Scientists Develop ‘Airborne mRNA’ to Vaccinate Public Without Consent

A team of scientists at Yale University has developed a new form of “airborne” mRNA vaccine that can be rapidly deployed among the public to vaccinate the masses without their knowledge or consent.

The researchers developed the new airborne method to deliver mRNA right into people’s lungs, bypassing the need for voluntary injections.

The method has also been used to vaccinate mice intranasally.

The scientists note that animal tests have now “opened the door for human testing in the near future.”

While scientists may celebrate this invention as a convenient method to vaccinate large populations, critics are raising obvious concerns about the potential misuse of an airborne vaccine.

The method raises serious concerns about the possibility of covert bio-enhancements – a concept that has previously been suggested in academic literature.

Roman Balmakov raises the alarm about the new “Air Vax” during an episode of the Epoch Times show “Facts Matter.”


In research conducted on mice, Yale University scientists developed polymer nanoparticles to encapsulate mRNA.

This method transforms mRNA into an inhalable form for delivery to the lungs.

The study was recently highlighted in the Science Translational Medicine publication.

Science Translational Medicine‘s editor Courtney Malo explains that the airborne vaccines can



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