While watching the lamestream propatainment media’s ongoing “coverage” of the planscamdemic, one thing that is being consistently ignored is the mRNA injection as an “operating system,” even though that’s exactly what Moderna calls their version of it. One concern that has been raised by myself, or people like Catherine Fitts, and others, is that this “operating system” is less about people’s health, than it is about constant surveillance.
With that in mind, K.M. and W.M. both spotted and shared this story:
Note the following paragraphs:
A team of scientists has developed a new kind of biosensor that can be injected straight into the bloodstream, and will then travel to your brain, where they will — according to the scientists behind the project — monitor your neural activity and even potentially thoughts.
The cell-sized nanosensors, aptly named NeuroSWARM3, can cross the blood-brain barrier to the brain, where they convert neural activity into electrical signals, allowing them to be read and interpreted by machinery, according to work by a team of University of California, Santa Cruz scientists that will be presented next week at a virtual Optical Society conference.
The tech could, the researchers say, help grant extra mobility to people with disabilities in addition to helping scientists understand human thought better than before. However, they haven’t yet been tested on humans or even animals.
“NeuroSWARM3 can convert the signals that accompany thoughts to remotely measurable signals for high precision brain-machine interfacing,” lead study author A. Ali Yanik said in a press release. “It will enable people suffering from physical disabilities to effectively interact with the external world and control wearable exoskeleton technology to overcome limitations of the body. It could also pick up early signatures of neural diseases.”
During tests, the team found that their nanosensor swarm is sensitive enough to pick up on the activity of individual brain cells. Single-neuron readings aren’t new, but the ability to detect them with free-floating sensors, and especially the ability to wirelessly broadcast them through a patient’s thick skull, is an impressive technological development. If further tests continue to pan out, those capabilities could make real-time neuroscientific research simpler and neurological medicine more sophisticated. (Boldface emphasis added)
One would have to be willfully irrational not to see a connection between claims that mRNA injections are an “operating system” and the creation of “nano swarms” capable of (1) passing the blood-brain barrier and (2) reading individual neuronal activity and (3) transmitting the results. And one would have to be similarly willfully irrational not to see another possibility: if it’s possible for these nano-swarms to broadcast from inside the skull, it is also by parity of reasoning possible to broadcast to them. Given yesterday’s blog about the appearance of Havana Syndrome in Vienna, Austria, one wonders if perhaps we’re not looking at “the other part of the experiment.” After all, if it’s possible to use broadcast technology to broadcast directly to the brain, then what would make that a more efficient receiver? Answer: inject it with nano-technology, and for good measure, some metals. And one has to wonder, just what are the mind manipulation effects of this technology on people who have received that type of injection. (And rest assured, we’ll probably never see that database.)
All of which, to my mind, makes the claim that the technology has not yet been tested on animals or humans seem a bit laughable if not naive. Animal and human testing of mind-manipulation technologies has been going on since the Clowns In America’s Projects Artichoke and MK-Ultra. I have no difficulty whatsoever believing that this is simply “the notice of an invention” that has been long secretly researched, just as I have no difficulty thinking that we may be watching the “human trials.”
See you on the flip side…
Born and raised in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”. Following a paradigm of researching the relationship between alternative history and science, Farrell has followed with a stunning series of books, each conceived to stand alone, but each also conceived in a pre-arranged sequence.
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