Dr. Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT’s computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in food and nutrition, a master’s degree, an engineer’s degree, and a PhD in electrical engineering and computer science, all from MIT. For most of her career at MIT, she was involved in the development of technology to support natural human-computer communication through spoken language. Since 2010, Dr. Seneff has shifted her research focus toward the effects of drugs, toxic chemicals, and diet on human health and disease. Her writing and research have focused specifically on the herbicide glyphosate and the mineral sulfur. And now she has a brand new book called Toxic Legacy: How the Weedkiller Glyphosate Is Destroying Our Health and the Environment.
In Part TWO of this interview with Dr. Seneff, we dive into some of the current health protocols. Stephanie starts by telling us that she’s shocked that tens of thousands of scientists are having their work censored. Even though we live in supposedly the “land of the free,” any view that doesn’t fit the mainstream narrative has been deemed “unscientific” and therefore censored. She says: “there is no freedom here in America to speak your scientifically based thoughts.”
Sadly, this level of scientific censorship has a historical precedent. Back in the 17th century, Galileo was put on trial during the Inquisition for his “scientific” discovery that the earth was not the center of the universe. Since his view of the world didn’t fit the narrative of the time, he was judged to be guilty of heresy and his work was widely banned and censored.
Later, we talked about some of the potential unintended consequences of this novel technology. Similar to the ways in which the overuse of antibiotics can cause superbugs that are resistant to those same antibiotics, Stephanie wonders what some of the unintended consequences of this novel mRNA gene therapy might be. She hypothesizes that it might be driving new mutant variants.
Stephanie reminds us that we have a finely tuned immune system that has evolved over millennia. It includes two branches, the Innate immune system and the Adaptive immune system. However, this overload of vaccines can produce another unintended consequence such as setting back the innate immune system to the point that it doesn’t function anymore. In fact, she’s extremely concerned about this generation of children since “this is the most vaccinated generation in human history.”
Stephanie also connects the dots between glyphosate usage and the rise of this virus. Although it hasn’t been talked about, she’s noticed that the countries being hit the hardest seem to be the one’s using the most glyphosate.
In the end, we talk about the most important things you can do to empower you and your family – and that is to boost overall health through diet, lifestyle and getting outdoors in the sunshine. “We should be celebrating life, celebrate food, celebrate sunlight, really enjoy those parts of our life.”
You can learn more about Stephanie as well as her must-read new book “Toxic Legacy” right here.