Monday, November 29, 2021

Nasu - drying methods

The berry Aubergine (Fr), brinjal and baingan (Ind.), eggplant (Eng.), nasu (Jp. 茄子, ナス) is commonly called a vegetable. Nasunin is the anthocyanin (1) found in the skin of nasu or nasubi where it derives its name. In the colder months, it takes longer to dry this big bulbous fruit than on any sunny summer day.  Though it's possible to make open-air dried Nasu at the end of the fall harvest in cooler temperatures. Due to space constraints, freezing 3/4 of a bushel of Nasu is a lot of space. Only 3 of these went into the freezer. A couple of them were roasted and jarred with oil for use. Drying the remainder was easy with patience and over 1/2 a bushel (a box and a half) 12-16 eggplants condensed into 4 quart-sized ziplock bags. 



Sproutfuel.AREAL.com  considered energy use in the methods below.  
Other drying recipes involve using the oven 10-12hrs on low with the door open.

Method 1 takes 3 weeks and is preferred for rehydrating for cooked dishes without skin or stem. 

Method 2 takes 3-4 days and is better for quick snacks. Plainstyle "eggplant jerky"- you can add your own marinade step or dip in your favorite oil with herbs. This should be kept out in the open. ziploc it only for a road-trip, hike, etc. unless you plan to refrigerate it. This doesn't keep too long.

Method 2 was used with peeled, partially peeled, and unpeeled Nasu and works for all 3 preferences.
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Method 1 
3 weeks - no dehydrator - open-air (oven optional) - Room temperature is 50-60F

1. Rinse fruits thoroughly. 
2. Peel and cut into 1/2 inch thick x 1"-2" wide slices - up to the length of the fruit. 
    (optional to salt and rinse nasu after 1-2 hours)
3. set out on a drying rack or net for 2-3 weeks in a well-ventilated area
4. check on them every 1-2 days for mold and rotate 2-3 times a week
   4a. If there is any mold (1):  AFTER removing the non-moldy pieces, THEN toss away the moldy pieces and sterilize everything on the drying rack.
5. (extra step)- put the pieces in a dry unoiled metal bread pan and bake out (250-300F) any remaining moisture in 5-7min or longer- if using these for a type of jerky. Let cool completely before storing. 
6. put in a storage jar or bag and add salt 1tbsp+ and a sealed desiccant envelope. 

Method 2 (plain jerky - no marinade)
3-4 days: - no dehydrator - open-air and oven - more traditional cutting 

1. Rinse fruits thoroughly

2. Cut fruit lengthwise (2times into Quarters) or (3 times into 6ths) keep pieces attached to the stem
     (optional step to sprinkle with Salt and rinse nasu after 1-2 hours)

3. Hang them over a string/clothesline  and air dry for 1-3 days - though 2 days is enough

4. Check on them every day for any mold development
 4a. If there is any mold:  AFTER removing the non-moldy pieces, toss away the moldy pieces and sterilize everything before returning it to dry- or move to oven step 5 

5. Preheat the oven (day 3 drying) to 250F - put the trimmed pieces on parchment on flat baking sheets. 
Add the sheets to the oven for 1.5-2 hours and bake. Turn off the oven and let air dry overnight.

6. Preheat the oven (day 4 drying) to 350F - 1.5-2 hours  - to desired dryness for jerky. (it's ok to roast other veggies during this 2nd drying time)
 
7. put in a storage jar or bag and add salt and a sealed desiccant envelope.



Other options for excess nasu:
If freezer space is ample: You can simply blanch the cut fruit 5-7min in boiling water, drain it, and separate it with parchment or wax paper, and freeze in bags or freezer containers. Blanching and freezing is the quickest way to store Nasu to make "fresher" looking dishes or to keep the grilled look.

If the cabinet or shelf space is ample: The most traditional Japanese way to use Nasu or extra veggies is to make traditionally flavored tsukemono. Pickling is a long process and is wonderful to do with time and love.  


Quality: A firm homegrown fruit is preferred.
Sometimes, the ripened berry will have brown spots on the skin surface and look "old". Frequently, these ugly fruits are passed over while the interior is still perfect.  Only throw it away when the exterior is rotted, moldy, or has broken skin from an unknown source. Some people use the 'good parts' of a not-so-great fruit. Though this nightshade berry is already toxic, any mold is an additional toxin. 

White Mold:
On the drying rack sometimes a white mold such as sclerotinia sclerotiorum will grow on the outside of cut fruit or veggies. It can be prevented by adding selenium to soil (2) during plant growth. On produce, you might find it growing after 1-2 days of drying even with good air circulation and washing the veggies. Why some store-bought produce pieces are moldy while others appear to be pristine is still a mystery. Though it's possible that mold contamination gets below the skin's surface during processing in a wash or rinse cycle. It's important to know that this common plant mold is a toxin and its spores are what catalyst the growth.  Be sure to take precautions and clean and sterilize your kitchen tools if you run into them in the dehydrator, countertop, etc. 

References:

1. Noda Y, Kaneyuki T, Igarashi K, Mori A, Packer L. Antioxidant activity of nasunin, an anthocyanin in eggplant. Res Commun Mol Pathol Pharmacol. 1998 Nov;102(2):175-87. PMID: 10100509.
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10100509/

2. White Mold website: https://www.apsnet.org/edcenter/disandpath/fungalasco/pdlessons/Pages/WhiteMold.aspx

3. 31394376.https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31394376/
Cheng Q, Hu C, Jia W, Cai M, Zhao Y, Tang Y, Yang D, Zhou Y, Sun X, Zhao X. Selenium reduces the pathogenicity of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum by inhibiting sclerotial formation and germination. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2019 Nov 15;183:109503. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2019.109503. Epub 2019 Aug 5. PMID: 

Sunday, November 28, 2021

This Pandemic Time

 Wishing everyone a warm and hearty Holiday season through the New Years celebrations!

There are so many people arguing for and against human testing, consensual or non-consensual, coerced and under duress and economic strain and uncertainty. Please remember that we are against animal tests because they rarely emulate results in human beings. In the USA, in 2021, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) saved animal lives from single chemical tests. In Japan, in 2018 a class of canines was relieved of 365 daily pesticide testing and slaughter to obtain test results. Nations are beginning to eliminate the need for senseless animal suffering and torture in their labs.

The EPA has cited 2035 as a year to end numerous animal tests on mammals. Many 5g and mind control signals tests are conducted in labs on fish. One zebrafish study on schools of fish is a behavioral study. This means they zap one fish's brains with a signal to see how it affects other fish. Though many of these animal studies are demonstrations of bio-nano technologies, the strength of the close-range signals on the remaining fish is also being studied. There are many perspectives to these animal studies that make it cruel for an entire population to endure. And additionally, the bio-nano technologies that are used can impact the terrestrial and oceanic animal populations. Bio-nano technologies are a combination of a mold, toxic mold, toxic fungus, or other interesting parasitic forms combined with signals receptive materials such as titanium oxide or PFAS beads and Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOF). 

And, while people are making comparisons of prior animal vaccination failures due to leaky vaccines such as Marek, the eradication and banning of Rinderpest vaccines and the Rinderpest stock to make vaccines; Humans are not the same as animals. It is stunning that arguments about human individuality are being made in comparison to genetically modified and/or gene-edited (spliced) or cloned animals in industrial agriculture-- animals who are unable to move in cramped conditions and in close contact with others destined for slaughter. 

Though it is important to be aware of past cases of viral outbreaks;- new laws and policies concerning companion animals such as domestic dogs and cats instead of horses, are being considered due to microbial resistance developments. If you care about your companion animal and their legal future in this evolving environment please heed the warning signs about their reclassification in terrestrial animal health.  Do your own research.


Saturday, November 27, 2021

As vegan as possible

 In the early days of books authored on the vegan collateral damage debate, we used to say, "We're going to make this as vegan as possible." 

The vegan ideology is challenged as if life could live in a total vacuum here on Earth. The only thing we can do each day is to practice vegan ideals, refrain from exploiting animals, and save animals each day.

Group(s) for Emergency Simulation of Industrial Herds

Numerous animal health emergencies arise for industrial agriculture animal herds. The past weeks have shown substantial natural disaster damages to establishments (aka: farmland) the herds live on. There is a huge lack of response readiness to rescue these animals within the minutes if a horrific flood strikes. 

Though we do not advocate for putting anyone at risk in an uncontrolled disaster setting; we realize the largescale tragedy of immediate herd and animal losses. Some herd loss is due to viral outbreaks, and the shock of these losses is disturbing to the public at large as images circulate in the UFO and conspiracy theory channels.

In addition to past industrial animal viral outbreaks, non-food animals may soon be added to the list of microbe-resistant concerns with animals raised for consumption. This companion animal issue was discussed in April 2021 at the OIE meeting.

Though, longstanding groups or commissions such as the OIE - World Organization for Animal Health formed in 1960 can assist in preparedness and stimulation for veterinary care: https://www.oie.int/app/uploads/2021/03/dd-oie-guidelines-for-simulation-exercises.pdf 

Please check their website or contact them with serious questions and concerns. 

https://www.oie.int/en/what-we-offer/emergency-and-resilience/


Vegan & Cruelty free decontaminated household

So who really has a 100% cruelty-free and vegan household? Especially when researchers use any and all-natural herbal, and other ingredients in pharmaceutical development where animal testing is mandatory.

Nearly any chemical component to a product has been tested on animals at some point in time. The only thing cruelty-free about it today is a new manufacturer who is able to skirt around the animal testing requirement somehow with new tests at a cellular level. This is improbable. 

  3% Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) added to a home vaporizer water for Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide was also probably animal-tested -- 1-3 drops 3% H2O2 to clear the device of mold up to 1 tablespoon Hydrogen peroxide in vaporizer tank to bio-decontaminate the area-- see Wikipedia link for VHP for PPM. It may be a safer alternative than Essential Oils (also used in modern animal tests) diffused around companion animals through pandemic and flu season. 

What do we call vegan in the 21st century?

If you are vegan - and you rescue animals and endangered and extirpated species - you know that using baitfish is the easiest way to rescue a sea bird. It's part of life. Is it Vegan to do so? Do we still call ourselves vegan to save animal lives when they require food? Some vegans avoid direct rescue and having companion animals to avoid the argument. So have you actually rescued an animal 1st hand, or are you sparing animal lives through conscientious consumerism? While excluding animals from the capitalist and consumer-based cycle;- it does not mean that all vegan choices are actually saving animals. Like the unemployment rate;- you can remove yourself from the system and no longer count in the numbers. However, the number of animals used still exists. Also, your non-organic 'vegan' food was probably coated with pesticides tested on animals. Check for Pesticides and PFAS toxin arguments. 

Where do we draw the line at home during these pandemic times?

Diffusing essential oils during winter months is plant-based and traditional human culture has used oils for tens of thousands of years. Though EOs can impact your companion animal's health negatively as the oils remain in fabrics and on surfaces in your home.  Not to mention direct inhalation of the volatile oils is for natural remedies ONLY meant for humans. Try to diffuse and vaporize while everyone is out of the house to decontaminate surfaces during a dog walk, or simply close the area to animal access. While dogs may be less susceptible to some essential oil toxins, this is not true for all animals.

Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide at home:

The dangers: 

1. Parts Per Million- do the math for your vaporizer unit. Many swimming pool owners know how to figure out PPM to balance their pool chemicals. So, look it up and learn how to figure it out the correct amount of H2O2 needed. Less than 5 drops of H2O2  are needed to decontaminate microbes from the vaporizer element itself. 

"...a concentration of 75 ppm is considered to be "Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health" in humans..." (1)

2. Some fabrics may 'fade' or discolor from the diluted peroxide vapor. It's not a stain lifter here since it literally stays and dries on the fabric surfaces. 

3. Vaporized 3% diluted H2O2 may irritate the tissues of animals and kill healthy bacteria if they pass through the vapor; ie., eyes, nose, mouth, or any open wounds (2). 

The positives: 

Do your own research. Animals and humans are removed from the room during professional or robot deployed highly concentrated decontamination. Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide has proven use cases for air travel decontamination and in sterilizing equipment and rooms for veterinary use and animal laboratories (3).

If the room is empty, areas can be safely decontaminated with remaining organic produce rinse mix 1:4 ratio H2O2 to H2O. Organic produce shouldn't have pesticides on it in the rinse mix. In a diluted form at home, it offers a secondary use as an anti-microbial and bio-decontamination vaporizer tank mix (not an EO diffuser). Please DYOR and figure out the appropriate ratio and PPM.    

Vaporizing H2O2 in a normal vaporizer can be an affordable daily homemade alternative to other sprays, aerosols, oil diffusing, soaps, and chemical solutions that were tested on animals. It costs $1-$3 for a bottle of 3% H2O2, and only a fraction of it is needed in a day with a secondary use rinsing produce. Compared to the daily use of essential oils that can cost well over $2 a day and are single-use.


References: 

(1) website:   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaporized_hydrogen_peroxide...(trademarked%20VHP,pass%2Dthrough%20rooms%2C%20and%20even 

(2) Ragland NH, Miedel EL, Gomez JM, Engelman RW. Staphylococcus xylosus PCR-validated Decontamination of Murine Individually Ventilated Cage Racks and Air Handling Units by Using 'Active-Closed' Exposure to Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide. J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci. 2017 Nov 1;56(6):742-751. PMID: 29256369; PMCID: PMC5710153.

(3) website:  https://www.faa.gov/data_research/research/med_humanfacs/oamtechreports/2000s/media/200610.pdf

Shaffstall, Robert & Garner, Robert & Bishop, Joshua & Cameron-Landis, Lora & Eddington, Donald & Hau, Gwen & Spera, Shawn & Mielnik, Thaddeus & Thomas, James. (2006). Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) Decontamination of a Section of a Boeing 747 Cabin. 14. 

(4).  website: https://www.catanddogfirstaid.com/blog/is-hydrogen-peroxide-safe-for-pets/  


Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Prep an organic tomato and more

Another thing easy to prep without a knife. We used a 1/2inch diameter tube corer. 

It may be a little old skool simple, but it's part of a set of inter-stackable fruit corers/pitter. Maybe a set of new tube benders looks similar or a simple 1/2" piece of aluminum or stainless tubing will do on the cheap (under $5). see picture below.  It's a simple process that can be done before skinning them. Simply use the end of the corer angled to scoop a little under the remaining stem at the top of the tomato. Then cover the remaining stem with the corer upright. press down into the tomato about halfway and "snap the core" by angling the corer up to 40 degrees. and remove the coring tube. Sometimes you'll have to give it a second try if you don't see part of the core dangling out of the corer.- you can also push the corer through the tomato if desired - Then flip the corer upside down and tap it on the cutting board, and the core should fall out.  

Coring tomatoes helps to remove the components that contain the bitter parts of the nightshade directly connected to the stem. It makes a difference the longer the tomatoes are cooked, or if you have a sensitivity to plants in the nightshade family. Also see, removing the skins of a tomato with a quick dip in boiling water.

Problem: I didn't core my tomatoes, or they taste bitter: 

To sweeten normal tomato sauce, you can add a little plain apple sauce or cook a slice or two of apple with the sauce-- just as you would use sugar. Just remember to be cautious using apples if you plan a meal with potatoes. The only other issue is that apples contain malic acid - for allergens. Tomatoes have citric acid 

Warning: To add carrots is another way to sweeten tomato soup or sauce but some allergy sufferers are fine unless triggered by eating carrots. Be sure to note all ingredients on a card for a potluck! And, depending on the situation, prepare single servings to go around. ie., the Tomato Stew recipe at 6 quarts is 24 - 8 oz servings (jar). 

Why organic (non-GMO) tomatoes?

Organic tomatoes are as close to homegrown as we can buy at the store. Also, some genetically modified nightshade family of plants - tomatoes, potatoes, aubergine/ aka eggplant,  has been engineered for use in pesticides since at least the 90s. That means the natural toxin profile of these plants was enhanced for processing in pesticides. 

Today, growing heirloom tomatoes at home and canning them for the cold months is a treat for summertime and warm weather tastes. They easily grow in sandy soils too.  


Organic Tomato Stew

Organic Tomato Stew enough for a potluck or meal prep size: 

About 1-2 hours to make. Makes appx. 24 eight-ounce servings.

Large colander, 6 quarts or larger pot, 1 mixing bowl with cold water, extra mixing bowls to wash and hold the tomatoes, wooden stirrer, tbsp measuring cup, slotted spoon (for removing peeling tomatoes from hot water). 

Another day, another 8-9lbs of organic tomatoes for stew. This time not only peeled after a flash bath in boiling water but also core them with a 1/2 inch diameter coring tube.  Added a step, coring, to cut down on nightshade components from the stem of this famous fruit. See pic below and last post for ideas. 

This is a 6 quart potluck size or quick jar for weekly meals or freeze for use as a base. It's easy to prep and to add other veggies and spices, proteins like beans, seitan (a gluten-based grain protein), or tofu later.

Still similar: 5 simple ingredients. Boiled Water is only used to loosen the tomato skins and dunked with a cold bath after the boiling water. Then set in a large colander/ strainer to drain.  

1. 8-9 lbs of organic tomatoes (can do similar with 5.5-6 lbs)

2. 2-3 medium-sized Vidalia onions

3. 2-5 celery stalks 12"

4. 4 tbsp. olive oil

5. 1/2 tsp. sea salt

Makes 5.75 quarts in a 6 quart (or larger) pot.  It will be about 1-2" from the brim of a 6-quart pot.

This hot stew tastes so sweet on a dreary winter day. 

Enjoy!!!


Monday, November 22, 2021

pt. 1 Culture, Diversity, Religious respect, and Veganism

The 21st century is a different time with sharing of culture. Metropolitan meccas and luxurious lifestyles spotlight a medley of cultural fusion from global travels. While fusion is fun and interesting to some at a local level (in villages and small cities), there are some family traditions or vegan practices that grift too much into the globalist realm. 

The vegan movement has European roots where there are dozens if not hundreds of vegan hurdles that industrial animal agriculture America has overcome while ignoring the basic facets and tenants of human rights. Arguments of suffering and sentience seem to end at the point of disagreement over a non-vegan's meal or consumer choices. After all, it's not a compassionate Buddhist belief system with Buddha's chosen animals dominating the heavens. Yes, vegans are guilty of some level of ruthlessness like an MKultra alter ego expressing the vigilante survivor at the forefront of public life. Most vegans and most of the human population have a limited cultural family lineage that lacks the cultural pool of modern fusion cuisine. One essentially needs to be cosmopolitan or hapa to have legitimate family recipes from at 3 or more continents and island cultures to even justify the human heritage as hand-me-down culture rather than an investigation into modern chemistry. And, as anywhere;- might makes right. The more people of a culture who immigrate with their families to an area gives them more clout in social claims to cultural heritage. 

I could go on about my personal experiences in a lone Japanese family in "white" America;- where every enemy of Japan is permitted a safe Japanese restaurant space to make a profit. Or how other vegans have attacked me for being Japanese on behalf of the whales they are saving from Japanese whaling ships-- they should be standing on a boat in my opinion. But that is an entirely different and lengthy matter of persecution and outright disrespect from the USA  outside of Hawaii.

America used to call it crypt cooking the fusion of textures and foods from different cultures. Today we have molecular gastronomy evolved out of old skool Asian candy making with agar agar and traditional rice candy wrappers that melt in your mouth. American-style food may be fun and adventurous to many, yet to those who take pride in their family roots-- their actual (not fantasized) cultural origins, their non-globalist language (usually a language other than English), and their path to preserving traditional flavors -- American style can be highly offensive. 

Granted the United Nations uses a legal razor to define people who are or aren't indigenous-- so, they rudely exempt the first generation of the family relocated outside tribal lands or another nation as being "indigenous" by legal standards. And basically, anyone of any non-indigenous background follows suit replacing the word tribe with the nation. It's not only an ideal set forth by the UN, it's psychological torture on many new citizens in their new nation - whether immigrating or on a visa.

If we take a look at the fact that "cultural appropriation" doesn't exist in many modern societies and "anything goes" mentality to make a capitalist gain or win a social media following -- it seems veganism may be a globalist function. Meaning, to save animals seems to imply that downgrading human rights and traditional cultural values are enabled by common practices. After all, is it hip for North American vegans to pay lip service to the immigrant crowd and rip off cuisine? Food fights. All types of food fights emerge over having a right to the intellectual property of food. Wait, isn't that why Monsanto gained popularity as genetically-modified IP preserved "American food" as a development? 

Cooking is cooking. Veggies are merely veggies. Yet why is the vegan and duration of their vegan diet still viewed like a breatharian venture into the abyss?  It's largely due to veggies and fruits being of God's creation and growing from light and frequency cycles of the universe. Plants can be eaten without extra blessings. Depending on religious tradition, vegetarian foods are blessed by bishops or rabbis, some traditions require the food to be offered to the figurehead, other traditions entail a person trained to bless foods during preparation in the kitchen and the objects (utensils, plates, etc.) by giving it light and then offering it to a figurehead or deity. All of this takes additional time that is a much longer process than saying a prayer at the dinner table. 

We gain vitality from raw, naturally dried, or partially dehydrated. Veganic gardening evolved after organic became a necessary label. In the 20th century, the upswing in synthetic pesticides through WWII  shadowed biological warfare experiments by the USA on the Japanese after the A-bomb. Japan's lack of food after the war was coupled with DDT from the USA that penetrated rice paddies, streams, and rivers where people bathed and washed their clothes by hand. It was prior to the Korean War that the world saw the last of unadulterated natural blood in the human body. In 2021, detoxing isn't simply a trend, it's become necessary for many people to survive. It literally costs as much as a house to detox the human body inside of half a decade, but it can be done to achieve picture-perfect and clean blood. At least clean until the next 7 years replace it with who knows what type of nano or bio-nano technologies.

To be continued.....


Homestyle Tomato Stew

Ingredients: 5-6 lbs Organic tomatoes peeled and drained (save the juice for a quick tomato drink). 3-6 stalks of celery with leafs, 3 medium sized vidalia onions, 4 tbsp. olive oil. (1/2 tsp salt - or to taste).

Enough for a potluck. 

 Back in the day, as a young budding vegan, we had tomatoes from our family garden. My mom used to make a tomato stew and jar it in big mason jars. I enjoyed eating it on my rice in the winter. Sometimes adding a dash of shoyu to the mix. This is a modified version of what she used to make with a few minor alterations. And, it's a great place to use up any veggies left in the fridge as an addition. 

Basic directions are at the bottom and read from right to left: 


Friday, November 19, 2021

Nano technology and Veganism

 Any vaccine that you may take was probably tested on Animals. Most compassionate consumers are aware of the animal tests in China workaround for products sold in the USA as Cruelty-Free. 

Today, Bio-Nano technology may incorporate cells of other organisms- though fungi and molds are commonly used due to their ability to grow with metals, titanium, and other toxic or non-biodegradable compounds. It depends on how far you take veganism;- as forms of life are being exploited regardless of sentience and/or self-awareness. While the process is intense, it's similar to putting a celery stalk in food coloring to soak up the colored molecules;- bio-nano tech is usually destined to inhabit the human body with metals that can cause micro scars, diseases related to the presence of additional metals in the body, and toxic reactions.

Today, there is a set of people who have taken on the risk of being another group of consenting human test subjects under emergency orders during the pandemic.  

While it is not easy being vegan, there are going to be additional considerations for one's personal spiritual practices, beliefs, or traditions. Even without these 2 important belief sets, it's important to take your own well-being seriously. There is a slippery slope once you relinquish your personal beliefs that you must live with. And, Western medicines are relatively new to humanity.  Most of human history has survived from plant-based medicines that are sacred to indigenous cultures. The slippery slope of industry invading and deforesting has also directly impacted human health and traditional natural remedies.

Many doctors tend to service people like they are cars. We go into appointments for specific tests or treatments. The ingredients in things people consent to may be toxic to some and non-toxic to others. Yet no one seems to educate us about what other services are available unless there's some alarm.

Toxicity, cytotoxicity, and chemical sensitivity are different than allergic reactions. Essentially, allergy test panels are less expensive to take than chemical sensitivity tests. Many chemical sensitivity test labs require the testee to bring in the chemical sample in addition to payment for each chemical or 'product' tested on them in a controlled environment. This is important to certify any adverse reactions to a product or chemical component.


Today's vaccines and pharmaceuticals use synthetic polymers. And, there are several issues with this in the nano-scale. 

1. nanoparticles can cover more surface area.

2. some ingredients escape bio-toxin status due to the legal workaround by industry use.

    ie., Chlorine gas was outlawed in WW2 as a chemical agent. 

          Yet it is still transported legally by its use reclassification in the paper industry.

3. Butyls- may be derived from rubber.

4. inconsistency of nanoparticles size and toxicity correlations by batch

5. only PLGA beads or microspheres are biodegradable. 

PMMA beads or microspheres are meant to exit the human body within 1-2 months. PMMA beads are coated with nanotech for capsules, or used in surgery, placed and removed. PMMA beads are toxic and DO NOT biodegrade. There are some PMMA beads that are coated with PFAS substances for surgeries, ingestion, and/or nanotechnology use. And, PFAS beads are used over PLGA beads in nanotechnologies because they are more resilient to signals, UV, and Lazers. That means the heating from certain signals will not destroy the structure as fast.


Sunday, November 7, 2021

Toolkit & Victim's rights

 In August 2021, we launched a new website dedicated to researching implants, signals technology, and cyber issues.  In 3 pages, it's jam-packed with sites and documents to delve into.  There is no forwarding domain (due to errors in website forwarding). And documents can be shared via DropBox.

http://www.tipublicinterest.cabanova.com

This emanated from the slew of people discovering the new transhuman "targeted individual's paradigm".  

However, Angela decided that the NSA whistleblower lead public perspective of this "international" human rights movement can be detrimental to international families and persons. That is to say that the many former federal employees working within legal USA frameworks have more options than someone who is in a foreign nation. Victims in other nations are frequently imprisoned. Very convenient for any backlash to the surveillance abusers.

 The willingness to call oneself a 'victim' has different connotations and legal implications in other nations-- implications that lead straight to prison-- no matter if the court hearing is won or not. Nations other than the USA, such as Japan, immediately send victims to jail. Recently, in October 2021,  one Japanese activist tweet let everyone know that a "noise campaign" court hearing lost by a victim landed them in prison after the hearing. Victim's rights still do not exist in many modern nations today. 

This fact alone seems to shout "set up" of victims by the USA surveillance abuse offenders. Please see DoD 5240.1-R procedures that are used internationally and domestically. Procedure 5 includes signals and non-consensual use of the signals. Procedure 13 includes Human Testing outrightly. 

There is plenty of new material that is passed around for personal dossiers (court bundles). However, it's not a straightforward human rights success to go to court. There are new methods of reconciliation being used, though it is another article for civil rights tactics. 

World Vegan Day

 


https://www.facebook.com/groups/134802523311/permalink/10161896154463312/

Animal Cruelty in Neural Impants and IoBNT testing

 The Animal Cruelty associated with these technologies is straightforward in test and usage: The signals used cause painful and torturous damages.

Consuming flesh - burns in flesh and cells from testing.

The ampacity of some nanotubes is greater than normal metals- and can handle lightning--while the flesh is not meant for such a feat.

Animals can't discuss UHI -- formerly known as "Havana Syndrome". Only symptoms of injuries up to severe brain injury and death will even be witnessed by another person. And there are potential complications with MRIs for the implanted or injected due to the magnets potentially moving the implanted fibers, threads, nanoparticles, and chips to an inappropriate or painful location.

Other health complications from thermal degradation (melting) or toxicity of the metals, Nano-particles, synthetic polymers, fiber optics, and glass beads.