Magnetic - The latest viral internet craze (what's in the vaccine vials)



Developing A Magnetic Personality.

From Shedding Spikes to I Borg - Meet the Latest Internet Sensation.

The latest craze to hit the net, originally claimed a fake-as-feck poisoning of the well, is ripping through cyberspace with no signs of stopping, as it rises in global popularity the world over, some say it’s this covid-gens ice bucket challenge.

Thus, the Magnet challenge is well and truly born, but remember Kidz, you need to get the shot/s to play the game safely in the comfort of your own home, unless you have a willing shot-up victim prepared earlier on hand and once you have overcome your repulsive fear of nano-bot “shedding”, then why not give it a try!



They didn’t tell me this was going ot be a side affect when I got this shot

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It’s not a :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: microchip

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This is a friend of mine on telegram and his mom my goodness what is going on


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  • elixir drawing iron in the blood to location
  • chipped
  • nano chips

“Guiding magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles with the help of an external magnetic field to its target is the principle behind the development of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) as novel drug delivery vehicles.”

“The efficiency of delivery of DNA vaccines is often relatively low compared to protein vaccines. The use of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) to deliver genes via magnetofection shows promise in improving the efficiency of gene delivery both in vitro and in vivo.”

Iron overload by Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles is a High Risk Factor in Cirrhosis by a Systems Toxicology Assessment

Symptoms of Iron poisoning:

After those early symptoms, other serious complications can develop within 48 hours after the iron overdose, such as:

  • dizziness
  • low blood pressure and a fast or weak pulse
  • headache
  • fever
  • shortness of breath and fluid in the lungs
  • a grayish or bluish color in the skin
  • jaundice (yellowing of the skin due to liver damage)
  • seizures



  • other unknown interactions with blood stream

  • hydrogel

Here we develop a magnetic nucleic acid delivery system composed of iron oxide nanoparticles and cationic lipid-like materials termed lipidoids. Coated nanoparticles are capable of delivering DNA and siRNA to cells in culture. The mean hydrodynamic size of these nanoparticles was systematically varied and optimized for delivery. While nanoparticles of different sizes showed similar siRNA delivery efficiency, nanoparticles of 50–100 nm displayed optimal DNA delivery activity. The application of an external magnetic field significantly enhanced the efficiency of nucleic acid delivery, with performance exceeding that of the commercially available lipid-based reagent, Lipofectamine 2000.


Applications of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in drug and therapeutic delivery, and biotechnological advancements

“SPIONs have immense potential in diagnostics and treatment of various diseases, and also, in biotechnology and research. However, there is still a lack of understanding about how to synthesize SPIONs that are truly safe for human application and also for the environment.”

Size and dimension is important…

“Some authors state that SPIONs having sizes between 5 and 10 nm are best for certain slow drug release treatments [46], however, others report that these ultrasmall SPIONs are dangerous due to their large in-tissue dispersity [67]. Other reports suggest that very small (less than 10 nm) and very large (more than 200 nm) SPIONs are to be considered dangerous for the human organism, and that the intermediate range from 30 to 50 nm should be used for nanomedicine [68]. Very small nanoparticles can easily enter a cell nucleus inducing DNA damage [69], and some authors emphasize that ultrasmall SPIONs can be used for gene therapy because of that [70]. SPIONs with diameters of about 100 nm are favored for their good surface-to-volume ratio and dispersion properties [71]. Also, the smaller the nanoparticle is, the longer it is retained in the blood circulation [72], which could also lead to capillary blockage . Despite these issues, 5 to 15 nm SPIONs are currently approved and used for human medical applications, such as MRI, even with acknowledged side effects [73,74]. These features are very important in in vivo applications because different types of cells internalize nanoparticles only at certain dimensions, as shown in in vitro tests. Larger particles, exceeding 500 nm are endocytosed to a far smaller extent [75,76].”

…“Due to the fact that iron oxides have a certain toxicity when in direct contact with cell components, SPIONs designed for biological applications are synthesized with biocompatible coatings.”

…"Naked iron oxide nanoparticles were repeatedly shown to be toxic in vitro and in vivo [24]. Also, the synthesis of nanoparticles larger than 20 nm requires a certain surface coverage of the nanoparticles to obtain a monodisperse colloidal solution and to prevent the aggregation of nanoparticles. The substances used for the synthesis are either lipids or surfactants. In contact with a living cell, the lipids will be stripped from the particle, leaving the bare nanoparticle in direct contact with the biological material, thus, inducing cytotoxicity. Some surfactants may not be biocompatible because they can disturb the lipid and protein metabolism [78]. In order to use SPIONs for medical applications it is necessary to cover the SPIONs with a biocompatible material that prevents the aggregation of the nanoparticles. Nanoparticle coating or conjugation has the advantage of creating a designed surface chemistry for specific applications. This coating has a downside as well. It reduces the hyperthermia capabilities of nanoparticles because it lowers the magnetic saturation and it can also alter the stability of the nanoparticles [79]. For drug delivery the surface functionalization is critical. Studies have shown that covalent binding of drugs can enable slow drug release at the targeted site. A functionalization that permits only adsorption can lead to premature drug release [33,46,80].

Mojica Pisciotti and co-workers [39] studied the effects of dextran and PEG coatings on two animal kidney cell lines and showed that dextran-coated SPIONs are not cytotoxic even at a concentration of 400 µg Fe/mL, in contrast to the PEG-coated SPIONs, which reached 50% toxicity at 100 µg Fe/mL. Dextran was shown to get stripped from the nanoparticles in macrophages that were later apoptotic. The authors concluded that apoptosis was caused first by dextran intoxication and later by iron oxidative stress [81]. Dextran-coated SPIONs were found to accumulate in large amounts in tumor sites in mice, in contrast to PEG-coated SPIONs, which did not accumulate, even in the presence of an external magnet at the tumor site. The PEG-coated SPIONs exhibited a longer blood circulation time than dextran-coated SPIONs [39], having better colloidal stability and reduced agglomeration tendency. In addition, very importantly, the PEG coating did not degrade the magnetization properties of the nanoparticles [82]. Chen et al. [40] showed that SPIONs functionalized with PEG , grafted with polyethyleneimine and conjugated with CD44 siRNA can be used as non-viral gene therapy vectors. Polyethylene imine is the material of choice for nucleic acid intracellular delivery, as it gives a positive charge to the nanoparticle surface [41]."

Is this really why MRI’s should be delayed?

Is it safe to get a diagnostic imaging exam, like an MRI or CT scan, after you get a COVID-19 vaccine?

If you need a diagnostic imaging exam that includes your axillary lymph nodes, talk to your doctor to see if it is medically appropriate to delay the exam for 6 to 10 weeks after your COVID-19 vaccination. Your body’s immune response to the vaccine may cause temporary inflammation of your axillary lymph nodes and interfere with your imaging exam.


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The main goal of this study was to investigate the capsid protein of hepatitis B virus (HBc) assembly into virus-like particles with superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) as a magnetic core in relation to their characteristics. "

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Oh look it’s the MSM doing what the MSM does best these days. :whistle:

Newsweeks DeBunker Crack Squad Shoot to Kill Policy:

Goodbye, See you next week!

Coronavirus 2020


Officials say 130 suspected victims of possible energy weapon

Of course it’s all Russia’s fault!


Maybe it really is time, to make or purchase that tinfoil hat for your wardrobe, chainmail may also come back in fashion the way things are going. :blush:


Uh huh.

Maybe the government want you to wear a tinfoil hat, did you think of that?? :clown_face::clown_face:

In February 2005, some CSAIL graduate students “Published” a paper on the effect of tinfoil hats on blocking mind control satellites. They measured the attenuation of radio signals as a function of frequency and determined that certain frequencies which are reserved for government use are actually amplified by the tinfoil hats. Clearly the government must have started the tinfoil hat craze so it could more effectively spy on its citizens.


“We advocate for human rights frameworks that address Neurotechnology and AI threats” from the scientists that created the technology.


Maybe the tinfoil hat conspiracies is really about to take off? This doesn’t look like Russia to me?


Seen elsewhere…

I have a reader, but would be hard to use discreetly…


Ask them to take The BORG Challenge, prove if they are Human or BORG - might work as an ice breaker :wink:


Radiologists must master potential imaging pitfalls stemming from COVID-19 vaccinations

Radiologists must educate themselves about the potential imaging findings stemming from COVID-19 vaccinations, experts charged on Wednesday.

Imaging can serve as a “valuable asset” in this process, providing crucial data on these drugs. This could include everything from vaccine efficiency in the research setting to understanding the various confusing radiologic patterns that may pose diagnostic challenges for physicians, according to an editorial in Clinical Imaging .

“Radiologists need to be aware of vaccines’ potential implications on imaging studies,” Ali Gholamrezanezhad, MD, with the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, and colleagues wrote Jan. 27. “Being familiar with these findings and pitfalls will help radiologists prepare for possible imaging challenges in immunized patients in the future.”

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The year before the punchline, someone was checking out the locals and wildlife.



So… has anyone else seen the videos of non-vaccinated people being magnetic?

I don’t have an online link (I don’t have tiktok) will try hunt tomorrow, sorry so here’s a still. She didn’t ‘put’ it on, someone threw it (gently & closely) onto her.

The other two clips were of meat. One steak, one chicken, both US accents. Magnets sticking to the meat. They inverted it, took it on & off, moved it etc. If they’re fake they’re bloody convincing.



Ok - just saw one on twitter I can link to!



Now the wieird thing about this is it’s also not weird or it use to be weird in a Ripley Believe it Or Not type of weird way. Magnetic people have always been a thing of amusement, like those who eat entire airplanes or can pull ships with their teeth and then the people who can’t go near electronics because they blow up or short.

Another example from 2011


Whatever it is, its not magnetism, that woman has brass coins and a brass key stuck to her.


Graphene Oxide? :thinking: