One reason why the cv vaccine may need to be stored at -70f (-94f) temperatures is due to Luciferin. Luciferin (light-emitting compound found in organisms that generate bioluminescence) needs to be stored at this temperature after it is created. Notice the 66.6ml. This is for the patent of “Delivery and formulation of engineered nucleic acids”.
“Luciferin (from the Latin lucifer, “light-bearer”) is a generic term for the light-emitting compound found in organisms that generate bioluminescence. Luciferins typically undergo an enzyme-catalyzed reaction with molecular oxygen.”
You be your own judge of this…
Myth 3: Luciferase is the name of the bioluminescent enzyme contained in the vaccine, which seems connected to the “forces of evil.”
Reply: Luciferase, an enzyme involved in firefly illumination, is being used in various testing and development stages ahead of the production of a COVID-19 vaccine, but is not itself part of the injected material included in human vaccinations. Luciferase is a commonly used biomedical research tool, and has been used, for example, in lab animals to study the most effective way to deliver mRNA vaccines, whether by an injection into the skin, muscle or a vein.