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In some of the contracts, there was a cross-cutting nexus that had defense and intelligence agencies looking to exploit the less than humanitarian applications of the technology. This program has used innocent civilians as research subjects since at least 1997
Originally posted by daddymax
reply to post by prevenge
You know that is not a bad assessment. In my research on Morgellans, I do recall it said that the "fibers" do have a distinguishable electric signature...and that the signature is lost once removed from the body. In fact Morgellans has yet to be proven as a medical FACT yet due to the inability to prove a verifiable foreign entity. Do this article not say that the generally used detection devices we use do not detect these implants?...or something similar!
It will be interesting watching what may come out of this...
Originally posted by nuisance value
Just looked up Colonel Geoffrey Ling it appears hes involved in battlefield healthcare, which is suspicious seen as what do neurological implants have to do with medical emergencies in Iraq.
Although Iraq would be the place to field test any implants.
Originally posted by prevenge
you could have many versions... ones that need an operation to install some major functionality..
or you could have versions where you just powder the air with the stuff and get biometric data going two ways from just a few chemtrails.
ONe thing to do to sort this out.. is get some people with morgellons.. to get together with someone who has a short wave radio.. or buy one themselves.. and experiment with transmitting those frequencies..
216-225 MHz and 280-470 MHz
and see if their violent muscle convulsions/spasms and crawling sensations they complain about start being extraordinarily exacerbated.
anyone on this board have a short wave radio willing to volunteer??
Originally posted by Cyberbian
Where do the devices get their refills from for drugs delivered at 50X normal levels for extended periods of time?
Your descriptions are vague enough to avoid tripping BS detectors for obvious flaws, however the vagueness itself, is more than enough to trip a shockproof BS detector.
Originally posted by MemoryShock
Very interesting material.
Does the thread author, DIVIDEBYZERO, intend on returning to this discussion?
Would be more productive, in my opinion, if he were a bit more proactive here...