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Stefano Montanari

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Stefano Montanari
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Personal details
Born
Stefano Montanari

(1949-06-07) 7 June 1949 (age 71)
Bologna, Italy
Spouse(s)
Antonietta Morena Gatti (Undated.)
Children1
Occupationmedical researcher, author, actor, scientific
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Websitestefanomontanari.net nanodiagnostics.it


Stefano Montanari (Italian: [ˈsteːfano ˈmontanari] /stəˈfɑːnoʊ/.[1]; born in Bologna, 7 June 1949)[2] is an Italian writer, doctor, pharmacist, researcher and discovery of nanopathology[3][4][5][6], based in Modena.[7] He is scientific director at Nanodiagnostics[8] laboratory in Modena, managed with his wife Antonietta Gatti[9][10], expert in physics and the main brain of research of discovery of new types of disease like nano and micro patology from tiny dusts and pollutions of any type of no-organic materias in the airs we breath from dusts, drugs, smog, arms, industry, electromagnetic waves, like heavy metal and not metal substance. This nano-micro particles inorganics goes in human body from breaths, eating, drugs, vaccines, ec. That's cause to damage living cells, by interaction of DNA and many others oxidative stress, include cancar, thrombosis pulmanary, cardiovascular desease, autism and so on. this beacase the new types of nano-patology are in the range of roughty 5 nm to up 500 micrometre and does small then a normal bacterias the can easy enter on a single human cell that can not been clean it by body[11]. He gain notoriety to Beppe Grillo in unknown circumstaince[12], who brought him to the spotlights[13] for the Five Star Moviment in 2006, a small research by Montanari on nanoparticles in food products, a story that was subsequently much reduced by Montanari himself[citation needed]. Montanari's wife, Antonietta Gatti is part of Europeen CEE projects[14][15][16][17]. Gatti-Montanari work for CNR of Bologna for military special mask. Montananari is best friend of Gheri Guido[18], the italian fondator speaker of RadioStudio54[19].

Montanari is a personal friend of Robert F. Kennedy Jr.[20] for the fight against dirty vaccines[21] [22]. In late March 2020 for the coronavirus pandemic outbreak, he left an interviews on YouTube by Byoblu, about the false claim fraud on COVID-19 pandemic[23][24][25]. He say the this virus it can not have a vaccine that might work as the normal influenza can much work they antibody for this type of coronavirus desease outbreak, he say likes "all influenza are types of coronavirus". And talk about harmful use of surgical mask and medical gloves and lockdown who he say that it make worst the infection and lower the immune sytem by not sharing skin flora and make more people depressed and more vulnerary to infection.

Montanari's wife, Antonietta M. Gatti she was signt to gaint reward by WBC Boxing as "Heroes of Humanity". [26] [27] But leter she decline the won for the slander from Bortolani Maria letter at WBC, a family of Beppe Grillo[28][29][30]. Robert Kennedy Jr. in June 2020 he write a letter for Antonietta M. Gatti, about pandemic coronavirus.[31]Robert Kennedy Jr. support much the couple Gatti-Montanari against big pharma on vaccine[32][33]. Montanari and Gatti work in same problems of Luc Montagnier for vaccine problematics.[34][35] Montanary are support on same ideas on coronavirus ideas by Sara Cunial[36], an Italian member of parliament fight the fraud against obbligation of vaccination from coronavirus and she think the vaccines come from relationship with Deep State and Gates foudation[37][38].

Montanari has been many time complaint or critic by autority and associations likes the Patto Traversale della Scienza (A Transversal Pact For Science)[39] [40][41], the same approved by comedian Beppe Grillo on January 10, 2019. Montanari say the many times the complaint drops or not even come to setences process. He say that in Italy anyone can took a blank page and write a complaint without being punished by law.

Gatti-Montanari they achive a great exposure in italy by closing 21 wastes incinarations in Italy. Montanari fight for not use this wastesincinerations, saying that cause much smaller nanoparticles poluttions outbreaks from the top of this incinerations industry with much risks of penetration the human cell by the many times smaller then micrometre in sizes[42]. in 2011 Montanari and Gatti are supported by association of Vita al Microscopio[43] by Roberta Doricchi and Nino Ferri. The association is serve to raise and maintain the pubblic donations for Montaneri's electron microscope (TEM).

Life[edit]

Graduated in Pharmacy in 1972 at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia with a thesis on microchemistry, he then became technical consultant for several Italian and foreign companies.

Since March 2004, he has been scientific director of Nanodiagnostics in Modena , which deals with scientific consultancy in the fields of medicine, industry and ecology and carries out research on pathologies caused by the presence of heavy metal nanoparticles and other pathogenic materials. inside the human body[11].

Inventor of a removable vena cava filter, a prosthetic heart valve, a system for pleural drainage, an apparatus for electrophysiology and transesophageal cardiac stimulation and transvenous cardiac stimulation, catheters for transesophageal electrophysiology, a system for measuring the hourly production of urine, a urine bag with a system to prevent retrograde infections.[44][45][46]

Author of articles on the technique of caval filtration and on the techniques of prevention of pulmonary thromboembolism and was also a member of the technical board of the Municipality of Rome for the study of traffic pollution.[47]

The media spotlight with Beppe Grillo[edit]

https://ocasapiens-dweb.blogautore.repubblica.it/2018/06/27/lagguato/

According to the story by Stefano Montanari, in 2006, Beppe Grillo contacted Montanari[48][49] about the electron microscope[50][12][51][52][53] that Montanari claims was stolen from Nanodiagnostic lab. During the same year he toured Italy together with the Genoese comedian to divulge his studies on nanopowders and the alleged consequent pathologies (nanopathologies) caused by various factors, among which Montanari claims to include waste incineration[54].

His dissemination activity on the subject includes hundreds of conferences scattered throughout the country, largely in collaboration with the local Amici di Beppe Grillo groups , he has also produced two books published by Macro Edizioni: a book with DVD attached L'insidia delle polveri sottili and a book with a more autobiographical cut, The group of fine powders , where, alongside scientific popularization, it tells of the hostilities encountered by his research in the academic and political spheres.

At the end of 2008, together with Antonietta Gatti, they published the English-language book Nanopathology[55][56][57][58] [59](Pan Stanford publisher and then Academic Press).

File:Gatti-montanari-libro.jpg
book by Gatti-Montanari on Nanopathology[55]

In the last months of 2008, the volume Lo stivale di Barabba , edited by Montanari, comes out. This text collects the interventions of some of the most authoritative scholars on the Italian and international scene on the waste cycle.

His relations with Grillo were interrupted[60] following the events relating to the second electron microscope at witch cost 378'000€. Said microscope is no longer in exclusive use of the laboratory where Montanari works, but was donated to the university of Urbino and subsequently sold in commodate use to ARPAM[61][28] of Pesaro[62][63][64][65]. On 31 May 2020 a new microscope from italian donation was complited and brought at 436.000€ with support of Leonardo Leone[66], an personal entrepreneur. this new eletron microscope at scasion ambiental it will be used to ivestigate at first priority the unknown coronavirus, COVID-19 from body deaths. with according from Hospital Papa Giovanni XXIII[67][68] in Bergamo city.

The affair of the daily fact[edit]

In 2012, on his website he published a documented complaint against the newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano[69] to which, previously, he had proposed the publication of the affair on the electron microscope, without even receiving an answer. June 27, 2012 is the first intervention of his wife on the Il Fatto Quotidiano website[70].

Commitment to politics[edit]

In 2008 , in collaboration with senator Fernando Rossi, he created the national civic list For the Common Good , of which he is candidate for the post of head of government[71].

Literary and sports activity[edit]

Stefano Montanari also deals with fiction. His literary production (in which the theme of nanopowders is absent) is mostly concentrated in the years 1998 - 2004 and consists of 57 stories and 3 theatrical texts, some of which are published online and in some anthologies[72][73][74][75][76][77][78][79].

He was invited to talk about the story Victor's war in the television broadcast conducted by Dacia Maraini on Rai 2 "I write, you write". A selection of short stories entitled La carne addosso was published by Serarcangeli in 2003 .

From 1982 to 1993, he was part of the team podismo Tobacco Museum with whom he has won 15 championships in Italy Team (6 Marathon , 6 Criterium, 2 Half marathon and 1 Road Race ). He dedicated the book Marathon to the marathon! How to run for the beauty of 42 kilometers and live happily , Andromeda Edizioni, 2009.

Antonietta Gatti is member of:[edit]

  • European Society of Biomaterials since 1976
  • Societa' Italiana dei Biomateriali funtil 1994.
  • Società Italiana di Odontostomatologia e Chirurgia Maxillo-Facciale
  • Società Chimica Italiana-Gruppo Interdisciplinare dei Biomateriali since 1994.
  • Società Italiana di Microscopia Elettronica since 1995.
  • IADR-Int. Assoc. of Dental Research since 1998.
Stefano Montanari[80] with the Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier 21 May 2017

work on Nanopathologies[edit]

The story of the discovery of nanopathologies I have told who knows how many times. Whoever wants to, leaving aside the books and scientific articles in which I speak about them, can read at least one of my popular books Il Girone delle Polveri Sottili or Il Pianeta Impolverato . There you will find all the basic information about it.

What are nanopatologie?

Trying to be succinct, although the issue could fill, like, the rest did, more than one book, the nanopatologie are diseases originated by the micro- and nanoparticles from inorganic (which means, roughly and giving me a little chemical error, carbon-free), non-biodegradable and non-biocompatible . Even the name nanopathology, as well as scientific discovery, belong to us or, to be more precise, they belong mainly to my wife Dr. Antonietta Morena Gatti , because she is the soul of our research.

Where they originate?

Those particles are produced in part by Nature and in part, the predominant one for its ability to induce disease, by Man. All combustion produces them, none excluded: internal combustion engines, waste incinerators, thermoelectric power plants, foundries, domestic heating and whoever has more. But there is also a cold production which is that, among the many possible examples, originated from the wear of the asphalt, from that of the tires and from the aging of the walls. It is essential to know that many of those particles are "eternal", that is, indestructible from both Nature and Man and, therefore, any illusion that sooner or later disappears is to be forgotten.

What diseases they cause?

These very small dusts, not rarely tens of millions of times more tiny than pollen, float in the air being able to travel even tens of thousands of kilometers and behave in a way that in many ways is similar to that of gas. And as gas they are inhaled, ending up in the lungs and, from there, in the blood where, in a part of the population, the one that produces insufficient amounts of urokinase, an enzyme that dissolves blood clots, or that has other defects in clotting, become responsible for diseases such as pulmonary thromboembolism , the ' stroke and the' heart attack. In the rest of the population those particles are transported by the blood to all the organs, impossible to predict which, where they remain imprisoned forever, since we do not possess biological mechanisms for their elimination. Here the powders are treated for what they are, that is, foreign bodies, giving way to inflammatory phenomena that in the long run, and it can be a matter of months or several decades until they exceed the life limit of the subject himself, they turn into cancers . If there are those who are not ready to close their eyes and brains in the face of the rapid growth in the frequency with which they fall ill with tumors, they will have material to meditate. So much for completeness of information, today we see more and more often the onset of tumor phenomena in children and double or triple cancers, that is to say two or three very different types of cancer, present simultaneously in the same individual. But micro- and nanoparticles are also making trouble. For example, they are capable of passing from mother to fetus, triggering abortions, fetal malformations and even cancers in the unborn child , cancers that originate and develop when the baby is still in the womb. It may be curious to observe how pregnant women do not fall ill with nanopathologies because the fetus functions as a kind of sponge that attracts and captures the dust, in this way protecting the mother. Unlike other substances, the particles are perfectly capable of reaching the brain giving rise to cancers such as, for example, ' astrocytoma , and are strongly suspected of being responsible for diseases such as Alzheimer's disease , the disease of Parkinson , l ' autism , certain forms of memory loss , d' insomnia , of aggressiveness , etc.. Although it may seem strange to many, the fine and ultrathin powders we are dealing with may be at the origin of a form of diabetes , called type 1, and this happens when the affected organ is the pancreas. We first noticed this when we worked in New York on the firefighters who had lent their work around the area of the collapse of the Twin Towers inhaling their dust. And also chronic fatigue , an increasingly frequent condition, can derive from dust, as well as certain forms of male infertility with the particles that have reached the seminal fluid thus hindering the mobility of the spermatozoa, thus making them no longer able to reach in quantity the egg cell is sufficient to fertilize it. Defined rare or orphan diseases can also result from dust. Among these, the so-called multiple chemical sensitivity , a condition disabling increasingly present among the population and that, in my opinion in a criminal manner, is treated with drugs as if it were the source psychiatric. A further characteristic of the smaller particles is that of insinuating themselves into the nucleus of the cells going to "mess up" the DNA with all the consequences of the case . Ingestion of polluted foods In addition to inhalation, dust enters the body through the ingestion of polluted foods, which are very common today. In more or less long times the particles fall to the ground going to settle on fruit, vegetables and cereals of which we are consumers. In this way, through the wall of the stomach and intestines, the powders reach the blood sharing behavior and destiny with those inhaled.

Vaccines?

Rather disconcerting, at least for us, was the discovery of those small entities in all 26 vaccine samples that we had the opportunity to analyze. The fact, in my opinion of extreme gravity, is passed over in silence not only by the pharmaceutical companies but also by the control bodies, thus endangering the health of millions of people, children in the lead.

Conclusion

A further and, moreover, unnecessary demonstration of the fact that Man is the stupidest of animals and the only one, to say it with the ethologist Danilo Mainardi, who voluntarily dies out, not only do we do nothing to stop or, at least, to limit the production of dust, but we try to hide the problem, going to the extreme of preventing scientific research in any way and, thus, the possibility of a solution or, at least, a mitigation.

The research gagged

This is what has happened and continues to happen to us and our laboratory, officially classified among the 100 most important in Europe, with my wife officially included in the number of the most important scientists in the world, yet reduced to working in conditions to say the least luck. And the first thing that has been done so that we do not "alarm" the population and not interfere with multibillion dollar businesses such as, among others, the demonstration of the danger of waste incinerators or, more recently, the denunciation of the "oddity" of the composition and testing of several drugs, was to take it off

main working tool...

— Stefano Montanari, Vita al Microscopio

[81][82]

From the lab of Nanodianostics[83][84] Iron-particle, 50 micron of resolution.

Publications[edit]

  • Montanari S, Paradisi C, Scorrano G., Pathways of Nitrosobenzene Reduction by Thiols in Alcoholic Media . J Org Chem. 1999 May 14; 64 (10): 3422-3428. PMID 11674462
  • Cats, AM, Montanari, S., Monari, E. et al. Detection of micro- and nano-sized biocompatible particles in the blood. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 15, 469–472 (2004).
  • Gatti AM, Tossini D, Gambarelli A, Montanari S, Capitani F., Investigation of the presence of inorganic micro- and nanosized contaminants in bread and biscuits by environmental scanning electron microscopy , Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2009 Mar; 49 (3): 275-82. PMID 19093270
  • European Standard EN 30993, Biological Testing of dental and Medical Devices No. 4, Selection of Tests for Interactions with Blood (1993)
  • M. BALLESTRI, A. BARALDI, AM GATTI, L. FURCI, A. BAGNI, P. LORIA, R. RAPANÀ, N. CARULLI and A. ALBERTAZZI, Gastroenterology 121 (2001) 1234.
  • AM GATTI and F. RIVASI, Biomaterials 23 (2002) 2381.
  • AM CATS, ibid. (2003) (in press).
  • A. NEMMAR, PH HOET, B. VANQUICKENBORNE, D. DINSDALE, M. THOMEER, MF HOYLAERTS, H. VANBILOEN and B. NEMERY, Circulation 105 (2002) 411.
  • PA REVELL and AL SAFFAR, J. Long Term Effects of Med. Impl. 9 (1999) 319.
  • R. URBAN, J. JACOBS and M. TOMLINSON, J. Bone Jt Surg. 82 (2000) 455.
  • The Quirra Syndrome: Matter of Translational Medicine (2013).
  • Nanoparticles: A New Form of Terrorism? (2012).
  • Nanocontamination of the Soldiers in a Battle Space
  • Hot electron injector Gunn diode for advanced driver assistance systems
  • In-vivo short- and long-term evaluation of the interaction material-blood
  • Detection of micro- and nano-sized biocompatible particles in the blood
  • Splanchnic and haemodynamic data as prognostic indexes in MODS patients
  • Physical characterization of a new biomaterial for wound management
  • In Vivo Study of a New Active Glass for Bone Repair: Short Term Results
  • Success and Failure of Experimental Active Glasses in Periodontal Disease Repair
  • 1991-3 Referee of Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine
  • 1992 Referee of the Journal “Cells and Materials” of Scanning Microscopy International USA.
  • 1994 Scientific Consultant of a Commission of the European Community for the evaluation of the European market for the biomaterials and the medical devices.
  • 1996-7-8-9 Referee of Biomaterials. (UK) journal.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Stefano Montanari, venous thromboembolic disease and caval filters , edited by Claudio Rabbia and Guglielmo Emanuelli, Turin: Edizioni Minerva Medica, 2000
  • Stefano Montanari, The flesh on him , Rome: Serarcangeli, 2003
  • Stefano Montanari, The pitfall of fine dust and nanoparticles (DVD + book), edited by Sonia Toni, Diegaro di Cesena: Macro, 2007
  • Antonietta Gatti, Stefano Montanari, Nanopathology , Singapore: Pan Stanford: 2007.
  • Stefano Montanari, The Pitfall of Thin Powders (DVD), Macro Publisher: 2007.
  • Stefano Montanari, The group of fine powders , Diegaro di Cesena: Macro, 2008
  • Stefano Montanari (edited by), Lo stivale di Barabba , Arianna editore, 2008.
  • Stefano Montanari (edited by), Refusal: Reduce and Recycle , Arianna Editrice, 2009.
  • Stefano Montanari, Marathon! , Andromeda Publishing Company, 2009.
  • Stefano Montanari, The Burned Future (how health is incinerating us together with the planet), illustrations by Vilfred Moneta, Creative Editions, 2009.
  • AM Gatti and S. Montanari, Nanocontamination of the Soldiers in a Battle Space in Nanomaterials: Risks and Benefits (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security) , Springer Netherlands, 2009.

Filmography[edit]

  • Checosamanca (2006), interprets himself on the research of nanopathologies, directed by M. Berrini and M. Parenti, produced by RAI Cinema and Feltrinelli .
  • Dirty to die (expcted) (2009), in the part of himself, directed by Marco Carlucci .

Note[edit]

  • Montanari S, Paradisi C, Scorrano G., Pathways of Nitrosobenzene Reduction by Thiols in Alcoholic Media. J Org Chem. 1999 May 14;64(10):3422-3428. PMID 11674462
  • Gatti, A.M., Montanari, S., Monari, E. et al. Detection of micro- and nano-sized biocompatible particles in the blood. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine 15, 469–472 (2004).[85]
  • Gatti AM, Tossini D, Gambarelli A, Montanari S, Capitani F., Investigation of the presence of inorganic micro- and nanosized contaminants in bread and biscuits by environmental scanning electron microscopy, Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 2009 Mar;49(3):275-82. PMID 19093270
  • European Standard EN 30993, Biological Testing of dental and Medical Devices No. 4, Selection of Tests for Interactions with Blood (1993)
  • M. BALLESTRI, A. BARALDI, A. M. GATTI, L. FURCI, A. BAGNI, P. LORIA, R. RAPANÀ, N. CARULLI and A. ALBERTAZZI, Gastroenterology 121 (2001) 1234.
  • A. M. GATTI and F. RIVASI, Biomaterials 23 (2002) 2381.
  • A. M. GATTI, ibid. (2003) (in press).
  • A. NEMMAR, P. H. HOET, B. VANQUICKENBORNE, D. DINSDALE, M. THOMEER, M. F. HOYLAERTS, H. VANBILOEN and B. NEMERY, Circulation 105 (2002) 411.
  • P. A. REVELL and A. L. SAFFAR, J. Long Term Effects of Med. Impl. 9 (1999) 319.
  • R. URBAN, J. JACOBS and M. TOMLINSON, J. Bone Jt Surg. 82 (2000) 455.
  • The Quirra Syndrome: Matter of Translational Medicine (2013).[86]
  • Nanoparticles: A New Form of Terrorism? (2012).[87]
  • Nanocontamination of the Soldiers in a Battle Space[88]
  • Hot electron injector Gunn diode for advanced driver assistance systems[89]
  • In-vivo short- and long-term evaluation of the interaction material-blood[90]
  • Detection of micro- and nano-sized biocompatible particles in the blood[91]
  • Splanchnic and haemodynamic data as prognostic indexes in MODS patients[92]
  • Physical characterization of a new biomaterial for wound management[93]
  • In Vivo Study of a New Active Glass for Bone Repair: Short Term Results[94]
  • Success and Failure of Experimental Active Glasses in Periodontal Disease Repair[95]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Stefano Montanari, Malattia tromboembolica venosa e filtri cavali, a cura di Claudio Rabbia e Guglielmo Emanuelli, Torino: Edizioni Minerva Medica, 2000
  • Stefano Montanari, La carne addosso, Roma: Serarcangeli, 2003
  • Stefano Montanari, L'insidia delle polveri sottili e delle nanoparticelle (DVD+libro), a cura di Sonia Toni, Diegaro di Cesena: Macro, 2007
  • Antonietta Gatti, Stefano Montanari, Nanopathology, Singapore: Pan Stanford: 2007.
  • Stefano Montanari, L'Insidia delle Polveri Sottili (DVD), Editore Macro: 2007.
  • Stefano Montanari, Il girone delle polveri sottili, Diegaro di Cesena: Macro, 2008
  • Stefano Montanari (a cura di), Lo stivale di Barabba, Arianna editore, 2008.
  • Stefano Montanari (a cura di), Rifiuto: Riduco e Riciclo, Arianna Editrice, 2009.
  • Stefano Montanari, Maratona!, Società Editrice Andromeda, 2009.
  • Stefano Montanari, Il Futuro Bruciato (come ci stanno incenerendo la salute insieme al pianeta), illustrazioni di Vilfred Moneta, Edizioni Creativa, 2009.
  • A.M. Gatti and S. Montanari, Nanocontamination of the Soldiers in a Battle Space in Nanomaterials: Risks and Benefits (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security), Springer Netherlands, 2009.

Filmography[edit]

  • Checosamanca (2006), interpreta se stesso sulle ricerche di nanopatologie, regia M. Berrini e M. Parenti, prodotto da RAI Cinema e Feltrinelli.[96]
  • Sporchi da morire (expcted) (2009), nella parte di se stesso, regia di Marco Carlucci.[97]

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