GRAPHENE BIO-AI INTERFACE - THE ELECTROMAGNETIC MATRIX

GRAPHENE BIO-AI INTERFACE - THE ELECTROMAGNETIC MATRIX

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hey what's up guys so yeah i gotta got the nikon p900 our camera upgrades for the investigation work that i do so we're gonna have a lot of fun with that i don't know how to use it one bit this did not of course come out of jen's fundraiser enjoy the video it's on the hive mind graphing neural list interface [Music] now you may say this doesn't concern me or my children or my community but this is less and less true see nano cells are real small a thousand
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times smaller than these dust particulates you inhale it they go to work replicating spreading like a virus multiplying in exponentials six months time i could have a hundred million people converted ditch diggers porn stars and presidents not one would be the wiser a hundred million people will buy what i want them to buy and do pretty much damn well anything i figured not kidding there are those that think wait a minute wait a minute the last sanctified space is that of my consciousness and you're using this stuff to invade
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that you're right what has gone from the drawing board to the reality is this the use of neural interfacing and physiological interfacing through the idea of remote-controlled small-scale systems to create a nano swarm of bio-penetrable materials that you cannot see that can penetrate all but the most robust biochemical filters that are able to integrate themselves through a variety of membranes mucous membranes and wherever mouth nose ears
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eyes and they can be done in such a level that their presence is almost impossible to detect and as such the attribution becomes exceedingly difficult to demonstrate the idea here is to put minimal sized electrodes in a network within a brain through only minimal intervention to be able to read and write into the brain function in real time remotely a group of scientists say we are closer than ever to creating technology which can emerge with human biology in order to access the cloud in real time
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confused well rt's rachel blevins is here and has all the details can you imagine technology that is so advanced it could provide you with instant access to the world's knowledge and artificial intelligence as soon as you think of a specific topic according to a group of scientists neural nano robotics may be developed to enable a safe secure instantaneous real-time interface between the human brain and both biological and non-biological computing systems this level of technology could include
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brain-to-brain interfaces brain-to-computer interfaces and specifically bring to cloud interfaces technology linking the brain to the cloud could drastically alter the state of communications between humans and machines so in order for this to become possible the study noted that data transfer between living human brains and the cloud would likely require the use of supercomputers with artificial intelligence algorithms while they say that there are supercomputers with processing speeds fast enough to handle
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the necessary volumes of data right now they still have to create tiny devices that would be embedded deep in the brain i can create small robotic units controllable robotic units at the nano scale and that these two can be aerosolized the idea here is to put minimal sized electrodes in a network within a brain through only minimal intervention to be able to read and write into the brain function in real time remotely the senior author of the study noted that once inside the brain the devices
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would then wirelessly transmit encoded information to and from a cloud-based supercomputer network for real-time brain state monitoring and data extraction such a breakthrough in technology has the power to transform communications education work and the world as we know it but with the requirement of tiny devices being inserted into your brain in order to access the cloud it remains to be seen just how many people will be willing to participate
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this is a very touchy area but the disruptive effect can be huge you can target key individuals and influence in ways that are kinetic and non-kinetic the attitudes beliefs thoughts emotions activities and relative vulnerabilities and predispositions of those individuals for whom may threaten us it used to be that i need to be exceedingly close to someone to now influence them with a weapon and now what we see is we create both distal potential as well as much more capable potential to affect them in a variety of different ways i give you no science fiction in
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this lecture i only give you science fact that may smell of something fictional or fantasy but represents the reality of what we're capable of doing with the brain science so mind to mind communication this is something of science fiction that we all read about but this is actually possible today this is actually possible today hey what's up youtube it's eric from the ancient of days it is 2 13 p.m eastern standard time
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on the 19th of july 2021 i pray all my brothers and sisters out there are doing well and today we're going to wrap up the topic on graphene as uh the interface uh as the one hive mind for the new world order so let's get started and jump right into i first want to give a special thanks to casey from her blog that she sends to me information uh regularly and you know what this weekend i did absolutely nothing i needed a badly needed break
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from researching and looking into things and she really saved my butt because she sent me a bunch of information yesterday which i didn't really look at too much until today and i was like great because that opened up a whole bunch of other avenues into information that i could share with you guys so that you can become educated on it i know that some of this stuff is going to be dry guys i'm going to try to keep this video as short as possible and then i'll let you guys go ahead as i leave all the links here that i have up as
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uh tabs then you can actually read these entire articles for yourselves i'm also going to because at the end here at the very end of this we're going to look at um well this is the guy yeah here he's the graphene guys look at how far this goes all the way back his name is uh what mecha l fulgastorm uh from tedx so you guys could check out the entire vid i'll leave the link in the description box but what i did is i just uh this this video here what i did is i really just edited
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segments of it that pertain particularly to what i'm talking about in this topic today so if you'd like to watch the entire video i'm going to leave this link of course in the box with the rest of the links because you know it can be dry but some people like to learn as much as they possibly can and another one here which this one's not so dry actually new brain computer interface technology steve hoffman from tedx okay so uh this one here was just from uh 2017 i know it's uh
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you know again past mid 2021 now but it's amazing how when you look at these older videos now of course i never even saw this video before but uh even like harold kotzevalik go back to 2015 those videos now that used to seem like science fiction back in 2014 2015 even or even as recently as 2017 which was just you know four years ago basically just under four years ago seemed like an impossibility
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or something that was at least decades out into the future but it's now manifesting right now right in front of our faces guys and it's happening all around the earth so it's not just uh here in the states of course it's happening everywhere as you guys are well aware so interfacing graphene-based materials with neural cells that would be our brains okay i'm just going to briefly go through some of this because again i'm going to put but all these um these articles into the description box this
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actually here goes back to april 11th of 2018. the scientific community has witnessed an exponential increase in the applications of graphene and graphene based materials in a wide range of fields from engineering to electronics to bio technologies biotechnologies would be transhumanism really you know it's technology um intermingled with biology and biomedical applications yeah i could see that uh
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if they they wanted to go ahead and use some of this technology for like cleaning out your heart valves and whatnot that they speak about yeah that would be wonderful if that was the primary application but unfortunately the primary application is actually the complete opposite but regardless i can't talk about some of those things but you know where i'm going with that for what concerns neuroscience the inter the interest raised by these materials is twofold on one side nanosheets made
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of graphene or graphene derivatives graphene oxide specifically or its reduced form can be used as carriers for drug delivery so now here we're going to just kind of scroll down here this gives you the introduction to graphene introduction okay graphene g is a single or few layered sheet of sp2 that is the uh name that they give to graphene bonded carbon atoms tightly packed on
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two-dimensional 2d sheets honeycombed lattice with a thickness of only 0.34 nanometers 0.34 nanometers that meaning it literally has no height that's how small that is a nanometer is one billionth of a meter so it's actually one third of one billionth of a meter in height therefore making it basically uh you know without any height whatsoever so it lacks height it's only
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two dimensional having length and width each carbon atom has three bonds and out of plane bond can bind neighboring atoms okay this gets into self-assembling nanotechnologies okay so let's scroll down a little more graphing applications in neuroscience the biomedical applications of graphene represent a field of continuous expansion traditional treatments for central nervous system disorders present number of challenges thus developing new tools
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that outperform the state-of-the-art technology for imaging drug delivery non-neural regeneration and electrical recording that's what i want to talk about right there electrical recording and sensing is one of the main goal of modern medicine and neuroscience meaning they truly want to go ahead and record what the brain is perceiving seeing hearing thinking and feeling as brian crawford had spoken about that when he worked at sis inc he's he
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he likened it to looking through the eyes of the targeted individual when they use this type of technology that's done through the quantum computers that generates an image based on your neural patterns your electrical recordings okay based on your neural thought patterns electrical recording your neurons it then processes and get puts an image on a screen for those looking to see it since the development of carbon related materials nanotechnology has strongly impacted a number of
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applications okay here's the figure one graphene based neural interfaces they tell you right here let me increase this here okay graphing based neural interfaces for a variety of neuronal functionalities like recording are you hearing this like recording stimulation and biosensing modified with permission of whoever this is graphing nano sheets dispersions of biomedical applications could give someone modern effects due to the intrinsic characteristics of the
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material interestingly functionalization of graphene surface could alleviate most of these drawbacks so graphene is like a wonder a wonder carbon based now as we continue to scroll on down here let's have a look right here graphene substrates as neuronal interfaces tissue engineering aims to restore the functionality of disruptive tissue by interfacing it with suitable bio materials well graphene is a biomaterial this is a fast expanding field of
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research in need of innovative approaches to achieve highly biocompatible functional and low invasive implants for long-term applications well we already know by just looking up here a little bit that they admit that graphene is at the size of nanoparticles nanoparticle engineering okay they're talking about graphene here as nanomaterials offer enormous potential for therapeutics and
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diagnosis but also raise the possibility to unintended access to the brain all right let's read that again nanoparticle engineering as they tell us right here that graphene is actually a nanoparticle now okay and this was back in 2018 of april nanomaterials offer enormous potential for therapeutics that's beautiful and diagnosis but also raised the possibility of unintended access to the brain in vivo study
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showed that the nanoparticle could be found in the central nervous system upon various ways of administration so they're telling us here that they can easily go ahead and use it through nanoparticles and they've even found it in the central nervous system which of course the central nervous system is your spinal cord and the spinal fluid goes right up to your brain so the spinal fluid and your cerebral fluid are the same because they're all interconnected let's continue to scroll down because they already told us that it was an interface
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they also told us right here that subtracts neuronal interfaces graphene is a neuronal interface 3d graphene based scaffolds composites foams fibers hydro gels unfreaking believable are you hearing what i'm saying listen to this 3d graphene based scaffolds composites foams fibers and hydrogels again hydrogels is that reminds you of
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anything applications of graphene-based materials and neurology field will be possible upon development of three-dimensional scaffolds able to support nerve generation across the injured lesion state unique properties of planar 2d graphene scaffolds are exceeding are exceeded by 3d graphing structures which provide a micro environment where the cells are able to grow under conditions that are closer to nvo
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situation all right that's very very interesting look here figure four it shows us the scaffolds in the vo some image to the uh neural stem cells okay this is all in the brain how did it get there well i don't know through nanoparticles perhaps or could it be through injections graphene based devices for neural recording and stimulation unbelievable i mean they don't even hide anything anymore clinical interventions
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for recovery of neural dysfunctions and motor disorders attract challenges the research towards implantable stimulation devices able to adapt to flexible supports and possibly outperform the most common metal electrode based technologies that's because graphene is a really great conductor of electricity polymeric interfaces again there's that word interfaces outperform in terms mechanically complex compliant properties but often lack durability
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and graphing is one of the most durable materials ever known to man under uh physiological conditions and above all proper a proper proper electrical conductivity proper electrical conductivity neural stimulation techniques such as deep brain well how they get it into the deep brain well you know guys we know how they're doing it okay brain or cortical stimulation cochlear and retinal implants usually rely on the ability of implanted devices
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to elicit a functional response of the tissue by providing a minimum injecting charge so as we scroll down here what else can we see that that it's used for here computation modeling and simulations of graphing interacting biomolecular systems wow unbelievable let's scroll down a little more okay so absorption of biomolecules onto graphene so they're talking about absorption rates
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interactions with graphene with biomembranes are you starting to see a pattern here where everything has that they're talking about has to do it with with intermingling biology with technology that what we call transhumanism okay so this is definitely an agenda okay so the graphene structures here ionic bonding holds ions together as a giant lattice bonds create simple molecules or giant
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covalent structures different types of bonding give a substance different properties different different melting points and different boiling points different electrical conductivity again electrical conductivity and different solubility in water among much else well if it's going to be used in a biological body then it has to be be able to be sustained in a wet environment this is actually what it looks like right here this is the lattice effect
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that's why they call it the honeycomb look that's the graphene structure the 666 hive mind now let's look here at the neurolase hive mind graphing interface video that i did just a little brief uh introduction here about the exact uh chemistry here that's going on that and they're putting into the biology of people across the earth right now as i'm speaking into this microphone let's listen um so darpa it's a new graphene
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new graphene sensors could provide unprecedented insult into brain structure and this is um funded by darpa this is a darpa agenda of course as we know and they're obsessed with it okay it's important that you understand that this is definitely darpa's behind it and uh why in the world would darpa be behind and uh cheering on with pom-poms for vaccination campaign but nonetheless let's continue to listen global globalist military agenda
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um okay so what they're saying here is they're merging they're merging three technologies all that recently won the nobel prize so they tell us here that um the the new device uses graphene a recently discovered form of carbon um yeah and it's only four atoms thick um and they're using these as biological sensors um but they're merging three technologies to deliver this graphene to
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the world i found this very interesting that all three of these were a nobel prize let's listen um cutting edge research in graphene yeah which in the nobel prize in 2010 then um super resolved fluorescent micro microscopy which earned the 2014 nobel prize in chemistry and optogenics which involves genetically modifying cells yeah to create uh light reactive proteins so
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um obviously that's an injection you wouldn't call it a vaccine gene therapy though it's an injection anyway that's the point i'm trying to make so the graphene is being injected according you know that is the darpa obviously you know otherwise it's they're not why are they going to get excited by something which would need everyone to have surgery when no one's going to agree to have surgery they're getting excited because this is being injected into everyone yeah that's what they're doing so some interesting information
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graphene-based neural probe detects brain activity at high resolution and signal quality this is a science blog and uh just making the mention also making the link here um researchers from the european graphene flagship have developed this neural probe based on graphene field effect transistors and uh just making the point here it could play a role in elon musk just announced new
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link new lace of course it is the brain interface because um just reading this here very interesting graphene-based new interface here you go listen to this if you guys haven't seen this video you know if not skip ahead that's fine but here here's the punchline this allows improved brain activity mapping um again the uh quite recent eu graphene flagship yeah that's everything that is that's
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the armand connected biography and also the um augmented reality you know pretty amazing i mean this is from march of 2021 so it's not like this is old news here at all but uh here's what i want to show you guys because this uh graphene that you're talking about how it's so magnetic and it's such an interface and a great conductor of heat and electricity now if this becomes part of your biology
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here's where the whole connection was made that this is an interface and they have actually magnetized the ambient air and they have turned the sky into plasma by ionizing the nanoparticles that are sprayed through the chemtrail programs such as barium strontium aluminum they go ahead and they ionize them with emf and extremely low frequency radiation it removes or adds an electron it becomes plasma here it is this is from let's see let's
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open this up here again see what the date is from this is a private video that i uploaded the day that i took it was july 2nd of 2021 so let's look at the electromagnetic pulse in the air in the skies above okay this is from my cam my 5g cam 24 megapixels 14.3 zoom capacity at 60 frames per second do you see that pulsing i got the volume off let's listen i was saying
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are you guys freaking kidding me you see the electromagnetic frequency coming off of my trees i found the device that's doing it that's freaking crazy man i found the device that's doing that are you guys seeing that pulse again this is an electromagnetic frequency that is throughout all of the ambient air including the skies way above in the cloud structures where the uh nanoparticulates are
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as well as all the nanobots and the refractive barium veil because again barium is so refractive it's as reflective refractive as glass that in conjunction with the aluminum nano particles it makes it exactly like looking at a mirror reflection that's why we cannot see all this clandestine activity that is happening in the skies above because it's what's in a plasma field this is electromagnetic radiation within the ambient air
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now here's another one this one here was from 526 so may 26 okay i actually did a video with this footage now i want you guys to look at just look at this incredible electromagnetic pulse again taken with a 5g cam 24 megapixels at with 14 3.3 zoom capacity at 60 frames per second let's look do you see the vibration and that's because this is actually what's called a lunar simulator that actually spins at a tremendous pace
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look at the scalar waves and the elf frequencies coming off of this you could see the electromagnetic pulse within the plasma field these here they're not real clouds that's ionized metals that are in cloud formation shapes that this thing spins at such a tremendous velocity you could even see right here where my cursor is it starts to spin and whirlwind all these particles into like a funnel and i'm trying to catch this thing spinning that's why i was having it so
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low now look at how it like starts to separate here it's as if there's two objects there and then it starts projecting plasma all throughout the fields and that's because there's various clandestine craft that are all throughout these uh plasma fields that they created with emf radiation this is not lens distortion of any sort okay look at here when i wasn't zoomed in at all okay when i wasn't zoomed in at all look at the pulse there that's because they have on here what i believe is called a gyrotron or a cyclotron
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creates the resonance and the vibration and the pulse frequency because it ionizes the plasma ionizes the metals that create the plasma field for cloaking technology and it turns it into a holography screen so that they could truly project what they want us to see on it and they could also cloak what they don't want us to see this i could not see with the naked eye this is what i'm able to pick up with my camera and i've been showing this how many times guys you're probably like please no more no more you know
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right but we're gonna keep looking again anyway because this one here it's the last one i'll show you this was taken in 2019 on the night's watcher right the investigation i did i don't care so much about the lunar sim passing by what i do want to show you here is how when they turn the sky into a holography screen you start to see all of the light refraction as well as all of this black matter this is black matter goo it's called programmable matter
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non-terrestrial so this actually manifests into the demons and the archons and that's why everybody's capturing capturing these uh spirits these that are manifesting into the physical 3d the higher dimensional fallen astral plane beings have come through from the other side because they actually pierced the veil by piercing the veil by opening vortexes and portals allowed the fifth density astral plane beings to come into the 3d physical
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world as black matter that then manifests into demonic entities that i've been able to capture and show you guys on my with my camera for the last almost two years but really up here what you're seeing is light refraction from the barium and the aluminum and this is not enhanced guys this is the original footage now right here again on an early summer morning i've showed you guys this at least a hundred times look at how this guy
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is just pulsing everywhere and actually there's nanobots by the bucket loads pouring up into the sky because this energy field this plasma field it acts like one of those high-speed rail trains and all of these things shoot off into the sky and actually operate and skate on it and that's how they're able to travel at a pace that is so far beyond your comprehension it cannot be picked up at the human eye only through a camera can you pick them up and even at 60 frames per second guys
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i i can catch these things at like one to three sixtieth of a frame that's how fast they fly across the sky so that's what that's all about is why they've they've magnetized the ambient air all around us so that's what that was all about and why they actually magnetized the ambient air all around us now there's going to be here we're going to finish out the vid with uh two of these tedx talks uh this one here i'm gonna gonna leave all these links in the box like i said this one here i edited
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nice and short for you because i didn't want to put you through the pain in the agony of all nine 19 minutes and 58 seconds uh this one here i i pretty much did the same thing i just gave the clip that i was really interested in which was talking about uh the new brain computer interface technology by steve hoffman going all the way back to august 29th of 2017. now this one's actually pretty good i actually enjoyed it so if you want to watch this this one's going to be in the description box as well but i put these together here for you so that we can listen to them right now
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let's go ahead and have a listen to that new materials have always been a bearer of new technologies and subsequent sub societal societal development and advances graphene is amazing it's the material of superlatives it's best in everything it's another issue with another property which is nice and that is that it has a width a length but it has no height so it's only
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surface and then it's strange in that sense that i can put any material substance on top of it and it won't lap it let it through it's impermeable to other elements and substances it has other properties it's the best thermal conductor it carries heat extremely well it's one of the best electrical conductors it carries charge extremely well it's one of the best electrical conductors it carries charge extremely well
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and on top of this it's transparent so it lets light through so now pay attention here guys because right here we're going to start talking about the graphene makeup the nanoparticle makeup he's going to start to describe how the structure looks how the lattice looks you'll see here in these pictures let's carry on but first i thought i'll give you a crash course in science and if you take the picture here to my left you see a chicken wire with black spots in the apex is where
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they the lines meet that's the carbon atoms and they organize like this by themselves and the reason why they do that is carbon has the possibility of making a lot of different compounds and it has four electrons in its outer shell which are responsible of that it's very easy it's with these nice blobs that i have shown here what happens is three of them will fall in a plane make something the chemist would tell you is sp2 hybridization
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and the neighboring carbon atoms want to share electrons with each other and they do this very well it's a covalent bond it's called and this bond is extremely strong this will make graphene the strongest and also flexible material that you have so mechanical properties comes from this simple electron bonding and then we have the blue guy which is the electron which is left and due to quantum mechanics it doesn't know if it's on top or bottom because you have some uncertainty as you should but this electron skates around this
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chicken wire with the speed of light in that material so it's basically a relativistic particle it has no mass so it was a big excitement of course that now we can do really test fundamental physics in this material and this blue guy is responsible of the heat carrying the electrical charge and also the transparent and now of course you can start playing around combining properties or exploring special properties
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as far as you can and this is something that we know of as translational nanotechnology and i show you four examples and i'll go into three perhaps a little bit in more in depth the first one you see up in the left corner is the possibility of making flexible transparent electronics and this is a bit of science fiction i would take up a roll of plastic it would look like it's transparent and i'll get today's news of whatever i'm subscribing i get a movie i get whatever
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so you can have a piece of material which is flexible and still communicating so it's just a new way of communication and information processing so ict that's information communication and technology basically that's short for that we have another one which is down in the corner and you see an airplane there and as graphene is so strong you can put it into composites and it's not only strong it's extremely light and this is quite important
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because now you can make big big chunks of this material and put it in to let's say the body of an airplane you cut the weight by a lot and the fuel costs will go down and you can just do other kinds of of of vehicles basically up in the right corner you see a face of a small car which is plugged in and we all know about that we want to have electrical cars to cut fuel all the emissions and so on and graphene is is essential in that
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because it has promise of making very effective batteries and super capacitors that's batteries that load very quickly there is an idea of having super capacitors to drive elf snob and you know the boat going across here basically every time it docks fueling up with electricity and shooting back and fueling up again nowadays you know that if i want to take my iphone or my car i need to spend hours to get it loaded now you could do it in a few minutes and then one thing which is very interesting you see the picture here you see a
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dna strain strand and it's going through a hole which is made in graphene and the idea here is that pulling it slowly through the graphene mesh you could sequence the dna and understand more there were four scientific articles that came out the same way they same week with the same kind of picture so what has happened with this is basically it's imagination is the limit but we still need to prove these things now i want to say a little bit in depth about graphene and here's something that
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came earlier this year from a group in germany and they were playing around with graphene transistors in a liquid and they realized that they could operate them and and make them interact and of course there's a big problem let's say your eyes destroyed for some reason but yes your visual cord is still working then you would like to connect that to something biocompatible and give it impulses because one knows that it you you can you can
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regain sight in a sense and and today you do this retinol retinol transplants but in this idea graphene seems to be biocompatible which means that if you let graphene interact with the nerve cell it will meander out and it's ready to take the electrical impulses that you can feed it and this you would do by placing a camera just like this cct camera would which would give the impulses to to the to the graphene membrane
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and then it would trigger impulses for this another important thing in today's society it's interesting it's important but it's extremely problematic that's our need of having vehicles to get around and this is a concept car there have been many different concept cars always around to solve different problems but this one is now very integrated in its idea taken out by daimler in this case but there are others and it's this smart car already today if you go to berlin you see them like we have our bikes and you at the boy
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they have their cars that you can subscribe to and drive around very interesting but this car now you have integrated you have make that made the chassis of a composite material you have made the roof smart materials so it's like a solar cell so it's picking up energy from the sun which it feeds back to its graphene based battery which is is driving it so it's fueling as it's going and of course you can always top off quickly at some station and it also could have smart material in it because you could have
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transparent electronics so your windscreen would be your display board and so on so there are a lot of these ideas which are which are working on going in this direction i have a third example which i think is extremely important because this is perhaps one of the big sources of war today water water supply we have a lot of water but 98 of it is too salty to use so people have think thought okay let's desalinate it take away the salt
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turns out that this is extremely energy inefficient and hard process to do and it's slow now this is based on a computer simulation where you have a divider of graphene where you have made nano holes in it which and you have decorated the holes by by hydroxide hydroxy molecules and you apply a pressure gradient so it's reversed osmosis and what you have to to to the right is salt water
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and this little hole is selective it lets only the the the water through and leaves the salt on the other side and it does it to a hundred hundred two thousand times more efficient than any other any any other process available process in this kind of in this field what i have told you about now is great possibilities and of course they are still this is a computer simulation there's no experiment yet and and
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and the car doesn't exist and and and there was only idea but the potential of this material has allowed the european scientists to go together and actually get the big funding from eu on the on the level of a billion eu euros over 10 years and how it was sold to them is this funny picture i hope you don't start reading now but the idea let's focus on the color scale here to the left you have the idea of science
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you have this fantastic material of superlatives you have the bright ideas of designers engineers and etc you have other materials once you have proven that one is possible to do two-dimensional you can have more and the idea what is said that we want to take this and we want to be able to compete to asia and and americans and so on and go together because you have to make this a joint effort and the idea is that we want to take this material over 10 years from the blue to
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the red and that means going from academia into industry and of course you can sell it on making faster computers ict and so on and you can have energy and all these important things but the important most important thing when you pick the mind of the guys in eu is that we bring people together we make societal changes giving job opportunities education and actually working together
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this was what they were interested in i asked them what should i tell you in five years and they say well it wasn't so important that all the big gains in technology of course they're important but but it was this that we could work together because we are 17 countries there of close to 200 groups working together okay that was a little bit about visions and so on let's talk a little bit more about how it's produced there are several ways of producing graphene the first one you heard about is you take some tape
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you take some well-defined graphite and you start ripping it apart like this takes six ribs and you have graphene even the king can do it anyone can do it under guidance it's extremely easy but you need a microscope you need to have the ideas and of course and then you have to find it that's very hard because you get a square micrometer micrometer of this so you have to find it so of course we want to make high-speed electronics so you have do this you have silicon carbide and you evaporate
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the first layer of silicon and you get very nice compatible with with the with electronics industry and in fact in lean shopping within our projects we have the first graphene producing company in sweden you have down in the right corner you put graphite in liquid and you shake it with ultrasound and it falls apart and this you can print then you make printed electronics which is superseding any printed electronics today the thing that my colleagues do in at chalmers is known as chemical
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vapor deposition that means that you put a hot copper plate or some metal in a furnace and you introduce carbonis gases and that those dissociate and the carbon falls down on the metal and by self-termination it makes a single layer of graffiti and the guys we are sort of competing with in asia already made 100 meters 20 centimeters apart and of course this is now possible for all kinds of applications
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what they do in our clean room is they make the graphene by the cvd they use a process which is close to a battery process to bubble off the graffiti and then you see a picture of a typical size of graffiti it's limited in our place by the size of our furnace but in principle i used to say that all these fantastic things we're going to do with this size of my thumb so we need to scale up a little bit as you understand but the idea is this we can make the graphene and we can now go on
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and into our research this is also too busy please don't try to understand everything of this picture but the essence of this picture is that we have groups that are making vertically emitting lasers for communication purposes you have fiber to your homes some who don't live too far away from urbanization but but you know you need to you use light for communication and they're making these lasers and one of the basic properties is this that they need to have they need to have a transparent
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current spreading electrode in this and there is where we try to see the properties of the graphene that was made and they feed it back and the feedback to the process and we learn all the way how to do it but this has even more consequences because transparent electronics today is done with one of the scarce materials indium in indium 10 oxide so i mean i guess we had some polls in the previous talk but everyone raised their smartphone we all have it and there's an enormous demand because everyone in the world wants to have it and
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and it's really one of the most scare materials that you have so the promise of this basic research is to work towards trying to replace something that everyone wants to have and we all know the ipad is great but it's not flexible because graphene would be possible to make more more alternative functionalities and shape and form of this and if you compare indium 10 indium is the fourth among the 14
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rarest elements and carbon is the fourth most abundant so we have a lot of possibilities here okay so coming back to where i started i hope you've got some kind of flavor that in this simple pencil drawing where you actually have produced not graphene but probably quite thin layer of layers of graphite actually could hold a promise for the future
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[Music] so there will come a point where if we have a chip in our brain and and you out there have a chip in your brain we can communicate we could communicate without talking we can communicate when you're halfway around the world and we can exchange knowledge so if you look at a world where we have these chips that are connected to the internet all of a sudden
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every piece of information on the internet becomes accessible to our minds now when we look back at today and we have to go to baidu or google and type it in that will seem so primitive nobody will do that you will just think what knowledge do i need and it will appear there for you to use but it gets even weirder stranger because we will not only be able to transfer knowledge but we will be able to transfer memories
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now so you could have an experience like skydiving and all of a sudden you could transfer that experience to a friend and all of a sudden they have experienced what you have experienced it gets even weirder because we will be living our lives as our lives we know our lives and our memories but you will all of a sudden have access to anybody's life who wants to make it available to you people will put open source their lives so others can download
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pieces of their lives and experience those things that will be really strange we won't know the difference between our own memory and a memory we acquired from someone else think about that it gets even stranger so you all of us are here learning at siebes right getting embas and mbas well this will be obsolete because sieves will literally be in the cloud and you will just download
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from all the best minds in the world whatever you need to know when you need to know it our brains will be we will no longer have universities as we have them today these that will change information will be on demand information will be commoditized knowledge will be commoditized all of us will be smarter uh have infinite amounts of storage and infinite access to information it will be unheard of we will no longer
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be this isolated human being we will be connected to everything so you can imagine not only will we be able to get knowledge but we can actually have full experiences in our head so right now we have these clunky vr units that we have to put on but in the future you can just download a whole environment and actually live in it and all of you might think this is not real
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but do you know every night when you dream those dreams are real no matter how fantastic your dreams are they are real you feel like you're really there our brains have that capability already built in all it takes is the technology to stimulate and and transfer the right images in our brain so our brain creates them and then we will live like the difference between us dreaming and reality will be blurred we will be spending a lot of time
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outside our bodies so think about this you as a human being right now are trapped in this body but once you are connected to the internet you are no longer trapped in your body you can actually be anywhere at any time that any other person or any other device is is getting sensory information so there could be a robot on mars and you could literally tap into the robot on mars and it would be
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like you're on mars it could totally recreate the experience including the sensations the physical sensations like everything of you being on mars you can live through other people your favorite pop star your favorite scientist you could be an elon musk's head right now walking around doing what he's doing if elon musk allowed you to do that it gets so strange because
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our senses now we have our five senses of our body but suddenly if we are connected to a world of intelligent machines and intelligent sensors all over we will no longer have five senses we will have access to hundreds of sensory input infrared right all these uv all these different types of senses that we never even experienced before it will radically change how we perceive
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existence so if you start to go down this path you see we won't even be ext our life today will be totally alien to us we will be living in a whole nother reality that is blending information sensory information data information memories all of this from all around the world in this vast internet and that will and can happen so let's go even further
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experiencing other lives so all of us experience things in our life but now we will be able to have many lives you you can have many lives because you can access other people in other places and live through them and if you want to think about this it can be almost like heaven why do i say this because if you study every major religion in the world every
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religion buddhism christianity you know hinduism what those religions promise us is that we will escape our bodies in the future we will go to some heaven or nirvana or a state of non-being or state of inclusiveness with everybody no longer will we and our consciousness be confined to our bodies as an individual in fact if you look at us right now as a human being if i feel
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pain if i'm in pain nobody else can feel the pain i feel if you're in pain i can't feel your pain i can feel sorry for you i can empathize with you but i cannot feel your pain but in this world we will actually be able to feel the emotions of other people you can actually not just transfer data and sensory information but emotions i can actually i would know your pain you would know our pain and human beings would never be alone
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so we will come to a point where we as gods like gods will be creating our own reality we will be redefining what the human experience is for the first time in history this can happen and it will happen but what we want to think about is this technology is really powerful the internet being connected is really powerful but we've already seen in a very primitive way just with our cell phones these primitive devices
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how it can totally change our life like all of our lives are changed by wechat all of our lives are changed by the internet when we are embarking on a path now where we will become the internet the internet will be become us they will be inseparable we'll have our storage and everything else all over the place and when we do that we have to understand that this is a big responsibility it's something we as a society we as the human race must think about very very carefully
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because imagine people can hack your cell phone now people can hack your computer and it can be bad they can steal your banking information take all your money they can steal your identity but they can't really hurt you in the future though if somebody hacks into your head because it's connected to the internet they can steal you they could actually steal you they can implant memories in your head that you don't have they could erase memories they could control you
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in ways that you wouldn't even know you're being controlled is this scary so i painted on the hand a heaven but there is also a hell right this is heaven and hell we are on the cusp of this technology that is so powerful and has the potential to so radically transform our lives and our existence and we have to be very careful about how we do this we don't want
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people controlling us so think about this think very carefully everybody in this room are very smart people you're all highly educated we are going to be making these decisions that lay the groundwork for this technology in our lifetime and those decisions will affect the rest of humanity more than any decisions we have made in the past all right god bless guys thanks for watching if you made it this far into the video bless you and thank you for watching i look forward to
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moving on to bigger and better projects and topics so i look forward to seeing you guys soon please sub up and uh i'll see you then take care and god bless but we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities against powers against the rulers of the darkness of this world against spiritual wickedness in high places therefore take unto you the whole armor of god that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day

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