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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

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

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Thank you. I made the correction about 20 minutes ago. I've had epithelium in my head so much of the past several months and wrote this particular article quickly since it's Marc's story and I'll be mostly focused on writing up part of the DMED story today.

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

Then one other small correction to make: you wrote "Our endothelial cells line the insides of our blood and lymphatic cells." I think you meant "blood and lymphatic circulatory systems", not cells.

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Thank you. I will make that update later today.

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Mar 13, 2022·edited Mar 13, 2022

Dr. Mullie: The clarification is helpful - what I came to the comments for.

I see Dr. Paul Alexander has a good discussion of the specific damage to the glycocalyx part of the endothelial layer on his Substack where he mentions Bhakdi's scholarship.

https://palexander.substack.com/p/endothelial-glycocalyx-covers-the?s=r

Researchers already knew SARS-Cov-2 damages the glycocalyx.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8190434/

In other words we know or suspect more than just damage to endothelial cells.

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Jim, thanks for pointing this out! Marc

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To add a caveat to your correction, I've learned from Rachel Stark (Magnesium Girl on Twitter) that the vascular endothelia one type of epithelial cell. The latter are the cells that make up surface-linings of organs generally, the cells that make up the interior linings of blood vessels being one subcategory of these. And she has been suggesting that Covid itself is best understood as an _epithelial_ disease. Damage to vascular endothelia from either the disease or the vaccine _might_ be more important clinically (at least this is a plausible guess), but similar types of damage may be occurring in other epithelial cells throughout the body, if she is correct.

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Does this fit with the reports of adeverse events of myocarditis and pericarditis?

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...are one type of epithelial...

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Yes, Bhakdi discussed this mechanism many months ago.

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

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.

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I believe you are confusing number of shots with people "shotted". There may have been 7.2 billion shots given out, but most of the people got 2-3 shots, and a few got 4. There are still, thankfully, a lot of people on this planet of 8 billion who weren't vaxxed.

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While I don't trust the numbers or the source, Bloomberg claims nearly 11 billion doses given.

https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covid-vaccine-tracker-global-distribution/

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Would you direct me to where I can find more information about this? Thanks!

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We don't yet know whether the fatality rate from Bill's jabs will exceed 0.1% (already exceeded), 1%, 10%, or 100%.

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My guess is that each sequential shot increases 5 year mortality rate. If only 1 shot guaranteed 100% mortality in five years then they'd not be pushing for multiple shots. Short term adverse events are certainly dose related. Long term adverse effect are probably also dose-related. Thus, probably not 100% fatal-in-5-years after 1 dose.

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I love my plate of information with a healthy dose of waggishness.

I read Marc’s article yesterday and been following Steve’s thoughts on the matter, so I’m super glad to see you follow up on it as now more and more people I trust are reporting on this issue. It’s a visually simple enough theory for us laymen to peek into: has the dead person been vaccinated and do they have these clots in their system? No microscopes, no extra tests, no medical knowledge of genomes needed. Seems like a simple enough inquiry to be made around to embalmers and see what their experience has been?

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

Looks like Bourla is setting the stage for plausible deniability.

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Walensky has been busy doing the same, it seems.

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Easy to buy in Walensky's case, since she appears to be dumber than a doornail.

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I don't think so. She is sharp as a tack. She's not as refined an actress as Trudope, but she learned the verbal jujitsu under the disguise/mask, and that kind of multi-disciplinary learning is the hallmark of smart people. She is in her place for a reason.

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If I were him I would have insisted on going with a vaccine more like Novavax. Whose idea was it to use mRNA anyway? He’s the CEO, shouldn’t it have been his decision? What the fuck were they high on to think it was a good idea? I could tell using a priori reasoning that this would be dangerous.

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

Just finished reading Dr. Malcolm Kendrick's latest book on heart disease in which he proposes that it is a clotting problem (too many clots, clotting repair/absorption process has been disrupted) not cholesterol that causes heart disease. The reason I'm pointing this out is that understanding the clotting mechanism will help determine the validity of the clots from the vax.

Here is one of his posts on the subject:

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/2018/08/21/what-cause-heart-disease-part-53-diabetes/#comments

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Certainly not aspirating before injecting the vaccine has something to do with epithelial damage and clotting in blood vessels. I cannot understand why the CDC advises against aspirating before injecting.

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Right. Advising against aspiration is one of the baffling things that makes me worry that the damage was an intentional game of Russian roulette foist upon unsuspecting participants.

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I'm sure I read that aspiration was believed to cause more pain or discomfort for the recipient, so CDC said don't do it.

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

That reason, if given, would be utter BS.

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I've read the same in the CDC instructions for administering the "vaccine." Myocarditis is also painful. Our CDC has humiliated itself.

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I am not sure it even requires T cells! The damage might simply be due to the normal actions of the cationic lipids!

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Mar 13, 2022·edited Mar 13, 2022Author

Certainly true. The important thing is to recognize the area of damage and how micro-damage can accumulate, and that there are plausible causes.

But heck, I'll even leave open the possibility of alien tetra-somethingorothers riding shards of graphene oxide. If something kills us all, aliens are at least funnier. ;-)

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Mar 13, 2022·edited Mar 13, 2022

I'm guessing you've seen the video made by carbon specialist chemist Andreas Noack on graphene essentially being nano-razors? (I'm assuming it's legit, but who knows...) A couple days ago the thought popped into my mind that perhaps such nano-razors themselves could be sufficiently disrupting the endothelial cells and causing such massive clotting??

https://odysee.com/Graphene-Razor-Blades-In-The-Clotshot---Dr.-Andreas-Noack:218967f2eff60d1351ee55987e762852275a278f

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Softball Pfizer Vaccine Rollout Interview Goes Horribly Wrong

https://youtu.be/LMAZJtOdYNI

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question from a non-scientist: Does what you are suggesting possibly correlate to the horrible complexions I've seen in many of the vaxxed people I know? Now that the masks are off (quite recently, where I live), I am suddenly noticing that many of them look unhealthy, and it's been hard to put my finger on what's wrong.....the word that comes to mind is "greasy." But their skin has some quality to it that reminds me a bit of figures in a wax museum. Just wondering.

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Possible.

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I’ve noticed that too. A friend of mine, tripled, looks waxy, pre death sign, no energy. He did not heed my warnings

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Mar 13, 2022·edited Mar 13, 2022

You using the word "greasy" to speak of their complexions reminds me of Stephen King books. When you think of it, all of this covidian horror show has. --- I guess I need to pay more attention to how the vaxxed look now, compared to then.

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I thought it was just me thinking that. Several younger recipients have some kind of waxy sheen to their skin, in two cases to the point of making me associate it to "The Shadow over Innsmouth" of all things.

And where I live masking has been voluntary the whole time, so lack of air/sunshine can't account for it.

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Sucharit Bhakdi of the covid medical network wrote about the potential of the vaccines to cause clots in March April last year.. cannot recall it all but the spike protein it’s self has capacity to cause clots … thanks for your great work

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It may very well be the spike protein itself causing the clots, but there are multiple candidates, and the terrain itself (and the T-cells) are a chunk of the story. And technically, we still don't know the full ingredient list, which is horrifying.

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

Can I just pop in here to point out how I and others I know in Thailand and Malaysia, suffered heart damage and blood clots - with the old-timey Sinovac, which is a more traditional deactivated-virus type. No mRNA or nanolipids involved.

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It may very well be that the greater piece of Marc's theory is the conceptualization of the microperforating of the endothelial lining, and that the LNP distribution study tells us more about where *anything* in the vaccines might go than just the LNPs, or simply that they *do* get into the bloodstream and then go somewhere (where the final destination is not as important as the damage done in the process).

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Dr. Bhakdi has been an excellent resource for the damage doen to blood vessels. He has a new video out too:

https://rumble.com/vx4n6z-dr.-sucharit-bhakdi-let-us-stand-up-and-disempower-these-inhuman-tyrants.html

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And Pfizer knew the LNPs were going everywhere the whole time.

I didn't hear them correcting the fact-checkers, did you!?

https://nakedemperor.substack.com/p/pfizers-latest-data-release?s=w

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Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

When I saw Dr. Richard Fleming's lab experiments showing how the tiniest drop of fluid from the mRNA prion shot instantly bleaches out the hemoglobin in the blood sample on the slide, permanently deforming the proteins in a dramatic and nearly instantaneous chain reaction that renders the hemoglobin unable to carry oxygen in or carbon dioxide out of tissue, I think I understood what funeral home workers were describing when they pulled out the white ropy stuff from cadaver blood vessels in preparation for embalming.

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Do you have a link to said experiments please?

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So many theories of harm challenging one "official" theory of safe and effective.

“I can tell you where I was when the CNN feed came that it was 95% effective, the vaccine. So many of us wanted to be hopeful, so many of us wanted to say, okay, this is our ticket out, right, now we’re done. So I think we had perhaps too little caution and too much optimism for some good things that came our way..." Rochelle Walensky

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For Walensky, then, the event must have been more momentous than JFK´s assassination for George Bush. He could never recall where exactly he was on the day.

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Mar 13, 2022·edited Mar 13, 2022

The perjury statutes sure didn't stop FauQi, now did they? Sure haven't resulted in any charges against him, even though it's all on tape and in writing, has it? (Edited to correct spelling.)

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Mar 13, 2022·edited Mar 13, 2022Liked by Mathew Crawford

Unfortunately, I've come to the conclusion that there may be multiple things going on in the shots besides the pathological spike protein. I'll be writing a lost on this soon, but in the meantime...

You can't have stuff that is larger than 15 um (the diameter of a red blood cell) or it can trigger immunological reactions or clots. This is particularly important if things are injected intravenously.

Various groups, including in NZ, have been working on darkfield microscopic analysis of what's in the shots. Some in NZ appear to be convinced that there is a self-assembling nanotechnology that activates at temps between 37-42C. Pictures should be seen to be believed. https://lifeoftheblood.com/nanotech-in-the-shots/

My first thought in viewing these images is that I'm not inclined to say this is ordinary crystallization from dehydration. Others disagree or say that these are glass shards from the coverslips or crystallization from dehydration. I suspect it isn't but what's important is that I think further work is required.

My second thought is that I'd like to know exactly how large these sharp objects are, because when mixed with blood, it appears that fibrin forms around them (the beginning of a clot). Unfortunately, the images do not include scale bars. We can see from some of the images that the diameter is much smaller than a red blood cell. Are all the objects of this size? It's definitely not clear.

My third thought is that in my own small business startup, I filtered my own vaccine product to 15 um with a polyester filter to avoid this sort of thing from happening.

Personally, I don't believe this is simple negligence.

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I also suscribe to the "multiple things going wrong" hypothesis.

Heck, that already seems to be true with the spike protein. The interleuken production happens from multiple pathway disruptions in completely different systems of the human body (which is one more reason why it looks engineered, IMHO).

AGE/RAGE => IL-7 and others

Bile tract => IL-8 (maybe others?)

COVID Pfucking sucks, whether caused by a virus or a quasi-vaccine.

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P.S. As Jessica points out above, the cationic lipids are nasty but I didn't know they triggered clots. If she is correct, there are thus at least three possibly starting points for clots.

-cationic lipids

-fusogenic spike protein

-sharp nanotech (if it exists)

Your body doesn't like stuff with sharp corners. This should be obvious but never overestimate the intelligence of chip designers. My husband was one. *guffaw*

Here he is (was): https://www.facebook.com/robert.lechevalier/videos/2695711990459

ANYWAY.... this is going to be WAY too tinfoil for most people to accept... at this point, I think there are many multiple ways the evil people behind these vaccines have designed them in order to get control over the human population. Multiple redundancies if you will.... in case one aspect fails, hopefully another will succeed. I believe that IS their reasoning.

<insert twilight zone theme music>

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Endothelial dysfunction is considered to be the root of all disease, autoimmune in particular. A bitotech has a safe therapy that may have cracked ED in that it has evidence of the repair of vessels in the gut that were leaky and friable. This has obvious implications for the microbiome in that the only way to make it work against disease is to restore the gut barrier.

The biotech's therapy was trialled in moderate/severe covid and got great results for under 65s but it failed its PE of all cause mortality overall because patients in the latter half of the trial were referred who were older and had been heavily pre-treated. The trial was run by the NIH which has conflict of interest re. Moderna patents.

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Mathew: "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."

If you avoid dark possibilities, but they are true, you will arrive at them too late.

This is essentially what 2/3 of people are doing, and that's how they're injected with poisons that will severely shorten their lifespans.

If an expert on graphene oxide comes out and says, this is graphene oxide:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/X9oMvf6dbhCi/

... and then he ends up dead a few days later:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/D8IbIcmkzLD3/

... then I would seriously consider the possibility that it's graphene oxide, and not some flowery explain-away that makes the whole thing look like an unfortunate accident.

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"If you avoid dark possibilities, but they are true, you will arrive at them too late."

I don't avoid. I hold even "crazy sounding" hypotheses and theories at arms length, examine them where economical, and keep them suspended as a question mark until I have better information to go on. But the judgment of "crazy sounding" (which I meaning rhetorically, not to disparage...and I'm well aware that some crazy sounding things are true) involves categorization into a realm that either competes alone or against explanations that pass tests of parsimony more easily.

That's all.

I have not rejected the possibility of graphene oxide. In fact, I've spoken with numerous excellent scientists about it, and I even encourage non-dismissal from them even if I don't have any reason to encourage acceptance of it.

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Right, but non-conspiratorial theories don't pass tests of parsimony, at all.

At this point, only conspiratorial theories are plausible. "Parsimonious" non-conspiratorial theories are ridiculous and lethal for those who adopt them.

It's like finding a strange man in your house who broke through a window carrying rope and a knife, and looking for a "simple explanation" that doesn't require malicious intent.

If you wanted to slowly grind down people's health, so they die from conditions and diseases seemingly unrelated to repeated injections you're forcing on them, what would you do? Throw a kitchen sink cocktail at them that leads to a variety of conditions and diseases.

Murder is not terribly sophisticated. The error of the scientist is calling things "parsimonious" which are not. If you see things from the "murder" perspective, everything that is happening to society makes sense and is extremely simple.

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Just a little correction: Graphene oxide had been mentioned before Dr. Noack´s foray into the public domain, without any major repercussions. What he specified quite emphatically was graphene hydroxide, and it did the trick. The response was immediate.

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Mar 14, 2022·edited Mar 14, 2022

"Graphene oxide", "graphene hydroxide" and "reduced graphene oxide" are very similar materials. This page explains:

https://www.graphene-info.com/reduced-graphene-oxide-introduction

As you can see, graphene oxide itself embeds many hydroxy groups, so it's truly hydroxide. Reduced graphene oxide (rGO) is a version with some of those groups removed.

What Noack did was explain the harm of this material. He emphasized the "hydroxide" aspect, but only to clarify what it is. He emphasized that the name, "graphene oxide", is inaccurate.

Here is a big PDF titled "Safety Assessment of Graphene-Based Materials: Focus on Human Health and the Environment":

https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsnano.8b04758

Search for the effects of "GO" and "rGO" and you will find several similarities with vaccine symptoms.

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Yes. Did you pick up what Noack was saying the diff is between the oxide and hydroxide?

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As far as I remember, he used spectroscopy analysis to point out the difference. There were two values that for him defined the presence of g. hydroxide. The rest was about dimensions in nanometers and molecular structure, with the hydroxide being extremely thin (on the level of one atom) and extremely stable, the latter definitely being a problem when injected in human body.

There was a claim that yes, the shots contained g. oxide, but it got dissipated fairly quickly (in a fortnight or so) in the lungs. With no dissipation of g. hydroxide, the ballgame would be completely different.

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Mar 14, 2022·edited Mar 14, 2022

Noack relied on the results of micro-Raman spectroscopy performed by Dr. Pablo Campra Madrid:

https://files.catbox.moe/4xupsl.pdf

This has been confirmed independently by other labs. Most every lab that looked at the vaccines found graphene. A UK investigation found numerous graphene nanodots, which is the kind of thing that Noack was concerned about:

https://ukcitizen2021.org/Case_Briefing_Document_and_lab_report_Ref_AUC_101_Report%20.pdf

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Thanks for these links. (I had actually just posted the first one myself on this substack, but had not been able to find the 2nd one, which includes the police raid and Andreas's wife.) You describe my own sense well -- not wanting to consider these "dark possibilities," but...

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https://brandnewtube.com/watch/quick-update-on-dr-andreas-noack-probable-cause-of-death_rI1fSpjn4nEsFvS.html possibly an electromagnetic attack of some kind possibly concurrent with the police raid, obviously meant to silence him

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It's all about auto-immunity, it seems.

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