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Thanks for the mention, fantastic ongoing work of yours, one of the few Substacks where I constantly learn things on after-effects causes!

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I won't pretend to fully understand the data in this article but even I can see the facts and implications that are being ignored by those who should be paying attention in the medical system etcetera. Thanks for your in-depth investigations as I know it will help in the, hopefully near future. Keep up the good work.

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Feb 10, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Great work, thank you Geoff a nice breakdown of all the ingredients. I studied biology many years ago at uni, and have been wary of any mRNA or DNA vector tech since it was first proposed as a "vaccine" for SARS COV 2/Covid... Knowing how essential cellular mRNA translation is for day to day functions in one's body (let alone a possibility of reverse transcription) the prospect of tinkering without full knowledge of the outcome seemed reckless and dangerous from the outset. Your breakdown of the other ingredients further serves to reinforce my decision not to take any of these products.

Given the harms immediately evident, you'd have thought these products would be pulled from market. I personally know a three people who've died within days to three weeks after the shot (I won't go into details, I'll save that for another day, but they are all textbook vaccine deaths, not reported to the TGA), and a number of people vax injured, (many confirmed vax injured by their doctors)... Given my small social circle I doubt many of these are registered with the TGA, and the reports are just the tip of the iceberg.

I have only just discovered your substack, I'm looking forward to perusing your other articles!

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Thanks Steve. I hope you can encourage reporting to TGA by those who know details of the jab given.

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Feb 10, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

I'll chat to each of them, one girl in particular had a 56 year old cousin who had (presumably Pfizer), he couldn't breathe that night, hospitalised (I think fluid on lungs, but not sure), released... Then later that week died... Autopsy, he was riddled with unusual blood clots, written off as atrial fibrillation, despite no signs of it prior... Now surely a doctor or pathologist would report this to the TGA, no ...

This girl was mandated to have vac but didn't want it (from this experience alone) but succumbed... The rest of her family of course think it was a coincidence... I'll try get her to report it, I'm catching up with her soon. A similar thing happened to a girl at my gym's grandfather, a fit and healthy person, felt immediately unwell after his jab, found dead in his garden later that week... Not reported...

I know a few others, I know these people personally, so with great tact will try and get them to report.

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Such a great article. I think that Moderna agilent was a "special" one, because it doesn't have the humps seen in the Pfizer agilent batch analysis from the TGA. #humpgate is a real eye opener!

https://twitter.com/search?q=%23humpgate&src=typed_query

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Jan 19, 2023·edited Jan 19, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Very interesting thanks. You referred to Pfizer's attempt to reduce decomposition of their 'vaccines' due to temperature, was anything concluded about whether they were successful or not? I remember in the early days much was made of the problem of transportation and storage before use and we were told they had to be kept at extremely low temperatures, not just stuck in the fridge. Then that proviso suddenly disappeared without any explanation that I can recall - it always seemed rather 'suspicious' to me and possibly accounts for so many people who seem to have had non toxic injections, possibly little more than a syringe of saline and junk with little or no "active" mRNA .... fortunately for them of course!

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I will fish out more facts on thermal decomposition of Pfizer. No additive will stop mRNA wrapping around itself without affecting ribosome replication.

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Jan 29, 2023·edited Jan 29, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Oh wow, that was quite comprehensive, thank you. I'll have to look into how SM-102 affects hormonal axes.

EDIT: Oh, I suppose in-vitro data is all that is available? Good god :D

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Jan 19, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

The original sm 102 sinovax website entry specified GO in the formulation before the page was changed once people started to look at it. Including moi. What is being tested now from vials is probably not what was first circulated.

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I have not looked at Sinovax in any detail, but Argentina might be a useful place to start.

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There is a lot to take in but thank you very much. A side issue to vaccines perhaps but important none the less re neuro-toxicity is your reference to nitrosamines.

I suffer from this due to sodium nitrite (E250). This may be of interest.

https://alphaandomegacloud.wordpress.com/2022/11/19/sodium-nitrite-e250-the-poison-in-your-food-and-how-to-remedy-it/

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Thanks very much. Unfortunately a tiny bit of Nitrosamine does immense harm.

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Don't I know it! I have facial palsy due to this, left side, deaf left ear some tinnitus, general tiredness. All improving. I also suspect gadolinium in contrast die for MRI scan had to assess cause of palsy, and possibly plastic mesh hernia, repair toxins released but CT scans.

Plus whatever in immuno-therapy likely to be similar to vaccines (9 sessions in as many months in 2020!

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One of the Gadolinium contrast agents contains Tromethamine, common to Moderna and Pfizer.

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Jan 8·edited Jan 8Liked by GeoffPainPhD

And to muddy the waters still further, many countries dropped the AZ 'vaccine' after vaccinees had already had 2 or 3 doses of it, moving onto mRNA (in the UK it was most often Pfizer) for subsequent boosters. Those people have had a witches brew of different drugs, and considering the manufacturers barely tested their own products in isolation I'm sure no one tested a concoction of two different types, first adenovirus and then mRNA!

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Apr 7, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Another superb piece! Will be reading multiple times on my flight home. Thank you!

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Thanks very much for your support

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PF is the one med students in Japan are required to get 3 shots of.

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They must resist in large numbers.

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Too late, they all have been shot up. Besides, they have no knowledge base upon which to be skeptical about any requirement schools put out. When the HPV vaccine was added to the required shots they needed to attend med, school they all got it with out even knowing what it was for.

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Stunned to read this.

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Just yesterday I heard from a colleague that earlier, when the HPV shot was reintroduced to Japan, his students at the same school couldn’t wait to get it. When he tried to caution them, one asked “How dare you? You are just an English teacher, you are not a doctor.” At that time, I was not yet aware that it was even in Japan. Once I did learn of it, several years had passed and it had become, at least for my students, just one of the many things they had to do or get to attend class.

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May 9Liked by GeoffPainPhD

Sadly it appears Japan is a social environment in which individuals never learned (or were taught) to think for themself or to question 'orders' even when their health (life) is at stake.

(I'm always interested to learn about Japan from your perspective. So glad you're here sharing your experience.)

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To give you an idea of just how little the individual means to Japanese society, look at their name order. Let us say that my name is Kitsune Fox. In English, this means I am the individual named “Kitsune” who is from the Fox family. Many, I’d say most, of my school mates coworkers and even some bosses I never learned or possibly even heard their family names. I did know the family names of my friends though, as least the closest ones but few others.

In Japanese, I am “Fox Sensei”. A representative of the Fox family who is a teacher. This is how I am called by Japanese colleagues and all I deal with through work. Friends and others call me “Fox San”. Few know my given name.

In the US and other English speaking countries, short forms of given names are commonly used, Tom for Thomas for one common example. In Japan, they use short forms of family names. A family friend goes by “Gu”, which comes from the family name ‘Noguchi”.

I should do a piece on this next topic, as it is rather long and unbelievable. It is a topic I can only share because I do not use my actual name. There has been a lot written on spheres of authority in Japan. If a command comes from the cognizant sphere of authority, it is to be obeyed without question or delay. If the command is of a nature that the sphere giving it does not have authority, it can, should be and is ignored. Good luck figuring out what is and is not allowed to come from which sphere. What follows is an account of a little experiment I ran on a class that yielded completely unexpected results that could get me fired and keep me out of any classroom. To this day I am shocked by what I discovered, but it answered a question I have long had from reading newspapers here.

Erasers. Keshigomu in Japanese. Japanese have a fetish for perfect penmanship. Resumes for the first real job for college grads in Japan must be handwritten. Tests and quizzes are part of some sort of “permanent” record, or at least they believe. This may explain why my college students, who at the time were exclusively female, spend an impossible to believe until you’ve witnessed it repeatedly about of time erasing their answers on quizzes and tests. Think Adrian Monk of the TV series MONK and you closer than you’ll want to believe. This is a problem. 5 minute quizzes end up eating far too much class time. However, they do not care at all for their penmanship on assignments that are returned to them. So, for quizzes and tests, I instruct them to put their erasers away, to just one line mistakes and write it correctly after the struck out word/s. And they freak out. “Eeeeeeee!?” Whattttt!? “Yadaaaaa!” No wayyyyyy!. “Doshiyo?” Whatever are we to do? So over the top are their protestations that I had long described to others that observers would have thought I told them to disrobe. Eventually, I decided to test this.

Planning on them protesting against me instructing them to undress I would soon rescind the “order” and ask them why they protest to the same degree when I tell them to put their erasers away? Are the two in any way similar?

The classes were small, 8-10 students, and the desks were wedge shaped to facilitate friendly conversation style discussion with the circular fashion in which they were arrayed. This was the first class of the day and two students had entered the classroom with the bell sounding as they took their seats. They took the two empty seats off to my left, just partially within my peripheral vision. I instructed my class to get undressed. Those in my view straight ahead just sat there, as statues with blank faces. I repeated the command. The two who just came in were still moving, but as they just came in, I assumed they were just taking off their coats. The reaction from all the other students was just to sit still and stare ahead with a blank stare. I looked over at the two who slipped in just as the bell rang and one was just finishing unbuttoning her blouse the other about to remove her bra. “STOP!” “WHAT ARE YOU DOING?” I immediately screamed. “Undressing.” “What ?” “WHY?” “You told us to.” “STOP”. “Get dressed!” Absolutely stunned, I explained what I was about and that while students should follow directions given by their teachers, there are limits and this was one of them, that they should NEVER follow such commands from any teacher.

What did I learn? College girls will strip in the classroom when told to by a male teacher but will not put their erasers away when the same teacher tells them to.

It also answered in part a question that I had long wondered about. From time to time you’ll read of a jr. High or high school teacher getting reprimanded for having the team they coach strip naked and runs laps around the school yard. The thought that had always entered my mind upon reading these was “Whatwhyhow?”.

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My bad. Typo, Sinopeg not sinovax, the excipient manufacturer. Dr Andreas Noack, graphite expert, arrested and murdered by German police, while live streaming on the dangers of GO in the jabs is very suspicious also.

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Andreas Noack did not die in Germany, he died in Austria and the postmortem revealed it was from natural causes.

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Just wondering if Noack’s video presentation on GO was incorrect and where exactly in his calculations he was wrong….it’s been a while since I tried to make sense of his video but I do not remember reading anything specific in the complaints….

And interestingly enough Noack’s wife/partner disputes the post-mortem……thank you — your work is greatly appreciated.

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Noack video where? I saw someone talking rubbish about Andreas Noack. There is no Graphene in the jabs.

https://geoffpain.substack.com/p/fifth-column-promoting-graphene-fantasies

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Sorry I didn’t say he died in Germany, only that he was arrested by German police, and not seen alive again thereafter. Can one trust postmortems, seeing as they are almost non existent thus far for convid associated demise. The main point is still Sinopeg's web site originally stated GO was in their sm 102. Analysis of the vials is expressly forbidden in the product legal contracts, therefore anyone doing so out in the open has the blessing of those in control. And along with that, controlled narrative. Thanks for your valuable time and my apologies for distracting you from your works.

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That is completely FALSE. Sinopeg NEVER stated GO is in their SM-102.

Analysis is NOT expressly forbidden. The vials are routinely tested and results are published by governments including Australia.

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One of the main thrusts behind the GO argument is that so many patents have been granted on its ability to be used within the body for transmitting signals. That's the origin of the speculation. Another is that we have all these 666 carbon signs around the vaccine. They get extreme and wild. You are stuck with pledging your sanity to The Coincidence.

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To what do you refer?

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Feb 19, 2023Liked by GeoffPainPhD

The COVID vax substances.

Very poor craftsmanship.

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Not sure if this was directed at me or not. Med students in Japan have been required to get 3 shots of Pfizer’s “vax”.

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Kitchen counter chemistry as done by demented ten year old kids.

Not a compliment. :(

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Thanks. BioNTech Pfizer trials if their venom included a large number of HIV patients.

A year ago I asked the 20 million plus ResearchGate users what they think about similarities to natural venoms.

https://www.researchgate.net/post/Venom_compared_to_GMO_Spike_Protein_and_other_COVID-19_Vaccine_ingredients_damaging_numerous_organs-comparison_with_natural_large_molecule_Toxins

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Interesting that article by Pradhan et al. was withdrawn

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