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"I am convinced that immunizing young #children [] will lead to a tsunami of #autoimmune diseases." - Dr Geert Vanden Bossche, virologist

Don't think for 1 sec. that the #pharmaceutical industry is unaware of the implications as outlined by V. Bossche.

#Immunity-As-A-Service
"We cannot, we should not, under NO condition, vaccinate any child." - Dr Geert Vanden Bossche, #virologist

COVID-19 Vaccine Risks in #children - Geert Vanden Bossche speaks

Full presentation:

April 10, 2019: "Why Are #Autoimmune Diseases on the Rise?"

"It’s not so much our cleanliness but our increasingly #industrial lifestyle that is blocking the intake of these important #microorganisms."

elemental.medium.com/autoimmunity-i…
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 07/06/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/07/06/dai…
Particulate organic matter as a functional soil component for persistent soil organic carbon

nature.com/articles/s4146…

#ParticulateOrganicMatter #SoilCarbon #microorganisms
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My name is Fancy and I'm taking part in the #GlobalScienceShow
Today I'm going to show you some of my #SciArt works combining industrial design to communicate science!

Check @GlobalSciShow and follow for the whole show ✨🔬✏️👋🏽

#scicomm #comunicacienciachile #industrialdesign
I’ve always been passionate about #science but I also loved #art and wanted to create products, so I studied #industrialdesign, art and #architecure and now I use different techniques & disciplines I’ve learned to express ideas and to explore new ways to communicate science
#IndustrialDesign is a PROCESS OF DESIGN applied to products where design precedes manufacture. Is the #creative act of determining & defining a product's form and features and as an applied art focuses on a combination of aesthetics, user, form, function & physical ergonomics
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 02/12/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/02/12/dai…
Large-scale commodity farming accelerating climate change in the Amazon

phys.org/news/2021-02-l…

#ClimateChange #forest #farm
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Hola! my name is Ale (they/she) and I'm taking part in the #GlobalScienceShow
Today I'll be showing you some of my works about my exploration of the microbial world with drawings! 🦠
Check @GlobalSciShow to follow the whole show🤩

#scicomm #divulgarciencia #comunicacienciachile
I did my PhD in marine #microbiology and now I draw #scicomm comics/zines and cartoons (and a tiny bit of animations) in Spanish&English, to highlight the diversity of the microbial world 🦠and people in STEM✨,
including #queerinstem #bipocinstem
Here a bio-reel👇🏾
The big majority of planet is microscopic and they have a key role in the ecosystem, biogeochemical cycles and evolution of living organisms! 🦠
Our microbial world is huge and amazing!🤩
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Just published: Team uses mNGS + culture-based techniques + negative controls 👉 Identify fungi + bacteria in complex communities in the first pass meconium (stool) of infants☝️Indicates that the neonatal gut microbiome starts to form in the womb: biorxiv.org/content/10.110…
2/2 The organisms they identified colonizing the fetal #intestine prior to birth 👉 were identified in the meconium of both term-born and #preterm newborns☝️And machine learning suggested that #fungal gut communities develop in complexity w/ advancing gestational age at birth.
3/3 Quote from paper 👉 “The demonstration of live #microorganisms in the #newborn gut represents a monumental shift from the sterile #womb hypothesis that dominated perinatal biology for the last century...”
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Incredibly important hypothesis piece published today 👉 “Proposed here is a theory that #microorganisms from within the #brain and elsewhere in the body contribute to the long-term #neurological deterioration characteristic of traumatic brain injury”: sciencedirect.com/science/articl…
From paper 👉 1. “First, since the normal human #brain is not sterile, but is host to a variety of microorganisms, blows to the #skull may dislodge them from their accustomed local environments, in which they have been living in quiet equilibrium with neighboring #brain cells”
2. “2nd, upon impact commensal #microbes already resident on surfaces of the nose, mouth + eyes, and potentially harmful organisms from the environment, may gain access to the #brain through the distal ends of the olfactory + optic #nerves or even a disrupted blood-brain barrier”
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This paper summarizes a wealth of studies which show a growing link b/t #periodontal (oral) pathogens and systemic diseases 👉 ...including cardiovascular disease, GI #cancers, diabetes, Alzheimer’s and (very importantly!) adverse pregnancy outcomes: sciencedirect.com/science/articl… Image
For example 👉 “Respiratory #pathogens isolated from dental plaque and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid from the same patients...were shown to be genetically the same, which reinforces the view that #dental plaque could serve as a significant reservoir for #respiratory pathogens”
Or this study 👉 in which oral pathogen F. nucleatum was found in higher numbers in human #colonic adenomas relative to surrounding tissues and in #stool samples from patients with colorectal carcinoma: sciencedirect.com/science/articl… Image
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Thanks to everyone who alerted me abt this study! 👉 Oral #pathogen p. gingivalis + the toxic enzymes (gingipains) it creates...were identified in the #Alzheimer’s brain☝️P. gingivitis was also found in the #spinal fluid of living people with Alzheimer’s
Cortexyme (the company doing the #Alzheimer’s trial) also developed molecules that block p. gingivalis gingipains 👉 Giving these molecules to mice reduced their #infections, halted #amyloid production + lowered brain inflammation ☝️(Very cool new #treatment possibility!)
One thing: As interesting as the findings are, I suspect p. gingivalis is just one of several #microorganisms that may “work together” to drive #Alzheimer’s pathology 👉 (In other words I still think infection in Alzheimer’s is #polymicrobial)
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