Podcast: We Are Living In the Era of Nanotechnology, Science Beyond Our Control
A Clear and Present Danger
What you don’t know can’t hurt you—FALSE
What you can’t see, because it’s too tiny, can’t hurt you—FALSE
A Unique Presentation
“Nanoparticle: A particle that is smaller than 100 nanometers (1 nanometer is one-billionth of a meter).”
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This is one of the most vital investigations I’ve ever done.
Largely out of view of the public, massive research, production, and use of invisible nanoparticles is transforming our world.
This podcast will feature commentary on Elon Musk and his Neuralink project, nano-robots, gene therapy, manipulated DNA, medical uses of graphene, and the open literature on the dangers of nanoparticles.
In case you’ve forgotten, the massively destructive RNA COVID vaccines ARE deploying injected nanoparticles. That is what the vaccines consist of.
What does the open literature say about the risks and dangers of nanoparticles? I’ll present the evidence.
If you picked out three vast areas of human civilization in 2023—industry, medical production, and scientific lab research—you would find nanotechnology everywhere.
It’s not only the “latest thing.” It has no expiration date. Its tentacles reach far into the future.
But who is controlling the technology?
Who is deciding how far it should go?
Answer: For the most part, the scientists doing the work, because almost no one else understands the technological details.
The fox is minding the hen house.
And the fox is turning human life, and what it means to be human, into something else; something strange, ominous, and EXTERNALLY CONTROLLED.
Controlled, not by large machines clanking their way down Main Street, but by particles no one can see.
I’m going to give you the big picture, and the details, the evidence. And the IMPLICATIONS.
I’m going to make it understandable.
“Understandable” has been my commitment since I started investigating medical science in 1987.
Join me in this vital presentation.
-- Jon Rappoport
(Rappoport Podcasts, Episode 034)