"Confirmed"? Sounds pretty sketchy to me. How would they know it would go off exactly when they wanted it to? I'm still thinking small arms fire.
A heavily redacted highly-classified “Of Special Importance” new Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report circulating in the Kremlin today appearing to confirm the terrifying warning that “nanoweapons are paving the road to human extinction”, states that victim clothing evidence being examined from the Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 that caught fire in flight on 8 January shortly after takeoff from the Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA-OIIE) in Iran, show conclusive proof of nanothermite impregnation —thus explaining a fire so intense its crew tried to turn around and bring it back to land, but failed when it exploded in mid-air—is an advanced technology the Government of Canada began examining with their research study titled “Nanomaterials And Their Applications In Textiles”—a study contributed to by Professor Osama Mohsen from the University of Alberta—a Saudi citizen and highly-trained engineer Ph.D. candidate whom the SVR placed on its international watch list in 2018 after Saudi Arabia ordered all of its students to leave Canada, but excluded him from this order—an exclusion believed based upon Professor Mohsen’s knowledge of the shocking nanoweapon advancement made by US scientists at Purdue University in January-2018—an advancement that saw these US scientists using a custom inkjet printer to deposit nanothermite on cloth and other materials—the effects of which saw the nanothermite produced using this process being able to be ignited just as quickly and powerfully as thermites applied in traditional ways—with one of these US scientists stating: “It burns at 2,500 Kelvin [over 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit]…It generates a lot of thrust, a lot of heat, and makes a nice loud shockwave”—which near exactly matches what happened to the Ukrainian airliner that exploded over Iran—an airliner carrying at least 10 faculty, students and alumni from the University of Alberta—two of whom, Pedram Mousavi and Mojgan Daneshmand, would have no fears of wearing clothing items gifted to them by their colleague Professor Mohsen—but who are now among the 63 Canadian citizens killed in this attack—and are Canadian citizens Saudi Arabia had previously threatened to kill in a plane attack—a threat seemingly made good on in the “fog of war” skies over Iran. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
Saudi Arabia sends plane catastrophe threat Tweet (above) to the citizens of Canada.
According to the very limited portions of this highly-classified SVR report permitted to be discussed among various Ministries, a nanometer is a billionth of a meter, while a human hair is about 80,000-100,000 nanometers wide—and the manipulation of matter at this scale offers innovative tools to expand the limits of what is possible, allowing for the creation of new materials or the modification of existing ones—as at the nanoscale, the properties of materials can differ fundamentally from their characteristics at the macro scale—for example, despite weighing one-sixth as much as steel, carbon nanotubes are 100 times stronger.
By 2006, this report notes, over 300 consumer products were nanobased—which led to warnings being issued about the dangers of nanotechnology whose full implications of had yet to be assessed—with the greatest concerns being raised over nanobased skin creams and toothpaste, as well as kitchen and clothing items being impregnated with nanosilver to kill bacteria—concerns, however, sidelined the following year when Russia used nanotechnology to develop the world’s most powerful non-nuclear bomb in 2007.
By 2015, this report continues, fearful concerns about the geopolitical consequences of nanotechnology raced to forefront—the most important issues of which were:
Military And Security Potential – Some of the most groundbreaking innovations in the defense industry rely on nano-enabled applications, which span the different phases of military operations. Examples include nanostructures for invisibility cloaks for concealing soldiers, vehicles or weapons; a wide range of smarter and more devastating weapons; and, with the use of carbon nanotubes, lighter and stronger armour and vehicles. Nanotech could also change the future of communications through microscope computers, help develop high-power lasers, or help improve soldiers’ uniforms, by incorporating thermal, chemical and biological sensing systems.
Diplomacy – Nanotech will significantly alter the nature of warfare and weaponry, including nuclear weapons, with inevitable consequences for disarmament diplomacy. The tendency towards increased miniaturization, nanoengineered high-explosives, high performance sensors and many other devices will require new negotiations of standards of arms controls and compliance with international law.
Rather than the world as a whole addressing the military, security and diplomatic implications of nanotechnology, this report points out, every nation has retrenched into its own ideological paradigm while racing forward—such as the United States, whose National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) has been flooded with almost $27 billion in government funding since 2001—and most dangerously, Saudi Arabia, whose King Abdullah Institute for Nanotechnology receives uncounted billions-of-dollars for its secretive nanoweapon and technology research—made dangerous because Saudi Arabia is locked in a Cold War-style stand-off with Iran—a volatile nearing catastrophe fact that for years has seen Iran and Saudi Arabia glowering at each other across the Persian Gulf, like America and the Soviets across the Iron Curtain—with both of them acting out of fear of encirclement, just as the US and the Soviet Union did—thus creating the asymmetrical warfare battleground existing between Iran and Saudi Arabia where nanoweapons have now been introduced to deadly effect.
As previously documented by the Foreign Ministry, this report concludes, President Donald Trump has initiated his “Iranian Chaos Theory Masterplan” to extricate his nation and its military forces from the Middle East before the looming war between Iran and Saudi Arabia unleashes even more unimaginable nanoweapon horrors—a war Iran has just demonstrated in its “missile charade strikes” in Iraq against US bases its ability to hit with pinpoint accuracy any target it chooses—a fearful demonstration of pinpoint accuracy Israel immediately responded to by suddenly revealing its space age laser system to shoot down incoming missiles and declaring “We are entering a new age of energy warfare in the air, land and sea”—thus further proving that those who are expecting a war looking like those of the past, would be better served reading science fiction novels so they can discover what is really going to happen—like Trump did as a child while sitting at the knee of his uncle John G. Trump—one of the smartest men in American history, who was given all of the research done by one of human history’s greatest geniuses Nicola Tesla—and makes explainable why Trump has just created his United States Space Force military branch—as he knows that science fiction has now become science fact.
President Donald Trump makes “Vision of Light” entrance (above) before speaking to the American people on 8 January 2019—and as one would expect any Space Force Commander to do.
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