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Dan Lannon

Are Morgellons for real?

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I believe that they are, and if so, we are being gradually and nefariously rewired not to mention the catastrophic irreversible damage being done to nature as a whole.  At the end of the day, the sideshow we are witnessing in the global political theater really doesn't matter....all that one has to do is look up at the daily incessant spraying of the skies and it's evident that something is afoul.  Trump could stop this B.S. (at least over the U.S.) with a single phone call yet it persists day in and day out.   It's not normal, and as taxpayers funding this crap, we deserve a definitive answer as to what it's all about and what the true objective is.

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This video says it all:

 

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AGREED,

they are real and they appear at times to be the offspring of chem trails, we really have no idea of what all is being done to us from the air!!

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Heavy metal that are able to interact with the new Wifi grid being placed ontop of us. Very real, and there is a purpose. 

DNA altering too, of course.

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notgoingtorespond

Sofia smallstorm? REALLY!?

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notgoingtorespond
1 minute ago, Dan Lannon said:

Yeah. Really.  Why?

Sofia the a.i. robot and then smallstorm.

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https://www.beilstein-journals.org/bjnano/articles/6/181

Advancements in the fields of nanoscience and nanotechnology have resulted in myriad possibilities for consumer product applications, many of which have already migrated from laboratory benches into store shelves and e-commerce websites. Nanomaterials have been increasingly incorporated into consumer products, although research is still ongoing on their potential effects to the environment and human health. This research will continue long into the future.

To document the penetration of nanotechnology in the consumer marketplace, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Project on Emerging Nanotechnology created the Nanotechnology Consumer Product Inventory (CPI) in 2005, listing 54 products [1]. This first-of-its-kind inventory has become one of the most frequently cited resources showcasing the widespread applications of nanotechnology in consumer products. In 2010, the CPI listed 1012 products from 409 companies in 24 countries. Even though it did not go through substantial updates in the period between 2010 and 2013, it continued being heavily cited in government reports [2] and the scientific literature – the website http://www.nanotechproject.org has been cited over 2,580 times in articles according to Google Scholar – and became a popular indicator of the prevalence of nanotechnology in everyday life and the need to further study its potential social, economical, and environmental impacts [3-6]. The CPI has also been criticized due to its lack of science-based data to support manufacturer claims. Other longstanding suggestions for improvement included: more frequent updates, indications when products were no longer available for purchase by consumers, and the inclusion of more product categories to improve the searchability of the CPI database [7].

P.S. This is "old news", not that anyone is surprised. This is a whole scientific article. Posted a tiny bit of it

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Well if it is not a real phenomenon then what the heck have people been pull out of their skin? Looked real to me.

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15 hours ago, who knows said:

Well if it is not a real phenomenon then what the heck have people been pull out of their skin? Looked real to me.

They are trying to play god. And it's not going to end good for us.

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