Viruses Have Skillz

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Viruses cell-surf.

In a field filled with antelopes, lions don’t share the same meal.

Neither do viruses because they know the difference between an infected cell, a semi-infected cell, and a completely infected cell.

Even a semi-human sheep-bot can tell that difference, and “it” (a sheep-bot) refers to itself as “conscious.”


Viruses don’t practice social distancing, but they’re skilled at exploring new horizons too.

And viruses don’t need nano-e-mail (exosomes) to do so.


A virus mutates much faster and cleverer than we’re told.

An RNA virus mutates even faster.


Rafael Sanjuán & Pilar Domingo-Calap (“Mechanisms of viral mutation,” Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, Jul. 8, 2016) wrote …

“Rates of spontaneous mutation vary amply among viruses. RNA viruses mutate faster than DNA viruses, single-stranded viruses mutate faster than double-strand virus, and genome size appears to correlate negatively with mutation rate. Viral mutation rates are modulated at different levels, including polymerase fidelity, sequence context, template secondary structure, cellular microenvironment, replication mechanisms, proofreading, and access to post-replicative repair. Additionally, massive numbers of mutations can be introduced by some virus-encoded diversity-generating elements, as well as by host-encoded cytidine/adenine deaminases. Our current knowledge of viral mutation rates indicates that viral genetic diversity is determined by multiple virus- and host-dependent processes, and that viral mutation rates can evolve in response to specific selective pressures.”


Do you really think the beaker boys understand all the ins and outs of the preceding paragraph’s gobbledygook?

Ask your doctor to explain all those concepts to you in detail.

Make sure he dots the i’s and crosses the t’s, and quotes the most recent data points from the Dept. of Ivory Towers and the Centers for Disease Continuation and Proliferation.


We waged and escalated a war with bacteria, and who won that war?

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and other gram-positive bacteria, that’s who!


MRSA is common in (1) hospitals, (2) prisons, and (3) nursing homes.



Man is so smart he outsmarts himself.


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    'Viruses Have Skillz' have 7 comments

    1. May 2, 2020 @ 10:46 pm Atom

      Most COVID-19 casualties are being killed by friendly fire.

      Ho$pital people love pills, needles, vaccines, and knives.


    2. May 2, 2020 @ 10:46 pm Atom

      Ho$pitals are Big Pharma’s most profitable distribution centers.


    3. May 2, 2020 @ 10:48 pm Atom

      DARPA is developing “therapeutic interfering particles” (TIPs) for vaccine development *and* is also heavily involved in 6G development (19 miles down the road from us).

      Is there a PATTERN here?


    4. May 2, 2020 @ 10:49 pm Atom

      Now that their cancer business is off in the U.S., tobacco companies are getting paid to “develop” a Coronavirus vaccine.


    5. May 2, 2020 @ 10:53 pm Atom

      One of the very first GMO vaccines was made for tobacco, combining tobacco mosaic virus with part of the human genome.

      On some Freudian level, was the message, “Go Smoke Yourself?”


    6. May 2, 2020 @ 10:55 pm Atom

      Guess where foreskins go? Vaccine development.

      Not necessarily into vaccines themselves “yet,” according to medical “experts.

      And, of course, medical experts NEVER lie, right?


    7. May 2, 2020 @ 11:01 pm Atom

      Bacon & Eggs! Chickens are often the source of flu epidemics. Pigs too.


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