Jan's Blinking Morgellons Particulate





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Published on Apr 16, 2013

I found a metallic particulate on my chin and removed it with duct tape. The inner part of this particulate was a layered surprise. I made a video of what was a surprising and surreal result. This video was made with a microscope at 250-400x. The reason for the poor focus during this video was that when I saw this particle blinking I immediately wondered if it was from the microscope lighting. I was using a hand held microscope with 8 led lights in a circular formation. I moved the scope around to see if the lights were causing this effect. This particle is smaller than a grain of salt. The led lighting which was less than 1/2 inch from the particle remained constant. The microscope literally has a recessed lens and the microscope was resting on the tape which was attached to this particle. This light source was the only one present during the filming. I did all sorts of things like changing the focus and changing the levels of magnification while filming this particle. I couldn't believe my eyes either. If I had sought to create this blinking effect and make a bogus video it would have been a lot better. At the end of the video the particle stopped blinking and looked gray. I was stunned by the whole experience and spent most of the time while filming looking for an outside source of the blinking. There wasn't one. The entire episode literally creeped me out. The only explanation I could muster was that this particle is a device powered by piezoelectricity as found in human tissue.

Piezoelectricity (pron.: /piˌeɪzoʊˌilɛkˈtrɪsɪti/) is the electric charge that accumulates in certain solid materials (notably crystals, certain ceramics, and biological matter such as bone, DNA and various proteins)[1] in response to applied mechanical stress. The word piezoelectricity means electricity resulting from pressure.
Nanotech breakthrough: engineers develop piezoelectric graphene

Could further application research in electronics, photonics, energy harvesting, more
Stanford researchers have successfully engineered piezoelectrics into graphene, marking the first time such a high level of physical control has been extended to the nanoscale.

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