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Immune Neuroplasticity (Power Within) is Weakened by Vaccines and Drugs (Power Without): Mitochondrial Sink Holes, Genomic Destabilization and Immune Disorders---Hypothesis

Version 1 : Received: 21 February 2021 / Approved: 23 February 2021 / Online: 23 February 2021 (07:59:36 CET)

How to cite: Khatami, M. Immune Neuroplasticity (Power Within) is Weakened by Vaccines and Drugs (Power Without): Mitochondrial Sink Holes, Genomic Destabilization and Immune Disorders---Hypothesis . Preprints 2021, 2021020499 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202102.0499.v1). Khatami, M. Immune Neuroplasticity (Power Within) is Weakened by Vaccines and Drugs (Power Without): Mitochondrial Sink Holes, Genomic Destabilization and Immune Disorders---Hypothesis . Preprints 2021, 2021020499 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202102.0499.v1).

Abstract

A parallel between defense powers of sovereign nations and effective immunity that guards health is relevant to demonstrate vulnerability of immune system under external forces (vaccines, drugs). History demonstrated that sovereignty (power within) of small nations often threatened or destroyed by military might of powerful nations (power without) who use false-flags and propaganda for motives that are financial-control-driven. Similarly, we propose that body’s complex immune neuroplasticity (power within, adaptive, horizontal) is stretched-thin and weakened by the external forces, particularly by vaccination of the unborn/newborn or immune-compromised individuals. Validity of genomics (innate, perpendicular) as origins of ‘hereditary’ diseases (eg, allergies, diabetes, cancers) that for a century dominated research and treatment is also challenged. In conclusion, we propose that the pressure/power from within creates life with potential to sustain health, while the pressure/power from without, weaken and destroy life.

Subject Areas

Acute and Chronic Inflammation; Bioenergetics; Constituent and Inducible Receptors; Fetus; Genomics; Glycolysis; Immunity; Immune compromised; Immune disorders; Infant; Inheritance; Mitochondrial; Newborn; Placenta; Power within; Power without; Sovereignty; Throphoblast; Tumorigenesis; Tumoricidal; Vaccines; Yin-Yang

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