NANOTECHNOLOGY IN INDIA AS OF 2009… What is it NOW?

IT’S PART OF THE GREATEST SAMSARA CAMPAIGN THE WORLD WILL EVER SEE.

“Whereas knights of old wore armor of plate, the modern knights of the air wear the invisible but magic armor of confidence in technology.” Mike Spick, nanotechnology and AI proponent

“Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience:” – Ephesians 2.2

The devil, prince of the air, deceives all through technology.

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F. Nanotechnology: India

India, Thailand, and Vietnam represent rising Asian stars that are using nanoscience to propel themselves forward, although the level of scientific sophistication is not yet equal to that of the other countries in this report. Defense application is currently limited.
Nanotechnology R&D in India covers a broad spectrum of organizations and topics. In 2007, the Indian government initiated the Nano-Mission, a 5-year program that will provide roughly $225 million dollars to nanotechnology R&D. The Nano-Mission is headed by India’s Department of Science and Technology, which sponsors civilian research, but the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is included as a key partner in the program. Nanotechnology development also receives significant support from other government agencies, though specific funding levels are difficult to estimate.

Nanotechnology research in DRDO labs includes applications such as:
• Gas sensors
• IR reflecting coatings
• Materials for thermal insulation
• Low-emissivity films and coatings
• Magnetic nanoparticles to fuels and lubricants
• Nanomagnetic materials
• Nanocomposites
• Toxicity of engineered nanomaterials
• Polymeric nanocomposites
• Semiconducting nanocrystals
• Metal nanoparticles and their composites.

Although the best nanotechnology research in India is done at universities and the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) labs, the DRDO features nanotechnology work in several of its labs. Most of this work resides at the Defense Laboratory Jodhpur (DLJ), where research is directed towards applications such as:

• Gas sensors
• IR reflecting coatings
• Materials for thermal insulation
• Low-emissivity films and coatings.

In addition, the Defense Materials and Stores Research and Development Establishment (DMSRDE) is investigating the addition of magnetic nanoparticles to fuels and lubricants to improve viscosity. The Defense Metallurgical Research Laboratory (DMRL) has projects in nanomagnetic materials and nanocomposites. Finally, the Defense Institute for Physiology and Allied Sciences (DIPAS) is also exploring the toxicity of engineered nanomaterials.

From the ONR Global Report. Nanotechnology for Defense (2009)

Small businesses “brought to the fight” to turn children against parents, brother against brother, and destroy the human race from within.

The ocean is the serpent’s realm: Tartarus. Ouroboros of depopulation of genetic true humans being altered and controlled from within. Transhumanism: the devil’s agenda of hell on earth.

WAKE UP, INDIA, THE BIRTHPLACE OF SAMSARA!

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  1. Thank you for the post.

    To save the time, collaborative R&D being done by minions for their masters. Also, it is cheaper in India then in western countries.

    Thank you for all and namasté.

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