• University of Konstanz - Study demonstrates one of the world's fastest electron microscopes in action:

    https://phys.org/news/2023-05-world-fastest-electron-microscopes-action.html

    #ElectronMicroscope #TEM #Microscope #LASER #ElectronPulse #Nanomaterials #Physics #Microscopy
    University of Konstanz - Study demonstrates one of the world's fastest electron microscopes in action: https://phys.org/news/2023-05-world-fastest-electron-microscopes-action.html #ElectronMicroscope #TEM #Microscope #LASER #ElectronPulse #Nanomaterials #Physics #Microscopy
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    Study demonstrates one of the world's fastest electron microscopes in action
    Electron microscopes give us insight into the tiniest details of materials and can visualize, for example, the structure of solids, molecules or nanoparticles with atomic resolution. However, most materials in nature are not static. They constantly interact, move and reshape between initial and final configurations.
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  • Toxic Nanomaterials Have Poisoned The Food Supply, Our Bodies, And The Planet

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    Toxic Nanomaterials Have Poisoned The Food Supply, Our Bodies, And The Planet https://www.theinfowar.tv/watch?id=62edaf7f0e67d64cfac57403 #RedPillTV
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  • Toxic Nanomaterials Have Poisoned The Food Supply, Our Bodies, And The Planet

    https://www.infowars.com/posts/toxic-nanomaterials-have-poisoned-the-food-supply-our-bodies-and-the-planet/
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    Toxic Nanomaterials Have Poisoned The Food Supply, Our Bodies, And The Planet
    Major study reveals engineered nanoparticles laced into the food supply to "improve production efficiency, food characteristics, taste, and safety."
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  • “chemtrails were developed by Edward Teller and are basically the seeding of thousands of tons of microparticles of aluminum on the upper atmosphere to try to increase the albedo of the planet, the reflectivity of the planet, because of global warming,” but aluminium is not quite the same as alumina chemically speaking, before even considering the issue of toxicology.

    « Geoengineering is the deliberate large-scale manipulation of environmental processes that affects the Earth’s climate, in an attempt to counteract the effects of climate change. Injecting sulfate aerosol precursors and designed nanoparticles into the stratosphere to (i.e., solar radiation management [SRM]), has been suggested as one approach to geoengineering. Although much is being done to unravel the scientific and technical challenges around geoengineering, there have been few efforts to characterize the potential human health impacts of geoengineering, particularly with regards to SRM approaches involving stratospheric aerosols. This paper explores this information gap. Using available evidence, we describe the potential direct occupational and public health impacts of exposures to aerosols likely to be used for SRM, including environmental sulfates, black carbon, metallic aluminum, and aluminum oxide aerosols. We speculate on possible health impacts of exposure to one promising SRM material, barium titanate, using knowledge of similar nanomaterials.
    “chemtrails were developed by Edward Teller and are basically the seeding of thousands of tons of microparticles of aluminum on the upper atmosphere to try to increase the albedo of the planet, the reflectivity of the planet, because of global warming,” but aluminium is not quite the same as alumina chemically speaking, before even considering the issue of toxicology. « Geoengineering is the deliberate large-scale manipulation of environmental processes that affects the Earth’s climate, in an attempt to counteract the effects of climate change. Injecting sulfate aerosol precursors and designed nanoparticles into the stratosphere to (i.e., solar radiation management [SRM]), has been suggested as one approach to geoengineering. Although much is being done to unravel the scientific and technical challenges around geoengineering, there have been few efforts to characterize the potential human health impacts of geoengineering, particularly with regards to SRM approaches involving stratospheric aerosols. This paper explores this information gap. Using available evidence, we describe the potential direct occupational and public health impacts of exposures to aerosols likely to be used for SRM, including environmental sulfates, black carbon, metallic aluminum, and aluminum oxide aerosols. We speculate on possible health impacts of exposure to one promising SRM material, barium titanate, using knowledge of similar nanomaterials.
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  • MAGNETIC NANOMATERIALS IN THE INJECTIONS, MASKS & SWABS - AMAZING POLLY
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/wAqVX50GYABi/
    MAGNETIC NANOMATERIALS IN THE INJECTIONS, MASKS & SWABS - AMAZING POLLY https://www.bitchute.com/video/wAqVX50GYABi/
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