If you're like me, you have been horrified enough to hold on to some skepticism about the stories coming from funeral directors and embalmers about the mysterious fibrous blood clots. I mean…I am fully convinced that there is a lot of damage going on, and my BS detector has not gone off listening to the claims. But could it really be true?!
It's horrifying enough that we all pray that it isn't.
My belief meter has moved higher with each passing story and week. Perhaps some of my remaining skepticism was not understanding what the mechanism might be. While I've heard the stories of tetras and alien lifeforms and graphene oxide in the vaccines, I've kept my mind open to whatever evidence emerges that really convinces me. After all, the propagandists do a really creative job of dropping false signals into the grand firehose of information.
Thankfully, my friend Marc Girardot had a flash of insight the other day during one of our group conversations, and his explanation strikes me as the most reasonable to date. The mechanism strikes me as salient on a biological level, and it retains the simplicity of not requiring preparation for an alien takeover of the species.
Volume vs. Surface Area
I recall first learning that skin is the largest organ (by weight) in the human body when I was a kid. I don't recall how I learned that tidbit, or how old I was, but I recall stopping and thinking about what it meant to fold something that we usually think of as a surface to the point that its thinness stacked into something thick, dense, and hefty. Indeed, the average person's skin weighs more than their liver, brain, and lungs combined. Currently, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla seems to hope we'll believe that his brain would be entirely negligible in that comparison.
I held onto that factoid about skin for years because it made for good teaching moments and the occasional thought experiment.
Are Lipid Nanoparticles Inducing Epithelial Vascular Damage?
For months now we have known that the lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) go essentially everywhere in the body. From Marc's article:
Our endothelial cells line the insides of our blood and lymphatic circulatory systems. And much like our skin, it's the kind of tissue layer that we might think about more in terms of surface area than volume. And there is a LOT of it. If you laid all the blood vessels in your body end-to-end you would die before discovering that it would round the Earth 2.5 times over (true stories).
If you unrolled those vessels and laid them flat, you could cover the entire flat screen TV that shows you pictures of treacherous public health clowns like all the time, over and over.
So, imagine what it means for LNPs or spike protein to transfect cells along that vast endothelial field. Might the T-cells then attack and destroy a portion of those many cells, resulting in microperforations, blooding, and then clots? Might this explain the clear reduction of T-cells that have been noted post-vaccination?
For a more complete understanding, give Marc's article a read.
Addendum: I agree with everyone who says that the spike protein could be doing most of the damage. That was my default assumption for the last few months. I think that the larger point of this theory isn’t not whether the damage specifically comes from only the LNPs vs. all potentially toxic ingredients, but that the large surface area of the endothelial lining could be subject to autoimmune dysregulation and microperforation leading to observed clotting.
Also, keep your minds open, and keep learning. That’s all any of us, including the hard core scientists and pathologists working on all this stuff, can do. Whether Marc’s explorations turn out to be true or partially true or whatever—the first value is in exploring the plausible mechanism. Opening up that exploration with thought experiments and basic investigations, and comparing them against known information is step 1. But the first step is often the most important one.
Matthew, good post but just a couple of small items. 1. The lining of capillaries and blood vessels is called the vascular endothelium, not epithelium. The cells are endothelial cells, not epithelial cells. 2. Marc Girardot's theory of endothelial damage is not original, it belongs to Sucharit Bhakdi, who has numerous videos on this on Rumble and Bitchute going back nearly 2 years - he also wrote 2 books on this. Thanks, Marc Mullie MD FRCSC
Injecting 3 billion people (so far) with these novel "vaccine" delivery systems with only 3 months worth of safety data still baffles me in its utter stupidity. I pray that none of these things are actually happening to the recipients, but my faith that they aren't is falling day by day.