This article looks at the video conversation between Dr Mark Bailey and Dr Robin Wakeling concerning the contents of the Pfizer pseudo-vaccine. [Video]
Several odd looking phenomena from the video can be easily explained with existing scientific knowledge.
From the video at 34:00 we see that many small, spherical objects have ‘self-assembled’ into long chains.
This is likely the Pearl Chain Effect whereby microscopic particles subjected to an oscillating electromagnetic field will assemble and stick together in a chain.
Particles will develop negative charge on one side and positive at the other, enabling them to stick together in a chain. (dielectrophoresis)
Particles of different sizes are affected differently so that here we see cancer cells being separated from healthy cells because of slight differences in size.
The environment inside a laboratory is usually saturated with electromagnetic radiation unless specific precautions are taken to prevent it. The lab specimens will be subject to radiative, vibrating and time-varying electric fields, emanating from:
- The Earth’s Schumann resonances at 8 Hz
- High frequency radiation from cell-phone towers and the phones themselves
- Lower frequency radiation from 50 Hz mains supplies
- ‘Dirty’ electricity from strip lighting and transformers
- The microscope lighting system itself
When any electromagnetic field interacts with charged particles, the energy will be translated to mechanical or ‘acoustic’ vibrations causing rotation and movement of the particles, and giving the false impression of living creatures in a puddle of water.
However, the water itself is also charged and highly structured, particularly in the vicinity of glass and biological membranes.
Cymatics. Electromagnetic waves in water will be translated to mechanical waves of many varying frequencies that will bounce off the edge of the droplet and interfere with each other to produce complex but invisible interference patterns that will help assemble various nano-structures
Pictures such as this are presented of crystalline structures with many right-angled corners, yet elsewhere in the video appear diagrams of the structure of graphene oxide (see top of this page) showing it to be hexagonal in structure.
Failure to control for the electric and magnetic environment has caused confusion in many an unwary scientist; relatively weak fields can affect outcomes at both microscopic and macroscopic level particularly when involving biological systems.
What is being observed here is not the self-assembly of malevolent nano-bots but rather the complex interaction between electromagnetic radiation and structured water.
There is nothing here to suggest graphene oxide as an ingredient of the Pfizer vaccine.
Jab under the microscope – M Bailey, R Wakefield
Alignment of microscopic particles in electric fields and its biological implications
S Takashima, H P Schwan
“It is well known that electromagnetic fields cause mechanical forces. If one applies an electrical field to a suspension of microscopic particles, these particles realign themselves along the direction of the field and form pearl-chain-like aggregates. These chains are mostly single stranded but they are frequently multi-stranded.”
A simplified theory of pearl chain effects – Hu, Barnes
“Many biological particles immersed in liquid media will align themselves and form pearl chains under an applied electric field. Also, at certain frequencies the particles will turn 90 degrees in space (turn-over phenomenon)”
Pearl Chain Formation across Radio Frequency Fields – Griffin, Ferris
“Chains of living or non-living particles (pearl chains) form along the lines of force of electromagnetic fields has been known for many years”
Dielectrophoresis – Wikipedia
Inhomogeneous background magnetic field in biological incubators is a potential confounder for experimental variability and reproducibility – Portelli, Schomay, Barnes
“In this regard, it is recommended that special measures be adopted to control the background magnetic fields in incubators when investigating the biological effects of exposure to magnetic fields of comparable characteristics as the ones measured in this study, or when studying small biological effects in general.”
Acute exposure to a 50 Hz magnetic field impairs consolidation of spatial memory in rats
Jadidi, Firoozabadi et al