COVID-19 Fake Vaccine Causing Magnitism
Ali Reza Hayati
arh at gnu.org
Sat May 15 05:34:19 PDT 2021
On 15/05/2021 16:55, Se7en wrote:
> This is one of the stupidest replies I have ever read. The fact of the
> matter is it is unknown the origin of the magnetic polarity in his
> arm, and is likely that the "Vaccine" (which it is unknown what is
> even in it) most likely injected him with a metallic substance that is
So you're saying it's not a change in your grandfather's body but
something injected there is magnetic? So you're saying a liquid injected
to your grandfather's body made part of your grandfather's body magnetic
but not due to change the cells but due to a magnetic thingy in your
body that is small enough to be able to inject it with a needle? And yet
I'm the stupid one here? LMFAO
> I must assume you are a Schizophrenic due to your insane reaching
> analysis of what I said to lead to the jump that the magnetism is
> being caused by changes in cellular biology.
I don't know, maybe I am, I just assumed that a small thing that can be
injected with a needle can't be that affecting when it comes to magnetic
fields. After all, I went to some parts of my life and had proper
education about physics and biology. I also can read books.
> You have also begun all your email replies to me on the assumption
> that I "don't know how science works", as if I am some kind of
> Anti-Scientist living in the mudpuddles of history.
I didn't assume you're anti-science, I just assumed you don't know how
this works based on your email.
> You have a crass and pompous attitude against anything (it seems) and
> I am offended by your insulting my own intelligence.
I am truly sorry that I insulted you. I didn't intend to do that.
Ali Reza Hayati (https://alirezahayati.com)
Libre culture activist and privacy advocate
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