Smart Dust and the Altering of Our DNA

July 16th, 2015

By Suzanne Maher

Excerpt taken from Elana Freeland’s book – Chemtrails, HAARP and the Full Spectrum Dominance of Planet Earth


Nanoparticles are incredibly small carbon molecules often engineered with tinier than you can imagine radio-controlled gigaflop microprocessors now called “smart” molecules or “smart dust: sensors made from mono-atomic gold particles linked to supercomputers the size of a grain of sand.

Chemtrails are loaded with nanosensors. According to industrial toxicologist Hildegarde Staginger, Ph.D., when these sensors fall like bad fairy dust, they look like “iridescent glitter”. In the literature, they are called MEMS (microelectromechancial sensors) and GEMS (global environmental MEMS sensors). They record everything, are inhaled and ingested everywhere, and can be remotely communicated with.

After all, what good would sensors be if you couldn’t access what they’re sensing? Needless to say, smart dust research is heavily funded by the Department of Defense (DoD)”.



Smart Dust and the Altering of Our DNA