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(IoBNT-based AI nanosystem)
photo credit: Tech Science Press 

​The aim of this website is to help in understanding what the Biodigital Convergence is, what Smart Cities are, how they connect with each other, and what we can do about it.

‘Disconnecting the Dots’, the title of this website, is emblematic of both the inner and outer layers of this topic. The ‘dots’ refer to graphene quantum dots, as an example of the Biodigital Convergence.  The ‘dots’ also refer to Smart City technologies.

Once it becomes clear how the dots connect, we can start ‘disconnecting the dots…’

Section 1: Connecting the inner dots
Section 2: Connecting the outer dots
Section 3: Disconnecting the dots

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Biodigital Convergence

Section 3

What You Can Do

The most effective way to take on the Biodigital Convergence is by dismantling Smart City infrastructure at the municipal and state levels. 

Connecting with your local leaders via email, phone calls and in person at city council meetings, etc. Educate them on this topic and pressure them to dismantle any SMART City infrastructure or SMART City initiatives. Organize locally and form groups. Meet together regularly in person. Approach leaders as a unified group or individually. Take things offline and do more in person!

As we have read in the information provided above, the Biodigital Convergence poses health risks and security risks, violates our right to privacy, and violates our bodily sovereignty. We did not ask for, nor do we approve of nanomachines embedding in our brains, bones or DNA. We do not want people unknown to us remotely controlling our genome, our behaviors, or our lives. We will not allow the building of an infrastructure that supports or promotes this.

Researcher Kate Mason shares valuable tips on how to research and address this at your local level. See the entire video from the clip above here:

“Smart Cities- a local focus”

 

Researcher Julianne Romanelllo’s work is essential for learning how to address this at a local level. Be sure to find links to all her research in the footer of this website. 

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Video credit: Julianne Romanello

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“If you know the language of the aggressors, you can begin to defend yourself. Learn to spot the jargon. They use the SAME WORDS for EVERY PROJECT.” 

-Julianne Romanello 

“Communitarianism”is a word which best fits how Smart City programs are being rolled out. Communitarianism gives the illusion that a community is deciding things, when it’s actually assigned people or groups speaking in place of the public voice.

"Steering the public - Communitarianism" interview (video)

“We are an unaffiliated group of local residents…We do not agree with arriving at a ‘Consensus’ through being steered into predetermined outcomes by trained facilitators either working for the council or public/private partnerships. We deem this to be against the public interest and an affront to democracy.”

-Mark Windows

More tools to Empower Your Community here

Get out there!

Organize!

Put pressure on your local leaders!

Speak up at City Council meetings!

Speak with your legislators!

Hand out flyers!

Inform people of what’s going on and what they can do!

Special thanks to the following researchers. Please follow them here:

Brian Mitchell

Pete Ramón

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