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  • Writer's pictureYuresh Shanika


After lengthy research on the virus and its various strains and origins, and taking a hard look at incidents such as the arrest of Harvard Nano-scientist, Dr. Charles Lieber, who was arrested for colluding with the Chinese, I’ve come to a few conclusions:

Conclusion #1:

Conclusive evidence proving that Coronavirus Covid-19 was developed and deployed as a bio-weapon, with an intent bring grievous harm to the public, is about to make it into mainstream.

Yes, this is a big one, and we’ll share how we got there in the next article!

Conclusion #2:

When the bio-weapon proof becomes public, those responsible will need someone to take the fall.

Leading to Conclusion #3:

The likely candidate appears to be once-esteemed Harvard Researcher, Dr. Charles Lieber, recipient of multiple awards and millions of dollars in grant funding and who, before his arrest, was on the fast track to a Nobel Prize. The arrest, which occurred in January, was for accepting salaried employment from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and lying about it.

If this theory is correct, Professor Lieber may be in bigger trouble than he anticipated.

The details of Lieber’s research and arrest follow:

“The word ‘coincidence’ does not describe luck or mistakes.

It describes that which fits together perfectly.”

— Wayne Dyer

1. Biography

Dr. Lieber is the ‘Mark Hyman’ Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology with a joint appointment in the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Sciences. His pioneering work has focused on the synthesis of nanoscale materials and their characterization, the development of methods for the hierarchical assembly of nanoscale wires, and the application of these materials to opto-electronics, computing, energy science, and bio-electronic devices. A large audience drawn from across the JHU campus, including members of the local ACS Section, was privileged to hear his lecture, entitled “Nanoelectronic Tools for Brain Science.”

2. More Than a Few Few Blue Ribbons to His Credit

His work has been recognized by a number of awards, including the 2017 NIH Director’s Pioneer Award; 2013 Willard Gibbs Medal; 2012 Wolf Prize in Chemistry; Fred Kavli Distinguished Lectureship in Nanoscience (2010); Inorganic Nanoscience Award of the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry (2009); Einstein Award, Chinese Academy of Sciences (2008); NBIC Research Excellence Award, University of Pennsylvania (2007); Nanotech Briefs Nano 50 Award (2005); ACS Award in the Chemistry of Materials (2004); World Technology Award in Materials (2004 and 2003); Scientific American 50 Award in Nanotechnology and Molecular Electronics (2003); New York Intellectual Property Law Association Inventor of the Year (2003); APS McGroddy Prize for New Materials (2003); Harrison Howe Award, University of Rochester (2002); MRS Medal (2002); Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology (2001); NSF Creativity Award (1996); and ACS Award in Pure Chemistry (1992).

3. Areas of Concentration

Lieber has developed and applied a new chemically sensitive microscopy for probing organic and biological materials at nanometer to molecular scales.

Here’s a little something about Viruses as Building Blocks in Nanotechnology:

In work supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the NIH, among others, Dr. Charles Lieber has created neural probes that approximate the size, shape, and flexibility of real neurons. In studies on mice, this allows the probes to integrate into the brain and record the functions of adjacent neurons over 90 days without an immune response that damages and disrupts nearby tissue. Not only did the probes each pick up the signals from multiple distinct neurons but, unexpectedly, also the number of signals they were tracking increased over time, suggesting that additional neurons were connecting to the probes. Dr. Lieber is optimistic about future applications: “…frankly, this is the most exciting research I have been involved in. My lab members, collaborators and I all have a plethora of ideas for practical applications of this new ‘stealth’ technology. Ideas range from understanding brain development over time to targeting specific neurons involved in diseases like addiction, depression, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s to assess disease progression, while simultaneously accelerating recovery with electric stimulation in the damaged area.”

For the non-scientific among us, I think it’s safe to say that Lieber concentrated on nanotechnology with a biological application.

4. He was appointed to the esteemed Academy of Engineers after his arrest:

5. In 2012, he began work at the Wuhan Institute of Virology

In another article, we covered how WIV is a Level 4 National Biosafe Lab, the only one in China, and one of only a few worldwide.

6. Here are Lieber’s arrest details:

The criminal complaint against Lieber alleges that he lied to both the government and Harvard about his involvement in the Thousand Talents Plan. According to the complaint, Lieber was involved with the program from at least 2012 to 2017. His contract called for a salary as high as $50,000 a month, along with about $150,000 per year for living expenses and $1.5 million to establish a lab at the Wuhan University of Technology.

According to the complaint, Lieber set up the “WUT-Harvard Joint Nano Key Laboratory” without telling Harvard about it. The complaint says that when questioned by Harvard and investigators from the Department of Defense (which, together with the NIH, gave him nearly $18 million in grant monies), Lieber said that “he was never asked to participate in the Thousand Talents Program.” Lieber is currently out on a $1 million dollar bond.

7. Naturally, his arrest raised regulation questions:

8. Lieber’s research ties into Covid-19 with the use of 5G:

“Weaponized nanotechnology to deliver viruses and other weaponized pathogens via 5G (boil the water in the nanotube with 5G milliwave-lengths and it will release its toxic payload.”

9. Lieber’s Patents:

10. Conclusions:

Whether set up in advance or just a ‘happy coincidence’ for the Deep State, Lieber proves to be the perfect scapegoat, possessing just the right acumen and expertise to be labeled responsible for this whole bio-weapons fiasco when it arises.

His work may not prove the bio-weapon theory, but that is secondary. It is the man himself, with his unique set of abilities, expertise and his placement in Wuhan, the virus’ epicenter, that just might make him the Lee Harvey Oswald of the Coronavirus-Covid-19 Pandemic.

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