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Electrical Engineers Show Overwhelming Evidence There’s Self-Assembling ‘Circuitry’ Present in the COVID ‘Vaccines’ and that the Tech is Possible Based on Available Science


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In a new conversation with Australian interviewer Maria Zeee electrical engineers Simon Yanowitz and Mat Taylor show overwhelming evidence of the presence of self-assembling “electronic circuitry” present in the experimental COVID injections. The engineers note that the tech is entirely feasible, highlighting the work of former Harvard Professor Charles Lieber, who demonstrated such capabilities all the way back in 2001.


Note: The conversation between Yanowitz, Taylor, and Zeee begins around the 4:40 mark in the video.

While it’s literally impossible for the general public to know what’s in the enormously dangerous and utterly ineffective COVID-19 “vaccines” due to “trade secrets,” that hasn’t stopped courageous physicians and engineers from attempting to find out. In a new conversation with Australian interviewer Maria Zeee, electrical engineers Dr. Simon Yanowitz and Mat Taylor expound on the “electronic circuity” and other “nanotechnology” they’ve observed in the COVID “vaccine” vials. And while these claims seem far-fetched, research Taylor cites shows it’s anything but.

In their hour-long discussion with Zeee (immediately above) Yanowitz—who is a co-author on several research papers revolving around “applications involving image inspection” and who was working on 5G electrical magnetic radiation and its association with biological systems prior to 2020—and Taylor—a retired forensic engineer with a BS in electrical engineering and an MS in electrical systems—describe the electronic circuits and nanotechnology they’ve seen in vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID “vaccines” upon investigating them with optical microscopes.

“[W]hen you look at the [unthawed] vials of these injectables, you can see clear liquid. There aren’t any structures in there,” Yanowitz tells Zeee. “But when we [Yanowitz and his colleagues] thawed and looked onto freshly sealed and opened… vials under a microscope, we were startled,” the Israeli electrical engineer adds. “Things started to self-assemble.”

Image: Simon Yanowitz via Stew Peters Network

Yanowitz goes on to say that the nanotechnology in the “vaccine” vials (metaphorically) appears to branch off into several aspects, including “electronic circuitry,” and “drug delivery system[s].” The electrical engineer goes on to show how the contents of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna’s “vaccines” are unequivocally not made according to specifications, as they contain objects that are visible on the micro-scale, rather than the nano-scale; something that should be impossible, as the injections are only supposed to contain lipid nanoparticles (LNPs).

This means that the pharmaceutical companies “lied to us,” Yanowitz says. The electrical engineer goes on to show how he was able to resolve “huge” particles in the contents of the vials, which he believes appear to be liposomes; i.e. “small artificial vesicles of spherical shape that can be created from cholesterol and natural non-toxic phospholipids.” These presumed liposomes, Yanowitz shows, began “sprouting something” after thawing, initiating the first steps of self-assembly.

Image: Simon Yanowitz via Stew Peters Network

From a Moderna sample, Yanowitz shows how some of these liposomes “popped” at room temperature; revealing their containing “further particles and… needles,” as well as other yellowish/grayish matter, which the electrical engineer speculates could be hydrogel. (For reference, hydrogel is a conductive, crosslinked three-dimensional polymeric network structure, which can absorb and retain considerable amounts of water.) Yanowitz also speculates the yellowish/grayish matter could be some type of toxin.

Yanowitz also points out other oddities with the apparent liposomes. For one, they’re far too large to be lipid nanoparticles, with some spanning 25 microns across. (A micron is one one-millionth of a meter.) He also shows that the liposomal objects are not uniform—again, direct evidence that the injections are not being made to specifications, as there should be no variation in the LNPs they ostensibly contain.

Image: Simon Yanowitz via Stew Peters Network

After the injection contents have been thawed out for only five minutes is when things get really odd, however, as Yanowitz shows how “linear structures begin to develop.” Ten minutes after thawing, filament-like “tail[s]” begin to present themselves, emanating from parent liposomes. “Chain[s] of beads” also begin to appear, along with “ribbons” and “crystals” that look “very sharp and menacing.”

Adding on to Yanowitz’s observations, Taylor describes his and his colleagues’ findings. The self-described “farmer [and] troublemaker,” who’s based in Ecuador, also makes no equivocations about the reality of the situation as he sees it.

Image: Mat Taylor via Stew Peters Network

“I don’t know why this technological stuff isn’t being discussed because they told us they’re doing it,” Taylor tells Zeee. “We have the biological stuff, we have the infrastructure stuff, we have all the AI, and that’s not weird, but… all the sudden this micro-stuff starts popping up [and] some ignorant fool in Ecuador can see it.”

Taylor addresses a common refutation of the claim that computer chip structures are assembled within the contents of the injections, proclaiming: “I’m tired of hearing these are just crystals—they’re not.” He notes that the onus now is on the “vaccine” manufacturers to prove that the structures are not anything harmful or nefarious, rather than it being on himself and his colleagues to prove “again and again and again” that they are.

Image: Mat Taylor via Stew Peters Network

“Not only are [the synthetic structures and regular crystals] morphologically different, but their dynamics are completely different,” Taylor says. He notes that salt crystals form in a linear fashion, “then [squeeze] out the sides,” while the chip structures “make a foundation and fill it in.” It’s thusly impossible, based on the way the structures and regular crystals look, and the way they’re made, that the two are the same thing. “So this hints to me it’s nanotech,” Taylor adds.

Amongst the bizarre structures are “lots of rectangles” that have 90-degree angles; form by making foundations that are subsequently filled in; are able to disappear completely; can be strung together; and are even able to “give birth” to more rectangles.

Image: Mat Taylor via Stew Peters Network

Along with the rectangles, Taylor also shows the presence of an enormous number of “ribbons” in his studied samples; ones that appear “out of the ether”; are able to gather debris; twist and turn, and are possibly able to form connections—not only with each other, but with the chip structures, functioning like “cables” according to Taylor.

“These [ribbons] could be the sources for some of the clotting disorders that we’re seeing,” Taylor says. He notes that the ribbons and structures working together “could very possibly be an antenna.” In fact, the electrical engineer claims that “not only are some of these structures receiving information and doing stuff,” but “the spike protein… [is] a synthetic device [as well]… .” Taylor says he’s becoming increasingly convinced the spike proteins also function as antennae. He explains this extraordinary claim by saying that “proteins are responsible… for [controlling] a lot of cell functions, [which means] they already behave almost like an antenna.” The electrical engineer points out that an antenna, in essence, is only responsible for receiving a signal and sending one out.

Image: Mat Taylor via Stew Peters Network

Taylor notes that he’s now investigating the “MAC address phenomenon,” which is the supposed phenomenon wherein COVID “vaccinated” people have now begun to emit a “media access control address”; that is, an address that uniquely identifies each device on a given internet network. As for his findings on the matter so far, Taylor says “it’s a real thing.”

While most, if not all, of what Yanowitz and Taylor describe here may sound literally incredible, it most certainly is not. At least in regards to the real technology being available for such a program. For instance, Taylor highlights scientist and Harvard Professor Charles Lieber, who has apparently (at least in part) helped to bring about the advances necessary to make this kind of nano/micro technology.

Link to NIH page

In a Harvard Magazine post from 2001, the university press wrote that Lieber had developed “a computer, suspended in a flask of liquid, which assembles itself when the liquid is poured onto a desktop.” The post goes on to note “Charles Lieber is making [this kind of tech] happen in his laboratory, where researchers have already created tiny logic circuits and memory–the two main components of a computer–in just this manner. And these circuits are tiny, just a few atoms across.”

Harvard Magazine also says something even more shocking, disturbing, and highly relevant to Taylor and Yanowitz’s presentations:

“Lieber is now working on a ‘proof of concept’ for the National Cancer Institute that will demonstrate the use of nanowire sensors for early detection of prostate cancer. In principle, he says, you could design a centimeter-square chip to detect a billion things simultaneously, even variations in an individual’s DNA. An undergraduate student of his is taking this idea even further, and working to create a biological computing interface.”

Perhaps not incidentally, as Pfizer whistleblower Melissa McAtee has stated in interviews with the independent press, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) has established a Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory (NCL) in order “to accelerate the progress of nanomedicine by providing preclinical characterization and safety testing of nanoparticles.” (See excerpt and link immediately above.)

As for Lieber himself, in December of 2021, he was found guilty of lying to government authorities about his ties to China in federal court. According to a report in Nature, “Lieber, whom Harvard placed on paid leave after his arrest, was principal investigator of a research team that received more than US$15 million in federal grants from agencies including the US Department of Defense (DOD) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) between 2008 and 2019.” Nature noted in its report that Lieber was working on nanoscale wires that can record electrical signals from live cells such as neurons.

Perhaps not incidentally once again, McAtee says that the “solutions” for Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID injection (which, as pharma insider Sasha Latypova has pointed out with receipts is actually the Department of Defense’s injection) come from China. Read more about that via the post embedded immediately above.


Feature image: Mat Taylor via Stew Peters Network

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