Right Now We Don’t Have Evidence to Conclude That There Are Nano Chips in the So Called COVID-19 Vaccines

Author: Shaneya | Date: January 10, 2022

Recently videos have been circulating online made by Ricardo Delgado who claims that he has found nano chips in the so called COVID-19 vaccine. He claims he has found nano routers, nano antennas and nano rectennas in the mRNA injections. He says that he has made photos of these nano chips. Ricardo Delgado also claims that the nano routers he found inside the so called COVID-19 vaccines emit a MAC addresses. MAC address stands for “media access control” address and has nothing to do with Apple’s Mac computers. Ricardo Delgado also says that you can detect these MAC addresses emitted by the alleged nano routers in the fake vaccines by using a mobile phone and an app.

I personally would like to issue caution. As of today, January 9, 2021, Ricardo Delgado is the only person in the world who claims that he has made photos of nano chips from the so called vaccine. He is also the only person in the world who claims that he can detect a MAC address from a nano router in the so called vaccine. If there were nano chips in the fake vaccines, it’s likely that more people would take photos and videos of them, not just one person in the entire world. If the fake vaccines were emitting a MAC address detectible with an app, it’s likely that more people would detect this signal, not only Ricardo Delgado. 

So I advise caution and a logical, skeptical approach towards the statement that there are nano routers, nano antennas and nano rectennas in the fake vaccine, the claim which Ricardo Delgado made. Same for his statement that nano routers in the fake vaccines emit a MAC address. 

One witness is definitely not enough because the so called COVID-19 vaccines are present all over the world. If there are nano chips in the so called COVID-19 vaccines, which are present all over the world, there should be numerous cases of people who have access to the microscopes which detect nano particles and who would claim that they have found such objects under the microscope and who would present photos and videos of these objects. There should also be numerous cases of people who would claim and demonstrate that they can detect MAC addresses emitted by the nano routers in the so called vaccines. However, there hasn’t been anybody else until now, except Ricardo Delgado. 

Since Ricardo Delgado is the only person in the entire world who claims that he has taken photos of nano chips in the so called vaccines and since he is the only person in the world who claims that he has detected MAC addresses from the alleged nano routers in the fake vaccines and since the fake vaccines are present all over the world, for now we don’t have enough evidence to conclude that any of this is true.

Ricardo Delgado claims that this is the photo of a nano chip that he found in the so called COVID-19 vaccine.

The term nano technology should not be confused with the term nano chip. Nano technology is any kind of technology which is nano. Nano chip doesn’t refer to any kind of nano technology, but specifically to chips which are nano. Currently all mRNA fake vaccines do contain nano technology beyond the shadow of a doubt since mRNA technology itself is a nanotechnology. However mRNA technology is not a nano chip. Although we don’t have evidence right now to conclude that there are nano chips in the fake COVID-19 vaccines, there definitely is a possibility for nano chips to be put into the fake COVID-19 vaccines. 

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One Reply to “Right Now We Don’t Have Evidence to Conclude That There Are Nano Chips in the So Called COVID-19 Vaccines”

  1. Good article. It is very important to stay critical with regards to any information and I agree wholehartedly that ONE piece of anything means as much as NONE. It could be a fluke, an artifact, deceit, anything.

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