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http://www.uqd-edu.eu http://www.trackingterrorism.org
Molecular Medicine & Biophysics UQD
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Brief Biography:

I’m a forensic investigator and medical researcher. While I study medicine I also study economic medicine and economic theory. I study and research! I have been invited to research in terrorism groups. Great information at tracterrorism.org Currently I’m studying ideas for peaceful economic and cultural negotiations between Brazil, Russia, India and China [BRIC] the big four successful economies of the world. America owes over 1.3+ trillion dollars to China so this is essential in many aspects for international security. It is essential that the borrowers negotiate with the lenders. The American national debt stands at 18.7 trillion dollars this year. I am an open source intelligence analyst that analyzes need to know data on a need to know basis from the Open Source Center [OSC] related to 9/11 and other bio-security threats. Also I have written an open symposium about a document in transition from Chinese to English in 1999 but required over three years to translate it into English by the CIA. I’m currently proposing my symposium to the International Criminal Court [ICC] for recognition. A reputable U.N official desires to refer my research to the ICC confidentially. Within the CIA translated document; it advocated the use of bioterrorism within the Chinese document, presenting probable questions not conspiracy theories. Additionally the Chinese military manual cited the destruction of the World Trade Center [WTC] buildings in 1999 before it was released in 2002. Meaning there was prior knowledge within the CIA before 9/11. This Chinese military manual has been accepted by war generals. The Chinese document cites the use of Osama Bin Laden using explosives. Additionally I have the confidential WTC insurance risk report in my symposium which states that only 35% of the buildings would only be destroyed by jet airliners from the Architects and Engineers who designed the WTC towers. All of my predictions regarding 2015 being a bad year in terror was read about years ago when I had posted this on the internet and made many posts. Predictive profiling is used to determine the future. Terror will deductively continue worldwide for a decade or more.
Specialties: Inorganic and non-organic chemistry,Biochemistry,Neurology,Neuropathology,Forensic Pathology,Forensic Medicine,Forensic Entomology,Biophysics,Microbiology,Immunology,Toxicology,OSINT,Economic Medicine ©2015


Laser Forensic Detection of Chemical and Biological Substances Vol. I

 Open Draft Publication

Introduction: Revised Date: 3-9-2015

 This proposal is for the philosopher of forensic science. It is a philosophical perspective regarding the detection of deadly viruses like the Ebola virus. For many years I have researched the endless possibilities, regarding medical technology to treat deadly viruses by a device that uses no hypodermic injection but a laser injection, that could be injected in various tissues, by using a simple anesthetic.


This is a futuristic methodology from a philosophical anecdotal perspective, that needs animal testing on primates and humans. It is a research and development project aimed at getting peer reviewed opinion and to establish a network of doctors and medical professionals to perfect an engineered technology. My aim is not to have competing interests at all against its designer. In fact I will work with the engineers, to make this technology more researched and invested than it already is.


There are a multitude of questions associated with vaccine reactions and I as a vaccine recipient who had a terrible reaction to a vaccine propose that the industry start using transdermal technology. There is less risk of anaphylaxis associated with drug delivery. This is important for young children mostly.


The reasoning behind this will be provided. The device itself is no more dangerous than a bug bite and feels no more harmful than a mosquito bite according to some clinical research studies. The good part of this technology, is that I believe deductively, it can be used to inject antibodies or microbicide's into various organs and perhaps the brain structure, if a minimally invasive hole is drilled into the skull. It could also allow minimally invasive pathology biopsies to occur in the near future. So many aspects here and it is certainly a noble contribution to pursue for medical science and to humanity.


This could seriously have profound impacts upon cancer because it will give the medical community a basis for painless surgery that is minimally invasive. It would be interesting, to see if gradual injections into the brain would cure diseases like cancer or even hemorrhagic fevers. There is certainly a wide array of possibilities even though, this technology has yet to be developed for the purposes I see fit for forensic use. The aspects of drug delivery is deductive and is already reasonable for those uses.


There are viruses that effect neurobiology and this would be most applicable to all degenerative diseases. For the first time ever, eye diseases could be treated painlessly. Although only certain laser spectrum's to the eye are likely to be safe and effective. This could be great for macular degeneration.


There is certainly a basis for funding this research. Governmental agencies and intergovernmental agencies should be interested in this research. Not because the technology has many uses, but because it can be utilized as a weapon of choice once the technology is perfected. Laser injections from a distance could likely be a future weapon of choice because this technology could be used for lethal or non lethal drug injections. It entirely depends upon funding and lobbying towards these noble efforts.


Tranquilizers for animals could be deployed in a less invasive way making more comfort to animals. This could certainly allow for more research to be conducted on animals in a less uncomfortable way. Primate research and drug delivery will be more safe and easy, with far less outcry regarding animal neglect and abuse. Infectious diseases could be easily researched, without carrying pinprick risk from needles. BSL laboratories could eventually eliminate, the hypodermic needle jabs in labs.


Perhaps one day lethal force will be a thing of the past and drug delivery for stun guns will be deployed in a miniaturized device like a handgun of modern times. Making it possible to detain or capture terrorists and criminals. Fewer people will die this way and in end many lives could be saved.




Experimental physics of sound waves does suggest that sound has the ability to bend or bounce off surfaces or penetrate surfaces. It is possible to make this technology, into a projection projectile device for drug delivery. The liquids would be encapsulated in a laser while the sound wave carries the substance of liquid into the skin from encapsulated pressure projection. A sound wave can then be sent through the laser at high velocity and forcing a projectile out with much potential energy release.


While there is in fact a series of methodologies for the method of drug delivery that will work, ranging from compressed gas methods, piezoelectric transducers, linear Lorentz force piston, electronic driven bubble, as well as laser induced wave or bubble. The limitless application of a device that uses sound and laser encapsulation as a form of increasing the distance and penetration is one that must be further researched. Not only for medicine but for weapons research that is a non-lethal alternative.


This will increase the capacity of medicine and weapons research. There may even be aeronautical uses and space uses as well. I have no competing interests for this quest of development, I would much rather work with the developers and engineers of South Korea. Seoul National University has made a great contribution to the greater good of science. Their names are written below for their noble ethical contributions to science. If funding is appropriated through my quest I will gladly support them. Funding will be greater explained at the conclusion of this report for further understanding.


Hun-jae Jang

Eugene Hur

Yoonkwan Kim

Seol-Hoon Lee

Nae G. Kang

Jack J. Yoh


Funding Statement:

The contributions made by these researchers is quite incredible. I believe that if I have funding I can obtain a hedge fund. I have signed a NCND with a very reputable broker agent, that is enthusiastic about my research interests. I cannot name him or disclose where the bank is in Europe.


The agreement is good for many years and I have permission from him. I must pursue this before he retires. I have secret banking information available to represent myself legally in this matter. This information is subjected to legal privilege, or I could be fined or imprisoned if I released it, yet alone to someone else. I will eventually hire attorneys that specialize in financial securities with a NCND.

Imagine the possibilities here. Also several years ago I did some banking business regarding my 9/11 research specifically using this technology and I mention laser micro-jet injections in a preliminary publication available upon request to those willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

The banking official believed my research and I signed a NCND with him that is valid for many years. Now I just need to fund this research. Crowd funding is the only appropriate option for me at this time.

Funding basis:

 Chaldini figures was and is a technical term in physics for certain types of matters ability for morphological change, from its normal form or natural order. Sound waves are known to cause massive changes to matter of all shapes and sizes. This has been demonstrated on YouTube and other places, as a science experiment.

While this science has not gone unstudied, it is a phenomenon that needs further research when it comes to research and development. There is a massive amount of possibilities in the near future when it comes to this technology. Not only for medicine but for weapons research and energy research. It may be physically possible to generate electricity by using sound waves.


Projected sound energy could be used in the near future, for a wide array of uses. Sound waves could be used to project liquids or drugs massive distances. While in medicine the technology; has its promises I see a world where the technology, is developed for nearly every purpose imaginable. Investors have an opportunity to promote peaceful developments, towards world technology that will have immeasurable uses, that cannot be enumerated by one mind or one individual alone.


While these ideological principals may be entirely anecdotal, the philosophical principals are definitely beneficial. Research and development will begin, with peer review and doctors and inventors coming together. Not only doctors of medicine, but medical technologists and inventors of aeronautical research. One day the simplest of logical inventions could one day propel rockets into space. The medical aspects of this technology, have limitless application to space medicine in the near future.


The idea in a nutshell is to use an encapsulated laser, to propel liquids forward using high sound frequencies that have a high enough hertz to propel liquid substances forward, great distances. The idea is to use the technology already developed, by Seoul National University for a greater contribution to science. My helping hands are waiting to assist, by creating brokerage and financial contributions. The promising applications, towards many sciences is not to go unheeded here by any means.


I thank the reviewers of this publication, I also ask that the reviewers consider the intent and funding interests. There is no room for unhealthy narcissism in medicine and this project is not for self but a selfless contribution to the philosophy of science. If anyone wishes to join me please email me. From there, I will use due diligence and release my contact information to further futuristic candidates.




These references have been chronologically cited, from the Journal of Biomedical Optics. Title: Laser-induced microjet injection into preablated skin for more effective transdermal drug delivery


Anyone may contact me for further research data and collaboration. Thank you for your time.




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jet injectors,” Nat. Rev. Drug Discovery 5, 543–548 (2006).

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delivery,” J. Controlled Release 124, 88–97 (2007).

3. A. Taberner, N. C. Hogan, and I. W. Hunter, “Needle-free jet injection

using real-time controlled linear Lorentz-force actuators,” Med. Eng.

Phys. 34(9), 1228–1235 (2012).

4. D. A. Fletcher and D. V. Palanker, “Pulsed liquid microjet for microsurgery,”

Appl. Phys. Lett. 78(13), 19331935 (2001).

5. M. A. F. Kendall, “Needle-free vaccine injection,” Handb. Exp.

Pharmacol. 197, 193–219 (2010).

6. M. R. Prausnitz and R. Langer, “Transdermal drug delivery,” Nat.

Biotechnol. 26, 1261–1268 (2008).

7. M. Park et al., “Er:YAG laser pulse for small-dose splashback-free

microjet transdermal drug delivery,” Opt. Lett. 37(18), 3894–3896


8. H. Jang et al., “Towards clinical use of a laser-induced microjet system

aimed at reliable and safe drug delivery,” J. Biomed. Opt. 19(5), 058001 (2014).


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of ablation rates,” Laser Surg. Med. 9, 327–337 (1989).

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200-μm wavelength region,” Appl. Opt. 12(3), 555–563 (1973).

14. J. S. Baxter, J. Katrencik, and S. Mitragotri, “Jet injection into polyacrylamide

gels: investigation of jet injection mechanics,” J. Biomech.

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Molecular Medicine & Biophysics UQD\Invited to http://www.trackingterrorism.org


Research interests:

My research interests are 9/11 Pulmonary Diseases, Genetics, Cytology, Mycology, Obstetrics And Gynaecology, Pharmacology, Neuropharmacology, Traumatic Brain Injury [TBI], Primatology, Protozoology, Psychiatry, Preventive Medicine, Public Health, Pulmonary Medicine, Physiology, Regenerative Medicine, Rehabilitation, Reproduction, Robotic Surgery, Medical Robotics, Toxicology, Transplant Immunology, Transplantation, Tropical Medicine, HIV, AIDS, Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, Biosecurity, Bioterrorism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Microbiology, Psychology, Gender Studies, Gender Development,Embryology, Sociology, Immunology, Forensic Medicine, Forensic Pathology, Forensic Psychology, Neurology, Neuropathology, Neurosurgery, Infectious Diseases,Oncology, Alternative Medicine, Biophysics, Biochemistry, LGBT Bioethics, Economic Medicine, Epidemiology, Parasitology, Plastic Surgery, Maxillofacial Surgery, Immunotherapy


Any other information:

After suffering a Traumatic Brian Injury [TBI] I began researching natural and nutritional Neuropharmacology treatments for TBI. I had sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury [TBI] when I was twelve years old from an allergic reaction to an MMR vaccine inducing a form of muscular spasticity. Immediately I required an ambulance because the nurse could not perform CPR. I had pulmonary asphyxiation from a bronchospasm while foaming at the mouth, which required artificial respiration shortly after fainting backwards and obtaining a TBI. I specialize in TBI treatments.


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