Correlations Between COVID19 Bioweapon Contents, Polymer Chemistry And Nanosensors For WBAN
I had some time to read books over Christmas. The first book is called “Polymer Chemistry” by Dr. Asash Gari, which is the Bachelor of Science course in India for the topic. Here are some interesting facts:
There is a Glass Transition Temperature for Polymers. This is the temperature below which the polymer behaves as glass ( rigid) and above which the polymer behaves as rubber ( soft). For Polyethylene the Glass transition temperature is -80C and for Polyethyelene Glycol it is -67C.
Please note Pfizers storage temperature is between -80C and -60C
Polyethylene Polymers self assemble or polymerize via the process of “Coordination Polymerization”. This requires a catalyst, which is a transition metal compound. These metals are Titanium, Vanadium, Zirconium, Yttrium, Manganese, Iron, Nickel, Copper, Chromium etc.
Please note Dr Hagima found Manganese, Nickel, Yittrium and others found other elements that could be used for polymer catalyst functions, as well as Nanosensor building.
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Solvents for Polymers can be different chemicals, for our purposes of disolution or antidotes Polyethylene Glycol solvent is a health hazard, as is the solvent for Polyethylene. Many people ask about DMSO as a solvent. It only disolves Polysaccharides and PVDF (Polyvinyledene flouride) which is not used in the C19 bioweapons or as far as I have seen, in geoengineering polymers.
Polymer viscocity is correlated to time and temperature, which is what we have observed in the clot formation when the blood is drawn and left to sit overnight. If there are polymer/ hydrogel nanotechnology building blocks in the blood without an antidote like Methylene Blue, EDTA or Vitamin C, the rubbery polymer clots develop. Since we have multiple microplastic polymers that have been found in the blood, the polymerization rate is difficult to calculate.
The next book was “Internet of Nano-Things and Wireless Body Area Networks ( WBAN) by Professor Fadi Al-Turjman
In the Chapter on Optical Nanosensors (p30) using luminescence, which I am seeing under the microscope, the following host lattice metals are used: Yittirum, Gadolinium, Titanium, Zirconium, Barium, Strontium. Some of those metals were found by the teams in the C19 shots. Strontium and Barium are also sprayed via geoengineering operations and can be used for WBAN Nanosensor applications.
Polymers are noted for RFID patient surveillance applications
Engineered nanodevices for intra body nanosensor technology are: Nanogels, Carbon Nanotubes, Metallic Nanoparticles, Dendrimers, Peptide based Nanoparticles, Chitosan Nanoparticles, Quantum Dots, Polymeric Nanoparticles, Lipsomes - these substrates can create optical, electrochemical and mechanical nanosensors. In the book it is discussed that Nanosensors send their information to gateway processors, which are at a microscale.
We have found many of these in the blood and in medications at a self assembled micro scale.
The IoNT physical Layer and 5G (p12)
This discusses the work of Dr Akyldiz, who in 2010 (!) recommended plasmonic graphene based nanoantennas for communication between nanodevices. This is the same researcher who said: "COVID MRNAS ARE NOTHING MORE THAN SMALL SCALE BIO-NANO MACHINES" - Lecture by Professor Ian Akyildiz From Georgia Institute Of Technology
The routing protocol is coupled to the MAC layer. This also has been associated with the C19 bioweapons:
MAC Address Phenomenon and Ribbons from C19 Vials - Dr. David Nixon, Shimon Yanowitz, Matt Taylor and Dr. Ana Mihalcea MAC Address Phenomenon and Ribbons from C19 Vials - Dr. David Nixon, Shimon Yanowitz, Matt Taylor and Dr. Ana Mihalcea
The nano and microscale sensors are powered via energy harvesting of the body. They can use photovoltais, thermoelectric, vibration, radiofrequency, electrostatic, electromagnetic and piezoelectric energy. (p205) This means these sensors can use blood flow, the vibration of breathing, biophotonic light emission, environmental radiofrequency and more as energy sources.
This becomes important as some people think their anti nano devices are working. Please look at the energy harvesting modalities for the nanosensors, these may be powering the batteries, not deactivating them.
I just tested one anti nanodevice with a patient last week on visible microbots in live blood and it did nothing. I also have written that experiments with Laser light does not inhibit the microbots: Darkfield Microscopy Of Micro Robots In Live Blood Exposed to Scalar Wave Quantum Cold Laser
and pulsed electromagnetic fields do not reduce clot formation, but increased the polymer/hydrogel formation: Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field And 5G Exposure Experiments With C19 Vaccinated Blood - Beware Graphic Images Pulsed Electro Magnetic Field And 5G Exposure Experiments With C19 Vaccinated Blood - Beware Graphic Images.
Remember that Clifford Carnicom and I also showed increase in polymer filament growth ( he calls CDB) from electrical currents:
Replication of Electrical Transformation of C19 Unvaccinated Blood - Filament Growth Documented - CDB Extraction and Isolation -Ana Mihalcea, MD, PhD in Conjunction with Clifford Carnicom Replication of Electrical Transformation of C19 Unvaccinated Blood - Filament Growth Documented - CDB Extraction and Isolation -Ana Mihalcea, MD, PhD in Conjunction with Clifford Carnicom
I recommend careful investigation of this phenomenon. Hydrogel polymers also can use outside energy sources for growth, so you have to consider the nano/microsensors and the polymer filaments. Proceed with caution and do testing on the blood.
The third book is “ Electromagnetics of Body Area Networks, Antennas, Propagation, and RF Systems by IEEE press, edited by Douglas Werner and Zhi Hao Jiang.
1.Page 323 Figure 9.1 shows typical read distances of implantable, epidermal, wearable, and free- space tag assuming a microchip sensitivity of -22dBm
The picture of the implantable microchip shows an xray of a hand and a knee. The knee in particular is a classic location for Targeted Individual torture - this can be used bidirectional in a weaponized fashion. If you have not seen this interview of NSA whistleblower, former intelligence officer and cryptoanalyst Bill Binney and former CERN Particle Physicist Dr. Katherine Horton, both now Targeted Individuals - please consider doing it. They discuss their implanted microchips that were placed into them during medical procedures and are now used to torture them. You know when the fake media is calling individuals of such caliber of expertise "conspiracy theorists” - that they are right.
The book extensively discusses RFID tagging for humans, most of it discusses medical use, however. tracking is also mentioned. The microchips look just like what develops in the C19 vials.
Nanobiosensors used for esophageal imaging show extensive radiofrequency emission from the body at different frequencies. Hydrogel is specifically mentioned as an important sensor component of membranes or on body RFID tracking.
The fourth book called “Nanosensors - Theory and Applications in Industry, Healthcare and Defense edited by Professor Teik-Cheng Lim
1.The nanosensor building is not called self assembly - but sensoric Layer by Layer Micro/ Nanocapsules, that range in size from tens of nanometers to tens of microns ( which is important because that means we can see them with our microscopes)
The technique was first introduced in 1966 (!!) for the assembly of charged colloidal particles like alumina and silica and proteins ( p104). Then in 1991, the absorption of positively and negatively charged polymers were used. The polymer cation ( which is what the Lipid nanoparticles are in the C19 bioweapons) just have to be placed in water to electrostatically link. These are combined with Graphene Oxide to build the nanosensors. All these components are present in the C19 vials.
Here we have more correlations between the circumstances and contents of the C19 bioweapons and nanosensor construction and polymer chemistry.
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