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World’s brightest x-rays reveal COVID-19’s damage to the body

nationalgeographic.com
 2022-01-26

Cover picture for the articlePhotographs By Luca Locatelli AND ESRF, Human Organ Atlas. When Paul Tafforeau saw his first experimental scans of a COVID-19 victim’s lung, he thought he had failed. A paleontologist by training, Tafforeau had been laboring with a team strewn across Europe for months to turn a particle accelerator in the French...

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John Grose
01-27

what I find funny is you can't read the full article. no research comparisons to actually study. no chores if the actual x-rays, and when your try to go to the site. you can't get anything unless you subscribed. so I did and still nothing. just this one guy Paul Tafforeua and his studies with a "team" across Europe. no actual labs, colleges, facilities other than a particle collider, ( which has no ability to project microwaves, and the ESRF which is laughable..... more scare tactics...

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OViS HERDER1
01-27

I don't believe what is being scanned is covid. Probably whatever is injected from the non-vaccine is what's being seen and this person's being funded to say it's covid.

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Linda McWilliams
01-27

They are discovering now in the UK, Isreal and EU that those that have caught COVID and recovered has a ticking time bomb in them with the virus quietly doing damage only to be discovered much later . It is nothing anyone should want to catch .

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