Let’s talk about graphene oxide

Twelve months ago hardly anyone was talking about graphene oxide. That may be because twelve months ago people were not being vaccinated against the “deadly pathogen” SARS-CoV-2. After vaccinations began some people discovered that they had become magnetic. This phenomenon has been ascribed to graphene oxide being present in the vaccines.

First of all, what is graphene oxide?

It is a singular atom of carbon graphite; two-dimensional, transparent, crystalline and very strong – the strongest material known. It is also heat-resistant and one of the best conductors of electrical charges. Its purpose in vaccines, which are supposedly a remedy for the virus which shut down the world, remains the knowledge of those who put it there.

Why would anyone want graphene oxide in the water supply?

In late July this year it was announced that G2O Water Technologies Ltd, of Manchester, had been awarded the contract for putting graphene oxide in our water supply. Just prior to that Severn Trent was sending letters to Birmingham residents with the “great news” that they were “making improvements to the water supply in your area”.

“We want you to always enjoy clear, clean water in your property, so we’ll be in your area to check our pipes and to carry out some essential maintenance work as over time naturally occurring mineral deposits can build up in the pipes, and we need to flush these out.”

Severn Trent circular letter, 28 July 2021, signed Matthew Penfield, network maintenance team manager

Any “great news” from a water supplier should raise warning flags in customers’ brains. Unlike food and drinks’ manufacturers water authorities do not tell you what ingredients they put in the water supply. Most people know that the bleach, fluoride, is present but other ingredients are not widely known, and “clear” and “clean” does not necessarily equate with “pure” and “healthy”. Sulphuric acid is clear and clean. As is bleach!

Trying to get through to Severn Trent takes an hour on the phone. Eventually I spoke to Robson and while waiting wrote a letter to Matthew Penfield, the person who signed the circular.

Robson had no idea what graphene oxide was so put me on hold again while he consulted someone. Severn Trent is not, and has no intention of, putting graphene oxide in the water supply he informed me on his return. A verbal answer from an operative would never stand up in court. In my letter to Mr Penfield (10 August) I asked for a list of all the ingredients in the water supply. I finished the letter:

Most important of all please assure me that Severn Trent has no immediate or future intention of introducing graphene oxide into the mains water supply.

After a subsequent dispatch of this letter (with copy to Steve McCabe, M.P.) I received a letter (2 September) to say somebody would be responding within 10 working days. The letter when it arrived was dated 14 September 2021 and came for one Molly, who neither gave any other name, nor her/his role in the industry. That person could be Molly Mop the cleaner lady – whose role is downright essential – but she might not be the best person to deal with the water quality running through our mains system. I suspect the legal department has had a hand in the phraseology because it carefully avoids giving the “most important” information requested, and is short on commas.

We do not publish the detailed information you have requested around the treatment process for security reasons however we can confirm that it is in line with our regulatory obligations.

Letter from Molly of Severn Trent

What are the security reasons? Their security? My security? Anyway the whole sentence appears to be legalese jargon for saying:

We are putting graphene oxide in the water system but we are not obliged by law to tell you.

It could be that graphene oxide technology is only being used in waste water. Here too is a potential problem for waterways and the oceans. It is difficult, however, to argue a case when 1) you don’t know who you are dealing with 2) no information is being disclosed 3) you are working alone on a new technology issue 4) Molly says one thing and Robson says another.

Why should we be concerned they might put graphene oxide in the water supply?

When a company is awarded a contract for putting graphene oxide in the water supply you know they are not going to suddenly shelve the idea – but convert it into some means of financial gain. G2O Water Technologies Limited, based at Manchester University, is that company. It may simply be coincidental that the two Russian laureates crowned with a Nobel Prize for first producing graphene oxide, Andrei Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, isolated their discovery at Manchester University.

Having managed to get a contact address for Konstantin Novoselov (he is an artist too) I made the following observations on 4 August 2021 and a request for his input, not in the least expecting a reply.

“. . . As to your own amazing discovery as a scientist rather than an artist I have one or two concerns. While I can see the amazing potential for graphene as a strong and light material it occurs to me that it might be difficult to dispose of as a waste product when people become tired of what it was initially used for. I can see its benefits in water filtration but worry that there are untested uses of by-products – I am particularly thinking about graphene oxide, which I understand is being used in various recipes to combat Covid-19.

A further worry is that graphene oxide is being introduced into our water supplies and wonder if anyone knows what the long-term effects on humans might be. Your own university, Manchester, and a company called G20 Water Technologies, have been awarded the contract. As Newton said “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” though admittedly he was not talking about quantum and particle physics. My concerns remain.

Do you have any thoughts on this speculation?”

Despite the assurances of Robson, and the non-committal of Molly, I remain apprehensive. A response from Kostya Novoselov might allay my concerns, though I am still waiting, and have even less faith that I might get a reply.

Is graphene oxide magnetic or potentially magnetic?

Nobel prizewinners do not normally put up their feet and rest on their laurels. Indeed Andrei Geim has uniquely won both the Ig-Nobel prize, 2000, for his – some might say cruel – experiment levitating a frog in very strong magnetic fields, and the 2010 prize he shared with Novoselov for the discovery of graphene oxide. Geim’s interest in very strong magnetic fields goes back more than twenty years. It is of concern in the light of fifth generation technology and its potential for people and population control using ultra-strong high-frequency magnetic fields.

The answer to whether graphene oxide is magnetic can be yes. Or it can be no. It depends on the structure. 3-dimensional graphene is non-magnetic. When a lattice of single atoms, 2-dimensional in structure, is formed it can become magnetic through irradiation. Another way it can become magnetic is through ferromagnetism.

However, the idea of combining the excellent properties of graphene with ferromagnetism has been dazzling researchers from the very first days of the discovery of graphene.

Is Magnetic Graphene Possible? Nanografi Nanotechnology AS

Two extracts from the Nanografi article are of immediate concern.

“When an electric current is applied on the twisted bilayered graphene the structure shows a large voltage perpendicular to the current flow which indicates the presence of a magnetic field. Furthermore, the magnetic field is still persistent even when the applied electrical current is removed.”

And if this is going into the human, or any other sentient body, the following is an integral statement.

“Another study conducted on the magnetism of twisted bilayered graphene structures suggests that the magnetic properties are electrically controllable. According to these experiments, the twisted bilayered graphene structures can be either antiferromagnetic (AFM) or ferromagnetic (FM). In the lattice-FM phase, the spiral order arises as a result of the triangular symmetry of bilayered regions that frustrates a globally antiferromagnetic bilayer alignment.”

In other words, as I understand it, bilayered graphene lattice structures, have the potential to be switched on or off.

Have vaccinated people been poisoned by graphene oxide?

This is an important question. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Global Research, one of the few powerful alternatives to mainstream media. Professor Michel Chossudovsky, its founder, invited fellow-economist Peter Koenig to speak about the vaccine passports. Koenig saw these passports as a further means to introduce global control. He spoke of the divide and conquer philosophy being implemented to drive a wedge between the “vaccinated” and “unvaccinated” and the media drive to promote the former as good and the latter as bad.

He also spoke of graphene oxide in the gene therapies and the plans of Agenda 2020 to cause a massive genocide “helped by the jabs”. People will either die or become transhumans controlled by 5G transmitters. It was alarming to hear him speak and would, when Global Research first began, have been dismissed as science fiction. Not so today.

Dr Robert O Young and his team claim to have found evidence of graphene oxide in all the vaccines they tested. This research needs, as Dr Young says, to be reciprocated by other microbiologists to confirm his findings.

[Figure 1 is a Micrograph of a Carbon Cluster of Reduced Graphene Oxide (rGO) Viewed in the Live Unstained Human Blood with pHase Contrast Microscopy at 1500x. Note that the Red Blood Cells are Clotting in and Around the rGO Crystal in a Condition Known as Rouleau! A French Word Which Means to Chain – Dr. Robert O. Young]
It would be good for people to work together in challenging this new untested technology. Potentially it is dangerous to the human race.

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