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The media is now promoting new medical tattoos that have graphene in them and can transmit information remotely using radio frequencies. Baruch Goldstein, who runs one such startup, calls these tattoos "cutaneous sensors". Question: In the last few decades the composition of tattoo ink has changed dramatically to include heavy metals that have conductive faculties and neurological applications. Is it possible that modern tattoos have been used as a second neurological system grafted over your own in a bid to manipulate individuals via radio frequency? As crazy as this sounds at first, this podcast covers the history of corporate and government experimentation in this direction.