Thanks, this end page feature can get quite bothersome.
"will not take your bait and say that viral load does not scale the risk of mutation. If the vaccine reduced viral load, mutations would be reduced too"
So, after all, you still fail to understand that the picture is related to infections, not viral load, and that viral load does not have an effect on viral load on its own (which is what I explained already, your galaxy brain BIOL degree from Idaho seems to make you overlook).
"Had enough yet?
As for your image, that is a representation of DNA Helicase separating the 5'-3' strand from the 3'-5' strand of DNA during DNA replication. I have taken BIOL 1101 through ISU, the state college for Idaho, and I am taking BIOL 1102 right now."
That nice sounding degree isn't worth the paper is printed on, at least not within the confines of this conversation, if you don't know that viral load doesn't have any effect on mutation rates, UNLESS, said greater viral load is conducive to a more severe infection, something the vaccine effectively reduces, since it prevents viruses from actually infecting cells thanks to effective immune responses.
Viral load is the mere presence of viruses in your organism, if a virus is just moving along your bloodstream without infecting any cells, it's not exposing its genome to any kind of error during replication.
This is like hormones and receptors.
The only way a virus can naturally mutate in your body, on its own, without infecting cells, just by chilling in the bloodstream, airways or whatever place, is either how everybody else does, which is background radiation and time, lots and lots of time; or in the case of those refusing vaccines, medications that help them develop antiviral drug resistance.
Viruses don't just mutate by pulling from their spike protein bootstraps.
Besides, viruses survive by infecting cells, a huge viral load in a vaccinated person, incapable of infecting enough cells to reproduce at sustainable rates, is irremediably doomed like a Roman legion without a camp prefect, that starves because it depends on pillaging to eat.
Viruses are not immortal, I hope they teach you that one in BIOL 102.
Those studies don't change the fact that viral load is not a mutagenic factor unless conducive to severe infection, nor prove vaccine mandates should be reconsidered, they only, and admittedly so, suggest them to be reconsidered.