Weird: Why do magnets stick to Covid vaccine injection sites?

Posted on June 9, 2021 11:00 pm

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Adan Salazar
1 day ago

Hi guys, like you I did not believe videos on social media of magnetized people. However, this experiment conducted by the liberty broadcast – who I know personally – opened my eyes. To “John Steel” (below): I too felt this was a viral stunt like the tide pod challenge, so i identify with your skepticism, however something real doesn’t require you to “believe,” much like you don’t have to believe in elephants for them to be real. To “Jimmyhat”: You say “they don’t,” but then what is causing the VERY REAL magnetic effect being observed and demonstrated. You have a… Read more »

John Steele
John Steele
1 day ago

I do not believe that tripe..

John Henry
John Henry
2 days ago

Nope.

Jimmyhat
Jimmyhat
2 days ago

They don’t. The particles described as being used in the current Covid vaccines that cause magnets to stick to people aren’t present. They are used in tests of mRNA vaccines and other medical treatments not currently being used on human subjects that have nothing to do with Covid. They HAVE been used in custom made experimental cancer treatments and no magnets have stuck to anyone. People go through MRIs afterward so I’m pretty sure that would cause some issues if the you tube videos were true. Which they aren’t. Covid vaccines use fatty lipids not the nanotechnology described in you… Read more »

pattyOfurniture
pattyOfurniture
2 days ago

 The biomolecule ferritin is used in numerous biotech applications (unfortunately many articles require subscriptions). Ferritin is a large multisubunit protein that looks like a big spherical cage. One of its functions is to sequester iron. One ferritin complex can contain thousands of iron atoms. Sure enough a “vaccine” using ferritin as the vehicle to present spike protein has been developed. This “vaccine” was delivered as an mRNA transcript and expressed in mice. The article says that “robust pipelines have been established for large-scale manufacturing of ferritin-based vaccines”. Are they already producing it? It’s argued that this hybrid ferritin/spike antigen elicits a stronger immune response. Sure.
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https://beholdthemark.com/f/the-magnet-challenge-and-ferritin

Last edited 2 days ago by pattyOfurniture
nemo
nemo
2 days ago

How would this protein affect anemic people?

Billybob
Billybob
1 day ago
Reply to  nemo

It might not stick.