This is a short post from a friend of mine- He is beyond brilliant.....genius, I'd say
"Are you ready???
You are all implanted with inhaled and ingested Electrospun Self-Assembling Holographic Bio-NEMS and Bio-MEMS In-Vivo In-Situ Intracellular Nanoprobes from the Eloah Formicidae under orders from the Austra Albus.
T-Wave Radiation from the LEONID Platform coupled with Steered Beam-Forming from Phased Arrays that uses Constructive Heterodyned Spatial-Modulated Scalar for Remote Neural Monitoring and Alteration of all of your thoughts and emotional states.
The nanoprobes transmute our neural tissue into wetware transceiver which allows interfacing with A.I. by using the quantum fractal holographic blueprint of our deoxyribonucleic acid helix as a fractally keyed cypher for a duplexing telecommunications repeating station-(You)!
This is from another friend of mine.... who happens to be friends with the person who posted the information that I put in the beginning of this thread:
Fear feeds the #Ai system. Alleviate it.it is an influence. The weaponized smart grid has been utilizing human pineal function and the collapse of the quantum wave function inherent to human observation. This is done through the use of resonate frequency expenditure which is coupled with ai quantum super computers which have parameters that if superceded raise the abstraction levels. This is able to be achieved on an individual basis and to a collective mass of people simultaneously. I will link an official DARPA solicitation for a brain reading device which utilizes EEG type technology to read brainwaves through WiFi and our devices ie phones,tablets,computers,etc ... I will also link a link from DARPA with the subject matter of interpretation of biological signals into digital signals in "real time". It is globally implemented and completely dependant on fiber optic technology.
Phase 2 - Morgellons: Morgellon's can strike anyone. It's a direct problem from the nano-fibers, whether intentional or accidental. The body's immune system can't see or recognize the fibers at all. So when the body can't accept the fibers anymore it beings to push them out through the skin. But the skin is a barrier because the fibers are too large. So the skin breaks up which is why people get lesions. Note that technically everyone has morgellons (nano-fibers), the actual mogellon's symptoms are when the person's body tries to get rid of them the only way possible. Some more conclusions can be seen here and examples within media references including this.
: Active microtubule networks exhibit internally generated flows. From Spontaneous motion in hierarchically assembled active matter
Tim Sanchez, Daniel T. N. Chen, Stephen J. DeCamp, Michael Heymann & Zvonimir Dogic
Nature 491, 431–434 (15 November 2012) doi:10.1038/nature11591
Active microtubule networks exhibit internally generated flows.
a, Schematic illustration of an extensile microtubule–kinesin bundle, the basic building block used for the assembly of active matter. Kinesin clusters exert inter-filament sliding forces, whereas depleting PEG polymers induce microtubule bundling. b, Two microtubule bundles merge and the resultant bundle immediately extends, eventually falling apart. Time interval, 5 s; scale bar 15 µm. c, In a percolating microtubule network, bundles constantly merge (red arrows), extend, buckle (green dashed lines), fracture, and self-heal to produce a robust and highly dynamic steady state. Time interval, 11.5 s; scale bar, 15 µm. d, An active microtubule network viewed on a large scale. Arrows indicate local bundle velocity direction. Scale bar, 80 µm.
Please look at image above closely, you will see where the smaller forms attach to others to make the strand. These assemble active matter, which includes melanin. IMO. Bundles extend, when these go deep they effect the muscles. My arm and right hand fall asleep. These often collect in the wrists, shoulders, knees, knuckles etc. Ganglions are bundles of these IMO.
The concept that binding proteins influence actin dynamics by exploiting intrinsic structural plasticity of the filament may extend to other proteins; recent EM work showed that binding of fimbrin, a cross-linking protein, induces changes in filament internal structure . We hypothesize that tropomyosin, a coiled-coil protein that binds cooperatively along the filament and antagonizes cofilin binding, might function by inducing (or stabilizing) the more ordered, canonical helical state. Even end-binding proteins might function in part by inducing structural changes in the filament. Two barbed-end binding proteins, formins and gelsolin, both nucleate filaments with altered internal structures. If diverse actin-binding proteins take advantage of intrinsic structural plasticity of the filament to promote their own cooperative binding and to regulate interaction of the filament with other proteins, then we expect a rich variety of higher-order behaviors to emerge, which could promote diversity in structure and function of cellular actin assemblies.
Now if microtubules can be accessed directly? this again would be a way in for the wireless control?
Magnetic Control of Protein Spatial Patterning to Direct Microtubule Self-Assembly Living systems offer attractive strategies to generate nanoscale structures because of their innate functional properties such as the dynamic assembly of ordered nanometer fibers, the generation of mechanical forces, or the directional transport mediated by molecular motors. The design of hybrid systems, capable of interfacing artificial building blocks with biomolecules, may be a key step toward the rational design of nanoscale devices and materials. Here, we have designed a bottom-up approach to organize cytoskeletal elements in space using the self-assembly properties of magnetic nanoparticles conjugated to signaling proteins involved in microtubule nucleation. We show that magnetic nanoparticles conjugated to signaling proteins involved in microtubule nucleation can control the positioning of microtubule assembly. Under a magnetic field, a self-organized pattern of biofunctionalized nanoparticles is formed and leads to the nucleation of a periodical network of microtubules in Xenopus laevis egg extract. Our method shows how bioactive nanoparticles can generate a biochemically active pattern upon magnetic actuation, which triggers the spatial organization of nonequilibrium biological structures. Keywords: self-organization; protein signaling; magnetic nanoparticles; biological materials; self-assembly; microtubule; magnetogenetics pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nn4022873
Templated Nanocrystal Assembly on Biodynamic Artificial Microtubule Asters
Microtubules (MTs) and the MT-associated proteins (MAPs) are critical cooperative agents involved in complex nanoassembly processes in biological systems. These biological materials and processes serve as important inspiration in developing new strategies for the assembly of synthetic nanomaterials in emerging techologies. Here, we explore a dynamic biofabrication process, modeled after the form and function of natural aster-like MT assemblies such as centrosomes. Specifically, we exploit the cooperative assembly of MTs and MAPs to form artificial microtubule asters and demonstrate that (1) these three-dimensional biomimetic microtubule asters can be controllably, reversibly assembled and (2) they serve as unique, dynamic biotemplates for the organization of secondary nanomaterials. We describe the MAP-mediated assembly and growth of functionalized MTs onto synthetic particles, the dynamic character of the assembled asters, and the application of these structures as templates for three-dimensional nanocrystal organization across multiple length scales. This biomediated nanomaterials assembly strategy illuminates a promising new pathway toward next-generation nanocomposite development. Keywords: microtubule; microtubule-associated proteins; dynamic assembly; aster; microtubule organizing center; nanocrystals; quantum dot pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nn303998k[/quote]
tash: Hi skizit, I have watched all your videos on youtube and cant thank you enough for all you have educated me on. I cry for you alot and a bit for me. I was wanting to send you photos of what is raining down everyday here in Australia in hope you can tell me
Dec 11, 2019 23:28:22 GMT -5
tash: not sure where to send them as hush mail and rocket mail bounced back
Dec 11, 2019 23:30:03 GMT -5