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Mind Control Nanobots In Our Shampoo?!
07-24-2013, 07:04 AM #1
Ruby Wolf Member
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I believe its possible that the tptb and their military industrial complex has incredible technology thats purposefully kept out of the lime light thats probably at least tewnty or thirty years ahead of what the oblivious public is allowed to know...

I believe its possible that tptb and their military industrial complex has set into motion an extremely sinister agenda of controlling peoples thoughts and actions through super advanced mind controlling techniques...

One of several other malevolent technological agendas is the secret placement of mind controlling nanobots in our shampoos and other directly applied hair products that are pre programmed and remotely controllable microscopic machines with bone penetrating capabilities that are able to attach themselves within certain parts of our human brain like pre frontal lobes to make people highly susceptible to the nefarious implementations of various new world order policies and plans...

Those in power who are in the evil business of control and domination of the masses of easily manipulated sheeple would know which products they and their beautiful people families and friends should stay away from and never use and with these nefarious micro machines functioning within the brains of large targeted segments of common people who would not even realize what was being done to them as these diabolically manipulating evil programs of ever escalating murder and mayhem and other forms of human population reduction and other terrible new world order plans designs unleashed all around us again and again...

I believe its equally amazing and frightening knowing how if this is really going on and if this is actually being done to us most people would refuse to believe it because the truth would be too horrible for them to face and would stay in almost complete denial and keep happening to us and still go on and on and on...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanorobotics

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07-24-2013, 07:11 AM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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Most shampoos contain chemicals that are without doubt harmful to your health without even involving nanoparticles.

07-24-2013, 07:43 AM #3
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Quote:Tiny particles used in a range of everyday products from computers to shampoo can adversely affect the lungs in very different ways, a study has shown.
Research by the University of Edinburgh suggests that industrial manufacturers using nanoparticles should be aware of the risks that different types of nanoparticles pose to workers who handle them.

Nanoparticles -- which can be 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair -- are potentially hazardous to workers handling the chemicals used to make products as they may be at risk of inhaling them.

The particles are not, however, thought to pose any substantial risk once they are incorporated in consumer goods used by the public.

The study, published in Environmental Health Perspectives, showed that four different types of nanoparticles produced distinct patterns of lung injury in rats, some involving the immune system.
Read more: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/201...094242.htm

Science daily does not appear so scientific here. The particles are bad until they get in a bottle with a label according to this article.
Absurd.

Quote:the $200 billion global cosmetics industry is one of the major players in the emerging field of nanotechnology. According to the Centre for the Study of Environmental Change at Lancaster University in Britain, the cosmetics industry already holds the largest number of patents for nanoparticles – and be it toothpaste, sunscreen, shampoo, hair conditioner, lipstick, eye shadow, after shave, moisturizer or deodorant, the industry is leading the way.

Read more: http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid...z2Zw1alxcs

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07-24-2013, 07:54 AM #4
Ruby Wolf Member
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^ Unfortunately this wild and frightening idea seems to have more truth than I thought?! ^

Just imagine what we dont know they have that they wont tell us about?!
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07-24-2013, 08:48 AM #5
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Wait until ya get a load of their latest and greatest....

The Tape Worm Nano-Drone.

Just wait until ya notice that one pokin' it's head out. just ta see wear ya crap!
07-24-2013, 08:56 AM #6
Ruby Wolf Member
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Bug - 2006 - Directed by William (Exorcist/French Connection) Friedkin >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delusional_parasitosis

07-24-2013, 09:12 AM #7
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(07-24-2013, 08:48 AM)JollyRoger Wrote:  Wait until ya get a load of their latest and greatest....

The Tape Worm Nano-Drone.

Just wait until ya notice that one pokin' it's head out. just ta see wear ya crap!


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07-24-2013, 09:26 AM #8
Accidental Stoner Member
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Would not surprise me one bit.

Haven't used anything but ecologically
produced soap for some 7 years now.


07-24-2013, 10:49 AM #9
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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iagree.gif 2 years for us. Organic Olive Oil Soap, and Organic Shampoo. No toothpaste either, baking soda, salt and hydrogen peroxide works much better.
No canned foods with the BPA laden white liner, or drinking from clear plastic bottles.
Difficult to tell whats in laundry detergent though, and how much residue stays on the clothes. Then, there is dish washing liquid... who knows whats in that, but I know it's close to Correxit in many ways. damned.gif

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07-24-2013, 10:55 AM #10
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(07-24-2013, 07:43 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  
Quote:Tiny particles used in a range of everyday products from computers to shampoo can adversely affect the lungs in very different ways, a study has shown.
Research by the University of Edinburgh suggests that industrial manufacturers using nanoparticles should be aware of the risks that different types of nanoparticles pose to workers who handle them.

Nanoparticles -- which can be 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair -- are potentially hazardous to workers handling the chemicals used to make products as they may be at risk of inhaling them.

The particles are not, however, thought to pose any substantial risk once they are incorporated in consumer goods used by the public.

The study, published in Environmental Health Perspectives, showed that four different types of nanoparticles produced distinct patterns of lung injury in rats, some involving the immune system.
Read more: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/201...094242.htm

Science daily does not appear so scientific here. The particles are bad until they get in a bottle with a label according to this article.
Absurd.

Quote:the $200 billion global cosmetics industry is one of the major players in the emerging field of nanotechnology. According to the Centre for the Study of Environmental Change at Lancaster University in Britain, the cosmetics industry already holds the largest number of patents for nanoparticles – and be it toothpaste, sunscreen, shampoo, hair conditioner, lipstick, eye shadow, after shave, moisturizer or deodorant, the industry is leading the way.

Read more: http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid...z2Zw1alxcs


damned.gif This is not common knowledge. Nice find but scary. Time to throw away every bottle of everything in the bathroom.
07-24-2013, 12:12 PM #11
Accidental Stoner Member
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(07-24-2013, 10:49 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  iagree.gif 2 years for us. Organic Olive Oil Soap, and Organic Shampoo. No toothpaste either, baking soda, salt and hydrogen peroxide works much better.
No canned foods with the BPA laden white liner, or drinking from clear plastic bottles.
Difficult to tell whats in laundry detergent though, and how much residue stays on the clothes. Then, there is dish washing liquid... who knows whats in that, but I know it's close to Correxit in many ways. damned.gif


Dr Melumad's Plantoral is a good herbal toothpaste without toxic ingredients.
First one that really seems to work for me.
So far, all Aloe Vera products I've tried have kicked ass.

Can I post this, or is it unauthorized advertising or something?
07-24-2013, 12:39 PM #12
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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chuckle.gif No I think Google will allow that, if not they will send me a message
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07-24-2013, 03:11 PM #13
Accidental Stoner Member
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chuckle.gif

Dr Melumad is my favourite Israeli.
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I never buy anything else produced over there.

Aloe is a fantastic plant.
Almost as useful as ganja.
07-24-2013, 04:29 PM #14
Octo Mother Superior
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I squeeze aloe right out of my plant for lotion. beercheer.gifchuckle.gif
07-24-2013, 07:10 PM #15
Ruby Wolf Member
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Alberto V05 is the only shampoo I've used for most of my life...

And all their various intoxicating flavors...

I mean scents (*-*)

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