Cyborgs R Us: The Bio-Nano Panopticon of Injected Bodies?


  • Valerie Kyrie Independent Scholar
  • Daniel Broudy Professor of Applied Linguistics, Okinawa Christian University



BioNano Age, Bluetooth connectivity, IoB, IoBNT, IoT, IoNT, MAC phenomenon, mRNA platforms, transhumanism


A survey and critical analysis of literatures in biotech, nanotech, and materials science can yield important insights on major threats facing humanity in a world divided largely by highly compartmentalized epistemic communities. Interdisciplinary research on the well-documented problems posed to human beings by the injectable mRNA platforms claiming to address COVID-19 medical complications reveal surprising, if not deeply troubling, new evidence of apparent fraud and deceit. Analysis presented here bolsters both the reported laboratory studies of blood samples from injected subjects and experimental work exploring the potential reasons for observed phenomena relating to electromagnetic properties exhibited in human bodies. The impetus for this cross-disciplinary study was current reports from a substantial proportion of injected subjects who emitted alphanumeric signals in the frequency range corresponding to Bluetooth communications networks. Discussion of these bizarre phenomena are framed by a wider historical context in nanotechnology as an emergent industry and by recent commentary emanating from noteworthy public figures concerning surveillance under the skin and the disappearance of civil and human rights.

Author Biographies

  • Valerie Kyrie, Independent Scholar

    With a PhD in Experimental Psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, Kyrie is working in the areas of political psychology, the psychology of atrocity, and psychological operations / perception management. Her doctorate in psychology focused on the topic of realty-perception and its manipulation. She wrote her undergraduate thesis in biological science. Her professional work and research deconstructs and describes the deceptions, tactics and machinations underpinning collective violence and atrocity. She has contributed to work in the areas of international human rights, media, advocacy and policy.

  • Daniel Broudy, Professor of Applied Linguistics, Okinawa Christian University

    With a doctorate in applied psycholinguistics from the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University, Daniel Broudy is a professor of rhetoric and applied linguistics at Okinawa Christian University. His work integrates research in cognitive linguistics, developmental and social psychology, semiotics, and communication theory as an effort to describe ways in which power centers organize campaigns of persuasion and engineer consent for policies and actions across cultures. His work appears with Palgrave, Macmillan, University of Westminster Press, Opole University Press, the University Press of Wrocław, Peter Lang, Media Theory, Frontiers in Communication, Ethical Space: The International Journal of Ethics, Peace News, Truthout, The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, Fast Capitalism, and System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics.


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Cyborgs R Us: The Bio-Nano Panopticon of Injected Bodies?. (2022). International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research , 2(2), 355-383.

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