The biosecurity technological panopticon constructed by NSF-led PPP with big tech will create, host and facilitate outer wireless network of the panopticon, while NSF-funded IntraBioNets program builds inner network, through the interoperable biocyber wireless network between humans and the Internet, granting health care providers access to critical, private health information to conduct mass disease surveillance of the population.
The system engineers in the outer network formed the Resilient & Intelligent NextG Systems (RINGS), which consist of a public-private partnership (PPP) led by the National Science Foundation (NSF), other federal agencies (including the DoD) and multiple private sector actors, including Apple, Ericsson, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Nokia, Qualcomm Technologies and VMware.
The RINGS program seeks to “accelerate research in areas that will potentially have a significant impact on emerging Next Generation (NextG) wireless and mobile communication, networking, sensing, and computing systems, along with global-scale services.” A total investment of $40 million includes contributions from each of the private partners. Approximately 40 awards were anticipated, each up to $1 million and up to 3 years in duration.
NextG systems are “future versions of today’s cellular, Wi-Fi and satellite networks that are expected to connect billions of people and revolutionize the relationship between users’ devices and cloud services.”
The RINGS program initially appears harmless but, when combined with the IntraBioNets program, the spurious gathering of this PPP alludes to a more sinister intent, when hosting an application that can track and monitor the health of living organisms, including humans, and deliver drug treatments back into the body.
In 2018, NSF, Division Of Computer and Network Systems (CNS), awarded a $300,000 grant of taxpayer dollars to the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, to fund the IntraNetsBio program. This IntraNetsBio program forms the inner network that connects the RINGS program’s work to the biosensor wireless network in the human body.
The goal of the IntraBioNets program was to solve challenges in developing a self-sustainable and bio-compatible network infrastructure that exploits the natural mechanisms of biological communication, on the cellular level, in the human body. The program models biological embedded computing devices that have the capability to gather and transfer information within the biological domain through an interface with the electrical domain of the Internet.
The study produced from the grant titled, PANACEA: An Internet of Bio-NanoThings Application for Early Detection and Mitigation of Infectious Diseases, hopes to “catalyze a revolution in biomedical technologies through advances in molecular communication, integrated systems, bio-nanosensors and synthetic biology to improve human health and quality of life.”
The Internet of Bio-NanoThings (IoBNT) utilizes nano-machines to interconnect intra-body a nano-network that wirelessly interfaces humans to the Internet, with the goal of detecting, diagnosing and treating infectious diseases through remote healthcare providers.
Envisioning what the IoBNT looks like in the human body, from the smallest unit through the interface out to the Internet, it first consists of nano-nodes, the smallest units that, acting as intra-body biological sensors, monitor health in the human body and can transmit over short distances to nano-routers. Bigger in size, having larger computation power and control, the nano-routers transmit simple directives such as on/off. The nano-micro interface facilitates communications between the micro-scale to nano-scale and is the last component that comprises the internal network, in the human body.
With all of this data transfer and communication occurring, the interface must transfer information from the nano-nodes to the user gateway, which could be an advanced mobile device. Once the network within the body is established and the interface is communicating with the mobile device, the mobile device can transmit the data it receives through the Internet to remote health care providers, who can then diagnose and treat infectious disease by delivering signals back into the body so the intra-body nano-machines can synthesize and release drugs into the body.
One challenge for researchers in engineering molecular communication for the IoBNT is trying to manipulate natural mechanisms of cellular communication to transmit that are unnatural. A solution to this challenge is to genetically reprogram cells’ behavior from within their natural communications to get them to modulate accordingly or, essentially, hijack the communication channels of the cells.
The first thing that comes to anyone’s mind that’s been paying attention during the COVID-19 crisis and this mass vaccination agenda is how the mRNA technology in the vaccines has the capability to genetically reprogram the cells. One might inquire if this COVID-19 vaccine is the prerequisite to solving that challenge of cellular communication for the IoBNT.
After speaking with world-renowned former research scientist and molecular biologist, author and Plandemic documentary star, Dr. Judy Mikovitz, she says the likelihood of this being the case is very possible. Dr. Mikovitz cited a study from the University of Virginia, titled, Genetically targeted magnetic control of the nervous system. Mikovitz explained that the authors of the paper created a hypothesis that wanted to be able to deconstruct the neural correlates of behavior and overcome the disadvantages by synthesizing a single component magnetically sensitive actuator, “Magento,” which is a TRPV4 channel (drives charge into the cell), fused to the paramagnetic protein, ferritin.
The results of the paper “present Magneto as a novel actuator capable to remotely controlling circuits associated with complex animal behaviors.” In other words, they can control your behavior with ferritin.
Mikovitz explains that 5G changes the conformation (shape) of hemoglobin, the protein that carries iron, which carries oxygen to tissues so that ferritin Fe2+ is released into the blood and it turns on the cytokine storm that appears to look like COVID. The previous problem was the chemokines, responsible for signaling molecules that traffic the immune cells throughout the body (they bring the fire trucks to the fire), so the scientists in the paper are attempting to do this magnetically to control the behavior of people.
If scientists hook the genetic sequence of ferritin to a protein, it then forms a round self-assembling cage and it can package as many as 9,000 ferritin molecules and then they can artificially move an entire cell.
Prior to a 2019 Nano Letters study, titled, Engineering a Genetically Encoded Magnetic Protein Crystal, it was difficult to get enough ferritin locally to drag the whole cell like you could with a magnet and “this is what we’re seeing with some of those who have been vaccinated [with the covid shot],” Mikovitz says.
This process explains what the researchers aimed to accomplish with successfully achieving the IoBNT. The COVID injection site, reported as heavily magnetized, could serve as a pathway, which the nano-interface communicates with the user gateway. The entire system of IoBNT can communicate through that magnetic site that Mikovitz explains is the localized area in the body full of thousands of those ferritin molecules that are magnetized. Other parts of the body have also been reported to be magnetic as well, other than injection sites, so wearable technology that has the capability to serve as that medium between the body and Internet could be very likely to be adopted for medical surveillance applications, in the near future.
This type of experimentation is attempting to mimic the predictable and definite direction of propagation of cells that require less direction from engineers, as a typical (electromagnetic) IoT network. This unnatural process is dangerous and garners its share of risks. Molecular information propagation is random and does not follow a definite path of transmission so modulating cells, against their natural state, to form these pathways, forcibly, has disastrous consequences.
Myopic scientists, more concerned about lionized egotistical outcomes, fall short in comprehending the turpitude of their work and the future implications of this application. Successfully hijacking the body’s natural communication pathways and altering it unnaturally presents vulnerabilities associated with allowing the human body to be accessible over the Internet, at the whim of health care providers or, worse yet, an AI system governing health surveillance of the human population, which is a baleful prospect.
Humans have been shown to be easily corrupted when given the opportunity so this technology in the wrong hands presents serious challenges. In fact, one of the lead authors of the PANACEA paper was former Georgia Tech professor Dr. Maysam Ghovanloo. In August 2019, Ghovanloo, through his company, Bionic Sciences, Inc., defrauded the NSF by violating a federal wire fraud statute and submitted certifications that contained materially false and fraudulent statements and omissions. While this case was ongoing, Ghovanloo was still being funded by the NSF to work on the IntraBioNets program.
The NSF is an $8.5B independent federal agency and the only government agency charged with advancing all fields of scientific discovery, technological innovation and STEM education. A significant financial contributor to the inception of the NSF was David Rockefeller, a self-proclaimed “proud internationalist” who has admitted to being a “part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States” as cited in his book Memoirs.
Experts that study the IoT and the IoBNT application admit that a person’s bio-nano-thing can be hacked to get their health information and compel BNT to trigger new diseases. The once prophetic warning on bio-terrorism from the man that is behind every major vaccine agenda, Bill Gates, takes on a whole new meaning when understanding how the IntraBioNets program can be hacked remotely and people’s entire thoughts and biology can be altered because the system operators were given a green light, once the general public submitted to the COVID vaccines.
The NextG systems are aimed at resiliency to survive, gracefully adapt to, and rapidly recover from malicious attacks, component failures, and natural and human-induced disruptions. Separately distinct from cyber attacks, human-induced disruptions could only mean that the human agents that are connected to the Internet would have to be tracked, monitored and neutralized to avoid any “human-induced disruptions.”
It’s impossible to manufacture a crisis big enough to trick the population into getting a vaccine that wirelessly connects them to the Internet. The vaccine manufacturers knew the general public would never consent to such a heinous atrocity so they had to withhold the true purpose behind the mRNA vaccines and by the time the general public discovers what is going on, most of the vaccines have been distributed and state vaccination goals achieved.