- Aug 4, 2019
Normalcy bias, i guess and there's no timeline given. At best, i think TPTB will try an EMP rather than a full on mushroom cloud. It's not like they didn't telegraph the plan via "entertainment". This, coming on the heels of a Canadian grid down situation makes me think time is indeed short.Why in the world would anyone stay in NY with this madness looming over them. Best for everyone to pack up and head for Florida like so many others already have.
Yep, I agree. A nuke detonated in the atmosphere could cause an EMP also.
Normalcy bias, i guess and there's no timeline given. At best, i think TPTB will try an EMP rather than a full on mushroom cloud. It's not like they didn't telegraph the plan via "entertainment". This, coming on the heels of a Canadian grid down situation makes me think time is indeed short.
I think i'll say it again....Congratulations to everyone who survived this madness
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When tiny medical robots are deployed into living tissue to offer a helpful drug or repair damage, they’re met with open hostility from the organism’s own immune system. White blood cells have been rigorously trained to recognize and dispose of invaders. They can’t be convinced of the robots’ good intentions, and proceed to dismantle them before they can do any good.
Researchers who study these bots have instead looked to transform native immune cells into turncoats, and create the molecular equivalent of a sheep in wolf’s clothes.
A group of Chinese researchers from Jinan University’s Institute of Nanophotonics made one type of immune cell, called a neutrophil, do their bidding and avoid destruction in this way. They’ve written a new study published Wednesday in ACS Central Science detailing how laser beams deployed like a pair of “optical tweezers” can be used to control and manipulate neutrophils in the tails of zebrafish—opening the door to leveraging the immune system to help deliver drugs and treat conditions in the body in more specific and unique ways.
In contrast to traditional medical microbots, their “neutrobots” consist entirely of natural tissue and do not require invasive implantation, “thus avoiding complicated preparation technology and unavoidable tissue damage,” the scientists wrote in the paper.
The laser method, which had not yet been shown to work in a living organism, acts like “a steering wheel for navigation,” the researchers wrote. It can physically push these cells around and direct them to different spaces—or entrap them in a single location, if so desired.
They intentionally chose a wavelength of light that would not be absorbed well into the zebrafish’s surrounding tissue, and they worked with a part of the tiny organism that is naturally translucent.
Once they entrapped the neutrophils under a laser beam, the researchers treated them like miniature robots. But even under the researchers’ mind control, the neutrobots could still act like regular neutrophils, moving around the tail of the zebrafish, entering an injured blood vessel, and switching into an activated state. Using additional laser beams, the researchers found that they were able to control up to 10 neutrobots at a time.
The scientists then took their molecular shepherding a step further by making a neutrobot consume a stand-in for a nanoparticle medicine. The paper describes inducing their captured neutrophil to engulf a nanoparticle “like picking up a passenger,” then release it in a desired zone “like dropping off a passenger.”
Harnessed neutrobots, the researchers wrote, “might provide new insight for the construction of native medical microdevices for drug delivery and precise treatment of inflammatory diseases.”
So does that ^^ extend into Optogenetics?? Because there is already talk about stuff in peoples' brains. And the part about "tiny part of organism that is translucent"...is that why people had "glowing veins" after the vaxx...for those laser beams?
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Optogenetics is the ability to manipulate individual neuronal circuits, refining our vision of the function of individual circuits and how they relate to different aspects of our behaviour and personality," she explains.
The name optogenetics comes from the fact that scientists are using optics – that is, light – and genetics – the genetically modified cells in the brains of an animal – together. By shining a light on the genetically modified cells in the brain, scientists have been able to switch them on or off.
By shining a light
Did they had the vaccine?I know of 1 person who died of covid. A friend who lived in South Africa.
Yet im seeing more and more friends and family suddenly passing away for no reason. Another one today barely 50, no health issues, healthy weight, nothing wrong with him. This guy is one in a long line. what is going on
Watching this is super-scary, especially knowing that this scenario could play out within weeks. Jeremy Jurgens (re-watch the cyber polygon clip) did say that the situation wouldn't be prolonged..that it would happen quickly, unlike Covid. Likely everything will be down for a couple of months, maybe 2/3 months. Ofcourse, we emerge on the other side with the surveillance economy (digital money and digital IDs). I hate that ALOT of material/information is most definitely going to be disappeared, especially to do with the vaxx.Yep, I agree. A nuke detonated in the atmosphere could cause an EMP also.
MKULTRA Blade Runner predictive programming...Blackout 2022.