From Chemtrails to Pseudo-Life: The Dark Agenda of Synthetic Biology

Speech by Sofia Smallstorm
Presented at Conspiracy Con 2011
June 4, 2011 Santa Clara, California

As the natural world dies around us, what will take its place? Planetary engineering includes bioremediation measures to bring us genetically engineered trees and crops. And what of humans themselves? How are we being transformed from the inside out? People around the world are observing aerosol spraying (also called “chemtrails”) and strange man-made clouds. White skies filter sunlight as trees around the country sicken and die. Soil and water tests high for heavy metals, and artificial fibres fall on us from the sky. Is aerosol spraying only about experimenting with weather? What do the self-replicating fibres found in Morgellons patients signify? Why are engineered materials being found in airborne environmental samples?

All this suggests a planetary engineering program that is affecting and targeting all living things. Synthetic biology is science’s most exciting new frontier, combining genetics, robotics and nano-technology with artificial intelligence, hybridizing natural forms and engineering tissues beyond our wildest dreams. The technology explosion is skyrocketing, and artificial intelligence will soon surpass our own capabilities.

How will our world be organized then? Will we turn ourselves over to machines? Or will we have become technological hybrids ourselves?

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Sophia Smallstorm produced one of the most important documentaries about 9/11 called “9/11 Mysteries

Related: Chemtrail Health and Eco Impacts Prompt Lawsuit

27 responses to “From Chemtrails to Pseudo-Life: The Dark Agenda of Synthetic Biology

  1. nice one!!! hang on to yer pants the Transhuman breakaway society will take over after the RF-VTRPE.

  2. Trans-chit! This was a fabulous presentation, and very scary. I will certainly be looking at those websites. First time I took EXTENSIVE notes from a website presentation. I could probably say more, once I pull my jaw up off of the ground. :0

  3. Ok, jaw returned to normal position. I think I want to say this has already been done. The trans-human is called either a Dalek or a Cyberman. Dr. Who’s worst nightmares. Oy.

  4. here’s some info from the Singularity Conference


    A link to the videos will appear here shortly. See you next year in San Francisco, with speakers Stephen Pinker, Temple Grandin, and Ray Kurzweil!

    The Singularity Summit 2011 was a TED-style two-day event at the historic 92nd Street Y in New York City. Speakers include futurist Ray Kurzweil, visionary scientist Stephen Wolfram, IBM Watson creator David Ferrucci, IBM manager Dan Cerutti, longevity expert Sonia Arrison, author David Brin, neuroscientist Christof Koch, PayPal founder Peter Thiel, MIT cosmologist Max Tegmark, AI researcher Eliezer Yudkowsky, MIT polymath Alexander Wissner-Gross, DARPA challenge winner Riley Crane, Skype founder Jaan Tallinn, Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings, economist Tyler Cowen, television personalities Jason Silva and Casey Pieretti, and robotics professor James McLurkin.

    In his influential 1993 article The Coming Technological Singularity, Vernor Vinge discussed the possibility that future technology could feed on itself, causing an “exponential runaway” in technological progress: “Developments that before were thought might only happen in ‘a million years’ (if ever) will likely happen in the next century.” In his 2005 book, The Singularity is Near, inventor and futurist Ray Kurzweil used current exponential trends in technology to predict the arrival of this Singularity in the next few decades. The Singularity Summit was founded as an academic forum for discussing the “big picture” questions in industry, economics, and ethics raised by the prospect of such a profound event.

    Singularity Summit 2011 in New York City to Explore Watson Victory in Jeopardy

    New York, NY (PRWEB) This October 15-16th in New York City, a TED-style conference gathering innovators from science, industry, and the public will discuss IBM’s ‘Watson’ computer and other exciting developments in emerging technologies. Keynote speakers at Singularity Summit 2011 include Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings and famed futurist and inventor Ray Kurzweil. After losing to an IBM computer in Jeopardy!, Jennings wrote, “Just as factory jobs were eliminated in the 20th century by new assembly-line robots, Brad and I were the first knowledge-industry workers put out of work by the new generation of ‘thinking’ machines. ‘Quiz show contestant’ may be the first job made redundant by Watson, but I’m sure it won’t be the last.”
    In February, Watson defeated two human champions in Jeopardy!, the game show famous for its mind-bending trivia questions. Surprising millions of TV viewers, Watson took down champions Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter for the $1 million first prize. Facing defeat on the final show, competitor Ken Jennings jokingly wrote in parentheses on his last answer: “I for one welcome our new computer overlords.” Besides Watson, the Singularity Summit 2011 will feature speakers on robotics, nanotechnology, biotechnology, futurism, and other cutting-edge technologies, and is the only conference to focus on the technological Singularity.

    Responding to Watson’s victory, leading computer scientist Ray Kurzweil said, “Watson is a stunning example of the growing ability of computers to successfully invade this supposedly unique attribute of human intelligence.” In Kurzweil’s view, the combination of language understanding and pattern recognition that Watson displays would make its descendants “far superior to a human”. Kurzweil is known for predicting computers whose conversations will be indistinguishable from people by 2029.

    Beyond artificial intelligence, the Singularity Summit will also focus on high-tech and where it is going. Economist Tyler Cowen will examine the economic impacts of emerging technologies. Cowen argued in his recent book The Great Stagnation that modern society is on a technological plateau where “a lot of our major innovations are springing up in sectors where a lot of work is done by machines, not by human beings.” Tech entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel, who sits on the board of directors of Facebook, will share his thoughts on innovation and jumpstarting the economy.

    Other speakers include MIT cosmologist Max Tegmark, Allen Brain Institute chief scientist Christof Koch, co-founder of Skype Jaan Tallinn, robotics professors James McLurkin and Robin Murphy, Bionic Builders host Casey Pieretti, the MIT Media Lab’s Riley Crane, MIT polymath Alexander Wissner-Gross, filmmaker and television personality Jason Silva, and Singularity Institute artificial intelligence researcher Eliezer Yudkowsky.

  5. She said one thing wrong, that I know of…

    Not all of science discounts Morgellon’s as psychosomatic. From my article, Chemtrail Health and Eco Impacts Prompt Lawsuit:

    Molecular biologist and biophysicist Randy Wymore heads the Oklahoma State University Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease (CIMD).

    He had the forensics team of the Tulsa Police Dept. compare samples to its database of 800 fibers and 90,000 organic compounds, without success.

    The only conclusion Wymore can draw is that the fibers originate within the body as an artifact of some unknown infectious substance, either a neurotoxin or microorganism. He and a colleague catalogued several symptoms including skin lesions, neuropathies, cognitive dysfunction, and the signature fibers, like Smallstorm discussed.

  6. Yes, but they speak of the Singularity as if it is a GOOD and DESIRED thing. I for one prefer to remain human-human as in Homo sapiens. They speak of it in a mad-scientist sort of way. I will just add that so did the creators of the Daleks and Cybermen in Dr. Who. Sca-a-a-ary enough for me. I will be in the front lines of the Luddites. Just because we can do something doesn’t mean we should and there is more to being human than a bunch of nano superprocessing cells. Seems to me what Kurzweil is calling for or predicting (with ALOT of enthusiasm) is the (d)evolution of the human race into a race of controllable automatons that have more nenotech than cells (biological cells) to them.

    Also, I think Smallstorm was talking more the the majority of Morgellon’s sufferers who get deemed as ‘nuts”.

    • oh, right — Kurzweil is a lunatic thinking we should control human evolution toward robotics.

      but the horrendous thing about all of this is that the super rich are going ahead with re-engineering human DNA without disclosing their actions. Talk about lacking a conscience. We need to re-engineer them and their progeny out of the human gene pool.

      What Smallstorm disclosed is disturbing on so many levels, but it makes sense. I’ve been wondering about this for some time– the why of chemtrails. It just didn’t make sense that they would spend money to make the planet less warm — that’s too human for them. There couldn’t be a good reason for it, and her theory that they’re simply re-engineering all of us makes the most sense.

      btw, what she got “wrong” is that she said all of science discounts morgellon’s. So I just wanted to name the scientific body that’s looking into it. Dr Wymore does not believe Morgellon’s is psychosomatic.

      However, he’s now being funded by a billionaire (T Boone Pickens) so I’m worried about what direction his work will take, given Smallstorm’s other suggestion that those with Morgellon’s have some kind of DNA protection mechanism that is rejecting the “infectious substance.”

      That means that some humans can survive this evil plan. Next question is what will the billionaires do to them.

      And, that ball player who got Morgellon’s …Billy Koch … his wife and kids also developed the disease, which lends more strength to Smallstorm’s theory that there is a genetic basis for the rejection of those “infectious substances” found in chemtrails.

      The other thing running around my head about all this is that whatever they’re spraying, if it’s nano-sized, that means it crosses the blood brain barrier. it’s definitely going to affect us mentally and neurologically, as well as physically.

      • Totally totally agreed. And YES, her theory makes the MOST sense, for all the reasons you state above, which is scary scary scary. Its like being in sick satire of a BAD scifi film. Ever seen Soylent Green?

  7. Oh, and yes, Kurzweil is a modern day Frankenstein with delusions of grandeur for sure. I’d hate to meet him in a dark alley….

  8. OMG! I’d forgotten about that one too. Time to revisit these films and glean more than our younger selves may have, no?

  9. Here’s a quote for you, can’t remember who said it: “The cry of “brother!” is worse than the cry of “fire!” in a crowded theatre.”

  10. HOLY SHIT! Just watched the video………….I want to share it, but how do you possibly do that and not look like a total lunatic? The sheeple are all falling in line anyway……..

  11. Looks to me like someone is trying to introduce and permanently establish a synthetic biology in humans. To do that they would need to change the human diet, because a synthetic biology would require different elements and proteins, which is where the development of genetically engineered food came in. A daily dose of Agrobacterium would help to transfer what is in the chemtrails into your cells. The nanotech is the platform and scale, since it is conveniently invisible. A synthetic biology would be very unstable in direct competition with earthly organisms who have evolved in this environment over eons of time. So we have the massive use of pesticides to wipe out the natural organisms that would compete with it, the daily dose of chemtrails providing heavy metals, advanced materials, and who knows what else to feed it and alter the natural spectrum of light from the sun, the daily meds, the daily dose of flouride which feeds the nanotech, the change to flourescent lighting which simulates growth, the alterations of frequencies: cell phones and towers and electrical fields everywhere (nanotech coatings conduct electricity), The nanotech, chemtrails, genetic engineering and synthetic biology are all being heavily funded, promoted, and protected by ruling world government bodies. People’s bodies process these invading forms/materials in different ways. In Dr. H. Staninger’s work, she noted 30% of her patients were Rh-, a rate far out of proportion to to their +-15% distribution in the USA population. So there may be some genetic basis for the Morgellons response- the body has many way to reject or process foreign materials. I prefer the names Advanced Materials Disease or GMOD Genetically Modif Organism Disease, which must more accurately describe what we are dealing with.

    • nice summary, Postelsia.

      Or, GMOS, genetically modified organism syndrome, as it is likely that more diseases (other than Morgellon’s) will be a part of the human genetic response to transhumanism.

  12. The Municipal Council of Aigina, Greece was the first city in the world to take a position against chemtrails as a supposed solution to climate change. Activists made a documentary about it:

    Aigina First Capital of today’s Greece, First Capital of Tomorrow’s Europe:

  13. Postelsia: Great summary of what we’re looking at and talking about here. Can you provide link to Staninger’s work? Also, are you saying that the Rh factor could be THE one factor in the body’s rejecting the GMOD/GMOS/AMD???

  14. I have been doing a lot research on this topic (Morgellon’s disease) and think I found a possible genetic factor – null alleles on chromosome number 448 and/or 439 may be a factor in the Morgellon’s patients. There are family studies being done on those who carry these null alleles. They have not been able to sequence them due to the presence of an alien protein. I strongly suspect people with these null alleles are mostly type O- also. My family is in a study for the null 448, and are all type O-.

  15. I had to look up null alleles and here’s what I found:
    A null allele is a mutant copy of a gene that completely lacks that gene’s normal function. This can be the result of the complete absence of the gene product (protein, RNA) at the molecular level, or the expression of a non-functional gene product. At the phenotypic level, a null allele is indistinguishable from a deletion of the entire locus.

    A mutant allele that produces no protein is called a protein null (shown by western analysis), and one that produces no RNA is called an RNA null (shown by Northern analysis or by DNA sequencing of a deletion allele). A genetic null or amorphic allele has the same phenotype when homozygous as when heterozygous with a deficiency that disrupts the locus in question. A genetic null allele can be a protein and RNA null, but can also express normal levels of a gene product that is non-functional due to mutation.

    Another definition of null allele concerning molecular markers, refers to such a marker in the case it can no longer be detected because of a mutation. For example, microsatellites (i.e. a repetitive sequence of DNA, in which the repeat is rather short) are used as molecular markers amplifying them through PCR. To do so, a primer or oligonucleotide aligns with either of ends of the locus. If a mutation occurs in the annealing site, then the marker can no longer be used and the allele is turned into a null allele.

    One example of a null allele is the ‘O’ blood type allele in the human A, B and O blood type system. The alleles for the A-antigen and B-antigen are co-dominant, thus they are both phenotypically expressed if both are present. The allele for O blood type, however, is a mutated version of the allele for the A-antigen, with a single base pair change due to genetic mutation. The protein coded for by the O allele is enzymatically inactive and therefore the O allele is expressed phenotypically in homozygous OO individuals as the lack of any blood antigen. Thus we may consider the allele for the O blood type as a null allele.

  16. That was courtesy Wikipedia. So as I read this, and I admit I don’t understand all of it, the “O” blood type could possibly be able to reject the GMOS because it is already a mutated version of the allele for the A-antigen? Is that right?

    • that’s all beyond my knowledge of heredity, but worth keeping hold of until someone with greater understanding comes along. Vandana Shiva would know the answer.

  17. LOL – Vandana knows ALL the answers!🙂 Love that woman…

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