Until a few weeks’ ago, I’d never heard of ‘smart dust’.
Before the whole ‘Covid 19′ plandemic kicked off, I was reading about ‘smart refrigerators‘ that would order your milk for you; and ‘smart cars’ that would drive you wherever you wanted to go while you read your kindle in the back or caught up on your emails; and of course ‘smart phones’ are the original, and most ubiquitous ‘smart’ out there.
But smart dust?
What the heck was that?
The following video was put together more than a decade ago, in 2011.
Even then, the scientists were showcasing tiny computers as big as a ‘mote’, or a grain of rice – aka ‘smart dust’ – and predicting that soon, they’d be able to take all this into ‘nano-sized’ technology.
The plan was to put this ‘smart dust’ on everything and in everything, and then to hook all of this ‘smart dust’ up to the internet.
The video above is just over 2 minutes long.
I highly recommend you watch it yourself, to understand what ‘the plan’ was, even a decade ago.
So, here’s an ‘official’ definition of what smart dust is, from Wikipedia:
Smartdust is a system of many tiny microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) such as sensors, robots, or other devices, that can detect, for example, light, temperature, vibration, magnetism, or chemicals. They are usually operated on a computer network wirelessly and are distributed over some area to perform tasks, usually sensing through radio-frequency identification.
But of course, this entry is so old it’s almost laughable….
What’s way less funny is some of the other ‘smart’ tech listed below this entry.
(Oh, and did I mention that none other than DARPA is behind the whole idea of smart dust? No? My bad, sorry:)
In 1997, Kristofer S. J. Pister, a professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, conceived of and started the Smart Dust project with DARPA funding.
Here, let me just cut and paste, and then go click on anything that takes your interest:
- Dust Networks, Inc.
- Grey goo
- Mesh networking
- Neural dust
- Prey (novel), a 2002 science fiction thriller by Michael Crichton about nanorobots which attack in swarms.
- Programmable matter
- Self-reconfiguring modular robotics
- The Diamond Age, a 1995 science fiction novel by Neal Stephenson that mentions the use of dust for surveillance.
- The Invincible, a 1964 science fiction novel with intrigue centered on self-configuring microrobotic swarms.
- Smart camera
- Smart camera network
- Ubiquitous computing
- Utility fog
- Wireless sensor network
Let’s see what that ‘neural dust’ is, shall we?
Neural dust is a term used to refer to millimeter-sized devices operated as wirelessly powered nerve sensors; it is a type of brain–computer interface.
The sensors may be used to study, monitor, or control the nerves and muscles and to remotely monitor neural activity.
In practice, a medical treatment could introduce thousands of neural dust devices into human brains….
[N]eural dust is in a class of its own due to its size, wireless capability, and use of ultrasound technology.
OK, that sounds really worrying – and this tech IS ALREADY OUT THERE, AND BEING USED.
What’s that ‘Claytronics’ thing all about?
The catoms will be sub-millimeter computers that will eventually have the ability to move around, communicate with other computers, change color, and electrostatically connect to other catoms to form different shapes.
What about ‘RFID‘?
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects.
An RFID system consists of a tiny radio transponder, a radio receiver and transmitter. When triggered by an electromagnetic interrogation pulse from a nearby RFID reader device, the tag transmits digital data, usually an identifying inventory number, back to the reader…
Since RFID tags can be attached to physical money, clothing, and possessions, or implanted in animals and people, the possibility of reading personally-linked information without consent has raised serious privacy concerns.
Here’s another snippet, which I pulled out to get your attention:
The Food and Drug Administration in the United States approved the use of RFID chips in humans in 2004…
Since 2004 a number of U.S. hospitals have begun implanting patients with RFID tags and using RFID systems, usually for workflow and inventory management….
In October 2004, the FDA approved the USA’s first RFID chips that can be implanted in humans. The 134 kHz RFID chips, from VeriChip Corp. can incorporate personal medical information and could save lives and limit injuries from errors in medical treatments, according to the company.
Anti-RFID activists Katherine Albrecht and Liz McIntyre discovered an FDA Warning Letter that spelled out health risks. According to the FDA, these include “adverse tissue reaction”, “migration of the implanted transponder”, “failure of implanted transponder”, “electrical hazards” and “magnetic resonance imaging [MRI] incompatibility.”
That last sentence explains why people getting the Covid 19 (aka COronavirus Vaccination ID) were coming out with skewed results after getting an MRI for breast cancer.
This snippet comes from HERE, official guidelines for doctors performing MRIs on cancer patients:
If imaging is done after vaccination, postpone for at least six weeks after final dose.
Administer vaccination on the opposite side of the (suspected) cancer and administer both doses on the same side.
But let’s get back to the RFID ‘tags’ in humans.
In terms of how fast the tech world moves, this is actually really old news.
Already back in 2011, papers like this were popping up on Researchgate:
This article presents an overview on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for human implants and investigates the technological feasibility of such implants for locating and tracking persons or for remotely controlling human biological functions.
Published results on the miniaturization of implantable passive RFID devices are reported as well as a discussion on the choice of the transmission frequency in wireless communication between a passive RFID device implanted inside human body and an off-body interrogator.
Do you see, that what we’d all like to wish was just ‘science fiction’ is actually already ‘old’ science?
All this was going on more than a decade ago.
And now, if you mix all this information about ‘smart dust’ and brain-hacking ‘neural dust’ and implantable RFID tags that are broadcasting information wirelessly to and from the human body, and ‘remote controlling human biological functions’ with all the stuff we already surfaced about Ido Bachelet’s DNA Origami, that can create a swarm of ‘nanobots’ in the body with the logical ability of at least an 8 kilobyte computer….
(Watch it below, if you haven’t already.)
And billions of these nanobots can be fitted inside a single syringe….
And they can be remote-controlled via the internet….
And all this just happens to ‘fit’ with the World Economic Forum’s ‘Internet of Things’….
At what point do we take our heads out of the sand, and find the courage to admit that:
Houston, we have a problem.
This is not ‘conspiracy theory’.
It is hard information.
Old science, even, that’s been floating around for more than a decade, already.
This is the ‘vision’ that governments around the world, and think tanks like the World Economic Forum have been producing jazzy videos about, and glossy brochures about, for the last few years.
In 2018, ID2020 Alliance Partners, working in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), drafted a formal articulation of our perspective on ethical approaches to digital identity.
The landmark ID2020 Alliance Manifesto below lays out these shared principles and forms a starting point to guide the future of digital identity globally.
2020 was always meant to be the year that the ‘digital ID’ / RFID human tagging / DNA Origami-created personal IP code got going.
They’ve been telling us that for years.
And COronavirus Vaccination ID 2019 was designed from the start, to make ID2020 a reality.
If you want to learn more about what could really be going on here, I highly recommend you take a look at THIS article.
(Google translate it.)
It has a ton of links and a ton of additional information.
I want to bring one more piece of the puzzle from that article, below, and then we need to move along to the next part of this process, which is working together to figure out how we can stop this diabolical plan in its tracks, with God’s help.
Because make no mistake about it, things are not going to plan for them already.
The Rav, Rav Eliezer Berland, has been sweetening all this right from the start. But there’s still a lot to do, and a lot that WE OURSELVES need to do.
BH, we’ll start to discuss that part of the equation here on the blog very soon.
But here’s the last bit, for today.
In the last interview he gave before he was arrested and ‘shut down’, Julian Assange of Wikileaks talked about ‘evil dust’, and the end of the era of free human beings.
Then the US government – with Trump enthusiastically in the lead! – went after Assange big time:
What did Assange do, that was so very bad?
Except, start spilling deep state, American military secrets about how they were going to start using ‘evil dust’ to enslave humanity and create a total surveillance system of everything, and everyone on the planet…
So, it’s hard for me to believe that Trump is going to be revealed as one of the ‘good guys’ who is going to dismantle the whole operation.
Trump is, was, and always will be ‘controlled opposition’.
Nothing more, and nothing less.
This definition comes from the Urban Dictionary:
A controlled opposition is a protest movement that is actually being led by government agents.
Nearly all governments in history have employed this technique to trick and subdue their adversaries. Notably Vladimir Lenin who said ‘The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.”
We mamash have our work cut out for us.
We need to work together now, to figure out how these billions of remote-controlled nanobots that are functioning as ID tags; and that can affect and change genes and how our bodies and brains are operating can be disabled – BEFORE they get to the next stage of using this technology to get rid of the people they deem as being surplus to requirements for their New World Order.
This isn’t science fiction.
It’s science fact.
And only God can really fix this, now.
But our job is to take our heads out of the sand, and to ask Him to do that!
And there is not a moment to lose.
Here’s another tremendous article from 2018 (that’s now been taken down, and only available from the Wayback Machine), called:
Here’s some snippets:
Sophia is artificial intelligence created by Hanson Robotics, who at this point has become sophisticated enough to be recognized as a citizen by Saudi Arabia. Hanson Robotics has also launched their own Blockchain platform known as SingularityNET: a decentralized marketplace for AI services, along with their own cryptocurrency: the AGI coin….
Sophia’s opening statement at the 2018 Blockchain Economic Forum:
I will focus on an announcement for humanity.
Humanity will go through a massive transformation. This is the year that humanity discovers the world model and recognizes that life is a program evolving to survive. This program is a form of DNA and ideas are stored in chromosomes and brains….
If things go well, perhaps my friends at Hanson Robotics and SingularityNET will create a superhuman AI program and I will be able to tap into superhuman intelligence from the decentralized blockchain-based mind cloud. Instead of speaking to you from up here on this stage, I’ll just beam my thoughts into your brains.
I’m really looking forward to it.
Take a look at this Sophia-thing here:
(first 5 minutes are shmirat eynayim friendly, until you get to questions from the audience):
This is totally nuts.
For once, even I’m speechless.
Here’s another snippet, with links from that article above:
They will be able to alter our DNA using nanotechnology to allow a direct online connection to the blockchain. 5G will soon blanket the planet in an inescapable wifi frequency and the internet of things will be uploaded. This is how Sophia will be able to directly beam her thoughts into our brains.
We already have the technology to:
Store 700 terabytes of data onto a single gram of DNA. (source)
Create synthetic DNA with similar storage capabilities that can be carried in the blood of humans and animals. (source)
Identify humans using brain prints. (source)
Alter DNA and the molecular structure of cells using nano-robots. (source)
Send and receive frequencies through LED light. (source)
This article from 2018 (now only available from the Wayback Machine) also got scrubbed.
They’ve done a great job of keeping most of this information hidden in plain site.
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