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The Spraying of NANO CHEMTRAILS !!! It's Not Science Fiction Anymore. MUST READ !!

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posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 01:51 AM
reply to post by Ghost375

Its it manned can it carry passengers so is it a plane?

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 01:53 AM
I swear I saw a show on Discovery Channel a few years back about the same concept.

They were talking about the idea of releasing nanocomputers that form some sort of clouds high in the atmosphere for communication and such.

Maybe a wild idea, but I know for sure they were talking about this concept years ago.
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posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 01:56 AM

Originally posted by wmd_2008
reply to post by CherubBaby

What I would like explained by chemtrail believers if you were really wanting to spray something on the population why would you do it way up there.

Why not? It's not like the population is observant at all. Contrails, or whatever they are, last for hours and 95% of people don't even notice.

The CLOWN that first started all this chemtrail crap should be taken to a high altitude and thrown out!

Oh and if you really feel sorry for him throw out a parachute after him

Wow, you wish death on someone who questions authority, and actually pays attention to their environment. Shame on you.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 02:12 AM
reply to post by CherubBaby

Maybe it would´ve been better if you had not refered to chemtrails, since this has really nothing to do with those, it´s a subject on it´s own, that also gets ridiculed now.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 02:15 AM
Actually what the article is talking about is the nano-swarm the USAF envisioned to spy on enemies by using a large network of nano-computers that could fly over the enemy and invisibly spy on them, theoretically they could be networked in such a way they become a PETAFLOP capable network.

interesting OP, i'll have to read the source sometime which I have not...

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 02:32 AM
I admire your courage to post such things with the instant adversity you expect to come.
I know you're on the right track, don't let the nay sayers discourage you.

Smart dust has most likely been dumped over many of us already, never mind the stuff still in the "testing phase" that legally doesn't have to be mentioned.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 02:36 AM
OP great find. Considering the level of deception being used against us, all information is worth a looksie.
That some people have tech decades ahead isn't news to some, this is not as easy to dismiss as I would like.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 03:10 AM
reply to post by CherubBaby

Seriously, dont belive everything you find on the net. This is total BS! Thousands of computers that fit on a grain of sand, ya ok what ever. If anyone could create that technology super AI would already be out with live robot helpers everywhere, especially in the army.

Chemtrails are just excess fuel or something from planes not a top secret military project.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 03:13 AM
reply to post by CherubBaby

Check that above link out. What they write as possible future capabilities is what your describing here as existing. Nice fantasy and most probably doable in the near future, like 100-200 years from now!

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 03:59 AM
Quantum super computers are just coming into mainstream science and despite my lack of evidance it's also true that the corperations of the world are light years ahead of available technology so whose to say they haven't. However despite what they do know about consciousness this could work backward for them. We are the ones running the show here on earth and if they think they can assume power by connecting and attempting to control us they are only speeding us toward an enlightenment our civilization sorely needs.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 04:18 AM
reply to post by firepilot

Its Will Thomas, he was also much of the inventor of the chemtrails hoax too.

I live in Spain and have no clue as to who this Thomas is. I knew about chemtrails before today, when I just found out about this guy.

How did I know about chemtrails?

It was easy, I looked up at the sky above me.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 04:23 AM
reply to post by Ghost375

That plane is a very small scale test vehicle, a flying model that is helping to develop technology for the future. The only way to get it off the ground is on the end of a rocket. To promote it as a 'plane we have' infers a developed and useful vehicle. It is decades away from being either. A good example, in fact, of the misrepresentation we see in these threads in general. And the difference between 12 seconds and 12 minutes is a pretty crucial one, hardly a case of 'whatever'.

Back to the OP however! So that's what Apple means when they tell me my music is in the Cloud! Marvellous.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 05:08 AM
reply to post by verschickter

I would disagree with the people hating on smart dust. It will exist.
and there are many other forms of computing besides using transistors.
What about DNA computers?

National Geographic: Computer made of DNA and Enzymes

February 24, 2003 Israeli scientists have devised a computer that can perform 330 trillion operations per second, more than 100,000 times the speed of the fastest PC. The secret: It runs on DNA.

Biochemical "nanocomputers" already exist in nature; they are manifest in all living things. But they're largely uncontrollable by humans. We cannot, for example, program a tree to calculate the digits of pi. The idea of using DNA to store and process information took off in 1994 when a California scientist first used DNA in a test tube to solve a simple mathematical problem.

you guys seem to forget that each one of our living cells perform information storage and retrieval at an astonishingly small scale.

The human genome has around 3 billion base pairs, each of which stores two bits (to indicate one of four bases).
That's 6 billion bits, or about 3/4 of a gigabyte. now thats just one copy of human dna. there are organisms out there with much more DNA than us. so lets do some very reserved estimates.

the average human cell is .2um-2um. so lets say 1um
the average grain of sand- 1-2mm
there are 1,000um in a mm
so a mm grain of sand/smart dust could feasibly contain 750Gb of data and the ability to store/retrieve/manipulate it based off the mechanics of cells. now this is a very reserved estimate and I believe we will see much higher computational density than this as we wont be limited to using organic chemistry to create smart dust. Also, these small computers wouldn't necessarily require all the same mechanism a cell does to survive, which would mean more space for the computational medium. and the computational medium will eventually get much greater than this, exponentially beyond your wildest dreams.

If your interested in reading this, I put up a thread about the limit of computation based off the known laws of physics
Reversible Computing
Basically, every object is constantly computing itself into existence at the atomic level.

To appreciate the feasibility of computing with almost no energy or heat, lets consider the computation that takes place in any ordinary rock. Although it may appear that nothing much is going on inside a rock, the approximately 10^25 (ten trillion trillion) atoms in a kilogram of matter are actualy extremely active. Despite its apparent solidarity, the atoms are all in motion, sharing electrons, changing particle spins, and generating rapidly moving electromagnetic fields. all of this activity represents computation, though not MEANINGFULLY organized.

In terms of computation, and just considering the electromagnetic interactions of a 1 kilogram rock, there are atleast 10^15 changes in state per bit per second, which represents about 10^42 (million trillion trillion trillion) calculations per second. YET THE ROCK REQUIRES NO ENERGY INPUT AND GENERATES NO APPRECIABLE HEAT.

-The singularity is near

so from this we can infer that in a 1kg rock(or any regular matter), at the atomic level, each bit(electromagnetic interaction) can change its state(binary computation) 10^15 times per second. that just ones bit. when we multiply it by all the atomic structures we can expect due to the density of the object, in this case a 1kg rock, we would have the maximum computation density of 10^42 calculations per second. That is the rate at which a typical 1kg rock computes itself into existence. If it is possible in nature and by the laws of physics, then there is no reason a sufficiently advanced civilization cannot replicate or make this knowledge useful.

to put this to scale.
it is estimated that if we were to combine all the computing power of all the human brains on earth, we would only have about 10^19 calculations per second in computing power. which is completely dwarfed by the 10^42 calculations per second 1kg of matter does constantly. a 1kg cold computer/reversible computer would technically be able to calculate the entirety of all human thought for the last 10,000 years in 1/1000th of a second.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 05:36 AM
You people are INSANE! Why the hell would any government spend the time/money/resources on making chemtrails with nanobots/nanocomputers when they can just use the public works and put them in water? Don't you people realize the cost of making these things? It would be trillions of dollars! Every time I read threads like these, I lose hope in humanity because there are waaaaay too many people who are willing to believe in hoax/conspiracy. And not only that, waaaay too many people trying to sell a book or trying to promote a website so they can get a few cents from each click... Nothing but a bunch of LEECHES!!!!

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 05:48 AM
Computers need power to operate. Where from will these nanodevices draw power from? they cannot draw power from the sun, since they would also need an on-board photovoltaic cell. They cannot draw power from the wind, because they would need to have an on-board mechanism that translates kinetic energy to electricity.

Additionally, these computers would be top-secret technology, and therefore releasing them in the wild would be a stupid mistake.

Furthermore, RFIDs are passive devices; in order to transmit their stored information, power must be transmitted to them from an external source. And, RFIDs are not computers, they are simple electronic tags. They do not have any processing power.

This is a big hoax, and the OP was mistaken to react so strongly to the comments that said so.

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posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 05:52 AM
reply to post by packro

When your overall goal is massive depopulation that cannot get linked back to you, money is no object. We're talking about people who can type numbers into a computer, and poof... money. Sky's the limit.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 05:56 AM
reply to post by masterp

This is from memory and is in no way science, but I remember something about static electricity being powerful enough as such a small scale, or something.

Trying to convince people being poisoned by aluminum in their blood, barium in their blood, many other nastiness and now radiation in you, that maybe it's the cause for the epidemic of said conditions caused by poisoning of the people by these things, because it's global.

There are hot spots but some of these changes are fully global. Only something in the air could be so consistent. IMO of course. Anyways, good luck all. I wont bother hashing it out because I don't care enough anymore. It is what it is, said a doomed friend of mine.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 06:31 AM
We're atleast 20 -30 years away from nano machines. get real.

and im sure IBM will be the first ones holding the press conference

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 06:42 AM
reply to post by FuturePeace

Only if you're willing to accept that people have access to "All" the technology out there. You know that's just not true. They have suppressed who knows how many things, and have kept the good stuff for themselves. Don't kid yourself.

posted on Nov, 14 2011 @ 07:36 AM
reply to post by ChaoticOrder

Hello why not? Seems like you must be new to the subject?

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