The short answer is we don’t have much of a clue and it is unlikely we will ever know much more than we do now.
At a doctor’s panel in Nashville, TN a gentlemen had the opportunity to ask several highly respected doctors a couple of questions about the vaccines, especially in regards to the mystery ingredients as well as the deaths that seem to follow those credible folks who begin to ask too many questions.
The panel members’ answers are enlightening as they stick to the basics. While some people ask about nanobots, these medical professionals warn against such theories and recommend staying with the basics, especially the scientific method, which for some strange reasons the pharmaceutical companies and their cronies want to avoid as the number of adverse reactions and vaccine-related deaths continue to increase.
The short 14-minute video below is very informative and well worth watching.
The Scientific Method
The scientific method is an empirical method of acquiring knowledge that has characterized the development of science since at least the 17th century. It involves careful observation, applying rigorous skepticism about what is observed, given that cognitive assumptions can distort how one interprets the observation
The aim of all scientific methods is the same, that is, to analyze the observation made at the beginning but there are various steps adopted as per the requirement of any given observation. However, there is a generally accepted sequence of steps of scientific methods.
It must be remembered that a hypothesis cannot be proved or disproved by doing one experiment. It needs to be done repeatedly until there are no discrepancies in the data and the result. When there are no discrepancies and the hypothesis is proved beyond any doubt, it is accepted as a ‘theory’.