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Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements using fibers and nanoparticules

 
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Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements using fibers and nanoparticules
The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.



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So, now we know who has been causing random leg cramps.
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STRANDS? NANOPARTICLES?


Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis in which individuals have some form of actual skin condition that they believe contains some kind of fibers

Spraying nano-sized titaniumdioxide into the atmosphere to combat climate change
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STRANDS? NANOPARTICLES?


Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis in which individuals have some form of actual skin condition that they believe contains some kind of fibers

Spraying nano-sized titaniumdioxide into the atmosphere to combat climate change
[link to www.bitsofscience.org]
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Mans imagining were evil from the being. This said By THE Lord God.
Sorry I got a headache

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women's souls!

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LE LOL

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THAT AMOMOLY CHAP, HE CAMT VE COMTROLLED...

IS THAT THE ISSUE

IM HERE TO HELP...

OOOO TAI TAI TAI

AVEREDERACADEVARAE...


for those of advemturous vemt...


work it out....
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STRANDS? NANOPARTICLES?


Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis in which individuals have some form of actual skin condition that they believe contains some kind of fibers

Spraying nano-sized titaniumdioxide into the atmosphere to combat climate change
[link to www.bitsofscience.org]
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Wow!
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Re: Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements using fibers and nanoparticules
The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.



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VACCINES.
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*runs to the store to buy many rolls of tin foil*
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There is far more to the brain than firing synapses.
Nice scare tactic though.
Like voodoo.
Learn to backchannel. Very easy.
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There is far more to the brain than firing synapses.
Nice scare tactic though.
Like voodoo.
Learn to backchannel. Very easy.
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NBC suits are ineffective with nanoparticles.
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Now try remotely hacking without opening someone's brain
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Look up air loom gang on search engine.

But...you live in the internet basically now. The higher the frequency of the wifi likely harder to "get out". Web within a web of sorts.
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THAT AMOMOLY CHAP, HE CAMT VE COMTROLLED...

IS THAT THE ISSUE

IM HERE TO HELP...

OOOO TAI TAI TAI

AVEREDERACADEVARAE...


for those of advemturous vemt...


work it out....
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Unstopppable.Keep on Breaking.
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The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.



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And because this has been done in a lab in small scale, 90% on this site are sure it's happening to them...
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So, now we know who has been causing random leg cramps.
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^^This

lmao
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Now you know why they've been legalizing pot everywhere. They getting as many people to inhale these nanobots as much as possible.
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Which is why Bill Clinton didn't inhale.
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Re: Scientists remotely hacked a brain, controlling body movements using fibers and nanoparticules
The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.



[link to bgr.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


STRANDS? NANOPARTICLES?


Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis in which individuals have some form of actual skin condition that they believe contains some kind of fibers

Spraying nano-sized titaniumdioxide into the atmosphere to combat climate change
[link to www.bitsofscience.org]
 Quoting: Goneviral





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The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.



[link to bgr.com]
 Quoting: Goneviral


STRANDS? NANOPARTICLES?


Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis in which individuals have some form of actual skin condition that they believe contains some kind of fibers

Spraying nano-sized titaniumdioxide into the atmosphere to combat climate change
[link to www.bitsofscience.org]
 Quoting: Goneviral





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It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons...
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huh, it's begining, soon it may be wireless

I didn't expect steering wheel for humans, but some joystick could do the job

tomato
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The effort, led by physics professor Arnd Pralle, PhD, of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, focused on a technique called “magneto-thermal stimulation.” It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons — but once the minimally invasive procedure is over, the brain can be remotely controlled via an alternating magnetic field. When those magnetic inputs are applied, the particles heat up, causing the neurons to fire.



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 Quoting: Goneviral





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It’s not exactly a simple process — it requires the implantation of specially built DNA strands and nanoparticles which attach to specific neurons...
 Quoting: Goneviral


huh, it's begining, soon it may be wireless

I didn't expect steering wheel for humans, but some joystick could do the job

tomato
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So, now we know who has been causing random leg cramps.
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hacking for money!


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So, now we know who has been causing random leg cramps.
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And my morning wood.
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This gives the devil a hard on im sure, this tech wont be used for anything good





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