Nano-weapons call for a new status of the sky – a status of a national park

A plea for the world petition

Some time ago, I wrote an article The Impact of Climate Geoengineering on Agriculture, where I presented the results of the decade long climate geoengineering found by some American authors. I thought I was already done with this hence I couldn’t do much. Then the sky started looking more and more like in a science fiction.

Strange hallo around the Sun

Strange hallo around the Sun

Again, I thought I’m done with this topic, and guess what, I stumbled upon an article Nano-weapons: Tomorrow’s Global Security Threat, where the author Greg Bonadies writes about three decades old idea presented by Eric Drexler (1980, 1986) about “kinematic cellular automata, built from reconfigurable molecular modules.” Or, as they are called today: self-replicating nano-robots (replibots). The general idea is that the genetic engineering and nanotechnology enable the scientists to produce self-replicating nano-robots (synthetic DNA) that perform various tasks when they attach themselves to the host. A host could be any living being that has a DNA and RNA, cells. No insane idea is farfetched enough for the military, and self-replicating nano-robots seem to be an ideal weapon – invisible to the naked eye and programmed to perform the tasks with the utmost nano precision, without any losses. The ideal soldiers, thus. Actually, it is all in one, weapon that threatens to destroy all life on the planet and the ideal soldiers that perform the task invisibly no matter what.

While I was gathering material to write the article for my blog issuesandsuggestions.wordpress.com, I came across Morgellons, as those affected call them. What those victims describe, resembles the working of the self-replicating nano-robots (replibots), described in Greg Bonadies article. So, I guess, they might have been already tested.

Actually they have been tested already. In Plaid Zebra we can read that DNA nanobots will target cancer cells in the first human trial using a terminally ill patient (27th March, 2015). The next one in the same web magazine we can read that Engineers just developed nano-robots that can reduce CO2 levels by 88% in seawater (10th October, 2015). It seems that nanobots are in full swing, and the pattern is the same as usual. First, the human concerns are addressed and made public, so it all looks benevolent and goodhearted. But usually, behind the scenes, some other development might go on. So, if we believe that the nanobots are going to be used solely for benevolent purpose, then we haven’t read enough history books. Like for instance the paragraph below – it does make us presume that the cause of the so called Morgellon disease is nonobots. So, were the victims chosen deliberately or was this some experiment gone wrong?

Now 71, Mitchell has been ill for eight years, which she describes as a “survival blur.” In fact, she’s been sick throughout her whole life — polio, scarlet fever, dengue, abscessed ovaries — and now suffers from the skin disorder Morgellons, a “weird, incurable disease that seems like it’s from outer space,” which many doctors find mysterious, and which Mitchell has described this way: “Fibers in a variety of colors protrude out of my skin like mushrooms after a rainstorm. They cannot be forensically identified as animal, vegetable, or mineral.”

Joni Mitchell, Unyielding, Carl Swanson, New York Magazine

http://nymag.com/thecut/2015/02/joni-mitchell-fashion-muse.html#

Now, maybe watching this happening might not be enough for life on the planet we live upon. I wonder, how would it be if the sky would be given the same status as national parks have, where no experiments and other atrocities (wars, for instance) are allowed. Just how many people would have to sign such a petition for the UN to give the sky the same status and rights as the national parks on Earth have?

Thermal Depolymerisation (TDP) of Waste

I’m not very knowledgeable in chemistry. Yet the thermal depolymerisation of waste video »400$ Billion Dollar Secret« drew my attention. It looks like advertorial to me. But nevertheless we should consider processing waste and sludge in this way than by burning or burying it or other ways currently used, if the presented data on TDP is correct. The presented process shows processing of waste back into gasoline, fuel and other materials. Yet despite the relief to know that something more thorough and efficient then common practices is possible it was awkward to watch how an assembly line of turkey that duration limit has exceeded entering the thermal depolymerisation. We can easily imagine other living beings in such situation.

For decades I live nearby a city waste dump. Now it is closed, grass over its surface, and it produces fuel for the nearby urban setting. Before using it as a source of fuel it started burning repeatedly. Fire workers had to put out the fire quite often. Before it became a dump the huge hole was used as a gravel pit and a local swimming option; it was surrounded by fields, small forests and meadows. After the local authorities decided to use it to dump the waste from one major and some smaller cities, all wells downstream were polluted, people and animals stared getting sick, the vegetables were of dubious quality and the stank spread all around. After it was closed the local authorities couldn’t find another place for dumping city waste, so they packaged it in bales and stored it nearby highway and cemetery, and the same thing happened again except fires – people got sick, the stank was all around, it polluted the underground water.

So after reading about this thermal depolymerisation option I asked myself why don’t the people in charge use this option in combination with packing waste in bales. Well, maybe my idea is just too outlandish.

More on this topic:

http://www.theguardian.com/education/2003/may/22/research.highereducation1

http://www.sovereignty.org.uk/features/eco/zwaste2.html