Let’s Put “Nano” Thing In a Layman Perspective so that ordinary people like you and I can comprehend HOW THEY will inject their nano soldiers into our bodies!

Nanometre (nm) How “big” is a nanometre

  • is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one billionth (short scale) of a metre (0.000000001 m). One nanometre can be expressed in scientific notation as 1×10−9 m, in engineering notation as 1 E−9 m, and as simply 1/1000000000 metres

Let’s look at a Video Card ( Graphic Card) in your Computer, there is a small CHIP (NVIDIA GA102 in this case)

This NVIDIA GA102 contains 28,300,000,000 of 8nm transistors with the Die size (size of the integrated circuit IC) 628 nm2! Sooooo “big” heh!

– The size of a “normal” current transistor is about 8-14 nm.

A newly created commercial transistor is just 7mn... But this is not a smallest!!!

Berkeley Lab just created the smallest transistor, which is only 1mn long!

Now let us see how “big” is a virus. There are billions of viruses out there in different shape and size. So just take some common known isolated viruses:

The smallest animal viruses belong to the families Parvoviridae and Picornaviridae and measure about 20 nm and about 30 nm in diameter, respectively.

And that all the viruses that have been identified and isolated by scientists can range in diameter size from 20 nm to as large as 500 nm

By now, if your brain still functions normally, you can see HOW THE HELL A MUZZLE (regardless of whatever it is made of) CAN STOP these so “minuscule ” viruses going through their big fabric holes or gaps! But this obvious silly issue is not important here.

Given the size of a transistor from 1nm to 7mn compare to the size of all known isolated and purified viruses from 20mn – 500nm, do you think it’s “very hard” for our “scientists” to put their nano soldier transistors into their so-called “vaccine” and inject them to our children bodies to modify whatever these nano soldier transistors are programed to do?

Oh! come on Phi Quyen Chinh, it’s conspiracy theory! It’s impossible! You must have watched too many sci-fi movies!

Well, as always, it’s all up to you, folks. You have your own brains. Whether they are still working or not, only you know. I don’t! And it’s not my problem at all.

Might I end this silly writing by asking you folks a question:

Given the fact that they can squeeze more than 28 billions (28,300,000,000 transistors) into a small integrated circuit, How many nano soldier transistors can they put into a single normal tablet (pill) or say in a single drop of water? Or to be realistic , in a single shot of “injection?”

I rest my case.

PhiQuyenChinh

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