July 16, 2024
The Unacceptable Face Of Nanotechnology

The Unacceptable Face Of Nanotechnology

The Centre for Responsible Nanotechnology points out that molecular manufacturing will be a significant breakthrough, comparable perhaps to the Industrial Revolution-but compressed into a few years. This has the potential to disrupt many aspects of society and politics. It appears that it is also able to upset people’s lives with ‘Morgellons’ an environmental disease that has already infected over ten thousand people in the United States of America alone. In a scientific paper, presented at the National Registry of Environmental Professionals 2007 Annual Conference, in San Antonio, Texas it was stated that Morgellons: A Nano-911 Foreign Invader, has presented itself as a mystery disease that affects human biology. The Mayo Clinic staff describe Morgellons Disease as ‘a mysterious skin disorder characterised by disfiguring sores and crawling sensations under the skin’. It is silent, smart, glistening powered by its own transitional metal battery. And when it strikes its victim it feels like a piece of burning broken glass as it pierces the skin.

Morgellons is real; its nano component is also real. Nano assemblers and replicators are said to cause the Morgellons sufferer a crawling sensation on or under the skin. These components are smaller than any of the 150 pieces of a virus (known as virons). Silently, invisibly they invade and remain undetected until Morgellons sufferers start experiencing physical symptoms (lesions that will not heal and other strange phenomena). Some sufferers say they have had Morgellons for around 30 years, but it was only given a name in 2002 by Mary Leitao.

Patients who confide with their doctors that they experience a crawling sensation are often diagnosed with ‘Delusional Parasitosis’, whereby the physician, with nothing more than a textbook to go by, judges their patient to be undergoing some kind of psychosis. Yet, it is the nature of nano-assemblers and replicators to assemble nano machines and replicate them. Therefore, there may actually be nano devices moving around under the skin.

Humans come under biological life known as Eukaryota, whereas these virtually indestructible nano-forms are considered to belong to Archaea, a newly recognised major domain of life. These Archaeans inhabit the most extreme planetary environments (deep sea temperatures of well over 100 degrees Centigrade; extremely alkaline or acid waters; they even thrive in petroleum deposits, deep underground). It is now known that the sub-micron archaea-like organism appears to underlie the Morgellons condition. This means that, by whatever means, alien biological archaea invade the natural Eukaryotic human system, resulting in the various debilitating symptoms that make up Morgellons disease.

It is not the intention of this article to go into the bizarre details surrounding Morgellons. Such information is in abundance on the Internet. The point of this article is to show the dangers of unethical, unregulated nanotechnology, which, as it stands, is programmed with a destructive ethos. First, Morgellons is real and can easily reach epidemic proportions. Secondly, when fibres that grow from skin lesions – a common symptom of Morgellons – are examined under electron microscopes, nano devices are observed. Thirdly, something man made, whether accidental or by design, is behind the cause of Morgellons. Fourthly, it is most probable that this inorganic invasion is air borne and may well have something to do with the mysterious ‘chem trails’ left behind aircraft in flight. (Vapour trails dissipate quickly whereas chem trails can linger for a much longer time.) There is also a growing conviction that the disease is also caused by the consumption of genetically modified foods.

Whether or not Morgellons is caused by accident or design is not the issue here. The issue is that it involves a nano component. This alone ought to be enough to raise a red flag because this is not about some nano theory computer model, it is about real people suffering because their bodies have been invaded by nanobots that cannot be stopped. This is the unacceptable face of nano technology. Molecular manufacturing is an extraordinary breakthrough in science that can either realise Buckminster Fuller’s “Utopia or Oblivion.” It is high time that governments took nanotechnology as seriously as they do climate change and set up a world summit, in which nations from around the world have an opportunity to voice their opinions concerning the unpredictable outcomes from molecular manufacturing.

The British Astronomer Royal, Sir Martin Rees wrote a book about the threats facing humanity during the 21st Century. The greatest of them all was considered to be that of nanobot mutation, in which a nanobot might mutate and began to self replicate as an alien life form. He gave humanity a 50{b930f8fc61da1f29cba34a8cbe30670691f63878f9c98a2d7d5d6527da1fb8f3} chance of avoiding extinction from this perceived threat. However, if instead of being a mutation this fate could be a 100 {b930f8fc61da1f29cba34a8cbe30670691f63878f9c98a2d7d5d6527da1fb8f3} certainty, if it were to be an act of evolution programmed into the nanobot by giving it the prime directive to destroy all life as we know it in compliance with the Einsteinian entropic world-view.

Eric Drexler, author of ‘Engines of Creation’ warned “There are many people, including myself, who are quite queasy about the consequences of this technology for the future. We are talking about changing so many things that the risk of society handling it poorly through lack of preparation is very large.” Unless nano technologies are guided by the electromagnetic ethics of Immanuel Kant, humanity will either end up destroying itself or, where the singularity concept is concerned, become slave units to artificial generated intelligence. Humanity, it appears, may well be standing poised at a cross road, with possibly only one chance to make the right decision for the betterment of all humanity. Nano technology has the potential to be the greatest boon for humanity. Commemorated with the stamp of man-made, self-assembling nano-size materials it can be used in forming drugs, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biomaterials, artificial nerves, artificial brains, pseudo skin and molecular electronics etc. It can also, as we are seeing with Morgellons disease, accelerate human entropy, creating activity dysfunction and forcing people, without their permission, to suffer biological transitional Archaean processes.

Unless nanotechnology is used for the good of all humanity and the planet it will be used to subjugate humankind. Morgellons is merely a beginning, a mild prelude of what will inevitably come about. If we allow our fellow humans to be treated in such a despicable way, we may very well be next. We must encourage the governments of the world to hold a global summit on the ramifications of nanotechnology before Buckminster Fuller’s ‘Oblivion’ becomes our human reality.