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BLINKING SENSORS IN MORGELLONS SKIN
October 2, 2010
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You may not understand the technology in this video but you need to know the information comes from a reliable source so I included the technology. Just skip over the screens you can't understand and you will get the overall concepts. Don't be afraid of what you don't know.
"Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance"-See Richard P. Van Duyne, Northwestern University Chemistry Dept.,
See 'Photovoltaic Cells to Power Biological Nanorobots Inside the body"
As the fields of bionanotechnologies develop, it will become possible one day to use biological nanodevices such as nanorobots for in situ and real-time in vivo diagnosis and therapeutic intervention of specific targets. A prerequisite for designing and constructing wireless biological nanorobots is the availability of an electrical source which can be made continuously available in the operational biological environment (i.e. the human body).
Several possible sources -- temperature displacement, kinetic energy derived from blood flow, and chemical energy released from biological motors inside the body -- have been designed to provide the electrical sources that can reliably operate in body (read: "Nanopiezotronics -- a pathway to self-powering nanodevices").