Intra Body Nano Network – Part 4/5 (Possible Theories on Uses)
Part 4 of 5 of the Intra Body Nano Network by Mik Andersen. Part four is about hypothesizing if this technology is in us, what it could be used for.
3.) Possible Consequences, Applications and Uses
In this section, we will carry out an exercise of imagination to try to identify the possible uses and applications of the intracorporal network. So, I will list them in the following:
- Part One: Summary & MAC phenomenon (3min)
- Part 1 summarizes the presentation and gives instructions on how to test the Bluetooth/MAC address phenomenon for yourself.
- Part Two: Intra-Body Nano-Network: Graphene quantum dots / Nanonodes (3min)
- Part 2 of 5 of the Intra Body Nano Network by Mik Andersen. Part two introduces micro or nanoscale devices using graphene quantum dots, which, if present inside the human body can make up an Intracorporal Wireless Network of Nano Communications.
- Part Three: Micro/Nanointerface, Micro/Nano routers/sensors, TS-OOK signals, Gateway. (5min)
- Part 3 is really the meat & potatoes of the presentation. It goes through what is in the scientific literature regarding micro and nano sensors, carbon nanotubes, graphene and graphene oxide nanosheets, Micro and Nano routers. micro antennas or plasmonic nanoantennae microsensors, micro node signals (TS-OOK) and how our phone, tablet or can be used as the gateway.
- Part Four: Possible Uses: Mind-control & Population control: Neurosurveillance, Neuromodulation, Neurostimulation, Human connectivity (4min)
- Part 4 is about hypothesizing if this technology is in us, what it could be used for.
- Part Five: Possible Uses: Social Credit System, Eugenics, Targeted traceless weapon, & Refs (3min)
- Part 5 continues hypothesizing if this technology is in us, what it could be used for on a more devastating level regarding population control, selective genocide, and eugenics. This post also contains the references he listed in his presentation. (4min)
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|03||Brain-CODE Canada https://www.braincode.ca/|
|04||Hejazi M, Tong W, Ibbotson MR, Prawer S, Garrett DJ (2021). Advances in carbon-based microfiber electrodes for neural interfacing. Frontiers in Neuroscience. Apr 12;15:658703 doi: 10.3389/fnins.2021.658703 (eCollection 2021) ResearchGate https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnins.2021.658703/full|
|05||See also: TABLE 1. Commonly used materials and carbon-based microfibers for neural stimulation and recording. from the same paper: https://www.frontiersin.org/files/Articles/658703/fnins-15-658703-HTML/image_m/fnins-15-658703-t001.jpg|
|06||See also: FIGURE 2. Examples of carbon-based microfibers for neural interfacing. From the same paper: https://www.frontiersin.org/files/Articles/658703/fnins-15-658703-HTML/image_m/fnins-15-658703-g002.jpg|
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