanzee adenovirus vector >Gamaleya Research Institute of Epidemiology and Microbiology (Sputnik V) <Non-replicating viral vector (adenovirus) >Sinovac (CoronaVac) <inactivated SARS-CoV-2 >Sinopharm: Beijing Institute of Biological Products, Wuhan Institute of Biological Products <Inactivated SARS-CoV-2 (vero cells) >Bharat Biotech, Indian Council of Medical Research <Inactivated SARS-CoV-2 >State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology VECTOR <Vaccine based on peptide antigens >CanSino Biologics, Beijing Institute of Biotechnology of the Academy of Military Medical Sciences <Recombinant adenovirus type 5 vector source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_vaccine#Authorized_and_approved_vaccines
>>12142 Note: they used tissue from aborted fetuses throughout the development of the Oxford vaccine, so if you're a moralfag you might second-guess yourself for taking it.
>>12143 I just want to point out that some other vaccines actually contain cells from a fetus: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MRC-5 and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_fetal_tissue_in_vaccine_development
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>>12142 >Sinopharm: Beijing Institute of Biological Products, Wuhan Institute of Biological Products
>>12142 I would not trust any adenovirus used to be effective due to how fast Corona mutates. They probably just loaded a "base" variant of a traditional adenovirus vaccine with Corona RNA particles which would make them "effective" at fighting those specific RNA strands, but overall about as worthless as an annual flu shot. It's a stop-gap measure at best. >Inactivated SARS-CoV-2 I would have to look into what they actually mean by inactivated, but again it sounds like they took the SARS vaccine and loaded it full of Corona RNA similar to the adenovirus vaccine. Again, this will help flatten the curve, but it's about as effective as a flu shot because it's not a full viral load but rather a different base virus already converted into a test specimen in the past that they are injecting Corona particulate into in an attempt to get the body to latch onto those Corona-specific sequences, which can have nasty side-effects without necessarily being effective if the body doesn't latch onto those RNA sequences when reacting to it. >Vaccine based on peptide antigens Realistically the safest short-term option since peptides are just protein signatures for the body to react to, but you certainly won't get me lining up to take it since peptides can just as easily be used to fuck with your hormones or other shit, and I doubt it's received the level of scrutiny a peptide-based solution should require.
Ah right, point being, none of those disproved my claim that it would take two years to develop a proper viral vaccine. Those are all "shortcuts" that while they could work, are not analogous to a full viral load vaccine, but rather precursors or "hot fixes" using similar pathways. They're either ineffective or playing with fire doing that shit.
>>12199 Nanomachines?
>>12210 >Nanomachines? What about them? They don't exist in any functional capacity that can reach those who make less than seven figures.
Last I heard there was no true isolate of Sars-CoV-II. This, from a court case in Ireland recently.
>>12252 Correct. They're using the Chinese-released genome that was allegedly isolated and then implanting it into other Coronavirus strains that were prepared years ago for lab use, IIRC. Coronaviruses themselves are not all that uncommon (they're viruses grouped together because they have the same "spiky ball" structure), they just tend to either not infect humans or not cause the levels of damage that the current strains are causing.
Are 3M P100 filters effective against CBRN threats or just industrial gasses?
>>12243 >They don't exist in any functional capacity that can reach those who make less than seven figures. >he doesn't know that all life is nano machines >he doesn't know that we're the grey goo >he doesn't know that all biotech is creating and modifying nano machines The real mind fuck is that the common viruses shrug off are likely remnants of the last civilization's bio-war. Finno-Korean Hyperwar was real.

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