I passed a car on the road last week with a bumper sticker that made me chuckle. It read: “Critical thinking — the other national deficit.” I’ve been thinking about that bumper sticker a lot lately — ever since my essay “What is Luciferase” (exclusively on Substack) set off a firestorm. The corporate media issued the same blanket denial with the same regurgitated sentences (a cut and paste journalism job if ever there was one!) seemingly around the world: there’s no such ingredient secretly hiding inside the experimental vaccines!
Did any of these so-called journalists do the homework? Did any of them actually perform a fact-check? Of course they didn’t. Most of them didn’t even read the essay. (Let’s be honest: most of them don’t read anything at all.) I had left the instructions for fact-checking my claim right there for everyone to see:
1) Go to the MODERNA website.
2) Click: the PATENTS page.
3) Click: PATENT US 10,703,789
4) Do a keyword search for: Luciferase.
This was too difficult a task for our dishonest horde of corporate journalists. At least one brave soul bothered to do it — and that honest man happened to be a Google software engineer named Zach Vorhies.
Zach Vorhies posted a nine-tweet thread on November 5th that I want everyone to read.
What did he find?
Let me repeat: Luciferase is INCLUDED in the mRNA sequence of the Moderna patent! So I’m right — and the corporate media is wrong. Does this surprise anybody?
The corporate press has already admitted that Luciferase was used in the testing phase of the vaccines as well. So it’s listed in the mRNA sequence of the Moderna patent AND it’s used in the testing of the vaccines but I’m a conspiracy theorist?
Let me repeat that information: the antibody test is called SATiN.
I don’t know about you, but I’m not getting anywhere near this dark stuff. Just listen to how the SATiN test works:
“We basically incubate those three little molecular biological pieces with a prick of blood," Stagljar says. "And if there are antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 in the blood, these antibodies will ‘glue’ the three parts of luciferase into a functional molecule that will start shining."
In other words, you need to have COVID-19 antibodies present to make the enzyme glow. When the glow occurs, the researchers can then measure the amount of light emitted with an instrument called a luminometer. The more antibodies a person has, the brighter the luciferase will shine.
There’s something very wrong here. You know it and I know it. You don’t have to be a Christian to understand: names matter. It’s not an accident that they’ve given this name to this test. It’s a warning.
He who has ears, let him hear.