Tag: nanotech

How Do Nanoparticles Harm – The Nano Blenders Thesis

By Robin D P Watson, Natural Blaze What makes nanoparticles damaging to human health long after exposure? How do they behave in the human body – especially when they are exposed to electromagnetic radiation? When I started my research, I was attempting to understand how asbestos becomes so toxic to most animal species and why…

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Smart Dust – The Future of Involuntary Treatment of the Public

  By Pedro Aquila Smart dust is a name given to extremely small computing particles, RFID chips, or other very small technologies. A popular article from Extreme Tech describes it in the headline: “Smart dust: A complete computer that’s smaller than a grain of sand.” An article from War is Boring is titled “Future Military Sensors…

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Metal Nanoparticle Contaminated Vaccines – Why Size Matters

By Sayer Ji A highly controversial new study on heavy metal contaminated vaccines is under fire, but its detractors fail to understand that, in nano-toxicology, size matters much more than commonly believed. Indeed, sometimes the smaller the size, the greater the toxicity.  Following the publication of a highly concerning new vaccine study conducted by Italian researchers, which…

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Doctor Says Mysterious New Blood Bacteria Seems Like Nanobot Bioweapon (WATCH)

By Era of Wisdom Esteemed Doctor Says Mysterious New Blood Bacteria Seems Like Nanobot Bioweapon (Video) [This is an aggregated video article, in the genres of Health/Hegemony. Image credit: Dr. Nick Delgado]   Era of Wisdom editors note: this is a far out topic, but it is coming from an esteemed doctor with a long resume:…

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Top 3 Health Concerns of Americans Revealed in Surprising New Poll

By Jason Erickson No, it’s not about cancer, heart disease or respiratory disease – which statistically comprise nearly half of all deaths. Surprisingly people are beginning to fear science itself, if a recent poll by Pew Research is any indication. The dual nature of science is a topic frequently covered on this site, with the…

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Microsoft Tallied Iowa Votes, FB Sponsored Presidential Debate: A Look at Technocracy

By Cassius Methyl Guess who’s app tallied the votes at the Iowa Caucus? Microsoft’s app. The failure of this tallying process could have been a critical factor in the need for 6 coin tosses, which of course decided Hilary Clinton’s victory. The statistical odds of Clinton winning all 6 coin tosses was 1 in 64: …

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World “Facing New Flood of Toxins”

The world needs to prepare for a flood of potentially dangerous new pollutants, an international expert in environmental chemistry has warned. Dr Susan Richardson of the University of South Carolina will tell the CleanUp 2015 Conference in Melbourne tomorrow that new contaminants, some of which are just as – or more – toxic than ‘traditional’…

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Proving Nanoparticles in Sunscreen Products

Loads of cosmetics like sunscreen lotions contain titanium dioxide. These nanoparticles are contentious. Experts suspect they may have harmful effects on people and the environment. But it is difficult to prove that the particles are in the lotions. Using a method developed by Fraunhofer researchers, the particles can now be calculated. Cosmetics increasingly contain nanoparticles….

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Bill Gates’ Temporary Sterilization Microchip In Beta Female Testing By End of Year

                        By Heather Callaghan Earlier this week, I wrote about a deal reached that would soon be pumping out medical microchip implants. Meet the new face of medicine that polygamously marries Big Pharma, biotech, nanotech and wireless remote technology. Maybe hooking oneself into the…

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