Resumen del fenómeno MAC y la red intracorporal de nanocomunicaciones

El fenómeno de las emisiones MAC en personas vacunadas contra la COVID-19, resulta un hecho alarmante, que demuestra una relación de causa y efecto. En este vídeo-documental, se resume cómo fue advertido el fenómeno MAC, en qué consiste, cómo se puede experimentar de forma sencilla, qué implicaciones tiene para el individuo y para la sociedad, qué es lo que podría estar causando el fenómeno MAC observado, lo que nos indica la literatura científica sobre redes intracorporales de nanocomunicaciones inalámbricas, el cometido de los protocolos MAC en la red, y su planteamiento a nivel teórico. En este documental, también se ha dedicado un apartado a la especulación en el que se intenta imaginar posibles usos, en base a las posibilidades que enuncia la literatura científica y en base al contenido confirmado y desvelado en las vacunas, el grafeno y derivados.

Vídeo 1. Resumen del fenómeno MAC y la red intracorporal de nanocomunicaciones (Español)

Vídeo 2. Summary of the MAC phenomenon and the intra-body nano-network of communications (English)


Después de ver este documental, quizás desea realizar algunas pruebas o experimentos de detección de direcciones MAC anónimas y considere usar, además de las funciones Bluetooth predeterminadas de su teléfono, otras aplicaciones de respaldo. A continuación se muestra una relación de aplicaciones para teléfonos con sistema operativo IOS y Android, que podrían resultar útiles para detectar e indagar en relación a las direcciones MAC de personas vacunadas.

Aplicaciones IOS

Aplicaciones Android


Es probable que, una vez haya registrado una relación de direcciones MAC que potencialmente correspondan a personas vacunadas, desee comprobar si pertenecen a algún fabricante de dispositivos electrónicos. A continuación se facilitan distintos recursos donde comprobar el fabricante de cada dispositivo MAC.

Buscadores de OUI MAC

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