Neural Dust

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Smartdust is a system of tiny microelectromechanical systems, such as sensors, robots or other devices that can detect light, vibration, magnetism, temperature and chemicals. Smartdust and Neural Dust are operated on wireless signals feeding back sensor information into artificial intelligence computer networks, which are further used to perform a variety of tasks that are programmed by the operator.

Neural Dust also allows for wirelessly powered bundles of artificial nerve sensors that collect ranges of data, to be sent back to brain-computer interfaces that are used for a variety of synthetic telepathy applications, where that statistical data can be further analyzed or leveraged. Neural dust more specifically can activate action potentials in a cell, spiking nerve impulses, which is the central role of cell to cell communication. These interactions allow the cells to communicate with each other, building cell connectivity in response to changes that are occurring in the environment. This means the propagation of artificial signals being wirelessly transmitted are being designed for inciting action potential and nerve impulses in the cells of a biological person, which interferes with the natural signals that occur in cell to cell communication. Extremely low frequencies artificially transmitted into the electromagnetic field directly affects intercellular communication. Cell to cell communication is necessary for not only maintaining healthy cell tissue, but in the natural biological function of cellular telepathy. Loss of communication signaling between the cells in a human body, results in entropy of the cell, which causes diseased cells, and this spreads cancer and tumors.

Nanotech biosensors can be injected directly through vaccinations, coated in a film on pharmaceutical pills, inhaled from nanoparticle sprays, and placed in the food and water supply where it would remain undetected through current conventional methods used by the public agencies that provide overall quality testing. Nanoparticles can also cross cell membranes. It has been reported that inhaled nanoparticles can reach the blood and reach other organ systems accumulating in the liver, heart or blood cells. There are almost no publications on the effects of engineered nanoparticles on animals and plants in the environment, and this is not accidental. [1]

Internet of Things (IoT)

An example of multiple interfaces that could interact with Synthetic Telepathy technology in the mainstream would be the network of physical devices that are included in the Internet of Things. The concept and implementation of the Internet of things (IoT) is being pushed by the Controllers at this time for greater ease of “smart home” technologies that open the door to in-home surveillance through an array of embedded nanotech biosensors.


See Also

Synthetic Telepathy