Cultocracy note :
Nano technology research and development is progressing at a rapid pace .
As with all technology the applications can be used for good or evil .
A large portion of current research revolves around miniature electromechanical devices combined with D.N.A manipulation and augmentation .
The bulk of research is dedicated to the creation of artificial intelligence based systems , there is an increasing use of combined biological and electromechanical components in these systems .
Published research is usually decades behind what is actually available at present to deep state agencies and corporations .
Cultocracy note :
Implants are often considered to be relatively obsolete . There has been large scale covert experimentation over several decades using ‘mind reading’ implants . Often they are used in the development of neural networks , artificial intelligence systems and brain machine interfaces . Another tool in the arsenal of control for deep state and shadow government groups .
D.N.A is now being used for information storage in much the same way as a computer hard drive . Again this technology is important for the development of artificial neural networks , a synthetic merger of man and machine .
MEMS implants require power to function . The ‘batteries’ for MEMS devices can be designed to harvest energy from a wide variety of biological processes . Many biological and D.N.A based nano technologies are first researched using frog DNA before being transferred to human subjects .
Exosomes are the key to intracellular signaling . Florescent labeling of exosomes can track neural functioning , artificial DNA can be used to amplify cellular signaling . Applications include biosensing , brain machine interfaces and artificial neural networks .
- Tracking the body’s mini-shuttles
- Amplifying fluorescent signals in molecular sensing with DNA walkers
Self assembling nano particle arrays can form a ‘scaffold’ or lattice in biological tissue , the lattice can exhibit unique optical or magnetic properties depending on its form and the composition of the material used . The arrays can be tuned to react to a wide variety of externally applied forms of electromagnetic radiation . Applications include biosensing and remote stimulation of specific cellular groups .
- Self-assembling nanoparticle arrays can switch between a mirror and a window
- Assembly of nanoparticles proceeds like a zipper
The RecA (recombinase A) protein plays a vital role in the repair of DNA . The protein can accurately recombine similar DNA strands when damage occurs and promote recombination between those strands . The repair process is termed the SOS response and can result in inaccurate recombination leading to mutagenesis . As such it can promote adaptive mutagenesis where the reconfigured DNA can contain information resistant to a specific virus or other external factors such as radiation , also known as directed evolution . RecA can also be used to synthetically ‘coat’ DNA providing structural reinforcement .
RecA variants can be engineered to resist a variety of external factors which could ordinarily damage DNA , for example ionizing radiation and toxic pathogens .
- Biochemical characterization of RecA variants that contribute to extreme resistance to ionizing radiation
- Systematically Altering Bacterial SOS Activity under Stress Reveals Therapeutic Strategies for Potentiating Antibiotics
- DNA Repair and Photoprotection – Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure in Halophilic Archaea