Would you happen to have a TL;DR summary? (TLDR = too long, didn’t read)
Quickly skimmed the second article. I doubt that amyloidogenic peptides are to blame. But it’s worth talking about.
1- The vaccines don’t encode the proteins described in the paper Neurotoxic amyloidogenic peptides in the proteome of SARS-COV2. Assuming that the spike protein does it too is somewhat of a stretch.
2- A lot of people don’t get problems from the vaccines. Also, while vaccination seems to be a terrible idea for ME/CFS, long COVID, and vaccine injured people… there are many people who don’t seem to have problems with re-vaccination. (Sort of like how most people survive Russian roulette.)
The mechanisms seems like it would cause problems in most people… but we’re seeing a minority of people with problems.