Recent interview podcast with Tim Ventura was amazing!

This is the amazing video of the podcast/interview Amal Graafstra - Microchip Implants - YouTube also I have an idea for the chip implants etc. Why not integrate nuclear energy for these biomedical devices to make it active than passive this was first introduced before in the 60’s-70’s with nuclear heart pacers like in the Iron man! The thought-process behind these nuclear pacemakers came down to longevity. They provided young patients the opportunity to have one pacemaker last their entire life. These nuclear pacemakers also proved cost-effective in comparison to the lithium battery powered pacemakers of today as follow-up costs of the two are roughly $19,000 versus $55,000 respectively.

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beta voltaic is essentially what you’re suggesting,
It’s been considered a few times, but it has several drawbacks and hurdles

You got any nuclear material to share? It’s fairly hard to get your hands on… for obvious and less obvious reasons, both regulatory and financial

On top of that, the actual things out out only microscopic amounts of power, not enough to actually use… which required capacitors to try and collect it… which circles back to other issues

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Glad you liked the interview!

Fortunately for pacemaker patients, but unfortunately for us… pacemakers require an extremely small fraction of the power even a single Bluetooth packet transmission would require. Muscles can be triggered by microwatts of power while Bluetooth transmission or lighting an LED or just operating a sensor takes milliwatts at least.

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safeimplants.com:heart: LOL
Great interview and great DT history lesson.
Damn I need a second Apex!

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Really enjoyed the interview! Very insightful.

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One type also used a radioisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG) that converted heat from the radioactive decay of plutonium-238 (Pu-238) into electricity.

very unrelated to the topic but somewhat similar I heard this podcast from Merged Ryan Graves with Garry Nolan where Dr. Garry Nolan has this uap/ufo materials, since radioactive materials can be a source of energy/electricity would this uap/ufo materials can be used as a power source for the implanted biomedical devices?

Sure, just find out how much power they can generate in Watts (or more likely mW/uW) and at what voltage they generate it, and I’ll tell you what we can power with them. You can see a more detailed breakdown in the Endochron thread

Alright, I’m applying to volunteer for them and maybe afterwards I can ask them about the uap materials and do test etc. I’ll share the details in here. I hope they don’t have NDA’ s about these interstellar exotic materials.

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