Dr. Malone took one of the hot batches with multi-deaths reported
Check out this interesting post by Dr. Robert Malone who took two Moderna shots. He had no adverse reactions to the first shot, but had a very wicked reaction to the second. He used https://www.howbadismybatch.com/ to look up the lot numbers of his shots. The first shot returned no bad reaction. The second lot number has 8 deaths and 16 disabilities attributed to it.
According to the website above, the data reported in VAERS, reproduced on the site, show that adverse events triggered by Moderna batches have varied widely.
- 5% of the batches appear to have produced 90% of the adverse reactions
- Some Moderna batches are associated with 50 x the number of deaths and disabilities compared to other batches.
With that knowledge, I entered my batch code in the search box. The first injection had almost no significant adverse events associated with it. The second jab, frankly shocked me
Here are the results:
Now, I don’t know how many doses are in each batch. But I do know my batch was most definitely in the top 5%. So, not really a surprise in retrospect that I had such a serious adverse event profile.
How lucky do you feel? I’m not going to try a turn of the vaccine roulette wheel if I can help it.
But thanks to the EUA, nobody can be held responsible. What a cluster$&*#.
However, this raises an interesting question: what *if* the vaccines are safer than thought. IF there weren’t any bad batches and contaminations, the safety profile might be more favorable. What if the “issue” of mRNA is mostly related to that ?
I thought there were batches with thousands of deaths, not just a handful.
As far as maybe the vaccine is safe if you didn’t get a bad lot, there are indications there were intentional differences in the lots, different strengths. If so, this could be one of the many reasons why the vaccine hasn’t been approved yet. The manufacturers must submit the actual list of ingredients immediately after the drug is approved. I don’t think they’re interested in doing that yet.
This guy has been on the subject since it first broke.. doing videos, and more recently opening up a publicly accessible dashboard for data analysis;
The “hot lot” question is a very interesting one.. but it’s hard to make much sense of it or to use it as there will be a natural lag of data for newer lots.. meaning that if you are under the gun due to a mandate and want to avoid a hot lot, a quick look-up prior to injection might help protect you from a known hot lot, but it also could just as easily fool you into thinking your lot is safe because of few reported incidents… and this may simply be the result of it being new on the scene.
Kat43, there are thousands of lots. https://vaersanalysis.info/2022/01/15/hot-lots-update-for-covid-19-jabs-data-through-1-7-22/ has an excellent analysis on the “hot lot” phenomenon.
Next, we plot the histograms showing the frequency of occurrence of lots containing various ranges of death and adverse events. We find that this time around, 100% of the deaths occurred in 11.1% of the available lot numbers (whereas it was 4.6% in the prior post). Also, only 5.3% of the lots cause more than 100 adverse events, and only 12% of the lots cause more than 10 adverse events.
However, this raises an interesting question: what *if* the vaccines are safer than thought. IF there weren’t any bad batches and contaminations, the safety profile might be more favorable.
We don’t know which are the defective batches. It’s possible the “hot lots” are the properly made batches and all the others are defective. It’s impossible to conclude anything at this point. The defective batches could be quite safe and also 100% not efficacious, to use a word that the Lord of Science spouts frequently.
My neighbor just informed me that placebos were still being used after the vaccination rollout. My wife who took one dose of Pfizer and no reactions. We searched her lot # and it was not on the list. Apparently they only post biologically active lots.
I can’t wrap my head around this issue. She took the first shot and of course assumed she was being vaccinated. If placebos were being used would not mandatory disclosure of such a possibility be a legal requirement.
Where can I sign up for the placebo ?