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Smart Dust: HP & Shell to deploy Central Nervous System for Earth (CeNSE) via 1T Micro-Sensors + DARPA and Honeywell
11-30-2011, 05:44 PM,
RE: Smart Dust: HP & Shell to deploy Central Nervous System for Earth (CeNSE) via 1T Micro-Sensors + DARPA and Honeywell
This is where Smart Dust was in 2001 according to this UC Berkeley email. We can only imagine where DARPA was on this project and how far this technology has come in the past 10+ years.

Quote:From pister Mon Jul 23 11:28:18 2001

Neal -
let me give you a status update on what we're doing on the Smart
Dust project. That will give you some idea of how close we are to
what you're looking for.

We are still hoping to have a semi-functional wireless sensor node
in a few cubic millimeters by August 29. The current approach uses
two chips, one MEMS, one vanilla CMOS.
The CMOS chip contains:
* an 8 bit, 10k sample/sec ADC
* a DC light level sensor
* a 1 Mbps asynchronous optical receiver
* a trimable 8 MHz oscillator
* a digital controller (simple finite state machine)

The MEMS chip contains:
* a multi-output power supply to run the CMOS chip (separate 1V supplies
for the analog and digital portions, and a 2.5V supply for the
optical receiver).
* a corner-cube retroreflector for transmitting low-bit-rate optical
* a single-axis accelerometer with its own power supply.

The MEMS chip is still in fab, but all of the components have been
built and tested separately, so other than the usual list of a few
hundred known and unknown problems that can kill the run, we should
have working parts in late august.

The CMOS chip has been fabbed (in a quarter micron CMOS process from
National Semiconductor). The ADC works, burning about 2uW of power.
The light sensor works, zero power (it generates power actually).
The 8 MHz oscillator works, burning about 1uW of power.
The digital controller hasn't been tested yet.
The optical receiver, which worked on the last run, doesn't seem to be
working on this one. It is detecting packets, but it's also looking
at noise and thinking that it's packets, and if we use too much
energy in the communication laser (more than about 100nW incident) it
shuts down entirely. Since the controller mostly ignores the incoming'
packets anyway, we may still be able to show that we can sense and
transmit from the system. The total volume will be around 4 cubic
millimeters (displaced volume, not convex hull), and the total mass
will be around 10 milligrams. Those numbers assume that we don't do
any thinning of the substrate. All of the action is in the top 50
microns or so of the two chips, and the substrates that they are on
are around 550 microns thick, so in principle we could reduce the volume
to well under 1mm^3 by just grinding the substrate down. In practice
that may be difficult, I don't know yet. In future runs the substrate
will be selectively removed as a part of the process.

The accelerometer output goes directly into the ADC in this design,
without any voltage amplification. As a result, the range is fixed by
the mechanical design. We should be able to resolve something like
0.1 to 0.5 gravities on a full scale that is roughly 100 times that.


The Berkeley project shut down in 2001

UC Berkeley has since passed the Smart Dust project on to corporate interests who are not required to disclose the specs and development timeline since it is proprietary. I suppose that tax funded research and development department has its drawbacks.

Among them are:

Dust Networks

A subsidiary of a Global Corporation The ARC Advisory Group has it's (main) headquarters in the US but the CEO (Kumarakulasingam Suriyakumar) is based out of Sri Lanka

Nothing to do with tracking people (that comes later) with tiny sensors but they track materials, information and equipment with IT and document management for construction, energy and infrastructure.

Nice of us to build their infrastructure for them..

Quote:The original vision of “15.4” was to serve as a wireless network for low-power, low-data-rate sensors that could operate using only a small battery. Another aspect of the vision was that these devices would be too lightweight to support the TCP/IP protocols that define the Internet.

Since those early days, both these aspects of the original vision have changed. Many applications using 15.4 now have access to abundant electric power (e.g., [b]smart metering).[/b] Furthermore, it is now possible to use the Internet Protocol suite (IPV6) directly on 15.4 networks.

However, in applications where power is limited, battery life remains a ma-jor issue. To help address this, the 15.4 wireless standard now incorporates a technology called TSMP (Time Synchronized Mesh Protocol). TSMP enables devices to conserve battery power by synchronizing the wake/sleep cycles, so that the devices are only “awake” and consuming power when there is active communication.

There was never an issue that we would run out of IP addresses for websites alone. IPV6 was set up, to work with this technology, it could not exist without it and a wireless internet grid for the purpose of what is now dubbed the Real World Web. Wi-fi was the bribe and despite the health risks and the increased reach of technocratic tyranny we (at least collectively) fell for it conhook line and sinker.

Quote:Wireless sensors currently monitor farms, factories, data centers and bridges to promote efficiency and understanding of how these systems work, researchers said in interviews.


The power of these networks is that they eventually can be connected, said David Culler, a computer science professor at UC Berkeley.

Culler says the development of these wireless sensor networks is analogous to the creation of the World Wide Web. What's being created with the smart dust idea is a "Real World Web," he said.

More on current implementations of the Real World Web are available here in this document summarizing RFID communication technolgy.

Quote:EU RFID Briefing (64 Pages)

The UK leads Europe in the use of RFID
In this briefing understand how RFID is transforming business today in...
· Airports and aviation
· Anti-counterfeiting
· Asset utilisation
· Chemicals
· Event ticketing
· Financial services
· Food traceability
· Manufacturing
· Retail
· Supply chains
· Transport and logistics

In addition to offloading processing power via tax funded wireless systems there is the tax funded smart grid to monitor power consumption and increase efficiency.

So here's your definitive answer to parasitic power h3rm35

Quote:Dust Networks :: Wireless Sensor Network Solution for ZigBee

Designed for ultra low power operation, the ZigBee Low Power System-on-Chip (LPZ600) is based on breakthrough Eterna™ technology, which goes well beyond typical ZigBee products to enable up to 8x lower power consumption than competitive solutions in busy mesh networks. The LPZ600 enables battery-powered applications previously thought impossible.

Battery-Free Energy Harvesting

Eterna also enables battery-free energy harvesting, where the power for the device is literally gleaned from the small bit of energy created from a button push, ambient vibration, or a hand squeeze. With competing technologies, energy harvesting is either impractical or requires undesirable feature and cost tradeoffs. By comparison, Eterna based ZigBee SoCs enable bi-directional communication so you can support commissioning, which eases installation; security, to protect your wireless data; and channel agility, to improve the reliability of your network.

Wireless Sensor Network Solution for ZigBee

The LPZ600 SoC is sampling now and will be in volume production in late 2011.

Technical Highlights:

* 72 pin 10 mm x 10 mm QFN package
* Rx Current: 3.5mA
* Tx Current: 3.6 mA
* Peripheral Interfaces: GPIO, Analog input, JTAG, SPI Flash Programming
* IEEE 802.15.4, 2.4 GHz (2400-2483.5 MHz), Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
PDF Listing for detailed specs on their mote on a chip sensor network:
.. and for the router nodes that relay the data to the main processor/database:

Intel is also interested in developing wireless power, end user monitoring and caps on usage would be the only way this technology would be the only way to keep billing centralized.Why would they release Tesla technology or a spin on it like this demonstration of wireless power by Eric Giler on

They want to use it in a big way.

Possible implementations could include Smart Dust, Mobile Nanotechnologgy, weapons, information gathering, energy harvesting, mind control or invasive surveillance devices everywhere.. could explain the barium released in the atmosphere as well, if that is true.

10 mm x 10 mm, smaller than the VHS tape that CNN, National Geographic and Smart Planet (IBM) had described, sure not quite dust but if the commercial entities are offering this publicly already it begs to question how far along DARPA or underground black hat corporations?

Looks like ARC is moving its business east to China (who has already implemented IPV6 only infrastructures) and India after getting a chunk of their cutting edge technology R&D done by the best and brightest America has to offer and subsidized by the US Taxpayer. Par for the course.

Quote:Power and infrastructure projects continue to generate business, particularly in China and India. Order books are still quite full, which may help insulate automation suppliers from any economic repercussions from the sovereign debt crisis in Europe and slow growth in the United States. Greenfield plant construction in Asia, along with continued infrastructure development, will be a source of new business for suppliers, as long as the economic troubles in Europe and North America do not spread.

Second up is MOOG Crossbow - The Smart Sensors Company.

They cover real time supply chain and mobile asset tracking, they have a medical device product line that might be getting some Obamacare business soon and military systems including UAVs and missile systems. Nothing tiny but they are using UCLA and USC Berkeley research in their commercial systems which they are selling to the highest bidder.

Quote:Founded in 1995, Moog Crossbow is a leading supplier of advanced inertial sensor technology to defense programs around the world. By leveraging the latest advances in MEMS and fiber optic sensor technology, our inertial solutions provide outstanding performance and value. Moog Crossbow’s product lines include GPS-aided inertial measurements units (IMU), altitude heading reference systems (AHRS), vertical gyroscopes, and inclinometer/tilt sensors. The products are fielded on multiple mission critical manned and unmanned airborne, marine and ground platforms such as the Hunter RQ-5A Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, ITAS and LRAS targeting systems.

Before I get to the final corporation that got (first) slice of the Berkeley PPP research project it should be mentioned that there are (or were) legal hurdles for the implementation of a program this invasive and of this all encompassing magnitude.

Legal ground work is being laid out as well with the FDA approves computer chip for humans but not necessarily necessary with the widespread use of cell phones. A line a personally have not and will not cross. Do you own a cell phone? Using wireless networks? The uptake of this technology has enabled fast tracking and funding of wireless infrastructure to deploy the smart network, smart money, CenSe and eventually once the smaller tech gets small enough -- Smart Dust.

More on the regional -> global Smart Grid component of the Smart Dust deployment strategy in depth here.

Quote:A Global Green Energy Revolution

In the 21st Century, billions of people will join the global economy.

Billions of others, already connected, will consume ever more energy.

To meet the challenges ahead, the global energy industry must undergo an efficiency revolution akin to those that transformed telecommunications and aviation.

The answer lies in deeper, more interconnected networks.

These expanded networks will allow new market entrants to innovate, consumers to exercise greater choice and carbon prices to differentiate quality.

The market can then do the rest. The economic growth and environmental remediation benefits will be huge.

A Global 'Network of Networks'

Deeper integration of global energy networks is needed for more frictionless substituion of future energy sources.

Roadblocks to creation and movement of energy must be removed just as roadblocks to the creation and movement of data have been eliminated through the Internet.

That's because petajoules and megawatt hours are just 'packets' of energy. Like 'packets' of data, they are fungible, uniform units optimized for delivery through a standardized global infrastructure.

In the data revolution, fiber optics cables were the key enabler. In the energy revolution, High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) power lines and natural gas pipelines are the enablers.

Serendipitously, these can follow the same cross-border pathways already traversed by fiber optics cables. This is sensible. All HVDC cables come with fiber optic cables embedded.

The Internet has transformed a hidebound global telecommunications industry once dominated by national monopolies into a highly-innovative, highly-redundant series of reliable network businesses that -- among other things -- disseminate intellectual progress.

The internet revolution transformed business, culture and society. A second revolution is now needed in energy.

An energy internet infrastructure will essentially create the transfer pipes and lay the next layer of the foundation and entangle us in a global Real World Web to build systems, such as Smart Dust, on top of.

Here's an Asian pitch..

"The need for regional collective action in developing Asia-wide physical connectivity is becoming increasingly important, particularly in this time of global financial and economic crisis"
~"ASEAN Master Plan for Connectivity," 2010 (PDF Report - 91 Pages)

The ASEAN Master Plan for Connectivity works in cooperation with international organisations such as Asian Development Bank (ADB), Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and World Bank;

Here's the web they weave.

Quote:Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure.

Grenatec's 230-page study provides timelines (PDF - Executive Summary), topologies and an analysis of Asia's low-emission energy resources and how they could be developed through a Pan-Asian Energy Infrastructure.

Grenatec's report concludes a ‘bundled’ infrastructure of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) power lines, natural gas pipelines and fiber optic cables could feasibly stretch from China to Australia by 2050.

The report illustrates how such a system could grow organically by progressively-interconnecting energy and data transmission infrastructure already being built in Asia

Another angle to this is the potential for 2-way biological communication so there may be a more intimate relationship with human beings interfacing more directly with the Smart Grid / Real World Web by using the very same technology developed for CeNSE / Smart Dust.

There was also the Obamacare slip-in concerning medical devices and also a financing centralization, thus selective distribution for R&D etc, to advance the agenda.

Quote:16. The government will extract a fee of $2 billion annually from medical device makers. If you are a medical device maker what you will pay depends on your share of medical device sales in the U.S. So, if you sell 10% of the medical devices in the U.S., what you pay will be 10% multiplied by $2 billion, or $200,000,000. Think you, as a medical device maker, know how to better use that money, say for R&D? Tough. (Section 9009 (b)).

The reconciliation package turns that into a 2.9% excise tax for medical device makers. Think you, as a medical device maker, know how to better use that money, say for research and development? Tough. (Section 1405).

"Medical Devices" were also approved both by the FDA and the Obamacare bill and allowed to send passive data for medical purposes.

Analogous definition on medical devices in the Obamacare bill:

Quote:* Massage oils and handheld massagers will be regulated as "medical devices."
* Yoga props, pilates machines and weight machines will be regulated as "medical devices" and require FDA approval before being sold or used.
* Massage therapists who use hot rocks as part of their therapy will have the ROCKS regulated as medical devices! (It's true. The FDA will actually look at a pile of rocks and declare, "Those are medical devices!")

In Canada Bill C-36 (dubbed the CONsumer Product and Safety Act) has a similar legal precedent in requiring documentation and registration of all products that may present a "health risk" without proof as decided by any organization along with preemptive seizure of the product with no trial. Health risk also deems a potential impact to the environment subject to the same rules and regulations.

Which takes us to the definition of Spime..

Quote:Spime is a neologism for a currently theoretical object that can be tracked through space and time throughout the lifetime of the object. The name “spime” for this concept was coined by author Bruce Sterling. Sterling sees spimes as coming through the convergence of six emerging technologies, related to both the manufacturing process for consumer goods, and through identification and location technologies. *

These six facets of spimes are:

1. Small, inexpensive means of remotely and uniquely identifying objects over short ranges; for example radio-frequency identification.
2. A mechanism to precisely locate something on Earth, such as a global-positioning system.
3. A way to mine large amounts of data for things that match some given criteria, like internet search engines.
4. Tools to virtually construct nearly any kind of object; computer-aided design.
5. Ways to rapidly prototype virtual objects into real ones. Sophisticated, automated fabrication of a specification for an object, through “three-dimensional printers.”
6. “Cradle-to-cradle” life-spans for objects. Cheap, effective recycling.

With all six of these, one could track the entire existence of an object, from before it was made (its virtual representation), through its manufacture, its ownership history, its physical location, until its eventual obsolescence and breaking-down back into raw material to be used for new instantiations of objects. If recorded, the lifetime of the object can be archived, and searched for.

Spimes are not defined merely by these six technologies; it is, rather, that if these technologies converge within the manufacturing process (CAD and automated manufacturing are already in wide use in the manufacture of many things today; RFIDs are becoming more and more prevalent in consumer goods) then spimes could indeed arise....

The use of the term “object” may seem abstruse and overly generic. As an example by what is meant by “object” in the context of spimes, consider a pair of tennis shoes. A tennis shoe can be thought of as an object in the manufacturing cycle — it first exists as a digital specification for a shoe, then raw materials are gathered and formed into the shoe, an RFID may be embedded into the fabric, and then it is sold. Location and searching for this shoe may involve asking a computer search engine “where are my shoes?” To which the reply may be “your shoes are under your bed,” which would combine identification, location, and data mining (linking the shoes to your ownership of them).

"Spime" was probably first used in a large public forum by Sterling at SIGGRAPH Los Angeles, August 2004. The idea was further expanded upon in Shaping Things.

Basically Zeitgeist technocracy on steroids. More from IBM SmartPlanet here, right in line with the CeNSE network.

What's this?! USC Berkeley is still working on sensor grids and hardware and firmware applications for another round of R&D to be exported to multi-national corporations and sold back to us through forced purchase (medical, education, government systems, environment, military..).

Quote:Berkeley WEBS

The research vision of Berkeley WEBS (Wireless Embedded Systems) is focused on real-world wireless devices that communicate wirelessly to perform tasks such as sensing and actuation. Such systems often contain highly embedded and networked devices, often interact with people and their physical environment, and are highly constrained in resources such as computation and energy. These aspects raise significant systems research challenges, while at the same time presenting exciting opportunities to improve the technology of the future.

November, 2010. A number of WEBS members attended SenSys '10 in Zurich, and presented two papers + one BuildSys paper: "sMAP — a Simple Measurement and Actuation Profile for Physical Information" pdf, "Design and Evaluation of a Versatile and Efficient Receiver-Initiated Link Layer for Low-Power Wireless" pdf (best paper) and "HBCI: Human-Building-Computer Interaction," in the BuildSys workshop.

May, 2010 "Enabling Green Building Applications," a short paper describing the architectural underpinning of our building monitoring work has been accepted and will be presented at HotEMNets this summer.

The first public preview of blip-2.0 has been released; see the blip page for more details.


* sMAP: A lightweight application protocol based on HTTP/JSON
* blip: An IPv6 stack for TinyOS
* StreamFS: File system organizational principles for physical data streams and metadata
* ACme: Wireless AC Meter/Switch Real-time, fine-grained electricity metering
* Motescope Testbed a 500-node testbed with fine-grained energy accounting
* tinyos: An operating system for networked, deeply embedded devices
* LoCal: A Network Architecture for Localized Electrical Energy Reduction, Generation and Sharing
* Networking and MAC-layer Studies: Connectivity Measurements

Berkeley WEBS was a keynote at the 9th Annual ISPN Conference in Sweden in 2010.

Quote:IPSN 2010: The International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks

The International Conference on Information Processing in Sensor Networks (IPSN) will be co-located in Stockholm, Sweden, with the Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium (RTAS), the International Conference on Hybrid Systems (HSCC), the Cyber Physical Systems Conference (CPSC), and the Conference on Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES) as part of the Cyber-Physical Systems Week (CPSWEEK) April 12-16, 2010.

IPSN is a leading, single-track, annual forum on sensor network research.

IPSN brings together researchers from academia, industry, and government to present and discuss recent advances in both theoretical and experimental research. Its scope includes signal and image processing, information and coding theory, databases and information management, distributed algorithms, networks and protocols, wireless communications, machine learning, and embedded systems design. The conference features two interleaved tracks, the Information Processing (IP) track, and the Sensor Platforms, Tools and Design Methods (SPOTS) track.

Representatives chairing the conference included lots of US University Faculty and from industry it consisted of the good folks from Microsoft and BAE Systems. Peripheral companies involved or in attendance are not disclosed on the site.

The 9th Annual event in 2010 marked the first year the US University Conference was held outside of the US of A. IPSN 2012 will be held April 16-20 in nowhere else but Beijing, China.

Microsoft's biggest shareholder Bill Gates has some synergistic projects on the go that can benefit from its involvement. He's also for a global tax to fund 'green' projects such as Smart Grid and CeNSE and get them installed in third world countries.

Although the technology itself could prove useful if it were not so centrally directed as a tool for global control; but in the current circumstances this innovation can be too easily abused. Power corrupts.. and this kind of power delegated to a handful of individuals is about as absolute as power gets if it is allowed to develop in this phase of the game.

Intelligence needs to be balanced with wisdom.
There are no others, there is only us.
12-10-2011, 01:59 PM,
RE: Smart Dust: HP & Shell to deploy Central Nervous System for Earth (CeNSE) via 1T Micro-Sensors + DARPA and Honeywell
Intel is working on a wireless electric power transmission and this may be one way it can be exploited. The UN and other bodies are encouraging the increased reach and power of the wireless internet (to be combined with smart grid technology), even going so far as to make it a fundamental right.

Microwave/RF Power Harvesting is now a reality.

Wireless Microwave Broadband is being developed by WiMAX as a super high speed alternative to DSL and Cable networks and boasts superior speeds over wireless.

WiMax offers data-transfer rates of up to 75 Mbit/s. It is a low cost deployment and is proposed to serve as backhaul for existing networks to boost signals.

On May 7, 2008 in the United States, Sprint Nextel, Google, Intel, Comcast, Bright House, and Time Warner announced a pooling of an average of 120 MHz of spectrum and merged with Clearwire to market the service. The new company hopes to benefit from combined services offerings and network resources as a springboard past its competitors in DSL and Cable therefore providing a backbone and/or augmentation to Internet 2.0 or the Real World Web and providing a power source for nanatech devices such as Smart Dust to be able to run harvesting wireless microwave power as a source.

.. and here's how it is done.

Quote:A Franklin Array Antenna for Wireless Charging Applications
Shih-Hsiung Chang, Wen-Jiao Liao, Kuo-Wei Peng, and Chih-Yao Hsieh

[PDF Full Text (950 KB)]
PIERS Online Vol. 6 No. 4 2010 pp: 340-344


A Franklin array antenna is proposed in this work to be used for wireless charging applications. It is a fascinating idea to use radio waves as the power source for portable devices. However, due to the relative long wavelength, the power density of microwave radiation dilutes as it propagates. According to power budget analysis, at a distance of one meter, if transmitting and receiving antennas of moderate gains are used, only a few mW is available with a one watt transmitter. In order to enhance the available power level and increase the remote operation distance, larger antennas, which intercept more radiated power, can be employed. In this work, a rectenna made of a high gain Franklin array and RF-to-DC rectifier was developed. RF-to-DC power conversion efficiency was evaluated.


1. Landt, J., "The history of RFID," IEEE Potentials, Vol. 24, No. 4, 8-11, 2005.

2. Shameli, A., A. Safarian, A. Rofougaran, M. Rofougaran, and F. De Flaviis, "Power harvester design for passive UHF RFID tag using a voltage boosting technique," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techinques, Vol. 55, No. 6, 1089-1097, Jun. 2007.

3. Solbach, K., "Microstrip-Franklin antenna," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 30, No. 4, 773-775, Jul. 1982.

4. Metzler, T. and Microstrip series antennas, "Proceedings of Workshop on Printed Circuit Antennas," 20.1-20.16, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, Oct. 1979.

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Interesting that the background research is rooted in papers dedicated to RFID tagging further relating to an Internet of Things and/or a Smart Dust Network to be deployed as a neural network

Here's another research paper that is related to Microwave transmission.

Quote:Consideration on Artificial Neural Network Architecture in Application for Microwave Filter Tuning

Jerzy Julian Michalski, Tomasz Kacmajor, Jacek Gulgowski, and Mateusz Mazur

PIERS Online Vol. 7 No. 3 2011 pp: 271-275
[PDF Full Text (643 KB)]

This work focuses on the way in which the ANN should be designed considering the number of input layer neurons in the application for microwave filter tuning. Based on the Cauchy interpolation method we can decide, for a given filter topology, on the number of points at which we sample the reflection characteristic of the filter (obtained from the vector network analyzer). As a result, we can specify the number of ANN input neurons. Minimizing ANN topology, (the number of weights), results in better performance with regard to ANN learning time and ANN generalization errors. Experimental investigation performed on 6- and 11-cavity filters has verified correctness of the presented approach.


1. Cameron, R. J., "General coupling matrix synthesis methods for Chebyshev filtering functions," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 47, No. 4, 433-442, April, 1999.

2. Cegielski, T. and J. J. Michalski, "Heuristic methods for automated microwave filter tuning," Proceedings of XVII International Conference on Microwave, Radar and Wireless Communications, Vol. 3, 647-650, Poland, Wroclaw, May 19-21, 2008.

3. Michalski, J. J., "Artificial neural networks approach in microwave filter tuning," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 13, 173-188, 2010.

4. Michalski, J. J., "Artificial neural network algorithm for automated filter tuning with improved efficiency by usage of many golden filters," Proceedings of XVIII International Conference on Microwave, Radar and Wireless Communications, Vol. 3, 264-266, Lithuania, Vilnius, June 14-16, 2010.

5. Intelligent automatic filter tuning tool (IAFTT) is registered with "Priority certificate # 2516" (Hannover Cebit 2007), and patent pending "European Patent Application No. P382895 assigned by Polish National Patent Office" .

6. Vapnik, V. N. and A. Chervonenkis, "On the uniform convergence of relative frequencies of events to their probabilities," Theory of Probability Appl., Vol. 16, 264-280, 1971.

7. Lamperez, A. G., T. K. Sarkar, and M. Salazar-Palma, "Filter model generation from scattering parameters using the Cauchy method," 32th European Microwave Conference and Exhibition, Vol. 1, 413-416, 1989.

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If anyone can help in gathering the reference papers cited in these studies it would be much appreciated Wink
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12-22-2012, 08:51 PM,
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Quote:Smart Dust Technology By DARPA Engineers Create Tiny Micro Dust
Wireless Spy Sensors!
December 21, 2012 By K0ma-nder

“Smart Dust” is not the pearly white powder that makes Columbian drug lords rich. It’s more like the governments way of keeping tabs on the Columbian drug lords and anyone else they want to spy on.

If you think I have snorted too much blow and lost my mind. Think again!

The” Smart Dust” we are referring to is more like a mad mans wet dream. “Smart Dust” is an emerging technology made up from tiny sensors or “motes”. Eventually, these devices will be smart enough to talk with other sensors yet small enough to fit on the head of a pin. Each mote is a tiny computer with a power supply, one more sensors and communications systems (HSU,Kahn and Pister 1998.)

I don’t know about you but I bet the sheeple will think this technology is here to just keep us safe!


Just knowing that we have airplanes dumping shit in our skies that you can see literally fall to the ground and a constant buzzing in my ears. Questioning the fact if we don’t already have smart dust everywhere would be elementary at this point.

Here is a video with information about :”Smart Dust”

Now for all the people who think this can’t be real, here are a few guys to break shit down for you!

Here is a website from the scientists that are funded by DARPA describing “Smart Dust “


Smart dust requires mainly revolutionary advances in miniaturization, integration & energy management. Hence designers have used.MEMS technology to build small sensors, optical communication components, and power supplies. Micro-electro mechanical systems consists of extremely tiny mechanical elements, often integrated together with electronic circuitory. They are measured in micrometers that are millions of a meter. They are made in a similar fashion as computer chips.The advantage of this manufacturing process is not simply that small structures can be achieved but also that thousands or even millions of system elements can be fabricated simultaneously. This allows systems to be both highly complex and extremely low-cost.

Read the Seminar Reports entire article on Smart Dust at


Now that you are educated on this tiny little spy here is what CNN has to say about “Smart Dust”

Article by CNN

In the 1990s, a researcher named Kris Pister dreamed up a wild future in which people would sprinkle the Earth with countless tiny sensors, no larger than grains of rice.

These “smart dust” particles, as he called them, would monitor everything, acting like electronic nerve endings for the planet. Fitted with computing power, sensing equipment, wireless radios and long battery life, the smart dust would make observations and relay mountains of real-time data about people, cities and the natural environment.

Now, a version of Pister’s smart dust fantasy is starting to become reality.

“It’s exciting. It’s been a long time coming,” said Pister, a computing professor at the University of California, Berkeley.

“I coined the phrase 14 years ago. So smart dust has taken a while, but it’s finally here.”

Maybe not exactly how he envisioned it. But there has been progress.

The latest news comes from the computer and printing company Hewlett-Packard, which recently announced it’s working on a project it calls the “Central Nervous System for the Earth.” In coming years, the company plans to deploy a trillion sensors all over the planet.

The wireless devices would check to see if ecosystems are healthy, detect earthquakes more rapidly, predict traffic patterns and monitor energy use. The idea is that accidents could be prevented and energy could be saved if people knew more about the world in real time, instead of when workers check on these issues only occasionally.

HP will take its first step toward this goal in about two years, said Pete Hartwell, a senior researcher at HP Labs in Palo Alto. The company has made plans with Royal Dutch Shell to install 1 million matchbook-size monitors to aid in oil exploration by measuring rock vibrations and movement, he said. Those sensors, which already have been developed, will cover a 6-square-mile area.

That will be the largest smart dust deployment to date, he said.

“We just think now, the technology has reached a point where it makes basic sense for us … to get this out of the lab and into reality,” Hartwell said.

Smart dust (minus the ‘dust’)

Despite the recent excitement, there’s still much confusion in the computing industry about what exactly smart dust is.

Read article

So now that you are aware of this crazy technology, grab a tin foil hat and some lube because the matrix is going to be a sticky place.

There are no others, there is only us.
05-04-2013, 05:50 PM,
Information  RE: Smart Dust: Central Nervous System for Earth (CeNSE) via 1T Micro-Sensors




Nanotechnology represents the cornerstone of 21st Century advanced scientific research, but once again indicates a hubris & fundamental disregard for nature; and a gross miscalculation of nature’s retaliatory instinct. Natural immunity will have no place in this so called “brave new world”. The Trans-humanist Elites financing this dark revolution believe they will one day merge with the machine, in the wake of humanity’s orchestrated demise…a fate they have crafted for generations from behind closed doors, with nothing but malice in their withered hearts. Love & life will ultimately endure, and our hopes for a bright future will never be blown asunder by these misguided control freaks…and in the end Nature will once again prevail.

‘One concern about nanotechnology’s unintended consequences raises the question of the uncontrolled development of self-replicating nanoscale machines. A number of very serious technical challenges would have to be overcome before it would be possible to create nanoscale machines that could reproduce themselves in the natural environment. Some of these challenges appear to be insurmountable with respect to chemistry and physical principles, and it may be technically impossible to create self-reproducing mechanical nanoscale robots of the sort that some visionaries have imagined.’ National Science Foundation: Societal Implications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Massive Article/Report/Essay:

VRM: Morgellons Syndrome & Chemtrails

PDF (48 Pages):
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06-07-2013, 03:36 PM,
RE: Smart Dust: Central Nervous System for Earth (CeNSE) via 1T Micro-Sensors
Enter the military, Google for another piece of the puzzle for total surveillance in the internet of things.

Quote:David Petraeus At Bilderberg to Craft “Big Data” Spy Grid
Former CIA director helping to bolster same surveillance system that brought him down
Paul Joseph Watson
June 7, 2013

Former CIA Director David Petraeus is in attendance at the 2013 Bilderberg Group conference to help construct the “big data” spy grid, which is set to become the new frontier of clandestine statecraft as Internet connectivity becomes ubiquitous.

Bilderberg’s official agenda for 2013 lists one of the areas of discussion as, “How big data is changing almost everything,” a reference to how the “Internet of things” along with the ubiquitous growth of social media is transforming the world of surveillance and the ability to foresee and manipulate future events.

At almost the exact same time, a Homeland Security subcommittee in the United States will also be discussing “big data” and its implications in the context of social media.

Bilderberg’s effort to push the “big data” agenda ties in with the secretive organization’s close relationship with Google, which as we documentedis now merging with and taking over from Bilderberg in many aspects.

The discussion about “big data” is also likely to cover how social media can be used to launch more faux revolutions and social movements as it was in Egypt, which was aided in no small part by Google.

As we have documented, the Internet of things is the process of manufacturing every new product with a system that broadcasts wirelessly via the world wide web, allowing industry and the government to spy ubiquitously on every aspect of your existence.

Petraeus has previously hailed the “Internet of things” as a transformational boon for “clandestine tradecraft”. In other words, it will soon be easier than ever before to keep tabs on the population since everything they use will be connected to the web, with total disregard for privacy considerations. The spooks won’t have to plant a bug in your home or your vehicle, you will be doing it for them.

It’s ironic that Petraeus is helping bolster the very same surveillance system that brought him down last year when details emerged of his extra-marital affair.

Links FTA:

Bilderberg Meetings Agenda and Participants

Homeland Security, Bilderberg to discuss 'big data' with Google

CIA Chief: We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher

[b]Google-Berg: Global Elite Transforms Itself For Technocratic Revolution
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10-13-2013, 02:31 PM,
RE: Smart Dust
RFID can also be smart dust. Combine this with nano-infrstructure with wireless and we're puppets less or more..

Quote:Breathing Smart Dust from Chemtrails Sprayed Daily in our Sky

Published on 11 Oct 2013

This is Insane and Posted on the NASA Website
Take a deep breath. Even if the air looks clear, it's nearly certain that you'll inhale tens of millions of solid particles and liquid droplets. These ubiquitous specks of matter are known as aerosols, and they can be found in the air over oceans, deserts, mountains, forests, ice, and every ecosystem in between. They drift in Earth's atmosphere from the stratosphere to the surface and range in size from a few nanometers—less than the width of the smallest viruses—to several several tens of micrometers—about the diameter of human hair. Despite their small size, they have major impacts on our climate and our health. (dead Link now)

Portrait of Global Aerosols (404 Page removed now)

The U.S Military Will Use Weather as a Weapon on AMERICAN Citizens
Weather Modification,Incorporated Website Clients & Projects
Weather Modification, Inc. • 3802 20th Street North, Fargo, ND 58102 • phone: 1-701-235-5500 • fax: 1-701-235-9717
Weather Modification, Inc
Cloud Seeding
Clients and Projects

Extensive List of Patents

NASA Aeresol

future strategic issues/ future warfare [circa 2025] (PDF)



Where is comet Ison now? (PDF)
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