Graphene oxide, found in the jab deliberately being called a “vaccine”, is a poison. And it will kill you eventually – sometimes sooner than later. Just ask the parents of this 18-year-old girl.

Guess what else it is used for? First, a little background:

Some of you may have heard the term “graphene” being used when describing the ingredients found within various automotive coating products. Heralded as a “miracle material” by the scientific community, graphene oxide is an ultra lightweight, virtually transparent substance that is supposedly 200 times stronger than steel, and serves an outstanding heat and electricity conductor. Very cool, space-age stuff for sure. But does graphene make car coating products more resilient?

After doing some digging on the origin of graphene oxide, we unearthed some pretty startling information, as well as some impressive statistics. We were also able to discern whether or not graphene adequately fulfills its purpose in car care paint protection products, a topic that will surely remain in contention long after this article has gone to print.

Talk Nerdy to Me: What in the Hell is Graphene Oxide Anyhoo?

The discovery of graphene oxide came about when a pair of scientists, Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, discovered that by applying regular adhesive tape to chunks of carbon graphite (aka pencil lead), they could obtain a single flake of carbon with the thickness of just one atom. Broken down to its most base, singular atomic carbon form, their discovery resulted in the production of the thinnest and strongest material known to man. In response to this breakthrough research, the two men were later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2010.

Since graphite is a complex, 3-dimensional crystalline material, breaking it down to a one atom thick grid turns it into a 2-dimesional lattice. Being that there are different thickness levels to graphene oxide, this substance appears clear to the naked eye until about 50 atom layers or more are stacked, at which point it turns opaque. 

“Many scientists are optimistic that graphene will one day enhance-or replace-metals and plastics in our daily lives.”

-Smithsonian Magazine

Graphene oxide is also extremely lightweight and conductive, with its temperature thresholds ranging anywhere from 2200-3300°F, which hypothetically speaking, means that it outperforms all other known materials.

As an electrical conductor, graphene performs as well as copper, and despite being almost completely transparent, remains so dense that not even helium, the smallest gas atom, can pass through it. 

LET ME REPEAT THAT:

As an electrical conductor, graphene performs as well as copper, and despite being almost completely transparent, remains so dense that not even helium, the smallest gas atom, can pass through it. 

AND THAT IS WHAT IS BEING INJECTED INTO YOUR CELLS WITH THE SO-CALLED VACCINE YOU ARE BEING TOLD YOU NEED TO — MUST — TAKE.

Now, if you haven’t already read my post about the magnetization some are experiencing with the jab, PLEASE go read it here.

I’ll wait..

Quick Nerd Note: Due to its outstanding heat conductivity attributes, graphene oxide has seen success in a few areas of manufacturing, including electronics, and curiously enough, the clothing industry. Graphene’s mosquito-repelling propertieshave given it a sharp edge in the clothing industry, with its ability to deflect harmful UV rays giving it a strong advantage as well.

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