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I found this today. I understand correlation doesn't mean causation but see for yourself:

Superparamagnetic Nanoparticle Delivery of Drugs and Vaccines

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Low efficiency is often observed in the delivery of DNA vaccines. The use of superparamagnetic nanoparticles (SPIONs) to deliver genes via magnetofection could improve transfection efficiency and target the vector to its desired locality. Here, magnetofection was used to enhance the delivery of a malaria DNA vaccine encoding Plasmodium yoelii merozoite surface protein MSP1(19) (VR1020-PyMSP1(19)) that plays a critical role in Plasmodium immunity. The plasmid DNA (pDNA) containing membrane associated 19-kDa carboxyl-terminal fragment of merozoite surface protein 1 (PyMSP1(19)) was conjugated with superparamagnetic nanoparticles coated with polyethyleneimine (PEI) polymer, with different molar ratio of PEI nitrogen to DNA phosphate. We reported the effects of SPIONs-PEI complexation pH values on the properties of the resulting particles, including their ability to condense DNA and the gene expression in vitro. By initially lowering the pH value of SPIONs-PEI complexes to 2.0, the size of the complexes decreased since PEI contained a large number of amino groups that became increasingly protonated under acidic condition, with the electrostatic repulsion inducing less aggregation. Further reaggregation was prevented when the pHs of the complexes were increased to 4.0 and 7.0, respectively, before DNA addition. SPIONs/PEI complexes at pH 4.0 showed better binding capability with PyMSP1(19) gene-containing pDNA than those at neutral pH, despite the negligible differences in the size and surface charge of the complexes. This study indicated that the ability to protect DNA molecules due to the structure of the polymer at acidic pH could help improve the transfection efficiency. The transfection efficiency of magnetic nanoparticle as carrier for malaria DNA vaccine in vitro into eukaryotic cells, as indicated via PyMSP1(19) expression, was significantly enhanced under the application of external magnetic field, while the cytotoxicity was comparable to the benchmark nonviral reagent (Lipofectamine 2000).

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21361304/
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On 5/23/2021 at 6:03 PM, FrankVitali said:

Errrrrr...

 

 

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Thanks Frank. That's a fantastic find which has lead me to these....

 

Beware of the spookey music....

 

 

There are many brands like surebeads, dynabeads, sureselect, sansure...so many of them. :O

 

More info:

thermofisher.com/ie/en/home/brands/product-brand/dynal/dynabeads-technology.html

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If everyone becomes magnetic, we'll generate electricity. I think this is the goal. lol

Imagine, a football stadium or concert full of people, lights and all the other electrical equipments that needs energy is powered by you.

 

For lack of prepping forum and since we are on magnet topic, I'll leave this info here. I don't know how much it costs but perfect for when there is a blackout. No fuel, no noise. Close your curtains and nobody will know that you have an electric heater going etc. I want one of this.

 

https://www.saveourplanet.us/generator.html

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Posted this on the corona mega thread but thought I should post here too-

 

41 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

This has been suggested as possible cause for magnetic arm after vaxx-

 

Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24715289/

 

From what I've read the Iron Oxide Nanoparticles (SPIONs) and similar nanoparticles are also used in other medical  procedures including 'Magnetic Hyperthermia therapy';

 

(from Wikipedia)-

 

Hyperthermia therapy (or hyperthermia, or thermotherapy) is a type of medical treatment in which body tissue is exposed to temperatures in the region of 40-45°C (104-113°F). Hyperthermia is usually applied as an adjuvant to radiotherapy or chemotherapy, to which it works as a sensitizer, in an effort to treat cancer

 

(They inject the tumour with magnetic nanoparticles in this case, then heat the particles up)

 

these are the adverse effects according to wiki-

 

External application of heat may cause surface burns.[13] Tissue damage to a target organ with a regional treatment will vary with what tissue is heated (e.g. brain treated directly may injure the brain, lung tissue treated directly may cause pulmonary problems) Whole body hyperthermia can cause swelling, blood clots, and bleeding.[12] Systemic shock, may result, but is highly dependent upon method difference in achieving it. It may also cause cardiovascular toxicity.[10] All techniques are often combined with radiation or chemotherapy, muddying how much toxicity is the result of those treatments versus the temperature elevation achieved.

 

 

Here's an example of Hyperthermia therapy used to kill bacteria on prosthetic joint inside patient's knee-

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I'm curious if they could achieve a similar effect on the vaccinated using 5G towers, etc. instead of a solenoid coil/Alternating Magnetic Field Device?

 

Also chromosomes themselves are 'super solenoid structures' apparently- 

 

Finch and Clug (1976) have proposed an arrangement of chromatin in the chromosome model of nucleosomes. The coiled DNA according to them is in the string of nucleosomes. The  nuleosome string is then coiled into 300A wide solenoid, which in turn coils to form a supersolenoid with a diametre of 4000A. This super solenoid structure is the unit fibre (chromonema seen in light microscope) whose coils constitute the chromosomes.

https://www.biology-today.com/cell-biology/ultrastructure-of-chromosome/

 

 

Presumably that means chromosomes and DNA are electromagnets and produce their own magnetic fields - as well as being naturally sensitive to EMF, even without the addition of magnetic nanoparticles.

 

There's another paper here that goes into more detail (haven't read it all)-

Applications of Magnetic Nanoparticles in Medicine: Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia

http://prhsj.rcm.upr.edu/index.php/prhsj/article/viewFile/365/243

 

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i bought some neodymiun magnets.

they actually lightly stick to both my upper arms where a jab would normally be.

i've not had any covid jab

so my child comes over "let me try" and it lightly stuck to his upper arm

 

now if you press one side of the magnet against your arm and it doesn't stick

so you immediately turn the magnet over and it sticks is this the residue

magnetism of the first side causing the other side to stick?

 

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Has anyone done a serious scientific study on this? Because at first glance it looks like another psyop to keep dissidents distracted.

Does this happen on people who had the jab? And people without the jab? There can be so many factors that lead to metallic objects sticking to the skin. I've seen people doing some field testing with magnets, on people with and without the jab, and found no difference. If there's any kind of magnetism, you can put a sheet of paper, or anything more thin, between the arm and the magnet and it should still work. If you can stick pieces of paper to the fridge with a magnet, that's the same principle.

Just be cautious with this. There's a ton of videos circulating through the internet, but that proves nothing.

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One thing for sure, whatever is in this vaccine shite, they are willing to do anything to get it inside us:

 

"Government mandate measures could include vaccine passports, taxes and incentives, denial of access to public or private institutions, border entry or re-entry or forced and unfunded hotel quarantine for travellers as a way of motivating vaccine uptake." https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/05/10/australians-support-mandatory-covid-19-vaccine-survey.html

 

Evil... pure and undiluted.

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15 hours ago, Lightning Bolt said:

Has anyone done a serious scientific study on this? Because at first glance it looks like another psyop to keep dissidents distracted.

Does this happen on people who had the jab? And people without the jab? There can be so many factors that lead to metallic objects sticking to the skin. I've seen people doing some field testing with magnets, on people with and without the jab, and found no difference. If there's any kind of magnetism, you can put a sheet of paper, or anything more thin, between the arm and the magnet and it should still work. If you can stick pieces of paper to the fridge with a magnet, that's the same principle.

Just be cautious with this. There's a ton of videos circulating through the internet, but that proves nothing.

 

It is a shame that you don't take that same level of doubt to the mainstream media. 

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You guys check this out!  This explains the magnetism from the kill shots.  Check out the video interview in the clip.

https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/magnetism-intentionally-added-to-vaccine-to-force-mrna-through-entire-body/
 

Heath Economist, Dr Jane Ruby, with more than 20 years in pharmaceutical research joins Stew Peters to explain why we’re seeing these magnetic effects associated with the COVID injections. She explains that manipulative magnetic nanoparticles were deliberately added to the shots, because “It is a more aggressive delivery mechanism to get it [the mRNA that creates the spike proteins] into every cell in your body. It’s a process called ‘magneto-fection’…they are using magnetic fields through different chemicals to actually concentrate the mRNA into peoples’ cells. This is in alignment with everything we’ve been reporting for weeks, now. We just know what and how is behind these magnetic phenomena, where people are having these items are sticking to them.

“So, what it is is a lipid nano-particle and it’s a super delivery system and there are places in your body that synthetic DNA and RNA should not be going and yet, this approach forces the material – the mRNA encoding – to force your cells to make, over and over again, these dangerous spike proteins all over your body. It’s actually a forced gene delivery system.”

 

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Magnetofection: enhancing and targeting gene delivery by magnetic force in vitro and in vivo
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11857068/  

 

Abstract

Low efficiencies of nonviral gene vectors, the receptor-dependent host tropism of adenoviral or low titers of retroviral vectors limit their utility in gene therapy. To overcome these deficiencies, we associated gene vectors with superparamagnetic nanoparticles and targeted gene delivery by application of a magnetic field. This potentiated the efficacy of any vector up to several hundred-fold, allowed reduction of the duration of gene delivery to minutes, extended the host tropism of adenoviral vectors to nonpermissive cells and compensated for low retroviral titer. More importantly, the high transduction efficiency observed in vitro was reproduced in vivo with magnetic field-guided local transfection in the gastrointestinal tract and in blood vessels. Magnetofection provides a novel tool for high throughput gene screening in vitro and can help to overcome fundamental limitations to gene therapy in vivo. 

Taken from Max Igans latest video;
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Mr8U17D1qDuo/ 

 

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On 6/6/2021 at 10:16 PM, Lightning Bolt said:

Has anyone done a serious scientific study on this? Because at first glance it looks like another psyop to keep dissidents distracted.

Does this happen on people who had the jab? And people without the jab? There can be so many factors that lead to metallic objects sticking to the skin. I've seen people doing some field testing with magnets, on people with and without the jab, and found no difference. If there's any kind of magnetism, you can put a sheet of paper, or anything more thin, between the arm and the magnet and it should still work. If you can stick pieces of paper to the fridge with a magnet, that's the same principle.

Just be cautious with this. There's a ton of videos circulating through the internet, but that proves nothing.

Anthony Patch has done some scientific research on this, whilst he’s open minded, he isn’t convinced. I sometimes watch him on his bitchute channel 

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On 6/6/2021 at 6:16 PM, Lightning Bolt said:

Has anyone done a serious scientific study on this? Because at first glance it looks like another psyop to keep dissidents distracted.

Does this happen on people who had the jab? And people without the jab? There can be so many factors that lead to metallic objects sticking to the skin. I've seen people doing some field testing with magnets, on people with and without the jab, and found no difference. If there's any kind of magnetism, you can put a sheet of paper, or anything more thin, between the arm and the magnet and it should still work. If you can stick pieces of paper to the fridge with a magnet, that's the same principle.

Just be cautious with this. There's a ton of videos circulating through the internet, but that proves nothing.


Last year's common flu jabs ALSO have this effect.

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On 6/7/2021 at 12:07 AM, DarianF said:

One thing for sure, whatever is in this vaccine shite, they are willing to do anything to get it inside us:

 

"Government mandate measures could include vaccine passports, taxes and incentives, denial of access to public or private institutions, border entry or re-entry or forced and unfunded hotel quarantine for travellers as a way of motivating vaccine uptake." https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2021/05/10/australians-support-mandatory-covid-19-vaccine-survey.html

 

Evil... pure and undiluted.

In a weird way i wish they would hurry up and start the forced vaccinations,within 5 days of that happening everybody would have a good idea if there is hope or the country is going to fall completely it would be the barometer of push back,and i like to think theres more of that than they would dare to contemplate

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