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Jim Stone -- DARPA's Computer Chips are in the Vaccinated

June 28, 2021

This is from a reader who claims to be an insider: If you're vaccinated, you are part of the "Internet of things." 


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is a research and development agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the military. Originally known as the Advanced Research Projects Agency, the agency was created on February 7, 1958 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. 

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Comments for "Jim Stone -- DARPA's Computer Chips are in the Vaccinated "

Doug P said (June 29, 2021):

There are no computer chips in the experimental injections, they can't make a computer chip that small that can do anything, and that is not necessary. If there are magnetic or magnetizable particles in the experimental injections, these can be detected and every person will have a different pattern or distribution in their bodies which will allow for unique identification. Chips are not necessary for us to be in the internet of things.

What we know about magnetic fields is that they interact with other magnetic fields, and magnetic materials become magnetic in the presence of a magnet. So suppose everyone has these little particles of magnetizable material in their bodies, then they send down EMF waves to affect these particles inside your body - make them shake or heat up. They could direct a wave down to individuals they want to kill by getting these particles to react inside the bodies of the victims. Or a smaller amount of EMF energy could be used simply for the detection of an individual.

What I cannot makes sense out of is how strongly these little particles can be affected in a magnetic field. Even if you had tiny iron filings in your body, they would not affect another external magnetic field source (ie a magnet placed on your arm) that much because they cannot influence the field very strongly - these nanoparticles can, however, or so it seems, and that is beyond what I can imagine.

I have an engineer's level of understanding of magnetic fields, not a physicist's understanding. These particles in the experimental injection must be "super" magnets for us to observe magnets sticking to people's skin.

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