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The freshwater hydra is a pretty incredible organism. It’s named after a creature from Greek mythology that, any time one of its heads was cut off, it would grow back two more in its place. Scientists chose that name well. The freshwater hydra is biologically immortal. Its cells never age and as far as we can tell they never die of old age, only from predators or environmental factors. If you cut off a piece of the hydra, it will grow back. If you cut the hydra into many pieces, all of them will grow into a new hydra. And how about if you stick the hydra in a blender, literally chop it into thousands of pieces until it’s just a messy soup? Well, if you ball all the pieces back together, they’ll merge and become a hydra again.

Not surprisingly, scientists are very interested in the hydra. Our government spends millions of dollars a year researching them for possible findings in biology, genetics, and medicine. But is it only research that is happening? Or is something more going on?

We had Doctor Carrie Madej on this show several weeks ago. Last time she told us about the horrifying things she saw when she put vials of the Covid-19 vaccine under the microscope. Now, she has new things she wants to tell us and says they’re related to hydras. Carrie joined the show to discuss.

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