, Says Academia Posted on January 10, 2017Natural Health News Like [PrivacyBadger has replaced this FacebookLike button.] nanofibers By Cassius Kamarampi (Era of Wisdom) (All sources can be found at the bottom of this article) Academics from Israel, Spain, the US and other places have been writing papers about putting viruses, bacteria, drugs, and chemicals into electrospun nanofibers, which can be sprayed on crops, introduced to water supplies to treat the water, and be used to deliver medicine. One notable academic figure involved in much of this research is Prof. Zussman, of Universität Bayreuth. Israeli academics appear to be prominently involved in this. While these particular papers are not about biowarfare, could it explain why people report a plastic-like, electronic smelling odor in the air after noticing spraying in the skies? Could use of this technology be why people report illness after they smell that, and after witnessing chemtrails? Though the papers are all about apparently benevolent things, about nitrogen fixing bacteria or cleaning the environment, put in the proper historical context almost every devastating act of mad science we have ever seen, has happened under the cloak of benevolence. Anyone familiar with the long history of biowarfare should cringe at this. Why did they choose E. Coli and Staph to encapsulate in nanofibers? Another bacteria chosen was rhizobia, which adds nitrogen to the soil. What is stopping us from being sprayed with bacteria, viruses, or chemicals encapsulated in nanofibers? They may be inhaled with little notice, potentially more effective at affecting us with little ability to observe them. The concept of spraying nanoparticles of aluminum in the stratosphere to allegedly combat climate change is now well known: rain tests and common sense observation indicate aluminum, barium nanoparticles are already being sprayed on us, but the flu like symptoms and other observed effects after spraying have so far mostly been a mystery. Victims of the elusive Morgellon’s Disease have reported fibers and strange things coming out of their skin. These academic papers were of course not talking about warfare, but this should put in perspective what possibilities we could face as people living under a regime that historically has engaged in biowarfare against its citizens over and over for decades: from the spraying of San Francisco in Operation Sea Spray to the mysterious spraying we’re being subject to now, which will probably be de-classified when it is too late several years from now, as was Operation Sea Spray. There is no limit to warfare. This foreshadows a future of biowarfare, just like the construction of new biowarfare facility the “National Bio and Agro Defense Facility,” in Kansas. Sources: Geoengineers debate spraying nanoparticles of aluminum to “reduce solar radiation” Encapsulation of bacteria and viruses in electrospun nanofibres: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology Encapsulation of Pseudomonas sp. ADP cells in electrospun microtubes for atrazine bioremediation Prof. Zussman, Universität Bayreuth Wael Salalha, material engineer in Israel Wael Salalha, material engineer in Israel (2) Rhizobia survival in seeds coated with polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) electrospun nanofibres Encapsulation of bacterial cells in electrospun microtubes Electrospun nanofibrous polymeric scaffold with targeted drug release profiles for potential application as wound dressing Encapsulation of living bifidobacteria in ultrathin PVOH electrospun fibers Electrospun nanofibres in agriculture and the food industry: a review Single-walled carbon nanotubes embedded in oriented polymeric nanofibers by electrospinning This article (Viruses, Bacteria Encapsulated in Electrospun Nanofibers Can Be Sprayed on Crops, Says Academia) via NB is free and open source. You have permission to republish this article under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Era of Wisdom.org.