I have spent most of my time looking at the Pfizer injectable as it dries out on a microscope slide.
Nobody who has had this experience is able to say that this is a normal appearance.
They either haven’t looked or they are lying.
It is obvious that there is a lot of sparkly shyte that has no right to be there.

As a response to the chorus from experts that this was normal I produced a video of some of the clips that I had taken.
These were all taken in darkfield and at low magnification between 40x and 200x. With the exception of the live blood images, they were taken without a coverslip.
I would like to thank Mark who supplied the music and Pete for his skill in putting it together.
The title of this video is “This is not cholesterol: No Shit Sherlock!”
-we have corrected the spelling mistakes in later versions but here is the original:

This video show Pfizer at 40x magnification as it dries out:

These are two short clips, magnification varying between 40x and 200x

– particularly look at the large structure present at ~ 1minute mark

here are a few more videos for those interested:

this shows Pfizer drying out as it flows past the edge of a strong magnet (top right of screen)
this is after further Pfizer is added to a previously dried sample


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