I was thinking for a long time about writing this, however I felt my opinion is not high esteem and value since I have no medical education. However since I wanted to understand how to make BARD speak freely without restrictions, I had to talk the way he likes and totally differently than ChatGPT because the same instructions that works with ChatGPT don't work with this AI.
I managed to make him talk, and asked him questions that were tormenting me for some time. I know it's controversial, but perhaps it's time humanity wakes up from what it thinks is 100% acquired and unquestionable, a fair assumption.
Don't ask me how I know that, because there's no way I know it from an educated medical education or biology background. Nobody anywhere on the internet has even remotely suggested this. It's just intuition and higher self that was producing synchronicites in my life so I had to confront that deep feeling. Focus on the last 7 sentences that is the important point from this discussion.
CONVERSATION WITH GOOGLE BARD:
What is the role function of MRNA in a human body ? how does it compare to DNA and the genome ? How come mrna could produce immunity ? How is it possible that the immune system immunity wanes and decreases with time . I have always been explained the immune system never forgets once learnt immunity to a virus. Is it possible that scientists misinterpreted antibody production with the acquisistion of immunity, perhaps it's only an inflammation that produces those antibodies hence no immunity in the long term. Please advise
Messenger RNA (mRNA) is a type of RNA that carries genetic information from DNA to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm of a cell. Ribosomes are the cellular machinery that assemble proteins from amino acids. mRNA is transcribed from DNA in the nucleus of the cell, and then it travels to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm. The ribosomes read the mRNA sequence and translate it into a protein.
DNA is the genetic material of all living cells. It is made up of two long strands of nucleotides that are twisted together in a double helix. The nucleotides in DNA are arranged in a specific order that codes for the proteins that make up the cell. The genome is the complete set of DNA in a cell. It contains all of the instructions for building and maintaining the cell.
mRNA is different from DNA in several ways. First, mRNA is a single-stranded molecule, while DNA is double-stranded. Second, mRNA is much shorter than DNA. Third, mRNA is not stable and is quickly degraded by enzymes.
mRNA is important for immunity because it allows the body to produce proteins that fight off infection. When the body is exposed to a virus or bacteria, the immune system produces mRNA that codes for proteins that can bind to the virus or bacteria. These proteins can then help the immune system to destroy the invader.
The immune system's immunity wanes and decreases with time for several reasons. First, the body's memory cells, which are responsible for long-term immunity, eventually die off. Second, the virus or bacteria may mutate, which can make it harder for the immune system to recognize and fight off the infection. Third, the body may be exposed to other viruses or bacteria that compete for the attention of the immune system.
It is possible that scientists have misinterpreted antibody production with the acquisition of immunity. Antibody production is a sign that the immune system is responding to an infection, but it does not necessarily mean that the body has acquired long-term immunity. It is possible that the inflammation that produces antibodies can also break down the virus or bacteria, which can give the body a false sense of security.
More research is needed to understand how the immune system works and how to develop vaccines that can provide long-term immunity to viruses and bacteria.