Living Polymerization

You may have never heard of “living free radical polymerization”, dormant polymers or RAFT.
These are important for anyone suffering from polymer fibers in their skin.
This may seem long and there may be words you don’t understand but you will get the concepts.

A polymer is composed of many repeating structural “mer” units connected by covalent chemical bonds.
Poly (many) + Meros (parts) = Polymer.

The simplest polymer is a linear chain, a single backbone with branches.
A ring polymer forms a circle with no branches.
Other are branched star, comb, brush, ladders and dendrimers.
Synthesis includes SREP GROWTH (monomers are added to the chain one at a time), CHAIN-GROWTH (chains of monomers combine with one another) and PLASMA polymerization.
Normal polymerization has a growing CHAIN and a CHEMICAL GROUP on the end that tells it to STOP GROWING.
In LIVING POLYMERIZATION, the chemical group on the end which tells it to STOP GROWING has been removed.
Chain termination and chain transfer reactions are absent and the rate of chain initiation is much larger than the rate of chain propagation.
Polymerization continues as long as there are atoms to interact.
Polymerization stops because the chemical with atoms to add withheld.

Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization
Atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) was developed in 1995. It involves the chain initiation of free radical polymerization by a halogenated organic species in the presence of a metal halide.
The synthesis of polymer networks by controlled free radical polymerization has been investigated in the case of atom transfer radical polymerization (ATRP) in the following example.
Synthesis of Polymer Networks by “Living Free Radical Polymerization and End-Linking Processes”
Firouz Asgarzadeh, et al.
Villeurbanne Cedex, France.
The synthesis of a difunctional initiation, bis (2-bromopropionyloxy) ethane (BBPE) makes possible the preparation of difunctional polymer precursors that can be used to prepare polymer networks by an end-linking process.
The gels thus formed have been characterized by the determination of the fraction of polymer precursors unlinked to the cross-links and by the determination of the swelling equilibrium of the gels in xylene.
The unlinked precursors are the dormant pieces.
Dormant means lacking activity.
In synthesis polymers, it means inactivity in its “life” cycle, but it can grow again later.
The dormant polymer has been reacted to an intermediate molecular weight state and becomes a precursor to future growth.
Precursor polymers are capable of further polymerization by reactive groups to a fully cured high molecular weight state.
A telechelic polymer is a polymer carrying two functionalized end groups.
Telechelic polymers can be used as prepolymers, e.g., for the synthesis of block co-polymers.
All polymers resulting from living polymerization are telechelic.
LIVING FREE RADICAL polymerization is a type of living polymerization in which the active polymer chain end is a free radical. RAFT belongs to this group.

Reversible Addition-Fragmentation Chain Transfer Polymerization (RAFT)
RAFT was discovered in 1998 by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (the government body for scientific research in Australia).
It is referred to as “living polymerization” because it can be stopped and restarted at any time.
Living polymers have no termination step.
The key to RAFT polymerization is the RAFT agent, a small organic molecule that is responsible for controlling growth. It is called a free radical.
How is RAFT is different from other living polymers?
A RAFT agent is added to a conventional free radical process.
The same monomers, initiators, solvents and temperature are used in RAFT (AIBN) (ACVA).
RAFT polymerization uses thiocarbonylthio compounds, such as dithioesters, dithiocarbamates, trithiocarbonates, and xanthate to mediate the polymerization via a REVERSIBLE chain-transfer process.

THE RAFT PROCESS
RAFT components are:
Initiator
Monomer
Chain transfer agent
Solvent
Temperature

I. Initiation The reaction is started by radical initiators such as AIBN.
The initiator reacts with a monomer unit to create a radical species which starts an active polymerizing chain.
II. Addition-Fragmentation The active chain (Pn) reacts with the dithioester, which kicks out the homolytic leaving group (R).
This is a reversible step, losing either the leaving group (R) or the active group (Pn).
III. Reinitiation The leaving group radical then reacts with another monomer species, starting another active polymer chain.
This active chain goes through the addition-fragmentation or equilibration steps.
IV. Equilibrium Keep the initiator and capping agent low relative to the dormant chain. This limits termination (radical combination and disproportionation) increasing polymer length.
Equilibrium is the fundamental step in the RAFT process which traps the majority of the active propagating chains into the dormant thiocarbonyl compound limiting the possibility of chain termination.
Active polymer chains are in an equilibrium between the active and dormant stages.
While one polymer chain is in the dormant stage (bound to the thiocarbonyl compound), the other is active in polymerization.
Monomers which polymerize RAFT are styrenes, acrylates, acrylamides, and many vinyl monomers.
An example is poly(methyl methacrylate) and polyacrylic acid which have been synthesized using AIBN as the initiator and various dithioesters compounds. poly(methyl methacrylate) burns at 1700 degrees Kelvin.

Large fibers from a Morgellons patient are possible poly(methyl methacrylate) and the smaller ones are possible polyacrylic acid.

The process makes architectures such as block, gradient, statistical, comb/brush, star, hyperbranched, and network copolymers.

Morgellons patients have found the preceding shapes in their lesions.
With RAFT, fibers can be grafted onto polymeric SPHERES with a one-step process. The grafted polymer has a RAFT end group making a block copolymer SHELL possible.
That means you could load “bugs and drugs” in the spheres and have fibers growing out of and around them.

Why would you want to start and stop polymerization?
When growth stops, you have polymer granules to transplant into a person’s body to grow there.
Each radical group is able to initiate new fiber. Every dormant kernel of the polymer is able to grow new fibers.
Why would you ant all those shapes?
A drug, enzyme, protein, or disease agent can be attached to each end of each fiber (hundreds in dendrimers). They can be heavily loaded with the government’s choice of suffering.
RAFT can be used with a large variety of monomers with the ability t construct polymers biosensitive to temperature and pH which can enzyme activity or molecular recognition processes.
Biosensing mechanisms take the “bugs and drugs” to the body organ for which it was intended.
Much thought went into the design, implementation, production and distribution of Morgellons.

The politicians and scientists must be congratulated for their creativity and thoroughness in creating such a malicious disfiguring, painful, form of torture for the New International World Order.

Planning of mass production of drugs requires cost control of monomers, initiators, reagents, production equipment, instrumentation, personnel, laboratories, packaging, storage, distribution and delivery systems.

In the design of polymer-protein or POLYMER-DRUG conjugates, a specific polymerization technique is required.
For such a demanding scheme, RAFT is superior to other forms of polymerization, although others may be involved.

Living Polymerization Categories:
Living anionic, Living cationic, Ring-opening metathesis, living free radical, Group transfer, Living Ziegler-Natta

Living Free Radical Polymerization Categories:
Catalytic chain transfer & Cobalt-Mediated Radical, Iniferter, Stable free radical-mediated, Atom transfer radical, RAFT, Iodine-Transfer, Selenium-Centered Radical-Mediated, Telluride-Mediated, Stibine-Mediated.

Any of the aforementioned processes may have been used in creating Morgellons because there are so many ingredients and so many kinds of fibers.

Who discovered RAFT? Dupont and CSIRO.
Look up CSIRO’s website. They are the world’s foremost experts on nematodes (agriculture).
Dupont, CSIRO, Polymerization, drug delivery, US/Great Britain/Australia, Government Research/Money, Nematodes… MORGELLONS

There you have Morgellons served up with a hearty gut full of nematodes, skin lesions, dripping gels, whiskers, metal, crystals, batteries, radios, fluorescent fibers, herbicides, plant diseases, fungus, mycoplasma, viruses.

Who created Morgellons?
The US Gov, British Gov, Canadian Gov, Australian Gov et al.
They did the research and they have the facilities.

WHY?

Read “Morgellons Definitive Cure Post” For A Very Helpful Information On How You Can Recover From Morgellons.
https://morgellonscure7.wordpress.com/2018/09/11/morgellons-cure-its-free-simple-and-guaranteed/

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