Introduction – July 10, 2020
The video below may seem to some like a work of fantasy. Unfortunately it is not. As the following article explains, many of the claims made in the video are entirely plausible. The article was written nearly three years ago and even then the possibility of injecting nanobots into the human bloodstream was being discussed.
This was before the emergence of the Covid-19 “pandemic” and the drive for mass vaccinations. Meaning that this plan could have been in the works for some time now. Ed.
This Should Shake You To Your Very Core!!
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Application of Nanorobotics (Nanobots)
AzoNano – Nov 21, 2017
Nanorobotics describes the technology of producing machines or robots at the nanoscale. ‘Nanobot’ is an informal term to refer to engineered nano machines. Though currently hypothetical, nanorobots will advance many fields through the manipulation of nano-sized objects.
The field of medicine is expected to receive the largest improvement from this technology. This is because nanotechnology provides the advantage of transporting large amounts of nanorobots in a single injection. Furthermore, designs that include a communication interface will allow adaptations to the programming and function of nanobots already in the body. This will improve disease monitoring and treatment whilst reducing the need for invasive procedures.
Nanorobotic Applications in the Field of Hematology
Current research is developing nanorobotic applications for the field of hematology. This ranges from developing artificial methods of transporting oxygen in the body after major trauma to forming improved clotting capabilities in the event of a dangerous hemorrhage.