What are Elon Musk's magic magnetic particles in Gates mRNA vaccines?
If you haven’t noticed, there’s a fair amount of speculation on social media about whether or not some of the COVID-19 vaccines contained graphene.
Every time a study pops up that says graphene is in some vaccine, the study is usually poorly funded and not up to rigorous scientific standards. “Fact checkers” pounce on the study. They report the errors, and the things that they can’t say are wrong, they say are not definitive.
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In the background of all this, there is the richest man in the world making public statements about his magic magnetic particles that are used by CureVac in their vaccines. These magnetic particles “stick to DNA,” according to Mr. Musk.
CureVac is partnered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, CEPI, CRISPR, and so on.
Musk and Gates met in China in 2015, and I suspect they discussed a partnership there.
Let’s take a look at what information there is on the invisible magic magnetic particles that we are not allowed to not know the composition of, and “fact checkers” don’t dare to discuss.
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