Sunday, July 20, 2014

Bifzabka Nano-Punge™ Protocol (BNPx 0.5)

Breakthrough! Developers at Orville’s Nanotechnology Division labs have salvaged failed efforts at experimental neurohacking from a biochemical approach (Punge Procedural 41-2) to reapply via a nanotechnological standpoint. Success is on the horizon.

 The Bifzabka Nano-Punge™ Protocol (BNPx 0.5) is using a hipster demographic in its prototype test phase. It involves initiated active nanodevices that act as molecular assemblers utilising passive nanostructures to construct pro-pungeon nanobots to invade the host and deploy themselves to find the “bully chromosome” (as per PP41-2 directive) — the very molecule that makes individuals susceptible to bullying. Once the nanobot finds the particular cell or molecule, it does two things: 1) It begins to “punch” it repetitively via Molecular Sucker-Punch™ 2.0 (MSP2) and 2) builds another nanobot/assembler. The second does the same...

 The frequency of the pummeling can be synchronized across thousands of nanobots within the host. This can be orchestrated to setup a harmonic imbalance to counteract case subjects’ physical activities, such as (but not limited to) foodie talk, grooming beards and collecting mid-century furniture.
 Synchronized MSP2 actions can coincide with heart rate (1x, 2x or 10x) per heartbeat or in random time sequences such as MSP-C (C = chaos), as well as syncing to neural oscillations of brain waves (alpha through theta).

 In theory, events can be triggered remotely, or nanobots can wait for a particular event before activating the chosen candidate.
 Test results will be forthcoming.