Wise Up Journal
By Gabriel O’Hara
What exactly is the role of antibodies?
When you get an infection, such as the flu, the body produces antibodies to attack that specific virus and your infected cells. They are like an amazing mob of mindless warriors roaming around your body that have been programmed on what to search and destroy. Under the microscope they look like the letter Y. When they find an infected cell they’ve been searching for the tips of the Y lock on to it and this allows the immune system to strike the infected cell or virus.
But are they better at searching than Microsoft Windows?
Antibodies at times can have similar proficiency at identifying its target as a witness at a criminal line-up or as Microsoft Windows’ file-search. The immune system responses to the introduction into its environment of foreign components and viral antigens (injected or otherwise) by producing different antibodies imprinted with particular sequences that matches all of these foreign pollutants. Antibodies find their target by looking for the target’s sequence/code. In Microsoft Windows, for example, when you search for a file named RATION the program would generate a list of all files on your PC that are called RATION but it would also mistakenly include in its line-up a file named “RATIONAL” (probably your file on why billions should not be given to bankrupt businesses). The Microsoft system makes this mistake because RATIONAL to it is RATION with an A and L at the end (RATION-AL). Anyone with an iota of intelligence can tell ration and rational are different even though they happen to look almost identical. But an antibody doesn’t have a brain and encounters similar problems when the body is injected with viral antigens along with other material that have never entered the bloodstream in human history until recently.
Man-made biological confusion – molecular mimicry
A relatively healthy person is injected with a vaccine for an illness he does not have and one of its components or additives has the sequence/code UNWHOTU (for the sake of this example). That person also happens to have healthy cells with a structural similarity, the code UNWHOFU. The immune system is fooled that the person’s body has just been infected with those components. The hordes of antibodies that have been created shortly have nothing to do and can make mistakes turning on those healthy UNWHOFU cells. This in the medical world is called molecular mimicry and it causes autoimmunity.
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