*SPAM* Re: COVID-19 Fake Vaccine Causing Magnitism

Karl gmkarl at gmail.com
Thu May 20 14:42:14 PDT 2021

> > - My experience is that when iron particles rust, they lose their
> magnetism.
>         Too bad iron oxides are still magnetic. At least some of them are
> - I know this because I've trivially witnessed the phenomenom. The black
> oxide Fe3O4 is magnetic. Not sure about Fe2O3 aka 'rust'.
>         "Iron(III) oxide was the most common magnetic particle used in all
> types of magnetic storage and recording media"
>         oops, so 'rust' is magnetic too.

All I know for sure here is that once I ordered a bag of iron oxide powder
and a magnet wouldn't pick any of it up.  I was looking for a magnetic
powder.  I didn't note the chemistry if it was present.

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