Bill Gates Funds Covert Vaccine Nanotechnology


Stretch
#1
Bill Gates Funds Covert Vaccine Nanotechnology


Friday, 28 May 2010 07:12



'The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is gaining a reputation for funding technologies designed to roll out mass sterilization and vaccination programs around the world. One of the programs recently funded by the foundation is a sterilization program that would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed against a man's scrotum to render him infertile for six months. It might accurately be called a "temporary castration" technology.
Now, the foundation has funded a new "sweat-triggered vaccine delivery" program based on nanoparticles penetrating human skin. The technology is describes as a way to "...develop nanoparticles that penetrate the skin through hair follicles and burst upon contact with human sweat to release vaccines".'
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petros
#2
Greenocide
 
Bar Sinister
#3
Utter crap. If someone really wants to cause mass sterilizations it would be far more effective to simply place the drug in bottled drinking water or soft drinks. Why bother with a spray at airports? Would you walk through an aerosol spray voluntarily? And how "covert" would it be when it is in plain sight? Also since the technology appears to aimed at delivering birth control to the very poor how likely would rural villagers be to show up at the local airport - provided there is one?
This is just the usual conspiracy theory junk Stretch is so fond of.
 
TenPenny
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by Stretch View Post

One of the programs recently funded by the foundation is a sterilization program that would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed against a man's scrotum to render him infertile for six months. It might accurately be called a "temporary castration" technology.

It might also be accurately called a convenient and appealing way to provide male birth control.

Mind you, if you want to see scary conspiracies everywhere, you'll find them. For example, municipal sewage treatment systems are in reality part of the huge government surveillance system, so they can trace your drug use by checking your wastewater.
 
Tonington
#5
Novel drug delivery. I know it pains the black helicopter crowd that they won't be able to harp on about thimerosal, but I'm sure they'll adapt with new stupid crap to peddle on their websites.
 
Kreskin
#6
The link goes to a dickhead who links to another dickhead. Don't waste your time.
 
L Gilbert
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by Stretch View Post

Bill Gates Funds Covert Vaccine Nanotechnology


Friday, 28 May 2010 07:12



'The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is gaining a reputation for funding technologies designed to roll out mass sterilization and vaccination programs around the world. One of the programs recently funded by the foundation is a sterilization program that would use sharp blasts of ultrasound directed against a man's scrotum to render him infertile for six months. It might accurately be called a "temporary castration" technology.
Now, the foundation has funded a new "sweat-triggered vaccine delivery" program based on nanoparticles penetrating human skin. The technology is describes as a way to "...develop nanoparticles that penetrate the skin through hair follicles and burst upon contact with human sweat to release vaccines".'
Read more: Bill Gates Funds Covert Vaccine Nanotechnology

roflmao
Duck, Stretch, duck! That dodo bird is gonna crash into you!
 
Stretch
#8
it doesn't affect me so I don't worry about it....just passing on the info.
 
Tonington
#9
If you don't worry about it, how is it you post so much of this tripe? You have to be looking to find it...
 
L Gilbert
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Stretch View Post

it doesn't affect me so I don't worry about it....just passing on the info.

I see. So you just like scrounging around the bottom of the net looking for these nuggets of amusement. Thanks. Some are really funny.
 
darkbeaver
#11
Oh how substandard the debunkers have become, according to them there is nothing worth thinking about unless it is presented on the television by a recognized authority like Obama or Blair or some dead general or other. Ask yourself where the species would be if it confined its inquiry to the placid waters where the timid and trusting docile sail. All is well they say, competent trustworthy corporate teams and their bankers are on the job, nothing untoward could possibly be afoot. Not to worry, stuff that can pass through your cellular infrastructure is perfectly safe and it would never be used unethically.
 
Tonington
#12
Right, because some crackpot said so is apparently good enough for you ehh? How is that any different than the yobs who eat up the crap spewed out on television beav?

Mr. Kettle, hows the fish?
 
darkbeaver
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Tonington View Post

Right, because some crackpot said so is apparently good enough for you ehh? How is that any different than the yobs who eat up the crap spewed out on television beav?

Mr. Kettle, hows the fish?

It is doubt Tonington, a principal of critical thought. Specifically doubt of authority, a principal of responsibility and every good citizen in a democracy is to be on guard and engaged that doubt of authority figures does not go unexercised and that critical thought be wide and all inclusive such that no alternatives be allowed to wither specifically because of its discomforts to the status-quo. The difference is between passive and active. That's simple enough ain't it, have you got a problem with democracy or freedom of speech? Would you have those insturments of good civil conduct suspended because it offers inconvienience to agendas? In this the age of crackpots in high offices. I hardly can imagine where you get the nerve to use that word.
Last edited by darkbeaver; May 30th, 2010 at 05:46 PM..
 
Tonington
#14
You're just replacing one authority with another. Selective doubt. Not very objective.
 
darkbeaver
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Tonington View Post

You're just replacing one authority with another. Selective doubt. Not very objective.

That's true Tonnington. In the end all decisions like these come down to personal discrimination. I just don't have a high level of trust in todays institutions nor the seats of authority and I feel very comfortable exercising and acting on that level of mistrust. If you're hungry the authority of your stomach overrules all others. Objectivity is a much overused word these days, we could almost assume that it's an available item purchasable right off the shelf when in fact it is a very rare and alien thing to a human. I have absolutely no doubt about the objectivity available through science but I am perfectly correct in my mistrust of scientists bought specifically with an objective other than pure scientific objectivity.
 

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