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Agency for Advanced Human Genetics

Conceptual Alteration via Multiplexed Biochemical Assays with Biological Processors

Document Classification: TS 147



Primary Objective:

Behavioral modifications to generate Consistent Commercial Automaton (CCS) thought processes and thus predictable consumer trending. This strategy has been implemented as the ultimate solution to improve deteriorating economic conditions apparent beyond propagandistic media presentations. (PMPs). Suppression of vital economic statistics continues.

Advantages of biochips; Conventional computing versus Biological:

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In addition, biochips cannot be isolated by metal detection. Their sub-micron size also makes them undetectable by most laboratory analyses.









Agency for Advanced Human Genetics MicroChip on arm Early experimental implantations led to trial runs and eventually undetectable implants. Prototype models advanced rapidly. Because implantation via immunizations has proved too dangerous, new techniques have been implemented involving Surreptitiously Launched Nano-Projectiles (SLNPs) installed at public sites. Currently SLNPs have been installed and activated at four hundred nineteen malls, most of them, but not all, in major urban areas. Test subjects indicated only a “burning sensation” or a “pinprick” at penetration point on skin surface. Nano-projectile diameter is four hundred microns and constructed of a dense polymer substance. Each Nano-projectile contains sufficient biochips of each type to ‘colonize’ a single individual.




Biochip Architecture

There are four basic bio-chip types each performing a different role in the overall objective of CCS. All four bio-chip types must be implanted at the time of initial injection due to their interdependency.

Type 1: Interface with visual pathway and superimpose false translucent thought images. Normal thought images are suppressed using several chemical variants of methylenedioxamphetamine. Type 1 then replaces normal thought imagery and can thus affect thinking and behavior. Bionet interface takes place at visual pathway, after optic nerve and before post-optic processing. Although there is no direct interface with the Cerebral Cortex, research continues.


Receptor Sites and Type 1 Biochip Development

Interaction with the post-optic visual processing is possible because of the discovery of a novel LIM-homeodomain gene, Lhx9, isolated by degenerate RT-PCR followed by mouse embryonic library screening.


Interestingly, the boundaries of expression of Lhx9 at the diencephalic mesencephalic junction delineated perfectly the borders of the trajectory used by pioneering tracts of the posterior and post-optic commissure


A major issue in developmental neurobiology is the understanding of forebrain development and patterning. During embryogenesis, the anterior neural tube generates complex and highly organized structures, such as the cerebral cortex, the basal ganglia, and the thalamus. In adults, these structures are interconnected, almost always topographically. Homeodomain genes play decisive roles in the establishment of cerebral structures and/or the generation of cell types.


In situ hybridization and image processing: The pGEM-Lhx9 plasmid was linearized with NdEI or NcoI and used as template for RNA synthesis with T7 or SP6 polymerase in the presence of [35S]UTP (10mCi/mmol); for antisense and Sense control probes, respectively. The probe thus included the 5 noncoding region, the two LIM domains, the linker region, and the beginning of the homeodomain. The Bluescript-Lhx2 plasmid including the 1.1 kb Lhx2 insert was linearized with EcoRI, and T3 polymerase was used for antisense probe synthesis as described. The Bluescript-En2 3 untranslated region plasmid was linearized with ClaI, and T7 was used to generate an 800 bp En-2 probe.


After LHx9 hybridization, the biochip is interfaced through receptor sites in the linker region, which is resident in the biochip cellular architecture, specifically the mitochondrial DNA.


Type 2: Interfaces with hypothalamus to stimulate subconscious ‘reward’ when individual acts based on presented commercial thought images. ‘Reward’ is hybridized endorphins with dynamic potency adjustment. Type 1 will perform pattern recognition upon subliminal images embedded in commercial imagery and entertainment. Internet, television and commercial signage are primary source of ‘trigger’ images. This biochip’s primary function is to produce various endorphins in the pentapeptides class and in another class of endogenous opiod peptides such as dynorphins. Subsequently larger polypeptides can be used and these are called beta endorphins (from the words endogenous morphine). In fact the enkephalins come from the endorphins by enzymatic breakdown.


Type 3: This biochip contains only the network component (for inter-chip communication) and the capability to deliver pain impulses when the individual does not respond to trigger images. This is the least sophisticated of the four types as evidenced by its simple linearzed architecture. Initiation of pain, occurs intra-muscular or, for a more acute punishment, by restricting blood vessels in the Calcarine Cortex to produce migraine aura. The latter can be metered depending on the resistance of the individual. This biochip produces a compound made up of substance P (SP) and a potent nerve toxin-called saporin (SAP)-that can lock onto, be taken into, and destroy nerve cells that have portals on their surface-called receptors-designed specifically to absorb SP. When the compound, SP-SAP, is injected into the lumbar region of the spinal cord, it infuses the compound into an area called the dorsal horn where nerves carrying pain signals from different parts of the body can converge and pass pain impulses up to the brain.


Type 4: This biochip’s primary purpose is to produce viruses. It can produce three types:

Virus A will seek out defective (or ‘non-reporting’) biochips and destroy them. For it to be effective, new virus signatures must be downloaded, via RNA strands, into the subject. This is easily accomplished using airborne agents emitted at public sites and by the consumption of popular ‘junk’ foods.

Virus B is responsible for producing four subtypes, each of which has the ability to arrest cell division in the four-biochip types when total count thresholds are exceeded. (See Genetic Corruption.)

Virus C contains a destruct genetic sequence code (DGSC) that will cause fatal cardiac arrest in fourteen minutes or less should the individual become aware of their colonization. This virus has not been perfected and has shown only a twenty six percent success rate at executing its primary function.



Network or Inter-chip Communications

Communication between the four biochip types is accomplished with tRNA, mRNA and rRNA. These RNA strands transfer data between the Biochip types using the normal processes that involve messenger and transfer RNA.


RNA structures

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Data is stored only in the tertiary RNA structures. Primary and secondary structures serve to integrate the RNA strand onto the receptor site of the receiving cell. In the diagram on the left, the green and orange nucleotides, representing RNA receptor sites, are superimposed over a typical human chromosome.



Genetic Corruption

More than eight thousand Bionet chips of types 1, 2 and 4 will produce an irresolvable number of anomalies due to cellular mutation, which poses the danger of genetic corruption. (Type 3 biochips have a higher threshold at twelve thousand.) Each of the four types of Bionet chips contains a synchronized total count. Upon threshold, Bionet reproduction is switched off by viral replication. Viral strands dock with key gene sequences in the Bionet reproductive process. These viruses that arrest Biochip reproduction are called ‘Salvador Variants’ because the are the result of a controlled mutation of the Salvador gene which regulates both cell cycle exit and apoptosis by virtue of its ability to modulate the levels of two key regulators -- Cyclin E and DIAP1.


Classified References:

  1. Persistent Translucent Thought Images by Robert Rossel --

  2. Designer Neural Pathways by Edith R. Maiden --

  3. Topographic Organization of Embryonic Motor Neurons Defined By Expression of LIM Homeobox Genes by Scott M. Lawrence –

  4. Bio-Genetic Designs and Intracellular Communications by Robert P. Moore. –

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