Polyethylene glycol (PEG): A polymer used in Moderna’s mRNA-1273, it seems it can be microwave-accelerated?

The idea of microwave acceleration in medicine or microwave-accelerated is fast becoming a new and novel way of dealing with internal medicine without surgery. Polyethylene glycol, a polymer used in the new mRNA-1273 vaccine of Moderna can be, microwave-accelerated. Meaning that you can use 5G technology to interact with it, activate it or de-activate it. You could wrap a piece of mRNA in Polyethylene glycol (PEG) -- PEGxylation, and that polymer, through vaccine injection is carried into the cells, microwave acceleration releases/activates/deactivates the nano-particles; genetic material, nanotechnology or sensor. For years ultrasound has been used to gain an image of a fetus in development within a womb. Microwave-accelerated and delivery of cancer therapeutics without invasive surgery has gone on for some time now also.

Polyethylene glycol (PEG)?

Polyethylene glycol? No...not Propylene glycol? Don't confuse it with anti-freeze. It is close, but close is only good in horseshoes and hand grenades. "Because of its potential for allergic reactions and frequent use across a variety of topical and systemic products, propylene glycol was named the American Contact Dermatitis Society's Allergen of the Year for 2018." Propylene glycol is anti-freeze and toxic to humans whereas Polyethylene glycol is close in molecular make-up, and in the same family of synthetic polymers. But supposedly it is okay, according to the FDA. But that is a lie. Now Ethylene glycol is used as antifreeze also, it's a green sort of version of propylene glycol used in the plumbing of your vacant structures over the winter or for your fifth wheel camper to keep the plumbing from freezing up over the winter till next year when you get to use it again for another three-week vacation. Till then you park it and not use till the following season since your too busy working your tuchus off to pay for it and all the rest in this big-money world.