Nanotechnology and the International Law of Weaponry

via Project Camelot

and there have not been officially disclosed  Directed Energy Weapons yet. Better and better.

The point is, even if you create in the next decades  international laws, how will those laws be implemented?  How will I prove that I was shot with somebody’s smart phone? It was incomprehensible to my mind that the democratic, well educated western society would create a lethal weapon in the form of a mobile phone and give it to the world population with permission to torture and kill. Yes, kill, we are not killed only because of the reduced intensity of a signal. Otherwise majority of hunters would not give it a second thought.

Just a simple look at the military research evokes doubts about the state of their minds. The world is in hands of the scientists, who are competing with each other in who has the sickest and the most evil imagination on the planet and you are financing it, although you know they use civilians as their guinea pigs.  Well nanoweapons have a direct access to the whole body without using smart phones, they are in our food, water, in the air we breath and we have no idea how, when and by what/whom they could be activated.

Again, no international protective laws exist to this day.

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Human made barrier

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(NASA)

There’s a Detectable Human-Made Barrier Surrounding Earth

We are changing space itself.

BEC CREW
5 APR 2018

In 2017, NASA space probes detected a massive, human-made ‘barrier’ surrounding Earth.

And tests have confirmed that it’s actually having an effect on space weather far beyond our planet’s atmosphere.

But the good news is that unlike our influence on the planet itself, that humongous bubble we created out in space is actually working in our favour.

Back in 2012, NASA launched two space probes to work in tandem with each other as they whizzed through Earth’s Van Allen Belts at speeds of around 3,200 km/h (2,000 mph).

Our planet is surrounded by two such radiation belts (and a temporary third one) – the inner belt stretches from around 640 to 9,600 km (400 to 6,000 miles) above Earth’s surface, while the outer belt occupies an altitude of roughly 13,500 to 58,000 km (8,400 to 36,000 miles).

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