Yesterday we published a video by La Quinta Columna showing the “nano-octopus” and other microparticles found in Covid injections which seemed to be self-assembling. As a follow on, this article points to scientific research which offers an explanation why Covid injections contain those “things.”
A paper published in the Journal of Communications, January 2021, provided an in-depth review of the Wireless Nano-Sensors Network (“WNSN”).
WNSN is the network interconnecting microdevices and nano-nodes or nano-sensors. Nano-nodes, which are devices with a nanometric size, are composed of nano-processor, nano-memory, nano-batteries, nano-transceiver, nano-antenna and nano-sensors, which operate at nano-scale level.
“In other words, we’re talking about nanotechnology that recreates the communication technology we already know. But in this case, inside the body. We’re talking about nano-communications.,” said La Quinta Columna’s Ricardo Delgado, and it is in the Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen injections. “All of them are nano-technology for nano-communications.”