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PostSubject: Cyborg bacteria outperform plants photosynthesis   Tue Aug 22, 2017 9:03 pm

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"Rather than rely on inefficient chlorophyll to harvest sunlight, I've taught bacteria how to grow and cover their bodies with tiny semiconductor nanocrystals," says Kelsey K. Sakimoto, Ph.D., who carried out the research in the lab of Peidong Yang, Ph.D. "These nanocrystals are much more efficient than chlorophyll and can be grown at a fraction of the cost of manufactured solar panels"

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When Sakimoto fed cadmium and the amino acid cysteine, which contains a sulfur atom, to the bacteria, they synthesized cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanoparticles, which function as solar panels on their surfaces. The hybrid organism, M. thermoacetica-CdS, produces acetic acid from CO2, water and light. "Once covered with these tiny solar panels, the bacteria can synthesize food, fuels and plastics, all using solar energy," Sakimoto says. "These bacteria outperform natural photosynthesis."

The bacteria operate at an efficiency of more than 80 percent, and the process is self-replicating and self-regenerating, making this a zero-waste technology. "Synthetic biology and the ability to expand the product scope of CO2 reduction will be crucial to poising this technology as a replacement, or one of many replacements, for the petrochemical industry," Sakimoto says.


I googled 'cadmium sulfide chemtrail'.  Exclamation

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Operation LAC (Large Area Coverage) was a U.S. Army Chemical Corps operation which dispersed microscopic zinc cadmium sulfide (ZnCdS) particles over much of the United States. The purpose was to determine the dispersion and geographic range of biological or chemical agents.


Creepy, very creepy!  pale What would happen if a human ingested these bacteria...

Transhumanism in your face! What a Face

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PostSubject: Re: Cyborg bacteria outperform plants photosynthesis   Thu Aug 24, 2017 8:50 am

It is amazing what chemistry can do but anything to do with bacteria
always concerns me about superbugs taking over the world.
My imagination is a scary place to be.

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PostSubject: Re: Cyborg bacteria outperform plants photosynthesis   Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:13 pm

muckyman wrote:
It is amazing what chemistry can do but anything to do with bacteria
always concerns me about superbugs taking over the world.
My imagination is a scary place to be.

Forget about the bacteria. I realised they're not even necessary. Just cover a human with these cadmium sulfide (CdS) nanoparticles, turn them into a big battery that will deliver enough energy to power a chip implant indefenitly. Neutral

Not sure if I understand it correctly, but maybe with help of this technology in the future humans don't need to eat anymore. Surprised

That is if humans don't end up as a foodsource for these omnivorous cyborg bacteria. Twisted Evil
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