This is merely number eleven, actually, on the green party US's policy on Nanotechnology. But here in Ireland we are not even studying the health effects of technology - internet wifi or increased broadband or the behaviour of the technology companies themselves. We are calling it high speed rural broadband, we are calling it an improvement, an essential service, a part of our farming strategy - smart farms?! Even when there are many studies to suggest increased and untested wifi signals adversely affect pollinators and clusters of cancer patients happen to live around phone and internet masts.
Slightly differently and even worse is this clear recognition that we have consumed nano technology too. I knew that as a client of mine a long time had a husband who sold agrisprays here. They all contain data-collecting nano, to measure the effects on soil fertility over time. These micro technologies deliver information to us as well. For those who care to look, doctors have been able to remotely enhance and subdue psychiatry patients following such an implant. That was twenty years ago whereas now, of course, we swallow any amount of nanotechnology as so little of our food is not sprayed. One way or another, your strings are being pulled and we need to take back mastery of our own minds and bodies. I can help with a nano-detox when you want and show you how to stay clear.
Day One, Second Lockdown - Don't Believe A Word playing in the background as I prepare like Sarah Connor prepared to defeat the lawless merger of technology and biology; man and machine in Terminator Two