(The Israelis may have found an effective treatment for the Wuhan Flu, and therefore maybe a lot of other things, that won’t require an experimental mRNA injection that causes your body to make disease proteins)
The EXO-CD24 substance was developed at the Ichilov Medical Centre in Tel Aviv and successfully completed its first phase of clinical trials on Friday.
The treatment was given to 30 patients with coronavirus, whose conditions ranged from moderate to severe.
Twenty-nine of the patients were then discharged from the hospital in the following three to five days, while one patient took slightly longer to recover.
A protein known as CD24 is delivered to the lungs by exosomes in the drug, which helps to rebalance the immune system and prevent it from overreacting to the virus.
Professor Nadir Arber originally designed EXO-CD24, which is breathed in as a gas and taken once every five days, in order to treat patients who had ovarian cancer.
2. Donald J. Trump is on GAB. He posted three days ago and about three hours ago today.
His impeachment defense brief is there.
3. The Freedom Coalition grows:
— Randy Hillier (@randyhillier) February 8, 2021
And look at what happens when people stick up for their most basic rights!
Alberta restaurants and bars can open today; not because we hit some pre-planned magical threshold of Covid cases or hospitalization; but because brave business owners across the province had already started re-opening in defiance of nonsense restrictions.
Resist the Lockdowns pic.twitter.com/hkzWe2e8j0
— Michael Thomlinson (@miket136) February 8, 2021
The Rebel thinks this is why Alberta yielded
4. Reluctantly, material on the Crucifixion of President Trump onCapitol Hill
The sheriff of a small city in Florida warned on Monday that hackers had tried to poison its water.
Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said Oldsmar’s water treatment system, which serves roughly 15,000 people, was accessed, presumably over the internet, by someone who had hoped to flood the supply with levels of sodium hydroxide more than 100 times the normal amount.
The miscreant gained access to remote-control software TeamViewer that was running on a PC at the plant, the sheriff told Reuters, and used that machine to ultimately attempt to jack up the levels of sodium hydroxide.
In small amounts, the chemical – better known as lye – helps raise the pH of the water, reducing its acidity, and minimize the amount of lead and other heavy metals dissolving into the water. In higher concentrations, it can cause, in mild cases, skin and eye irritation; in more severe cases, burns and scarring.
6. Speaking of major acts of sabotage:
A group of almost 200 British academics from more than a dozen UK universities could face jail, as officials probe whether they may have unwittingly helped the Chinese government build weapons of mass destruction.
Officials are investigating the academics amid suspicion they may have breached laws designed to protect national security and human rights.
The academics, who are from 20 UK universities, including some of the most prestigious in the country, are suspected of breaching the Export Control Order 2008.
The law carries a maximum 10 year prison sentence for those who breach it.
It is intended to prevent intellectual property in highly sensitive fields – including military and security – from being sent to hostile states.
Pioneering technology on aircraft, missile design and cyberweapons may have been sent to China, according to the Times.
Officials are preparing to send around 200 enforcement notices to those suspected of breaching the rules, the reports add, though this has since been denied by a Government source.
Meanwhile, a source told the Times: ‘We could be seeing dozens of academics in courts before long.
Thank you M., Wrath of Khan, Johnny U., Yucki, Malca, PC., EB., ML. and MANY more who’s noses are all too familiar with the feel of a grindstone. You have all our gratitude.