Code 99: Miami
Statistically Significant Distribution of SME Mutations Found, Quade Researchers Say
by Eric Guero
SME and Heightened Affairs Newsdesk
November 10, 2019
MIAMI, FL — Researchers at the Quade Research Laboratories, a research firm owned by the Quade Institute, say they have found that by-and-large, mutations resulting from the Ghost Flu fall into many statistical likelihoods much more varied than the ExABC classification system that has been the standard.
Dr. Sarita Sandhu, head of the Quade Institute’s Forensic Anamorphology Department, announced the findings at a press conference this morning, in the Quade Media Center in Miami.
“This represents a massive breakthrough in what we know about the SME and the nature of Ghost Flu mutations. In researching any genetic anomaly, finding and classifying the likelihood of different symptoms of that anomaly are the first step to understanding them,” Sandhu said during the press conference.
These statistics have been applied to further classify type A and C mutants into different categories: extranormal, supernormal, and paranormal.
“Extranormal is the most common, by far, which is merely. People with increased strength, faster reflexes, or better senses resulting from the SME are all classified as extranormal.” Sandhu said. “Extranormal cases make up about seventy percent of all SME-related mutations.”
“Expressive subjects who are identified as supernormal demonstrate an ability that isn’t typically found in humans, but the mechanisms of which are explainable via current scientific understanding. People who have sprouted venom sacs, for instance, or people who have developed the ability to view and manipulate magnetic waves.” Sandhu said, adding that for a mutation to be classified as supernormal, only most of the ability need be understood by modern science. “Many of the mechanisms of these mutations are still unknown, such as exactly how a person could manipulate magnetic fields, but the acid test is whether we understand exactly what their abilities are doing, how they are manifesting.”
Paranormal abilities, Sandhu said, were by fair the most rare, reported in a fraction of a percentage of SME cases so far. “This is partly because we have the tools and technology to understand what is taking place. It’s very likely that paranormal abilities are just those with undetectable mechanisms at this point in time. These abilities are widely referred to as ‘miracles’, though obviously we believe that a misnomer. “ Examples of paranormal abilities given were those with the ability to fly, or to teleport short distances.
Sandhu praised the researchers involved with this project, which entailed a census that took 3 years to complete and encompassed the populations of 86 countries and six continents. “Without the hard work of those researchers who went into cities, villages, tribal camps, and other places where humans of all kinds live, we would never be able to achieve this kind of significance for a study like this. What we are discussing is the result of hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of man-hours, and while the results seem quite mundane, I can assure you that this is a major statistical breakthrough.”
When asked about any other research the Quade Insititute was planning on releasing, Sandhu commented mysteriously that “We have some things we’re looking to talk about in the next year or so. It’s a very exciting time, and we’re really on the brink of a eureka moment regarding the SME.”