Endogenous Crowning and Protein Spiking of the Red Blood Cells After Vaccination
Programmable magnetic nanobots injected into the vascular and interstitial fluids of a human or animal body are found to be deposited into the connective and fatty tissues and then into the organs and glands potentially causing biological transformation of the cell membrane (crowning and protein spiking), genetic mutation, and the death of the cell.
Programmable Magnetic Nanobots
Nanobots can be injected using an ordinary hypodermic syringe. The nanobots are microscopic functioning robots with the ability to walk and withstand harsh environments. Each robot is 70-mm in length as seen above and can also be as small as 1-nm in length, which is the width of one atom, up to a billion can be produced from a single 4-inch silicon composite wafer as seen above.
The original nanofabrication techniques were developed by Marc Miskin and colleagues at Cornell University. The research was presented at the American Physical Society in March of 2017. According to a release from EurekAlert, the team spent years developing a nanofabrication process that can produce a million nanobots from a specialized 4-inch silicon wafer in the span of weeks.
These micro-robots shown above feature four legs and are composed of hexagonal graphene oxide which are highly magnetic, flexible and super strong.
The following is the link for a video showing their activation triggered by electromagnetic (EMF) pulsating microwave frequencies: [https://rumble.com/vkm84h-is-nanobot-technology-or-artificial-intelligence-viable-inside-the-human-bo.html] 
Nanoparticulates of Graphene Oxide - https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/dr-david-martin-just-ended-covid-fauci-doj-politicians-in-one-interview/