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Now tracking the new emerging South Africa Omicron Variant

Vampire Virus doeant even need us alive.

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    Posted: February 15 2022 at 11:21am

Ukraine man died from drowning was positive for covid.  His body tested positive up to 6 weeks after death.  He is not the only one.

This wasn't virus fragments this was virus....where did it get the energy to reproduce....maybe it keeps our biochemical energy going in our corpses.... creepy little  virus.

Aside of the virus....Biochemical energy after death has been shown before.  Approx 2 days after we die we can find the sudden expression of long silenced embryonic genes on corpses, starting to be transcribed again.  Genes that were switched off in the womb. It's fascinating subject. Freaks some scientists out as its genes involved in embryosis  so why they are activated 2 days after death.

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/ukraine-man-covid-positive-drowned-b2014691.html

Hundreds of genes seen sparking to life two days after death

The discovery that many genes are still working up to 48 hours after death has implications for organ transplants, forensics and our very definition of death

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2094644-hundreds-of-genes-seen-sparking-to-life-two-days-after-death

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That's interesting about the Covid virus being detected 6 weeks after death. I saw a report once on Ebola, and they were saying that the virus remained active after death, in fact the viral load was at it's highest in the days immediately after death, and one of the reasons it was so deadly to a community was the African practice of viewing, touching and kissing the corpse of a loved one. When health workers tried to stop people from touching the corpse, they became really upset, as it was custom for everyone to do so, and this was spreading Ebola so efficiently.

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Exactly its fascinating where the energy come from as they need to power and use our cell machinery for reproduction.  Small pox did it too.  I remember during Ebola the bodies had to be wrapped in plastic bags. 

 6 weeks is a long time.  

A lot we don't know about biological processes at point of death and after death.  Fascinating field.

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