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Experts Herald Nanotech Revolution

"Nanorobots small enough to easily navigate the human circulatory system are at hand." This was the message delivered in New York City on May 19th at an international nanotechnology conference chaired by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA).

Ray Kurzweil, considered a genius and inventor of optical character reader software and other digital technology, addressed an audience of investors, scientists, and engineers.

"The rising science of nanotech is revolutionary. It will affect almost everything," said Kurzweil, "including the way humans think and act."

Nanorobots, Kurzweil revealed, will be programmed to understand the human brain. "The robots," he explained, "would enter the brain and replace the real world's sensory signals with complete virtual reality."

Shocking, isn't it? Here, at this premier conference of world experts in the fields of biology, robotics, computers and artificial intelligence, it is admitted that nanotechnology is remarkably designed to replace the "real world" of a human's brain with an artificial, contrived, man-created thought system! As Kurzweil puts it: "complete virtual reality."

In other words, the goal is to snuff out a person's reality and make that person a computer programmed clone.

In his remarks, Speaker Gingrich touted investment opportunities in nanotech. Gingrich noted that, "The Bush Administration's 2003 budget seeks more than $700 million for the National Nanotechnology Initiative."

The United States, Gingrich said, must stay at the forefront of this new technology if our nation is to maintain its world status and leadership.

News coverage of the nanotech conference in New York City was reported by Scott Burnell of United Press International (UPI) in "Science News" feature, May 20, 2002. Mr. Burnell's news report was headlined "Nanotech's Development Called Inevitable."

Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and Time magazine's 1995 Man of the Year, lent his clout and influence as Honorary Chairman of New York's recent nanotechnology conference. Gingrich, also an attendee at the annual Bohemian Grove conclave in California, is a heavy promotor of an Illuminati-led New World Order (see Texe Marrs' groundbreaking book, Circle of Intrigue for documentation.)

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