posted ago by sleepydude ago by sleepydude +235 / -1


They CAN produce the glass vials they claim they do, but they CAN'T produce the goop to fill them. Most, at least 70%, are probably saline/placebo. That could explain the 2-shot regimen.

The clot shots have been produced faster than is possible.

Consider the math:

3,626,624,617 people are counted as "fully vaccinated" with 2 doses as of December 11th, 2021.

That's 7,253,249,234 doses given.

There are 6 doses per vial of Pfizer.

So a total of at least 1,208,874,872.33 vials would have had to have been produced thus far. This is considering only Pfizer's dose/vial rate, but seeing how it is the most popular, let's go with it and apply percentages later while only counting what had been administered; we'll ignore vials that haven't been administered, for now, just as a "best case" scenario.

Let's see what the stooges say about their production rates:


Some 413 million COVID-19 vaccine doses had been produced by the beginning of March, according to Airfinity data. The company projects that this will rise to 9.5 billion doses by the end of 2021. A larger figure was published last week in an analysis from the Global Health Innovation Center at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The centre’s researchers aggregated publicly announced forecasts from vaccine makers, which add up to around 12 billion doses by the end of the year.

12 Billion doses, aye? 2,000,000,000 vials then?

So, that seems possible with what has been administered at 1,208,874,872.33 vials administered. It wouldn't make sense with total production if we account for unused vials, though. We'll ignore that for now and assume the best...

A month is 2,628,000 seconds.

At one vial per second, it would take 459.998 months to create the number of vials that have already been administered. That's not counting what's not been used yet.

It's only been 12 months...

On its face, these numbers seem impossible. I doubt we could make the damned glass vials that fast, let alone synthesize whatever goop that goes in them.

But let's test these hypotheses...

Let's just look at the glass vial production then:

We’re now averaging around eight to nine million vials per month, so we’re really rocking – producing and shipping and producing and shipping...

The effort that people have put in has been nothing short of inspiring. It’s been 24/7, working 80-90 hour weeks, with some working through Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year. The people on the production line, in the quality teams, the program managers who look after the schedules – and all their related supervisors and managers – have been, I would say, maxed out.

So, one plant can make 8-9 million vials per month working 80-90 hour work weeks.

In order to keep up with the minimum production for the 1.208 billion vials administered, that's 11.19 factories that have to be running at this same rate since the start of January just for the glass vials. Consider the 2 billion vials and there would need to be 18.52 factories to keep up the production, solely for the Covid "vaccines" -- which means the vials produced only go towards the clot shots and nothing else.

Assuming glass vial production and the goop production can run in tandem, 19 or so factories doesn't seem too out of the realm of possibility. It's a lot, but let's keep moving.

Now, consider the goop.

Big Pharma won't say how quickly they can turn it out, but we can extrapolate from what they say in their site (Pfizer).

Based on current projections we expect to produce globally up to 50 million vaccine doses in 2020 and up to 1.3 billion doses in 2021.

1.3 billion doses is 216,666,666.67 vials. That's only 18% of the total 1,208,874,872.33 vials administered, mind you.

With 31,540,000 seconds in a year, it would mean they can only produce 6.87 vials of goop per second.

That means they claim they make an average of 593,568 vials of goop every day.

Considering that a glass vial factory can only produce 300,000 vials per day, it would mean at least two vial factories need to be exclusively servicing Pfizer's production rates for them to successfully bottle the goop. If we figure at least 19 factories are running, which isn't too impossible, this math easily checks out.

Back to the time frame though; let's see the rates.

Originally, I figured at one vial per second, it would take 459.998 months. But what at 6.87 vials per second?

At 6.87 vials per second and 1,208,874,872.33 vials, it would take 66.96 months just accounting for what we know to have been administered.

Well, that doesn't look too good either, but that's just if Pfizer was doing all the work at 6 doses per vial. Since Moderna can get 10-15 doses into a vial, we have to address this discrepancy.

Let's now split them by company and apply the percentages, just to be sure.


Number of COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in the United States as of December 15, 2021, by vaccine manufacturer:

284,069,934 - Pfizer.

186,454,785 - Moderna

17,272,247 - J&J

499,123 - Other

488,296,089 - Total

So that's 58.17% Pfizer, 38.18% Moderna, and 3.54% J&J.

58.17% of the total vials administered would be 703,202,513.23 vials from Pfizer alone.

At 6.87 vials per second, that comes to 102,358,444.43 seconds, which is 38.94 months of production.

Yup, still impossible.

Since it's only been around 12 months since these things have actually been in full-swing production, the numbers just don't add up.

I'm not even counting vials that have gone unused and vials that have expired.

I'm not even getting into the fact they have to be sub 70° freezing to stay viable. The logistics in refrigerant technologies would be astronomical to consider.

Best case scenario for Pfizer is that they've had these "vaccines" in production for the last 3.25 years and kept them on ice.

Since they expire in just a few months, even in sub 70° temperatures, I doubt very much that they've stockpiled these that long.

Instead, I'm gonna be more optimistic and say the only way they have been able to produce these many "vaccines" is because, at most, only 30.08% of them can factually contain the the mRNA goop. That's the only way they can reach these numbers.

The rest probably contain saline; it's the only way it makes sense.

Disclaimer, I'm bad at math, but I gave it a fair shot just because I was curious.