Harrison Smith: Mind control via remote control is coming soon

“American Journal” host Harrison Smith has warned that direct control over the mind via remote control is soon coming. During a recent episode of his program, Smith played two video clips of a beetle with a brain implant that can be controlled by remote control. “It’s not enough anymore to simply manipulate you through the information that … Continue reading Harrison Smith: Mind control via remote control is coming soon

Not just another tracking device: Hand-implanted MICROCHIP includes ANTENNA used for tracking payments, people and possibly nanoparticles from COVID-19 injections

The new “bio-safe and secure” implantable microchip called “Walletmor” is for sale right now by a London-based company, and it’s mainly used for contact-less payments for consumer goods, but is there much more to it than that? About the size of a grain of rice and weighing about one gram, the miniscule microchip also contains an antenna … Continue reading Not just another tracking device: Hand-implanted MICROCHIP includes ANTENNA used for tracking payments, people and possibly nanoparticles from COVID-19 injections

Internet of Bodies: Implantable microchips could put all your information in one place and make you ‘hackable’

Implantable microchips are now being marketed as the ultimate in convenience, but their goal is to ultimately create the Internet of Bodies (IoB) – an ecosystem of sensors designed to monitor, analyze and modify human bodies and their behavior. They would allow you to open doors without keys or buy things without your wallet. Sweden is one of … Continue reading Internet of Bodies: Implantable microchips could put all your information in one place and make you ‘hackable’

Scientists look to create chimeric mRNA vaccines that can be deployed through food

Scientists have been doing research to create chimeric mRNA and deliver it through food. Research from the University of California Irvine and University of California, Riverside found the future of vaccines to look more like getting a salad than getting a shot in the arm. Yes, scientists are now studying whether or not they can turn edible plants into … Continue reading Scientists look to create chimeric mRNA vaccines that can be deployed through food

Implantable chips for humans to be implemented globally

An implantable microchip designed to read Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination status could be implemented globally – whether we like it or not. This was according to Hannes Sjoblad, the managing director of Dsruptive Subdermals, a company based in Spain that has already developed the chip. Dsruptive Subdermals is marketing the chip as a way of having a COVID-19 vaccination … Continue reading Implantable chips for humans to be implemented globally

Covid microchips are coming “whether we like it or not,” warns developer

Hannes Sjoblad is lashing out against critics who say that his company’s new implantable microchips that track people’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccination status are “invasive.” The director of DSruptive Subdermals, based in Sweden, told the public in a recent media interview that his company’s chips are here now “whether we like it or not,” and that … Continue reading Covid microchips are coming “whether we like it or not,” warns developer

Mark of the Beast is here: Subcutaneous quantum dot “vaccine passports” from Bill Gates are ready to be injected into human subjects

Just as the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) was being unveiled to the world back in late 2019, a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) conveniently rolled out a new injectable marking method to label, identify and track people based on their “vaccination” status. Funded in large part by billionaire eugenicists Bill and Melinda Gates, the transdermal patch … Continue reading Mark of the Beast is here: Subcutaneous quantum dot “vaccine passports” from Bill Gates are ready to be injected into human subjects

Here come the tattoo marks – Scientists want to stamp children with invisible ink to prove they’ve been vaccinated

Just a few months before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) was publicly announced, scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) announced the completion of a Mark of the Beast “tattoo” technology for children to keep track of their vaccination records. The microchip, which can be implanted directly into the skin, was designed with special invisible dye that can be … Continue reading Here come the tattoo marks – Scientists want to stamp children with invisible ink to prove they’ve been vaccinated

Water purifier inspired by mangrove trees can remove salt from water

  Researchers have developed a new type of water purifier that mimics the way mangrove trees remove salt from salt water. This study not only offers a better understanding of the plants’ plumbing system, it could also lead to creating new desalination technologies. An engineering feat that has long baffled scientists is how mangroves survive their environments … Continue reading Water purifier inspired by mangrove trees can remove salt from water

Unexplained excess mass in human chromosomes puzzles scientists

  Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, only one of which determines a person’s sex-linked characteristics. The remaining 22 pairs contain bundles of genetic instructions that help determine the other, non-sex-related traits. Since the discovery of DNA, researchers have endeavored to learn all there is to know about these coded sequences, including how much they weigh. … Continue reading Unexplained excess mass in human chromosomes puzzles scientists