Now we know why our cereal and foods are magnetic! But, is it a carbohydrate or a protein… perhaps Spiked?
I just read a report sent to me that said – “THREE of the destroyed Food warehouses and companies that burned down in the US were white HAT operations… the food contained several poisoning agents/graphene OXIDE/batches of nano tech connected to biotechnology.”
This got me digging for more information… and I found some startling facts in an article from a company called NANOGRAFI that supplies the world with wonderful items made from graphene using nano technology. The areas of application that most interested me were pharmaceuticals and food and water!
Here are excerpts from the food and water applications:
Graphene’s Applications in Food Industry
35. Graphene in Food Packaging
Graphene can also be used as a coating material because it prevents the transfer of water and oxygen.
Wait…let’s read that again… PREVENTS THE TRANSFER OF WATER AND OXYGEN. Where is our immune system? It is in the lymphatic system…made up of water and oxygen! How interesting?
Now back to our excerpts:
Graphene membranes can be used in food or pharmaceutical packaging by keeping food and medicines fresh for longer time. It may seem a simple application, but it can dramatically reduce the amount of food waste people throw away every day.
To get more information about Graphene In Food and Beverage Packaging,
you can read our blog post.
36. Graphene in Water Purification
Normally, water purification is not a simple process and feasibility of the process depends on how heavily the water is contaminated. An Australian scientist has found a low-cost technique to purify water at one step. Soybean-based graphene, which is also called ‘GrapHair’, is used as a filter. This filter can make the dirtiest water drinkable. it is more efficient, cheaper and environmentally friendly compared to other methods.
To get more information, you can read Use of Graphene in Water Filtration
37. Graphene in Desalination
Approximately, 97.5% of the total water present on the planet is salty. It does not matter how many wells we excavate, only 2.5% of the total is fresh water. The filters based on meshes that use graphene have yielded amazing results. The University of Manchester employed graphene to make filtering sieve that has higher density and permit the water particles to pass but prevents the salts.
38. Graphene in Crop Protection
Graphene is a great material for sensors. Micro-sized sensors can be produced thanks to graphene’s unique structure. It can detect whether a molecule is dangerous or not for the environment. These sensors can be used in food industry, especially in crop protection. Farmers can track and detect dangerous and harmful gasses to crop and they can determine the ideal areas for the growth of the crop depending on the atmospheric conditions, and even the moisture level and “thirst” of the plants with the help of graphene sensors.
39. Graphene for Food Security
Studies done by US Rice University have shown that laser-induced graphene can be applied to various substances such as wood, bread, coconut, etc. It may seem like a substance with a pattern on it printed with ink, but it is not. The laser carburizes the material and carburized material is converted into graphene. Any pattern that is desired can be achieved by this technique. Issues that are related to food security can be overcame by this technique.
READ: 60 Uses of Graphene – The Ultimate Guide to Graphene’s (Potential) Applications in 2019 – Nanografi Nano Technology
They now have edible graphene tags on your food. Note it is an owl. Mollock wants you to have your graphene on a daily basis.
The article has links to the application of graphene in food and beverage packaging and explains that the food industry is worth many trillions of dollars. They refer to their mission as global and complex, and their purpose behind their product mission is to ensure consumed food’s safety and high quality through Nanomaterial-based applications.
They claim that Nanotechnology has helped in several ways for enhancing food’s safety, overall quality, nutrient delivery, shelf life, texture, and taste. For instance, silver (nanoparticles) and titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles (NPs) have been utilized in storage containers as antimicrobial agents for beverages and foods.
They aren’t telling you that silver titanium dioxide nanoparticles have also been tested for cytotoxicity and cell membrane damage and found higher concentrations triggered cell death.
“MTT and LDH assays were used to assess cytotoxicity and cell membrane damage respectively, ELISA to identify the inflammatory profile and, reactive oxygen species assay and cytometry to detect reactive oxygen species and their relationship with apoptosis/necrosis.
“Results: The results demonstrated a decrease in cell viability at the highest concentrations tested for both cell lines, but no change in LDH release was detected for the HaCaT. The cell membrane damage was found only at 100.0 µg/mL for the HDFn. It was demonstrated that cytotoxicity in the highest concentrations evaluated for both cell lines for the 72 h period. The HDFn showed damage to the cell membrane at a concentration of 100 µg/mL followed by a significant increase in reactive oxygen species production. No inflammatory profile was detected. The HaCaT showed apoptosis when exposed to the highest concentration evaluated and HDFn showed both apoptosis and necrosis for the same concentration.
“Conclusion: Thus, it is possible to conclude that the cytotoxicity mechanism differs according to the cell type evaluated, with HDFn being the most sensitive line in this case, and this mechanism can be defined in a dose and time dependent manner, since the highest concentrations also triggered death cell.“
Nanoparticles can enter into the human body through several routes and interact with components of the immune system. This interaction leads to enhanced release of different cytokines that include both proinflammatory and inflammatory cytokines as shown by several laboratories. The use of different types of materials may have different effects on the immune system. Are nanomaterials a threat to the immune system?: Nanotoxicology: Vol 3, No 1 (tandfonline.com)
With the independent studies on the nano graphene in the jabs, researchers have seen such interactions with the graphene in the body and have attested it actually does cause cell death as these studies have shown. Doctors and biologists have been warning us all that the nano graphene structures destroy the natural immune response and have shown us how.
Once again the makers of nano graphene oxide are pushing this as a wonder of wonders, and those who have been injected with it have discovered the down sides of this wonder.
I ask you… at this point, do you trust these BlackRock and Vanguard driven companies?
Do you want this in your water, your food, and your body?
They told us…what if we put this on your food? Spray it on. Well now you know they had the preservative made and ready to go… and perhaps already have been rolling it out. We know it is in cereal…how many other things is it in and on without your consent and not labeled?
As far as it inside your pharmaceuticals…. have fun with that one! Big Pharma is toxic and the treatments seem to be killing people. Haven’t we seen enough of this already?
They promote the “Exceptional Properties” of graphene as:
1. Among the most outstanding characteristics of this material are:
2. Extreme hardness, graphene is about two hundred times higher than that of steel.
3. Graphene’s ability to absorb energy before breaking down, as well as to withstand enormous loads, this makes graphene a worthy competitor against other materials such as diamond.
4. Graphene is a wear-resistant material as its high elasticity can significantly reduce wear resistance. This is one of the most interesting aspects of graphene’s structure.
5. Graphene has a high elasticity and it can be applied on different surfaces, which increases the durability of the surface, since being elastic, it will be less prone to breakage.
6. Graphene is almost transparent and light.
7. By having high elasticity, graphene can be molded in various ways. Graphene offers the same lightness and even greater flexibility than carbon fibers.
8. Graphene offers excellent properties as a thermal conductor.
9. Graphene reacts chemically with other substances: This allows it to serve as the basis for the creation of new materials.
10. Graphene has an antibacterial effect. Bacteria do not grow on it.
11. Graphene is also a good electrical conductor, even better than copper.
12. Graphene is a very dense material. So much so that not even the smallest known atoms, those of Helium, are capable of passing through it. But it allows the passage of water.
13. Graphene is fully capable of withstanding ionizing radiation. It offers great resistance to being modified by this type of radiation. So, it can be applied in the healthcare field.
These and many other features make this the material of the future for fields related to medical, construction, architecture and many other sectors.
Applications of Graphene in medicine – they even show you how it works in your body. Look at the photo they use.
Read: Applications of Graphene in Medicine – Nanografi Nano Technology
So here it is… no longer a secret!
Keep on pressing into the kingdom of God. Pray that no poison harm you and that the Lord protect you as He promised he would. Have faith and believe no poison used against you shall harm you!