It appears there is a scientific explanation for the post-vaccine magnet phenomenon that has been sweeping the internet for weeks.
Magnetofection is a gene delivery system that uses super-magnetic nanoparticles to enhance targeting in gene therapy.
What appeared to start as a ‘conspiracy theory’ internet meme began gaining traction as more and more videos emerged of people sticking magnets to their bodies. The first videos showed magnets attracted to only the vaccination site in the arm, but new videos surfaced of people who excitedly got the jab now expressing uncertainty, as objects such as refrigerator magnets, metal cutlery, and even smartphones were hovering against other parts of their bodies.
This video shows examples of those first-hand accounts and includes an explanation given by Dr. Jane Ruby, an expert in the field of pharmaceutical drug development.
“Not For Use In Humans?”
Interestingly, official fact-checkers have debunked the claim that the covid vaccines, or any vaccines can cause magnetism.
There’s a lot of misinformation out there, clearly.
The magnetic phenomena is believed to be occurring solely with the mRNA jabs, Pfizer and Moderna.
The pro-vaccine crowd will leap to defend the use of this technology, as well as defend the strategy of lying about it in order to ‘get needles into arms,’ because anything that suggests that they were premature in asserting “the vaccines are completely safe” is naturally met with doubling down, digging heels in, and often ignoring the science or selecting the science which fits their narrative. But that’s not how science works. Science is not concluding that your hypothesis is correct before executing all of the necessary experiments. In fact, that’s anti-science. But the pro-science crowd doesn’t need to be told that.
Pragmatism may not be sexy, but it is useful in certain scenarios. In regards to health it could go either way, but people have a right to know what they’re signing up for; and opting for dishonesty over honesty if intentions are well-meaning is a peculiar strategy to take up.