What are sensors?
An example is the NASA device developed at the Ames Research Center.
The chip plugs into the iPhone and detects gases such as ammonia, chlorine and methane.
Medical sensors examine whole blood, plasma and other physiological fluids and provide accurate measurements on the levels of electrolytes, blood gases, blood urea, nitrogen, pH and glucose.
A Cable pulse Oximeter measures the oxygen in your blood by determining the colour of your blood.
A light in the clip shines a light through the tip of your finger.
The clip has a wire that connects it to a meter that gives the reading. If your blood is dark red or purple, no oxygen is present. The oximeter can also sense your heart rate.
Sensors (probes) can also be Uncabled or Untethered.
Morgellons Uncabled Robot and Sensors
The sensors of interest here are ones used clandestinely as biowarfare devices in the human body creating a diseased condition.
SMD can make sensors to measure anything
How do you measure Morgellons? [fungus and nematodes]
Biosensors detect and measure biological, chemical & pathogenic agents, but they can also be used to deliver drugs, pathogens, live animals, tissue engineering materials and gene changing products.

Why study sensors?
To understand the objects and fibres in Morgellons!
Morgellons sensors fit one or more of the categories that follow.

Important words are in all caps for emphasis.
A biomedical sensor serves as the interface between a biologic and an electronic system and should function in such a way as to not adversely affect either of those systems.

Biosensors can be categorized as:

1- In the case of PHYSICAL sensors, quantities such as geometric, mechanical, thermal, hydraulic, electric and optical variables are measured.
PHYSICAL sensors in biomedical applications include muscle displacement, blood pressure, core body temperature, blood flow, cerebrospinal fluid pressure and bone growth.
PHYSICAL ELECTRODES have diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
The PHYSICAL OPTICAL sensor uses light to collect information which also serves as the signal transmission medium.

2- CHEMICAL Sensors monitor chemical activities in the body for diagnostic and therapeutic applications based on gas, electrochemical, photometric and bioanalytic methods.
ELECTROCHEMICAL sensors measure activities based on chemical reactions that interact with electrical systems.
PHOTOMETRIC chemical sensors are optical devices that detect chemical concentration based upon changes in light transmission, reflection, or colour.

3- BIOANALYTICAL sensors incorporate biologic recognition reactions such as enzyme-substrate, antigen-antibody, or ligand-receptor to identify complex biochemical molecules.
The use of biologic reactions gives bioanalytic sensors high sensitivity and specificity in identifying and quantifying biochemical substances.
Here are some examples of some regular size sensors.
What do biosensors do?
Biosensors detect a wide range of ANALYTES in health care (glucose), the food industry (E. coli) and the environment (anthrax).
“Biosensors: past, present and future” by Professor Anthony Turner 1996.
An ANALYTES is the sample you are testing such as fungus, animals and human tissues and fluids.
Fibre sensors have biological molecules on or in them that react with the analyte resulting in a biochemical process or BINDING EVEN which is turned into a signal.
A DINING EVENT is when a molecule on a sensor recognizes and grasps hold of other molecules.

The concept is to create a fibre that acts like a cell, talks to a cell and is the same size as a cell.
That is why fibre sensors are so tiny.
A typical biosensor consists of a RECEPTOR that will bind to specific molecules and a TRANSDUCER that generates signals.
RECEPTORS are immobile tissues, microorganisms, organelles, cell receptors, enzymes, antibodies, nucleic acids or biologically derived or biomimicking material created with synthetic and biological engineering.
Cells have RECEPTORS, which are protein molecules embedded in either the plasma membrane or the cytoplasm of a cell, to which specific kinds of SIGNALING molecules may attach.
The TRANSDUCER may be physicochemical, optical, piezoelectric, electrochemical, magnetic and micromechanical or combinations.
It turns the interactions of the ANALYTE with the RECEPTOR into an electrical signal.
A biosensor may have a receptor in thin film layers, at the tip of the fibre, inside the fibre or in the material of the fibre.
A structure can be created in a single fibre which is porous and lets molecules flow into the tiny holes in the fibre.
The object is to establish signal transduction pathways through the functionalization of supramolecular assemblies that simulate the CELL MEMBRANE. [cyclodextrin]
A fibre self-assembles itself by adding units (supramolecules).
Line up 100 of these rings (cyclodextrins) and you have a fibre.

This may be the most important concept in this video.
Molecular self-assembly is the process by which molecules adopt a defined arrangement without guidance or management from an outside source.
Molecules self-assembly and enclose other molecules in INCLUSION COMPLEXES.
This is called host-guest chemistry.
Inclusion Complex
Complexes of molecules from spherical, rod or sheet-like structures in bottom-up self-assembly which range from nanometers to micrometres.
The result of INTERMOLECULAR self-assembly is a continuous “BACKBONE” which you see as a fibre.
The result of INTERMOLECULAR analogue is called FOLDING.

“UNCABLED FIBERS (typically less than 250 um diameter) can be inserted directly into hypodermic needles and catheters so that their use can be both minimally invasive and highly localized.”
A hypodermic needle is not needed to place fibres in the body. Fibres may enter the body in the same way as other pathogens.
Aerobiology may deliver nematodes in a cryptobiotic state.

The cell membrane is the doorman and selects the ions and organic molecules that enter a cell.
If you want to get inside the cell, you talk to the doorman. This is CELL SIGNALING.
The cell membrane consists of a phospholipid bilayer with embedded proteins. If the proteins recognize molecules, they open channels and ferry molecules across the membrane and into the cell’s interior.

Protein Ferry
Cell membranes are involved in cell adhesion, ion conductivity and CELL SIGNALING. They serve as the ATTACHMENT SURFACE for the extracellular glycocalyx (glycoproteins), cell wall and intracellular cytoskeleton.

When creating a fibre sensor, RECEPTORS must be attached to bind with the molecule you want to find and measure. This is called FUNCTIONALIZATION.
FUNCTIONALIZATION is similar to creating a specific bait and prey systems. If you are fishing for shark, you might put a kayaker on your line.
This is where SPECIFICITY is important because viruses have many shapes. Each virus connects with a specific receptor.

The intelligent design behind the Morgellons specimens and the SPECIFICITY needed to demonstrate their efficiency points to the deliberate infection of my friends.

This is to all the scientists who exchange their humanity for money. Your names are on the research for Morgellons and specimens.

Nematodes infect all body fluids.

Read “Morgellons Definitive Cure” Post For A Very Helpful Information On How You Can Recover From Morgellons.

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