So many people sent me this story that I knew it would be the lead story in this week's blogs. In fact, this is a strange week for news, and this story is somehow apropos of all the other high strangeness we'll be talking about this week. A big thank you to all of you who sent versions of this story, and to W.G. for sharing the version we'll be talking about. You may remember that terminator movie with Arnold Schwarzenngger, now playing a newly reformed "good" terminator robot, battling his upgraded version played by a young Robert Patrick that can literally shapeshift and "flow", like a liquid, through bars in prisons, and for that matter, allow bullets to pass harmlessly through him while his body plugs the hole.  Well, "good" news, "they've" actually done it according to this article:


Your eyes don't deceive you: researchers have created an actual humanoid shape-shifting robot — or in their parlance, "shape-morphing" — capable of liquefying and then reforming itself again. In other words, the lilliputian bot looks a lot like a prototype of the T-1000 in 1991's "Terminator 2," once again proving that you should never doubt the visions of James Cameron.

In a new study published in the journal Cells, the researchers wanted to bridge the gap between traditional, hard-bodied robots and "soft" robots typically made of more malleable but consequently weaker materials. Inspired by squishy sea cucumbers, they saw the shifting between states as the best path forward.


To accomplish this, the team created a novel form of gallium based, phase-shifting material called "magnetoactive solid-liquid phase transitional matter" (MPTM).

Whereas other phase-shifting materials require an external heat source like heat guns and electrical currents, MPTM needs only be induced by a magnetic field before heating up, thanks to magnetic particles embedded in the gallium.

These, combined with the metal's low melting point of just under 86 degrees Fahrenheit, make it easy for a robot made of the stuff to liquefy relatively quickly.

And predictably, here comes the usual "benefits" message about how such technology will be a boon to medical science, and so on and so on, &c &c, blah blah blah:

The researchers believe MPTM could have useful — albeit highly specific — applications in engineering and medical challenges.

In addition to the "T2" demonstration, the team also used their bot, this time taking the more practical shape of a thin block, to extract a foreign object from a model human stomach by melting over it and then wriggling out of the organ.

"Future work should further explore how these robots could be used within a biomedical context," Majidi said. "What we're showing are just one-off demonstrations, proofs of concept, but much more study will be required to delve into how this could actually be used for drug delivery or for removing foreign objects."

Well...yes... maybe...

But if the Terminator 2 movie is any guide as to what might happen, having a Robert Patrick liquid robot performing internal organ surgery on an individual might be a bit risky.

There's something else, however, that struck me while reading this story, and it's totally unconnected to the Terminator 2 movie. In a way, it's the first of today's high octane speculations (there being two of them... we're running a 2-for-1 special today):

High Octane Speculation #1: this comes more as an observation, for if you'll recall, in most versions of the Roswell crash-and-recovery story, the claim is made that Roswell Air Force Base's and its 509th bomb wing's intelligence office, Major Jesse Marcel, claimed to have recovered some of the debris from Mac Brazzel's ranch. Brazzel was the rancher who in every version of the story first encountered the wreckage of the alleged UFO...or the "whatever it was."  Major Marcel took some of the smaller and thinner  metallic pieces home, where he noted that it was extremely tough, and very malleable.  Hammering it did no damage; heating it under a flame did not significantly affect its temperature, and most importantly, when folded or wrinkle up, the metal would spring loose from its compacted condition, and return as if by magic to its original shape.  This bit of information became such a component of the Roswell story that the search was on for "memory metals," and UFOs-as-ET-technology advocates quickly pointed out the inconvenient factoid that the earliest invention of memory metal occurred in this country in the 1960s, therefore the Roswell craft had to have been extraterrestrial.  But as I pointed out in my book Roswell and the Reich, p. 458, the earliest memory metal was discovered by a Swedish engineer in 1932, and was made of an alloy of gold and cadmium.

That inconvenience and the shape-shifting robot article brings me to

High Octane Speculation #2: There is a great deal of speculation occurring currently, regarding the possibility that  plasmas may constitute a form of relatively "immaterial" and inorganic life.  Accepting the speculation as true for the moment, and for the sake of extrapolating some possible implications, what if under certain magnetic conditions these plasmas could also - so to speak - "shape shift" and take on a specific bodily form? The key to the shape-shifting "Terminator 2" robot in the article appears to be the application of a magnetic field of a specific type and under specific conditions. The response of the "shape shifting robot" appears to be a response to the magnetic field (or lack thereof), and its geometry itself. This approach might go a long way to rationalize and explain certain phenomena in old lore and tradition.... but that is the subject of another day, and perhaps of another book...

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Nidster - on February 1, 2023 at 10:32 pm

    Recalling the 1947 Roswell incident and Wernher Von Braun. An unusual piece of the ‘wreckage’ described the craft as being made from a material and being “a thin, unfamiliar substance more resembling some sort of skin.” And Von Braun was quoted to have stated. “Some pieces were like silvery chewing gum wrappers.”

  2. bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:07 pm

    Isn’t that interesting? That’s precisely what the technology in the jabs does!! It assembles and disassembles, depending on the microwave induction availability!! Yes, we’ve seen this in videos from La Quinta Columna, and others. And much more.

    They do have to out with everything, after all. Curious how they know exactly how to state it and hide it. And a-maze all those who prefer ignoring.
    Meanwhile, back in the jungle, it’s all a DOD operation, as can be seen from the “contracts” as shown by Bailiwick News and Due Diligence and Art, on substack.
    In case anyone wants to pay attention to the real nitty gritty, the papers that move the money, and shuffle the responsibility away away away. “Cause folks are dying by the millions, and it’s gonna be a different “whirled/world” in ten years from now.
    How about we make it different from the different they are planning? Or shall we simply keep eating whatever daily pablum they feed us?

  3. Randy on January 31, 2023 at 11:17 am

    Lol relax folks! This is ONLY more of drip 💧Drip 💧 DRIP 💧 of ‘us’ trying ta use technology ta get back the natural ‘X’ ‘We’ once had ? …’we’ve’ ‘lost’ that ‘X’ & ‘they’ THINK ya hav ta ‘use’ technology 2 try & get that ‘X’ backs 🫣 hint X stands 4 …talent 🫢 🤭

  4. marcos toledo on January 30, 2023 at 7:43 pm

    Remember Joseph vampires, werewolves, and Skinwalkers are shapeshifters and go back further than the Terminator movies.

    • zod1ac5corp1o on January 30, 2023 at 8:13 pm

      Oh joy. Here in the UK Tony Bliar is promising more ‘injectibles.’ Can’t wait for the outcome of that BS. Quite why anyone listens to that nobsock is beyond me. Didn’t Arizona Wilder say he’s a shape shifting reptile. This is not the world I want-sometimes wish I’d already hit the 3 score years and 10. Ah well, we’ll see what the next few years brings. Loving the high octane speculation anyway.

  5. Robert Barricklow on January 30, 2023 at 1:24 pm

    The Breakaway Civilization already had the “Roswell metal” developed.
    But, so did the Nazi’s; who brought that paperclip tech – to the USA.
    Of course the “corporatism was already thriving here.
    W/the embedded DC Soviet-style bureaucracy – moving towards a USSA future perfect.

  6. Robert Barricklow on January 30, 2023 at 11:44 am

    Don’t worry.
    Those shape shifting nanobots were in your quackcines.
    But; the new really advanced, shape-shifting ones, are coming out, in the newly advanced quackcines; to fight the newly engineered, ever-shape-shifting-nano-bot Pfizer viruses; all purposed for fighting the different mRNA versions, of who you really are!
    These new shape-shifting viruses and quackcines, developed by Pfizer will all have embedded in them, the living trademark, digitized derivative: Rabbit Hole mutations.
    “If it’s not liquidified; Pfizer will get her done.” new Company slogan.

    Not to be out done; Moderna is working on an alien version from another solar system. And, the rumor is, that Moderna’s viruses and quackcines will have been alien programmed.
    Of course, many believe the new algorithms, that are engineering their own algorithms; are already, a new alien life form.

    A rumor of a new pharmaceutical company, Plasmas-R-U
    is coming out of DARPA…

    • Barbara on February 1, 2023 at 10:11 am

      This just made my day Robert! Thank you.

    • bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:11 pm

      fasten your brain belts……where’s Douglas Adams when we need him?
      I know why the answer is “42”. Do you?

  7. InfiniteRUs on January 30, 2023 at 11:18 am

    I suspect the Roswell crash was a balloon or airship, just not a weather balloon. I suspect they were testing radar invisibility materials. Aliens and all that could have just been a psychological operations designed to hide what it really was and to plant the idea of aliens for cover of future operations such as future population reduction blamed on aliens. Plasma entities may be the current theory on ghost encounters. Some speculate ghosts, demonic seeming spirits, aliens and fairy type creatures may all be different manifestations of the same thing. Don’t make room for such in my reality today but when I was young my siblings and I experienced such encounter a few times. Never would manifest around the adults until my mom divorced my dad and joined the Navy and taking her with us. Then it started doing the same things with my dad when he lived in the same house alone. He sold the house and moved shortly after. We called such places haunted ground and speculated they could be old Indian burial sites back then but I suspect it wasn’t an Indian burial site. Indians are aware of such places as well and avoid the more dangerous ones.

    • InfiniteRUs on January 30, 2023 at 11:40 am

      Always wondered why such things tend to hide from most adults but manifest to kids. Perhaps if they are a phenomenon of certain local conditions and bound to a certain location because of this that is why. If they targeted the adults they would simply move away. But by hiding from the adults and preying only on the children when the adults are not present to witness it then the adults are more likely to stay in that location much longer than they otherwise would. It’s not cheap to pick up and move from a place you worked so hard to get but if you were targeted you would do just that. The adults would tend to disbelieve their kids as long as they could and blame their child’s experience as some psychological problem instead.

      • effortlessbeing on January 30, 2023 at 2:42 pm

        It’s been my experience that children under the age of seven (and with the push to get children to read at younger ages in our modern era, potentially a few years younger), don’t have the same filters in place that older children and adults do. Watch infants and babies – they are always looking at things we adults don’t see or understand. They look at the edges of things, and are constantly “distracted” by all sorts of inputs. As we start to grow up, our parents (and other family / caregivers / teachers) teach us to “stop looking at that” and “pay attention to this.” We become conditioned to disregard the fullness of our experience, and discount the “invisible” aspects of reality that are plainly obvious and clear to the infant / baby / young child.

        Places we consider “haunted”, might possibly just be where various non-physical entities are clustered for a variety of reasons. Part of the “dumbing down” is the narrowing of our visual spectrum, only allowing us to see the visible light spectrum. It’s established that there are frequencies of light outside the visible spectrum (e.g. infrared, x-ray, etc.), but there is much, much more than that. I’ve heard the analogy, that if we can imagine all of the frequencies that are “out there” to be the Empire State Building, then the visible spectrum of light that we see is the space of the drop ceiling on the 51st floor! 😉

        Most entheogens, and many spiritual practices, push us out of our conditioned reality, allowing us to perceive our existence in a much more accurate way. Who is seeing reality more clearly: the adventurer partaking in a psilocybin experience, or us “digital warriors” trying to figure out who’s in control and the tricks of our enslavement?

        • InfiniteRUs on January 30, 2023 at 3:44 pm

          I’m a philosopher so I like to explore all possibilities to some extent. People scattered all over the planet through out all ages seem to believe in all kinds of different spiritual beings both good, bad and in between. Perhaps some of the formless give birth to forms so we can in tern give more shape to the formless. Are they all tricksters with their own agendas as some believe, pretending to be gods, angels, demons, spirit guides, or whatever our imagination imagines them to be? Or are there countless types with countless natures and levels of ability like is found in the animal and plant kingdom around us. Something creates us and everything. Could it have intelligence and be omnipresent? I believe so. Could it have countless spiritual cells to it’s being with different purposes and charecteristics like our own bodies? Could these infinite individual cells possess different levels of awareness and intelligence? Could some become cancerous? Does feeding on our imaginings and expectations of them feed and shape their nature and form? As a philosopher I see countess potentials concerning these things.

          • anakephalaiosis on January 31, 2023 at 1:39 am

            When thought travels any path, then there is no limit to action, and that is the dragon unleashed, when the 7th seal is broken.

            The feat of breaking the 7th seal is achieved, by use of psilocybin, with purposeful intent to do so, as an upgrade in psywar.

            The Scythian dragon cave, attributed to Plato, is not an academic achievement, but an upgrade in weapon technology.

            The Last Supper Holy Grail is illumination, by toasting Scythian cranial cup.

        • bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:20 pm

          Yes, yes. Children, and cats particularly, can see spirits moving around in places. I’ve seen them too, in years when I had no video presence in my life for decades, only life, the wild, and children. And animals and plants.
          And yes, trees can speak to us also. I’ve seen the dancing lights around my childrens’ heads. I have a daughter who saw fairies, and experienced them going away when the site was invaded by a boy scout troop.
          One of my children saw one of the little people one day in Hawaii.
          Machine dwelling entirely disconnects us from the magic, unless our connect is primal and continuous.
          I know. The owl was hooting right around me last eve for a third of the hour. They come around me a lot.
          Babies will scream continuously in the presence of evil. Sigh as soon as you walk out of it. And between the ages of three and four, if you are present with them, all the time, they will suddenly burst out and speak of their past lifetime. It’s such a magical journey!!’
          Poor as a church mouse, but wouldn’t have missed a minute of it for anything this world has to offer. Not love, fame, status, nothing. Nothing comes close to what I learned by being present.

  8. Nidster - on January 30, 2023 at 11:13 am

    Shapeshifters have been an ongoing theme of ancient legends, and those ancient themes continue to be portrayed in modern films, and TV shows. Strange stuff of course, but as the ancient proverb says: “Where there is smoke, there is fire”.

    • bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:22 pm

      Do we not shape shift continuously from birth to death? Slowly, for sure, but time, after all……….

  9. Bizantura on January 30, 2023 at 6:32 am

    Engineers, possibly, have found a way to give intelligent plasma’s a way to roam the earth in a visible way? Yikes!

    • bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:23 pm

      And how would you describe yourself? We create our own plasma fields. Some refer to this as “aura”.

  10. anakephalaiosis on January 30, 2023 at 6:13 am

    Wormwood, the quicksilver demon, is trying to find keyhole, and squeeze through needle eye.

    • bluelectricstorm on February 1, 2023 at 10:24 pm

      Wormwood is a very powerful and effective herb.

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