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The Doomsday Implant
September 30, 2009

CHIP copy

1. Antenna – EFAB disigned mult-layer magnetic dipole with Silicon substrate, copper/silver particle coil design [13.56 MHz]

2. MicroChip – [a]information data, [b]GPS, [c] social profiling and [d]programmed sequence algorithm

[a]all current HIPAA medical records, biographical information, DNA record/genetic markers, family histories/geneology, criminal history

[b]global positioning and movements data, perimeter violations preset on specific criteria

[c]data collection of all movements and events pertaining to residential activities, commercial/ retail events through RFID markers locations worldwide including all transactions, social networking, sexual activity and internet activities.

[d]algorithms and key escrow collection data updates with instant access on mobile checkpoints and DHS stations

3. Backup MicroChip [nano-RAM technology]

4. Thermostat – dual purpose monitoring
[a] DHS/DOT monitoring and ID for subjects recording excess temperatures exceeding 99.9 degrees F (travel restriction, isolation, programming etc.)

[b] recorded monitoring of body temp reduction of 1.6 degree F per hour for period as to determine expiration of subject.

5. Power cell/Capacitor – thin liquid or gel electrolyte polymer technology or thin film paper/salt technology. Stacking recharging for lifetime usage.

6. Trigger cell-charge – Microdetonics/nanobomb thin film explosive detonator includes forming a substrate layer; depositing a metal layer in situ on the substrate layer; and reacting the metal layer to form a primary explosive layer

7. Protein Nano-bomb that contain engineered self multiplying deadly viruses or substances
[1] polymer coated alien protein immune system attack
[2] electrochemical actuator of polymeric valves on a set of drug reservoirs predetermined by DNA
[3] efficiently deliver viruses or toxic cancerous compounds directly to specific cells bypassing blood brain barrier.

8. Delivery tube (polymer/silicon elastimer)

9. Bio polymer valve trap door – microdetonics charge ejection barrel

10. Lime glass / polymeric capsule

RESEARCH
Blood-brain and other neural barriers
Some key target areas for the application of nanotechnology to drug delivery
Important drug delivery routes
Delivery by parenteral injection and by the peroral route
Gastrointestinal tract drug delivery
Transdermal drug delivery
Transmucosal drug delivery
Pulmonary drug delivery
Nanoparticles used for drug delivery
Biodegradable polymer nanoparticles
Polymeric nanoparticles (PNPs)
Polyketal nanoparticles
Nanoparticle-aptamer conjugates
Colloidal gold nanoparticles
Dendrimers
Hyperbranched polymers
Dendritic polymer-drug conjugates
Nanoshells
Nanocrystals
Nanoliposomes (nanosomes)
Niosomes
Micelles
Fullerenes and carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanohorns
Carbon nanotubes
Chitosan and lecithin nanoparticles
Other nanostructured materials for drug delivery
Nanosponges
Nanodiamonds
‘Smart’ Bio-nanotubes
Implantable drug-carrying nanofilms

BIOTECHNOLOGIES PhRMA

Pfizer (with Wyeth)
Bayer
Hoffmann–La Roche
Novartis
GlaxoSmithKline
Sanofi-Aventis
AstraZeneca
Abbott Laboratories[6]
Merck & Co.
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Eli Lilly and Company
Boehringer Ingelheim
Takeda Pharmaceutical Co.
Amgen
Genentech
Baxter International
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
Astellas Pharma
Daiichi Sankyo
Procter & Gamble
Novo Nordisk
Eisai
Merck KGaA
Alcon
SINOPHARM
Akzo Nobel
UCB
Nycomed
Forest Laboratories
Solvay
Allergan
Gilead Sciences
CSL
Chugai Pharmaceutical Co.
Biogen Idec
Bausch & Lomb
Taiho Pharmaceutical Co.
King Pharmaceuticals
Watson Pharmaceuticals
Mitsubishi Pharma
Shire
Cephalon
Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma
Kyowa Hakko Kogyo
Shionogi
Mylan Laboratories
H. Lundbeck

NANOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

Abraxis Biosciences Inc.
Access Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Allergan Inc.
ALZA Corporation
Aphios Corporation
Artificial Cell Technologies
Avidimer Therapeutics
Azaya Therapeutics
Baxter Healthcare
BioAlliance Pharma
Biodelivery Sciences International
Biophan
Calando Pharmaceuticals
Capsulution Nanosciences AG
Dabur Research Foundation
Elan Corporation
Endovasc
Enzon Pharmaceuticals Inc
Exilica Ltd
Flamel Technologies
Gilead Sciences, Inc
ICeutica
Insert Therapeutics
ImuThes Ltd
Intezyne Technologies
Keystone Nano
Labopharm
Magforce Nanotechnologies
Nanocarrier
Nanocopoeia
NanoBioMagnetics
Nanobiotix
Nanomerics
Nanotherapeutics
NanoViricides Inc
Neopharm
Novosom
Psividia
SamYang
Spherics
Starpharma
Skyepharma
Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation
XstalBio

RESEARCH FUNDING

DOD
NASA
DHS
You the taxpayer

Battery [Thin line /stacked] self charging/rechargable

http://www.electrochem.org/dl/interface/fal/fal08/fal08_p44-48.pdf

http://www.technologyreview.com/energy/23472/

http://www.technologyreview.com/energy/23472/

http://www.infinitepowersolutions.com/product/thinergy

Microdetonics [explosives / ingnitor/actuator]

http://fluid.ippt.gov.pl/ictam04/text/sessions/docs/MS4/12976/MS4_12976.pdf

http://www.ideals.uiuc.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/263/984.pdf?sequence=1

Search: Nanobots,tubes,balls

Polymeric spheres for drug delivery

http://www.mpip-mainz.mpg.de/www/pages/forschung/forschungsthemen/mpipbook/fmad/polymersmedicine_pdf

http://deposit.ddb.de/cgi-bin/dokserv?idn=985950331&dok_var=d1&dok_ext=pdf&filename=985950331.pdf#12

Protein Viral Mimicry

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/04/050426215024.htm

http://www.biochemsoctrans.org/bst/034/0317/0340317.pdf

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In-Office Diagnostic Testing Saves Private Practice
May 22, 2008

Many doctors have already found that testing in the office is the most convenient and comfortable means of treating patients, as well as maintaining control of all follow-up visits. Your ability to test, diagnose and treat at one location can help set you apart from other doctors and outpatient facilities.
 
 
In addition to your office’s enhanced professional services, you will ethically increase your practice’s monthly revenue dramatically.  Today’s physicians have seen a systematic decrease of their income and earning potential. The government has drastically cut payments to physicians through their Medicare/Medicaid programs, and insurance carriers graciously follow their lead.
 
Since the services are administered in your office, you can legally and ethically bill and collect for the technical component of the tests. Many doctors are billing an additional $10,000-$20,000 per month based on patient volume and number of tests ordered. Leasing the technician and equipment through AMMA’s associate network at fair market value allows your clinic to bill for the performed procedures.
AMMA-PMD is the only national diagnostic services company, who can provide these specific modalities to all your patients. Whether Medicare, HMO, PPO, Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle or Attorney represented, the diagnostic procedures may be performed.
 
The integration of these services on an “as needed basis will benefit  the patient, the physician and the practice.  Truly this is a WIN, WIN, WIN situation.  With no contractual commitment binding your participation or monthly fees, the opportunity to evaluate the services is easy to integrate into the busiest of practices. Our support staff is available to co-ordinate with your scheduling and billing staff to ensure a smooth integration.   Providing support with patient scheduling , insurance verification on your behalf, billing services and support with claims. These ancillary services are important components of a superior company.
 
Today’s primary care doctors face, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and neuropathies (pain associated conditions) in near epidemic proportions.  Integrating the diagnostic tools to diagnose and monitor their treatments in their offices will give them an added degree of success in all aspects of their practice.
The consultation is without charge, the services require no out of pocket expenses, or contractual commitments binding physician participation.  Integration, scheduling and billing support are integral components of a successful transition.
 
This is not the Neurometrix or NC- Stat systems that are failing to payoff as sold.  This is full service, board certifed interpreted and fully reimbursed program.  Doctors average $700.00 to $1,000 per patient.
 
GETTING PAID FOR THE INFORMATION THEY NEED

http://www.ammaconsulting.org/services.html