CNBC: New genocidal nanotechnology uses insects and mini-nukes

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CNBC: New genocidal nanotechnology uses insects and mini-nukes

Postby Maria » Sat 18 March 2017 9:01 pm

With new nanotechnology already being used and being refined, it is only a matter of time before mishaps or deliberate assassinations occur. Have some assassinations already been staged?

The following excerpt below is very much abridged. I have added two subtities below and have bolded some important words and phrases. Note that inhalable nanoweapons have already been unleashed. It is called chemical or bacterial warfare, and such use is highly unethical.

To read the entire lengthy article, please visit:
http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/17/mini-nuk ... rfare.html

Mini-nukes and mosquito-like robot weapons being primed for future warfare
Jeff Daniels
Friday, 17 Mar 2017 | 10:32 AM ET

Several countries are developing nanoweapons ...

"Nanobots are the real concern about wiping out humanity because they can be weapons of mass destruction," said Louis Del Monte, a Minnesota-based physicist and futurist. He's the author of a just released book entitled "Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat To Humanity." ...

According to Del Monte, nanoweapons are much smaller than a strand of human hair and the insect-like nanobots could be programmed to perform various tasks, including injecting toxins into people or contaminating the water supply of a major city. ...


Assassination attempts

Another scenario he suggested the nanodrone could do in the future is fly into a room and drop a poison onto something, such as food, to presumably target a particular individual. ...

... the Army Research Laboratory announced it created an advanced drone the size of a fly complete with a set of "tiny robotic legs" ....

It also forecast "microexplosives" along with "nanobots serving as [bioweapons] delivery systems or as micro-weapons themselves, and inhalable micro-particles to cripple personnel."


Developing Nuclear Nanotechnology Makes Mini-Nuke Virtually Impossible to Detect

Nanotechnology opens up the possibility to manufacture mini-nuke components ... Furthermore, the weapon (capable of an explosion equivalent to about 100 tons of TNT) could be compact enough to fit into a pocket or purse and weigh about 5 pounds and destroy large buildings or be combined to do greater damage to an area. ...

Del Monte explained that the mini-nuke weapon is activated when the nanoscale laser triggers a small thermonuclear fusion bomb using a tritium-deuterium fuel. Their size makes them difficult to screen, detect and also there's "essentially no fallout" associated with them. ...


Earlier in his career, Del Monte said he held a secret clearance when he worked on Defense Department programs at Honeywell, ranging from missiles to satellites. He also previously worked on advanced computers at IBM and has several patents on microelectronics. In those roles, he led development of microelectronics and sensors.
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