Frog Song

I was awakened at 1am. By 2:40 I gave up and got up. I asked a dream question after listening to an interview of Uri Geller last week. He had said basically that the engineered virus has antennae on it that were always active, always in contact with the manufacturer (or controller) and could be activated in a number of ways not the least of which was by quantum entanglement through quantum computers. So, I asked the question:

How do you debug the quantum entanglement of a virus that we all already have?

It seems to me that the cv is mostly a mind-contaminant. Most people are not buying into the media storm going on and are actually doing boots on the ground research and educating themselves. We have, when our dander is up, been proven to be pretty independent thinkers, even if we are wrong. And this country’s constitution gives us that basic right, in writing! So we are in the process of creating our own homegrown, as it were, cure.

So we come to psychopathic useful idiots, like Gates and Fauci and the WHO and CDC, and their quite obvious over the top plot to take over the world – like a bad Batman movie. We have a president running around (seemingly or acting like) a chicken with his head cut off. Some of us are wondering just what kind of ruse he’s up to and some of us are yelling all over social media about their vindication… blah, blah, blah…. We ALL know every last one of them is lying. You just can’t call wolf that many times and expect anyone to believe you.

The situation is beyond confusing. We have all the tiny despots crawling out of the wood work, spouting felonious pronouncements about what ‘behavior’ is expected out of us, no one really knows what to do. We have a masks on policy and laws on the books against masks as recently as last year. Some people who were ‘not white’ got harassed for wearing their masks be cause they were, ‘not white’ just this month.

This is a huge diversion to cover for something else that is going on in a planetary game.  I mean, if it looks like one, sounds like one and acts like one, then…

What I have been able to put together from the information that has come my way since I asked the universe the above question is;

This virus is a nano-army, and we are invaded already, hell, we are so limited in our perception that we could have been invaded 5 times over and never even realized it. Personally I think that’s the case. This nanoarmy is definitely a bioweapon who’s programming has yet to be fully brought on line: that will take planetary 5G. This nanoarmy works electrochemically and will be activated from a saturation of RF frequency on a number small ranges for each programmed action. This IS actually possible at this time:

Lieber was infact working on virus transmitters that could penetrate cell membranes without affecting the intercellular functions and even measure activities inside heart cells and muscle fibers.

Dr. Leiber joined Harvard in 1991. In his early days at the university, he made great strides in the field by growing nanowires in a flask. Researchers before Leiber were already creating wire-like structures with the help of semiconductors, metals and other materials. However, their approach would be quite expensive and would need clean-room facilities like the ones used by computer chip-makers.

In contrast, Lieber could create nanostructures using nothing but simple and inexpensive chemical techniques. He even went a step further to show how these nanowires could be used as transistors, complex logic circuits, data storage devices, and even sensors.

Leiber noted that “continued shrinkage ultimately becomes problematic in terms of just how one achieves [it].” Instead, he created tiny logic circuits and memory – the two main components of a computer – using nanowires. And these circuits were really tiny, some of which just a few atoms across!

Ten years later, Leiber created a transistor so small it can be used to penetrate cell membranes and probe their interiors (sounds like what a virus does, except a virus’s programming to wreak havoc, isn’t it?), without affecting the intercellular functions. The bio-compatible transistor – the size of a virus – can not only measure activities inside a neuron but also heart cells and muscle fibers.

In 2017, Leiber and his team successfully created flexible 3D nanowires mesh that can inject into the brain or retina of an animal, attach itself to the neurons and monitor electrical signals between the cells.

The importance of nanotechnology in advanced warfare can be understood from the fact that the United States’ Department of Defense (DoD) is one of the largest supporters of nanotechnology research. They have funded hundreds of millions of dollars into various research related to nanoelectronics and nanomaterials.

The technology could help create nanosensors and nanocoatings that military could use to protect soldiers against chemical and biological attacks. The fact that nanosensors can detect microscopic quantities of chemicals means it can be used as an effective early warning system against chemical warfare agents such as nerve agents and blood agents.

Please note that the size of some of these nano particles are even smaller than a virus which is:

Most viruses vary in diameter from 20 nanometres (nm; 0.0000008 inch) to 250–400 nm; the largest, however, measure about 500 nm in diameter and are about 700–1,000 nm in length. Only the largest and most complex viruses can be seen under the light microscope at the highest resolution. (you need an electron microscope) Any determination of the size of a virus also must take into account its shape, since different classes of viruses have distinctive shapes.

So our home made masks and the hospital ones WILL NOT SUFFICE TO BLOCK ANYTHING COMING OR GOING. It doesn’t stop the virus at all. Nor will the vaccines be useful except to make sure everybody is exposed. My last vac was in 1972, I’m one of those old farts they want to kill off because we ARE going to be trouble because we don’t take any crap – trust me, but I have no modern concoctions in my system except from being exposed to chemtrails – which actually started happening in the seventies because I had to learn all about them for a healing class I was taking at the time.

Retroviruses are transmitted through vaccines:

Molecular biologist Dr. Judy A. Mikovits was thrown in jail after discovering evidence that deadly retroviruses are transmitted through vaccines given to humans.  From <>

And if the Hitler wanna-be’s of the world have their way we will also receive the mark-of-the-beast with the vaccines that require a – get this – small shock to active them… just like they activate the chip you put in your dog. Gates and Fauci must have employed Lieber for the creation of their nanoarmy. What do you think?

Now I know they have amped up the amount of RF in the area because the hiss in my ears was so loud that it was literally hard to hear the frog song outside where I sat thinking about this article early this morning. I love frog song – especially when they sing back and forth to each other. These were the tiny frogs that chirp, not croak… it is part of the voice of night that I love to listen to. Interestingly enough, the hiss cut back by about 4 am, like it has been doing lately – another clue for another time.

And you know what else I think? In some way alllllll of the current horse-puckey is being used for an even bigger cover up of some kind – What draws closer as we are distracted and preoccupied? Like a magician’s hand, you know there is a trick going on, but of course it would ‘spoil’ it to find out the truth. But the natives are getting restless and we are done with sitting pretty just waiting for the next move on the global chessboard of disaster – damn skippy we are!  Maybe that is why they are cooking our minds and why the frog song in my yard grows faint…

Research notes:


After revision, the 60 GHz band covers the frequency of 57 to 71 GHz. The frequency band is subdivided into 6 (previously 4) different channels in IEEE 802.11ad, each of them occupy 2160 MHz of space and provide 1760 MHz of bandwidth.

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For example, at 60 GHz (5 mm or 0.2 inches wavelength) oxygen molecules will interact with electromagnetic radiation and absorb the energy. This means 60 GHz is not a good frequency for use in long-range radar or communications, because the oxygen absorbs the electromagnetic radiation—and the signal.Apr 12, 2017

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Strictly speaking, mmWave refers to radio frequency spectrum above 24 GHz, but practically speaking and in the context of 5G, 6 GHz can be seen as the dividing line for mmWave: spectrum above 6 GHz is mmWave, while spectrum below 6 GHz is not mmWave.Oct 27, 2019

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60GHz: A Frequency to Watch

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News Analysis Dan Jones, Mobile Editor 7/10/2014

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It’s now likely that 60GHz will become the next big frequency in wireless world, with both short-range and wider area applications ahead for the tiny beams of this unlicensed millimeter radio technology.

The frequency — part of the V-Band frequencies in the US — is considered among the millimeter radio (mmWave) bands. Millimeter wave radios ride on frequencies from 30GHz to 300GHz. Until recently, 60GHz has typically been used for military communications. (See 60GHz Giddyup.)

Recent acquisitions by massive technology players indicate growing interest in the technology and the associated patents. Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) bought Wilocity recently to combine 60GHz WiGig technology with WiFi. Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) bought Alpental, a startup that, according to one of its founders, is using 60GHz to develop a “hyper scalable mmWave networking solution for dense urban nextGen 5G & WiFi.” (See Qualcomm Advances WiGig With Wilocity Buy and Google Buys Alpental for Potential 5G Future.)

Why 60GHz, and why now? Here are a few pointers for you.


WiGig: A new short-range wireless specification — using the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE) 802.11ad specification — that can link devices at up to 7 Gbit/s over a distance of up to 12 meters. That’s 10 times faster than the current 802.11n WiFi, though with less range. This makes the technology ideal for wirelessly delivering high-definition video in the home. The Wi-Fi Alliance is expecting WiGig-certified products to arrive in 2015. (See Wi-Fi Alliance, WiGig Align to Make WiFi Super Fast.)

Wireless backhaul: Particularly for small cells, operators can use the 60GHz radios to connect small cells to a fiber hub. (See More Startups Target Small-Cell Backhaul.)

Wireless bridges: These are useful for providing extra capacity at events, ad-hoc networks, and private high-speed enterprise links. (See Pushing 60.)

Wireless video: Some startups have jumped the gun on the WiGig standard and plowed ahead with their own 60GHz video connectivity using the Sony-backed WirelessHD standard.

Why 60GHz?

A global unlicensed band exists at 57-64GHz. It is largely uncongested compared to the 2.5GHz and 5GHz public bands currently used for WiFi. (See FCC to Enable Fast Streaming With New 60GHz Rules.)

There’s also a lot of it. “The 60 GHz band boasts a wide spectrum of up to 9GHz that is typically divided into channels of roughly 2GHz each,” Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC)’s LL Yang wrote in an article on the prospects for the wide-area and short-range use of the technology. Spectrum availability is “unmatched” by any of the lower-frequency bands.

The spectrum is now open and approved for use across much of the world. This includes the US, Europe, and much of Asia, including China. Here’s a spectrum map from Agilent on the band’s global availability.

(Source: Agilent)

As we’ve already seen, 60GHz technology is expected to offer blazing wireless transmission speeds.

Issues with 60GHz

No technology is ever perfect, right?

Transmissions at 60GHz have less range for a given transmit power than 5GHz WiFi, because of path loss as the electromagnetic wave moves through the air, and 60GHz transmissions can struggle to penetrate walls. There is also a substantial RF oxygen absorption peak in the 60GHz band, which gets more pronounced at ranges beyond 100 meters, as Agilent notes in a paper on the technology. Using a high-gain adaptive antenna array can help make up for some of these issues with using 60GHz for wider area applications.

Some vendors have also argued that there are potential advantages for the technology over omnidirectional systems. “The combined effects of O2 absorption and narrow beam spread result in high security, high frequency re-use, and low interference for 60GHz links,” Sub10 Systems Ltd. notes.

Next time, we’ll look at some of the key private and startup companies looking to ride the 60GHz wave.

— Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, Light Reading

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At 60GHz, the extremely high atmospheric absorption level is due primarily to the molecular composition of the atmosphere. Figure 3 illustrates the atmospheric attenuation characteristics for wavelengths from 3 cm to 0.3 mm. For millimeter waves, the primary absorption molecules are H2O (water), O2 (oxygen), CO2 (

Carbon dioxide is a colorless gas with a density about 60% higher than that of dry air. Carbon dioxide consists of a carbon atom covalently double bonded to two oxygen atoms. It occurs naturally in Earth’s atmosphere as a trace gas. Wikipedia) and O3 (ozone: Ozone, or trioxygen, is an inorganic molecule with the chemical formula O ₃. It is a pale blue gas with a distinctively pungent smell. It is an allotrope of oxygen that is much less stable than the diatomic allotrope O ₂, breaking down in the lower atmosphere to O₂). Since the presence of O2 is fairly consistent at ground level, its effect on 60GHz radio propagation is easily modeled for margin budgeting purposes. In addition, the high level of attenuation from oxygen absorption makes even the worst weather-related attenuation insignificant, especially on the short paths where 60GHz systems operate. Even extremely heavy rainfall, 25mm/hr (5dB/KM), will make only a very small percentage contribution to aggregate attenuation in the 60GHz oxygen absorption region

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