Julian Assange, Forbes, Mems Mems Mems discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
W R, E C and ninety two point one So we had this show. A lot of Freeland few weeks ago talked about nanoparticles smart dust, talked about how these inert particles are in everything clothes you wash or clothes. You wear the clothes you wash actually because they want to know what the closer doing. It's in everything you do. Okay. Assange says is in paper could be painted into the walls to put these in walls. People can listen to what you're saying. Okay. And the reason why is because they got one trillion sensors they have to deliver to all the parts of the country that want five G they want to have this nanotech for the city, the smart city of tomorrow. All right. And all this is for generations, e and I told you that we need to pay attention to a generation Z is up to that's the generation that is younger than the millennials. Let's stop bugging millennials. They're establishing themselves. Now, we don't have to bitch at gen-x because most of us are either on the cusp of being a baby boomer a genetic, sir. I'm a Twitter because I was born in sixty four no one markets to me. I mean, the only the only thing that tweets are excited about if they even cares. The kiss. Farewell tour and their second one. So. We care about right now. And whether or not Star Wars is going to be saved in the end anyway. But see that's the thing is that you know, every generation has its values and generation Z right now wants the smart city. They want the five G they want the power they want it all, but it takes a lot of work to do. This a lot of power. To do this. A lot of time. And then how you gonna take one trillion sensors? Put them in communities in cities across the country. And do this in what two years? Dust people with them. You dropped dust. It's like magic fairy dust, it's smart dust. It's the stuff the Julian Assange talked about here. He is again talking about it. This was his last broadcast in terms of of things. Research prototypes now, which I assume being is by intelligence agencies or very small electronic circuits that you can just paper or put. Paint on the walls. Powered by the GSM stations. And they they operate as the GSM radio-wave office through it gives them an alpha very small time to do things. So obviously that tendency is going to continue like the internet of things. If you like. Intelligent, evil dust, scattered everywhere. Like like confetti in everything. So. I think it's. Increasingly hard figuring beings to work out how to deal with us Forbes reporting today apart from Julian Assange that the devices that he's talking about Julian did this apart from the Forbes documents Forbes put out this document today put out this. This notice today saying the devices are smaller than a grain of salt. There micro electromechanical systems called memes or MEMS MEMS Mems or memes. They're often called motes they are officially real their official, and they very well could be coming to a neighborhood near you. Fours reports that they are miniaturized devices. They are sensors. They have sensors cameras and communication mechanisms in them. And they are there to transmit the data. They collect back to base in order to process. Furthermore, Forbes reports the potential of smart dust to collect information about any environment. It incredible detail could impact plenty of things in a variety of industries from safety to compliance productivity. It's like multiplying the internet of things technology millions or billions of times over in the cities of tomorrow. Peanuts not very far away. Smart dust is now mainstream although it has failed to reach the cable news networks, it's mainstream in magazines like Forbes and science Julian Assange said this before he was caught off. And now he doesn't do broadcasts anymore. It's important to note. It all those who believe in staying away from the internet is going to keep you off the grid. This is the chief reason why it's going to be used and that is for full spectrum control. Everyone has has been or will be exposed to smart dust. That's the only way they're going to be able to put those trillion sensors in by twenty twenty. It's the only way that they're going to meet the FCC's requirement for the infrastructure and surveillance state panopticon, they want to install in the smart cities, moving everybody into the cities because of gender Twenty-one and because of summit twenty thirty. This is the future for generation Z and partly the future.