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  • The Graphene Oxide Studies (Spanish)

     TheRealRestoreInc. updated 3 weeks, 3 days ago 2 Members · 15 Posts
  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 10, 2021 at 9:46 pm
  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 10, 2021 at 9:59 pm

    Other uses for graphene oxide are at this link:


    It is not right to inject it into humans, do you not think?

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 10, 2021 at 10:05 pm

    <header>CONFIRMED! Graphene Oxide Main Ingredient In Covid Shots </header>

    By Dr. Ariyana Love, ND

    A former Pfizer employee and current analyst for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, came forward with indisputable documentation proving that GRAPHENE OXIDE NANOPARTICLES is the key ingredient in Biotech’s Covid-19 serums.

    This means that an unapproved industrial poison is being dishonestly marketed as “vaccines” and injected into children’s veins.

    In her must-watch interview with Stew Peter’s on July 28th, Kingston reveals how graphene oxide was hidden under a trade secret. It was therefore not recorded in Biotech’s patent filing as an ingredient in the Covid-19 serums. It was also not disclosed to the public Kingston explains, because it was not required due to it being the registered intellectual property of the pharmaceutical cartel.

    Source: https://ambassadorlove.wordpress.com/2021/08/09/confirmed-graphene-oxide-main-ingredient-in-covid-shots/

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 10, 2021 at 10:33 pm

    The researchers discuss in more detail here:



    As already discussed in some parts of the world, the graphene oxide found in Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna, and Vaxigrip Tetra vaccination vials can also be detected in the blood of those inoculated with this experimental substance through blood tests, of course.

    Through the D-dimer test, the presence of ferritin in amounts close to 500 mcg can be detected, indicating the presence of recently formed clots. As La Quinta Columna has explained throughout all its programs, graphene oxide has a thrombogenic property, since it’s a foreign agent that enters the body aggressively and that the body tries to trap in some way so that it doesn’t continue advancing to more parts.


    Below, in the excerpt provided by Orwell City, biostatistician and director of La Quinta Columna Ricardo Delgado explains the process in more detail.

    Link: Rumble

    Jorge Osorio (Dirección Correcta): Along the same lines, dear Ricardo. I don’t know if you have done any analysis —or if it’s viable for people who’re already inoculated— of regular blood tests. Would such an analysis reveal the existence of graphene in people who have been inoculated?

    Ricardo Delgado: In a blood test, if you do it from the point of view of a regular blood test, what you’re going to find is that they have D-dimer.

    The D-dimer test measures the quantification of a protein called fibrin. You’re going to see the D-dimer above 300 or 400 micrograms per liter. In other words: there is coagulation.


    Because, logically, if we introduce graphene oxide into the body, and as we have seen in studies, it has a clotting factor and generates thrombi. It’s logical. If we introduce a foreign element into the body, the body will try to envelop it. That’s to say, it’ll try to coagulate it to prevent the proliferation and dissemination of the material in question throughout the body. So, in a regular blood test, you’ll find that.

    Now, notice that it would have been much easier to do the analysis you have just suggested than the analysis of the vial itself, Jorge.

    If we extract a little bit of blood from the inoculation area, and that’s from a recent inoculation —for example, once three weeks have already passed and the substance has flowed through the body—, and that sample is centrifuged, properly cleaned, and put under the optical and electron microscope, there you should be able to see the classic graphene meshes. That’s a sure thing. Moreover, they’re unmistakable.

    So it’s much easier to find it in blood than the vaccines, in which we also detected it. Because we have had found it in the AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna —in Argentina they have also done an analysis—, and in the flu vaccine.

    That’s the beginning of it since we suspect graphene is in all the vaccines. Because of the patent that we have found and because all of them make people magnetic. And given that no material causes magnetism as graphene does —and not only magnetism, but energy condensation and superconductivity— we dare to say, extrapolate and infer that it’s the same material: graphene oxide, which has been added to all of them.

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 10, 2021 at 10:47 pm

    Graphene Oxide in foods too…

    Graphene has been introduced by inhalation or intravenously directly —the vaccine—. Do you remember the toxicity report that talked about the different routes of administration or entry into the body? Well, we have also found graphene now in foods such as meats, teas, chamomile, cereals, cookies, lactose-free milk, cocoa, and infusions —we have hundreds of videos of that—. Let’s say that’s how it’s administered orally. But it’s also administered intradermally. We find it in hydrogels, all kinds of cosmetic items, creams, mascara, in almost any makeup product, moisture facial milk, sun creams.

    It’s also in tobacco —going back to the inhalation route—. In tobacco too. In electronic cigarettes, in the famous PCR tests, which are manufactured by NanoGrafi. Probably, in the antigen test. All of that is by the inhaled route. And also in masks. So… Yes?

    Dr. José Luis Sevillano: People still need to check out of curiosity if medications like aspirin, paracetamol, and… Don’t run out of the medicines you have by doing this test.

    But if you have some spare stock to take some medicine and turn into powder. Do it and check if the meds have also had magnetic stuff added to them. Because this has to be reported immediately. I mean, immediately.

    This is no longer about the vaccine. There will be no pretense of anything happening. Even the TV is not going to laugh. Let’s see how Susanna Griso and Risto Mejide come out saying that the magnetism in food is a joke. Let’s see how they explain it to people. Is it that the magnet also sticks to them because they’re greasy? Because you can see how it sticks to food.

    We’re not going to tolerate that anymore. We don’t allow seeing magnetic arms. We’re having a hard time, but many people already know about it. And more people are getting aware. But they will cover your mouth when people have started dying. They’ll say it’s because the virus ‘is in the air’. And, of course, forget about talking about magnetic arms. We have already seen them, and we already know how they act. They won’t accept the issue of magnetic arms or graphene no matter how much we analyze them.

    But let’s see how they analyze… Let’s see how they deal with the fact of food having heavy metal-type elements or graphene-type magnetic elements. Let’s see how they swallow that. Let’s see how they can digest that. I mean, the next campaign that we have to do immediately, is the magnetic food campaign. That of heavy metal poisoning in food. In food in general, in water…, in everything we see there is something.

    Let’s see how they show this on TV. Let’s see if they dare to comment on it. Well, they won’t comment on it. But people will know about it and will be shouting in the streets asking for explanations soon.

    Because if foods and medicines also become magnetic, everyone can check it out, that really compromises governments. That brings them down. In fact, if the issue of the magnetic arm has not brought down governments, it’s only because of the fear that people have of the virus. And because they are confusing the issue of the virus with that of intoxication via vaccines. And as the strength of the virus is much greater because people are afraid, they’re forgetting about the magnetic arm. Many don’t know what it is about. But many people already know about it. But they can no longer explain or hide the fact that food is magnetic in any way. And everyone who learns that food is magnetic immediately will give credibility to the fact that the vaccine leaves magnetic arms.

    The offensive is right now. Food poisoning produces magnetism in food. And the state is again behind all this. Because for a single food to be magnetic, it may be a factory error. Or who knows! But the fact that so many foods are magnetic is no longer a mistake. That is an order that is given. That comes from high places. Like the vaccine. It’s the same thing.

    Ricardo Delgado: Yes, and you can see that, in some way, this is going to contribute to the magnetism of the people in different ways. But the vaccine is more invasive, and they need it because they want to impose it at all costs. I’m going to quickly put a couple of one-minute videos of the hundreds…

    Dr. Sevillano: Ricardo. This would explain why so many unvaccinated people are magnetized.

    Ricardo Delgado: Sure, sure.

    Dr. Sevillano: This would explain it.

    Ricardo Delgado: It would indeed. Here, we’re going to make a denouncement with videos that we will make viral. We’re already working on it. As of tomorrow, we’re going to start showing videos every day without stopping…

    Dr. Sevillano: Ricardo. Let them look at all the food because that motivates people. All the food that crosses their minds. Any med that crosses their mind. See if there is anything magnetic and make a record. And then go to their doctors, to the pharmacy, and wherever it is necessary. When it’s about food is harder. But if it’s medication, you can go to your doctor and to the pharmacy. That’s what it’s all about, that people start to wake up now.

    Source: https://www.orwell.city/2021/08/magnetic-food.html?m=1

  • MatthewElvey

    August 11, 2021 at 3:03 pm

    Please leave.

    I’ve seen this claim made elsewhere and it appears to be nonsense. TSN hasn’t reported on it, for good reason.

    There’s no legal basis for not including a trade secret ingredient in a list of ingredients. A false ingredients list would be fraud. It’s dishonest to say that graphene oxide can be detected with the D-dimer test. It doesn’t do that. Sure, the D-dimer test does suggest that the jabs are doing harm to most who receive them. But it doesn’t follow from “A causes B” that “B causes A”.

    Also, the “makes people magnetic claim” is absurd. Yes, I’ve seen the videos. Pathetic.

    Also, the “causes superconductivity claim” is absurd. More Pathetic. It’s used in tiny amounts when making relatively-high-temperature superconductors. Not relevant. There’s no such thing as a superconductor that works at body, room or (regular) freezer temperature.

    I’m not going to subject myself to endless videos to check if they make any more sense than what I’ve looked at already. If you can’t provide an English summary of the evidence, with references, here on TSN, please leave.

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 13, 2021 at 5:20 pm

    No, I’m not leaving. It’s a discussion.

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 14, 2021 at 10:46 pm
  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 22, 2021 at 11:53 am



    On 06/10/2021 1 vial was received by courier, labeled with the following text:

    “COMIRNATY™ .Sterile concentrate. COVID-19 mRNA. 6 doses after dilution.
    Discard date / time: PAA165994.LOT / EXP: EY3014 08/2021 ”

    Origin and traceability: unknown
    State of conservation: refrigerated
    Maintenance during the study: refrigerated
    Coding of the problem sample to be analyzed: RD1

    Preliminary observations of the test sample RD1


    Sealed vial, with rubber and aluminum cap intact, of 2 ml capacity, containing a 0.45 ml cloudy aqueous suspension.
    RNA extraction and quantification is performed
    Presence of uncharacterized nanometric microbiology is observed, visible at 600X in optical microscope



  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 22, 2021 at 11:56 am

    COMIRNATY® is a messenger RNA (mRNA) based vaccine against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

    Source: https://www.who.int/publications/m/item/comirnaty-covid-19-mrna-vaccine

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 22, 2021 at 12:03 pm

    The inside story behind Pfizer and BioNTech’s new vaccine brand name, Comirnaty

    Comirnaty. It’s a name we’ll all know soon.

    The new brand name for Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine, Comirnaty mashes up community, immunity, mRNA and COVID—pretty much everything that could fit into the moniker for the world’s most high-profile product at the moment.

    How did those concepts become a brand? We asked the naming agency behind both Comirnaty and its non-proprietary name, tozinameran—industry heavyweight Brand Institute, which began working with BioNTech in April. Pfizer joined the effort shortly after, when the duo’s vaccine collaboration was announced.

    “The name is coined from Covid-19 immunity, and then embeds the mRNA in the middle, which is the platform technology, and as a whole the name is meant to evoke the word community,” Scott Piergrossi, Brand Institute president of operations and communications, said.

    The goal in naming drugs is to overlap ideas and layer meaning into a name, he said. In this case, the high-priority concepts the teams started with were COVID immunization and the mRNA technology. The clients themselves came up with community as an image and association they wanted to elicit, Piergrossi said.

    So that’s the Co- prefix, followed by the mRNA in the middle, and ending with the -ty suffix, which nods to both community and immunity. Plus, community and immunity are conceptually mnemonic across the entire name.

    “Identifying those word parts and plugging into the community concept really executed nicely at the end of the day,” Piergrossi said.

    Comirnaty is pronounced phonetically as koe mir’ na tee, while tozinameran is toe zi na’ mer an.

    The tozinameran generic name was established in two parts, Piergrossi explained. The first half, tozina-, is the invented prefix required by the World Health Organization, while the second half -meran is the required suffix for new mRNA vaccines.

    Comirnaty has been officially approved by Swiss and European regulators, and the nonproprietary tozinameran has been approved by the WHO. While the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine has been approved for emergency use in the U.S., the brand name awaits FDA approval.

    “Of course, Comirnaty was not the only name BioNTech and Pfizer considered…”

    Source: https://www.fiercepharma.com/marketing/pfizer-biontech-select-comirnaty-as-brand-name-for-covid-19-vaccine

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 22, 2021 at 12:20 pm

    PDF Pfizer Comirnaty vaccine patient form

    The Pfizer-BioNTech / Comirnaty COVID-19 Vaccine includes the following ingredients:

    [Waiting on the MSDS safety data sheet]

    BNT162b2 mRNA;

    (4- hydroxybutyl) azanediyl)bis(hexane-6,1-diyl)bis(2-hexyldecanoate);

    2-[(polyethylene glycol)-2000]-N,N- ditetradecylacetamide;



    potassium chloride;

    monobasic potassium phosphate;

    sodium chloride;

    dibasic sodium phosphate dihydrate;


    Source: https://file.go.gov.sg/visp.pdf

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 27, 2021 at 5:05 pm

    Soothing the symptoms of anxiety with graphene oxide Graphene oxide inhibits post-traumatic stress disorder.

    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.

    The scientists used a common animal model: just like in the classic cartoon Tom and Jerry, a mouse lives in a hole in the wall of a small room, where it feels protected and safe. Normally, the mouse explores the room freely and without worry. But when the mouse smells a cat, it runs back into its hole, where it knows it is safe. This is a very strong defensive behaviour and the basis for the fight or flight response, which is intrinsic to most animals.

    After one week in this environment, the mouse remembers this behaviour, even after the cat’s scent has gone. This is a model for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a protective anxiety behaviour that arises in response to negative memories. Millions of people around the world suffer from disorders related to PTSD or anxiety.

    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.

    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.”



  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 27, 2021 at 6:11 pm

    The 5G and graphene oxide (GO) subject…Even though denied by the media and many people who are otherwise (wise in other things, but not this), the industry exists.



    April 2, 2018

    The Future of Graphene and 5G

    Grolltex Manager, April 2nd, 2018

    At the February Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona, Spain, the close connection between graphene and 5G technology was one of the main sources of attraction. Both have been featured prominently in the news recently as new-age wonders, so it’s only natural that the two would at some point combine forces to produce some truly remarkable capabilities. That time appears to be in the very near future, as considerable research has been underway on ways that the two could support each other for mutual benefit.

    Monolayer graphene has only been commercially available for about the last decade, but it has already made a powerful impact in the areas of high-speed photosensitivity, farming applications, flexible photodetectors, medical diagnostics, and water purification processes. 5G of course, has been hailed as the future of communications for several years, and is considered to be the enabling technology for both VR and AR. Some of the ongoing research has been related to finding ways that super-conductive, flexible monolayer graphene could be used to support the needs of 5G technology, to help finally achieve the breakthrough it needs.

    Graphene and 5G Technology Combined

    5G technology cannot simply be scaled up from previous technology to meet the demands of high-speed communications of the future – it needs an enabling technology. Enter monolayer graphene. By late 2017, a research team at Chalmers University in Sweden had developed a method of combining graphene flexibility with terahertz detection so as to make it possible to connect the Internet of Things (IoT), via high-bandwidth technologies available in 5G.

    Another group of researchers comprised of Italian University specialists and commercial companies, have produced a flexible microwave device for communications which has applications for Wi-Fi, and which can also be used in millimeter wave (mmWave) technologies. And why is this important? It’s universally acknowledged that the true future of 5G technology lies in this millimeter wave technology.

    Currently some of the 5G high-frequency components are made using gallium arsenide technology, but this is very costly, and has been one of the factors slowing the development of 5G. Graphene can be manufactured much more inexpensively, and its quality is at least comparable and often superior to gallium arsenide. The only thing which hinders the shift from gallium arsenide to graphene is the immaturity of the graphene supply chain – this is a technology barely 10 years old, and there are not a lot of manufacturers able to supply components in the quantity that would be needed.

    The Future of Graphene

    The versatility of graphene will become more and more evident in the next several years, as graphene will be used in the manufacture of a wide range of superior products such as water desalination membranes, medical diagnostic devices, smartphone displays, stretchable electronics, advanced solar cells, and others. Graphene is clearly the wave of the future, and it will be fascinating to observe its ongoing development.

    Grolltex is the most advanced graphene producer in the U.S. Through patented transfer and processing methods, we are able to produce single layer graphene at a cost structure not previously known. There are currently more than 15,000 products under patent-pending status which are based on graphene technology, and that number will most assuredly be growing in the coming few years.

  • TheRealRestoreInc.

    August 29, 2021 at 1:16 pm

    READER SPOILER ALERT: How to calm down after exposure to natural people, who have had the patience to wait to be vaccinated, and may or may not consent to vaccines whether or not magnetic impurities are found…

    THIS IS NOT FOR ME. The only carbon therapy I want is quiet isolation with friends, by campfire at night, in a forest and with a clear starry sky, discussing life and death and eternal life.

    Stop now if you don’t want your typical response of “conspiracy theory!” to be PERMANENTLY DISABLED AND UNUSEABLE AGAIN.

    “Soothing the symptoms of anxiety with graphene oxide”


    Spotlight: Audrey Franceschi Biagioni uses graphene to alleviate mental health disorders Audrey Franceschi Biagioni is investigating whether graphene flakes could help to alleviate psychological disorders related to the human fear response, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

    What made you choose a career in science? How did you get started on your current research project?

    After obtaining my bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Science, I decided to pursue a career in research because I wanted to learn more about the functionality of the brain. I am fascinated by the way chemical signals work to control our behaviour, and I am especially interested in understanding the ways in which neurochemical dysfunctions can lead to psychiatric and neurologic diseases.

    My research focuses on the application of graphene oxide flakes in an animal model of post-traumatic stress disorder. I study brain circuits underlying fear and stress, and I am excited to discover how graphene and layered materials can be engineered to interact with brain networks.

    Can you explain your project a bit more?

    Neurotransmitters, chemical substances produced by neurons, allow brain cells to communicate with each other by acting at specific binding sites – exactly like a lock-and-key system. Only the right key (the neurotransmitter) can open and close a specific lock (the binding site). If a neurotransmitter fits into a binding site, it can modulate certain associated brain activities. In particular, graphene oxide flakes can interact with binding sites of glutamatergic neurons and decrease their activity.

    More specifically, a region of the brain that coordinates fear, called the amygdala, is hyperactive under certain pathological conditions, such as in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), because excitatory neurotransmitters have opened up many locks in this area of the brain. As a result, people experience intense fear, nightmares and traumatic flashbacks.

    The goal of my research is to use graphene to interrupt the brain excitatory activity under these pathological conditions. In the laboratory, the PTSD-like behaviour can be provoked in rats by triggering their natural fear of cats: when rats smell cat odor, their amygdala becomes hyperactive. We hypothesized that the interaction of graphene with specific neurons in the rats’ amygdalas may prevent the PTSD-related behavioral responses.

    How can our society benefit from this?

    Graphene oxide flakes have the potential to promote advancement in drug development due to their small size as well as their structural and functional properties. Evidence showing that graphene oxide has an effective impact on the neuronal network led to the hypothesis that appropriate graphene-based technologies could be used as alternative therapeutics for mental health disorders.

    This approach would represent a significant advantage over existing therapies. However, I also believe it is necessary to keep up with fundamental studies in order to employ graphene oxide for clinical applications.




    “Tom and Jerry – the cat “makes” the mouse uncomfortable. Graphene flakes could help to alleviate psychological disorders related to the human fear response, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

    Source: https://graphene-flagship.eu/graphene/news/soothing-the-symptoms-of-anxiety-with-graphene-oxide/

    The scientists used a common animal model: just like in the classic cartoon Tom and Jerry, a mouse lives in a hole in the wall of a small room, where it feels protected and safe. Normally, the mouse explores the room freely and without worry. But when the mouse smells a cat, it runs back into its hole, where it knows it is safe. This is a very strong defensive behaviour and the basis for the fight or flight response, which is intrinsic to most animals.

    After one week in this environment, the mouse remembers this behaviour, even after the cat’s scent has gone. This is a model for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a protective anxiety behaviour that arises in response to negative memories. Millions of people around the world suffer from disorders related to PTSD or anxiety.

    “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.






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