Wow very Interesting Vaccine Batch Report (1 in 200 Harmful Batches – by Design?)

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70% even 80% of adverse reactions are relatively harmless (1 reaction per batch) – but the other 20% cause THOUSANDS of reactions per batch – very interesting VAERS report which shows a pattern of a seemingly deliberate deployment of toxic batches in every 200 harmless batches?

First Published: Nov 30 2021, Updated: Dec 18 2021

Dec 18 2021 Update: He now has a Telegram Channel with extra studies and videos, and a new website “How Bad Is My Batch?” (howbad.info) where you can look up your own batch number as well as links to studies and videos.

Variation Update:

Variation in Batch Toxicity Update – YouTube

“The purpose of this study was to determine if there is any significant variation in batch toxicity – by counting the number of adverse reaction reports associated with each batch number.”

Some batches cause adverse reactions consistently – across every state. The highly toxic batches show increasing numbers of adverse events in every state (wherever they are deployed).

Worse – there is an obvious pattern – it seems they are “evenly distributed” between the harmless batches.

The frequency being about 1 in 200. So every 200 batches, is a “toxic batch” causing hospitalizations, disabilities, and death, across the USA – in every state.

The harmless batches are harmless, but there is 1 in 200 chance, you get a harmful batch.

Craig Paardekooper

“Russian Roulette”

In trying to find more information about the researcher and data used, I also stumbled across another report seemingly authored by him, which just focuses on the Pfizer batches:

Pfizer

Toxic-01.pdf

If the separate companies were deploying high toxicity batches systematically, then the patterns of deployment could be confused and clouded by mixing data for all of the companies. So, instead of combining all of the VAERS data for Moderna, and for Pfizer, I decided to separate them out. Here is the complete output for Pfizer only – showing adverse reactions for each sequential batch.

Pfizer deployed about 9500 batches to the USA.

In the first cluster, we have 12 highly toxic batches all appearing in close temporal proximity – and all within a defined range of 2000 to 3000 x base toxicity.

In the second cluster, we have 3 highly toxic batches appearing in close temporal proximity, and within the range of 2000-2500 x base toxicity.

In the third cluster, we have 27 highly toxic batches all appearing in close temporal proximity – and all within the defined range of 1000-2000 x base toxicity.

In the fourth cluster we have 21 highly toxic batches all appearing in close temporal proximity – all within the defined range of 100-1500 x base toxicity.

If the production of toxic batches was an accident, we would expect their temporal appearance to be random and more scattered. The production of large numbers of toxic batches in close temporal proximity to one another shows that such “accidents” are repeated dozens of times, sequentially!

In addition to this, these clusters of toxic batches are separated by clear periods of harmless batches – then the sudden appearance of another cluster.

The toxic batches are also clustered into a narrow range of toxicity, rather than having a random spread of toxicity – which is odd if these batches were accidents.

Finally, the toxicity of these clusters decreases in steps, linearly over time – again, not what we would expect from the accidental production of toxic batches.

These batches may be Hot Lots by design.

Craig Paardekooper

Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson:

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This report is by Craig Paardekooper – a researcher that seems to be obsessed with mathematical patterns in genetic codes, hidden DNA, human creation, perception, & numbers. Craig Paardekooper is a pharmaceutical sciences student at Kingston University. He is a member of NHS Staff for Choice – a group of 2400 doctors, nurses and research staff who believe that vaccination should be by consent, and there should be no restrictions imposed on those who refuse it.

He now has a Telegram Channel with extra studies and videos, and a new website “How Bad Is My Batch” howbad.info where you can look up your own batch number as well as links to studies and videos.

How to Replicate his findings, Tutorial

TUTORIAL 1 : USING EXCEL TO ANALYSE BATCH TOXICITY

“By popular request I am providing a video showing the steps I took in order to analyse the variation in batch toxicity using VAERS data. This will help others to replicate my findings.”

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