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Design properties of hydrogel tissue-engineering scaffolds
(July 2012)

This article summarizes the recent progress in the design and synthesis of hydrogels as tissue-engineering scaffolds. Hydrogels are attractive scaffolding materials owing to their highly swollen network structure, ability to encapsulate cells and bioactive molecules, and efficient mass transfer. Various polymers, including natural, synthetic and natural/synthetic hybrid polymers, have been used to make hydrogels via chemical or physical crosslinking. Recently, bioactive synthetic hydrogels have emerged as promising scaffolds because they can provide molecularly tailored biofunctions and adjustable mechanical properties, as well as an extracellular matrix-like microenvironment for cell growth and tissue formation.”

“This insoluble cross-linked structure allows effective immobilization and release of active agents and biomolecules. Owing to their high water content, hydrogels resemble natural soft tissue more than any other type of polymeric biomaterials. Hydrogel materials generally exhibit good biocompatibility and high permeability for oxygen, nutrients and other water-soluble metabolites, making them attractive scaffolds for use in cell encapsulationMost hydrogel materials are injectable and can be formed via photopolymerization, which can be carried out under mild conditions in the presence of living cells. This allows homogeneous seeding of cells throughout the scaffold materials and formation of hydrogels in situ.”*

*Funded in part by the NIH.

Take note that the above publication (2012) was a progress report of the hydrogel material that’s already being studied during that time.

And not only does it mention “cell encapsulation”, but it also makes other important references: “hydrogels resemble natural soft tissue” / “mass transfer” / “tissue-engineering” / “hydrogel materials are injectable”, and it can be formed through irradiation with light. I also took the initiative to show a brief definition of what photopolymerization is…

Photopolymerization is a light-induced reaction, which converts a liquid or gel monomer into a solid polymer. These reactions require the use of an appropriate photoinitiator, which is a light sensitive molecule that produces an active species upon irradiation with UV, visible, or infrared light.”

– Photopolymerization | Surface Coating Processes

Shear-thinning and self-healing hydrogels as injectable therapeutics and for 3D-printing
(August 2017)

“The design of injectable hydrogel systems addresses the growing demand for minimally invasive approaches for local and sustained delivery of therapeutics. We developed a class of hyaluronic acid (HA) hydrogels that form through noncovalent guest-host interactions, undergo disassembly (shear-thinning) when injected through a syringe and then reassemble within seconds (self-healing) when shear forces are removed. Its unique properties enable the use of this hydrogel system for numerous applications, such as injection in vivo (including with cells and therapeutic molecules) or as a ‘bioink’ in 3D-printing applications.

We furthermore demonstrate how to encapsulate cells in vitro and provide procedures for quantitative assessment of in vivo hydrogel degradation by imaging of fluorescently derivatized materials.”

And in a whopper of a title, we have this study:

Shear-thinning and self-healing nanohybrid alginate-graphene oxide hydrogel based on guest-host assembly.
(March 2021)

The study aims to develop a novel nanohybrid shear-thinning hydrogel with fast gelation, and variable mechanical and biological properties. This nanohybrid hydrogel was developed via self-assembly guest-host interaction between β-cyclodextrin modified alginate (host macromere, Alg-CD) and adamantine modified graphene oxide (guest macromere, Ad-GO) and subsequent ionic crosslinking process.

In conclusion, the nanohybrid Alg-GO hydrogel could be used as an injectable hydrogel for soft tissue engineering applications.

Hydrogel-based biocontainment of bacteria for continuous sensing and computation
(April 2021)

Genetically modified microorganisms (GMMs) can enable a wide range of important applications including environmental sensing and responsive engineered living materials. However, containment of GMMs to prevent environmental escape and satisfy regulatory requirements is a bottleneck for real-world use. While current biochemical strategies restrict unwanted growth of GMMs in the environment, there is a need for deployable physical containment technologies to achieve redundant, multi-layered and robust containment. We developed a hydrogel-based encapsulation system that incorporates a biocompatible multilayer tough shell and an alginate-based core. This deployable physical containment strategy (DEPCOS) allows no detectable GMM escape, bacteria to be protected against environmental insults including antibiotics and low pH, controllable lifespan and easy retrieval of genomically recoded bacteria. To highlight the versatility of DEPCOS, we demonstrated that robustly encapsulated cells can execute useful functions, including performing cell–cell communication with other encapsulated bacteria and sensing heavy metals in water samples from the Charles River.”**

**In the acknowledgments, the NIH, DARPA, University of Pennsylvania and MIT are thanked for their funding of this study.

Interesting that DARPA and co. are investing in studies which allow for GMMs (genetically modified microorganisms) to escape a containment of sorts without being detected, as well as protecting bacteria so that they are resilient against antibiotics… Must I mention the eerie parallels that bacteria have with parasites?

“If bacteria can infect a host, multiply inside the body and eventually spread to another organism, it exhibits the behavior of a parasite. Many bacterial diseases do this.”

– What Types of Bacteria Are Parasites?

There are also studies detailing how useful hydrogel is when attempting to connect electricity/machines/computing interfaces with living beings – such as humans; giving credence to the theories that hydrogel will be one of the key catalysts to propel us into the 4th Industrial Revolution. And it doesn’t help when one of these studies directly links it to being an important platform for the Internet-of-Things capabilities.

Hydrogel bioelectronics
(March 2019)

“Bioelectronic interfacing with the human body including electrical stimulation and recording of neural activities is the basis of the rapidly growing field of neural science and engineering, diagnostics, therapy, and wearable and implantable devices. Owing to intrinsic dissimilarities between soft, wet, and living biological tissues and rigid, dry, and synthetic electronic systems, the development of more compatible, effective, and stable interfaces between these two different realms has been one of the most daunting challenges in science and technology. Recently, hydrogels have emerged as a promising material candidate for the next-generation bioelectronic interfaces, due to their similarities to biological tissues and versatility in electrical, mechanical, and biofunctional engineering. In this review, we discuss (i) the fundamental mechanisms of tissue-electrode interactions, (ii) hydrogels’ unique advantages in bioelectrical interfacing with the human body, (iii) the recent progress in hydrogel developments for bioelectronics, and (iv) rational guidelines for the design of future hydrogel bioelectronics. Advances in hydrogel bioelectronics will usher unprecedented opportunities toward ever-close integration of biology and electronics, potentially blurring the boundary between humans and machines.”

Ultrastretchable and Wireless Bioelectronics Based on All-Hydrogel Microfluidics
(August 2019)

Hydrogel bioelectronics that can interface biological tissues and flexible electronics is at the core of the growing field of healthcare monitoring, smart drug systems, and wearable and implantable devices. Here, a simple strategy is demonstrated to prototype all-hydrogel bioelectronics with embedded arbitrary conductive networks using tough hydrogels and liquid metal. Due to their excellent stretchability, the resultant all-hydrogel bioelectronics exhibits stable electrochemical properties at large tensile stretch and various modes of deformation. The potential of fabricated all-hydrogel bioelectronics is demonstrated as wearable strain sensors, cardiac patches, and near-field communication (NFC) devices for monitoring various physiological conditions wirelessly. The presented simple platform paves the way of implantable hydrogel electronics for Internet-of-Things and tissue-machine interfacing applications.”

Anyone who is saying that “they” are not attempting to merge humans with machines is not doing their homework.

Hydrogel facilitated bioelectronic integration
(January 2021)

“Hydrogels represent a unique category of materials to bridge the gap between biological and electronic systems because of their structural/functional similarity to biological tissues and design versatility to accommodate cross-system communication. In this review, we discuss the latest progress in the engineering of hydrogel interfaces for bioelectronics development that promotes (1) structural compatibility, where the mechanical and chemical properties of hydrogels can be modulated to achieve coherent, chronically stable biotic-abiotic junctions; and (2) interfacial signal transduction, where the charge and mass transport within the hydrogel mediators can be rationally programmed to condition/amplify the bioderived signals and enhance the electrical/electrochemical coupling. We will further discuss the application of functional hydrogels in complex physiological environments for bioelectronic integration across different scales/biological levels. These ongoing research efforts have the potential to blur the distinction between living systems and artificial electronics, and ultimately decode and regulate biological functioning for both fundamental inquiries and biomedical applications.”

Tissue adhesive hydrogel bioelectronics
(June 2021)

“Flexible bioelectronics have promising applications in electronic skin, wearable devices, biomedical electronics, etc. Hydrogels have unique advantages for bioelectronics due to their tissue-like mechanical properties and excellent biocompatibility. Particularly, conductive and tissue adhesive hydrogels can self-adhere to bio-tissues and have great potential in implantable wearable bioelectronics. This review focuses on the recent progress in tissue adhesive hydrogel bioelectronics, including the mechanism and preparation of tissue adhesive hydrogels, the fabrication strategies of conductive hydrogels, and tissue adhesive hydrogel bioelectronics and applications.”

And of course, this article would not be complete without mentioning a direct correlation between the World Economic Forum and this strange “goo”, since they are the front-runners of initiating this transhumanism effort.

  • Scientists have developed new 3D printing technology, which is 10-50 times faster than the industry standard with the ability to print larger sample sizes.
  • It involves jelly-like materials known as hydrogels, which are used to create products such as contact lenses.
  • This method and material is also useful for creating scaffolds in tissue engineering.

Researchers say the method is particularly suitable for printing cells with embedded blood vessel networks, a nascent technology expected to be a central part of the production of 3D-printed human tissue and organs.

– 3D printing method turns goo into a hand in minutes

So now the question is, could these strange strands that people are seeing in their stools, and perhaps what the embalmers are seeing, the hydrogel-structures themselves? If these fibrous substances are not parasites, then the collection of publications above may be pointing to the possibility that these tissue-like materials are hydrogels that have already been in testing mode in humans for a very long time.

Whether they have been delivered through medication, injections (such as through flu shots/vaccines), contaminating water/food supply, GMOs, etc.

There is also an interesting correlation between the fibrous textures that Richard Hirschman and other embalmers have found, that closely resemble veins themselves. As Mr. Hirschman claims, he has been in this business for decades, and has never really seen anything like this. Pulling veins… from veins?

Well, there may be some legitimacy to this as well.

Arteriovenous Malformation

“An arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is an abnormal tangle of blood vessels connecting arteries and veins, which disrupts normal blood flow and oxygen circulation.”

“When an AVM disrupts this critical process, the surrounding tissues may not get enough oxygen. Also, because the tangled blood vessels that form the AVM are abnormal, they can weaken and rupture. If the AVM is in the brain and ruptures, it can cause bleeding in the brain (hemorrhage), stroke or brain damage.

“The cause of AVMs is not clear. They’re rarely passed down among families.”

“AVMs result from development of abnormal direct connections between arteries and veins, but experts don’t understand why this happens. Certain genetic changes might play a role, but most types are not usually inherited.”

– ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATION / mayoclinic

Throughout numerous articles about arteriovenous malformations, it is usually repeated that the cause of AVM is not known. So again, I am hypothesizing, what if these AVMs, extra tangled webs of veins/arteries/tissue, etc. – are in fact hydrogels meant to be administered throughout our system to replicate our neural/circulatory system to better connect us to their biotechnological agendas?

We’ve already seen the numerous studies above describing hydrogels as “stretchable“, “tissue-engineering“, “similarities to biological tissues“, and the hydrogel material is being used for 3D printing because “the method is particularly suitable for printing cells with embedded blood vessel networks“.

We would have to be extremely gullible if we were to believe that these technocrats suddenly found out all of this technology in the last few years without first spending many years and time/money/effort into the research and experimentation of this on living beings – including, of course, humans.

And for those who are inclined to refuse to believe that an agenda this huge would ever be possible, the notion of huge funds being dished out to certain institutions – including the medical/healthcare/psychological field, to prescribe certain medications for the purpose of “healing”/”curing” their patients, while simultaneously documenting the results of the patient’s reaction to said prescriptions, would not be too far-off the mark.

Regardless if infiltration has been happening in these fields or not, there are most likely a huge group of people who won’t even realize that this is an agenda, and therefore are participating in it without even realizing what they are doing. Keeping up with the perception that it is for “the better good”, while unknowingly serving the purpose of those with hidden goals.

Dr. James Giordano shared this information in his lecture “The Brain is the Battlefield of the Future”. A direct quote from this lecture:

“But what you also need to appreciate is that that DARPA program, like any program that is oriented towards engaging brain function to then alter those functions in certain ways, directional ways, can be harnessed for what’s called dual-useMedical purposes that are then depurposed in medicine and used for other agenda

– Dr. James Giordano – From DARPA Mind Weapon Tools, to Nanotechnology | Hacking Our Mind is the Ultimate Agenda

So whether these substances are parasites, synthetic-hydrogel tissue, or a different fibrous structure altogether, the point is that these are being found in human beings, and there is no clear answer as to why and how this occurs.

Researchers and doctors have been investigating these types of phenomena and formulating theories about what this is all about.

Celeste Solum is a FEMA whistleblower and researcher who has been connecting the dots on these hydrogel technologies and the goals of the “global elitists”.

In an article she wrote in July 30, 2020, she uses a snippet from a professor at Hokkaido University which states, “Hydrogels are excellent candidates to mimic biological functions because they are soft and wet like human tissues,” says Gong. “We are excited to demonstrate how hydrogels can mimic some of the memory functions of brain tissue.”

Dr. Carrie Madej is an outspoken speaker about bringing awareness to the hydrogel material, and how it may be related to the COVID vaccine.

Dr. Andrew Kaufman has also been speaking about the hydrogel technologies and the attempts of connecting this material with our body.

In a quote that was stated over a year ago, he says“[Hydrogel is a] synthetic biopolymer compatible with our own tissue (that could) even develop its own blood supply as blood vessels can grow right into it.”

Maybe this is, indeed, what we are seeing in more and more vaccinated individuals and what many others are suffering in their day to day lives. And this also raises the question that if an anti-parasitic drug could release fibrous strands from the bowels like the one pictured above from curezone.org, and if the strands are hydrogel… then would anti-parasitic drugs be helpful in detoxing these foreign substances from our body? (and is this another reason why drugs like Ivermectin are so highly ridiculed and ostracized?…)

Now the issue is, if this is all true, how do we stop this assault on humanity and how can we rise up to hold those accountable for these atrocities from carrying out anymore criminal activity? These are organizations at the top with the audacity “authority” to dictate what goes into our bodies, without our full, informed consent.

Perhaps it’s time to stop listening to certain “authority” figures. And take a good, long look at what’s going on around us; keeping a close eye on the medical/health industries, as well as the “medication(s)/injections” that are being prescribed.

Fact checking is extremely important. I want to reiterate not to take everything at face value; no matter what you read, where you read it from, or who you hear it from. And to be clear, do not rely on “fact checking” websites to give you accurate information either. These are just as likely, (if not even more likely…), to feed false information and false debunking accounts to manipulate the reader. Please take everything into consideration before adhering to a certain narrative – and always keep your mind open to other possibilities.

expandingawarenessrelations.com/embalmers-are-finding-fibrous-worm-like-structures-in-some-of-the-vaccinated-individuals-veins-could-they-be-parasites-or-something-else-entirely

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