In a study on mice, the scientists created polymer nanoparticles to encapsulate mRNA, making it inhalable
Researchers say this "new method of delivery could 'radically change the way people are vaccinated,'" making it easier to vaccinate people in remote areas or those who are afraid of needles
An airborne mRNA product could be used to rapidly vaccinate the masses, without their knowledge or consent
Academic endorsement exists for the use of compulsory, covert bioenhancements, including drugs and vaccines, on the public; the U.S. government also has a history of covert bioweapon experiments
Yale University researchers have developed a new airborne method for delivering mRNA right to your lungs. The team has also used the method to vaccinate mice intranasally,1 opening the door for human testing in the near future.
While scientists are hailing the creation as an easy way to vaccinate the masses, critics wonder if the development of an airborne vaccine could be used for nefarious purposes, including covert bioenhancements,2 which have already been recommended in academic literature.3