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Long acting insulin
Last week I had the pleasure of editing a video taken by Dr Ana Mihalcea.
It is a single drop of long acting insulin, under a coverslip at 400x magnification in darkfield.
This video demonstrates, in my opinion, a form of “controlled assembly” which is different from the construction processes which I have documented previously.
I have also put this on my website and it can be found here along with a presentation from Ana and a video from me. My video, which is not nearly so dramatic but interesting nonetheless also shows a similar small drop of long acting insulin under a coverslip at the same magnification. As the bubble dried it gradually moved across the slide collecting an increasing number of moving particles. My video was taken within 30 mins or so of the slide having been prepared.
In my case the insulin involved has a different trade name but it is made by the same pharmaceutical company as the insulin in Ana’s video and according to the company’s marketing is
Although I did not personally show the self-assembly process - still working on this and I expect to update you soon.
I did re-visit the slide over a week later and found a number of structures that were not there initially. Examples of these below:
These latter crystalline structures may of course be salt and cholesterol but in the context of what I have seen previously I don’t think so.
Matt J.O.A.B. wrote a few useful words of medicines and supplements and the challenges that we are currently faced with.
Clearly there is very little logic in trusting a pharmaceutical company with one product when the same company has a known recent history of Covid-19 vaccine production. I have checked 4 dental anaesthetics, long acting insulin, lots of salt and a monoclonal antibody and, with the exception of one salt, they all look at best ‘unusual’ and at worst sinister.
I have a lot of this to document here over the next couple of weeks…
Last night I was distracted by mixing some of these medications and the results were spectacular and a mix of the typical characteristics seen with the individual medications and perhaps we will have a “cooking class” at our meeting tomorrow