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Osmonic response pathways can be turned on or off and Dr. Wendell Lim is referring to:

Everything you need to know about gene lightswitch and NP fusion. All you smart journalists have to do is read.


For some reason the News doesn’t want to talk about this or about standard NP use in all vaccine. Ok, we’ll just hash it out in the lawsuits as we proceed with accountability so we can update military manuals. The rest of society can continue in their abysmal bliss as BT connects the cellular network to your inner systems.

Design of wireless nanosensors PDF

Notice Mr. Lee’s work (the PDF above) is from 2015. This is outdated tech folks. We have much better systems today. This is well known data in the bio-molecular world, of which MSM is silent on due to the obvious. At one time journalists referred to their field as “investigative journalism,” and now we refer to your aptitude as school children, barely able to think for yourselves.

The wonderful thing is none of this data is censored. It’s up to you to educate yourself. Besides, these papers are too technical for journalist brains to understand anyway and probably why society finds itself in the quagmire it’s now in.

Big Pharma simply exploited your ignorance, or more to the point, lack of understanding technical data. Not only were you duped, sold a lemon, but you didn’t even care to understand or read about it yourself.

You simply took an “expert opinion” over your own literacy, backed up by leaders just as ignorant as you on the subject. Which goes to show you these Pharma guys know you better than you think!

Other references for your amusement – if you can read, I doubt it.

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