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"Transhumanist Agenda" : The Smart Dust That Can Turn Everyone Into A Robot EU Panel: Human robotization, Nano implant technologies, Mind control slavery, Neurological weapons torture, Gang stalking Panel: Magnus Olsson, Dr. Henning Witte, and Melanie Vritschan from the European Coalition Against Covert Harassment with Alfred Lambremont Webre Using detailed research, the EUCACH.ORG panelists describe Transhumanist Agenda that is now using advanced scalar technologies, super quantum computers, a quantum cloud, a super grid of over 1000 grids that is connected to HAARP for global coordinated mind control of a growing population of human robots that are created via these technologies for a global control and enslavement agenda. EUCACH.ORG Panel In a 2-hour wide-ranging Panel with Alfred Lambremont Webre on the Transhumanist Agenda, Magnus Olsson, Dr.

Overview of Nanotechnology Nanotechnology draws its name from the prefix "nano". A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter—a distance equal to two to twenty atoms (depending on what type of atom) laid down next to each other. Nanotechnology refers to manipulating the structure of matter on a length scale of some small number of nanometers, interpreted by different people at different times as meaning anything from 0.1 nm (controlling the arrangement of individual atoms) to 100 nm or more (anything smaller than microtechnology). CRISPR Products and Services sgRNA and Cas9 clones sgRNA expression clones and lentiviral particles are available for targeting virtually any gene in any experimental system. sgRNA clones express either sgRNA only, or sgRNA + Cas9 nuclease in an all-in-one format. Lentiviral clones and particles express sgRNA alone. Cas9-expressing lentiviral clones and particles are available separately. The CRISPR clone options listed below are intended for using 20 nt sgRNAs with the wild-type Cas9 nuclease from Streptococcus pyogenes (SpCas9). GeneCopoeia also provides alternate CRISPR options, such as Cas9 D10A nickase and other high-fidelity versions of Cas9, SaCas9, and shorter sgRNAs.

A Sprinkling of Smart Dust Written by Catherine Bolgar The “Internet of Things” allows industrial companies to tune or monitor equipment and processes with sensors. But how can these be best positioned and remain connected? One solution is to use smart dust, deployed in oil refineries, industrial process automation, breweries, waste-water treatment and elsewhere. Smart dust was conceived in the mid 1990s by Kristofer S.J. How Nanotechnology Works" There's an unprecedented multidisciplinary convergence of scientists dedicated to the study of a world so small, we can't see it -- even with a light microscope. That world is the field of nanotechnology, the realm of atoms and nanostructures. Nanotechnology i­s so new, no one is really sure what will come of it. Even so, predictions range from the ability to reproduce things like diamonds and food to the world being devoured by self-replicating nanorobots. In order to understand the unusual world of nanotechnology, we need to get an idea of the units of measure involved.

Ray Kurzweil about GF2045 and 'Avatar' Founded by Russian entrepreneur Dmitry Itskov in February 2011 with the participation of leading Russian specialists in the field of neural interfaces, robotics, artificial organs and systems. The main goals of the 2045 Initiative: the creation and realization of a new strategy for the development of humanity which meets global civilization challenges; the creation of optimale conditions promoting the spiritual enlightenment of humanity; and the realization of a new futuristic reality based on 5 principles: high spirituality, high culture, high ethics, high science and high technologies. The main science mega-project of the 2045 Initiative aims to create technologies enabling the transfer of a individual’s personality to a more advanced non-biological carrier, and extending life, including to the point of immortality.

Smart Dust; Old Technology The US started hearing about a substance that could be used to track the movements of any person who touches, or walks across, a contaminated surface. in 1963. It wasn’t until 1984 that they got a sample of the stuff. A defecting agent revealed that powder containing both luminol and a substance called nitrophenyl pentadien (NPPD) had been applied to doorknobs, the floor mats of cars, and other surfaces that Americans living in Moscow had touched. They would then track or smear the substance over every surface they subsequently touched. The revelation caused a scandal, not so much because of the tracking, but because of the potential health hazards of what came to be known as “spy dust.”

Electric motor made from a single molecule 5 September 2011Last updated at 08:56 By Jason Palmer Science and technology reporter, BBC News The butyl methyl sulphide molecule whips round an axis defined by its single sulphur atom (blue) Researchers have created the smallest electric motor ever devised. The motor, made from a single molecule just a billionth of a metre across, is reported in Nature Nanotechnology. The minuscule motor could have applications in both nanotechnology and in medicine, where tiny amounts of energy can be put to efficient use.

The Body Snatchers In 1956, 1978 and 1997 Hollywood made and remade a movie called "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," based on a 1955 story by Jack Finney. For some reason, the entertainment industry likes to feed us films that become cult hits, with fantastic storylines and plots, of which people say (after the scary stuff is over), "That was just a movie!" The question: Is it just a movie? As we burrow into various rabbit holes (termed "conspiracies" by those who don't believe us), we find parallels between Hollywood movies of yesterday and what is being unearthed today.

Smart dust gets smaller and more intelligent If you are looking for the next disruptive technology headed for the enterprise: think dust. No, not small grains of sand, soot or dirt but similarly sized particles that have a brain. Smart dust, a sensor technology, could usher in a tidal wave of changes in the way people do business, or track items or people. Carbon nanotubes in photovoltaics Organic photovoltaic devices (OPVs) are fabricated from thin films of organic semiconductors, such as polymers and small-molecule compounds, and are typically on the order of 100 nm thick. Because polymer based OPVs can be made using a coating process such as spin coating or inkjet printing, they are an attractive option for inexpensively covering large areas as well as flexible plastic surfaces. A promising low cost alternative to silicon solar cells, there is a large amount of research being dedicated throughout industry and academia towards developing OPVs and increasing their power conversion efficiency.[1][2] Single wall carbon nanotubes as light harvesting media[edit]

Vortex: Conscious and Courageous Preaching to the Choir? by Cara St.Louis Article 1 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU (2000) states that “Human dignity is inviolable. It must be respected and protected”. In a highly information and communications technology-based world, this fundamental human right and basic ethical principle is facing an increasing threat. The time during which I wrote The Sun Thief was obviously a breathless climb up a steep learning curve.

Smart Dust & The New Matrix But my intuition is telling me this is about to change. By making solidly researched connections to other advanced military projects, a picture of the true nature of the Chemtrail Operation is beginning to emerge. This isn't about merely controlling the weather or altering human biology. It's about controlling.. everything. What we see. Optical properties of carbon nanotubes Within materials science, the optical properties of carbon nanotubes refer specifically to the absorption, photoluminescence (fluorescence), and Raman spectroscopy of carbon nanotubes. Spectroscopic methods offer the possibility of quick and non-destructive characterization of relatively large amounts of carbon nanotubes. There is a strong demand for such characterization from the industrial point of view: numerous parameters of the nanotube synthesis can be changed, intentionally or unintentionally, to alter the nanotube quality. As shown below, optical absorption, photoluminescence and Raman spectroscopies allow quick and reliable characterization of this "nanotube quality" in terms of non-tubular carbon content, structure (chirality) of the produced nanotubes, and structural defects. Those features determine nearly any other properties such as optical, mechanical, and electrical properties.