Mike Yeadon in summary:
(On comments to that the 'virus' is a false narrative or unreal in terms of actual science).
Rhys Jaggar Reply to mgeo
How do you ‘spread the spike protein’ if it is not part of a virus?
You can’t. You can only spread infectious agents, you could give mass exposures of liposomes containing spike protein, I guess.
But you can’t spread spike protein between people if there isn’t an infectious agent doing the spreading.
I have never come across a virus in biological terms.
I have experienced periods of sickness that may serve positive function despite discomfort and fear - or because of such - which an elitist priesthood assigns to a 'virus' that is intrinsically associated with official dia-gnosis and treatment regimes™.
Shock also starts as an spike that then (if not re-triggered) calms down to a more practical relational response.
We largely don't realise that we package fear to narratives, myths and meanings that internally structure subsequent perception and response, such that a state of fear can be a 'normal' running.
I see nanotech being made in labs, that is combined with hydrogels and proteins.
There is a particular snip from latest Kaufman and Cowan that shows Defence imperatives for such tech overriding all else...
I don't promote fear, so much as recognising internal or hidden structures or devices that both feed fear and feed on it.