Self-Replicating Nanobots In Humans. What!?

Self-replicating nanobots, also known as gray goo, are a type of nanotechnology that can replicate themselves. According to some sources, these nanobots have been found in both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.

What are Self-Replicating Nanobots?
Self-replicating nanobots are tiny machines that can replicate themselves using raw materials found in their environment. They were originally described by mathematician John von Neumann and are sometimes referred to as von Neumann machines or clanking replicators.

Bill Gates’ Admission
Bill Gates, a prominent figure in the development of COVID vaccines, has admitted to the presence of self-assembling lipid nanoparticles in the vaccines. He stated that these nanoparticles can replicate themselves, which raises concerns about the potential risks and unintended consequences of this technology.

Concerns and Risks
The presence of self-replicating nanobots in vaccines raises several concerns, including the potential for uncontrolled growth and spread of these nanobots in the human body. This could lead to unknown health risks and potentially even harm the environment.

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