Friday, August 19, 2022

Why Schools Need to Teach Science

 Even though it must be racist/male/colonialist or something else bad.  I received a link to this:

Van Welbergen is a specialist in biomedicine who deals with chronic cases. He has postgrad work in women’s health in pharmacology, bio-pharmacology, advanced pain management and aesthetic medicine, which is why he was able to detect developments of patients that were seemingly out of character or did not make sense in terms of the patients’ diagnostic history.

“One of the tests that we run routinely as a diagnostic support tool is red blood cell morphology – it means that certain conditions can change the shape of a perfectly good red blood cell from a lovely little donut with a dimple to very strange shapes,” he explained during a recent appearance on the “Dr. Jane Ruby Show.”

The host, Dr. Jane Ruby, pointed out that there are two main ways the injections – whatever is in them – can be transferred to another person who is not vaccinated. This could be through inhalation or skin-to-skin contact.

Van Welberger said that in looking at the pure blood smears, which he took straight from an individual to the microscope, he noticed that the unstained blood “started picking up unusual, tiny structures” that he has never seen before.

He then presented data showing that red blood cells – which are usually round and doughnut-shaped – have been damaged by the spike protein. Those cells have become quadrangles or octagon-shaped instead of round. They have become messed up due to the spike protein damage and cannot be restored. (Related: Is graphene oxide what caused Japanese authorities to suspend Moderna’s “contaminated” covid vaccines?)

“You can’t repair red blood cells,” Van Welverger explained. “So these things are basically lost to us.”

From Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center:

Red blood cells make up almost half of your blood. The lifespan of a red blood cell is around 120 days.

The "expert" must have skipped freshman biology.   Or just not know as much as I knew by junior high.

There is so much of this disinformation floating around the Internet.


  1. I don't understand your point. Does saying "Red blood cells make up almost half of your blood. The lifespan of a red blood cell is around 120 days" mean that the shape of those cells can't change?
    I must be missing something, because I don't see how the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center statement negates Van Welverger's

    1. They may well change but in 120 days they will mostly be gone. They do not need repair; they are not repaired anyway. It makes me suspect whoever wrote this knows nothing about biology.

  2. And the disinformation not coming out of mom's basement.