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  1. Jun 2020
    1. Robbiani, D. F., Gaebler, C., Muecksch, F., Lorenzi, J. C. C., Wang, Z., Cho, A., Agudelo, M., Barnes, C. O., Gazumyan, A., Finkin, S., Hagglof, T., Oliveira, T. Y., Viant, C., Hurley, A., Hoffmann, H.-H., Millard, K. G., Kost, R. G., Cipolla, M., Gordon, K., … Nussenzweig, M. C. (2020). Convergent Antibody Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Convalescent Individuals [Preprint]. Immunology. https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.13.092619

  2. Sep 2018
    1. Rael, a Frenchman previously known as Claude Vorilhon, he told me that aliens had visited him in 1973 and shown him machines that could clone humans and sprout them into full-grown adults. Impressed, he decided to become their messenger, and raise $20 million to build an embassy to house the extraterrestrial visitors who would one day bring our salvation.

      The Raelian religion is one of the fastest growing cults in the world, proposing that Biblical occurrences, such as Jesus' famous walk on water was done with alien technology (Bathroom Reader) However, an eye raising proposal put forth by Rael is the construction of a space embassy to finally have extraterrestrial visitors to our world. Another controversial facet about Raelism is that they utilize the Swastika as their symbol, prompting Israel to laugh at their proposal to build their embassy on its land. The proposals put forth by Raelism is the emphasis put forth to advance the human condition through science, and the visitation of aliens.