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Pandemic Numbers As Economy Collapse   Health and Science

Started 3-Sep by AuntBetsie; 1492 views.
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“TrustWHO” documentary exposes widespread corruption at World Health Organization, driven by Bill Gates.

10/07/2021 / By Ethan Huff

Documentary filmmaker Lilian Franck has released a new exposé that blows the lid on the World Health Organization (WHO), Bill Gates and the global corruption racket known as “public health.”



From: Harold27Z


I saw a clip where Ethelyn Oxide reacted like magnetized iron filings by changing shape due to the influence of 5G radiation.

I saw another clip wherein Saskatchewan is expected to fall under martial law commencing between 2021-10-13 to 2021-10-19.

 The legal framework of "Emergency" was signed into law by bastards who never read what they vote on.

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From: Sand_Grain


The reactivity of ethylene oxide in contact with iron oxide fines as measured by adiabatic calorimetry.

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Samples of various iron oxides suspended above ethylene oxide in an adiabatic calorimeter exhibit exothermic activity at temperatures as low as room temperature. A gamma-Fe(2)O(3) sample was found to show the highest reactivity with ethylene oxide. Ethylene oxide in combination with most of the iron oxide fines tested displayed exothermic activity below 100 degrees C. Self-heat rates near 2000 degrees C/min were observed for the gamma-Fe(2)O(3) fines while rates in excess of 100 degrees C/min were found for other fines (alpha-Fe(2)O(3) and hydrated alpha-Fe(2)O(3)). In two cases (alpha-Fe(3)O(4) and alpha-Fe(2)O(3)), pressurization rates above 1000 psi/min took place. No reactivity was observed for ethylene oxide with the FeO. Thermal inertia effects in commercial operation, such as heat uptake by the equipment to which fines are attached, are presumed to be a factor in limiting the occurrence of related exotherms in ethylene oxide manufacturing facilities.


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BRILLIANTa FACTS!  thumbsup grinning

I also posted a research essay for the innocent and naive that might not know what you're talking about!