UPDATE: A bio-electrical human implant system that is based on self-replicating carbon nano-tubal technology
My belief is that there is a type of implant that is based on self-replicating carbon nano-tubule technology. This may be some of what is being spayed from aircraft in the skies around the earth, so it would now be in all the food, water, air, etc, and would have blanketed the entire globe all the way up and down the food chain, and it may be in all of us!
These nano-tubules not only grow inside of you but have many interesting electrical, physical, and electromagnetic properties, depending upon the formulation use to create them.
Perhaps they have also a smaller payload inside them as well, but they are quite capable of acting as insulators, semiconductors, conductors, as well as super conductors all on their own.
Also, carbon nano-tubules have the ability to eject electrons when
stimulated with electricity. ( this is the principle use when they are used for lighting, as well as for display technology. When a current is applied to them (say from your neurons/synapse gaps), they are able to shoot out electrons at a rather high density.
These electron emissions could then be picked up and demodulated/decoded by sensitive electronic equipment, even at long distance.
Also, I posit the theory that these same nano-tubules could be “lit up” from many sources of external radiation just as is done with radar. If a human being had these carbon nano-tubules running throughout the body and throughout the brain, I believe a complete 3-dimensional picture of biological information could be received.
(Think satellite Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Positron Emissions Tomography imaging, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, even Near-Infra-Red, etc)
Coupled with either microwave DNA resonance, and/or the ability to individually index and address each nano-tubule as a unique identity, much of the tracking and control technology may work this way. Posted just now by timothytrespas Labels: timothytrespas big brother new world order remote neural monitoring extrajudicial human experimentation microwave DNA carbon nano-tubules