FROM THE DESK OF DR. HILDY™- Heavy Metals, Nano Particles and Nano Wires

FROM THE DESK OF DR. HILDY™
Heavy Metals, Nano Particles and Nano Wires

© June 4, 2012………..Series 2: Chemicals & Nano
by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger™, RIET-1

While reading the Pegasus, a magazine of the University of Central Florida’s Summer 2012 issue under a special section, “NANO: Will the Science of Small Ever Have Its Big Moment?” you will find that aluminum, generally considered a stable and soft metal, is combustible as a nanoparticle, and two years ago, researchers unveiled nano-engineered aluminum alloys that were stronger than steel.1The University of North Texas in their Lab Safety Training2 modules specifically addresses nanoparticulate safety by saying the following:

·Nanochemistry is a new discipline with structures that have unique properties.These are assemblies of atoms or molecules on a scale of the building blocks.They are ultrafine particles measuring in between 1-1000nanometers (nm).The use of nanoscale structures, devices and systems that may have utility for chemicals that require nanoscale applications.The advantage of the nano materials is that they provide so much more surface area than the same amount of larger-grained materials.They can create products which are much more durable, effective, wear-free and other possibilities yet to be discovered.

·Nanoparticles act like a gas and pass through skin and lung tissue to penetrate cell membranes.Once inside the cell, they might become toxic or disrupt normal cell chemistry.Threadlike nanotubes are structurally similar to asbestos fibers, which can cause lung problems when inhaled in large amounts over long periods.It is strongly recommended that nanoparticle stocks when dry should be handled inside an appropriate glove box.Workers should wear protective equipment, including safety goggles, lab coats, and gloves if handling or transporting materials outside of a glove box.Nanoparticle solutions may be handled on the lab bench once placed in solution.Workers should wear protective equipment, including safety goggles, lab coats and gloves.Transport of nano-materials should employ a secondary containment device.Limit access in areas where experiments are being carried out.Only trained personnel may be permitted to work in these areas.Nanoparticle waste must be contained and labeled for chemical content.

·Use the Risk Management Website (http://rms.unt.edu ) to “Request Haz Pickup.”Contact the HazMat Officer at 940-369-8084 with any questions about a pick up.Prohibit of eating and drinking in laboratories.Equipment used for handling of nanoparticles must be evaluated for safety concerns.Regular cleaning of bench tops, floors and other surfaces with bleach or other applicable disinfectant.Report any accident to your supervisor.

Yes, nano has come a long way to be recognized as a hazardous material called nanoparticles, while other forms of advanced nano materials may be in the form of claws, hooks, tubes, wires, or even wires dipped into other toxic substances like nanogold wires or particles coated with arsenic, which opens a whole new world as to its physical chemical characteristics in its new nano – 50 atoms or less size.

In the past, a substance was considered toxic only if we could observe obvious symptoms following exposures, but with the advent of better methods of examining events on cellular and even sub-cellular levels, we now recognize that subtle toxicities can disrupt cellular function without producing obvious clinical toxicity – a condition known as subclinical toxicity.It may take years for such toxicity to produce obvious signs and symptoms.As you know by now, the ultimate effect of a toxin will have on a particular individual depends on numerous variables, such as genetic susceptibility, the strength of the antioxidant system, age, associated toxicities such as alcohol abuse, smoking and exposure to other toxic chemicals, concomitant diseases, nutrition, and physical conditioning. Symptoms of exposure and then their related diseases may manifest rapidly. If the materials cover the cells membrane and cause it to lose cellular respiration, it initiates cellular dysfunction or eventually cellular death mechanisms.3, 4

The toxicity of metals and their fine metal particles or oxides have been shown to be highly toxic to the individual organ systems, cells and even the potentiating of toxicity when exposed to viral, bacterial or fungal/mycotoxin residues.The human body is a complex machine but sees everything in a food or survival mode.If something is not working properly, it will compensate and use another area to gain its needed resources of acetyl cholinesterase, allyesterase, antioxidants (Vitamins A, C, E and others), amino acids and many more.Yes, very complex, but when running properly, a beautiful tribute to your ancestors and the Creator of All Life.4

A list of some of the symptoms and/or diseases associated with exposure to metals in their natural or raw material state will be presented below.Additional papers that have been written on various topics such as the increased risk of cancer from the genetic mutations of electrophilic neutrophilic hydrocarbon compounds as co-authored with Scott Evans is attached to this document due to its importance of the information contained in it. “Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment of Electrophilic Hydrocarbon Mixtures in Subsurface Water.” This paper was presented at the very first workshop on the increased risk of cancer through genetic mutations through electrophilic neutrophilic hydrocarbon compounds and Mr. Evans and I were among the first presenters of this valuable information.Read it in its entirety and then go back and read the IEIA Criteria Document on Nano-Modified Food Starch and then you will realize what the “key compound” was in our research that manifested cancer at an accelerated rate through its toxicogenomic mutations.5

Many of the metals increase the risk of ovarian cancers and prostate cancers due to the simple fact that the absorption of the toxicant through the skin is set at a specific rate, while the absorption rate is 4 times more toxic than the skin for the scalp and 100 times more toxic than the skin for the reproductive tissues (scrotum or vaginal areas).It is important to note that a pregnant woman will breathe in seven times more air than a non-pregnant woman upon conception, thus the potential for seven times more pollutant exposure to mother and developing embryo/fetus.

Cadmium

      ·increases prostate cancer
       ·causes hypertension

·decreases testosterone production

·blocks calcium receptors

      ·decreases acetylcholine receptors

·increased dopamine

·impairs myelin formation

·increases free-radical production

·decreases reduced glutathione

·decreases superoxide dismutase.

·stains teeth yellow

Lead

·inhibits acetylcholine production

·lowers IQs in children

·is associated with neurodegenerative diseases

·increases free-radical production

·promotes lipid peroxidation

·stimulates excitotoxicity

·inhibits proper memory functions

·is associated with violent behavior

·increases anxiety

Aluminum

·increases release of free iron

·increases free-radical production

·increases lipid peroxidation

·increase pro-oxidant copper and a chromium effects

·impairs membrane function

·decreases total lipids, glycolipids, and phospholipids

·impairs enzyme function: enolase, myosin, calpain, proteinase K, phospholipase A2 and argenase

·increases brain glutamate absorption

·is neurotoxic when combined with fluoride

·activates microglia

·is associated with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease

·is active in formation of neurofibrillary tangles

·depletes brain lipids

Mercury

·inhibits enzyme function:Na+/K= ATPase, mitochondrial enzymes, glutathione reductase, glutathione synthease and superoxide dismutase

·binds to nucleic acids

·induces astrocyte swelling

      ·inhibits protein synthease

·inhibits neurotubules

·inhibits dopamine, serotonin, noropinephrine

·inhibits cytokine production

·inhibits glutamate transport proteins

·increases free-radical production

·encourages lipid peroxidation

·binds to cell membranes

Other compounds that react to the above metals to increase their toxicity or set the cellular mechanisms further down the road to systemic toxicological pathological mechanism are the following:

Fluoride

·causes dental fluorosis

·damages DNA repair enzymes

·increases risk for osteoporosis

·increases risk for cancer (bone, oral, bladder, lung)

·causes genetic damage

·causes skeletal fluorosis

·causes abnormal brain development

·causes hypothyroidism

·reduces fertility in males

Vaccines and Chemicals found in Vaccines

·activate microglia

·stimulate excitotoxicity

·causes leaky gut syndrome

·encourage release of neuroactive food components

·promote yeast nutrients

·precipitate abnormal brain-pathway development

·destroy dendritic connections

·deplete DHA

·nasal vaccines will have their effect upon the olfactory and limbic system

Nanoparticles, Nanowires, Nano Piezoelectricwires and Super-Paramagentic Nanoparticles

To review the terms that are described in this sections title a link will be to the paper on Smart Dust that I presented for the 1st War Council of the Natural Health Foundation in 2008.It was a major paper because it identified so many potential accumulative risks from exposure to advanced nano materials and their use in liquid crystals, mesogens, cellular delivery systems and many more areas. 6, 7The important thing to know about any raw material that is being created to form nano particles, wires, piezoelectric properties or even super-paramagentic nanoparticles is that the original raw material may be a hazardous material that has its own specific toxicological effects upon humans, animals, plants and the environment but when these same materials are “nanotized” they take on new chemical characteristics.All nano materials to this date have been designed to be the smart materials, materials that have specific function and design of use as a tool.These smart nano materials go one step further they aggregate together to form the tool or deliver the payload of a virus or toxin, while the cells in your body do not detect them.They also have their own magnetic charges or super-paramagnetic fields as iron oxide nanoparticles that are now used to treat and identify lung infections, like tuberculosis or other related diseases.8, 9, 10

Many tissue transplants, bone graft materials, synthetic skin, synthetic muscle and even cloned ears will have these materials in their design due to the material not allowing the body to reject the new tissue or organ, etc. etc. etc.Life in this world and workplace has changed dramatically, but many scientist, environmental health, environmental engineers, industrial hygienist, industrial toxicologist and physicians as well as other health care professionals are now awakening to the facts that nano materials do not act like normal everyday chemicals.They are a whole new entity upon themselves as Time will tell our eternal ancestors that there is no more time to wait, when all of mankind and life itself is at stake.

REFERENCES

1. PEGASUS. The Magazine of the University of Central Florida. “NANO: Will the Science of Small Ever Have Its Big Moment?” Orlando, FL © Summer 2012 pgs: 31-33

2. University of North Texas. Lab Safety Training – Nanoparticles Safety.
https://web3.unt.edu/riskman/index.2.php?section=onlinetraining&group=labsafety&modul

3. Key, Marcus M., Henschel, Austin F, Butler, Jack, Ligo, Robert N., Tabershaw, Irving R. Occupational Diseases: A Guide to Their Recognition, Revised Ed. June 1977. US Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Public Health Service, Center of Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. US Government Printing Office, Washington DC © 1977

4. Blaylock, Russell L. Health and Nutrition Secrets that Can Save Your Life, Revised Edition. Health Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico © 2006

5. Sacarello, Hildegarde and Scott J. Evans. Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment of Electrophilic Hydrocarbon Mixtures in Subsurface Water.” Symposium on Short-Term Genetic Bioassays in the Evaluation of Complex Environmental Mixtures. Sponsored byGenetic Toxicology Division Health Effects Research Laboratory, US Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina © March 27-29, 1984 http://www.1cellonelight.com/pdf/Genetic-Cancer-Risk-Assessment-of-Electrophilic-Hydrocarbon-Mixtures-In-Subsurface-Water-Supplies-Sacarello-Evans.pdf

6. Staninger, Hildegarde. IEIA Criteria Document: 01-1113-2009. Nano Modified Food Starch and the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils and Oil Blends. Committee for an Assessment of the Health and Safety of Nanotechnology, Division of Field and Applied Research. International Environmental Intelligence Agency, Founding Organization World Life Research Institute. IHS Press. Los Angeles, CA © 2009 https://www.1cellonelight.com/pdf/NanoModifiedFoodStarchpaper-NREP-2009.pdf

7. Staninger, Hildegarde. Arsenic, Nanorust, Nanobins and Breast Cancer.
 NREP Journal of Sustainability. National Registry of Environmental Professionals. Des Plaines, IL © October 2010 http://www.1cellonelight.com/pdf/Arsenic-Nanorust-Nanobins-And-Breast-Cancer-Staninger-2010.pdf

8. Staninger, Hildegarde. Hazardous Materials, Etherial Skin serum and Far InfraredTherapy.” Journal of the World Safety Organization, consultant for the United Nations Economic Development. New York, New York © February 2004 http://www.1cellonelight.com/pdf/Hazardous-Materials-Etherial-Skin-Serum-and-Far-Infrared-Therapy.pdf

9. Lee, CN, Wang, YM, Lai, WF. Chen, TJ, Yu, MC, Fang, CL, Yu, FL, TSAI, YH, Chang, WHS, Zuo, CS, and PF Renshaw. “Super-Paramagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Use in Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis Diagnosis.” Clinical Microbiology and Infection. Volume 18, Issue 6, pages E149-E157, June 2012

10. Staninger, Hildegarde. “Smart Dust: Defending the Land, Air, and Sea and Its Global Environmental Impact through Depopulation Wars.” Presented at the 2010 Health Freedom USA War Council! TM for Natural Solutions Foundation/Health Freedom USA Conference. Webinar January 2 & 3, 2010 http://www.1cellonelight.com/pdf/SMARTDUSTPaperWarCouncil2010.pdf
http://www.healthfreedomusa.org/?-=4327

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6/6/12 – ONE CELL ONE LIGHT RADIO with Dr. Hildy™: Heavy Metal Detox, Leonel Canepa and the IHS ‘LION” http://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2012/06/06/6612-dr-hildy-heavy-metal-detox-canepa-the-lion

International Environmental Intelligence Agency (IEIA): CRITERIA DOCUMENT 01-1113-2009: Nano Modified Food Starch, Nano Delivery System Vaccines, Polystyrene, Styrofoam® and the Therputic Use of Essential Oils and Oil Blends. National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP), Forefront Magazine/Journal, Des Plaines, IL Staninger, Hildegarde. © November 2009. https://www.1cellonelight.com/pdf/NanoModifiedFoodStarchpaper-NREP-2009.pdf

NANO CRYSTAL MODIFIED FOOD STARCH – Overview © March 10, 2012 From The Desk Of Dr. Hildy – Series 3: Poison’s My Game! What’s Yours? http://www.onecellonelight.com/pdf/NanoCrystalsandModifiedFoodStarches-FromTheDeskOfDrHildy-Overview.pdf

From The Desk Of Dr. Hildy Series – https://onecellonelight.wordpress.com and OneCellOneLight Radio with Dr. Hildyhttp://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com
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GLOBAL BRAIN CHIP AND MESOGENS: Nano Machines for Ultimate Control of False Memories Dr. Hildegarde Staninger™, RIET-1 Presented at the 3rd Annual War Council of the Natural Solutions Foundation on January 8, 2012, Derailing the Genocidal Agenda © January 8, 2012

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