Unveiling Them
Manmade Nano-Particles Contain Reduced Metals & Harmful Gases
Amino Acids, Fatty Acids, Vitamins, Heparin & other "nutrients" are manmade nanoparticles of rubber, plastic and glass.
Any metal, manmade by reduction for absorption into the body, is incompatible with life.
Reduced metals bind with "functional groups" in manmade particles.
Amino acids are assembled into host cells by intracellular organisms.
Fatty Acids transport reduced metals into the brain.
ALL metabolites of manmade particles (amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins & other) are byproducts of the
body’s failed attempts to neutralize and remove the particles, due to low copper status.
Selections ("mutations") in Spike Protein increase the severity of disease, death rate & copper depletion rate:
Carbon causes necrosis -- corrodes and kills host cells.
Hydrogen is for bonds.
Nitrogen is for growth; AA changes to higher nitrogen number gives “growth advantage”.
Oxygen fuels intracellular organisms (viruses) in self-replication and viral protein assembly,and damages host cells by oxidation.
C-carbon    H-hydrogen    N-nitrogen   O-oxygen
Formula C H N O
Graphene Oxide C140H42O20 140 42 20 Platelets
Heparin C12H19NO20S3 12 19 1 20 S3 Glass -- Cobalt/nickel+; fragments blood proteins
Select Amino Acid & Metabolites
Histidine C6H9N3O2 6 9 3 2 Plastic -- Cobalt/Nickel+ Imidazole
Histamine C5H9N3 5 9 3 Minus CO2; imidazole remains
Tryptophan C11H12N2O2 11 12 2 2 Rubber -- Cobalt/Nickel+ Benzene
5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) C11H12N2O3 11 12 2 3 plus O, the first step to serotonin synthesis
Serotonin C10H12N2O 10 12 2 1 Minus CO2 of 5-HTP; benzene remains
Nanoparticle - amino acids
alanine - A C3H7NO2 3 7 1 2
arginine - R C6H14N4O2 6 14 4 2
asparagine - N C4H8N2O3 4 8 2 3
aspartic acid - D C4H7NO4 4 7 1 4
cysteine - C C3H7NO2S 3 7 1 2 S Sulfur
glutamine - Q C5H10N2O3 5 10 2 3
glutamic acid - E C5H9NO4 5 9 1 4
glycine - G C2H5NO2 2 5 1 2
histidine - H C6H9N3O2 6 9 3 2 I Imidazole, cobalt/nickel; Fluorine binds hydrogen
isoleucine - I C6H13NO2 6 13 1 2
leucine - L C6H13NO2 6 13 1 2
lysine - K C6H14N2O2 6 14 2 2
methionine - M C5H11NO2S 5 11 1 2 S Sulfur
phenylalanine - F C9H11NO2 9 11 1 2 B Benzene
proline - P C5H9NO2 5 9 1 2
serine - S C3H7NO3 3 7 1 3
threonine - T C4H9NO3 4 9 1 3
tryptophan - W C11H12N2O2 11 12 2 2 B Benzene
tyrosine - Y C9H11NO3 9 11 1 3 B Benzene
valine - V C5H11NO2 5 11 1 2
         
Fatty Acids cross the blood-brain barrier, carrying reduced metals and carbon into the brain:
The fatty acids listed are from a USDA nutrient database, (1909-2006), and are contained in the US food supply.
Starting In 1980, fatty acids in the food supply increased substantially and coincide
with central nervous system related disabilities, depression, disease and deaths.
Nanoparticle - Fatty Acids Formula C H N O
Omega-3 fatty acids C60H92O6 60 92 6
Omega-6 fatty acids C38H64O4  38 64 4
Arachidonic Acid C20H32O2 20 32 2
Butyric Acid C4H8O2 4 8 2
Capric acid C4H8O2 4 8 2 Heparin carrier; added in 1980.
Caprioic acid C6H12O2 6 12 2
Caprylic acid C8H16O2 8 16 2 Heparin carrier; added in 1980.
Clupanodonic acid C22H34O2 22 34 2
Docosahexaernoic Acid C22H32O2 22 42 2
Eurcic Acid C22H42O2 22 42 2
Gadoleic acid C20H38O2 20 38 2
Lauric Acid C12H24O2 12 24 2
Linoleic Acid C18H32O2 18 32 2
Linolenic Acid C18H30O2 18 30 2
MonoUnSaturated Fatty Acids C40H76O4 40 76 4
Myristic Acid C14H28O2 14 28 2
Oleic acid C18H34O2 18 34 2
Palmitic acid C16H32O2 16 32 2
Palmitoleic acid C16H30O2 16 30 2
Parinaric acid C18H28O2 18 28 2
Stearic acid C18H36O2 18 36 2
Timnodonic acid C20H30O2 20 30 2
Cholesterol C27H46O 27 46 1
Nanoparticle - Vitamins Formula C H N O
Vitamin A C20H30O 20 30 1
Vitamin C C6H8O6 6 8 6
Vitamin D C28H44O 28 44 1
Vitamin E C29H50O2 29 50 2
Vitamin K C31H46O2 31 46 2
CoQ10 C59H90O4 59 90 4
Thiamin  B1 C12H17N4OS+ 12 17 4 1 S
Riboflavin  B2 C17H20N4O6 17 20 4 6
Niacin  B3 C6H5NO2 6 5 1 2
Pyridoxine  B6 C8H11NO3 8 11 1 3
Biotoin  B7 C10H16N2O3S 10 16 2 3 S
Folate  B9 C19H19N7O6 19 19 7 6
Cobalamin  B12 C63H88CoN14O14P 63 88 14 14 Co P Cobalt, Phosphorus
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