What is in your vaccine? German researchers analyze Pfizer & AstraZeneca vaccines to find out *1 UPDATE*

Astrazeneca, Coronavirus, Pfizer/Biontech, Side Effects, Vaccine

German researchers, doctors and pathologists hold a press conference to discuss what they have found in the various Covid vaccines.


The full video is over two hours long, but well worth watching! See the full version in English here

The original press conference in German is here

There is an Italian translation here

There is a Spanish translation here


This image is from 1.27 in the press conference showing objects moving in Pfizer vaccine residue.


These images are from 1.31 into the video:



Small moving triangle shapes found in Johnson and Johnson vaccine at 1.32 in the video



What looks like nanotubes found in Pfizer at 1.40.50



UPDATE 1: 26th February 2022 – follow-up press conference




Background information on these objects

Nanoparticles YouTube video by AZnano (these are not in vaccines, but note the similar behaviour of the particles to the videos above)



 Nucleic acid-based nanotechnology – creating fancy shapes with nano materials



Wikipedia: Nanoradio

A nanoradio (also called carbon nanotube radio) is a nanotechnology acting as a radio transmitter and receiver by using carbon nanotubes. One of the first nanoradios was constructed in 2007 by researchers under Alex Zettl at the University of California, Berkeley where they successfully transmitted an audio signal. Due to the small size, nanoradios can have several possible applications such as radio function in the bloodstream.”



 A GPS for inside your body by Nanowerk

A team from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) led by Professor Dina Katabi is working on an “in-body GPS” system dubbed ReMix. The new method can pinpoint the location of ingestible implants inside the body using low-power wireless signals. These implants could be used as tiny tracking devices on shifting tumors to help monitor their slight movements.


See also: Nanotechnology in mRNA vaccines :

“Despite their clear advantages for drug delivery, lipid nanoparticles have an unwanted side-effect; they have the potential to induce an allergic reaction, particularly for those who suffer with severe allergies. However, reactions are rare and researchers estimate a rate of 1.1 cases of anaphylaxis for every million first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.”



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** This post was originally published on September 27, 2021 **