You're nested quotes make it difficult to respond to you as I'd like... It doesn't seem intentional on your part so I'm curious. That said: Which is why I don't rely on him and him alone to know that the 2020 election was stolen; or even that China has been clearly involved in some shenanigans in the US (and elsewhere). As I've said elsewhere and don't need to repeat for the sake of getting off-topic; there are multiple sources pointing to problems with the 2020 election, both with regards to physical fraud and potential digital fraud/hacking of voting systems. Among other things, graphene oxide was not the only material allegedly found, also other metals and at least one parasite. Further, it would appear that a (controversial of course, everything is) study in Spain found graphene oxide in vaccines as well. So it's not just one source making the claim. Interestingly, and potentially unrelated, Health Canada issued a recall of masks in April this year in response to having found they contain graphene (which has no discernable positive use in such masks). Finally... how biocumulative is graphene oxide? How much of it is necessary to cause health problems? Surely these sorts of follow-up questions are important. To help with the first one... it's not clear, but it appears that certain types of anti-bodies are able to breakdown GO: but the best I could find was articles in 2018 on this, and they were at the time still unsure what the byproducts would be, and how harmful they are. For my part, I know very little about Graphene Oxide, but the direct substance is not as biocumulative as, say, Mercury (which incidentally is also used in some vaccine shots... for some reason); but I don't know about it's byproducts. Ultimately, a "1%" solution of graphene (which seems very high I'm not sure why you picked it) is not likely necessary to cause problems... but it would require more information; and I know very little about the substance myself. From a brief search trying to find information on biocumulation and biodegradation... Graphene oxides are claimed to have "excellent antibacterial properties" according to a paper in 2019, and for the last three years has been looked at as a potential vehicle for nano-technology... which might explain it's use in mRNA vaccines. https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/graphene-oxide The validity of this claim is yet to be confirmed, and of course it would not mean it can't by toxic to cell structure in the process. There are plenty of things with strong anti-bacterial properties which should not be put into a human body even at low dosages. (and anti-bacterials are not always also anti-virals) What's interesting is that it's considered a "wild claim." But given that the methodology to check this has been published along with the findings... the only thing holding people back from independent investigation is access to sample materials and equipment... yet such things could be made available to the public to ausuage people's concerns. Given how strongly the vaccination is being pushed, this seems like it would be a worthwhile endeavour.