[Dr John B.] What’s In The Vials? (Nanotechnological Whitepaper)
Dr John B has a closer look at the Nanotechnological investigations on Covid-19 vaccines white paper on vaccines’ compositions anonymously uploaded by The Scientists’ Club.
(1/n) A recently anonymously uploaded report documents the presence of unknown particles in the #CovidVaccines. I took a closer look.
(2/n) Unfortunately, the report does not meet scientific standards in terms of analysis & description of the results. That is a great pity on this important issue. However, some of the results are interesting & should motivate further analysis without delay.
(3/n) Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) & energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX) were used for the analysis.
The following are the TEM images & EDX spectra of the particles found.
(4/n) A particle or an agglomeration of nanoparticles. It consist primarily of carbon & oxygen. (The sodium & chlorine is from the saline solution). According to the authors, it could be graphene. Unfortunately, no X-ray crystallography was performed to validate the finding.
(5/n) An elongated object (about 50 µm long). The white debris on it: composed of carbon, oxygen, aluminium, silicon, calcium, magnesium & chlorine.
(6/n) A sharp debris (about 20 µm long) composed of carbon, oxygen, chromium, sulphur, nitrogen, aluminium & chlorine.
(7/n) Debris. The white 2 µm long particle is composed of bismuth, carbon, aluminium, oxygen, sodium, copper & nitrogen.
(8/n) An organic (carbon, oxygen, nitrogen) aggregate with embedded nanoparticles of bismuth, titanium, vanadium, iron, copper, silicon & aluminium.
(9/n) An aggregate of iron-chromium-nickel (stainless steel) nanoparticles.
(10/n) An organic-inorganic aggregate of particles composed of stainless steel, glued together with a “carbon-based glue”. Based on the chemical composition, the aggregate will be magnetic.
(11/n) A particle (organic-inorganic). It is a carbon-based substrate where some nanoparticles are embedded. The nanoparticles are composed of aluminium, copper, iron & chlorine.
(12/n) Particles of spherical morphology with some bubble-shaped cavities and composed of silicon, lead, cadmium and selenium.
- The elemental composition reminds of cadmium selenide quantum dots (CdSe QDs).
- CdSe QDs are 15–20 nm in size (01)
(13/n) A 100 µm particle composed of carbon & oxygen with contamination of nitrogen, silicon, phosphorus & chlorine. Looks like graphene.
(14/n) Carbon-based entities mixed with aggregates filled with aluminium-silicate particles.
(15/n) X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy of the AstraZeneca vaccine identified the presence of histidine (an amino acid), sucrose, PEG & ethylene alcohol. (Only the presence of PEG is declared in the data sheet).
Multiple particles of different elemental composition were found in the CovidVaccine samples. Some of them could be cadmium selenide quantum dots, graphene or metallic particles made from stainless steel.
They should not be present in the vaccine.
The report lacks information about the amount of particles found in each vaccine sample. Also no in-depth analysis was performed if the types of particles are different for the various #CovidVaccines. X-ray crystallography was also not performed.
The results of the analysis are disturbing. The exact nature, concentration, origin and biological relevance of these particles must be clarified urgently! The quality role of manufacturers and regulatory authorities is insufficient.
Why are these particles in the vaccines?
The possibilities are:
- ) Contamination (manufacturing process)
- ) Deliberate addition
- ) A combination of 1 & 2
All three possibilities would be of concern.
Comprehensive investigations should now follow to rule out possibility 2.
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