Given the suspicions, and not without reason, of nanotech being present in the latest COVID “vaccines”, some evidence seems to have emerged to support this.
There is an interim report, dated 28 June 2021, by Prof Dr Pablo Campra Madrid of the University of Almeria, titled “Graphene Oxide Detection in Aqueous Suspension: Observational Study in Optical and Electron Microscopy” that shows evidence of graphene oxide in a single sample of the Comirnaty (Pfizer) mRNA “vaccine”.
As far as I know, graphene oxide is toxic and can be used to make nanites. It should be stressed that this is merely an interim report and it is based on one sample.
On a related note, there is a survey on the “electromagnetism of vaccinated persons in Luxembourg”. The relatively simple study was conducted in early June 2021 where a magnet was placed on the shoulder of the subject to see if it would adhere to the skin.
In total, 60 persons participated in the survey where 30 were vaccinated (Pfizer, Astrazeneca, Moderna, J&J) and 30 were non-vaccinated to serve as the control group.
In the vaccinated group, the “magnet adhered to their skin without difficulty” for 29 of the 30 individuals. In the non-vaccinated group, none had the magnet adhere to their skin.
This study, if true, does not explain why this is the case, only that the recently vaccinated display this property. The electromagnetic field of each individual is presumably different. And, of course, there are environmental factors too. One individual I know used to set off doorbells just by walking past one. Although I have not witnessed this myself, I have no reason to think he is lying. Whilst these are all considerations, all 30 non-vaccinated individuals not having the magnet adhere to their shoulder cannot be ignored.
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