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May 22, 2023·edited May 22, 2023Pinned

Here is an interview with the no-spike guy Scoglio - with none other than Dr Tom Cowan:

https://drtomcowan.com/blogs/podcasts/58-stefano-scoglio?_kx=P_PblnizmbVMxn0wuoCUXvHo3deoleE74fGcfRsO_pM%3D.TVKZzX

53 minutes - I had trouble negotiating his excellent English but highly accented (Italian) - the link above - in the post - to Off Guardian - is both an interview and the full text of that follows. Cowan is voice only.

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I wish I had come across this before I wrote the above post.

While I was watching Englebrecht interview Scoglio I kept thinking... Dr. Cowan should interview this guy.

Thanks for the great find! This interview clears up some things that I didn't have clear in my mind and answers some of the questions in the comments below.

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I warned of the dangerous lipid nanoparticles in February 2021, early enough for lives to have been saved.

https://www.primarydoctor.org/covidvaccine

But Twitter suspended and silenced me. (I had not yet heard of Substack back then.)

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Good for you for cottoning on to all of this in 2021!

Covid is most definitely the crucible.

Hope you were able to direct some of your clients away from the jabs.

Did you know those yucca flowers are edible?

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Yes, we've used yucca for decades in cases of kidney stones, for example.

I've written hundreds of medical exemptions from vaccines over the years, never saying no to that request, because I don't want to be accomplice to a poisoning.

My book Neither Safe Nor Effective: The Evidence Against the COVID Vaccines is almost ready in its 2nd edition. Finishing touches now...

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Let me know when it comes out and I'll link it.

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Thank you, Kyle!

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Trying to help get the word out about all of this.

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Dr. Huber, can you tell me about Yucca and Kidney stones? I've got one now (calcium oxalate) and other than drinking coca cola and jumping up and down on the pavement...there doesn't appear to be a solution to these kind?

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I wish you had been taken seriously... Fake opposition and useful idiots, sadly, took over the playing field since you said that...

LNPs are needed to deliver the self-assembling graphene nanostructures into the body. The time is running late.:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/zombie-armies

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The LNP's are themselves graphene nanostructures.

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Yes, and they are needed for delivering the self-assembling nanocomputers (receiver, transmitter, and CPU) until it gets anchored in the body and can start functioning on bio-electricity...

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May 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

F the Cleveland Clinic and their “chest feeding “ just make it stop

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Them and a thousand other similar "clinics."

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Yes

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No. They are still men, fathers feeding their children

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Yes... it’s called bottle feeding

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Yes, your right. Everyone’s so damn sensitive... it’s driving me bonkers

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May 21, 2023·edited May 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Are synthetic LNP...or synthetic mRNA considered to be biological? Myassumption would be no...in the natural use of the word. If they are synthetic should we expect them to express as biogenetic?

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You would be right. They are created in a lab using ungodly things not found in nature. As such, the body sees such things as foreign and cranks up an immune response.

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This is where Bob Malone is crucial if criminal

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He and everyone else pushing the spike protein narrative.

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Sep 26, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Kyle, what is your thought on Dr Peter McCullough then? I thought he was a good guy, or could he just really be misinformed?

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I think his heart is in the right place. But his mind is still suffering from the indoctrination of 8 years of studying Rockefeller medicine. And his ego is having trouble letting go of his attachment to, and the income he derives from the plethora of papers he's published over the past 40 years, all of which are based on Rockefeller medicine.

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I dont think anyone has found mRNA in any of the vials.... I dont think its possible.

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In 3 years I've been doing this I've seen no evidence anyone has.

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May 22, 2023·edited May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

A dear friend had two pfizer injections and two years later was paralyzed by a giant hemanginoma that luckily just got removed from her spine. She is being told she'll be able to walk again - which is the good news.

Anyone here ever hear of "hemanginomas'?

Other than at birth?

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I had to look that one up.

It would have been interesting to send that hemanginoma to a lab to find out what it is made of. Would it have been similar to the fibrous clots removed by embalmers from bodies of the jabbed?

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May 23, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Yes it sure would have been interesting to know what formed that thing....but I have a total change of topic here to ask you;

Did you see what RFK Jr wrote in the Defender?

“Rashid was an irreplaceable leader in the medical freedom movement. He was also my friend and physician. His early and courageous stand for his patients, for medical integrity and for evidence-based medicine cost him his career, relationships, income and his standing in his community and made him a pariah among his physician colleagues for decades.

“Rashid rarely spoke of his own sacrifices. His consuming focus was on healing the sick, comforting the afflicted and consoling the grief-stricken. I’ll always be grateful to him for the miraculous relief he provided me from mercury toxicity. He gave similar gifts to thousands. I’m grateful to God for giving me such a friend.”

I'd kept up with most of Dr Buttar's latest video interviews, so knew the details of his poisoning - and saw what looked like the apparent state of his good health last Wednesday, the day before he died. Ever since his encounter with God last winter, that was the thing he most wanted to talk about.

Anyway, I had no idea he was actually Bobby's physician.

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Nor did I.

I saw that he had died.

I remember how outspoken he was early on questioning the official covid and jab narratives and thinking... this guy has put a target on his back.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Thank you for your explanation of sequestration of fat soluble toxins as well as the detox system during pregnancy and childbirth.

I'd always thought the firstborn got the benefit of the mother's childhood nutritional foundation - more than subsequent siblings. I'd never thought about the mother's accumulations of toxins having an impact on the baby.

I've also always been a proponent of younger vs older motherhood because of the elasticity, mentally, and physically necessary for keeping up with inquisitive, active little people. Statistics certainly bear out the greater viability of a younger female hormonal system.

I have not noticed firstborns being less robust, except in older first time mothers.

Thank you for answering about hemanginomas, also new to me.

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Your explanations have helped me make sense of so much happening now - why menstrual bleeding would be out of control after these shots, duh, major detoxification pathway! And the poor body yelling, "Help, get this shit out of me!"

We have seen so many clots in the shot people we know, and now I see even further the body's brilliance in attempting to sequester toxins. Do I have this about right?

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Watch Dr. Cowan interview Dr. Scoglio in the comment I pinned at the top of the comment section.

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May 21, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Just found you, great work!

Dr Soglio's research certainly tips the cart over on several topics. He's convinced he's correct and Dr McCullough and others are not.

Dr Ana's work is also open to more scrutiny esp the graphene oxide and LNPs Nanotechnology thesis as well as spike protein

Also, Dr. Geoff Pain recently published what he says is proof (electron microscopy) of the isolated SARS COV 2 virus. His photo is from Australia at the very beginning of this mess. And yet the seasonal flu virtually disappeared! The vaccines are still being pushed however 🤔🙄

One thing is certain, someone is full of Bullshit 💩💩💩

Back in the rabbit holes I guess 😁

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Welcome and thanks Daniel.

Do you have a link to the Pain photo? I've looked into this for several years and never found anything legit. Numerous people have attacked me saying the virus exists but when I ask them for proof they never come back with anything.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young
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You might want to watch Dr. Cowan interview Dr. Scoglio. There is a link to it in the comment I pegged at the top.

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💯 🙏

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Thanks.

I think that's the same story Dr. Peter McCullough refers to. That's pretty typical of the lame articles claiming to show the virus. First of all, Dr Kary Mullis, who won a nobel prize for inventing the PCR test, was adamant that his test should never be used to determine disease infection because the test can find "anything in anyone".

What are they comparing it to? Where is the original model that tells them this one is a match? How do they know the particles they claim it's similar to were viral strains? How do they know this is the causative agent?

Dr. Sam Bailey tears this case study apart better than I can.

https://drsambailey.substack.com/

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May 23, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Thanks. Will watch it.

Not making any conclusions, just saw that photo or any photos of it for the first time in three years.

Saw Dr Mullis videos early on around his death where he explains what you just did and excoriates Fauci. So much documentation pretty much proving Fauci has been corrupt from the beginning in the 1980s

Really admire Stacks like Kingston Sasha Latypova Sage Hana Paul Alexander many more

I appreciate your work references and reply💜

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Thank you Daniel.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

So, if graphene oxide in the covid jabs is causing problems, what is it that caused symptoms in the unjabbed? I ask because I caught Cv19 in Dec 2019 with my symptoms emerging about a week or so later. in early Jan 2020. Immune system type problems.

What was it that infected me and many others around that time? We can't blame the jabs, but did they manage to create some sort of pathogen with graphene oxide in it that could be transferred from person to person, or was it something different from the jabs? Maybe an attack on the human micro biome?

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In a word, shedding. As I pointed out here - https://secularheretic.substack.com/p/shedding-revealed - that shedding is a very real thing is no longer disputable. As to what is being shed is still being debated by many. I tend to align with Dr. Tom Cowan - https://secularheretic.substack.com/p/interview-with-dr-tom-cowan-4a9 - but there may be other factors at work.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Bonus day! - your interview with Cowan is new to me - (on the list it goes).

But if we assume Scoglio is correct - NObody is shedding the Spike Protein - since the injections do NOT elicit spike protein production in victims (i.e. those injected). It seems a near universal assumption in "shedding" talk that it is the spike being shed.

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What Tom and I discussed as "shedding" is not that something physical is being shed, rather that some... frequency, for lack of a better word, is possibly coming from the vaccinated (or some other source) that's disrupting the wave frequencies in the structured water in our cells which triggers an immune response. That in turn results in symptoms of illness.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Recently read Cowan's 2019 book Cancer and the New Biology of Water. Expect that 'structured' water will be included in tour detox post, coming our way soon, hopefully.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

I am vaguely familiar with Cowan's thinking about water and biology. So, "frequency" is a suggestive start. Another MD - on our side - I saw him lots at the start of the Covid operation; much less recently is Dr Larry Palevsky. When people started to speak about shedding, he offered the analogy -for a mechanism of action - the way in which women living in close proximity will often quickly sync up their menstrual cycles. Our bodies speak - they don't only (or never?) merely broadcast pathogens.

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I like that analogy. I've also talked about how trees in a forest communicate with each to crank up an immune response when a beetle infestation is beginning.

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May 23, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Yep. It's communication I think - an electrical transmission from the mycorrhizal network - mycelium - at the roots as well as from the trunk bark, branches and leaves.

And in people? Guess it's pretty much the same.

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I guess until we know what made people ill, we won't know how they passed it on to others. It seems to me it came through the air. Some people did not develop any symptoms which may depend on their genes as, if this was a bio weapon, it could have been made to target certain humans more than others. Then it would also depend on how much exposure you had to the pathogen at the time and how robust your immune sysytem was.

The bigger picture is that they created a pandemic for a reason and a big reason is the 4th industrial revolution. I was looking at Alison McDowell's site and she has done a lot of work on the danger of an AI-run future using blockchain technology.

https://wrenchinthegears.com/elements/about/

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Some of the cutting edge doctors I follow would say it has less to do with genes and more to do with toxic overload and bad nutrition.

They would also point out that a covid "pathogen" has never been isolated.

They would also argue that there was never a pandemic, only a massive fear campaign so that many people with a mild cold freaked out and went to the hospital where they were given a death sentence of being put on remdesivir and then ventilators.

Several years ago I had lunch with Alison McDowell. She is very well informed about AI and the transhumanist agenda. Not so well informed about the topics I just mentioned.

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I have seen research that shows the military can indeed target certain gene types. I wouldn't put it past them. This pandemic did after all, come out of the military.

They could target the human micro biome , for example but particularly make it bad for Europeans.

There was never a pandemic but that doesn't mean some pathogen wasn't released in various place a around the globe. Hysteria and bad treatments etc did the rest.

I am a very healthy person but I still developed symptoms after exposure to somebody with a weird, dry cough who later said he'd had Covid 19.

The 'pandemic' was a trojan horse but that doesn't mean there wasn't something that made people sick. And the 'vaccines' certainly are.

Smokers were not so likely to develop symptoms, which kind of makes me wonder if nicotine may have helped stop the toxin/pathogen getting deep in to the body.

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UNITE ALL PEOPLES OF OUR GOD GIVEN EARTH Against these demonic murderous dregs they keep murdering UNTIL WE END THEM

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It's good that finally somebody says this apart from Ana Maria Mihalcea and me. Ana proved several points that I substantiated using simple logic:

https://anamihalceamdphd.substack.com

For spike, mRNA technology would be needed, but it hasn't been deployed, because it would kill the perps, too.

I already said that mRNA was a red herring last June (June 13, 2022):

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/mrna

Added the following on January 8, 2023:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/why-not-mrna

And conclusively closed the case on May 2, 2023:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/the-problem-with-mrna

Plenty of other things can produce the same result and can be controlled:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/bioweapons

"Monoclonal antibodies" are just as harmful as the "convid" injections themselves, which I posted no May 13, 2022:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/monoclonal-antibodies

My conjecturing was proven on December 29, 2022:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/again-something-i-said-several-months

"Antibodies" are just as much of a fraud as "viral infections."

What makes people sick? Here is the long story short:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/what-makes-people-sick-apart-from

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Gotta love Dr. Mihalcea. I saw her first appearance on Stews Peters (10/22) shortly after she began writing on Substack. She's been on my recommendations list since then.

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Ana and I simply derive conclusions from facts.

The presence of hydrogels have been confirmed in MANY substances, not only the injections or in blood, but I wish it was as simple to explain them away as you are suggesting.

"Coagulated blood tumors" are, of course, occasionally possible, because they happen. However, elevated levels of metals have been found in removed clots that had the consistency of some kind of plastic.

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Good to hear from you again, too. I respect your approach, and I'll probably need more time to digest the details, but first, I need to make sure I actually understand what you mean.

As far as I can see, in your system, you are making perfect sense, but would you be so kind as to letting me know the reason why you define what you consider exosomes the way you do, please? I understand that there are serious problems with terminologies, and I, for one, assume that what are traditionally called "viruses" are discarded dead cell particles that still carry partial DNA info. You are saying some of them are carcinogenic, to which I cannot relate, but I have seen it in "Medicine" several times that the symptoms were nominated to cause disease (as in "viral infections").

Obviously, you and I are calling different things exosomes, but even the "medical" paradigm you and I are using need some common platform to establish in order to develop our exchange of thoughts further.

Well, perhaps one guess here. Would one option exclude the other (mRNA vs the graphene/5G combo)?

While we are at it, if you have the time and the inclination, would you care to critique and/or complement my best guesses of what makes people sick?

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/what-makes-people-sick-apart-from

Actually, I wish we could talk, because this will me a mile-long conversation in writing.

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Thank you for taking the time.

Yes, I'll have to define what I mean by pathogen. Until then, I consider a microbe a pathogen if it is toxic and doesn't belong in the human body. The body contains plenty of bacteria and parasites that live in happy symbiosis with each other and their host. (The sepsis from corpses that used to kill mothers at childbirth before Semmelweis is a good example.)

I believe, I have clearly emphasized the symbiosis, so I'd need more explanation regarding carrying it further.

Never thought about Candida the way you are describing it, but considering that it belongs in the human body, your logic stands. It would be nice to know what would happen without Candida, but I find it unlikely to ever learn. :)

Somehow, however, I should also emphasize what you are saying about the ecosystem: once it's destroyed (and it seems to be going that way), it's a game-ender for humanity.

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Your description of bacterial polymerase sounds simple and definitely applicable. I wish "doctors" were half as smart as you are... :)

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They may not have the transhuman technology yet but in the meantime mankind will continue to line up to connect to the internet. Their internet. After all, they call this the 4th Industrial Revolution and the "pandemic" was a step towards forced digitalisation of every facet of human life. If we allow the infra -structure to be built and keep feeding them data, we will be run by Wall Street etc and the Global Corporations. This is why they are crashing the economies. Covid-19 was merely the trigger for enacting a long-planned dystopian vision for the future where real humanity is but a memory - and we are watched and controlled within an inch of our lives.

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Looking forward to your feedback on the article. I don't think we'll disagree a lot; I'm much more interested in the way you would expand my theory.

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In my understanding, "immune" responses, in general, are more often than not, stem from the body's "memory." It's in my long essay on what makes people sick.

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As it looks like that exosomes are byproducts of the body's detox, they do exhibit certain uniformity, depending on the toxins to which the the lymphatic system is responding.

Any ideas?

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Let me reply by the topics. As for genetics, it's one of the latest psy-ops to deny them. I refuted their BS here:

https://rayhorvaththesource.substack.com/p/intelligent-trolls-are-now-saying

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How can there be no spike protein when they have had the genome for it from the beginning? Spike is found in all tissues on autopsy, some for 15 months after injection.

inre Maricopa, it is helpful to know that the people who are supposed to be verifying cannot physically do a comparison in 3 seconds. The screen has to be scrolled to the bottom to see the signature of record. Reporting such a short time is a signal of fraud.

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Because the genome was created (cut and paste) on computers. In other words, it's synthetic. It does not exist in nature. The body sees anything like that as a foreign invader and cranks up an immune response. May I suggest you watch the video?

Yup, that's the basis of Lake's lawsuit against Maricopa county - massive fraud.

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There is no spike protein because there is no virus. Metagenomic ASSEMBLY is just that - being assembled via computer model. You have to first prove something exists by isolation, purification, controls, etc. None of that has ever been done.

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"...researchers have yet to find any nitrogen or phosphorous...": this seems to me like an odd claim. A researcher certainly has found large amounts of DNA contamination in samplings of vials, and other work is ongoing to replicate these results. (The article series I have in mind starts somewhere around here: https://anandamide.substack.com/p/sequencing-of-bivalent-moderna-and.) Furthermore, Pfizer's own data appears to confirm this. (https://anandamide.substack.com/p/pfizers-own-data-implicates-their)

This is subject is not my field, but I at least have a notion that nucleic acids, including those contained in DNA and RNA, contain both nitrogen and phosphorus. All it takes to confirm that is a quick peek at Encyclopedia Britannica (I like its simple articles that don't make my brain hurt, unlike the researcher's blogs here on Substack, including the ones I linked above):

"Nucleic acids are polynucleotides—that is, long chainlike molecules composed of a series of nearly identical building blocks called nucleotides. Each nucleotide consists of a nitrogen-containing aromatic base attached to a pentose (five-carbon) sugar, which is in turn attached to a phosphate group. Each nucleic acid contains four of five possible nitrogen-containing bases: adenine (A), guanine (G), cytosine (C), thymine (T), and uracil (U)." (Source: https://www.britannica.com/science/nucleic-acid)

But there is more here than just confirmation of DNA. If I understand this correctly (and I am approaching my limits here) both the independent researcher and Pfizer found expression vector plasmids containing the spike protein sequence (see 2nd link above). As you might expect the Pfizer data is obfuscated, and in any case the presence of the sequence does not imply that serum spike will necessarily be detected, but the spike sequence has been detected in the jabs, some of them anyway. The first article linked above used a small sample, but it is just the first report. There are more articles in the series, the sample size increases, and then there is the Pfizer data.

I don't believe there is disagreement here about the injections representing "toxic bombs". They certainly appear to be that. Finding major DNA contamination in them does, however, open up even more possibilities for maiming and murder.

So I am rather wary of claims that these things haven't been found in the vials. But as for antibody testing, well sure, pharma's been running that scam for a long, long time.

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The reason nitrogen and phosphorous tests were done on jab vials was with the understanding that if they have spike proteins they should have nitrogen and phosphorous.

Pfizer is one of the most corrupt and frequently sued corpoations in the world and most of those suits regard lies. I don't trust any information coming from them.

We have to consider who funded the other study and why there are no independent studies that corroborate that.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

I think it is important to clarify something.

Multiple independent groups (e.g., Dr. Pablo Campra, Dr. Young, Dr. Nagasse etc.) tested many vials and found either trivial amounts or no phosphorus/nitrogen at all, which rules out proteins, RNA and DNA in those vials (it says nothing about vials which have not been tested). All three molecules have those elemental atoms (P and N).

If RNA or DNA is routinely being put in CV19 injections as the authorities claim, the researchers in question should have found evidence of both N and P atoms, but they didn't. What this means is that either none of the injections contain N or P atoms or only some of them do. That's what we can conclude based on the reports of the above and others who have utilized the same materials and methods.

Those who say the above researchers are not credible, have failed to provide a detailed critique of their materials/methods/results or produce their own analysis using the same materials and methods but instead finding significant amounts of N and P which would at least say that some of the vials contain these elemental atoms. That's how this should have been refuted (if possible). Why hasn't it been? One possibility is that there is no N or P atoms in any of the vials and the perpetrators know that.

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May 22, 2023·edited May 24, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Thanks for responding specifically to what I have written here and elsewhere. I really appreciate it Here are some of my thoughts:

If the vials contain what the manufacturers claim they contain, based upon their own declarations, there should not have been any that had only trivial amounts of N or P. There should have been large amounts, especially Moderna which had an alleged higher concentration than Pfizer. One retort would be to argue that the quality control is so poor that some might have little or no N or P. Against that is that none of the vials examined in multiple locations throughout the world by dozens of investigators had a significant amount of either N or P. That alone is enough to have called the entire claim of RNA/DNA into question and should have resulted in a concerted effort to settle the issue formally/forensically, (if the authorities had nothing to hide). I don't see how we get around that.

With respect to your points re: the qualifications, motivations etc. of the researchers that have independently reported extremely similar but not identical findings, the same things can be said about anyone who empirically addresses this issue in detail. Those arguments cut both ways, especially since the authorities have made it illegal to examine the products (unheard of prior to the CV19 product roll-out). A stronger case can be made that those who resist a full forensic examination of the vials are most likely limited hangout or controlled opposition operatives. A corollary to that point is that none of the traditional/historical drug/vaccine practices were observed with this new product. Why? There is no reasonable explanation for not pulling the entire platform from the market when safety signals arose by February of 2021.

With respect to your other points, my understanding is that Micro Raman Spectroscopy is very good at assaying for micrometer scale quantities, not the milligram or several milligrams you suggest. Moreover, it is directed, not simply blind, in that the specimen to be assayed is identified/selected using microscopic examination of visible structures. This is an advantage over standard Raman Spectroscopy and other modalities which do not utilize a probe. You might find this of interest: https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/materials-science/micro-raman-spectroscopy.

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May 22, 2023Liked by Kyle Young

Yes, Micro Raman Spectroscopy does do elemental (atomic) analysis (identification) of microscale materials. The individual bands can identify single elements or combinations of elements, for example, individual metals or graphene oxide. Different kinds of spectroscopy can also do so such as NIRS or EDX.

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But what kind of testing was done? If, say, some form of spectrometry is employed on some sample and these elements are not found, but genetic sequencing is performed by others elsewhere using different samples, and DNA is clearly identified, requiring that these same elements must be present there, what can be concluded? I can think of a variety of answers to that, but when repeated sequencing on different samples produces consistent results, there is a very good chance that nitrogen and phosphorus are to be found in some vials.

For independent corroboration, we'll have to wait a bit, but there is a second lab attempting to replicate part of what was done. Independent labs take on huge risks by doing this work. It is necessary not only to have the required know-how and equipment but also a security team with defenses equal to the threat. At least we have some pre-print research that sheds light on the question, published on Substack because no journal would accept it, and peer reviewed here. The details of the methodology are included, so that other labs can attempt to reproduce it, if there are others that have the resources and the guts to try.

Evidence of extreme variability across different batches and maybe even across different vials is being offered. I'm not ready to draw conclusions from what I have seen so far, but potential causal factors might include unsolved manufacturing problems (we know they exist), sloppy manufacturing practices, mishandling during distribution, and intentional manipulation of the product. One possibility for the latter is simple fraud -- if the manufacturing process is failing badly enough, saline might be substituted in place of product at times, to maintain the supply. It's not like anybody is inspecting it.

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You might want to peruse this site.

https://howbadismybatch.com/

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Yes, I'm familiar with that and the people behind it. They have been doing some more fine-grained analysis, and it seems to point to intentional harm.

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I’m sorry, Kyle, but did you just refer to breast feeding as “chest feeding”? Oh for the love of ... seriously? Are we going to need to move on to the very scientific discussion of whether or not men can give birth? It’s just hard to read anything seriously after the term “chest feeding”

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I'm sorry, I have no idea what you're talking about.

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Hey Kyle … I’m sorry … I just looked back again and I see that term is used by Cleveland clinic to describe mother ti child transmission of antibodies. I apologize. It should have immediately occurred ti me to see if it was included as part of a quote. I think I’m a big on edge about the whole “some women are men” thing and now I’ve embarrassed myself.

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No problem.

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