This feature compiled for C19 News by Patricia Gallagher.
Celeste Solum Breaking News Graphene Hydrogel & Quantum Dot Application(mirrored)
Celeste Solum is a former FEMA officer.
NAC is the Ticket
People keep asking me what can help the now poisoned ones? Increase glutathione! It is a master antioxidant that grabs wastes from the body. How? Coffee enemas, DMSO, MSM, glutathione supplements, and NAC.
On the Connection Between Graphene Oxide Found in ＂Covid Vaccines＂, Electromagnetic Fields, Blood Clots & Severe ＂Covid＂ Symptoms | How to Remove Graphene Oxide From the Body – NAC (N-acetylcysteine)
Graphene inside the body acquires magnetic properties and is a superconductor. It serves for energy storage and condensation and was a strong candidate. Without yet having any knowledge of what was inside the vial, we realized that the industry or rather the stock market of the graphene industry had high uptrend peaks just as the COVID-19 vaccination campaign was starting at the beginning of the year, late December and early January. But also, quite curious, during the flu vaccination campaign.
When we have seen the possibilities that graphene has, or rather, that graphene oxide nanoparticles have inside the body when it comes to neuromodulation and when it comes to picking up neuronal electrophysiological effects for brain mapping, we have realized the possibility that graphene is being injected. Can graphene be injected? Yes. Graphene can be injected. And, in fact, some scientific papers have already raised the possibility that it could be used as a nanoadjuvant in vaccines. With that hypothesis of suspicion, we did what anyone could have done and what I also recommend that you can do if you have access to a vial.
Does GO explain Covid symptoms and injection toxicity by itself?
Spanish researchers put the Pfizer vaccine under an electron microscope and found it contains 99% graphene oxide and hardly anything else.
There is practically NO evidence that this “vaccine” is gene therapy. There is ZERO genetic material: mRNA or DNA or spike protein. It means this “vaccine” has nothing to do with a so-called virus. This product wasn’t developed to avoid an infection caused by a virus. The true purpose of this product remains hidden. (above from FB via Farber article)
On the wide-ranging toxic destructions of graphene, this article from 2016 in Particle and Fibre Toxicology, spells it out very clearly, and alarmingly.
The Fifth Column: Both the plan and the defense becoming clear
Graphene oxide nanoparticles act as nanobiosensors once they are installed in neurons which will serve both to be read by and lit up to neuromodulate our behavior, emotions and feelings through an AI network. This is the mechanics of the transhuman agenda.
Once the graphene oxide enhanced brains are lit up, their behaviors will be blamed on a new variant as the justification for more booster injections of GO because as a heavy metal, we can eliminate it over time.
La Quinta Columna: 98% to 99% of the vaccination vial is graphene oxide
Richard Delgado to talk show host Jose Javier Esparza: “This is a phenomenon of electromagnetic induction in the metal that adheres near the inoculation area. In addition, we have found that the magnetism then moves towards the head. And this is very important. Surely for the purpose they may seek. In addition, a potential difference is measured with a multimeter: the person becomes a superconductor. That is, it emits and receives signals. And when we found the materials that can cause this type of alterations in the body, we began to talk about graphene. We suspected it was graphene oxide since it had all the characteristics that magnetized people expressed after inoculation. “
La Quinta Columna comments on the mysterious patent that attempts to normalize the use of graphene oxide as a carrier in vaccine. JULY 12, 2021
But I do not know what is more serious: If the fact that they tell us that there is no graphene oxide in the vaccines when there is a preliminary report by a professor of a public university in Almeria describing that they do have graphene oxide —I do not know if that is more serious— or that later they themselves publish, using the Google tool, a patent to give credibility to the standardization of graphene oxide, and that they did it last night.
Official interim report of Pfizer’s vaccination vial analysis explained by La Quinta Columna
As you well know, this is an investigation that, as Delgado and Dr. Sevillano have defined it, ‘they should not have done it themselves’, since that is the work of the people who really have access to these vials and have the means to carry out the pertinent investigations. Both know that compared to renowned people in the area, they are literal nobodies who are risking their careers, but they hope that with this report that with much effort and collaboration of people who could get a vial, they have been able to carry out and thus be able to alert the world population of the dangerous content that the authorities try to normalize and make it look as if it were harmless.
There is a lot of research and evidence that graphene oxide is highly toxic and harmful to health. If you still do not know about this, you can refer to La Quinta Columna’s official website or their official Telegram channel, where they have collected many relevant papers and news to inform those who reach them of the dangers of this component.
La Quinta Columna explains what exactly is the ‘brain tsunami’ that the never isolated SARS-CoV-2 will cause
As in all the interviews he has given for the different Hispanic countries, the biostatistician Ricardo Delgado has made a summary of the findings he has made together with Dr. José Luis Sevillano and the team of collaborators that accompany him.
In this particular interview, La Quinta Columna has made special emphasis in explaining what exactly is the brain tsunami that will cause the alleged SARS-CoV-2 and of which the media warns so much.
Orwell City has gathered the information and brought it into English as quickly as possible.
Dr. Luis Marcelo Martínez: ‘The Spike protein is nothing more than graphene inside your body and spiking you’
On Sunday, June 27, Argentine geneticist Dr. Luis Marcelo Martinez was interviewed by Pedro Moreno in the program Integrantes.
In this interview, Dr. Martinez explains that the pandemic must be treated from an engineering point of view and not only from a health point of view since it was discovered that vaccines contain graphene oxide, but experts in the area of electromagnetism must also be brought in to understand how to deal with what we are experiencing.
Orwell City has selected four points that are relevant and directly related to the findings made by La Quinta Columna and that are of great interest to both the scientific community and the general public.
La Quinta Columna: ‘N-Acetylcysteine, precursor of glutathione, reduces and oxidizes graphene oxide’
As stated in previous articles, La Quinta Columna continues to move forward with its research on how to help the body eliminate excess graphene oxide before it causes thrombotic and cardiovascular-related complications.
Precisely, in the interview conducted with Ricardo Delgado by the channel La Caja de Pandora yesterday, this topic was discussed. He was asked directly what treatments exist for people who want to get rid of this toxic material.
Meet the Human of the Future…
Funded by the European Commission, the Graphene Flagship aims to secure a major role for Europe in the ongoing technological revolution, helping to bring graphene innovation out of the lab and into commercial applications.
From Max Igan’s story, a bitchute video on graphene
The real pandemic – Covid-19 or Graphene Oxide? Poisonous nano-material found in Covid vaccines and face masks
“The [European] Graphene Flagship projects seem to be in the process of developing a solution that’s in search of a problem.” —Terrance Barkan, The Graphene Council, June 2019
In October 2013 the European Union launched two flagship projects: the Human Brain Project (“HBP”); and, the Graphene Flagship (“GF”).
HBP aims to provide researchers worldwide with information & communications technology tools and mathematical models for sharing and analysing large brain data.
GF aims to make Europe the “Graphene Valley” of the world. In total Europe will invest €1 billion into GF as a ten-year push to get graphene innovation out of the laboratory and into commercial applications.
Hemostatic (ability to quicken clotting) applications of Graphene
The development of a sponge based on graphene oxide for the treatment of wounds with bleeding -profuse or chronic-, with antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, is one of the projects currently being developed in the Biomaterials laboratory of the Department of Chemical Engineering of our Faculty of Engineering, whose new facilities were re-inaugurated last Thursday, October 5, on the third floor of the Gustavo Pizarro Building.
The Covid-19 PCR test – A dose of nanoparticles for your brain?
The COVID-19 “vaccines” contain nanoparticles.
Based on whistleblower tips and various indications, the author is investigating with a group of physicians and policy makers whether the PCR swabs also inject nanoparticles into the brains of the tested persons when the samples for the Covid-19 PCR test are being taken.
An important indication is the loss of the sense of smell. Nanoparticles are known to harm the sense of smell: “Nanoparticles damage blood vessels, among other things. These ultra-small molecules impair the ability to smell. They can even mess with learning and memory. Brains exposed to nanoparticles develop abnormal features similar to those found in people with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. And that has scientists worried. New data have begun showing how nanoparticles can pollute our brains. Especially alarming, some can make a beeline directly through the nose and into our thought centers“. The loss of the olfactory sense usually occurs after the COVID-19 PCR test. Pending laboratory testing will provide clarity.
Graphene Masks (still being sold)
By using the latest Graphene technology, we have created a force field around the mask that not only protects you from Covid-19 but, logically protects others if you are asymptomatic.
The graphene lattices are like a dense array of nanoscale blades. Microbes, such as viruses and bacteria, are around 1,000 times larger than the graphene molecules. Meaning that, when the microbes come into contact with the graphene, the graphene acts like a blade, cutting the microbes and killing them. Graphene is not selective in the microbes it kills.
New Graphene Flagship Study predicts greater graphene market penetration by 2025
Graphene Flagship experts identify key opportunities in the commercialization of graphene after a comprehensive three-year analysis of production methods and potential applications.
What happened to the promised applications of graphene and related materials? Thanks to initiatives such as the European Union’s Graphene Flagship organization and heavy investments from leading industries, graphene manufacturing is mature enough to produce prototypes and some real-life niche applications. Now, researchers from the Graphene Flagship partner, the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems Research and Innovation (ISI) in Karlsruhe, Germany, have published two papers that chart the route of the expected future mass introduction of graphene and related materials to the market.
Soon we will consume food with edible graphene (to track what you are eating)
We have already spoken many times about graphene, that material that is already revolutionizing the world of technology, being one of the strongest and lightest materials that human beings have ever known. And from the research that we have known today, in the medium term we could see something like an edible graphene, which would be perfectly integrated into certain foods, with the aim of improving control over them.
Deciphering the magnetism of graphene
Researchers from the CiQUS of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) coordinated by Diego Peña, the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC) and the CIC nanoGUNE advance in deciphering the magnetism of a small triangular piece of graphene, thus expanding the knowledge of this versatile material and its potential applications to different fields of everyday life. This is the first experimental evidence made with a tunnel-effect microscope (which allows images of surfaces to be captured at the atomic level) of innate magnetism in a small triangular structure of graphene.
Remote control of brain activity with heated nanoparticles
Two teams of scientists have developed new ways of stimulating neurons with nanoparticles, allowing them to activate brain cells remotely using light or magnetic fields. The new methods are quicker and far less invasive than other hi-tech methods available, so could be more suitable for potential new treatments for human diseases.
Researchers have various methods for manipulating brain cell activity, arguably the most powerful being optogenetics, which enables them to switch specific brain cells on or off with unprecedented precision, and simultaneously record their behaviour, using pulses of light.
This is very useful for probing neural circuits and behaviour, but involves first creating genetically engineered mice with light-sensitive neurons, and then inserting the optical fibres that deliver light into the brain, so there are major technical and ethical barriers to its use in humans.
Using Graphene as a “drug-delivery” system
Vaccine is one of the most effective strategies for preventing and controlling infectious diseases and some noninfectious diseases, especially cancers. Adjuvants and carriers have been appropriately added to the vaccine formulation to improve the immunogenicity of the antigen and induce long-lasting immunity. However, there is an urgent need to develop new all-purpose adjuvants because some adjuvants approved for human use have limited functionality. Graphene oxide (GO), widely employed for the delivery of biomolecules, excels in loading and delivering antigen and shows the potentiality of activating the immune system. However, GO aggregates in biological liquid and induces cell death, and it also exhibits poor biosolubility and biocompatibility. To address these limitations, various surface modification protocols have been employed to integrate aqueous compatible substances with GO to effectively improve its biocompatibility. More importantly, these modifications render functionalized-GO with superior properties as both carriers and adjuvants. Herein, the recent progress of physicochemical properties and surface modification strategies of GO for its application as both carriers and adjuvants is reviewed.
Statement of Significance
Due to its unique physicochemical properties, graphene oxide is widely employed in medicine for purposes of photothermal treatment of cancer, drug delivery, antibacterial therapy, and medical imaging. Our work describes the surface modification of graphene oxide and for the first time summarizes that functionalized graphene oxide serves as a vaccine carrier and shows significant adjuvant activity in activating cellular and humoral immunity. In the future, it is expected to be introduced into vaccine research to improve the efficacy of vaccines.
Graphene utilized as immunostimulant (vaccine)
Benefiting from their unique physicochemical properties, graphene derivatives have attracted great attention in biomedicine. In this study, we carefully engineered graphene oxide (GO) as a vaccine adjuvant for immunotherapy using urease B (Ure B) as the model antigen. Ure B is a specific antigen for Helicobacter pylori, which is a class I carcinogen for gastric cancer. Polyethylene glycol (PEG) and various types of polyethylenimine (PEI) were used as coating polymers. Compared with single-polymer modified GOs (GO–PEG and GO–PEI), certain dual-polymer modified GOs (GO–PEG–PEI) can act as a positive modulator to promote the maturation of dendritic cells (DCs) and enhance their cytokine secretion through the activation of multiple toll-like receptor (TLR) pathways while showing low toxicity. Moreover, this GO–PEG–PEI can serve as an antigen carrier to effectively shuttle antigens into DCs. These two advantages enable GO–PEG–PEI to serve as a novel vaccine adjuvant. In the subsequent in vivo experiments, compared with free Ure B and clinically used aluminum-adjuvant-based vaccine (Alum-Ure B), GO–PEG–PEI–Ure B induces stronger cellular immunity via intradermal administration, suggesting promising applications in cancer immunotherapy. Our work not only presents a novel, highly effective GO-based vaccine nano-adjuvant, but also highlights the critical roles of surface chemistry for the rational design of nano-adjuvants.
Graphene and next-generation batteries: the most innovative technologies that the EU will bring to the Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress, to be held in Barcelona between February 24 and 27, will host a space with the main initiatives financed by the EU.
The Deep Tech EU pavilion will showcase the latest advances in graphene, neuroscience and quantum technology, as well as a new project on batteries.
Deep Tech EU is the largest exhibition of cutting-edge technologies developed within the framework of the FET Flagships, Europe’s large-scale research initiatives
The invention in the US aims to inject an invisible “vaccination card”
Engineers from a university in the United States invented nanoparticles that, when injected under the skin, emit a fluorescent light that is invisible to the human eye but visible to a smartphone, which could one day confirm that a person has been vaccinated.
The idea is to inscribe the proof of the vaccine on the body itself in developing countries where vaccination cards are often incomplete or misinformed, and where electronic medical records do not exist.
The system, described Wednesday in the journal Science Translational Medicine, has so far only been tested in rats, but researchers – funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – hope to test them in humans in Africa in the next two years, he told AFP. co-author Ana Jaklenec, a biomedical engineer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Bill Gates wants graphene condoms (Nov. 2013)
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded $ 100,000 (about € 78,000) to the National Graphene Institute at the University of Manchester to develop condoms out of this material, according to the BBC. Gates had offered this figure to anyone proposing the creation of a new generation of safe and attractive condoms that would be more palatable to use than not.
Graphene is a thin, transparent material made of pure carbon, up to 200 times stronger than steel and with a hardness approaching that of diamond. This incredible material was first isolated in 2004 at the University of Manchester, earning scientists Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Since its discovery, it had been considered to use graphene in technological products, such as smartphones or broadband lines. However, one of the incentives for using this substance in the development of new condoms is that it can be mixed with latex.
Turkey advances first intranasal vaccine against COVID-19
Turkey’s Minister of Industry and Technology, Mustafa Varank, said that a group of scientists from the company Nanografi, specialized in nanotechnology, is working on the development of what will be the country’s first intranasal COVID-19 vaccine.
In his speech during the opening ceremony of Nanografi’s new graphene production plant in the capital Ankara, Varank said that the nasal spray is expected to be more effective against the disease.
Varank stated that the intranasal vaccine will support Turkey’s efforts in its fight against the coronavirus, adding that the vaccine could be “remodeled” in case the virus undergoes mutations.
The Turkish minister reported that the preliminary stages of the trials were completed successfully and that phase 1 human trials will begin soon.
“Our goal is to launch (a vaccination campaign with) the intranasal vaccine this year, after all clinical stages have been successfully completed,” said the minister.
On the other hand, Varank recalled how difficult it is to process graphene and said that Turkey will be one of the 10 countries that can produce graphene on a large scale thanks to this new investment.
Varank pointed out that graphene will help make more durable materials, ultra-fast rechargeable batteries, faster and lighter airplanes and even bionic devices that can connect to human neurons.
“Bioelectronic medical technologies that offer real-time treatment by reading and changing body electricity will be developed, and corrosion, heating and transmission problems will be solved,” Varank added.
According to a report by the Graphene Council, the cost of the material, the capacity for mass production, the standardization and the certification processes are the main difficulties faced by the producers of this material.
Graphene, which is made from a very compact carbon layer, is lightweight, 200 times stronger than steel, and more conductive than copper.
Magnetic nanoparticles that can remotely modulate neural circuits
Currently, neuroscience researchers rely heavily on invasive procedures to stimulate and record the neural activity of experimental animals. A team of MIT scientists has constructed a type of heat-sensitive, magnetic nanoparticle that can deliver chemical stimulants deep into brain tissues and release them on demand, providing a new means to remotely modulate the behaviors of test subjects.
Liposomal particles are tiny bubble-like structures often consisting of phospholipids bilayers. Due to their biocompatibility, ability to entrap a variety of small and large molecules, and versatility to adopt a wide range of physicochemical and biological properties, liposomes are a popular carrier in biomedical science, capable of delivering anything from plasmid DNA for gene editing, to cytotoxic chemo-agents in cancer therapy.
“NanoGrafi”, graphene producer turned vaccine maker
Graphene is a nearly transparent material that has the highest room temperature electrical conductivity of any known substance. Graphene’s atoms are arranged in a hexagonal arrangement. Although it is a mere one-atom thick, the first two-dimensional material, graphene is also one of the strongest materials in the known universe. With a tensile strength of 130 GPa , graphene is more than 200 times stronger than steel. On top of that, graphene is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity and has interesting light absorption abilities. Thus, scientists and engineers predict that many future applications can be realized using graphene, such as ultrahigh-speed transistors and transparent electrodes, touchscreens (for LCD or OLED displays), solar cells and so on.
Researchers just announced a simple, low-cost way to spray graphene onto substrates at supersonic speeds, delivering stronger aerosolized graphene.
The weaknesses of graphene are well documented.
Basically, while it is practically indestructible in microscopic portions, defects appear by growing or scaling.
It is normally produced in small flakes, and even these small flakes have defects.
Effects of Nano-Graphene Oxide on Testis, Epididymis, and Fertility of Wistar Rats (2017)
Nanoscale graphene oxide (NGO) has great potential in biomedicine by the virtue of its facile functionalization and tunable characteristics. Toxicity assessments have, therefore, become essential prior to its biomedical applications. The present study examined the effects of NGO exposure on male reproductive function of adult Wistar rats. Rats were exposed intraperitoneally to three increasing doses, namely low (0.4 mg/kg BW), mid (2.0 mg/kg BW) and high (10.0 mg/kg BW) dose of NGO. Repeated exposure of NGO for 15 and 30 days resulted in decreased epididymal sperm counts and elevated sperm abnormalities. Percentage of motile sperms was also significantly reduced due to the exposure. Activities of SOD, GPx and malondialdehyde concentration in testes increased in a dose-specific manner. Results of the study demonstrated that high-dose NGO (10.0 mg/kg BW) resulted in considerable histological damage to testicular tissue which included atrophy of seminiferous tubules with reduction in germinal epithelium, germ cell loss and vacuolization. Low and mid doses of NGO were not associated with sperm dysfunction or testis damage. Withdrawal of treatment for 30 days demonstrated significant recovery potential. Histology of epididymis and male fertility potential were not affected due to the NGO exposure. These findings are important for assessment of the risk involved in manufacturing, use and processing of the graphene oxide-based materials towards male reproductive function. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Graphene oxide touches blood: in vivo interactions of bio-coronated 2D materials
Graphene oxide is the hot topic in biomedical and pharmaceutical research of the current decade. However, its complex interactions with human blood components complicate the transition from the promising in vitro results to clinical settings. Even though graphene oxide is made with the same atoms as our organs, tissues and cells, its bi-dimensional nature causes unique interactions with blood proteins and biological membranes and can lead to severe effects like thrombogenicity and immune cell activation. In this review, we will describe the journey of graphene oxide after injection into the bloodstream, from the initial interactions with plasma proteins to the formation of the “biomolecular corona”, and biodistribution. We will consider the link between the chemical properties of graphene oxide (and its functionalized/reduced derivatives), protein binding and in vivo response. We will also summarize data on biodistribution and toxicity in view of the current knowledge of the influence of the biomolecular corona on these processes. Our aim is to shed light on the unsolved problems regarding the graphene oxide corona to build the groundwork for the future development of drug delivery technology.
Superparamagnetic nanoparticle delivery of DNA vaccine
The efficiency of delivery of DNA vaccines is often relatively low compared to protein vaccines. The use of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) to deliver genes via magnetofection shows promise in improving the efficiency of gene delivery both in vitro and in vivo. In particular, the duration for gene transfection especially for in vitro application can be significantly reduced by magnetofection compared to the time required to achieve high gene transfection with standard protocols. SPIONs that have been rendered stable in physiological conditions can be used as both therapeutic and diagnostic agents due to their unique magnetic characteristics. Valuable features of iron oxide nanoparticles in bioapplications include a tight control over their size distribution, magnetic properties of these particles, and the ability to carry particular biomolecules to specific targets. The internalization and half-life of the particles within the body depend upon the method of synthesis. Numerous synthesis methods have been used to produce magnetic nanoparticles for bioapplications with different sizes and surface charges. The most common method for synthesizing nanometer-sized magnetite Fe3O4 particles in solution is by chemical coprecipitation of iron salts. The coprecipitation method is an effective technique for preparing a stable aqueous dispersions of iron oxide nanoparticles. We describe the production of Fe3O4-based SPIONs with high magnetization values (70 emu/g) under 15 kOe of the applied magnetic field at room temperature, with 0.01 emu/g remanence via a coprecipitation method in the presence of trisodium citrate as a stabilizer. Naked SPIONs often lack sufficient stability, hydrophilicity, and the capacity to be functionalized. In order to overcome these limitations, polycationic polymer was anchored on the surface of freshly prepared SPIONs by a direct electrostatic attraction between the negatively charged SPIONs (due to the presence of carboxylic groups) and the positively charged polymer. Polyethylenimine was chosen to modify the surface of SPIONs to assist the delivery of plasmid DNA into mammalian cells due to the polymer’s extensive buffering capacity through the “proton sponge” effect.
Nano coronavirus recombinant vaccine taking graphene oxide as carrier (Patent)
The invention belongs to the field of nano materials and biomedicine, and relates to a vaccine, in particular to development of 2019-nCoV coronavirus nuclear recombinant nano vaccine. The invention also comprises a preparation method of the vaccine and application of the vaccine in animal experiments. The new corona vaccine contains graphene oxide, carnosine, CpG and new corona virus RBD; binding carnosine, CpG and neocoronavirus RBD on the backbone of graphene oxide; the CpG coding sequence is shown as SEQ ID NO 1; the novel coronavirus RBD refers to a novel coronavirus protein receptor binding region which can generate a high-titer specific antibody aiming at the RBD in a mouse body, and provides a strong support for prevention and treatment of the novel coronavirus.
All about graphene: what it is used for, the dangers and its side effects
Graphene is a laminate material that is made up of carbon atoms and is obtained from graphite. Among its characteristics, it is hard, flexible and a conductor of heat and electricity. Currently, it has a multitude of applications in the field of technology.
Specifically, one millimeter of graphite contains three million layers of graphene, a material that only consists of a layer of carbon atoms and that is constituted in a structure similar to that of a honeycomb, that is, hexagonal in shape, according to Graphenano. , a company specialized in nanotechnology.
Enzymatic biodegradation of Graphene (2018)
Myeloperoxidase — an enzyme naturally found in our lungs — can biodegrade pristine graphene, according to the latest discovery of Graphene Flagship partners in CNRS, University of Strasbourg (France), Karolinska Institute (Sweden) and University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). Among other projects, the Graphene Flagship designs based like flexible biomedical electronic devices that will interfaced with the human body. Such applications require graphene to be biodegradable, so our body can be expelled from the body.
To test how graphene behaves within the body, researchers conducted several tests to analyse how graphene was broken down with the addition of a common human enzyme — myeloperoxidase or MPO. Found in the human lungs, MPO is a peroxide enzyme released by neutrophils, a type of cells responsible for the elimination of any foreign bodies. If a foreign body or bacteria is detected, neutrophils surround it and secrete MPO, thereby destroying the threat. Previous work by Graphene Flagship partners found that MPO could successfully biodegrade graphene oxide.
Graphene for water purification
A team from the National University of Science and Technology “MISIS” has discovered that graphene can be used to purify water in collaboration with colleagues from Derzhavin Tambov State University and Saratov Chernyshevsky State University. The new process has made the water drinkable without the need for additional chlorination.
Graphene “captures” bacterial cells to form flakes that can be easily extracted from the water with ultrasound, and this graphene can also be reused. The scientists carried out an experiment that consisted of injecting graphene oxide into solutions (nutrient medium and saline solution) containing E. coli. The test included ‘simulated’ saline water and the nutrient medium simulated by the human body. Graphene and graphene oxide, which is a more stable variant of the material in colloidal solutions, are carbon nanostructures that have exhibited potential application in the field of biomedicine. The two compounds can destroy bacterial cells without the need for supplemental antibiotics.
GO detection in aqueous suspension
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
1. Microscopic study of the sample provides strong evidence for the probable presence of graphene derivatives, although microscopy does not provide conclusive evidence. The definitive identification of graphene, oxidized graphene (GO) or reduced oxidized graphene (rGO) in the RD1 sample requires the STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION through the analysis of specific spectral patterns comparable to those published in literature and those obtained from the standard sample, obtained with spectroscopic techniques such as XPS, EDS, NMR, FTIR or Raman, among others.
2. The analyzes in this report correspond to ONE SINGLE SAMPLE, limited in total volume available for processing. It is therefore necessary to carry out a significant sampling of similar vials to draw conclusions that can be generalized to comparable samples, recording origin, traceability and quality control during storage and transport prior to analysis
GO and lung cancer
Are carbon nanotubes toxic? Mice that have inhaled multilayer carbon nanotubes in a single dose show traces of these nanotubes in their lungs and after several weeks have developed pulmonary fibrosis, one of the causes of lung cancer. James Bonner of the University of North Carolina, Raleigh, USA, and his colleagues have exposed mice to aerosols of nanoparticles (multilayer carbon nanotubes) for 6 hours at both high doses of 30 milligrams per cubic meter and at low doses of 1 milligram per cubic meter. In high doses, macrophages, a type of white blood cell that engulf foreign elements, have engulfed the nanotubes and carried them through the bronchi and bronchioles. After several weeks after exposure, these mice have developed pulmonary fibrosis (small scarlets in the airways) of the subpleural type. At low doses these effects are not observed, as well as at high doses of carbon nanoparticles. Pulmonary fibrosis is associated with the development of some lung cancer. Although the study does not prove it directly, it could be that the inhalation of carbon nanotubes may be the cause of the development of lung tumors. The workers of nanotechnology companies that deal with nanotubes on a daily basis should keep these studies in mind: they should try as much as possible not to breathe an environment loaded with nanotubes. They tell us about it in “Nanotoxicology: Lung penetration,” Nature 461: 1176, October 29, 2009, echoing the technical article Jessica P. Ryman-Rasmussen et al. “Inhaled carbon nanotubes reach the subpleural tissue in mice,” Nature Nanotechnology, Published online: 25 October 2009.
Fuzzy graphene for neuron control
Neurons interact via electrical signals known as action potentials, and modulating the electrophysiology of targeted neurons is a key to understanding the brain on a cellular level. Most current methods require genetic modifications to make cells sensitive to light so they can be optically controlled or are imprecise and require high energies that can damage cells. Writing in PNAS, Sahil Rastogi and colleagues present a remote, non-genetic method to optically modulate neuronal activity by using nanowires of ‘fuzzy graphene’ to make precise contact with brain cells.
Rastogi et al. take advantage of the fact that heating a cell membrane changes its capacitance, which elicits an action potential within the cell. To do this, they attach fuzzy graphene wires — silicon nanowires with out-of-plane graphene flakes — to individual cells. The surface area and density of the graphene flakes on the wires are tuned to increase the absorption of ultraviolet to near-infrared light, which the graphene converts into thermal energy.
Human Augmentation by UK Government
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The Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre (DCDC) has worked in partnership with the German Bundeswehr Office for Defence Planning to understand the future implications of human augmentation (HA), setting the foundation for more detailed Defence research and development.
The project incorporates research from German, Swedish, Finnish and UK Defence specialists to understand how emerging technologies such as genetic engineering, bioinformatics and the possibility of brain-computer interfaces could affect the future of society, security and Defence. The ethical, moral and legal challenges are complex and must be thoroughly considered, but HA could signal the coming of a new era of strategic advantage with possible implications across the force development spectrum.
HA technologies provides a broad sense of opportunities for today and in the future. There are mature technologies that could be integrated today with manageable policy considerations, such as personalised nutrition, wearables and exoskeletons. There are other technologies in the future with promises of bigger potential such as genetic engineering and brain-computer interfaces. The ethical, moral and legal implications of HA are hard to foresee but early and regular engagement with these issues lie at the heart of success.
HA will become increasingly relevant in the future because it is the binding agent between the unique skills of humans and machines. The winners of future wars will not be those with the most advanced technology, but those who can most effectively integrate the unique skills of both human and machine.
The growing significance of human-machine teaming is already widely acknowledged but this has so far been discussed from a technology-centric perspective. This HA project represents the missing part of the puzzle.
Heart inflammation via GO
Objective: Graphene has been widely used for various biological and biomedical applications due to its unique physiochemical properties. This study aimed to evaluate the cardiotoxicity of graphene oxide (GO) and reduced GO (rGO) in vitro and in vivo, as well as to investigate the underlying toxicity mechanisms.
Results: rGO was developed from GO following different doses of gamma irradiation. In vitro experiments in H9C2 cells showed that compared with control cells, both GO and rGO treatment inhibited cell viability, promoted cell apoptosis, and elevated the LDH release. With the increasing radiation absorbed dose, the cytotoxicity of rGO gradually increased. Notably, GO or rGO treatment increased the content of ROS and reduced the mitochondrial membrane potential in H9C2 cells. In vivo experiments also revealed that GO or rGO treatment damaged the myocardial tissues and changed the activities of several myocardial enzymes and the lipid peroxidation indicators in the myocardial tissues.
Conclusion: GO exhibited a lower cardiotoxicity than rGO due to the structure difference, and the cardiotoxicity of GO and rGO might be mediated by lipid peroxidation, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial dysfunction.
DEADLY SHOTS! Former Pfizer Employee Confirms Poison in COVID ‘Vaccine’
By Stew Peters Show – Published July 28, 2021
Rumble — EXCLUSIVE! Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee and current analyst for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, came forward with indisputable documentation that should be shared with the ENTIRE WORLD!
The inoculation being referred to as ‘COVID Vaccines’ is a poisonous death sentence, and nobody should subject themselves to the shots.