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We've been nano-chipped already

 
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We've been nano-chipped already
We've been nano-chipped already, unfortunately.

Type into google scholar these terms "self assembling protein" as you type them, look at the nanoarrays and microarrays, so "self assembling protein micro" and "self assembling protein nano", "serial circuits", "parallel circuits", "nano wire" "micro wire" comes up, too.

The proteins can assemble micro/nano chips inside of us, with the metals/materials that are already present in our bodies.

Over ten years ago they've been working on this tech. Easily could've sprayed us from above with the same tech, years ago.
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What do the chips do?
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What do the chips do?
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Basically record how many times you jack off.
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I've wondered about this too.
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What do the chips do?
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Basically record how many times you jack off.
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Survey says: Those are rookie numbers, you gotta get those numbers up.
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What do the chips do?
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Basically record how many times you jack off.
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Survey says: Those are rookie numbers, you gotta get those numbers up.
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They use a fan to record your masturbation numbers.

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Everyone has been exposed. Morgellons is when the self assembling nanobots malfunction and end up as sores. Apparently a high powered magnetic wand will disable them.
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Everyone has been exposed. Morgellons is when the self assembling nanobots malfunction and end up as sores. Apparently a high powered magnetic wand will disable them.
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Stop being a dirty rotten sodomite.
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What do the chips do?
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Mind control...when you are sleeping, drone pilots navigate you around to do their evil bidding...
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The matrix inside of us
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GREAT ANOTHER THING TO WORRY ABOUT!
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What do the chips do?
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Mind control...when you are sleeping, drone pilots navigate you around to do their evil bidding...
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Kelly Woods, do you need a house fire?
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if anything it will be 5G related. Maybe death once they turn up 5g . People wearing mask all day long will be the first to die
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Nanoparticles are found in every major product and Molecular bond to specific cells after inhalation inducing, heart attacks, strokes and other diseases.
This is accomplished by exciting the particulates with directed energy. Thus the term DEATH PARTICLES! DEATH SQUADS COVERTLY USE THESE TYPES OF AGENTS. Yes, they exist.


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We've been nano-chipped already, unfortunately.

Type into google scholar these terms "self assembling protein" as you type them, look at the nanoarrays and microarrays, so "self assembling protein micro" and "self assembling protein nano", "serial circuits", "parallel circuits", "nano wire" "micro wire" comes up, too.

The proteins can assemble micro/nano chips inside of us, with the metals/materials that are already present in our bodies.

Over ten years ago they've been working on this tech. Easily could've sprayed us from above with the same tech, years ago.
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Not 10 years, 56 years! This was first developed by Professor Richard Fenyman, 1965 Nobel laureate, in the 1960s.
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Great post
When you are afraid of losing your life, you have already lost your life.

Don't be afraid.
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Charles Lieber. Much has been scrubbed from the Internet. This will be too.

Research Interests
Chemistry and physics of materials with an emphasis on rational synthesis, hierarchical assembly and fundamental physical properties of nanoscale wires; nano-bioelectronics with a focus on real-time, ultra- sensitive detectors, revolutionary tools for single cell measurements, and three-dimensional innervation of synthetic tissue and organs; brain science with an emphasis on long-term mapping and modulation of neural activity in live animals, studies of fundamental problems in neuroscience, including memory, learning and cognition, and the development of implants for the treatment of disease.
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Publications
Lieber has published over 400 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals. His original work has had a defining influence on the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, where his publications have been cited overall more than 106,800 times, his top 10 papers have been cited more than 29,500 times, and his h-index (impact factor) is 144. Based on his citation impact scores, Lieber was ranked #1 in Chemistry for the decade 2000-2010 by Thomson Reuters. Publications are as follows:
1. C.M. Lieber, C.M. Gronet and N.S. Lewis, “Evidence against surface state limitations on efficiency of p-Si/CH3CN junctions,” Nature 307, 533-534 (1984).
2. M.L. Rosenbluth, C.M. Lieber and N.S. Lewis, “630-mV open circuit voltage, 12% efficient n-Si liquid junction,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 45, 423-425 (1984).
3. C.M. Lieber and N.S. Lewis, “Catalytic reduction of CO2 at carbon electrodes modified with cobalt phthalocyanine,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 106, 5033-5034 (1984).
4. N.S. Lewis, R. Domingues, C.M. Gronet, C.M. Lieber, M.D. Rosenblum, G.W. Cogan, J.F. Gibbons and G.R. Moddel, “Design of efficient semiconductor/liquid junction interfaces in nonaqueous solvents,” in The Chemistry and Physics of Electrocatalysis (eds. J.D.E. McIntyre et al.). The Electrochemical Society: Princeton, 1984).
5. C.M. Lieber and N.S. Lewis, “Probing polymer effects on chemical reactivity: Ligand substitution kinetics of Ru(NH3)5(H2O)2+ in Nafion films,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 107, 7190-7191 (1985).
6. C.M. Lieber, M.H. Schmidt and N.S. Lewis, “Reaction entropy measurements for transition- metal ions bound to Nafion-coated electrode surfaces,” J. Phys. Chem. 90, 1002-1003 (1986).
7. C.M. Lieber, M.H. Schmidt and N.S. Lewis, “Kinetic studies of ligand substitution rates for the Ru(NH3)5(H2O)2+ ion in Nafion films,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 108, 6103-6108 (1986).
8. C.M. Lieber, “Probing polymer induced reactivity effects in modified electrode catalyst systems,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 133, 442C-444C (1986).
9. C.M. Lieber, J.L. Karas and H.B. Gray, “Reversible long-range electron transfer in ruthenium- modified sperm whale myoglobin,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 109, 3778-3779 (1987).
10. J.L. Karas, C.M. Lieber and H.B. Gray, “Free energy dependence of the rate of long-range electron transfer in proteins. Reorganization energy in ruthenium-modified myoglobin,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 110, 599-600 (1988).
11. C.M. Lieber, J.L. Karas, S.L. Mayo, A.W. Axup, M. Albin, R.J. Crutchley, W.R. Ellis and H.B. Gray, “Long-range electron transfer in ruthenium-modified metalloproteins,” Trace Elements in Man and Animals 6 (eds. L.S. Hurley and C.L. Keen), Plenum Press: New York, 19
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What do the chips do?
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Basically record how many times you jack off.
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oh fuck!...just kidding
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Where in the world is Charles Leiber? Charged with treason/selling state secrets. They let him out on bail? That seems strange. Published research indicates he was studying virology. Look at the names in the papers. Connect to Wuhan. Connect to Epstein. Connect to Gates. Cellular permeablity, interruption of electron transport chain, destruction through 5G pulsed electromagnetic waves. They don’t need needles.
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if anything it will be 5G related. Maybe death once they turn up 5g . People wearing mask all day long will be the first to die
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This , and it's soooo obvious!
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What do the chips do?
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Basically record how many times you jack off.
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oh fuck!...just kidding
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God hates jagoffs
U get aids then depending what u were thinking about or looking at
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Charles Lieber. Much has been scrubbed from the Internet. This will be too.

Research Interests
Chemistry and physics of materials with an emphasis on rational synthesis, hierarchical assembly and fundamental physical properties of nanoscale wires; nano-bioelectronics with a focus on real-time, ultra- sensitive detectors, revolutionary tools for single cell measurements, and three-dimensional innervation of synthetic tissue and organs; brain science with an emphasis on long-term mapping and modulation of neural activity in live animals, studies of fundamental problems in neuroscience, including memory, learning and cognition, and the development of implants for the treatment of disease.
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Publications
Lieber has published over 400 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals. His original work has had a defining influence on the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, where his publications have been cited overall more than 106,800 times, his top 10 papers have been cited more than 29,500 times, and his h-index (impact factor) is 144. Based on his citation impact scores, Lieber was ranked #1 in Chemistry for the decade 2000-2010 by Thomson Reuters. Publications are as follows:
1. C.M. Lieber, C.M. Gronet and N.S. Lewis, “Evidence against surface state limitations on efficiency of p-Si/CH3CN junctions,” Nature 307, 533-534 (1984).
2. M.L. Rosenbluth, C.M. Lieber and N.S. Lewis, “630-mV open circuit voltage, 12% efficient n-Si liquid junction,” Appl. Phys. Lett. 45, 423-425 (1984).
3. C.M. Lieber and N.S. Lewis, “Catalytic reduction of CO2 at carbon electrodes modified with cobalt phthalocyanine,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 106, 5033-5034 (1984).
4. N.S. Lewis, R. Domingues, C.M. Gronet, C.M. Lieber, M.D. Rosenblum, G.W. Cogan, J.F. Gibbons and G.R. Moddel, “Design of efficient semiconductor/liquid junction interfaces in nonaqueous solvents,” in The Chemistry and Physics of Electrocatalysis (eds. J.D.E. McIntyre et al.). The Electrochemical Society: Princeton, 1984).
5. C.M. Lieber and N.S. Lewis, “Probing polymer effects on chemical reactivity: Ligand substitution kinetics of Ru(NH3)5(H2O)2+ in Nafion films,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 107, 7190-7191 (1985).
6. C.M. Lieber, M.H. Schmidt and N.S. Lewis, “Reaction entropy measurements for transition- metal ions bound to Nafion-coated electrode surfaces,” J. Phys. Chem. 90, 1002-1003 (1986).
7. C.M. Lieber, M.H. Schmidt and N.S. Lewis, “Kinetic studies of ligand substitution rates for the Ru(NH3)5(H2O)2+ ion in Nafion films,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 108, 6103-6108 (1986).
8. C.M. Lieber, “Probing polymer induced reactivity effects in modified electrode catalyst systems,” J. Electrochem. Soc. 133, 442C-444C (1986).
9. C.M. Lieber, J.L. Karas and H.B. Gray, “Reversible long-range electron transfer in ruthenium- modified sperm whale myoglobin,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 109, 3778-3779 (1987).
10. J.L. Karas, C.M. Lieber and H.B. Gray, “Free energy dependence of the rate of long-range electron transfer in proteins. Reorganization energy in ruthenium-modified myoglobin,” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 110, 599-600 (1988).
11. C.M. Lieber, J.L. Karas, S.L. Mayo, A.W. Axup, M. Albin, R.J. Crutchley, W.R. Ellis and H.B. Gray, “Long-range electron transfer in ruthenium-modified metalloproteins,” Trace Elements in Man and Animals 6 (eds. L.S. Hurley and C.L. Keen), Plenum Press: New York, 19
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Yep and he was getting paid $50,000 a month from China.





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