Hmmm. Process of making vaccines causes flu viruses to mutate


#1

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171030134625.htm


#2

So, I guess after years of using these production methods, and injecting the results into humans, would not only make them less effective in preventing flu, but would give rise to the possibility of dangerous strains popping up out of nowhere creating an outbreak?

Isn’t if funny how humans keep thinking they’re smarter than Nature, and Nature finds a way of proving us wrong?


#3

Viruses mutate. It’s what they do.


#4

History shows again and again how nature points out the folly of man.


#5

Exactly.


#6

We are a part of that system and we’re doing what’s in our nature just like virsuses. We all want to survive.


#7

B.I.N.G.O.

theta clear


#8

Of course they do. Doesn’t mean we need to give them a platform for it. If you read the article, you’ll see that scientists are suggesting we do it differently, because their mutation in the vaccine-making process is not a good thing. It’s a bad thing.


#9

Great. Let’s do it! I have no problem changing things up. It’s how we got life saving vaccines in the first place.

Git er done.


#10

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