I feel like I just did 4 years of biochemistry every time I read one of your articles. Very valuable info here, and it makes sense to me (amateur medical researcher lol). Also an industrial engineer/software coder from the days of common sense. Zeta potential changes, perhaps instantly disrupting ATP transport is causing instant death (instant energy shutoff). Sludging may explain why "waking up dead" is happening to the injected - lying down for extended time, gravity, sludging.

It's a doctor like you MidWestern, who is keeping my faith in medicine from dropping to zero.

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

on wednesday, coffee and covid reported on the following:

Finally! I’ve been waiting FOREVER for someone to do a comparative blood study of jabbed versus unjabbed blood, and yesterday, the Epoch Times — which has been tearing the vaccines a new one lately — ran a story headlined, “Study Found ‘Foreign Metal-Like Objects’ in 94 Percent of Sample Group of Symptomatic People Who Took mRNA Vaccines: Italian Doctors.”

The sub-head explains, “Among a study sample of over 1,000 people who developed symptoms, researchers found ‘graphene-family super-structures’.”

The study published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research last month, and is titled “Dark-Field Microscopic Analysis on the Blood of 1,006 Symptomatic Persons After Anti-COVID mRNA Injections from Pfizer/BioNtech or Moderna.”

Out of 1,006 patients analyzed, researchers found only 58 had a normal blood profile. In other words, 95% of the thousand patients had abnormal blood following the injections. The researchers had access to pre-injection blood samples so were able to accurately compare the patients’ blood before/after.

The study explained the visible differences:

The right side image shows the same person’s blood one month after the first dose of Pfizer mRNA ‘vaccine’. Particles can be seen among the red blood cells which are strongly conglobated around the exogenous particles; the agglomeration is believed to reflect a reduction in zeta potential adversely affecting the normal colloidal distribution of erythrocytes as seen at the left. The red blood cells at the right are no longer spherical and are clumping as in coagulation and clotting.as seen at the left. The red blood cells at the right are no longer spherical and are clumping as in coagulation and clotting.


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Lipid chemist here. I’d never thought to hear a MD talk zeta potential, and relate it to blood viscosity. It’ll take me some more time to fully process this connection, esp with my other influences / interests with Chinese medicine, a qigong style that explicitly targets the kidney meridian, and nail-bed capillary flow microscopy.

However, what I am surprised to NOT see here is consideration of the lipid nanoparticles, where the central ingredient is a *cationic* lipid. If zeta potential does play any physiological role, cationic LNP would be bad shit. This may be esp true if they are not complexing mRNA, and simply floating as “positive charged shells”. Perhaps this is related to their long known toxicity (the lethality of these delivery systems on repeated dosage was the limit for their use as pharmaceuticals, and pivot by Moderna to vaccination which was supposingly single/two-dosed). Maybe there is something related to inflammation-inducing capacity as well.

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

This is an AMAZING article! Thank you so much for this pertinent information. The world needs more doctors like you.

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Dear Midwestern Doctor.... My nursing practice included working in CV ICU and Neuro/Trauma ICU over the course of 30 years. I was also a Clinical Research Associate, monitoring clinical trials for Sanofi and a research nurse clinician at a Midwestern medical school. Since the advent of this plandemic, I have almost given up on traditional medicine and am ashamed to have been part of the pharmaceutical industry. I cannot thank you enough for sharing your knowledge and expertise. I don't understand all of your writings but still learn quite a bit. You have inspired me and given me hope for the future of health care. Thank you for that.

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

The Vax that Biden just invested 2 Billion? To destroy the populace more.

Tested on 8 rats.

This has to stop now!

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Thanks for all this, fascinating to see the tie-ins with zeta potential, saline solution, and other hospital protocols.

If you don't already have it, Riddick's book is available for download from

https://www.dropbox.com/s/u6ho976sob2ac9y/controlofcolloid.pdf?dl=0 Made available by http://zeta-meter.com/

Dr TC McDaneil's experiences are also helpful. His book is Disease Reprieve: Living Into the Golden Years, https://www.amazon.com/Disease-Reprieve-T-C-McDaniel/dp/0738805734/

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Thank you - great insight and understanding (I'm still working on the understanding). I also follow Igor Chudov, Walter M. Chesnut, Spartacus, & Jessica Rose. Encourage all to conduct due diligence before submitting to an experimental gene therapy, with approx 1% absolution risk reduction, and no long term heath studies. Follow the FLCCC Alliance prevention protocol.

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Excellent investigation and explanation. Since I was reluctantly injected my acupuncturist says she feels blood stagnation. And my eyesight has changed - not terribly but enough to notice. So many chalk it up to getting older, as of late, but I know better. Thank you for all your intuitive work and taking the time to write all of these phenomenal articles.

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I don’t really know how to express my appreciation for your writings. I am your remedial reader, I read your stack multiple times constantly looking up definitions and wishing I had taken a different educational path. When I get your message – please know that you have made it simple enough for the general non-medical masses if they choose to do a little homework. As Einstein said, “If you can’t explain it simply you don’t understand it well”, your writings certainly meet that measure.

During these difficult times I am brought to tears by the kindness and bravery of individuals as yourself trying so hard to be purveyors of the truth. Even the comments are so helpful to my understanding, so a big heartfelt thank you to my substack family. This community is a light in the darkness, reflects the goodness of humanity that cannot be hidden. For me it’s a spiritual experience which feels my heart with happiness and hope to see this goodness.

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Sep 9, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Another wonderful read. I learn so much from your work. However, I also discover so much more that I want/need to learn. Alas, at 80, it ain't gonna happen. A quote comes to mind: "Education is the systematic exploration of the boundaries of your own ignorance."

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This was excellent to read and took me forever! I thank you for sharing all your knowledge and understanding on the many interesting subjects. You are a rare breed in your field of medicine. I have been very reluctant to go see any medical provider except my Chiropractor and Dentist for fear of what I might have to deal with. I am more afraid of medicine today than any virus or bacteria. These past few years have had the most strange events and repercussions on us humans and our liberties, as you well know. You are restoring my hope in the medical profession.

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Wow--once again AMD makes my jaw drop to the floor.

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Sep 8, 2022Liked by A Midwestern Doctor

Last year why ivermectin works for Sarscov2.

I read somewhere an article about its effectiveness against nematodes.

I understood that it opens the chloride ion channels of nematode nerve cell membranes, introduces a large amount of chloride ions into the cells, increases the potential difference with the outside, and numbs the nerve cells.

I wondered if I could defeat Sarscov2 with this, but I was wrong.

The first effect, I understand, is to connect to the RBD of the Spike protein by electrical force, preventing its cleavage and preventing it from connecting to ACE2.

Naturally, it also prevents the adhesion of the Spike protein, which is possible with mRNA vaccines.

From a microscopic point of view, it is certain that the concentration of ions in human blood, in cells, and between cells varies somewhat depending on the individual.

Therefore, it is only natural that there is a potential difference between these elements, and I think this is an area that has not yet been elucidated.

I look forward to your research.

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Great info, but I'd like to see a list at the end of it of all the therapies that are likely to help the most.

Alka selzer?


Alkaline drinks?



UV blood irradiation

Negative air ionization

Oxygen or ozone therapy



Saline solution, but not high concentration

Avoiding vaccines, aluminum, sugar ...

That's all that my memory can come up with right now. I'll have to reread everything, unless other readers/writers fill me in.

After rereading, I find this:

Sodium citrate?

potassium salts (e.g. potassium phosphate)?

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Sep 8, 2022·edited Sep 8, 2022

This is a very important post- case in point: the supposedly "safer" Novavax is not really safe at all:

In the Novavax clinical trial, the vaccine group had almost DOUBLE the incidence rate of neoplasms (tumors) as the placebo group (0.95 vaccine vs. 0.51 placebo).

Ditto for immune system disorders (1.05 vaccine vs. 0.51 placebo).

And reproductive system and breast disorders were also worrisomely elevated (2.00 vaccine vs. 1.25 placebo). That one is notably concerning because the table shows the increase is concentrated in the younger age group. Also, the FDA briefing document ( https://www.fda.gov/media/158912/download - Page 67) shows a high rate of miscarriages.

Source: Novavax clinical trial publication in NEJM (Supplementary Appendix, Table S14): https://www.nejm.org/doi/suppl/10.1056/NEJMoa2116185/suppl_file/nejmoa2116185_appendix.pdf - see page 48

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