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Identification of patterns in c0r0n @ v | rus vaccines: Signs of DNA-Origami self-assemblyPlasmonic Nano-Antennas in Pfizer's CoqueVide Vaccines?
Covid Vaccine Nanotechnology - The Intra Body Nano Network - The BLUETOOTH MAC Phenomenon & NANO NETWORKS - Graphene Oxide - Neuromodulation - Neurostimulation
Plasmonic Nano-Antennas in Pfizer's CoqueVide Vaccines?Rich Planet Interviews Mik Andersen
Rich Planet Interviews Mik Andersen
New evidence confirming the presence of nano-networks injected in the human body: nano-rectennas.
Before his second blog was attacked and destroyed, Mik Andersen published some of his essays in English - but not all of them. Consequently, I will translate all the missing ones and I will publish them on this page. Indeed, it is a very precious work to highlight what is going on in the Covid Jabs, of the Pharmacratic Mafia - and in the blood of the injected people.
Intra-corporal nano-network. Here is the link for the PDF.
Identification of patterns in c0r0n @ v | rus vaccines: Signs of DNA-Origami self-assembly . Here is the link for the PDF.
Covid Vaccine Nanotechnology - The Intra Body Nano Network - The BLUETOOTH MAC Phenomenon & NANO NETWORKS - Graphene Oxide - Neuromodulation - Neurostimulation
Here is the link for a video, in English, of 24 mn: the voice is not Mik Andersen’s voice.
Plasmonic Nano-Antennas in Pfizer's CoqueVide Vaccines?
The analysis of the images obtained by Professor Pablo Campra (Campra, P. 2021) continues to direct our attention towards the detection of nano-technologies, circuits and chips, in view of the latest findings concerning the highly probable presence of nano-routers. On this occasion, we discovered a recurrent structure in the shape of a Balkan cross which could remind us of triangular blades oriented towards a common vortex, towards the same confluence. See figure n°1.
In reality, this structure corresponds to a plasmonic nano-antenna with a double bowtie shape-or else a four-winged bowtie-as reported in the scientific literature - “Hybridized plasmon resonant modes in molecular metallodielectric quad-triangles nanoantenna” and “Tunable Optical Performances on a Periodic Array of Plasmonic Bowtie Nanoantennas with Hollow Cavities” - with the terminologies “quad-triangle nano-antennas” and “plasmonic bowtie”.
The correspondence between the obtained structure, the image observed in the vaccine sample and the images extracted from the literature do not seem to leave any doubt as to the possibility that the discovered object is a plasmonic bowtie nano-antenna - which is, also, denominated by its initials in English “PBNA Plasmonic Bowtie Nano Antenna” as explained by (Chau, Y. F.C.; Chao, C.T.C.; Rao, J.Y.; Chiang, H.P.; Lim, C.M.; Lim, R.C.; Voo, N.Y. 2016) in their study “Hybridized plasmon resonant modes in molecular metallodielectric quad-triangles nanoantenna”.
According to these researchers: «Broadband nano-antennas play a potential role in the nano-photonic field. Recently, plasmonic optical nano-antennas fabricated with new metallic nano-particles have generated great research interest, due to their ability to position and improve, drastically, the electromagnetic fields at their surface... ». We can deduce that these are antennas designed specifically for the context of intra-body nano-communications networks and that they corroborate, perfectly, the previous discoveries concerning nano-routers and the field of “bio-sensors”. Haes, A.J.; Van-Duyne, R.P. 2002 “A Nanoscale Optical Biosensor: Sensitivity and Selectivity of an Approach Based on the Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy of Triangular Silver Nanoparticles”.
This study also indicates that «Plasmonic nano-antennas are generally designed to induce localized and high electromagnetic fields between the space allocated to the detection applications»... which also corroborates what we have observed insofar as the nano-antenna was found in the vicinity of other objects with a rectangular crystalline structure - which could provide a local electromagnetic coverage. This could explain the fact that there is a strong dispersion of components which, without being gathered in the same place, could operate and interact between them. It could be enough for them to be located in the same environment of a hydrogel in order to be able to function. Expressed in another way, it could be possible to develop microelectronic devices composed of distributed (separated) elements... which would explain the large quantity of rectangular objects observed under the microscope in vaccines. This could be conceived as an electronic nano/micro-puzzle to perform the interface functions of the nano-communications network in the human body.
On the other hand, the literature recognizes different types of plasmonic butterfly-node antennas while knowing that one of their most relevant features is the fact that the antenna has hollow cavities - as can be observed in figure #1. This means that the fabrication process is based on the electron beam lithography technique that allows to compose the so-called optical nano-cavities that prove to be useful for the improvement of the antenna's performance and field strength. (Chau, Y.F.C.; Chao, C.T.C.; Rao, J.Y.; Chiang, H.P.; Lim, C.M.; Lim, R.C.; Voo, N.Y. 2016).
We can assume that the same technique of electron beam lithography would have been used for the production and assembly of the elements observed in the images of the bouquet photographed by Professor Campra. In fact, there are multiple bibliographical references that refer to this technique, obtaining results very similar to those observed Hu, W.; Sarveswaran, K.; Lieberman, M.; Bernstein, G.H. 2004 | Hu, W.; Sarveswaran, K.; Lieberman, M.; Bernstein, G.H. 2005 “High-resolution electron beam lithography and DNA nano-patterning for molecular QCA” ; Kindness, S.J.; Jessop, D.S.; Wei, B.; Wallis, R.; Kamboj, V.S.; Xiao, L.; Degl’Innocenti, R. 2017 “External amplitude and frequency modulation of a terahertz quantum cascade laser using metamaterial/graphene devices”. This technique is also involved in the creation of QCA (quantum dot cellular automata) circuits - as we observed in our previous article on nano routers.
There is another rather remarkable technique that could be used for the production of this plasmonic nano-antenna: it is the well-known “Focused Ion beam” - namely the focused ion probe that is used in the fabrication of quantum circuits. (Nemcsics, Á. 2017) “Droplet Epitaxy as a Tool for the QD-Based Circuit Realization”. It consists of the machining of ion beams on a determined surface - thus generating the cavities already mentioned by (Chau, Y.F.C.; Chao, C.T.C.; Rao, J.Y.; Chiang, H.P.; Lim, C.M.; Lim, R.C.; Voo, N.Y. 2016).
This surface is normally a semi or super conductive metamaterial such as graphene, copper or silica, among others. In fact, when one performs an advanced search for these concepts, one finds in the scientific literature the following examples applied to plasmonic butterfly node antennas. See figure N°3.
All the clues we have highlighted in this blog point to the presence of nano-technologies in the vials of the vaccines, whose function is to create a network of nano devices and nano sensors connected, without wires, that settles inside the body of the inoculated persons.
The discovery of plasmonic nano-antennas - after having discovered what looks more than ever like the circuitry of a nano-router - does not seem to be a coincidence. This discovery could confirm the presence of these components functioning as a wirelessly connected intra-body nano-communications network and validate, at the same time, the phenomenon of MAC directions emission - because it would corroborate the existence of the necessary hardware and, consequently, the introduction of undeclared elements.
Rich Planet Interviews Mik Andersen
April 15th, 2022
An important commentator, Richard D. Hall, who runs the programme and website RichPlanet.net, contacted Corona2Inspect in February 2022 to interview Mik Andersen in relation to the evidence revealed from the study of Coronavirus vaccines. Richard put together a very comprehensive and interesting documentary called “Brain Jabbed” [parts 1, 2 and 3], which explains many of the issues raised in the interview. On this occasion, I wish to belatedly share the text of the interview, which is still relevant at this time. I want to take this opportunity to thank Richard for his work and efforts in disseminating the attempts to establish the truth. But I'm also taking this opportunity to convey an affectionate greeting to all the followers of Corona2Inspect, and thank them for their loyalty, despite these weeks of apparent inactivity. Corona2Inspect is still active and continues the investigation and analysis work. Thank you, everyone.
1. Richard D. Hall: I have investigated the claims and evidence regarding MAC addresses. I got excited because I thought this would provide absolute proof of nanotechnology. So I devised some tests to test Bluetooth on vaccinated people and managed to test 10 vaccinated people. But I didn't find any that gave off Bluetooth signals. I suspect that if intra-body networks in vivo communicate with external systems, it may be with 5G or 6G signals, or something else. Could you say something about this?
Mik Andersen: As for the MAC address, it is somewhat difficult to approach, since there are things that we know and many others that we do not know. The French team, led by Germán Sarlange, carried out an experiment to demonstrate the presence/issuance of MAC addresses through Bluetooth, and obtained positive results. In this work it is shown that a good part of vaccinated people emit these MAC addresses. According to my own understanding, this phenomenon is real, although it must be demonstrated by the appropriate means and under the appropriate conditions. What does seem certain is that a vaccinated person does not always emit these MAC addresses, which are visible through the mobile phone's Bluetooth receiver. This is described in the scientific literature, specifically in the DCCORONA and EECORONA wireless nanocommunication protocols. As indicated, one of the problems of nanocommunication networks is the limited energy they have to operate. This means that they are not always on, working, or signaling. It only happens when they receive signals from outside the body or when information is collected that must be transmitted. Obviously, this behavior responds to a client/server paradigm, where the data server is the person inoculated with the vaccine, and the client (still unknown) sends the request for data or tasks. There are other aspects to consider in this matter of MAC addresses. It may happen that the vaccinated person is not sufficiently charged. This means that your nanocommunications network does not have enough energy, or some of its components have not been formed or built yet. The latest evidence seems to indicate that there is self-assembly of components. In other words, if the objects of the intrabody nanocommunication network do not assemble well, or there is some defect or deficiency, this could cause a malfunction. This is not surprising, given that they're constantly increasing the need for vaccine doses. On this subject of MAC addresses, I conducted an experiment with my mobile phone at a Christmas market where I obtained hundreds of MAC addresses, distinct from the mobile phones of vaccinated individuals waiting in checkout lines. I have also carried out tests in areas far from electromagnetic pollution and have effectively detected vaccinated people approaching my position. In addition to all this, there are other aspects to consider. One of them is the process of pinging/matching MAC addresses and their identification with the vaccinated individual. We're considering he hypothesis that there is a ping process by which the MAC addresses of the vaccinated are transmitted to a remote IP address through the Gateway (nearest mobile phone or smartphone) of the vaccinated person. This would be done periodically or recursively, until a record of emissions is obtained that links the MAC of the individual with a mobile device that most frequently sends it. Using a statistical algorithm, it can be determined that MAC 1,2,3,n… are sent 90% of the time with a given smartphone device. At the time this algorithm is applied, it could be known that these MACs correspond to a telephone or smartphone holder. From that moment on, the intracorporeal nanocommunications network of that individual could remain silent, until the next request. In any case, I would not rule out that there are other mechanisms or types of signal that infer the MAC phenomenon. It is very difficult to know what is really happening in this regard. Every day we are discovering something new in the scientific literature, and it seems clear that nothing that has been observed should be in vaccines. I can also give you details of nanocommunication within the body. According to the scientific literature, there is a clear reference to TS-OOK type signals, which would be the binary data transmission protocol. If evidence of TS-OOK communication were obtained within the body of an inoculated person, it would be a good test that would consolidate the hypothesis that we have been observing through microscope images and scientific articles.
2. Richard D. Hall: What would you say is the strongest evidence that micro/nanotechnology related to nano-communication is inside the COVID-19 injections?
Mik Andersen: There are three clear pieces of evidence in our opinion, although they still need to be confirmed going forward. The first is the detection of rectangular and quadrangular objects possessing the morphology of micro/nano bow tie antennas or double and quadruple leaf "bowties", which are explicitly described in the scientific literature, in the context of wireless nanocommunication networks. intracorporeal for nano-electronic devices. The chances of such a finding being random are equivalent to finding a 5-cent Euro coin on Mars. We believe that it is not accidental. We don't think it's a salt crystal, whose shape randomly results in a bow-tie micro-rectenna. Note that micro-rectennas are related to the use of MAC protocols and graphene, whose existence in vaccines was demonstrated by Dr. Campra. The second piece of evidence is the detection of objects with apparent circumscribed circuitry, with an important resemblance to the demux circuits of nano-routers, among other devices not yet identified. See the images obtained by the Quinta Columna and the team of New Zealand researchers. Third, the evidence of epitexial self-assembly based on synthetic or artificial DNA templates (See reference Liu, J.; Wei, J.; Yang, Z. 2021). Another hint of synthetic DNA self-assembly and nanotechnology has recently been obtained, with a very reasonable match between the type of crystals that form in vaccines, compared to those observed in the scientific literature on DNA nanotechnology. This last indication or observation is about to be published, and we hope that it will help clear up some doubts on the matter.
3. Richard D. Hall: Have you contacted anyone in the field of nanotechnology, such as other scientists, to alert them to the images?
Mik Andersen: For reasons of discretion, I prefer not to say. However, I can tell you that public communication and disclosure has been blocked by censorship. Recently, the old Corona2Inspect blog was censored and then shut down. This tells us that the highest authorities, those responsible for this worldwide vaccination operation, do not want a scientific debate to take place, or seem to want to stifle any news of the published evidence. When this happens on any scientific matter, it shows that they're covering up the truth, or at least that they find it very uncomfortable. This censorship occurred without any explanation, argumentation or specific reason given. In science, discrepancies are normal and accepted, provided that our position is justified and our arguments are backed up with evidence. At Corona2Inspect we try to justify every statement that we make. In fact, you could say that Corona2Inspect's claims are the claims made by the authors of the cited articles. There is actually, nothing invented on my part. Everything is based on science that is published and disseminated through scientific journals, the vast majority of them being of recognised international prestige. I understand that the scientific community should be alert, attentive and cautious with everything relating to the vaccine, especially from the moment in which Dr. Campra found patterns and traces of graphene, which was disclosed in July 2021. We must also bear in mind that throughout the investigation that has been carried out in Corona2Inspect, topics have been addressed that range from biology, to chemistry, through neuroscience, nanotechnology, materials engineering, medicine, electronics and telecommunications. If you pay attention, you will realise that the direction and coordination capacity of universities and research centers is needed to facilitate, or at least, allow the study of the vaccine vials from all these different perspectives. However, we have seen that this has not happened. On the contrary, the pertinent counter-analyses to reproduce Campra's work have not been allowed. This has had to be done outside the governments and administrations of each country. Obviously, these policies make communication between researchers and the progress of any independent research or work extremely difficult. I also want to take this opportunity to convey a message to the scientific community, so that it takes the trouble to analyse the vaccine vials of the vaccines (samples of their different batches, from the beginning of the vaccination campaign), in order to corroborate what has already been observed by Campra and obviously, contribute and publish their assessments and the results of their observations, from their respective experience and areas of knowledge. This work is urgent and must be produced and disseminated in rapidly, through more effective publication formats. An example of this could be the blog format, but I am sure that they will find the appropriate platforms and means to carry it out.
4. Richard D. Hall: Have you found any evidence of mRNA nano-lipids or other vaccine technologies in the microscope images he has studied?
Mik Andersen: Unfortunately I have not found that pattern, but I cannot guarantee that they do not exist. In fact, Dr. Campra's preliminary report confirms the presence of RNA. It is for this reason that more eyes are needed to observe and analyze the vaccine samples. It is essential to establishthe truth, whatever it may be, and whether you like or dislike it.
5. Richard D. Hall: Or, do you believe that there is mRNA and nanotechnology in every vaccine?
Mik Andersen: This is a good question. In principle, it would seem that all vaccines have an aqueous solution in which graphene is present. This has been verified in Dr. Campra's final report. It could be conceived of as a common base. On the other hand, each vaccine seems to have different “ingredients”. In fact, there are differences between the objects observed in the different shots. But there isn't enough visual information, except for the most publicised samples, which are those of Pfizer. By this I mean that it is difficult to make an affirmation based on the little information that is available. Now, the fact that the presence of graphene in vaccines was hidden should be reason enough to doubt the compositions officially declared in all vaccines and therefore the presence of the virus and of course (if you may) of the “circus” established around the pandemic. Honestly, there is no reason to trust them. With this approach, anything is possible. However, to answer your question, in my opinion, I do believe that there can be present mRNA, CRISPR-Cas technology (for gene editing), nanotechnology and also graphene, CNT carbon micro/nanotubes in their SWCNT and MWCNT variants. I also believe there may be synthetic DNA based self-assembly with which micro/nano-electronic components and devices can be built. In fact, synthetic DNA nano-routers can be built using origami self-assembly, as inferred from the EU-funded CORDIS project for the development of DNA nanorouters, in which it is indicated and I quote, that "[t]he long-term goal of project NANOROUTERS has been to design nanoscale robots, fabricated from synthetic DNA molecules, capable of re-routing cellular communication between cells; and to demonstrate these in a clinically-relevant model.… The work carried out in the project focused on the design of DNA robots which can be synthesised in large scale, made entirely of DNA (and not include chemical drugs and proteins, to maintain material homogeneity and manufacturing simplicity); their demonstration in multiple-cell-type systems in vitro, and finally demonstration in an organ-on-chip system, by the end of 2017.” Now, since 2017 different self-assembly models have been developed, so it cannot be ruled out that a different solution has been developed for each vaccine to achieve the same aim or purpose. In any case, the investigation is still open and it is important to consider all possibilities, whilst always taking as our reference point the evidence, the scientific literature and everything that can be verified, in order to strengthen the grounds we're standing on.
6. Richard D. Hall: Do you have any idea how the manufacture of such a large number of nanotechnology components was achieved?
Mik Andersen: As I have indicated before, under this scenario, the already-configured nanotech components are not actually manufactured. Apparently, they would self-assemble, according to a pattern or template of synthetic DNA. In fact, the CORDIS project that I just mentioned indicates that DNA can be synthesised on a large scale, so it would be interesting to pose this question to the researchers on this project. In any case, we can find an answer to your question in the scientific literature, it would be necessary to review the work of (Praetorius, F.; Kick, B.; Behler, K.L.; Honemann, M.N.; Weuster-Botz, D.; Dietz, H. 2017) entitled "Biotechnological mass production of DNA origami" where it is explained that synthetic DNA origami, used in self-assembly, is conceived from a "a nanostructure is assembled from a very long single-stranded scaffold molecule held in place by many short single-stranded staple oligonucleotides… Only the bacteriophage-derived scaffold molecules are amenable to scalable and efficient mass production; the shorter staple strands are obtained through costly solid-phase synthesis or enzymatic processes…we show that single strands of DNA of virtually arbitrary length and with virtually arbitrary sequences can be produced in a scalable and cost-efficient manner by using bacteriophages to generate single-stranded precursor DNA." It's not me saying it. Praetorius and his team say it. In summary, it seems that it is not a problem for modern science, according to what is being said.
7. Richard D. Hall: Where do you suspect the nanotechnology is being manufactured? There must be a team secretly working to produce the prototypes of the nanotech injections.
Mik Andersen: According to everything we are seeing, it could be in specialised laboratories, although I do not know the means required to do it. I can't imagine how sophisticated it could, or perhaps, paradoxically, couldn't be. This is something very difficult to determine. As for secret places, or perhaps not so secret, it could be, for example, in an industrial or office park, or an underground laboratory. It could even be the case that many technicians in charge of production do not know what the the compounds they make will be used for. In any case, what does seem clear is that the research of thousands of scientists around the world could have served as a basis to create the nanotechnology that would be involved in vaccines, and of course, the vast majority would have no idea of what the end use would be. In fact, in almost all the scientific articles that I have been able to read, I have observed that the purpose and objectives of the research were very praiseworthy and beneficial. For example, the development of treatments for neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, or tissue repair, the elimination of bacteria, or improving the supervision of the ill. Nuclear energy was also supposed to be a great advance in for humanity, but we already know how that turned out. Obviously, it is logical to think that there must be scientific managers in charge of these projects who have full knowledge of the entire operation, who know the purpose and objectives of the vaccines in great detail, as well as their political, economic, strategic implications, and obviously, their consequences for people's health. All this, would be in accord with guidelines given by people higher up in the food chain, and with greater decision-making power in the hierarchical scale.
8. Richard D. Hall: Do you have any idea who is involved? Which people, which organisations? Which countries?
Mik Andersen: I understand that it is important to know which individuals or which entities are involved in all this. Unfortunately, I do not investigate this issue, since it is something that should be up to judges and prosecutors. But I am aware of the hypotheses and theories that are published in this regard, so I will give you an opinion, which I hope all readers take with due reservation, as with any other opinion. I see this as a globally coordinated operation. If we analyse what is happening in all the countries of the world, the same indiscriminate vaccination policies and campaigns are being observed, the same excuses are given for vaccination, the same PCR diagnostic methods are used, the same news is published, the same journalistic stories and narratives. Vaccination is almost forced, critical voices are persecuted, the analysis of the vaccine is not allowed through official channels, freedoms are restricted, control and pressure on people is increased, statistics, the real data on deaths and damage they cause are hidden... The same thing is happening everywhere. This seems to indicate that almost all countries are complicit, or agree to take the vaccination campaign to its ultimate end, regardless of debate and scientific analysis (which has not taken place) and regardless of the deaths and suffering it is causing. Therefore, we must assume that it is a global phenomenon, on a large scale, proceeds according to a perfectly outlined plan and coordinated lines of action... and for which the political leaders have hidden motives that they will not share with the population. According to the geopolitical and economic situation that shapes the world order as we knew, it seems that supranational organisations such as the UN, and in particular the WHO, have had an incontestable influence and decision-making processes since the so-called "pandemic" began. It is quite probable that those responsible are sitting on the highest rungs of the pyramid of power, using the pandemic as an excuse, the vaccine as an instrument and terror as a means to use to change the order we know into what we now know as the New World Order.
9. Richard D. Hall: What method do you think intrabody systems could use in injections to communicate with external systems?
Mik Andersen: According to the scientific literature, wireless nanocommunication networks for intracorporeal nanodevices have two clear objectives. The first is to monitor and collect data on the parameters, activity or neurological, cardiac, physiological data of the individual, facilitating their transmission to remote servers and databases (on the Internet), to form Big-data and its analytics through AI software (Artificial intelligence). The second is to interact with individuals, especially in the nervous system and the human psyche. To achieve this, there are two theories of intracorporeal communication. On the one hand, there is electromagnetic communication aimed at propagating beyond the body electromagnetic signals which contain the data generated by the network nodes, and also taking them up from the outside to the inside, in order to be able to interact with them. On the other hand, there is molecular communication, whose range of application is oriented in particular to the brain and the central nervous system. This type of communication has a smaller scope, but it has the advantage of permitting scientists to distinguish aspects such as the segregation of neurotransmitters and other types of complex molecules, which are generated in natural neuronal communication. Molecular and neuronal communication are complementary. In fact, they are used in combination to build a complete picture of the state or situation of the individual. Once you understand these types of communication, you have to know that there is a network topology. Unlike our home or work network, the intrabody network topology is more complex and operates with several essential devices. First of all, basic nodes would be needed, biosensors and graphene GQD quantum dots, CNT carbon nanotubes, which expand and spread throughout the body, including our brain, thanks to the fact that they can cross the blood-brain barrier. These objects can act as sensors that pick up electrical signals, pulses, or voltage variations. In short, they pick up data from our body, biological constants, blood composition, brain activity... and transfer it as electrical pulses to the next object in the topology, that is, the nano-controller or nano-router. The micro/nano-routers are assembled from strands of synthetic DNA and graphene, allowing them to be housed throughout the body, including the brain. These could receive the signals emitted by the nodes and biosensors. The MAC addresses could be configured in the memory circuits (we think they could also be built with synthetic DNA and graphene). In this way, they receive the electromagnetic signals and automatically encode them into another simpler type of signal, called TS-OOK, with which the data is retransmitted in binary to a next level in the topology, that is, the nano-interface. The nano-interface would be another self-assembled electronic device that is capable of encoding TS-OOK binary data for transmission outside the body. The plasmonic nano-antennas would help to retransmit and propagate all the signals produced by the intracorporeal network, both inside the body in local regions, and towards the outside. The nano-interface transmit messages with very specific headers, where the MAC device is identified, the IP address to which the information is sent and the binary content with the information obtained from the nodes based on the topology. These messages have to be received by a "Gateway" (gateway), which is a mobile device or smartphone (usually referred to as such in the literature), which has an Internet connection, and which would be responsible for sending the message to its destination, but without alerting its owner, as it remains hidden in the data traffic. In other words, any mobile phone close to the vaccinated individual could be transmitting the data generated by the nanonetwork. Due to the sensitivity of the information which is trafficked in this system, security is an important aspect, and this has been taken into consideration. So it is to be expected that all kinds of measures have been created to limit this risk (Al -Turjman, F. 2020) and that the interception of communications is not easy. On the other hand, there is the reverse process of communication, the reception of signals from outside the body to the inside, more oriented to neuromodulation, behavioural control and neurostimulation from nodes, biosensors, and carbon nanotubes housed in brain tissue. The scientific literature seems to make it clear that areas of the brain can be activated wirelessly using these nodes, transducers and nanotechnology, which can affect behaviour patterns, graft ideas, predispose the individual to have certain feelings and sensations, and probably thoughts. Obviously, if this could be confirmed, this system would be an outrage against freedom, free will and the most basic and fundamental rights of human beings. Not surprisingly, neuro-rights laws are already being approved, according to different media reports, such as the case of Chile. This is more than just a declaration of intent, since it seems to indicate that something aberrant has been achieved.
10. Richard D. Hall: If people have been injected with micro/nano-technology, is there a way to destroy its function? For example, with a strong electromagnetic pulse?
Mik Andersen: We still do not know. Here we are entering the field of speculation. Although graphene can be degraded to some extent, the nanotechnology that would be formed inside the body, according to the synthetic DNA self-assembly hypothesis, is a problem that has yet to be solved. I'm sorry I can't give good news about it, but I still don't know a concrete method in the literature, by which it can be eliminated, although I can't guarantee that this doesn't exist either. More research is needed to provide a clearer answer. Probably, bioremediation techniques would have to be developed to proceed with the cleaning and decomposition of this synthetic DNA. Probably (and although it may be paradoxical) with another injection of nanotechnology that serves to counteract and clean the content of past injections. We really don't know. Regarding an electromagnetic pulse (EMP), we understand that it could disable conventional electronics. Despite this, we must also consider that electronic nanodevices based on synthetic DNA, combined with graphene and hydrogel, even though they have superconducting capabilities, also have plasmonic capabilities and, most likely, Quantum Hall capabilities. This means that it could well cause an interruption of its operation, but it is not clear that this was permanent. It would be necessary for specialists in the field to experience it conveniently to be able to give a clearer answer. Anyway, as I understand it, an EMP, depending on its intensity, could also cause damage to the individual's biology, so it doesn't seem like a safe solution.
11. Richard D. Hall: Do you think that fractal antennas could be used as a micro-antenna to communicate with the outside of the body?
Mik Andersen: Yes, it could be, I don't think we can rule out that possibility. It is a definite hypothesis. In this post about graphene fractals, one of the first identifications I made, you can see an image of a fractal pattern that was formed during the drying process of a blood sample from a vaccinated person. The image was obtained and analysed by the German team (Axel Bolland, Bärbel Ghitalla, Holger Fischer, Elmar Becker). Curiously, it seemed to coincide with the fractal crystallization of graphene. Upon further investigation of this topic, I observed that the literature included graphene fractal antennas, and especially the development of dendrites, as the fundamental characteristic to enhance, increase and better propagate electromagnetic signals. At the time, I had no idea that this could be related to the intracorporeal wireless nanocommunication network. However, this indication helped me to understand a new hypothesis about the purposes of graphene in vaccines. Not only did it turn out to be a very harmful toxin, it also seemed to be evident that it could be used to transmit information/data as antennas, to which was added the detail of the ability to absorb electromagnetic radiation and operate in the band of THz. These data were key to finding the scientific articles which addressed in-vivo nanocommunication in the human body, and all the protocols and procedures involved. This was because the graphene fractal antennas provided a quality and bandwidth well suited to data traffic within the human body. This helped me to open my eyes and realise that this could probably be one of the reasons for the existence of the vaccines, without excluding other reasons too, of course. Subsequently, other indications were found in the scientific literature and in microscope images that seem to be in line with the nanotechnology hypothesis, by finding what could be plasmonic nano-antennas, nano-routers rectennas and recently DNA crystals compatible with nanotechnology. Taking into account these precedents, as I have indicated before, it cannot be ruled out that this type of microstructure could be used to transmit or receive data outside the body. As for the morphologies of the micro/nano antennas, it is very varied. In the literature, there are micro/nano antennas with triangular shapes, T, L, H, U and C shapes, even fractal cross (Moghadasi, M.N.; Sadeghzadeh, R.A.; Toolabi, M.; Jahangiri, P.; Zarrabi, F.B. 2016 | Moshiri, S.M.M., Nozhat, N. 2021 | Heydari, S., Bazgir, M., Zarrabi, F.B., Gandji, N.P., Rastan, I. 2017 | Ullah, Z., Witjaksono, G., Nawi , I., Tansu, N., Irfan-Khattak, M., Junaid, M. 2020 | Feichtner, T., Selig, O., Hecht, B. 2017 | Lee, S.Y. 2019 | Zarrabi, F.B. 2016 | Abdi, H., J. Nourinia, C. Ghobadi 2019 | H. Yao, X. Liu, H. Zhu, H. Li, G. Dong, K. Bi 2020). However, some objects have been observed that could coincide with a C, L and T scheme in vaccines. Therefore, it would not be ruled out that new objects and elements of the intracorporeal network could be discovered, as observations continue to be made and new images are obtained under the microscope.
12. Richard D. Hall: Dr. Franc Zalewski claimed that he grew a 3-legged “thing” by feeding graphite tape on eggs. In the MS Saavedra 2014 it is stated that the growth of Nano Carbon Fiber could be achieved with adhesive tape. Do you think Zalewski was growing an octopus from carbon nanotubes? In fact, are the Hydra Vulgaris claims present in the actual CNT Octopus vaccines?
Mik Andersen: I think Dr. Zalewski was impressed when he looked at that under a microscope. I think anyone would have that reaction and feel great concern right away. In my opinion, he offered a press conference in which he wanted to raise awareness that something not very good was happening with the vaccines. I guess he called it “The Thing” to make it go viral and I think he did it and it made a lot of people aware. However, the images that he presented, I believe, could correspond to single and multi-walled carbon nanotubes and carbon nanooctopuses. Carbon micro/nano-octopuses grow from CNTs and also graphene ribbons, as long as they are decorated with other materials that act as catalysts or nucleation agents. These materials cause a growth of carbon in various arms or branches, which was described as the arms of the octopus. There has also been talk of hydra-vulgaris, but the observed morphology does not seem to correspond, nor do its motor skills, or its development and growth. Unless clear evidence of their presence is found, we must consider the most likely hypothesis to be branched CNT carbon nanotubes. The presence of carbon nanotubes would be compatible with the rest of the indications already observed regarding the intracorporeal network of nanocommunications, That is, a fundamental element for neuromodulation, since the CNTs in their diverse variants could be assimilated in the neuronal tissue to form an artificial neurological network, overlapping with the one that the individual already has, and developing the functions of electrodes, bridging neuronal conductivity and favoring neuromodulation and neurostimulation.
13. Richard D. Hall: Dr. Robert Young claimed in his report to have identified a Trypanosoma cruzi parasite. In 2016 Huang, H. W. | Sakar,MS | Petruska, AJ | PanŽ,S | Nelson, BJ discuss the creation of a synthetic version of Trypanosoma brucei as a swimmer that is very similar in appearance to the cruzi. Do you think Dr. Young could have discovered a synthetic swimmer?
Mik Andersen: It could be. They have a very similar morphology. In the entry on swimmers and based on the scientific literature, it is explained that these patterns correspond to hydrogel and graphene ribbons, whose movement and stimulation can be produced based on electromagnetic fields. It would not be unreasonable to think that these objects could be constituted through self-assembly and synthetic DNA. The hypotheses about this object are still open.
14. Richard D. Hall: Carbon nanotubes in the environment. CNTs may already be in the environment and have self-assembly properties. Do you have any thoughts on their relationship to Morgellons?
Mik Andersen. We cannot rule out that this type of contamination exists. Dozens of patents have been found that take graphene as a fundamental component for the development of fertilisers, phytosanitary products, pesticides, fungicides... And agricultural products are consumed daily by the entire population. In fact, there are scientific articles such as the one by (Wang, J.; Zhu, M.; Chen, Z.; Chen, Y.; Hayat, T.; Alsaedi, A.; Wang, X. 2019) that study ways to remove this toxicant, assuming that “[w]ith the fast development of graphene oxide (GO) and its related products, GO may be discharged into the natural environment and causes various environmental problems…. This study contributed significantly to the elimination of GO from the aquatic environment and provided more message for GO elimination in its pollution management.” We have no reason to distrust what Wang and his team indicate, so it can be affirmed that contamination by nanoparticles exists, be it graphene, nanotubes or carbon fibers of micrometric size. Another very interesting article in this regard is the one by (Fadeel, B.; Bussy, C.; Merino, S.; Vázquez, E.; Flahaut, E.; Mouchet, F.; Bianco, A. 2018) in which It is noted that “[t]he increasing exploitation of graphene-based materials (GBMs) necessitates a comprehensive evaluation of the potential impact of these materials on human health and the environment. Here, we discuss synthesis and characterization of GBMs as well as human and environmental hazard assessment of GBMs using in vitro and in vivo model systems with the aim to understand the properties that underlie the biological effects of these materials;” and offers a very interesting diagram. See figure 1. below.
Fig.1. The chain of pollution by graphene. The human being is exposed to graphene, being able to inhale it, ingest it or absorb it through the skin. The environment is also affected, the entire food chain. (Fadeel, B.; Bussy, C.; Merino, S.; Vázquez, E.; Flahaut, E.; Mouchet, F.; Bianco, A. 2018)
Observing this diagram, we can clearly see the forms of environmental contamination and intoxication in humans (via inhalation, ingestion and dermal exposure). Nor can Fadeel and his team be suspected of lying in an article for the ACS Publications magazine. Therefore, contamination by graphene or carbon nanotubes is a very real possibility, both accidentally in their manufacture and by biodegradation of electronics and materials that have graphene, or by intentional actions too.
As for the possibility that CNTs with self-assembly capacity are in the environment, I can imagine it as very likely, but I don't know for sure. I don't have images that I can analyse that correspond to samples of suspended particles. I also don't have the instruments or the means to prove it reliably. In part, of this is the playing and manipulating of the situation that we have been experiencing since it all began. Hence the need to alert independent researchers in the relevant areas to analyse samples and develop methods to diagnose the presence of CNT, graphene and any other nano-material. It is clear that in aqueous solutions it seems easier to analyse under a microscope. I am sure that adequate methodologies exist to carry out such investigations. By the way, in relation to contamination by nanomaterials such as graphene, CNTs and fullerenes, I cannot avoid citing the work of (Suhail, M.; Ali, A.; Mathew, S.; Shah, M.A. 2015) that was already warning back then of the toxicity that caused necrosis, apoptosis, and cellular autophagy, cytokine storms... effects compatible with COVID-19.
In relation to Morgellons, in my opinion they are quite similar to carbon nanotubes, although not in scale. Put another way, Morgellons could be multi-walled, micro-scale carbon tubes or carbon fibers of the MWCNT type. As explained in the entry on nano-octopuses and carbon nanotubes, they can grow if they have enough material for nucleation. This only requires materials that act as catalysts, graphene or carbon derivatives in the environment and a suitable temperature. If these circumstances are present, its growth, although slow, can be prolonged indefinitely over time. This could explain the length that they can reach, as well as the colors observed (red, blue... which would depend on the catalyst material) and the reactions that occur when a magnetic field approaches or its temperature increases drastically, due to its piezoelectric nature. I think this would be the most likely hypothesis.
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New evidence confirming the presence of nano-networks injected in the human body: nano-rectennas
Research on nanocommunication networks for nanodevices inoculated into the human body continues to provide evidence. On this occasion, we present the researchers' paper (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) titled “Nano-rectenna-powered body-centric nano-networks in the terahertz band” confirms the theory that Corona2Inspect had investigated by observing the images of the c0r0n@v|rus vaccine samples obtained by the physician (Campra, P. 2021). Human body-centered nano-arrays require the use of nano-antennas operating in the terahertz band, which are of the same type as those found in vaccine samples. In the literature, these plasmonic nano-antennas are also called bowtie antennas, and in the article in question, they are called “nano-rectennas”.
The explicit mention of the type of antenna and intra-corporeal nano-array technology would confirm that vaccines are, among other things, vectors for the installation of nanotechnology, or nano-devices, in the human body. However, beyond pure coincidence, the authors make explicit the use of graphene and carbon nanotubes as necessary elements for this network model, elements that were also identified in the images taken by Dr. Campra and that coincide with the presence of graphene in his technical report with Micro-Raman spectroscopy. In addition to what has already been described, the article adds that the method of communication and data transmission in the nano-arrays is carried out by TS-OOK signals (sequences of pulses that transmit binary codes), which coincides with the studies and protocols of nanocommunications and would confirm all the research carried out so far by Corona2Inspect in this area. If the above is not enough to confirm the theory of intra-body communication nano-networks, the paper by (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) makes explicit the use of nano-sensors that are connected by electromagnetic signals, by means of the aforementioned nano-rectangles or nano-antennas bowties, which necessarily highlights the presence of nano-routers that are used to manage intra-body and extra-body data linkage, with gateways such as the cell phone. Given the importance of the content of the article, it will be dissected in detail.
Analysis of the article
The research focus of the work by (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) is the comparative analysis of the energy harvesting capabilities of nano-receptors, targeting their implementation in wireless nanodevice networks and in-body nanotechnologies. The introduction of the article reflects this: «In the domain of healthcare applications, the purpose is to develop a therapeutic nano-device network which is capable of working either on or inside the human body so as to support immune system monitoring, health monitoring, drug delivery systems and biohybrid implants». Therefore, there is no doubt that nano-antennas, referred to here as nano-rectennas, necessarily involve the presence of a network of nano-devices or nanotechnologies aimed at monitoring biological variables and factors in people.
Furthermore, (Rong, Z.; Leeson, MS; Higgins, MD; Lu, Y. 2018) state that «There are two main approaches to nanoscale wireless communications, namely, molecular and electromagnetic (EM) communications (Akyildiz, IF; Jornet, JM 2010). The latter commonly operates in the terahertz (THz) band (0.1-10 THz) and is a promising technique to support data exchange in nanosensor networks for healthcare applications or body-centered nano-networks. For the expected size of nanosensors, the frequency radiated by their antennas would normally be in the optical range, resulting in a very large channel attenuation that could make nanoscale wireless communication unfeasible. To overcome this limitation, graphene-based antennas have been developed, which are able to resonate in the THz band with sizes of a few ??, at a frequency up to two orders of magnitude lower than a metallic antenna of the same dimensions ».
This explanation corroborates the two types of intra-body communication , the molecular type used for monitoring and neuromodulation of neuronal tissue and the central nervous system ( Akyildiz, IF; Jornet, JM; Pierobon, M. 2011 | Malak, D.; Akan, OB 2012 | Rikhtegar, N.; Keshtgary, M. 2013 | Balasubramaniam, S.; Boyle, NT; Della-Chiesa, A.; Walsh, F.; Mardinoglu, A.; Botvich, D.; Prina-Mello , A. 2011) and electromagnetic, conceived for the control of biological variables and factors in the rest of the body, by means of nano-nodes (also known as nano-devices, nano-biosensors, etc.)
It also corroborates the operating band in which the intra-body nano-network is operating, in a range of 0.1-10 THz, confirmed in this blog according to (Abbasi, QH; Nasir, AA; Yang, K.; Qaraqe, KA ; Alomainy, A. 2017 | Zhang, R.; Yang, K.; Abbasi, QH; Qaraqe, KA; Alomainy, A. 2017 | Yang, K.; Bi, D.; Deng, Y.; Zhang, R. ; Rahman, MMU; Ali, NA; Alomainy, A. 2020). It also addresses the fact that the scale of the nano-devices, nano-sensors of the network forces to “resonate the THz band” by means of special antennas of a few microns (??), but with the ability to retransmit signals and in turn of harvesting energy to run the grid. These special properties are achieved through the plasmonic effect given by the nanoantennas scale, which confers special physical and quantum properties to these objects, as explained in (Jornet, JM; Akyildiz, IF 2013 | Nafari, M.; Jornet, JM 2015 | Guo , H.; Johari, P.; Jornet, JM; Sun, Z. 2015 ).
In the introductory brief, (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) mention a substantial aspect : « For the purpose of body-centric nanonetworks, communication and information exchange among implantable nanosensors is the most significant as it enables the control and monitoring of the molecular release or flow, biochemical compounds and other important functions inside human body ».
The relevance of this statement is crucial because it implies that nanodevices must be installed, injected or implanted in the human body, but also that it is necessary to receive the signals and data they generate to perform the corresponding monitoring, including at the level of molecular flow and biochemical compounds, as is the case of neurotransmitters produced by the neural tissue or the nervous system (Abd-El-atty, S. M.; Lizos, K.A.; Gharsseldien, Z.M.; Tolba, A.; Makhadmeh, Z.A. 2018). Hence the need to introduce graphene, carbon nanotubes and derivatives to capture these signals and bioelectric markers to capture the information, but also a wireless nano-network to transmit this data outside the human body. It is therefore important to understand that the nano-antennas or nano-rectennas in charge of repeating the signals could not only do so from the inside to the outside, but also perform the opposite process, by modifying the neuronal synapses, for example.
Similarly, (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) assert that a relevant problem in intra-body nano-networks is energy availability (Bouchedjera, I.A.; Aliouat, Z.; Louail, L. 2020 | Fahim, H.; Javaid, S.; Li, W.; Mabrouk, I. B.; Al-Hasan, M.; Rasheed, M.B.B. 2020), for which efficient routing protocols and processes have been developed (Sivapriya, S.; Sridharan, D. 2017 | Piro, G.; Boggia, G.; Grieco, L.A. 2015) that make nano-network operation plausible. Regarding nano-antennas or nano-rectennas, Rong and his team state the following: « One of the biggest challenges of body-centric nano-networks is due to the very limited energy storage of a nanobattery..... Since electromagnetic waves carry not only information but also energy, the rectennas can operate at THz and microwave frequencies, allowing them to work overnight. Since electromagnetic waves carry not only information but also energy (Varshney, L.R. 2008), nano-rectennas can share the same signal that is used to carry information within the nano-networks. Therefore, simultaneous wireless information and energy transfer (SWIPT) is becoming a fundamental technique to power nano-networks and is a promising solution to energy bottlenecks..... One of the main advantages of this technique is that the proposed nanogrids are capable of converting an electromagnetic signal into a direct current without the system being powered by an external source. In addition, the achievable power conversion reaches an efficiency of about 85%. »
These statements are fundamental to confirm that electromagnetic waves, or in other words microwaves, are capable of carrying energy and data simultaneously, and that they can do so in the THz band compatible with the intra-body wireless network. This confirms what was explained in the article on nanocommunication networks for nanotechnology in the human body, published in this blog. This ambivalent energy and data transport phenomenon is known by the acronym SWIPT, which allows us to infer that nano-antennas or nano-rectennas have this property. In fact, the authors claim their ability to convert an EM signal to DC without external power supply, with very high efficiency, which would explain why enough energy is generated and probably stored to run the intrabody network. In fact, according to (Zainud-Deen, S.H.; Malhat, H.A.; El-Araby, H.A. 2017) nanoantennas with a geometric diode such as bowtie or other polygonal type, based on graphene, not only harvest EM (microwave) wave energy, but they can also do so with the infrared spectrum (El-Araby, H. A.; Malhat, H.A.; Zainud-Deen, S.H. 2017 | 2018), which ensures a constant flow of energy.
On the other hand, (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) define the concept of rectennas as: « a combination of an antenna and a rectifier device, typically a diode, for the purpose of harvesting energy in and for nano-arrays, so that EM waves are received by a nano-antenna and then coupled to a rectifier... making them usable for harvesting energy at THz and higher frequencies. Since nano-sized antennas operate in the THz band, their associated rectifier diodes must have a fast response in order to react correctly to the incoming signal and deliver a DC signal (direct current)... The rectenna can harvest energy from the THz signal or from residual energy in the environment ».
However, it is known that rectennas are also capable of transmitting and collecting energy and data in the GHz band, as explained in the work of (Suh, Y.H.; Chang, K. 2002 | Abdel-Rahman, M.R.; Gonzalez, F.J.; Boreman, G.D. 2004). Also of interest in this regard is the work of (Khan, A.A.; Jayaswal, G.; Gahaffar, F.A.; Shamim, A. 2017), in which it is shown that nano-rectangles are capable of harvesting energy from ambient radio frequency (RF) by employing tunneling diodes, which consume virtually no energy during the process of conversion to DC. These tunneling diodes, also known as MIM (metal-insulator-metal) diodes, can provide zero-bias rectification, allowing them to operate over a frequency range of 2 to 10 GHz, which allows them to match the input impedance. In fact, Khan and his team claim that: «Although the real advantage of MIM diodes is at high frequencies (THz range), their zero-bias rectification capability can also be beneficial for harvesting and wireless power at RF frequencies..... Direct current (DC) characterization indicated that the MIM diode could provide a zero-bias response capability of 0.25 V -1 with a decent dynamic resistance of 1200 Ω (Ohms). RF (radio frequency) characterization of the metal-insulator-diode-metal was performed using two methods: 1) S-parameter (diode tunnel barrier thickness) measurements from 500 MHz to 10 GHz, and 2) RF-DC rectification with zero bias. The input impedance results presented can be useful for the integration of MIM diodes with antennas for harvesting applications. The second part of the RF characterization verified the zero bias RF-CC rectification ». In other words, the researchers confirm that nano-reactors can operate in lower frequency ranges and even at radio frequency, which is why they are the ideal method for powering wireless nano-networks and their IoNT (Internet of NanoThings) connection applications.
Returning to the analysis of (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018), their work focuses on the comparison of two types of intra-body nano-rectangles oriented rectors. One of them is the carbon nanotube-based nanoreceptor, which matches the identifications observed in vaccine samples. In this regard, Rong and his team cite the work of (Sharma, A.; Singh, V.; Bougher, T.L.; Cola, B.A. 2015) who proposed CNT (Carbon Nanotube) rectennas: «consisting of millions of nanotubes functioning as nano-antennas, with their insulator-metal (IM) ends to behave as diodes. CNT rectangles have shown great potential for body-centered nanodevice applications and wireless EM energy harvesting». This could confirm that the observed carbon nanotubes and plasmonic nano-antennas are intended, among other things, to provide energy to the nano-network installed with the different inoculations of the vaccine, which would explain the need for several doses to complete the basic energy supply for its perpetual operational maintenance. Developing on the carbon nanotubes rectennas, it is also indicated that «When CNTs absorb electromagnetic radiation, a direct current is generated after rectification through the tip area. This converted current is used to charge a capacitor. The conversion process to direct current (DC) is performed using the THz signal inside the system and the ambient free electromagnetic field, so that the power source of this nano-rectenna generator does not require any other specific external power source ». This suggests that no other components are required for operation.
In addition to CNT nano-rectennas, (Rong, Z.; Leeson, M.S.; Higgins, M.D.; Lu, Y. 2018) compare them to their main proposal, bowtie nano-rectennas « bowtie dipole nano-rectennas, with two triangular sections, have been proposed. The thickness of the antenna is 100 nm, and the nanodiodes, made of graphene and located in the middle of the bowtie antenna spacing area, produce the action of the rectangular antenna. In addition, it can be connected to form a nano-rectenna array. The bowtie dipole antenna receives the electromagnetic radiation and converts the signal into alternating current (AC) to the nanodiode. The diode then rectifies the alternating current (AC) into direct current (DC). » This would confirm the type of plasmonic nano-antennas observed in the vaccine samples, as well as the graphene material used as the link between their triangular sections, which coincides with the presence of graphene detected by Campra in the vaccines. Another relevant detail is that the nano-rectennas can work in arrays or networks, which means that thousands of them can work, as Rong and his team point out, « Since the output power of a single rectenna is 0.11 nW (approximately), if we use an array of these rectennas, the power and size required by the nano-array can be measured..... More elements connected in series can increase the current and power output ». This is demonstrated in the work of (Aldrigo, M.; Dragoman, M. 2014) entitled “Graphene-based nano-rectennas in the far-infrared frequency band” where it is explained that nano-rectennas are capable of harvesting human heat in the infrared frequency band, and that the proposed model is encouraging « both in terms of the rectified current of a single nano-rectenna and the rectified power of a macro-system combining thousands of nano-rectennas ». There is no doubt, then, that nanorectennas are not an isolated feature, but are in fact more common and more numerous than one might at first think. One dose of a vaccine may involve thousands or millions of nanorectins, depending on its scale.
Rong's article continues to provide very relevant clues, this time in relation to the Rectenna CNTs, stating that « the output voltage generated by the CNT rectennas is on the order of tens of millivolts... the channel access scheme for communications will be based on femtosecond pulses to the nano-net . ... the digits 1 (of the binary code) are transmitted using 100 femtosecond pulses, i.e., a long pulse, while the digits 0 are transmitted as silence... since the separation time between adjacent bits is 1000 times the pulse duration (Ts = 100ps), the average power will revert to the nW level. Therefore, the output power of the CNT rectenna is capable of meeting the power requirements of the (nanoarray) system. » This statement confirms what had already been investigated in Corona2Inspect, that nano-networks work with TS-OOK signals for data packet transfer (see nano-networks for nanotechnology in the human body, CORONA system for nano-networks, nano-outers, electromagnetic nano-network software) due to their simplicity and low power consumption. It also confirms that carbon nanotubes can be used for signal and data transmission, as well as energy harvesting, as suggested in the article on nano-pulps and carbon nanotubes in this blog.
According to Rong's calculations, « for a CNT rectenna device, the maximum reported output voltage is 68 mV and for a 25-element bowtie rectenna array, it is 170 mV. Therefore, according to (9), the bowtie rectenna array provides more charge than the CNT rectenna... when these two rectenna devices are used to charge the same supercapacitor (9nF), it is obvious that the CNT rectenna takes longer (more than 6 minutes) due to its very high junction resistance. While for the rectennas bowtie, the resistance is comparatively very low, so it only takes about 6 ms to provide more energy to the capacitor. » This explanation is very important when comparing the two types of rectennas for intrabody nano-arrays. Bow-tie array nano-rectennas perform better than those based on carbon nanotubes. It takes only 6 milliseconds to charge a nanocapacitor. This would explain the presence of these components in micro- and nanoscale vaccine samples. The reference to the ultra-nanocapacitors used to perform the charge test is also relevant. Capacitors are passive electrical devices capable of storing energy by maintaining an electric field. This could raise the question: where is the energy stored in the intrabody nano-networks? The answer is very simple, in a material that is abundant and recognized in vaccines, namely graphene itself. Graphene nanoplatelets and graphene meshes can act as capacitors, as reported in the work of (Bai, J.; Zhong, X.; Jiang, S.; Huang, Y.; Duan, X. 2010), because «graphene sheets in nanoribbons with a width of less than 10 nm can open a band gap wide enough for the operation of a transistor at room temperature »; this is de facto what allows the generation of a magnetic field, as a result of the electric charge transmitted by the nanoribbons. This would explain the phenomenon of magnetic arms (among other body parts) after vaccine inoculation. In fact, if you look at Figure 5, you can see a diffuse nano-mesh (of graphene) similar to that in the scientific literature, which could act as a capacitor. In many cases, these shapes have been found around polygonal, quadrangular, and nano-antenna objects, which seems logical in terms of providing an energetic vestige for the nano-networks.
Finally, among the findings, Rong and his team highlight the following: « With the continuous advancement of SWIPT (simultaneous wireless information and energy transfer) technique, the CNT neural network and the bow-tie neural network pave the way for wireless powering of nanosensors. Since a nano-rectenna is capable of powering nanosensors without an external source and its broadband property makes rectennas a very efficient and promising way to power implanted nanodevices and the human body. The rectenna CNT array can provide the power required for the human body-centered wireless nano-network, estimated to be about 27.5 nW. In addition, the bowtie rectangular antenna array is much smaller, but provides similar power ... Although nano-rectennas cannot provide as high a voltage as a piezoelectric nanogenerator, a bowtie nano-rectennas array is much more efficient by also producing direct current (DC) directly from the THz signal inside the system (the human body) and from the ambient EM signal without any other external power supply to the system. » This seems to clearly indicate that these types of nano-antennas are the right ones, if you want to install intra-body nano-arrays of nano-devices and nanosensors. So it doesn't take a lot of finesse to figure out that the presence of plasmonic nano-antennas in vaccine samples, whether in the form of a bowtie or a cube, or even a prism, as has been observed, is clear evidence of undeclared nanotechnology.
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