Fact: DNA Guns Are Real


What we’ve had for years:

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A gene gun is a device for delivering exogenous DNA (transgenes) to cells. The payload is an elemental particle of a heavy metal coated with DNA. This technique is often referred to as biolistics. Gene guns can be used effectively on most cells but are mainly used on plant cells. 

DNA is inserted into the target’s genome to transform eukaryotic nuclei or to transform prokaryotic-type genomes such as mitochondria, plasmids or plastids.

The potential for use on humans and other animals is forthcoming.

Where this gets NWO:

Fast forward to today’s world and now we have a high-velocity DNA tagging gun that shoots people with pellets containing unique DNA fingerprints. Authorities can track down and arrest criminals at a less confrontational time. Portable readers equipped with ultraviolet light scanners would be able to verify the synthetic DNA.

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This technology is also able to tag personal belongings or other items for travel. It could conceivably be used to tag money or spouses to see who they interact with.

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1 comment

  1. Who’s going to watch the watchers watch me? And who will watch them? This is the problem with always trying to usurp nature. In Chinese philosophy they accept the good and the bad as part of the whole. You can trust the fact that you can’t trust anyone, so you play a fair game among thieves. Since pretense is king we pretend very few are rascals, but we really know everyone is, so plan accordingly. Genetic tracking and chips will ruin the game. And a risk free game will be the ultimate boor.

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