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ER Doctor Studying COVID ‘Vaccine’ Vials Using Electron Microscopy Says They Contain ‘Organized Little Computer Chip Structures’


ER doctor and degree-holder in physiology Dr. Daniel Nagase has studied Moderna and Pfizer “vaccine” vials using electron microscopy and found both types contain “organized little [computer] chip structures [that] aren’t made of anything chips are normally made of.”


As the bizarre story of the COVID-19 “vaccine” rollout continues to unfold the narrative becomes more and more (and more) like an episode of the X-Files. Immunologist and virologist Poormina Wagh, for example, told Dr. Lee Merritt there’s no mRNA in the “vaccine” vials whatsoever. An anonymous team of German scientists has also reported there are “toxic substances” undeclared by Pfizer and Moderna in their vials; as well as “anomalous objects” in the Johnson and Johnson vials. A can’t-miss interview from back in April of this year with Dr. Daniel Nagase out of Canada adds to the mystery of the COVID-19 “vaccine” vials. Bringing to light—using electron microscopy“organized little chip structures [that] aren’t made of anything chips are normally made of” in the vials. Along with other polymorphic “structures” made largely out of carbon and oxygen.

Nagase—a very outspoken critic of the COVID-19 injections (proof of that is in the video at bottom)—lists his relevant credentials toward the beginning of the video; noting that, aside from being an ER doctor, he also graduated from McGill University with an honors degree in physiology. He does qualify his expertise, however, by noting that his knowledge of cell biology, etc. was formed in the ’90s and is not “cutting-edge.”

After his introduction, one of the first big anomalies Nagase brings forth is in regards to the temperature at which the Pfizer and Moderna “vaccines” must be kept. For Pfizer, he notes the vials must be kept at a temperature of -70° Celsius; for Moderna, -40° Celsius. (The CDC notes for Pfizer, shipping containers keep the vials at “ultra-cold temperatures” between -90°C and -60°C—or -130° Fahrenheit and -76° F. For Moderna, the CDC says the vaccine arrives frozen between -50°C and -15°C; or -58°F and 5°F.)

Image: Dr. Daniel Nagase via Western Standard Oline

These temperatures are “very, very unusual because no biologic reaction requires anything more than -20[°C] to be completely frozen in time” Nagase says. He notes that what does require these ultra-cold temperatures, however, is “advanced chemistry” including “free radical reactions” and “polymerization reactions.”

The bizarrely cold temperatures, Nagase says, “[were] the first very big warning sign that there is something very wrong with these injections called vaccines for COVID-19.” He adds that “The refrigeration temperature does not make any sense.”

Nagase proceeds to discuss what he found in the “vaccine” vials using electron microscopy—or the use of microscopes that use beams of electrons and their wave-like characteristics to magnify an object’s image (unlike optical microscopes that use visible light to magnify images). Critically, Nagase notes that as samples are hit with the electron beam, they release electrons as X-rays. These X-rays, in turn, can be placed on the electromagnetic spectrum, allowing for the determination of what elements are present.

Image: Dr. Daniel Nagase via Western Standard Oline

With that in mind, Nagase says that the vials should contain proteins, which would mean, atomically, elements including carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and phosphorous. However, while he and his fellow researchers found lots of carbon, the latter three elements were relatively scarce.

Nagase describes his analysis, which focused on polymorphic structures in all three major COVID “vaccine” manufacturers, including Moderna, Pfizer, and J&J. He notes the X-rays from the structures—which ranged from spheres to computer chips (with dot grids) to crystals—revealed an atomic makeup largely devoid (apparently) of organic material.

Nagase notes, for example, one of the chip-like structures from one of the Moderna vials contains lots of carbon, platinum (an artifact of the microscopy’s process), palladium, and “a little bit” of chloride. He notes that “this is unlike any computer chip that I know of [because] there is no silicon in it. None. It looks like a computer chip but it’s made completely of carbon and oxygen and an unknown number of hydrogens.”

Image: Dr. Daniel Nagase via Western Standard Oline

As far as why Nagase believes many of the structures he analyzed are computer chips, he says it’s “because [they look] like one[s].” He does note, however, that they may be “little plate[s] made of carbon and oxygen” or “rectangle[s] of graphite or graphene.” The ER doctor goes on to say that the structure looks like, to him, “organized little chip structures, but they’re not made of anything normal chips are made of.”

Following a breakdown of the chip-like structures, Nagase describes his analysis of what he originally believed was, perhaps, a mold-like structure “sprouting little roots” in one of the Moderna vials. However, when he analyzed its constituent elements, he found carbon, oxygen, calcium, “a little bit” of sodium, “a little bit of” magnesium, “a little bit” of aluminum, .7%-by-weight silicon, and some sulfur. Rhetorically, Nagase asks “Where’s the nitrogen? Where’s the phosphorous? Because some proteins do contain sulfur so sulfur wouldn’t be unusual, [but] aluminum is not supposed to be in any biologic protein… .” Nagase says he can confirm, consequently, that he was able to verify this particular object is not a mold spore or some other type of biologic contamination.

Image: Dr. Daniel Nagase via Western Standard Oline

“[T]he only thing I can say [with] certainty is all these strange structures we’re looking at from the Moderna sample, they’re not of biologic origin,” Nagase says. “So there was no biologic contamination of these samples” Although he did find something that “looks like an insect leg”—it too, however, was not biological; i.e it did not contain nitrogen or phosphorous. The ER doctor also notes the faux spider leg had carbon spheres growing from it, which Nagase says he’s never seen before.

In the Pfizer “vaccine” vials, Nagase notes he found “strange structures growing” in those as well. Specifically, “thousands of little squares” per one drop of the “vaccine.” For the atomic makeup of the squares, Nagase says he found carbon, oxygen, “a little bit” of sodium, “a little bit” of chloride, and “a little bit” of silicon. “So again, it might look like some type of a salt crystal, but it’s made up of purely carbon and oxygen and possibly hydrogen.” The ER doctor adds that, once again, “there are no signs of a biologic material.”

Nagase also notes that, as was the case with the Moderna “vaccines,” the Pfizer injections also contained “fibers” made of carbon, oxygen, “some” magnesium, “some” silicon, and the relatively rare element thulium. “I don’t know what thulium is doing in the Pfizer vaccine,” Nagase says, but there “is a detectable amount of [it.]”

Image: Dr. Daniel Nagase via Western Standard Oline

Toward the end of the video, Nagase raises what he says is a “huge question.” Given all these structures in the “vaccine” vials that appear “after they’ve been left at room temperature for an extended period of time, what on Earth are these injections doing inside of people’s bodies?” He adds that “there is plenty of carbon and oxygen available inside of people’s bodies, so if this is some type of technology that can use carbon and oxygen that’s in the environment to self-assemble into fiber-like structures, crystal-like structures, bulb-like structures, is this actually going on inside people’s bodies after they get the injection?”

Interestingly, like Poormina Wagh, Nagase also did not find any mRNA inside of the “vaccine” vials he analyzed. He notes, however, that that could be because of the time that elapsed between when he studied the vials and when they left their ultra-cold refrigerated environment. (He approximates that Pfizer’s sample had been at room temperature for one month; for Moderna’s, two months.)

Incidentally, it should be noted that Harvard’s Charles Lieber, who, in December of 2021, was found guilty of lying to government authorities about his ties to China in federal court, had been working on nanoscale wires that can record electrical signals from live cells such as neurons before he was arrested. Indeed, a 2011 report in Harvard Magazine, nine years before Lieber’s arrest, noted that the professor of chemistry and his team were working on “the development of a bio-compatible transistor the size of a virus.” The same report noted that Lieber et al. were working on “nanowires to create a transistor so small that it can be used to enter and probe cells without disrupting the intracellular machinery.” These transistors, Harvard Magazine reported, would allow scientists to build “tiny electronic devices.” The report concluded that nanoscale devices like Lieber’s bio-compatible transistors “might one day provide hybrid biological-digital computation.”


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