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More on bio nanotech:

See photos at link:

https://shepherdsheart.life/blogs/news/invading-legion-of-hydrogel-quantum-dots-robotic-devils-revealed


Invading Legion of Hydrogel & Quantum Dots Robotic Devils Revealed


by Celeste Solum August 28, 2021

CLASSIFICATIONS OF FUSED BIOLOGICAL ROBOTS


What is in hydrogel and Quantum Dot?  I am so glad you asked!

MECHANICAL TOOLING NANO ROBOTS
Force Clamps:  Robotic clamps that will forcibly hold synthetic edits into your body structure until they are fused.

Pylons:  Robotic towers are erected that will be used to bring electrical impulses into your body including the structure used to support the nano particles injecting their payload into your body.

Calipers:  Robotic instrument for measuring external or internal dimensions, having two hinged legs resembling a pair of compasses and in-turned or out-turned points.  Internal locusts anyone?

INFORMATION RELAYS NANO ROBOTS
Robotic Networks:  Robots whose task will be to connect (link) you with artificial intelligence, people, and things.

Nanoactuators:  A robotic device for moving or controlling you.

Accordion Racks:  Robots with angle comprised of 6-by-6 meshes (666) controlled by the length of the DNA locks. A. This is a DNA locking system, once they have you where they want you. 

Robotic Domino Arrays: A robotic reconfigurable DNA origami domino array (DODA), which is a set of keys (DNA strands) that added to your DNA using cryptographic data. There is an ownership transfer of keys once these arrays are set up. Remember, Jesus holds the keys to life and death.

MEDICAL NANO ROBOTS
Robotic Imaging tools: Robotic imaging software is a type of graphic design software inserted into your body that is used to create, edit and manipulate images into your body. Consider, you are created in the Divine Image.  Do you want another image in your body?

Robotic Antibody Sensors:  Antibody-based robots permit the rapid and sensitive analysis of a range of pathogens and associated toxins and transfer of this data directly to Public Health, from deep inside your body without you ever knowing about it.

Robotic Pliers:  Robots with small pincers like a crab for holding small objects or for bending and cutting wire, used in the retooling and rewiring of your body.

Nanorobots:  Nanoscopic robots about the size of an atom.

Robotic Encapsulation:  Robots that are enclosing or sequestering your God given biological processes from the growing hydrogel.

Robotic NanoCages:  Robots that 3D chains that cage you.  These chains cage your proteins and are tunable to various frequencies.

PHOTONICS /PLASMONICS NANO ROBOTS
Robotic Meta-molecule Beacons:  Hybridized robotic probes that are used in a real-time targeting of your DNA using florescent dyes.

Robotic AU NR Walkers:  Robots that insert synthetic DNA-based motors into your body.

Robotic Nanoclocks:  A shapeshifting flexible or "metamorphic" nano device, independently controllable elements, that can rotate- enlarging or contracting the total surface area of the device, with or without altering the enclosed volume of the entire nano machine.  It maintains the structural integrity of the hydrogel away from your soon to be dead body. 

EXTERNAL FIELD DRIVEN NANO ROBOTS
Robotic arms and claws:  Robots with arms and claws deployed into your body to grab whatever they are told to seize and mangle.

Robotic Nanohinges:  A robot that will hinge synthetic materials to your body until your body becomes one with it (fusing).

Robotic Nanorotors:  A robot that can change the spin of electrons and atoms in your body.

Robotic Swimmers:  Robots that either can move on solids or swim in fluids when exposed to a physical or chemical stimulus.  Untethered small-scale swimmers, which include both small-scale robots and motors, are tiny architectures made of a single micro- or nanostructures.  They will be sold to you as microscopic nanobots swimming around in our bloodstream monitoring our health, clearing debris and toxins and keeping us healthy from the inside out. 

AUTONOMOUS NANO ROBOTS
Robotic Walkers/Motors:  Tiny biological robots that “walk” on filaments in your body to deploy payloads. 

Robotic Rotary Apparatus:  A robot that has an upper and a lower chamber. Think of this as a counterfeit heaven and hell in your body.  The compartments are kept  distinct while the hydrogel grows and takes over your body.

Interacting Dynamic Robotic Populations:  Control task of robots interaction with a dynamic environment based on the stability of a closed-loop control system, such as your immune system. Think of these as internal Slaughterbots.

These robots multiply and crawl through your body and turn you from a human into a hybrid, and quite possibly into a synthetic entity.

If you allow them in, you cannot get them out.

What can you do?  Say NO to anything with hydrogel or Quantum Dot.  This includes testing, vaccinations, and medications.  You are the the Image Bearer and Ambassador of Jesus Christ.  You cannot allow Legions of robots and strange images into your body.

Blessings of robotic-free health under exclusive management by Almighty God,
Celeste

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Celeste has worked as a contractor for Homeland Security and FEMA. Her training and activations include the infamous day of 911, flood and earthquake operations, mass casualty exercises, and numerous other operations. Celeste is FEMA certified and has completed the Professional Development Emergency Management Series.

Train-the-Trainer
Incident Command
Integrated EM: Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Mitigation
Emergency Plan Design including all Emergency Support Functions
Principles of Emergency Management
Developing Volunteer Resources
Emergency Planning and Development
Leadership and Influence, Decision Making in Crisis
Exercise Design and Evaluation
Public Assistance Applications
Emergency Operations Interface
Public Information Officer
Flood Fight Operations
Domestic Preparedness for Weapons of Mass Destruction
Incident Command (ICS-NIMS)
Multi-Hazards for Schools
Rapid Evaluation of Structures-Earthquakes
Weather Spotter for National Weather Service
Logistics, Operations, Communications
Community Emergency Response Team Leader
Behavior Recognition
Celeste grew up in military & governmental home with her father working for the Naval Warfare Center, and later as Assistant Director for Public Lands and Natural Resources, in both Washington State and California.

Celeste also has training and expertise in small agricultural lobbying, Integrative/Functional Medicine, asymmetrical and symmetrical warfare, and Organic Farming.


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There are many types of nanobots and nano biosensors they can inject into humans to accomplish many different goals such as:

1.  Monitoring the function of organs
2.  Sending that data to a smartphone for AI blockchain ledger tracking and recording
3.  Making a platform or scaffolding for receiving microwave signals outside the body and give directions to the nanobots
4.  Remote drug delivery
5.  In essence making the human body into it's own pharmacy which can create any drug necessary internally
6.  Switches----that operate to kill certain cells or to enact certain biological processes including the killing of cancer cells (kill switch?) and an on/off switch for fertility or even enact transsex operations on male or female organs
7.  Assembly for performing internal operations on organs

and on and on...

Hydrogel allows the body to accept the nanotech, rather than reject and scar, and make it fuse to the internal organs.  It is the umbrella or "Mother" of biosensors and other internal nanotech.

Graphene is just one of the substances that can be fused into the body with the use of hydrogel and has favorable electrical properties.

Here are some of the examples of bio nanotech being used today:



https://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=5761

An Overview of Nanobots and the Most Recent Developments

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Sarah Moore
By Sarah MooreJun 16 2021
Nanotechnology has exploded in recent years, with research growing and the establishment of new and exciting applications that exploit the unique properties of nanoparticles, particularly in medicine, electronics, and materials science.



Nanobots are currently disrupting the biomedicine sector, with developments in cancer diagnosis and drug delivery. Image Credit: Corona Borealis Studio/Shutterstock.com

Nanoparticles, measuring just 1-100 nanometers, are unique to their bulk material counterpart, with their small scale gifting them properties that can be leveraged into new applications, making technologies possible that previously had been out of reach.

Nanotechnology continues to gain traction, with estimations that it will reach a global net worth of over $8.6 billion by 2025.

While many nanotechnology projects are still in the research and development phase, significant advancements are being made continuously as scientists discover more about how nanoparticles can be used in different scientific fields.

Here, we discuss the latest developments in the segment of nanobots. These tiny, nano-sized robots are currently disrupting the field of biomedicine, with particular advancements occurring in applications such as cancer diagnosis and drug delivery.

Xenobots
Recent research has helped to establish xenobots, tiny robots that are less than 1 mm in length and constructed of 500-1000 living cells. They have been created in a variety of basic shapes, including some with legs. Studies have shown they can effectively move linearly or circularly, join with other xenobots to act collectively, move tiny objects, and live for around 10 days.

Scientists believe that these xenobots could be developed in numerous ways that could positively impact human, animal, and environmental health, although their status as "programmable living robots” made from living, organic tissue raises ethical concerns.

While there is some uncertainty about the future of xenobots due to ethics, scientists working in this field are excited about their potential applications in cleaning up microplastics from the ocean, scavenging toxins and radioactive materials from dangerous places, the more efficient and effective targeted delivery of drugs, and the repair of cells and tissues.

Cancer Diagnosis
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Early diagnosis is a key strategy in the fight against cancer. However, due to the nature of cancer, current diagnostic techniques have their limitations. For example, recent years have seen the development of techniques that measure various biomarkers as a method of early diagnosis, although these techniques are limited due to the new concentrations of such biomarkers in body fluids.

Nanotechnology offers a route to highly sensitive and specific early diagnostics for cancer. Scientists have worked on developing nanobots that can precisely measure key cancer biomarkers at low concentration levels, enabling the early detection of multiple types of cancer and overcoming the limitations of currently available methods.

Studies have shown how the efficacy of biosensors can be enhanced with the addition of nanoparticles. These tiny molecules help to provide specific targeting and improve the sensitivity of the sensors via their increased surface-to-volume ratio.

Precision Medicine
Scientists are exploring the efficacy of DNA robots at destroying cancer cells. Scientists have successfully programmed strands of DNA to move through the blood to deliver blood-clotting drugs to the site of the tumor, cutting off their blood supply and preventing growth.

Many recent studies have highlighted the potential future use of nanobots in drug delivery. The current results are promising, suggesting that nanobots could soon be used in humans to deliver drugs with increased levels of efficacy and accuracy. This more efficient delivery may also help to reduce the harmful side effects associated with current therapeutics.

A team of researchers recently carried out in vitro experiments with nanobots, visualizing their movements with a combination of optical microscopy and Positron Emission Tomography (PET).

Related: The Applications of Nanorobotics in the Biomedical Industry
After learning how the nanoparticles were capable of migrating, the team tested the nanobots in a murine model, injecting the nanobots intravenously to mice. They coated the nanobots with urease, an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of urea, and found that the nanobots swam instantly to the bladder, resulting in induced fluid flows. The data was evidence of the collective movements of nanobots that resemble those found in nature.

The researchers described the collective movement of nanobots and “Nanobot swarms” and indicated that they could be particularly useful in viscous media, helping to deliver drugs with greater levels of precision.

It is theorized that nanobots could be used to deliver drugs to the eye, gastrointestinal tract, and joints. Scientists foresee that nanobots could be developed so that they are tailored to deliver drugs to specific parts of the body by adapting the nanobot to the fuel that exists in the environment where they are intended to deliver the therapeutics, (e.g. in the case of urease to direct them to the liver).

Creating a ‘Global Superbrain’
A final interesting development in nanobot research is using nanotechnology to establish a ‘global superbrain’ where human thought, theoretically, could be transferred to an artificial interface, establishing a human ‘brain-cloud interface’.

Scientists theorize that nanobots may be used in the future to wirelessly transmit information stored in the brain to a cloud-based supercomputer network, allowing real-time data extraction and brain-state monitoring. However, before this application of nanotechnology can become a reality, it must go under a significant phase of research and design as well as overcome the ethical and moral implications of the technology.

References and Further Reading
Observed in vivo the collective movement of nanorobots. EurekAlert!. Available at: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-03/ef-oiv031521.php

Nanobots/Nanorobots Market Worth 8,685.7 Million By 2025 at 11.73% CAGR. Global Newswire. Available at: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/02/23/2180785/0/en/Nanobots-Nanorobots-Market-Worth-8-685-7-Million-By-2025-at-11-73-CAGR-Investment-in-R-D-of-Nanorobotics-to-Influence-Growth-of-Global-Market-Says-Market-Research-Future-MRFR.html

Zhang, Y., Li, M., Gao, X., Chen, Y. and Liu, T., 2019. Nanotechnology in cancer diagnosis: progress, challenges and opportunities. Journal of Hematology & Oncology, 12(1). https://jhoonline.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13045-019-0833-3

Disclaimer: The views expressed here are those of the author expressed in their private capacity and do not necessarily represent the views of AZoM.com Limited T/A AZoNetwork the owner and operator of this website. This disclaimer forms part of the Terms and conditions of use of this website.

Sarah Moore
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After studying Psychology and then Neuroscience, Sarah quickly found her enjoyment for researching and writing research papers; turning to a passion to connect ideas with people through writing.




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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Fr. Ribiero da Silva Separated from the SAJM
« Last post by aegis on Yesterday at 11:45:30 PM »
As someone that saw the Fr. Rodrigo consecration case from here, I must say that I never saw a "Sedevacantist event" shake so much the BR catholics. Many were foaming at the mouth.
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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Fr. Ribiero da Silva Separated from the SAJM
« Last post by aegis on Yesterday at 11:42:32 PM »
B) He is unstable to a troubling degree. (What next? He'll join a conclavist group? Get consecrated bishop or elected Pope? Go back to the Novus Ordo or maybe join the FSSP?)
Aged like wine.
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Funny Stuff for Catholics / Re: Funny Stuff
« Last post by Todd The Trad on Yesterday at 11:35:52 PM »
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Anσnymσus Posts Allowed / Bp Fellay took the COVID jab?
« Last post by Matthew on Yesterday at 10:40:20 PM »
From the Mailbag --


I asked [my priest] if, when he talked about Bishop Fellay having been jαßßεd, if that was conjecture or known fact. He replied that it's public knowledge, and "it's the only way he's free to travel the world as he does". So I tried to search CathInfo for anything about this and your search engine showed that the most recent mention of "fellay" on CathInfo was November 11, 2016. That was simply putting that name in the search bar and setting the sort by "latest first". Am I doing something wrong? Have you seen or heard any information regarding +F getting the jαß?
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Catholic Living in the Modern World / Re: Blockchain Slavery
« Last post by Miser Peccator on Yesterday at 10:23:43 PM »
WEF:

We won't just edit genomes, but write a new code for life.  We'll have write level permissions.  We've already started to see some of that this year.  Covid 19 vaccines make use of engineered code...

25seconds


That vid got removed but I found it here:

https://ne-np.facebook.com/pageforcriticalthinkers/videos/synthetic-biology-includes-crispr-the-gene-editing-technology-currently-being-us/385567316294904/


And here is more:
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/04/global-technology-governance-summit-gtgs-future/1. Synthetic biology could change the world

Synthetic biology includes CRISPR, the gene-editing technology currently being used to fight COVID-19. “We’re talking about improving biology and redesigning organisms for beneficial purposes,” said Professor Amy Webb of New York University’s Stern School of Business.

“It's going to allow us to not just edit genomes but also, and importantly, to write a new code for life – we will have write-level permissions,” she added. “This could and will transform not just health but also materials. I can’t think of an area in which we won’t see a significant improvement.”
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SSPX Resistance News / Elevator pitch for the Traditional Movement
« Last post by Matthew on Yesterday at 10:17:43 PM »
Here is my latest summary of the Traditional Movement, and our chapel's mission in particular. Once again, I had someone writing in looking for the "Latin Mass" and this particular man was looking for FSSP chapels. Interesting he ended up at my humble wordpress website rather than, oh I don't know, the FSSP's own website?

Here was my response. I think it's a good summary of what the Traditional Movement is all about.
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St. Dominic's is your basic "Traditional Chapel" set up as a lifeboat of sorts, where Catholics can attend the Tridentine Mass (and receive the other sacraments) from priests who were properly formed (St. Thomas Aquinas philosophy and theology, etc.) and whose ordination validity is beyond reproach. Chapels like ours have sprung up around the country since Day 1 when Vatican II and the New Mass happened in 1969. Just the latest in a long line of chapels in the "Traditional Movement". My own parents were married at an independent chapel in 1975.

We believe that Truth comes even above authority, when the two are in conflict. We don't enjoy the Crisis in the Church (we didn't create it) but we believe God calls us to save our souls, just as God has called souls to sanctity and salvation in every other era.

We believe that God doesn't change, and the Faith doesn't change. It doesn't need to be "updated" to accommodate the Modern World, which was the central purpose of Vatican II (once that council was hijacked by the Freemasons, that is).

We believe that Catholics don't need permission -- no, not even from the Pope -- to keep the Catholic Faith and save our souls. In fact, it's a command and an obligation from God to do so. The proof that we have something to resist can be found in the sorry state of the post-Vatican II
Catholic Church -- so many Catholics ignorant of their faith, Catholic morality, using birth control, and practicing indifferentism ("any faith will save you"). Most of the Catholics who "stayed" after Vatican II have since lost their Faith, or at least absorbed countless heresies about Purgatory, the Mass, the Blessed Virgin, Intercession of Saints, etc. It's a long topic.

No, there is no FSSP in the San Antonio area. There are not a lot of options for the Tridentine Mass in this area -- whether Indult/approved by Rome or "Traditional Catholic". It's a real desert around here.
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I don't even think he has to go that far. He just has to mandate vaccine passports for entry into any facility owned by the Vatican. After that I think to take care of any edge cases there would be a blanket ad orientem ban. That will cover "conservative NO" as well as any Latin Masses.
And then the Great Apostasy would be complete.
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I pray that he leaves the papal office, how he does that, is up to him, or up to Almighty God, depending on how it happens.

But I just wonder what it will be like, if Tagle is the next pope, abrogates Quo primum (or attempts to), and says that the TLM may never be celebrated by any priest, anywhere, under any circumstances, "we have moved on, we have completed what Francis started, if you want a Latin Mass, you will have the Novus Ordo in Latin, if enough people in a diocese want that".

My mother-wit tells me that of those who attend the indult/motu Mass, about half would go to the SSPX and similar venues (you wouldn't have an FSSP or ICKSP anymore), and about half would return to the Novus Ordo.
I don't even think he has to go that far. He just has to mandate vaccine passports for entry into any facility owned by the Vatican. After that I think to take care of any edge cases there would be a blanket ad orientem ban. That will cover "conservative NO" as well as any Latin Masses.
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