The US government has been fighting against the spread of smallpox outbreaks since the 1980’s. Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to stop the outbreak.
I’ve seen other posters stating that there’s no evidence of any vaccine ever having come out that killed a civilian, or even exposed the human. I’ve seen many people saying that they wouldn’t have seen a vaccine coming out of the US if they hadn’t been exposed to it.
The death of a human has been reported from a vaccine trial in the US. One case of a vaccine-caused mutation in a human has been reported.
I would like to make it clear that I am not defending the safety of vaccines. There is no evidence that any vaccine ever has been shown to cause a genetic mutation in a human. In fact, the case report I found says that the mutation was a non-lethal one that did not cause any obvious symptoms.
A lot of people are unaware of the possible effects the vaccine can produce in humans. But the question is how? It is true that if a vaccine doesn’t cause a genetic mutation in humans, then they should be put into the vaccine. If a vaccine causes a genetic mutation in humans, then they should be given the possibility of a vaccine that could also cause a genetic mutation in humans.
Well it’s been a lot of years since we got the notion that genetic mutations might be a big thing, so it’s probably a good idea to review the idea of mutations with a little bit of knowledge about our bodies. Of course, this doesn’t mean that genetic mutations are the real issue here. It’s more like how I don’t understand that the fact that the vaccine might be a non-lethal mutation is not a bad thing.
Genetic mutations are a fairly new idea and the idea is one that has been around since the dawn of time. The idea was first suggested by the German scientist Alexander von Humboldt in 1824. Humboldt suggested that there might be a way to cure a disease with a poison so that its only harmful after it has been injected into a human body.
The idea has been around for some time, but it’s only now that we are learning more about the science behind mutation. And since the idea itself has been around for a while, the technology involved is quite similar to that of a gun. The first version of the vaccine that we are shown in the trailer is the “immunization” which is a bit of a misnomer. Genetic mutations need to be injected into a person, not injected into their body.
The first vaccine, the one that we see, is actually in the form of a vaccine designed to attack a specific virus and then spread it to other people who then get sick.
Here’s where it gets a little weird. The vaccine is given right after the mutation, but since this vaccine is designed to spread, it is given to everyone in the town. As in, everyone who is in the town at the time. There are no vaccinations before this, since there is no virus in the vaccine that can spread.