Preamble Data challenging any scientific consensus that has been woven into a political fabric is frequently met with irrational hostility. In these circumstances it is prudent to make your hypothesis as easily reproducible as possible. When lives are at stake, waiting 6-12 months for peer review is irresponsible. You are gambling with 3 anonymous reviewers who will opine, emit half contemplated criticisms and occasional bromides, but never pick up a pipette to assess the veracity of the work.
Here's some relevant info about the Pfizer vax and its true country of origin from an ex-employee at Pfizer's McPherson Kansas plant - https://rumble.com/v2dj152-full-episode-69-live-q-and-a-with-vsrf-founder-steve-kirsch-and-pfizer-whis.html at 28m30sec - and a report which corroborates a fairly long history of problems there:
"Pfizer has tapped its McPherson, Kansas, manufacturing plant for fill-finish work as it hustles to double its weekly COVID-19 vaccine output in the U.S. But the facility has a history of problems—and found itself in the FDA's crosshairs as recently as last January.
Pfizer’s McPherson plant was dinged by FDA inspectors for quality and cleanliness issues during a visit in late 2019 and early 2020, according to an inspection report obtained by Bloomberg via the Freedom of Information Act.
The plant, enlisted to fill and finish doses of Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine Comirnaty, has received a laundry list of complaints from the FDA since Pfizer acquired it as part of its Hospira buyout in 2015. Pfizer has repeatedly vouched for remediation efforts there, and “as of today, the McPherson site’s plan remains on track, with nearly all of the improvements completed,” Eamonn Nolan, senior manager of global media relations at Pfizer, said via email.
The 2019-20 inspection found that the plant had released drugs without reviewing quality issues flagged during routine testing. Inspectors also turned up mold and bacteria in areas that were meant to be sterile and said the plant neglected to properly sample drugs for excessive levels of certain toxins, Bloomberg reported.
Specifically, the McPherson plant failed to adequately test for endotoxins—which are created by bacteria like Escherichia coli or botulism—in drugs such as morphine and the cancer med Nivestym." https://www.fiercepharma.com/manufacturing/pfizer-s-mcpherson-plant-filling-covid-19-vaccine-dinged-for-repeat-offenses-last
You said: "This is likely the result of handling highly concentrated nucleic acids that are encased in Lipid Nanoparticles. LNPs aerosolize easily upon negative pressure. Very analogously to how masks don’t stop aerosolized viruses, filter tip pipettes don’t stop aerosols. Pipette tip filters are much thicker than an N95 mask."
I presume you have seen this?
Thankyou, again, from the bottom of my heart! My wife is vaccine injured and these studies are nothing but a step in the right direction for developing future tests for her.
I love the fact that you are substacking this! there’s nothing wrong with making your work available to everyone as soon as results are out.
Any scientist that wants to whine about the format is just as bad as one that wants to complain about the language used ie. The Pradhan et al paper.
Keep it up mate!
If I make some money soon, I'll set up a back yard lab for reproducing the wetware they're spraying and injecting into everyone.
I could even do experiments on plants with available nutrient EDTA formulations. It will be fun.
“They” keep calling it a vaccine, but it is not. No matter the study, I think the biggest mistake for any researcher-scientist is to keep referring to it as a vaccine. Same as 911 and having experts, in spite of their field, to keep calling it an Islamic Terrorist event, which is was not, or using terms like hijacker, when in fact all three were drones and one misstep for the pentagon.
Am I the only person that suspects Anandamide's articles are jokes on dumb people? I'm pretty sure half of these words and possibly all of these tests being mentioned are made up. Also, in case it's not clear, I have no idea what I'm talking about and my education on this subject is precisely zero. But I'm still pretty sure that all of this is nonsense.
You win the prize
Can you make it any easier for them? lol
In previous post you stated that you tested two different vials of the Pfizer bivalent, is the DNA content in one of the vial significantly higher than the other one? Or both of the Pfizer vials have basically the same magnitude of DNA contents inside them? Also, do those DNA fragments generate bacterial/viral peptides that will attract immunity or activate T killer cells? (Are they immunogenic?) What will happen if they are integrated into the genome of cells? Will those cells died off?
Kevin, I would like to see you, Peter McCullough and anyone else with the appropriate pedigree declare that any and all mRNA products should be withheld from market until at last ~10 years of safety testing has been done. Cheers, Elliott
Fantastic work again. Are you aware if any labs are taking up the mantle and reproducing/corroborating your work? This need to be done ASAP.
Brilliant work! Thank you for the tenacity & rigor especially!