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Recent evidence that Factor X/epigenetics is speeding up over time

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Jack Kruse, Sep 9, 2022.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Recent evidence that Factor X/epigenetics is speeding up over time. Deaths in Victoria, OZ are soaring and cancer deaths are soaring since politicians added the \/ to the human lexicon.

    Mankind's Dunning Kruger effect is thus: IN PUSHING OTHER SPECIES TO EXTINCTION WITH ITS ABERRANT USE OF THE electromagnetic spectrum, HUMANITY IS BUSY SAWING OFF THE LIMB ON WHICH IT PERCHES.

    https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/st...-report-dramatic-rise-in-early-onset-cancers/
     
  2. Although I agree the viral man-made patented cancer dispensed into the public over these past two years is a significant epigenetic impact on our human genome, the sighted article only qualified the following:

    "The incidence of many types of early- onset cancer (those diagnosed at ≤50 years of age) has increased in many countries. The reasons for this phenomenon are not entirely clear but are probably related to changes in risk factor exposures in early life and/or young adulthood from the mid-20th century onwards. The increased consumption of highly processed or westernized foods together with changes in lifestyles, the environment, morbidities and other factors might all have contributed to such changes in exposures."
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41571-022-00672-8.epdf?sharing_token=1umLnn8X8BYzX5QTMHyArtRgN0jAjWel9jnR3ZoTv0Mbf4RPi-ocNFWHJz8DUBZsAPhKJF2UqgYLHsA0Cpbtq9pHyF5VY4_JUzOCW23Ny67AuPivP2QGjseGKUadh2IPLERt0L07AH5dSEBqCheSrvp_NMPuByyxFdBZ3yftAdU=
     
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2022
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Nope. Cancer kills the host = very little epigenetic effect to the species. The death rate in the jabbed show this effect big time in EU and Victoria OZ
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    A reminder - 355,000 younger persons died between 3 Apr 2021 and 20 Aug 2022. • From a factor - TBD but is embargoed mention • Covid is now at 2,150 deaths per week • This factor is killing 7,800 per week (5+ sigma high) • Cancer is at a 9+ sigma high.

    The jab goal is relatively rapid species loss.
     
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    Jack Kruse Administrator

  6. Last edited: Sep 14, 2022
  7. The outcome data is now rolling in.

    Question: Are we globally at the 20% increased projected death rate yet?
     
  8. JMO

    JMO Gold

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  9. EWO

    EWO Eyes Wide Open

    Cancer is big business. Rapid species loss means fewer customers sooner.
     

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