by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
This appears to be a chemical property of human skin under rare genetic occurrences.
Therefore the cause may not be magnetism, but a mRNA side effect or tissue alteration due to some toxin or compound in the vaxx.
According to Scientifically Based Life, this phenomenon can be explained by the fact that some humans excrete more sebum than others, making their skin exceptionally sticky.
Other factors which may favor coins and magnets sticking to the upper arm:
- Presence of sweat or moisture
- Natural lack of body hair at sites of vaccine injection or blood transfusions.
So the Vaxx may have nothing to do with it at all. But the production of sebum, a natural product of the sebaceous gland needs to be studied in relation to Vaxx side effects in the vicinity of shots.
However, the conversation goes on…