posted on May, 1 2012 @ 06:16 PM
Interesting topic, thanks very much for sharing.
What I found interesting about your OP, is the talk of bio-organic hardware. I can relate to that.
I remember very vividly that the first day of my first CSIS course, our Professor talked about advanced military grade computers and the hardware they
use. It was definitely an off topic discussion but we got there from discussing about SSD's and how they will eventually take over the current HDD
market, by the way, this discussion on SSD's with my Professor was done 6 or 7 years ago at the very least. Just imagine how little the general
public is up to date in regards to human being's technological advancements in the last 50 years....
But I think "bio-degradable" hardware was already invented like... decades ago. Probably not known to the general public but I know it's been out
for at least 15 to 20 years up until now, perhaps even a lot older.
Not too sure if it's related to the bio-organic sensors you've been mentioning about but essentially bio-degradable PC hardware are used in super
advanced war planes. So just in case if they are ever shot down or malfunctioned, fell into enemy territory, no sensitive data or technology would be
lost. Since within a very short amount of time, the hardware on the plane bio-degrades into something you can never repair/fix.
I think our Government got this technology from reverse engineering nature. Certain fish/animal/insect on this planet, can actually generate
electromagnetic field naturally, organically from their bodies. So the technology started there.
Well, any way, I'm not one of the posters who's mad at you about something. I didn't expect anything from you nor your thread when I came in. So I
can never be mad at you for not releasing "enough" evidence.