Graphene Skies?

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Dane Wigington
GeoengineeringWatch.org

What aren’t we being told? Is the highly toxic and controversial element graphene being seeded into our skies as part of the ongoing covert climate intervention operations? Is climate modification the only motive behind the elements being utilized for atmospheric aerosol spraying programs? Are other agendas also being carried out? Do the weather makers and their controllers consider the consequences of their actions? Or is it possible that many of the consequences are, in fact, part of the agenda? Please review the attached 5 minute video report for input and answers.

All are needed in the critical battle to wake populations to what is coming, we must make every day count. Share credible data from a credible source, make your voice heard. Awareness raising efforts can be carried out from your own home computer.
DW

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20 Responses to Graphene Skies?

  1. Hope says:

    Dane, why don't you get in touch with the likes of David Attenborough and Greta thunberg – please. People need a leader, someone who has reputation, someone who is already widely known. That is our only option to spread te message across the world. 

    • Dane Wigington says:

      Hello, Hope, thank you for standing with us in this all important battle. Yes, I agree that such well known individuals need to get a heads up so that they start to look up. I have reached out to as many as possible and had Geoengineering Watch materials delivered to many, but I confess that I need all the help I can get with this task. I will continue to tend as many fires as I can in the battle, but there is just not enough time in a day for me. If we have any chance of reaching a critical mass of awareness in time, it will take our collective efforts, all of us.

      https://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/how-do-we-stop-climate-engineering-only-way-forward/

       

  2. Carmen says:

    my sister lives in a mexican village border with arizona, yuma, and she is scared now because her body is completely magnetized like those pics we see of the vaccinated people though she is far from getting the jab!  coins, cell phone, everything metal glues to her skin!!!

  3. Irene Bateman says:

    Its time we studied what makes human beings want to harm others.   Our approach seems to be still compulsion – behaviour modification – when we know that each child needs to develop its unique self and learn to respect the selves of others.   Compulsion only makes people angry – or deviously cooperative from fear of retaliation – like school children.   Learning freedom with responsibility is the only way, but it has to have a foundation of meeting infancy needs for a mother – a known affectionate person who is always there.   Innocence deprived of its entitlement becomes a diabolical spirit.

     

    • Vitali Real says:

      VERY precise and ABSOLUTELY COHERENT comment that goes to the ROOT of a culture where people are willing to harm others in having been raised parked in front of televisions and screens in absolute deprivation of the relational requirements of a developing neurology.

  4. penny waters says:

    raymond

    you want to move – necessities

    spring water, lots of wild plants not south facing – too hot these days

    susan ferguson thank you for so much info

     

  5. Bryan Deuchar says:

    Geoengineering as conveyed in this documentary, is without doubt a blatant and appalling Act of War against The People, The Planet and All Life as we know it!   

  6. James Reinhart says:

    US used Graphene net which is an exceptional conductor and is a strategic weapon requiring Presidential Sign Off against Baghdad in 2002 as the entire city went dark and the fragments shorted out all attempts to bring electricity back to the city for years as only spots could be rebuilt since all of the infrastructure was not possible to clear or clean.  It is 1 atom wide and created by DARPA and MIT in large sheets.  The term to tear this netting is called fission.

    To bad that this is not known except for the few of us that monitored this event.  This will end up in the trash like all the rest.  The US is not what you think it is or was.  Owned by the Crown, the Temple Knights of St. John in the City of London Corporation of which the Inner temple and middle temple still exist.  

    Frederick Gates was the lead researcher from the Carnegie School, now Rockefeller University that created the extremely deadly Pneumonia, Meningitis "Vaccine" in 1918.  I have the paper.

    1818-1824 it was Cholera that these Saturn worshippers let loose in India and west Asia for UK and US for the Opium Wars to come.

     

  7. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    VSF: This is only one company of many in the graphene business. There are five others that are recommended as stock-buys for investors. Applied Graphene Materials (AGM), Haydale Graphene Industries (HAYD), AIXTRON (AIXA), Applied Graphene Materials (AGM), ZEN Graphene Solutions (ZEN).

     

    The Future of Graphene and 5G
    Grolltex Manager, April 2nd, 2018

    At the February Mobile World Congress, held in Barcelona, Spain, the close connection between graphene and 5G technology was one of the main sources of attraction. Both have been featured prominently in the news recently as new-age wonders, so it’s only natural that the two would at some point combine forces to produce some truly remarkable capabilities. That time appears to be in the very near future, as considerable research has been underway on ways that the two could support each other for mutual benefit.

    Monolayer graphene has only been commercially available for about the last decade, but it has already made a powerful impact in the areas of high-speed photosensitivity, farming applications, flexible photodetectors, medical diagnostics, and water purification processes. 5G of course, has been hailed as the future of communications for several years, and is considered to be the enabling technology for both VR and AR. Some of the ongoing research has been related to finding ways that super-conductive, flexible monolayer graphene could be used to support the needs of 5G technology, to help finally achieve the breakthrough it needs.

    Graphene and 5G Technology Combined

    5G technology cannot simply be scaled up from previous technology to meet the demands of high-speed communications of the future – it needs an enabling technology. Enter monolayer graphene. By late 2017, a research team at Chalmers University in Sweden had developed a method of combining graphene flexibility with terahertz detection so as to make it possible to connect the Internet of Things (IoT), via high-bandwidth technologies available in 5G.

    Another group of researchers comprised of Italian University specialists and commercial companies, have produced a flexible microwave device for communications which has applications for Wi-Fi, and which can also be used in millimeter wave (mmWave) technologies. And why is this important? It’s universally acknowledged that the true future of 5G technology lies in this millimeter wave technology.

    Currently some of the 5G high-frequency components are made using gallium arsenide technology, but this is very costly, and has been one of the factors slowing the development of 5G. Graphene can be manufactured much more inexpensively, and its quality is at least comparable and often superior to gallium arsenide. The only thing which hinders the shift from gallium arsenide to graphene is the immaturity of the graphene supply chain – this is a technology barely 10 years old, and there are not a lot of manufacturers able to supply components in the quantity that would be needed.

    The Future of Graphene

    The versatility of graphene will become more and more evident in the next several years, as graphene will be used in the manufacture of a wide range of superior products such as water desalination membranes, medical diagnostic devices, smartphone displays, stretchable electronics, advanced solar cells, and others. Graphene is clearly the wave of the future, and it will be fascinating to observe its ongoing development.

    Grolltex is the most advanced graphene producer in the U.S. Through patented transfer and processing methods, we are able to produce single layer graphene at a cost structure not previously known. There are currently more than 15,000 products under patent-pending status which are based on graphene technology, and that number will most assuredly be growing in the coming few years. To acquire high-quality graphene sheets for sale, or monolayer graphene, contact us with any questions you might have, or to place an order.

    https://grolltex.com/the-future-of-graphene-and-5g/

  8. V. Susan Ferguson says:

        •    08 May 2020
    Graphene oxide-incorporated hydrogels for biomedical applications
        •    Jongdarm Yi,
        •    Goeun Choe,
        •    Junggeon Park &
        •    Jae Young Lee
    Polymer Journal volume 52, pages 823–837 (2020)

    Abstract
    Graphene and graphene derivatives (e.g., graphene oxide (GO)) have been incorporated into hydrogels to improve the properties (e.g., mechanical strength) of conventional hydrogels and/or develop new functions (e.g., electrical conductivity and drug loading/delivery). Unique molecular interactions between graphene derivatives and various small or macromolecules enable the fabrication of various functional hydrogels appropriate for different biomedical applications. In this mini-review, we highlight the recent progress in GO-incorporated hydrogels for biomedical applications while focusing on their specific uses as mechanically strong materials, electrically conductive scaffolds/electrodes, and high-performance drug delivery vehicles.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41428-020-0350-9

  9. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Properties of Graphene Oxide

    One of the advantages of the gaphene oxide is its easy dispersability in water and other organic solvents, as well as in different matrixes, due to the presence of the oxygen functionalities. This remains as a very important property when mixing the material with ceramic or polymer matrixes when trying to improve their electrical and mechanical properties.
    On the other hand, in terms of electrical conductivity, graphene oxide is often described as an electrical insulator, due to the disruption of its sp2 bonding networks. In order to recover the honeycomb hexagonal lattice, and with it the electrical conductivity, the reduction of the graphene oxide has to be achieved. It has to be taken into account that once most of the oxygen groups are removed, the reduced graphene oxide obtained is more difficult to disperse due to its tendency to create aggregates.
    Functionalization of graphene oxide can fundamentally change graphene oxide’s properties. The resulting chemically modified graphenes could then potentially become much more adaptable for a lot of applications. There are many ways in which graphene oxide can be functionalized, depending on the desired application. For optoelectronics, biodevices or as a drug-delivery material, for example, it is possible to substitute amines for the organic covalent functionalization of graphene to increase the dispersability of chemically modified graphenes in organic solvents. It has also been proved that porphyrin-functionalized primary amines and fullerene-functionalized secondary amines could be attached to graphene oxide platelets, ultimately increasing nonlinear optical performance.
    In order for graphene oxide to be usable as an intermediary in the creation of monolayer or few-layer graphene sheets, it is important to develop an oxidization and reduction process that is able to separate individual carbon layers and then isolate them without modifying their structure. So far, while the chemical reduction of graphene oxide is currently seen as the most suitable method of mass production of graphene, it has been difficult for scientists to complete the task of producing graphene sheets of the same quality as mechanical exfoliation, for example, but on a much larger scale. Once this issue is overcome, we can expect to see graphene become much more widely used in commercial and industrial applications.

    https://www.graphenea.com/pages/graphene-oxide#.YN9U3x1lCGg

  10. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Nanomaterials-Based Electrochemical Immunosensors
    by Zhenguo Zhang, Yulin Cong, Yichun Huang and Xin Du *

    College of Life Sciences, Key Laboratory of Food Nutrition and Safety, Shandong Normal University, Jinan 250014, China

    Abstract
    With the development of nanomaterials and sensor technology, nanomaterials-based electrochemical immunosensors have been widely employed in various fields. Nanomaterials for electrode modification are emerging one after another in order to improve the performance of electrochemical immunosensors. When compared with traditional detection methods, electrochemical immunosensors have the advantages of simplicity, real-time analysis, high sensitivity, miniaturization, rapid detection time, and low cost. Here, we summarize recent developments in electrochemical immunosensors based on nanomaterials, including carbon nanomaterials, metal nanomaterials, and quantum dots. Additionally, we discuss research challenges and future prospects for this field of study. View

    https://www.mdpi.com/2072-666X/10/6/397

  11. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Fabrication and Characterization of a Biomaterial Based on Extracellular-Vesicle Functionalized Graphene Oxide
    Julia Driscoll, Anuradha Moirangthem, Irene K. Yan and Tushar Patel*
        •    Department of Transplantation, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL, United States

    Mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) derived extracellular vesicles (EV) are emerging as acellular therapeutics for solid organ injury and as carriers for drug delivery. Graphene-based materials are novel two-dimensional crystal structure-based materials with unique characteristics of stiffness, strength and elasticity that are being explored for various structural and biological applications. We fabricated a biomaterial that would capture desirable properties of both graphene and stem cell derived EV.

    Developmental Toxicity of GO-EV Treatment
    To determine if GO and sGO-based biomaterials have in vivo effects, we evaluated their toxicity using zebrafish. Dechorionation and hatching in zebrafish takes place between 48 and 72 hpf. First, we monitored the hatching rate of the zebrafish starting at 45 hpf. In comparison to vehicle treated control zebrafish, there was a modest delay in the hatching rates of the zebrafish treated with 100 μg/mLGO and GO-EV, conversely, the rates in zebrafish treated with 10 μg/mL EV were accelerated (Figure 7). A similar acceleration in hatching was observed in the zebrafish treated with 10 μg/mL sGO, whereas the zebrafish treated with 10 μg/mL sGO-EV, 100 μg/mL sGO and 100 μg/mL sGO-EV all exhibited delayed hatching rates (Supplementary Figure 1). Next, we evaluated for the development of any malformations. In zebrafish exposed to GO-EV, yolk sac edema and pericardial edema were observed. Pericardial edema was also observed in the zebrafish treated with either low or high concentrations of sGO-EV. On the contrary, there were no malformations observed in the zebrafish treated with PBS, GO, or sGO at either 10 or 100 μg/mL. The heart rate varied considerably at different time points, but we did not observe any trends toward decreased heart rate in any treatment groups (data not shown). We further assessed survival of zebrafish at 168 hpf. A slight increase in mortality was observed in zebrafish treated with GO-EV, and with higher concentrations of sGO or sGO-EV but there was no lethality observed in zebrafish treated with PBS, GO or lower concentrations of sGO.
    Discussion
    In the present study we have developed a graphene oxide-based biomaterial synthesized by copper-catalyzed cycloaddition of azide tagged bone marrow derived-MSC-EV to alkyne functionalized graphene oxide. This novel biomaterial offers the ability to combine the structural physicochemical benefits of graphene with the biological effects of MSC-EV. MSC-EV retain the intrinsic therapeutic properties of their parent cells and have shown to be effective in promoting tissue repair and regeneration, mitigating oxidative stress and modulating immune cell activities.
    The utility of MSC-EV as acellular therapeutics is being increasingly recognized. Their use is enhanced by several properties. Their cargo can be altered by exogenous loading to selectively enrich them with modulatory agents such as anti-sense oligonucleotides (George et al., 2018), miRNAs (Pomatto et al., 2019) or siRNAs (Matsuda et al., 2019). In addition, selective manipulation of their content is feasible through genetic engineering of donor cells to express RNA or proteins of interest. Moreover, their surface can be engineered to express specific markers that facilitate tissue- or cell-targeted delivery of the EV. Furthermore, their cellular production can be modulated by microenvironmental perturbations (Yan et al., 2017; Zhang et al., 2020). Of particular therapeutic relevance, MSC-EV also retain an ability to home to sites of inflammation and injury, similar to their parental cells (Lai et al., 2013). For all of these reasons, MSC-EV are attractive acellular therapeutics as well as therapeutic delivery vehicles with the capacity for targeted delivery of bioactive therapeutic molecules.
    [Theranostics is a term derived from a combination of the words therapeutics and diagnostics. In this emerging field of medicine, drugs and/or techniques are uniquely combined to simultaneously or sequentially diagnose and treat medical conditions.
    The ability to acquire a diagnosis and administer therapy in one package is a game-changer for medicine as we know it. Not only does this offer the opportunity to save time and money, but it also potentially allows one to bypass some of the undesirable biological effects that may arise when these strategies are employed separately.  
    Theranostics and Nanomedicine
    The medical application of nanotechnology is referred to as nanomedicine, and this is made possible by a vast range of medical and scientific methodologies. One such approach is the use of nanoparticles in theranostics. The ultimate aim of combining nanomedicine and theranostics is to modify disease and patient-specific outcomes in such a way that they are drastically improved.  https://www.news-medical.net/health/What-is-Theranostics.aspx ]
    The unique physicochemical properties and adaptability of graphene makes it attractive for development as a theranostic nanomaterial. Several biomedical applications such as drug and nucleic acid delivery, biosensing, photothermal, photodynamic therapy and tissue engineering have been proposed for graphene and its derivatives such as GO and rGO (Robinson et al., 2011; Hu et al., 2012; Lee et al., 2016; Shin et al., 2016; Vinothini et al., 2019). The oxygen-containing functional groups in GO and rGO contribute to their overall colloidal stability in aqueous solutions. These derivatives are often conjugated to polymers or other biomolecules in order to mitigate membrane-damaging effects or the effects of oxidative stress. Similarly, the conjugation of MSC-EV to GO may permit additional properties that can be exploited toward broader potential biomedical applications. The MSC-EV cargo contains a variety of bioactive molecules that can work alone, or in concert, to elicit a therapeutic effect (Liang et al., 2016; Yan et al., 2017). The modifiability of the EV cargo and the EV surface profile can contribute to achieve the desired biological effects in a targeted fashion (Ye et al., 2018). Furthermore, considering that EV and GO are internalized by different mechanisms, conjugation of EV to GO could enhance GO uptake by recipient cells (Huang et al., 2012; McKelvey et al., 2015). Thus, the biological effects of MSC-EV such as reducing tissue injury can be coupled with physical, biochemical or structural functionalities offered by graphene.

    An advantage of conjugation of EV to GO allows exploitation of the properties of graphene, such as surface modifications for additional functional properties. For example, cytotoxic effects of GO-EV could be augmented by loading chemotherapeutic that are released in a pH-responsive manner in tumor settings (Ardeshirzadeh et al., 2015; Wang et al., 2019). Other potential applications may involve fashioning the GO-EV as a structural biomolecule for implantation as an extracellular scaffold within tissues such as bone or teeth, or within endoprostheses and stents placed in the body (Diomede et al., 2018; Li et al., 2018). In this context, the ability to selectively load MSC-EV exogenously after isolation, or endogenously through genetic or protein manipulation of the parental cells offer the potential ability to use GO-EV as a therapeutic delivery platform. For such applications, further studies to determine the kinetics of EV release from GO-EV would be valuable to determine whether controlled release of MSC-EV can be accomplished for therapeutic benefit.
    The paucity of developmental or genotoxic effects of the GO-EV biomaterial paves the way for development of further applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Within the context of bone tissue engineering, GO elicits pro-osteoneogenic effects in vitro and in vivo (Hermenean et al., 2017). BM MSC-EV cargo has been shown to be enriched in several pro-osteogenic miRNAs (Ardeshirzadeh et al., 2015). Thus, GO-EV could augment the osteoinductive effects observed with GO. We observed variable effects on cytotoxicity of GO-EV and sGO-EV in liver cancer cell lines, though minimal cytotoxicity was observed in healthy hepatocytes. Notably, no genotoxicity was observed. Moreover, we did not detect any significant developmental toxicity in zebrafish. sGO-EV and GO-EV are readily recognized and phagocytosed by macrophages. Following their internalization by RAW264.7 cells, an alteration in the secretome profile with enhanced secretion of the pro-inflammatory cytokine, TNF-α was observed. The immunological impact of these biomaterials warrants further evaluation. Biocompatibility in vivo could be improved via the conjugation of GO with polymers that are capable of being cleaved upon internalization of the biomaterial to prevent the adverse accumulation of GO in cells (Li et al., 2014). Additional surface modifications may further reduce undesirable immune effects observed in our in vitro study.
    This study developed a process for fabrication of a graphene-based biomaterial incorporating MSC-EV and examined their cytotoxicity and immunologic effects in vitro and developmental toxicity effects in vivo. GO-EV induced an inflammatory response and cell-specific cytotoxicity. While some developmental malformations were observed, these had a minimal impact on overall survival in zebrafish. There are opportunities to further improve the biocompatibility of GO-EV. For example, variable effects of cytotoxicity have been observed with GO in different study settings. Cytotoxicity can be influenced by the flake size and the degree of oxygenation of GO, with the smaller and more oxygenated forms of GO eliciting more potent cytotoxic effects (Pelin et al., 2017; Gurunathan et al., 2019). Differences in GO induced cytotoxicity have been observed between different malignant and non-malignant cells (Fiorillo et al., 2015). Attention to optimized approaches and selection of base materials is warranted in future studies because cytotoxic effects could be impacted by the physical differences in the lateral dimensions and overall shapes of graphene noted between top-down and bottom-up synthetic approaches (Lee et al., 2019). Such efforts are warranted to take full advantage of the use of GO-EV as a functional biomaterial that combines the versatility of graphene with the intrinsic therapeutic effects of cell derived EV for the development of biomedical applications.
    Data Availability Statement
    The original contributions presented in the study are included in the article/Supplementary Material, further inquiries can be directed to the corresponding author/s.
    Ethics Statement
    The animal study was reviewed and approved by the Mayo Clinic Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
    https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fbioe.2021.686510/full

  12. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Graphene Flagship

    Funded by the European Commission, the Graphene Flagship aims to secure a major role for Europe in the ongoing technological revolution, helping to bring graphene innovation out of the lab and into commercial applications.

    https://graphene-flagship.eu/

  13. V. Susan Ferguson says:

    Toxicity of graphene-family nanoparticles: a general review of the origins and mechanisms
        •    Lingling Ou,
        •    Bin Song,
        •    Huimin Liang,
        •    Jia Liu,
        •    Xiaoli Feng,
        •    Bin Deng,
        •    Ting Sun &
        •    Longquan Shao

    … several typical mechanisms underlying GFN toxicity have been revealed, for instance, physical destruction, oxidative stress, DNA damage, inflammatory response, apoptosis, autophagy, and necrosis …

    GFNs can be delivered into bodies by intratracheal instillation [30], oral administration [31], intravenous injection [32], intraperitoneal injection [33] and subcutaneous injection …

    GFNs can induce acute and chronic injuries in tissues by penetrating through the blood-air barrier, blood-testis barrier, blood-brain barrier, and blood-placenta barrier etc. and accumulating in the lung, liver, and spleen etc.  …

    … graphene nanomaterials aerosols can be inhaled and substantial deposition in the respiratory tract, and they can easily penetrate through the tracheobronchial airways …

    The toxicological mechanisms of GFNs demonstrated in recent studies mainly contain inflammatory response, DNA damage, apoptosis, autophagy and necrosis etc. …

    GO can result in acute inflammation response and chronic injury …

    Fibrosis and inflammation …

    The GFNs exert different toxicological effects on male or female reproductive system. pregnant mice had abortions at all dose, and most pregnant mice died when the high dose …

    The developmental toxicity of GFNs may induce structural abnormalities, growth retardation, behavioural and functional abnormalities, and even death. …

    The cytotoxicity of GFNs in vitro has been verified in various cells to change the cell viability and morphology, destroy the membrane integrity, and induce DNA damage [110–112]. GO or rGO decrease cell adhesion; induce cell apoptosis; and enter lysosomes, mitochondria, cell nuclei, and endoplasm [113]. GQDs entered cells and induced DNA damage …

    Graphene can increase cell viability [117] or cause cell death …

    … cause dose-dependent toxicity … The high content of GO mainly deposited in the lungs, liver, spleen, and kidneys and was difficult to be cleaned by the kidneys …

    Increasing concentrations of GO entered the lysosomes, mitochondria, endoplasm, and cell nucleus …

    GO can insert between the base pairs of double-stranded DNA and disturb the flow of genetic information at the molecular level, which might be one of the main causes of the mutagenic effect of GO …

    … the importance of the GO surface charge because of its ability to affect the internalization and uptake mechanism of cells …

    … strong electrostatic interactions between the negatively charged oxygen groups on the GO/GS surface and positively charged phosphatidylcholine lipids on the RBC outer membrane …

    The physical interaction of graphene nanoparticles with cell membranes is one of the major causes of graphene cytotoxicity …

    … the sharpened edges of GNS may act as ‘blades’, inserting and cutting through bacterial cell membranes …

    … overwhelm the activity of antioxidant enzymes, including catalase, SOD, or glutathione peroxidase (GSH-PX) … The interactions of GO with cells can lead to excessive ROS generation, which is the first step in the mechanisms of carcinogenesis, ageing, and mutagenesis …

    Exposure to GFNs resulted in significantly increased coupled and uncoupled mitochondrial oxygen consumption, dissipation of the mitochondrial membrane potential, and eventual triggering of apoptosis by activating the mitochondrial pathway …

    GFNs can cause apoptosis and/or cell necrosis by direct influencing cell mitochondrial activity …

    Due to its small size, high surface area and surface charge, GO may possess significant genotoxic properties and cause severe DNA damage, for example, chromosomal fragmentation, DNA strand breakages, point mutations, and oxidative DNA adducts and alterations …

    Even if GO cannot enter into the nucleus of a cell, it may still interact with DNA during mitosis when the nuclear membrane breaks down, which increases the opportunity for DNA aberrations …

    The π stacking interaction between the graphene carbon rings and the hydrophobic DNA base pairs can make a DNA segment ‘stand up’ or ‘lay on’ the surface of graphene with its helical axis perpendicular or parallel, respectively. The intermolecular forces severely deform the end base pairs of DNA, which potentially increases the genotoxicity …

    DNA damage can not only initiate cancer development but also possibly threaten the health of the next generation if the mutagenic potential of GO arises in reproductive cells, which impacts fertility and the health of offspring …

    A strong inflammatory response was induced by subcutaneously injection …

    Apoptosis is defined as the self-destruction of a cell regulated by genes through complicated programmes … after inhalation …

    … graphene and GO physically damaged cell membranes … increased the permeabilization of the outer mitochondrial membrane and changed the mitochondrial membrane potential … triggered by the death-receptor and canonical mitochondrial pathway …

    Necrosis is an alternate form of cell death induced by inflammatory responses or cellular injury. The exposure of cells to pristine graphene causes apoptosis and necrosis at high doses …

    GFNs could cause subtle changes in gene expression programming by modulating epigenetic changes.

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27502632/

    • Stacey Gardner says:

      This is madness, in the quest to create their Internet of Things, with controllable Human cyborgs being just another Thing, they are seriously contaminating the Earth…I wonder what Enki thinks of this ?

  14. Raymond says:

    I'm guessing that they probably used Graphene for this engineered winter weather event, to likely destroy the world's largest coffee bean crops. IN BRAZIL?

    Photos show snow on Brazil streets during a rare winter weather phenomenon (msn.com)

    "Some Brazilians tweeted their reaction on the winter phenomenon, saying the snowfall brought 'intense cold air-break' and hail."

    Sounds exactly like the intense cold air-break and hail phenomenon we had here in Texas back in February!

    Ironic how most of these engineered winter weather and heat dome events, only seem to occur where crops, vineyard, orchards and other agricultural based economies are located. Or major gas, coal and oil refineries are operating. Plus the "mystery" cyber attacks on pipelines and meat processing plants.

    Anyone else seeing a pattern developing here, besides just Dane? 

    Modern and historical warfare tactics include crippling the civilian populations and I find it hard to believe that Nature would be just as discerning. Because the military industrial complex continues to grow stronger with each passing weather (Climate) anomaly. While the general public starves, freezes or suffers from heat stroke!

    In their book, all of this is considered "Mission Accomplished". Especially when it can all be done covertly, while operating right out in plain sight as well.

  15. Rick says:

    Thank you Dane. I mentioned to you on a You Tube post I'd been smelling aluminum in my sinuses on heavily cloudy days. Now I know why.

    It's too bad more of my acquaintances can't seem to wrap their heads around what you've been informing me about for years.

  16. Naioma says:

    I was wondering why the skies look different as of late. They spray very early now in the morning. It is stringy clouds and they burn off by midday. There is still a lot of aluminum because I see it sparkling in sunlight. Graphene, wow, our world covered in it and our bodies injected with it. You cannot make this evil up!

  17. RandylJ says:

    Thank You Dane!!! This absolutely confirms what I've been telling others about viruses amidst the other toxins in the spraying. It's even effected my little dog as she has developed a chronic cough that gets worse when we've spent time outdoors.

    I was able to watch this on my Roku TV 'You Tube' App but not on my iPhone You Tube App. That App is playing every other video with similar titles and wording but not showing this video. APPLE is definitely not getting positive feedback on this, from me! I hope it stays on You Tube for everyone to watch!

    Thank You again for this Vital Information Update!!!

    RandyJ

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