The individual who spotted and shared the following story has asked to remain completely anonymous, but I'd like to offer a deep thank you for passing it along...
When you read this story, I think you'll see why the article is significant, why the individual passed it along, and why it raises so many questions:
Now, regular readers here will be aware of those articles suggesting a high presence of this compound in some of the quackcines, though there's an equal if not greater number of articles disputing that (for a review of the claims of finding graphene oxide, see https://rense.com/general96/graphene-oxide-is-toxic-to-human-blood.pdf). Some people have even reported behavioural changes in some recipients of the quackcines, including a dulled "zombie"-like behaviour. According to the article, this is to be expected:
Researchers from Graphene Flagship partners SISSA in Italy, ICN2 in Spain and the University of Manchester in the UK, in collaboration with the Ribeirão Preto Medical School of the University of São Paulo, have discovered that graphene oxide inhibits anxiety-related behaviours in a model study. They found that injecting graphene oxide into a specific region of the brain silences the neurons responsible for anxious behaviour.
And it's worth noting the following in this regard:
Laura Ballerini, lead author of the paper and Professor of Physiology at Graphene Flagship partner SISSA, Italy, explains that graphene oxide disables communication between the synapses that cause this type of fear.
“Two days after injecting graphene oxide into a specific region of the mouse’s brain, it behaved like other mice that had never experienced the smell of a cat in their home environment. In other words, graphene oxide inhibited the mouse’s anxiety-related behaviour,” Ballerini explains. She says that two days is roughly the time for memories to form and be consolidated in the mouse’s brain, which corresponds to the time for the symptoms of anxiety to subside.
“Graphene oxide interacts with the part of the brain responsible for the formation of fear-related memories, which cause anxiety. It doesn’t work like a drug, by inhibiting the function of the receptors – instead, it temporarily halts the entire mechanism long enough to disrupt the brain’s fear-related pathology, without damaging them,” continues Ballerini.
Graphene oxide interrupts anxiety-related neuron signals without affecting the neurons, or the surrounding cells. In simple terms, it only ‘turns down’ the communications between specific neurons. In a disease where these communications are over-expressed, like PTSD and anxiety, targeting the synapses with graphene oxide is enough to halt the development of this pathological behaviour. This is a type of precision medicine.
So let's speculate by doing what we usually do: let's assume all these articles are true and that the quackcines are loaded with graphene oxide. The question then is why? Based on the article, very little of that presence would seem to have to do with combating covid, and very much of having to do with squelching traumatic behaviour and memory. But why attempt to inoculate such a large swath of the global population, which does not have such trauma and memory... unless it is a preemptive effort?
In this respect, there's something else of interest in the article:
Graphene oxide is naturally eliminated after a few days, as the surrounding tissue digests the material. Ballerini says that, after two days, they did not observe any inflammation, and no traces of graphene oxide remained at all. Next, Ballerini and colleagues will seek to combine the synapse-targeting behaviour of graphene oxide with its ability to attach to carrier molecules for drug delivery.
Serge Picaud, Deputy Leader of the Graphene Flagship’s Biomedical Technologies Work Package, comments: “This work provides another great demonstration of the therapeutic potential of graphene, used either alone or included in a medical device.”
Andrea C. Ferrari, Science and Technology Officer of the Graphene Flagship and Chair of its Management Panel, adds: “The healthcare, environmental and biological applications of graphene and related materials have been investigated by the Graphene Flagship since its inception. This work opens up a new avenue of research and showcases a path for a very important therapeutic use of graphene oxide – one of the most common forms of functionalised graphene.” (Boldface emphasis added)
Eliminated after a few days? Hmmm... that might imply the need for booster shots in order to maintain certain levels of the substance...
And what about graphene oxide's "ability to attach to carrier molecules for drug delivery" and thus capable of being used alone or "included in a medical device"? Like, maybe, a quackcine?
So, if all this speculation be true, it would appear there is a very different purpose to the quackcines, and if the graphene oxide component of the story be true, it would seem that at least one of the purposes is to calm the mice down when cats come to play...
See you on the flip side...