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Mercury In Australian Approved H1N1 Vaccine

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Tuesday, Sept 22nd, 2009

From a Prisonplanet reader:

Dear Alex and Crew…

I have been doing some research on the ingredients in the vaccines that are being produced for Australia.

The T.G.A. which is the Australian equivalent of the F.D.A. have approved a vaccination for production and you can read about this here:


The link below is for the company that has been allowed to produce the vaccine being licensed to do so by the T.G.A.


I downloaded the product information from this page here is below is a direct link:

Upon investigation I see that thiomersal is in the vaccine for the ‘multi dose’ vial.

For those that don’t know this is a definition of what thiomersal is:

Thiomersal (INN) (C9H9HgNaO2S), or sodium ethylmercurithiosalicylate, commonly known in the United States as thimerosal, is an organomercury compound (approximately 49% mercury by weight) used as an antiseptic and antifungal agent.
( source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thiomersal )


The pdf from CSL the producers of the vaccine has this list of ingredients:

    “Each 0.5 mL dose contains, nominally: sodium chloride 4.1 mg, sodium phosphate –
    dibasic anhydrous 0.3 mg, sodium phosphate – monobasic 0.08 mg, potassium
    chloride 0.02 mg, potassium phosphate – monobasic 0.02 mg, calcium chloride
    1.5 μg and thiomersal 50 μg (for multi-dose vial presentation only).”
    ( source http://www.csl.com.au/docs/833/508/Panvax%20H1N1%20PI.pdf )

This is 50 micrograms per 0.5ml dose.

What are the Australian Environmental Protection Agency mercury environmental guidelines?

Australian Water Quality Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Waters: (ANZECC, 1992):
Maximum of 0.0001 mg/L (i.e. 0.0000001 g/L) (NB this is PER LITRE!!)
( source: http://www.npi.gov.au/database/substance-info/profiles/53.html#comparison )
0.0001 milligrams = 0.1 micrograms / Litre

To get the 0.5ml dose value you would divide this by 2000
because there is 1000ml in a litre therefore

0.1 / 2000 = 0.00005 micrograms per 0.5ml

The difference between EPA standards for what is considered dangerous for mercury in a liquid and the amount that appears in a single vaccine dose is staggeringly then is :

50 – 0.00005 = 49.99995
49.99995/0.00005 = 999999
999999 x 100 = 99999899.99999999%

99999899.99999999% difference !!!???

This means that it is 99999899.99999999% stronger than what is considered dangerous in an environmental exposure.

Anyone with even a 1/10th of a clue can see that there is something wrong there.

If you can’t please line up and take the shot.

Learn more about mercury poisoning here: