Monday, September 12, 2016

Nano-sized metal fish deliver targeted drugs to your body

By Jon Fingas, Engadget

Doctors have long dreamed of delivering drugs to specific parts of your body, and they may soon have a clever way to do it: fish. UC San Diego researchers have developed nanoscale metallic fish (they're just 800 nanometers long) that could carry medicine into the deeper reaches of your bloodstream. Each critter has a gold head and tailfin, as well as a nickel body joined by silver hinges. You only have to subject them to an oscillating magnetic field to make them swim -- there's no need for propellers or a passive (read: slow) delivery system. That, in turn, could make the drug carriers smaller even as they move quickly.

Commentary from Lynn J. Cheramie III, Founder, FFOA News Network and NOFAR

Does anyone think once we start allowing tiny computers to be introduced into our bodies that our days are numbered? They've now found a way to introduce the "Chip" into everyone without our consent. They will require everyone to be vaccinated and these so-called nano-sized fish will be introduced along with all medications. It's coming people and we need to stop this before it even gets started. Our World has become about greed and they will stop at nothing until they've consumed every monetary resource available. Maybe we are the aliens?

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