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Video Clip: Patient 17 – Examination of Suspected Alien Implant

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Video Clip: Patient 17 – Examination of Suspected Alien Implant

An exclusive clip provided to OpenMinds.tv of Jeremy Kenyon Corbell’s documentary Patient 17. In this clip, the results from the analysis of an object removed from a man who believes he has had an alien abduction experience is reviewed by an alleged military funded nano-physicist. The nano-physicist is referred to as Nano Man. Read More: Openminds.tv

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Jeremy Corbell Documentary on Alien Implants [Trailer]

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Jeremy Corbell Documentary on Alien Implants [Trailer]

A paranormal documentary filmmaker who explores people’s extraordinary beliefs, has tackled the often ridiculed topic of alien abduction, and the related phenomenon of alien implants. However, this documentary features an actual doctor, a credible alleged abductee and some science. All of which has convinced filmmaker Jeremy Corbell that alien implants deserve a serious examination. Of all of the fringe ideas in the UFO field, the idea that people are being snatched up by aliens and then returned without their knowledge is pretty hard for many to swallow. Added on top of that the claims some of these people have had...

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Company Is Implanting Chips in Employees' Hands

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In a move that seems straight out of a sci-fi novel, a Wisconsin tech company is offering to implant tiny smart chips into the hands of its employees. The rice-sized microchips will take care of menial tasks with the wave of a hand at the micro market company Three Square Market (32M) offices, like getting past security, logging into computers, and purchasing food from the cafeteria, reports USA Today.

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Swedish Tech Company Implants Microchips in Employees Bodies to Make Their Lives Easier

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Swedish Tech Company Implants Microchips in Employees Bodies to Make Their Lives Easier

Epicenter, a technology startup hub in Stockholm, Sweden, has been offering employees the chance to have a small microchip implanted in their hand, ever since 2015. So far, 150 of its 3,000-strong staff have taken bosses up on their offer, and they couldn’t be happier with their decision. Implantable microchips the size of a grain of rice have been around for a while now, but they are usually used as virtual identification plates for pets, or as tracking devices for deliveries. Up until a couple of years ago, when Epicenter started offering its employees the chance to have them implanted...

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Experimental Spinal Implant Improves Mobility and Grip 300% in Quadriplegics

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Experimental Spinal Implant Improves Mobility and Grip 300% in Quadriplegics

Twenty-eight year old quadriplegic Brian Gomez is one of the first patients to receive a new experimental treatment that restores movement by 300% in quadriplegics. This treatment uses a spinal simulator implant, developed by the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and funded by the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. The 32-electrode stimulator was implanted near the C-5 vertebrae in the middle of Gomez’s neck, below the site of his spinal injury. This area on the spinal cord is most commonly associated with quadriplegia, or the loss of movement and function of the limbs. “The spinal cord contains alternate...

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