Human Experimentation

Updated: Jan 2, 2019

The human implantable molecular wire.

Nano, wire filament implants

To EUh (to AH UH) Human implantable molecular, Nano, wire filament Also, known by 90101

To EUh (to AH UH) Human implantable molecular, Nano, wire filament Also, known by 90101 In its original form it is close in size to a piece of mechanical pencil lead. The original " to EAh " wire is one third salt or sugar, on top of this layer are the "to eah", whion, molecules, which will fuses with the human tissue.

The remaining two-thirds material is for tensile straight, this material reacts to a secondary process. Once the TO EA h, molecular wire, is inserted, and it forms a loop inside the body a secondary process is quickly applied; Fe or copper induced with current is applied to the insert wire, or importantly the wire comes into contact with electrons.

The secondary process will cause this two third material to erupt. If the whole wire were to erupt it would destroy the whion, or wyne molecules. If the whole wire was salt or sugar the wire would not have the tensile straight needed to be insert into the human body, and it would have the propensity to snap.

The one third will dissolve leaving a thin line of whion, often called wyne molecules, invisible to the naked eye. The whyion, molecules fuse with the human tissue. (Believed to be arsenic based, formerly thought to be strychninebased) One molecule next to another in enough numbers, about 40 molecules, to ensure the “properties” and "integrity" that are desired. These whion, wyne loops, that have been embedded in the body will act as a negatively charged magnet.

Horrifyingly this is FOR LIFE. The human implantable molecular wire, to EAh, is blue in color before it is inserted into the human body, and the molecules that are sandwiched between the two layers are yellow.

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