Why Are Cytotoxic Carbon NanoTubes or NanoWorms Found In mRNA Vaccines? | Robert O. Young, DSc, PhD, Naturopathic Practitioner 



Dr. Robert Young, please identify the black nano worms in the Pfizer vaccine as seen under pHase contrast microscopy?

In the phase contrast microscopy video above, you have asked me to review and comment. I would suggest the following: what you are viewing is a carbon multi-walled nanotube (MWCNTs) which I have shown to elicit asbestos-like toxicological effects on cell membranes and cell genetics.

To reduce the risk for humans and animals, I would suggest that the physicochemical characteristics or reactivity of nano materials should be used to predict a serious health hazard.

Fibre-shape and the ability to generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) are important indicators of highly acidic hazardous materials. Asbestos is one of those known toxic acidic ROS generators, while MWCNTs may either produce or scavenge ROS.

However, certain biomolecules, such as albumin – used as dispersants in nano material or particulate preparations for toxicological testing in vivo and in vitro – may reduce the surface reactivity of these nano materials.