Batteries are referred to as cells.
Scientists observed how when a certain thing happens they explode.
“Atomic-level images of dendrites, finger-like growths that are capable of penetrating the barrier that separates battery compartments and cause batteries to blow up, shed light on why batteries fail.”
I find this an interesting comparison to cells exploding.
Growths cause various types of cells to break apart.
They are both cells.
Dendritic cells (DCs) are antigen-presenting cells (also known as accessory cells) of the mammalian immune system. Their main function is to process antigen material and present it on the cell surface to the T cells of the immune system. They act as messengers between the innate and the adaptive immune systems.
Dendrites are messengers between the innate and the adaptive IMMUNE SYSTEM.
So we can say that these dendrites are in batteries THAT PROVIDE ENERGY, and they are in cells THAT PROVIDE ENERGY.
Science, and world, you can thank me later for this discovery.
You might ask your top experts about this, as soon as you find one that knows about it let me know. I would bet all have a blank stare.
What is antigen material? Antigens are antibodies, the bodies natural immune defense mechanism to put it simply.
All HIV tests do is find antigen material. That is NOT finding HIV. It’s basically like finding snowflakes in a snowstorm that causes destruction.
The city gets dumped on and the scientist sells the city a test to find out if there is frozen H2O, getting the people to believe that a test is necessary to find that bad snowflake that caused the bridge to collapse. There is no Human Immune Deficiency Virus, there’s just a whole bunch of viruses.
HIDV – the correct term, Human Immune Deficiency Virus
It’s like looking for shit. HIV/SHIT buds from the cell and the test finds shit like you find it in the toilet after it bud from you.
But the test also finds all sorts of other shit. All it finds is plumbers really.
It finds all the body’s plumbers. They want you to believe that the test finds the name of the plumber and social security number as if it means anything. I suppose it could, maybe that 1st responder was in jail, of course so what, if they can fix the clog by responding like antibodies respond to shit, that would be fine.
Take care of your dentritics.
Let’s acronymize this.
Atomic-level Imaged Dendrites Separating – AIDS
Acquired Imaged Dendrite Syndrome – AIDS
Causes the body to explode.
Then there’s those bNAb’s.
bNAb’s are broadly-Neutralizing Anti bodies that attack HIV and inFLU. As stated in Wikipedia “Broadly-neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) affect multiple strains of a particular virus. BNAbs are known for HIV and influenza.”**
Who knew that our bodies have neutralizers there!
Neutralize. Neuter. Go for the balls. Can’t replicate.
When did viruses become living things that have babies??
Viruses are not living things, though that depends how you define “living things”. It’s kinda like how a used lemon salesman defines “great buy”. Reading some of the explanations are just like that like this one.
Feature image is of an actual artists rendering that uses fake imagery like NASA uses to present a ball Earth is of a human dendric cell by NIH and is in the public domain.
Title: Dendritic cell revealed
Description: Artistic rendering of the surface of a human dendritic cell illustrating sheet-like processes that fold back onto the membrane surface. When exposed to HIV, these sheets entrap viruses in the vicinity and focus them to contact zones with T-cells targeted for infection. These studies were carried out using ion abrasion scanning electron microscopy, a new technology we have been developing and applying for 3D cellular imaging. Categories: Research in NIH Labs and Clinics Type: Color, Diagram Source: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Creator: Don Bliss, Sriram Subramaniam Date Created: Unknown Date Added: 5/24/2012
Animation of a dendrite in motion dated 2 February 2007 by Judith Behnsen, Priyanka Narang, Mike Hasenberg, Frank Gunzer, Ursula Bilitewski, Nina Klippel, Manfred Rohde, Matthias Brock, Axel A. Brakhage, Matthias Gunzer