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Ivy! Great to hear from you! Things are slowly unfolding I still throw you substack around -

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I have responded to your emails. Jean Claude Perez retweeting my hypothetical pathway is and immense honor to me. I hate what they did to Luc's reputation. It was a large motivator for me to not believe people who used to be more knowledgeable than I, when they would insist the GP120 data was inaccurate. Also, as stated in the email, if that was his response, he meant "naturally, I agree, the homology is there via the spike protein". Thank you for showing him, and getting his opinion. I am humbled (which is hard, because I have an unhealthily gigantic ego)

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Thanks! I'll be eagerly waiting! :)

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Not sure if you already read their twitter feed, but I share it here as it aligns with your line of thinking expressed in this post, and then goes a bit deeper: (or are you BlackSanta?)

https://twitter.com/Clucky92864053/status/1640461689119203328

https://twitter.com/Clucky92864053/status/1640463619430449152

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Okay, I can say, santa is dead on with the gal3. It's another one of the inserts I haven't looked at yet. Let me see if I can track down the post about it that I was using to learn more. And yes, I agree with their thoughts about it being a vaccine candidate. I'm not sure exactly what kind, but it appears obvious to me, with the small amounts of homologous inserts, rather than full duel use machinery (if using GP 120 to infect, the SARS 2 spike would need to be designed to and capable of infecting CD4 T cells. To my knowledge, it does not seem to do so, but does seem to induce apoptosis of CD4 cells when in presence of spike, likely because it is stuck in it's various surface receptors). There's also the fact that they are from variants of HIV, and not the original ref. sequence. That makes sense if you are trying to make a vaccine to the variable loop regions (you would want various inserts from recent circulating variants from around the globe if you wanted an effective "vaccine" and not anything from the original reference sequence, which probably doesn't even exist in nature)

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Here it is. It's the GTNGTKR one (insert 1)

https://hiddencomplexity.substack.com/p/chimeric-nature-of-galectin-3-and

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I was talking about this with Doc D today!

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I still don't know a lot about it, but it doesn't surprise me. All 3 inserts are literally right next to each other in the 3D model. My articles ended up honing in on Insert 3 with the CCR5 discussion, so I am still in the dark as to what exactly the other two may be doing

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Mar 29, 2023·edited Mar 29, 2023Author

Ha, no, though I do know who Black Santa is. Oh wait clucky? Yes I know her, I thought she got banned or something? Must have been let back on or I just couldn't find her page last time I was on Twitter. Clucky's initial thoughts around the PRRA insert are one reason I delved more in depth into the other 3 inserts and the NTD actually, I respect her opinion a lot. Thanks for sharing

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Hmmm.... She's talking about HLA types. I'm not incredibly knowledgeable in that area, but it's an odd coincidence..... I thought the CCR5 receptor of asians had some type of variation that caused HIV susceptibility, though that is just something I have heard, and not verified. Showing her my final two substacks might be a good idea, especially the CCR5 one. Do you know if she's on substack?

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I'm gonna need time to get through this entire thread actually, put a pin in that thought

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Twitter are demanding a mobile number from me before letting me use the site, so I no longer use the site. I just read bookmarked accounts instead.

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Same, that's their barrier when they want you off but don't want to outright ban you. It's creepy, like they're tying to harvest your identity or something. VOIP numbers won't work either

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I don't think she's on substack, no.

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HLA sensitivity to C19 was first brought to my attention here:

https://hiddenmarkov.substack.com/p/an-open-call-for-assistance

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Mar 29, 2023Liked by Bioanon

Glad you're doing well Bioanon! 👍

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Mar 29, 2023·edited Mar 29, 2023Author

Yup, doing awesome actually ^_^

How about you sooth, life treating you well?

Also you can totally just call me Ivy if you prefer

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Dec 8, 2023Liked by Bioanon

Hi Ivy! Wow, it's been many months. I hope you're still doing well. We miss you in Twitter land.. NotJason, Narf, Dr_SDRK, Suchend, everyone. I promised them I'd drop you a line.

I'm doing fine. (Life has it's challenges. But nothing out of the ordinary.)

Of course the coolest thing I'm doing lately is generating AI captions for those Gigaohm Biological streams (so I can search for things). https://github.com/GigaohmBiological/Stream.Transcripts

Anyhow, thought I'd say "Hi" while I was searching for something on Substack. Hopefully they won't pull Pandemic 2.0 for 2024... we'd like you to stay in vacation mode. 😉

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Dec 17, 2023·edited Dec 17, 2023Author

Thanks Sooth hope you've been well too.

Can't say I watch JJ anymore. He went absolutely insane honestly. Still though, good to stay productive, so hopefully you still learn some stuff from him. I eventually managed to forgive Kevin and John for being stupid dicks that one day. Even if I hadn't managed to do that, I would still have say: Kevin is right, and JJ is wrong, when it comes to sequencing and other physical evidence based technologies like PCRs. Try to keep that in mind, and thus be wary when consuming knowledge from JJ. My final article, while not organized or written well (time constraints), does contain more than enough information to refute most of what JJ has been on about for a while now, if you ever do get curious.

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Hmm. Is this dated? They're fundraising here. I prefer this one

https://grantome.com/grant/NIH/R21-AI076159-02

and this one

https://web.archive.org/web/20031002074634/http:/www.virology.net/sars/s2model.html

recognize the name? Robert F. Gary? :)

There's also one co written by Fauci himself talking about using GP120 as a vaccine candidate, but I can not find it at the moment. While looking for it though, I found this

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34099328/

Idk who those people are and I didn't read the paper closely, but my first assumption is that it is the exact same type of research that led to SARS CoV 2 (albeit this is a dead subunit one) being conducted here in 2021. Hopefully them being subunit vaccines means there aren't viable chimeras they used to get to that point somewhere in cold storage, though I don't know how they go about making subunit vaxxes so I can't be sure

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Mar 29, 2023·edited Mar 29, 2023Author

It's the SV40 guy. Never trust anything that man says people.

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