REPORTS THAT THE BASAL GANGLIA AREA OF THE BRAIN
REMAINS OPERABLE DURING FIRST STAGES OF BRAIN
DETERIORATION --- RESULTING IN INDIVIDUALS ACTING
LIKE REPTILES, COLD FEELINGS, AGGRESSIVE, ANIMAL LIKE.
THE 666 PATENT LUCIFER / LUCIFERASE JAB ALSO SEPERATES
A PERSON FROM GOD, AND ULTIMATELY ETERNAL SALVATION.
THE HOLY SCRIPTURES ARE VERY CLEAR REGARDING THOSE
WHO RECEIVE THE MARK OF THE BEAST. TOTAL SEPERATION
FROM GOD. GOD DOESN'T WANT YOU !
THE WHOLE D.N.A. STRUCTURE AND BLOOD HAVE BEEN
CHANGED. GOD DOESN'T WANT YOU !
NO WONDER THAT THOSE WHO HAVE
RECEIVED COVID-19 JABS ARE ACTING DEMONIC,
REPTILIAN -- THE EXACT TYPE OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR
THAT ARE LIKENED TO JAPANESE PEOPLE:
COLD, REPTILIAN. BY THE WAY, THE JAPANESE
PROUDLY CLAIM TO HAVE ORIGINATED FROM SPIDERS,
JUST AS SA'MOANS CLAIM TO HAVE ORIGINATED FROM
IT'S QUITE OBVIOUS THAT SOME OF THE ISLANDS OF
THE PACIFIC OCEAN, HAVE A PROBLEMATIC
RACIAL D.N.A. INSECT PROBLEM.
LET IT BE KNOWN: THE MAAORI DIDN'T ORIGINATE
FROM NO CREEPY INSECTS !
'LAUGHING SAMOANS' --- GO LAUGH THAT OFF --- WORMS.
HAWAII / VAXX — (D) DECOITE — [video] BLACK LIGHT HORROR SHOW
THE WHOLE SINISTER EVIL WICKED PLOT IS:
First published on 9th October 2010
Jellyfish gel and its hybrid hydrogels with high mechanical strength†
Xuezhen Wang a, Huiliang Wang *a and Hugh R. Brown b
aCollege of Chemistry, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, 100875, P.R.
China. E-mail: email@example.com; Fax: +86 10 58802075; Tel: +86 10 58808081 bARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science, Engineering Faculty, University of Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Received 6th July 2010 , Accepted 23rd August 2010
We fabricate a new type of hybrid hydrogel by introducing a synthetic
hydrogel into a biological hydrogel which is directly obtained from an
animal body. The biological hydrogel has a well-developed structure
and relatively high mechanical strength, the synthetic hydrogel formed
in the biological hydrogel might have a microstructure different to normal hydrogels. We anticipate that the combination of the two may offer a substantial increase in mechanical strength of the hybrid hydrogel.
In this work, we studied the microstructure and the mechanical properties
of a biological gel—the mesogloea of an edible jellyfish Rhopilema e
sculenta Kishinouye (hereafter referred to as JF gel)—and fabricated the hybrid hydrogels of the JF gel and synthetic gel using a radiation-induced polymerization and crosslinking method.