A seemingly unfathomable quantity of data is generated during the development, manufacturing, and quality control of biologics.

We are just at the beginning stages of digitized data and therapeutics. This encompasses the:

  • Search for information,
  • Collaborate globally effectively,
  • Respond to requests from regulators,

Some analog processes have been digitized to make data easier to search, retrieve, share, and preserve in an archive.

Digitalization necessitates the digitization of information.

It is the process of enabling, improving, and transforming operations through the use of digitized data and technologies.

Digitalization brings data together on a platform and contextualizes it so that it can be leveraged using various tools and processes.

Trends and correlations can be revealed that otherwise would have remained hidden from view if the data were siloed and stored in disparate places across the organization.

When implemented, digitalization will transform and accelerate decision making and end-to-end supply chain integration.


In its Digital Plant Maturity Model (DPMM), the BioPhorum organization envisions a stepping-stone transition from simple brick and mortar facilities to the fully automated and integrated “adaptive plant” of the future referred to as Industry 4.0. It is also called the “Lights Out” Smart Manufacturing Plant. Lights out for people, lights out for manufacturing, because there will be no mankind to service.


Every bioprocess operational step within the bioeconomy, generates a massive amount of data at an incredibly fast rate, which in many cases is stored in multiple systems.

Obama introduced Precision Medicine in 2016.  It is a military precision weapon system.  Your private medical information was ripped from your private hands referred to as “siloed data stores,” and then transferred into a locked bioeconomy.  Why?  Because in the manufactured War on Biology your private data might never converge in a truly integrated manner. This would be a barrier for decision-makers trying to manage planetary depopulation.


Many digital tools are being developed to enable this convergence, providing access rapidly to more data and with greater context. With such tools, data becomes increasingly:

  • Connected,
  • Actionable,
  • Intelligent.

This enables deep machine learning and understanding, AI data-driven decision making, as well as greater speed and agility, setting the stage for next-generation manufacturing.


Consider how invasive and time consuming the current verification process has become gouging huge swaths of time in your life that you could be doing other things.  Software is now available to support CONTINUOUS PROCESS VERIFICATION (CPV) by collecting, aggregating, and providing access to all data generated throughout a connected biomanufacturing process. In addition to CPV, some software from companies notorious for surviellance such as IBM have deployed biometrics and various other imaging devices such as scanners at transportation hubs offer data visualization, analytics, and process monitoring. These features enable BIOPROCESS LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT, reporting, and investigations. For you see, once you enter the pharmaceutical-pharmakia matrix you are merely a product node in a System-of-Systems with an expiration date and recycling mandate.

Nodes are collected much like wild bees.  They are assembled into a dedicated worship fervor system which pools their essence, resources, and energies to build an evil alternative complex system which redefines the node functionality and becomes part of the hive collective.You have lost your identify, your privacy, your alienable right to self determination.

Autonomous software with no humans in this loop, “intelligently” carry out encoded planetary biases and orders.  They feed on your information accessed through process data from batch records, enterprise resource planning systems, manufacturing EXECUTION systems, laboratory information management systems, data historians, process equipment, and manual sources.  This data poop is then collated into a single-validated data source. Yes, yes, I know that in the digital realm there are executable systems, but one cannot ignore the purposeful use of Dual-Use semantics.


From massive tunneling projects in cities to your legacy historical data, the grab is on to establish what is known as a Golden Tunnel or Golden Reference profile for a batch. This is a planetary holistic management connected process—from start to finish. In essence, it is a Golden Goose where the rich men of the earth are plucking your golden data feathers ito feather their nest in their their get-rich-quick scheme.

This process is coded with value-sets that require the product process be the desired quality and quantity, and that defines the boundaries of the process. Bottom-line, that is depopulation, the ushering in of the post human epoch.

Critical process parameters are monitored in real time- hence the plethora of nano-sensors, with the golden tunnel emb emdded within the actionable values.

Digital transformation is not solely reliant on adoption and implementation of advanced technologies. It requires shifts in culture, strategy, and investment to liberate and leverage vast quantities of data. Among the factors that are critical to a successful transformation are standardization, accessibility, and upskilling.


The standardization of digital technologies across the biopharmaceutical industry is essential. It began with the development of solutions that allowed for seamless integration of new technologies with existing infrastructure and legacy systems. Just as we have seen with Synthetic Biology the concept is modular and Plug & Play also referred to as self-assembling.

The crucible of the future work force will be vertically integrated autonomous mobile robots  and the “plants” automation system. The Achilles Heel of this standardization may well be competitiveness of the digital market which undermines the collaboration necessary to acquire maxium data.


Not only are vast quantities of data gathered, but the data must also be accessible to users with a wide range of skills and between organizations and partners. It is essential that the tools implemented during a digital transformation are user friendly and easy to access for those with the proper permissions.

This digital transformation demands that we all think and work towards the Utilitarian Utopia, embracing what digitized data and digital technologies. We are being herded like cattle to slaughter as societal engineers drive us towards the collective biomanufacturing workforce, which in fact, that replaces you with Synths.


Since you really are superfluous in the future, upskilling really is busying yourself so that you do not notice that you are being eliminated. Nevertheless, it was emphasized in “Rewired to Outcompete,” an article published by the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, which noted that “digital transformations are, first and foremost, people transformations.” To achieve Digital Excellence we must first allow ourselves to be rewired, with new function, forsaking being created in the Divine Image of God. We are being nudged out of our comfort zone and from under the protective wing of the Most High into this techno-transformation.

Those of us with a biblical view or even knowledge of the biblical flood during the time of Noah, ponder the gravity of the cataclysm and visibly shudder. The fire of the digitized future is here and those fiery flames are licking across all industries and sectors-consuming all in its malevolent path.

Our privacy and personal “silo” barriers are being laid waste in a wildfire that promises immortality, or at the least rebirth, into a virtual kingdom without end. The prophesized power of wickedness has been unleashed upon the face of the earth and only you, with trust in Jesus and your simple child-like faith with everyday decisions /actions of faith will you triumph and reach eternal glory.

In the meantime God Bless each of you,





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