There's been a lot of talk ever since the planscamdemic broke out as a media narrative, that the quackcines may be about more than just innoculating people against covid, but about the covert implanting of devices designed to monitor people themselves, and even about "updating" said quackcines to keep people perpetually drugged.
Well, for the naysayers to such possibilities, consider the following story from M.I.T. that was shared by V.T.:
The claims here are inclusive enough to give rise to all the possibilities that planscamdemic and quackcines skeptics have raised:
Researchers at MIT, Draper, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital have designed an ingestible capsule that can be controlled using Bluetooth wireless technology. The capsule, which can be customized to deliver drugs, sense environmental conditions, or both, can reside in the stomach for at least a month, transmitting information and responding to instructions from a user’s smartphone.
The capsules, manufactured using 3-D-printing technology, could be deployed to deliver drugs to treat a variety of diseases, particularly in cases where drugs must be taken over a long period of time. They could also be designed to sense infections, allergic reactions, or other events, and then release a drug in response.
“Our system could provide closed-loop monitoring and treatment, whereby a signal can help guide the delivery of a drug or tuning the dose of a drug,” says Giovanni Traverso, a visiting scientist in MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, where he will be joining the faculty in 2019.
Of course, all of this is being touted as a wonderful development for the precise delivery of medicine. Let's grant that it is for the sake of argument. If so, then a number of standard questions need to be answered: what are the long-term potential health effects and risks of receiving such technology? Normally, with such a technology, such studies are normally done (unless of course you're Monstersanto, and stand to make a lot of money from your GMOs, in which case a few bought off politicians and a few corporate-sponsored "scientific" studies will do the trick).
If you've been tracking the planscamdemic, it seems apparent that the Monstersanto template was applied in a major way with the quackcines: no need for long term intergenerational studies of the health risks because, well, "time's a-wastin'" and we're in the middle of an epidemic and need to waive all such requirements and exempt Big Pharma from liabilities that any adverse effects of the quackcines might expose them to. (And, following the Monstersanto template once again, genetically engineered organisms are intellectual property and hence patentable... so what about those mRNA quackcines, are the people who receive them subject to liens on their bodies?)
So my question here with the electronic pills is: would you trust such a pill not to be monitoring other bodily systems, or not to monitor your everyday goings-about and doings? Or worse, not to interfere with your mental and emotional processes?
One may look at this question in a very different way. Suppose Boewling Aeronautics has come out with a new airplane (cough). And it's so advanced and revolutionary and would be such a boon to the airline industry that they lobby for its immediate emergency adoption, waiving the normal testing and certification procedures, and even get the goobernment to allow them to be exempted from any legal liabilities in case of "adverse aeronautical events" occurring. Would you fly on such an aircraft (especially if its first customer was Dis-Oriented Airlines[DOA], which announces that it wants more diversity in its pilots and seeks to hire on the basis of identity, rather than ability)?
Would Boewling Aeronautics exert pressure on the media not to cover such events, or to write them down to "other causes" than flawed designs or inadequate testing? Probably so. Would you wage a media blackout campaign against aeronautical engineers who try to bring up all the problems in the design? Again, probably so. How might you do this? Perhaps by an endless media blitz on local and national media to "trust the science".
But as reports of "adverse aeronautical events" keep piling up (along with the bodies), inevitably something else begins to happen. Public mistrust both of "science" and institutions begins to wane, such that eventually, no matter how genuinely sound the science or engineering, fewer and fewer trust either.
And that's the problem here. M.I.T.'s new electronic pill may indeed have been conceived and engineered with absolutely no sinister purpose in mind. But it comes in a context where the atmosphere is already poisoned by the planscamdemic and questionable results and adverse reactions and a mounting suspicion about "the virus" and "the tests" themselves and a virtual blackout of skeptical and contrary scientific views.
In short, you're watching the case of the little boy who cried "wolf" one too many times...
See you on the flip side...