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Aside from the mRNA technology, this was my biggest concerns about the shots. Quality control processes that are common across the manufacturing and production of safety critical parts or finished products regardless of type - pharmaceutical, nuclear, aerospace or any other product where failure results in a significant risk of loss of human life.

I have significant experience in both nuclear power and jet engine technologies; quality processes during the manufacturing and production activities are critical to ensuring safe and effective products in both industries. For instance, the high pressure turbine disc in a jet engine is a safety critical part that has extremely meticulous manufacturing and inspection requirements. Each disc is serialized and the manufacturing pedigree is documented throughout production. A high pressure turbine disc is located in the "core" of a jet engine, which is where combustion takes place and engine power is generated. High pressure turbine blades are attached to the high pressure turbine disc. There are multiple blade-disc assemblies in the core and they spins at roughly 12,000 to 16,000 RPMs. There is an incredible about of kinetic energy stored and moving through the blade-disc assembly during operation. That energy tends to want to pull the disc apart due to centrifugal forces - many experience this phenomenon on amusement park rides such as the tilt-a-whirl or spider, where riders are thrust to the outside of the carriage while the ride spins on multiple axis'. Jet engines are designed to be as light as possible, so material strength and conformance to specified manufacturing geometries and tolerances is critical in ensuring that the disc holds together during operation. If the disc fails, the resulting effect looks like an explosion similar to a fragmentary grenade. There are also fan discs and low-pressure turbine discs in a jet engine. They all have similar quality requirements. United Airlines Flight 232 Crash in Sioux City was probably the most notable example of a mid-flight disc failure. The failure happened in the fan disc on the engine located in the tail section. That flight was actually somewhat lucky as some of the passengers survived the crash. During that flight, a fan disc failed and the resulting fragments cut the airplane's hydraulic lines. The lucky part is that the failure happened in the tail engine and the fragments did not catastrophically damage the fuselage and fuel tanks, enabling the pilots to attempt an emergency landing, albeit with little to no control over the airplane control surfaces (rudder, flaps, ailerons etc...) due to the loss of hydraulic power. Even a small scratch on the surface of a disc can render the disc unsafe and unusable. I am talking about a surface scratch less than 1 inch long and 0.001" deep, for reference, the average human hair is about 0.005" in diameter. The NTSB report can be seen here https://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/AccidentReports/Reports/AAR-90-06.pdf

Skip to page 74 for the accident sequence and description of the failure. The pilot's and crew's actions were heroic and impressive. The movie "Crash Landing in Sioux City" tells the story well https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0697258/

Quality processes in manufacturing, handling, and assembly are paramount in ensuring that critical parts and products are safe. In the COVID Vax tragedy, doctors and medical staff are like the pilots and flight crew of an airplane, they are responsible for the safety if patients. Unfortunately, unlike the heroes of flight 232, the vast majority of doctors and nurses are villains and co-conspirators in a crime against humanity.

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That a tremendous comment JLo2112!

Pharma is the only safety-critical industry where manufacture is at the bottom of the pole, and followiing this latest debacle with vaccines, it is in the sewer...Thanks again :O)

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Thank you for the recognition. I am completely and overwhelmingly beside myself on the sheer lack of common sense and logic in all political leaders. They are responsible for this mess as it is through their powers, or lack of using them, that we are subject to this tyrannical mess. I subscribe to many substacks now and hope that everyone keeps in mind that the only way out of this is through our elected politicians. That said, we need to protect those in elected government that have been exposing the truth and the leader in that area in the US has been Senator Ron Johnson. Everyone seeking truth should consider supporting his campaign. I can't express that enough.

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That is music, sweet music to my ears. I've long been saying only politicians can stop this and thanks you so much for confirming that! Senator Ron Johnson is doing great work, and it seems Senator Rand Paul have Fauci in his sights. I follow both on Twitter. There are others, but not enough at the moment. Would you mind if I quoted your comments in an upcoming Substack?

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Another bad outcome due to quality issues. Luckily this happened just before take off. A few minutes later and it would have been much worse.

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/international-airlines-group-iag/british-airways/ntsb-released-pictures-of-british-airways-boeing-777-uncontained-engine-failure-las-vegas-8-september-2015/

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From what I have seen regarding vaccine quality control - there hasn't been any/much since it became liability free. Metallic contaminants has been an ongoing issue prior to CoV era, as air pollution contains heavy metal nanoparticles and is a problem in places making a lot of vak ~ in India or elsewhere. This is an ongoing issue that is just a lot more obvious with these CoV injections.

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Aug 26, 2022Liked by Hedley Rees

Over time reports have been given about the vials being kept at -70oC and kept at special units that could cope with these temperatures and then as time went by there didn't seem to be the need for temperatures so low?

Were the vaccines designed like this to get around GDP?

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As far as I know Cheryl they are still ultra frozen. It's the only way they could keep any kind of shelf life before it degrades. I doubht if they have done any stability studies to support the shelf life, either. As regards GDP, the frozen design was to keep shelf life, and being frozen they could not go through the GDP trained wholesaler networks. The AZ vaccines would have been ablre to, as they were at refridgerated temperature....but then there were to blood colts...

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Surely stability studies supporting the chemical and physical integrity of the vaccines would have been in the dossiers submitted to regulators? Serious ommission if not.

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Not necessarily. You will notice that there is no evidence the vaccines are "fully approved". The August 2021 FDA memo never said "fully approved" anywhere because the studies were not finished. Even in early 2020 when the vaccines rolled out, the human trials for the Pfizer vax were still not done.

Also, Pfizer has a long history of breaking the law, with some of the largest settlements in pharma history.

Pfizer, largest healthcare fraud settlement in history. Pfizer to Pay $2.3 Billion for Fraudulent Marketing. https://www.globalresearch.ca/justice-department-announces-largest-health-care-fraud-settlement/5738792

Drug recalls from Pfizer. https://www.drugwatch.com/manufacturers/pfizer/#drug-recalls Lawsuits against Pfizer: https://www.drugwatch.com/manufacturers/pfizer/#lawsuits-and-settlements

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Aug 28, 2022·edited Aug 28, 2022

Here is a 2021 BMJ article putting blood clots into perspective versus the contraceptive pill and air travel. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.n931 The viral vector approach is more likely to have a longer shelf life and less exacting storage and transport conditions, but all the GMP, clinical trials, safety and efficacy work and control of supply and distribution aspects all have to be done correctly. Serialisation is an obvious requirement. It is done anyway for small molecule medicines. Traceability is paramount for tracing quality issues and adverse event issues. It should be done.

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But if Poornima Wagh is correct with her (+18 colleagues) analysis of the different vaccines - she hadn't found any traces of mRNA or DNA:

bitchute.xyz/CD8Jy1m5KUed at 1.09

then this could all be a smoke screen?

Or, does the mRNA & DNA & spike protein degrade so it can't be found any more?

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When the vaccines were first being produced, there were a number of posts on Twitter where people familiar with medical production were dubious about how quickly the manufacturing process was spun up, especially concerning the many different novel ingredients. Then, as the vaccines for children were being produced, they miraculously didn't need the super-low temperatures anymore. I call BS.

I think the lack of mRNA is something different. People are getting harmed and dying too quickly, so they have to send out more with just saline. It's likely about 95% of the first batches were saline if you look at howbadismybatch.com

Overall fyi, the shots were not supposed to "work" for 3 to 5 years, they knew that it would break down the immune system but they had no idea it would also have such severe short- and mid-term effects, partly thanks to Bourla who frauded the trials so they went out with way too much poison in the pen.

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Here is an article on mRNA degradation which hopefully is useful. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2009.01.019

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That alone is disturbing!

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at those temps no life is viable which means that none the so called vaccines contain viable mRNA

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Exactly!! Which Dr. Lee Merrick discusses in a video on Bitchute and Rumble.

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Hedley. May I have permission to reference and include some of your work here in my report for Naomi Wolf and the Daily Clout Pfizer Investigations? This is an interesting topic for our attorneys group to be involved with. Would you be willing to be interviewed over video about this?

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Absolutely reference my work and I’d be happy to be interviewed - just me know what you need Chris :)

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Could you email me a paragraph or two about what would constitute 'good distribution practice' when it comes to pharma manufacture and distribution and send to my email address chrisflowers at mac dot com Good to hear a Welshman on the audio clip. (I moved to the USA from Swansea)

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Will do Chris. I was born in Swansea, brought up in Neath and now live in Bridgend :)

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Aug 26, 2022Liked by Hedley Rees

Indeed it is! Everyone should view this important video!

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Are you saying that the vials had to be serialized or single doses had to be serials. My observation on how the shots were given in the US is that the administrator of the shot took the doses directly from the vials. In other words, they started one vial and extracted by needle the 5 doses in the vial and administered it to 5 different patients. Are you saying the vial wasn't serialized? I don't see how each shot could be serialized given this method. Or, are you saying there was another step in the processing step in some locations where the vial was transferred to 5 different "containers". Or were 5 syringes filled at one time? At any rate, in your "Key Takaway", the bulk of the takeaway is about the distributors not having the facilities for ultra-frozen products. I can understand that being the case, though you didn't present evidence here that was the case. (I think you had another post on this problem.) In any event, I think you meant this as a general comment world-wide. If we were to go to court with this information, we would have to demonstrate a logistics path that was GDP at every step... Is this something we would have to FOIA?

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I am saying the vials could not be serialized because the fill/finish packaging into individual vials in cartons did not and could not take place. Each vial has 5 doses inside, then batched into 195 vials and frozen down to -70 or -20 degrees C. They refused to do it because they couldn't do it. In EU, the Falsified Medicines Directive was passed in 2011, requiring a 2D code to be placed on the carton of each individual vial. The code has to be allocated by the manufacturer and uploaded into a central data base, where it can be validated by the pharmacy. Similar for US, under the Drug Quality and Security Act of 2013: The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA). The legislation was ignored...

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Epic! Keep those connections coming. They paint quite a whole picture.

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Will do! 👍

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Please feel free to reference my comments at will. They are a little ad-lib and as an engineer, I recognize my writing limitations, so hopefully the references adequately cover any assertions. Quality is a very difficult and often misunderstood area of expertise, one where I am a practitioner and not an expert, although I do have a six-sigma black-belt certification and three disparate grad degrees - IT, MBA, and Strategic Studies. I just like learning new things and applying common sense where I can.

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The Purchase Agreement Between the EU Commission and Pfizer:

“… The Participating Member State further acknowledges that the long-term effects and efficacy of the Vaccine are not currently known and there may be adverse effects of the Vaccine that are not currently known. Further, to the extent applicable, the Participating Member State acknowledges that the Vaccine shall not be serialized.”

https://lionessofjudah.substack.com/p/the-long-term-effects-and-efficacy

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Thank you for sharing Hedley!

I find this to be very important.

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the fizzer contract actually stated that ''the purchaser acknowledges that there will be no serialization''. All parties from govtco purchase to administration are culpable due to the lack of any detail on the medical product other than how many injections in the vile - the vile that there was zero information on the contents of.

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Question: Is US Government support of allopathic medicine mandates a violation of the First Amendment establishment clause?

If it can be demonstrated that Vaccines, Pharma and Allopathic medicies are derived from Egyptian religious practices, could this postulate hold up in court as a violation of the First Amendment's establishment clause.? See the remarkable history of "Pharma" from Raymond Obomsawin, PhD - https://tinyurl.com/2errwatu

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