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Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach

 
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Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?


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Interesting, maybe thats what they been spraying all these years in chemtrails. Get that stuff in all creatures.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?

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Dumb as a rock. Hardly a conspiracy FFS.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?

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Wonder where the nearest sewage treatment plant is...
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Omg wtf!!
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?

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Oh shit.
Imagine that in your body.
Is this inhalable from chem trailing?

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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
That could be something OTHER THAN graphene.
Twitter claim sort of FAIL.
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Just a thought.
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Stupidest fucking thing i've seen in at least a year. I'm a gold miner. That black stuff is "Heavies" Magnetite. Hematite. Iron. Nothing more than eroded metals and minerals. Pure bullshit.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
I was thinking heavy mineral sands.

But am not sure they're magnetic like that.

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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
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Very good thought, though I didn't download the whole pdf. Does this mean there's graphene Oxide in drinking water and on the beaches etc?

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Tess, i can't believe you posted this as something jab related. Australia is heavily mineralized and has tremendous gold deposits as well as other precious metals. That is not "Graphene Oxide". Simply magnetic black sands. I can show you that anywhere in the world that is mineralized.
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I was thinking heavy mineral sands.

But am not sure they're magnetic like that.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
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Just following up.

Magnetite is often part of heavy mineral sands.

Magnetic separation is often used to separate the heavy minerals from quarts.

[link to faculty.uml.edu (secure)]

The simplest form of magnetic separation is by hand
magnet, a procedure which works for only one common
mineral - magnetite. Other minerals having magnetic
susceptibility are separated by using an apparatus that
can generate strong electromagnetic fields.
 Quoting: Study


Not saying one way or another, but those ladies could possibly have just "discovered" magnetite-laden heavy mineral sands and then did a textbook method of hand separating them.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?

 Quoting: Tess.




"See those spikey bits? That Spike protein is in the jab"

Oh my gawd the stupid burns!!!!!

Watch a youtube video on ferro fluid and magnets people! You will see the "spikey bits" and it's NOT spike protein. Jeez.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
I was thinking heavy mineral sands.

But am not sure they're magnetic like that.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81002935


Just following up.

Magnetite is often part of heavy mineral sands.

Magnetic separation is often used to separate the heavy minerals from quarts.

[link to faculty.uml.edu (secure)]

The simplest form of magnetic separation is by hand
magnet, a procedure which works for only one common
mineral - magnetite. Other minerals having magnetic
susceptibility are separated by using an apparatus that
can generate strong electromagnetic fields.
 Quoting: Study


Not saying one way or another, but those ladies could possibly have just "discovered" magnetite-laden heavy mineral sands and then did a textbook method of hand separating them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81002935


Here where I'm at occasionally after a storm there will be streaks of black sand.

I first thought it was oil. I posted here on it years ago.

Someone said it was volcanic stuff.

Then I discovered it could be heavy mineral sands.

Here, at my beach, decades ago, they used to mine hte beach for heavy mineral sands.

They still mine ancient sand dunes a few dozen miles inland for heavy mineral sands, specifically titanium.

Anyway, hey, maybe they're now dumping stuff on us out of planes and it is washing up on beaches. I won't rule it out.

Most importantly, people should question it and research it and find out if it is possible. That should look up atmospheric aerosol injection.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
It's called iron. It's everywhere.

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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
I was thinking heavy mineral sands.

But am not sure they're magnetic like that.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81002935


Just following up.

Magnetite is often part of heavy mineral sands.

Magnetic separation is often used to separate the heavy minerals from quarts.

[link to faculty.uml.edu (secure)]

The simplest form of magnetic separation is by hand
magnet, a procedure which works for only one common
mineral - magnetite. Other minerals having magnetic
susceptibility are separated by using an apparatus that
can generate strong electromagnetic fields.
 Quoting: Study


Not saying one way or another, but those ladies could possibly have just "discovered" magnetite-laden heavy mineral sands and then did a textbook method of hand separating them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81002935


hesright
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That should about "debunk" it.

Magnetite in sand. Volcanism.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
I was thinking heavy mineral sands.

But am not sure they're magnetic like that.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81002935


Just following up.

Magnetite is often part of heavy mineral sands.

Magnetic separation is often used to separate the heavy minerals from quarts.

[link to faculty.uml.edu (secure)]

The simplest form of magnetic separation is by hand
magnet, a procedure which works for only one common
mineral - magnetite. Other minerals having magnetic
susceptibility are separated by using an apparatus that
can generate strong electromagnetic fields.
 Quoting: Study


Not saying one way or another, but those ladies could possibly have just "discovered" magnetite-laden heavy mineral sands and then did a textbook method of hand separating them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81002935


hesright
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79479031


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That should about "debunk" it.

Magnetite in sand. Volcanism.
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But Tess you scared me good. Holy smokes. I surf. Am in the ocean daily. For a second there, my mind was reeling.
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Her "girlfriend" is holding the magnet. eekalert
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Ummm... iron?
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This shit is embarrassing.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Stupidest fucking thing i've seen in at least a year. I'm a gold miner. That black stuff is "Heavies" Magnetite. Hematite. Iron. Nothing more than eroded metals and minerals. Pure bullshit.
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This.

Apparently glp is unaware that the earth's surface is comprised of minerals, and irom is amongst the most plentiful.
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Vaxx manufacturers dumping toxic waste into the ocean?
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
It's called iron. It's everywhere.

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Does iron attach itself to people's fingers? I didn't know that.

You learn something new here every day from arrogant know-alls, don't you?

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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
This is naturally occurring iron. You can find it many places, not graphene oxide! Try panning for gold and you'll get a bunch of it.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?

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Really!

It's iron or mantic rock particles, it has always been there since creation.
You can do the same in your back yard with a magnet and soil.

Really people........

The spike proten is
A: tiny, way smaller than this, that would be a few thousand injections worth there if it was "The spike proten"

B: "The spike proten" is not magnetic, its a bloody protein not metal.
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Re: Australians find graphene Oxide all over the beach
Watch this. Look how it grows and attaches to her hand (which isn't a magnet.) How did this get on the sand? Has it come off jabbed people? Been sprayed?

 Quoting: Tess.


That's magnetite. It's literally everywhere on earth. Often in places where there are high concentrations of gold (Australia) there are also large amounts of magnetite.





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