Operation Disclosure Compilation of Articles — August 25, 2020
[OpDis Editor Note: Today’s compilation of handpicked articles that may spark your interest. ] August 25, 2020 Plandemic II: Indocto…
[OpDis Editor Note: Today’s compilation of handpicked articles that may spark your interest.]
August 25, 2020
Plandemic II: Indoctornation (FULL MOVIE)
Expert in civilization collapse warns transgender mutilation of children is the FINAL sign of cultural decline
Nebulized Steroids (Budesonide) talk with Dr. Richard Bartlette
Mobeen Syed with Richard Bartlett, August 1, 2020
Dr. Richard Bartlett has over 28 years of experience as a general practitioner and in emergency care settings.
His excellence in general medicine in underserved areas came to the attention of Governor Rick Perry who appointed Dr. Bartlett to the newly-formed Texas Health Disparities Taskforce.
The Taskforce members served as subject matter experts and as an advisory body, providing recommendations to the Governor to increase the quality of care for all Texans. Originally a two year appointment, Dr. Bartlett was asked to remain on the Taskforce for seven years and received a Meritorious Service Award from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.
Dr. Bartlett’s peers in West Texas elected him to serve as the Ector County Medical Society President for four consecutive terms.
Dr. Bartlett served for over 20 years as the local CBS medical expert for the Permian Basin…
Firefighter ends mask debate once and for all.
Quantum Dots Deliver Vaccines and Invisibly Encode Vaccination History in Skin
Science Translational Medicine 18 Dec 2019: Vol. 11, Issue 523, eaay7162
Accurate medical recordkeeping is a major challenge in many low-resource settings where well-maintained centralized databases do not exist, contributing to 1.5 million vaccine-preventable deaths annually. Here, we present an approach to encode medical history on a patient using the spatial distribution of biocompatible, near-infrared quantum dots (NIR QDs) in the dermis. QDs are invisible to the naked eye yet detectable when exposed to NIR light. QDs with a copper indium selenide core and aluminum-doped zinc sulfide shell were tuned to emit in the NIR spectrum by controlling stoichiometry and shelling time. The formulation showing the greatest resistance to photobleaching after simulated sunlight exposure (5-year equivalence) through pigmented human skin was encapsulated in microparticles for use in vivo. In parallel, microneedle geometry was optimized in silico and validated ex vivo using porcine and synthetic human skin. QD-containing microparticles were then embedded in dissolvable microneedles and administered to rats with or without a vaccine. Longitudinal in vivo imaging using a smartphone adapted to detect NIR light demonstrated that microneedle-delivered QD patterns remained bright and could be accurately identified using a machine learning algorithm 9 months after application. In addition, codelivery with inactivated poliovirus vaccine produced neutralizing antibody titers above the threshold considered protective. These findings suggest that intradermal QDs can be used to reliably encode information and can be delivered with a vaccine, which may be particularly valuable in the developing world and open up new avenues for decentralized data storage and biosensing.
Rabbi Says “99.999% of World’s Population Is Garbage” – Only jews Matter
The Rothschild19 Virus – A Synopsis
HR 6666 and Patent WO202060606: First Legislative Effort to Codify CV Response