The magnet “challenge”

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  • Thu, Jun 03, 2021 - 05:58pm

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    Jae888

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    The magnet “challenge”

I heard that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines contain hydrogels.  I also recently found out that some hydrogels can be magnetic.  Could this be the reason why some people are noticing the magnetic effect?

Here’s a link that speaks more to hydrogels that can be magnetic:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7068712/

  • Fri, Jun 04, 2021 - 05:11pm

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    Hardwinds

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    The magnet “challenge”

This seems like a very easy thing to test with a metal detector. I saw a video yesterday of this but tried pulling it up today, it’s scrubbed from youtube. The next stage instead of seeing more magnet videos is to take common diagnostic tools and apply them and try to start quantifying results

  • Mon, Jun 14, 2021 - 05:07pm

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    The magnet “challenge”

Another video. Why this effect??? https://youtu.be/eeucIpi9ldM

  • Sun, Jul 04, 2021 - 09:39pm

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    Magnetization from a COVID vaccine

A potential magnetic effect from the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine is not due to metal nor a hypothesized nano tracker.

One of the telling clues comes from one of the videos showing the coin-shaped magnet being repelled on one side and attracted on the other side. Like magnetic poles repel and opposite poles attract. Thus, there is a magnetic field being created under the skin, near the injection site.

Potential sources of magnetism in a human body

1. Iron in the blood – iron has tiny magnetic domains that easily line up in temperatures less than the Curie Temperature which is about 1014 degrees Fahrenheit. When these domains line up, they create a magnetic field. The iron is part of platelets which normally have arbitrary orientation with respect to each other.

2. Cells that have circular movement – the cells in each of our bodies function via Van der Waals forces. This is a weak electrical force. Thus, there is some amount of net electrical charge that could be associated with a cell at a given moment in time. Moving electrical charges create magnetic fields (This part of accepted physics is described in Maxwell’s Equations.) The imbalance of charge across many cells would need to have the same sign (positive or negative) and they would be moving. For the localized effect observed, circular motion makes the most sense.

What would cause charged particles to move in a circle, or for the iron in blood platelets to create a torque on each platelet to align platelets in the same magnetic direction? A magnetic field. This means that the injection itself creates a magnetic field. This is due to the electromagnetic properties of the mRNA or equivalent in the injection and the straight line, rapid movement of this material.

The orientation of the injection (i.e. the orientation of the magnetic field) with respect to the surface of the skin will determine if an external magnet experiences enough of a magnetic force to respond and stick.

If the injection occurs in a area where there is sufficient blood flow, the alignment of platelets could cause a chain reaction as more and more platelets align with each other. All blood flowing through the area where the cells/charges are moving in a circular path will encounter a force for platelets to align. Once aligned, there is no particular electromagnetic force in the body to get them out of alignment; although there could be mechanical forces on the platelets over time that might affect alignment. The geometry of the injection, the swirling body/flesh/muscle cells and the blood vessels matter for how strong or minor these magnetic effects will be.

That’s my analysis. Any other physics-literate people see problems with this?

 

  • Fri, Jul 09, 2021 - 02:29am

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    The magnet “challenge”, long vaxx

My supermagnet (salvaged from a broken HDD; the strongest type of magnet available) did not do anything. Not at the pfizer-vax site, nowhere else).

 

I checked 3 days after the 1st shot and 3 hrs after the second one.

 

I have had ‘long vax’ syndrome and just took a 2 day course of 6mg ivermectin to mop up the spike protein and to normalize my immune system, which has been running in overdrive since my first shot. I let it go to allow the immunization process take its course. But 4 weeks after shot 2, I’m fed up with the possible side effects

  • Sat, Jul 10, 2021 - 07:10am

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    The magnet “challenge” and micro (nano) chipping

https://www.bitchute.com/video/f7aqVlVpMZMo/

Call me surprised ….NOT.

Great interview with Prof Peter McCullough and Dr Reiner Fuelmich

http://www.rense.com

It’s a biowarfare attack, and the vaccine is part 2

  • Sun, Jul 11, 2021 - 07:19am   (Reply to #56)

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    Rootman

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    long pfizer

2 days of 6 mg ivermectine got rid of all ‘long pfizer’ symptoms bothering me since may 12th!  (fatigue, some brain fog, gout and constipation)

  • Thu, Aug 05, 2021 - 09:36pm

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    The magnet “challenge”

I had a Pfizer shot recently.  (I wont have a second but have reasons to take the first including that I am almost 70 and have a couple co-morbidities)
A week after the shot I had an MRI. Before going into the whole body machine, I had the technician specifically scan my upper arm for metal. No detection.

The technician thought that it was absolutely absurd to think that vaccine recipients might have some residual metal, based on his experience (many people are vaccinated here).

That’s awesome to hear Rootman.

I’m becoming convinced that the pressure to get these shots is only going to increase proportionally to the proof that they are useless to end Covid.

I can bitch all I want about my own country and what it does to its citizens but where they will get a lot of us “upper middle” types is on the international travel.  If country X wants to make you do crazy shit to get in you have a choice to make.

Thats my long winded way of saying Im getting more and more interested in vaccine prophylaxis.

sand puppy posted a super technical paper describing the damage spike proteins do to the body and it showed how ivermectin and NAC help stop it.  I’m very eager to know what to have a whole lot of in my body if I end up getting this shot.

In the fog of war I have no link to provide you but there is apparently study data indicating these mRna vaccines are causing people to make new spike proteins 6 months later so watch for the return of symptoms and keep us posted.

 

  • Thu, Aug 05, 2021 - 10:42pm   (Reply to #13)

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    The magnet “challenge”

One of my best friend’s mom who is in her 80’s had a quarter stick to her arm…so it’s not always the magnet .  You have to try both.  This get stranger by the minute. This was in the Spring and I haven’t seen any since. My husband was not magnetic with the Moderna vaccine.

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