MAC Address Phenomenon and Ribbons from C19 vials

1 year ago

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Dr. Ana Mihalcea, Dr. David Nixon, Dr. Shimon Yanowitz and Electrical Engineer Matt Taylor are part of an international collaborative team effort to shed light on the self-assembly nanotechnology in the C19 injectables. In this new video we present new research information testing the microchips that develop from Pfizer vial contents and their emission of MAC addresses. We discuss recent findings of MAC addresses emitted from Pfizer vial chips and the correlation to other researchers around the world who have found MAC addresses in C19 injected people or un-injected who got PCR tests.
In our discussion we refer to this Comusav video:
Dr. David Nixon is a physician from Melbourne Australia, who has been evaluating the Pfizer vial contents. Dr. Shimon Yanowitz is an independent researcher from Israel with a background in computer science and electrical engineering and has evaluated C19 injectables right after thawing and showed self-assembly at room temperature and then even more elaborate while incubated at body temperature. He proved the self-assembly structures originate from Liposomes. Matt Taylor is an electrical engineer from Ecuador, who has evaluated C19 injectables under the microscope and proven self-assembly. Dr. Ana Maria Mihalcea, MD, PhD from the USA, is a board-certified Internal Medicine Physician with a PhD in Pathology and over 22 years of clinical practice experience. She researches the process of shedding, does dark field Live Blood Analysis and works on evaluating therapeutics.
Dr. Ana’s Substack Newsletter – discussing topics like dangers of C19 injectables, Nanotechnology, Long Covid and vax injury reversal and more

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