We Are Being Warned That Nanobots Will Be Flowing Through Our Bodies “By 2030” And Will Be Used To Connect Our Brains To The Internet

by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

 

Once thousands of nanobots are zipping around inside your body, will you still be in control of your mind, will and emotions or will the nanobots be running the show?  According to Google, a nanobot is “a hypothetical, very small, self-propelled machine, especially one that has some degree of autonomy and can reproduce”.  Scientists here in the United States have been working on nanobots that can travel through our bodies at astonishing speeds, deliver medicines to targeted locations, and even enter our brain cells.  Eventually, researchers hope to use nanobots to connect our brains directly to the Internet.  I realize that all of this sounds quite crazy, but as you will see below, everything that I am sharing with you has been documented.

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Some experts even believe that someday nanobots will actually be capable of enabling humans to live indefinitely.  The following comes from an article entitled “Nanobots Will Be Flowing Through Your Body by 2030”

Futurists often claim that nanobots hold the key to eternal life. Inventor, author, and Google futurist Ray Kurzweil, in an interview with Neil deGrasse, claimed that tiny nanobots in our bloodstreams will prevent us from dying in 2030. According to Kurzweil, the nanobots will travel inside you on a molecular level, protecting your biological system and ensuring you’ll have a good and long life. The future is closer than you may think!

I certainly don’t want nanobots “flowing through my body” by 2030.

But this is the future that they have planned for us.

In Colorado, one team of scientists has already developed nanobots that can travel through human bodies “at incredible speeds”

Wyatt Shields, IV, PhD, Chemical & Biological Engineer at University of Colorado, Boulder says, “Medical microrobots are, essentially, microscale devices. So, we’re talking devices five to 10 times thinner than the human hair.”

A team of engineers at the University of Colorado, Boulder has designed a new class of tiny, self-propelled robots that can zip through a body at incredible speeds. The bots are made out of polymer materials that are biocompatible using a technology similar to 3D printing. They look like small rockets with three tiny fins.

“And the result is that these robots move really fast. So, on the order of several hundred body lengths per second, I think 120 or 140 body lengths per second. So, that would be equivalent to a six-foot-tall person running 400 miles per hour,” adds Professor Shields.

Researchers envision a day when thousands of nanobots are zipping around inside our bodies performing various tasks.

For example, one company in California has actually been working on nanobots that are “designed to transport medication to the exact location in the body where it’s needed”

California-based startup Bionaut Labs has developed a nanobot about the size of a grain of rice that’s designed to transport medication to the exact location in the body where it’s needed. If you think about it, the conventional way to deliver medicine makes little sense: A painkiller affects the entire body instead of just the arm that’s hurting, and chemotherapy is flushed through all the veins instead of precisely targeting the tumor.

To a lot of people, such technology is going to sound absolutely wonderful.

In particular, Bionaut Labs is very excited about the possibility of using their nanobots to attack tumors

Several startups and academic institutes worldwide are working to develop such a solution but Bionaut Labs seems the furthest along in advancing its invention. “You can think of the Bionaut as a tiny screw that moves through the veins as if steered by an invisible screwdriver until it arrives at the tumor,” Shpigelmacher explains. Via Zoom, he shares the screen of an X-ray machine in his Culver City lab to demonstrate how the half-transparent, yellowish device winds its way along the spine in the body. The nanobot contains a tiny but powerful magnet. The “invisible screwdriver” is an external magnetic field that rotates that magnet inside the device and gets it to move and change directions.

That definitely sounds very impressive.

But what are the dangers?

Many are concerned that someday nanobot technology could potentially be used to completely enslave humanity.

Even now, scientists are developing nanobots that can actually go inside cells and transmit information to the outside world.  The following comes from an article entitled “Nanobots can now enter brain cells to spy on what they’re doing”

Deblina Sarkar has big dreams for the little machines that she makes. Some of her ultra-tiny electronic devices are smaller than a mote of dust. And her dreams? They’re so big that they may one day be able to save your mind.

Sarkar is an MIT scientist that is trying to use nanotechnology to help those with Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.

Her team has created something called a “Cell Rover” that has entered a frog-egg cell and successfully transmitted a signal from inside…

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