Dr. Nick Delgado is a researcher of biochemistry and endocrinology, with a special focus on anti-aging medicine. In this clip, Dr. Delgado speaks to me about a disturbing new phenomenon that he’s been observing for about a year and a half.
When he examines patients, Dr. Delgado puts a drop of their blood beneath a microscope. After 40 years of studying blood morphology, he has never previously seen or heard of the 1-micron-sized* tiny “tadpoles”, which he’s been seeing lately, which school like fish in large groups around the blood cells, moving in unison and changing rapidly in direction. The people carrying these “tadpoles” all describe having a persistent cough.
These “tadpoles” somewhat resemble a class of microbe called flagella. A common example of a flagellate bacterium is the ulcer-causing Helicobacter pylori – however, these “tadpoles” behave differently from anything he’s ever seen.
Dr. Delgado isn’t sure whether these are a “super” bacteria or exactly what they are but he’s encountered cases in Northern- and Southern California, as well as in Florida. After I suggested that if they were not readily identifiable as microbes, that these might be some sort of bioweapon, he remarked that he was open to this possibility.
Earlier this week, a colleague of his had confirmed that he’d observed the exact same thing – so it truly appears that we may be looking at an emerging and pervasive phenomenon.
As Dr. Delgado described their movement to me, I was reminded of the way swarms of tiny drones called Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs) can maneuver, as they are radio controlled using “swarming” software, which keeps the movements of dozens of MAVs in perfect unison.
These “tadpoles” are of course much, much smaller than MAVs. The idea of nanorobots or “nanites” also popped into my mind. At 1 micron in size, these “tadpoles” are at the large end of the nanoscale, the size of a complex nanobot, per Robert Freitas, in his book, ‘Nanomedicine’.
As Dr. Delgado described the distribution of cases in California, it reminded me of Morgellon’s disease, a controversial condition described by officialdom (the crooked CDC) as “delusional parasitosis.” Morgellon’s is nonetheless addressed with sincerity by the Mayo Clinic and certainly by its sufferers, many of whom believe that there might be a connection between chemtrails and Morgellon’s.
Dr. Delgado will be showing images of these strange new blood “tadpoles” in his upcoming October 16th Immortality Webclass, a free webinar he’s conducting with fellow leading anti-aging experts, that’s all about revolutionizing the way participants think about and experience aging, with critical scientific insights into the findings of recent research and how to safely use biochemistry to improve all areas of human performance in advanced ages.
* (Not 4 microns, as discussed in the video interview).