Friday, November 17, 2023

MK ULTRA: I can trace Dr. Diandra Leslie Pelecky as far as probably two/three years before she headed to university(I was probably 6 or 7 years of age in 1977), but not much prior

Thats not bad for a little guy from Slovenia(Yugoslavia back then). To my knowledge and I could be mistaken, Diandra Leslie Pelecky had a sister or even two. Older or younger I have no clue, but difference in age was for about two/three or even more years. Flirting my entire life with her, she knows

more about me that I know about her. I never managed to get beyond hear beauty despite asking her on million occasions whether she was or not married. She did snugged at times with some man when I was present and what all couples involved did. She was very supportive for as long as it made sense to her and that despite warnings from others and even myself who no longer wanted to see myself in any of it was throughout entire MK Ultra procedure. 

It could be Diandra Leslie Pelecky is of half Indian ruts. I think she was the only one of three young women in family that I repeatedly liked. Exceptionally attractive(once I smelled female that was waw, I disregarded whatever I have seen/met along the way and insisted on whatever my heart craved for is why). Her sister on whom mother insisted me was also beautiful, but Diandra Leslie Pelecky was it for me.

Diandra Leslie Pelecky moved to Nebraska on her own in 1998 or so upon university graduation/doctoral degree. A bit info rock for me on here, but I will sort it out. Its also possible those were her half sisters - possibly step mother issue.

She got married indeed sometimes before 2000. Probably in 1996/1997 or so and has child(grown up) I just was posted into rather weird yahoo news sector what meant that she wants to be on the picture so be it. I don't think any of the info posted above is anywhere on the internet. 

She visited our house in Novo mesto for illuminati meetings and I bet alone. WHAT !!????

I know she is right now you said that wrong I told you...


Diandra Leslie-Pelecky earned undergraduate degrees in physics and philosophy from the University of North Texas and a Ph.D. in condensed matter physics from Michigan State University. She spent most of her academic career in the Department of Physics at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.


Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Diandra was a leading researcher in the field of nanomedicine. Her research focused on magnetic nanoparticles – small spheres with diameters a fraction of the width of a human hair.

In addition to fundamental studies of magnetism in these materials, she developed nanoparticles for medical diagnosis and treatment processes including drug delivery, magnetic resonance imaging and chemotherapy.

Her research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Energy, the Office of Naval Research and other federal and state funding agencies. She has over 60 peer-reviewed scientific papers and is the co-Editor of the book Biomedical Applications of Nanotechnology.

Science Education and Outreach

Diandra has been involved with science education for K-12 schools, future science teachers, and the public since graduate school. She was one of the founders of the Michigan State Science Theatre project. Her education and outreach projects have been supported primarily by the National Science Foundation.

Motorsports Writer

The author of the book The Physics of NASCAR, Diandra blogs about the science of auto racing at Building Speed. She appears every other Friday on the SiriusXM Speedway satellite radio program (NASCAR Channel 90) to comment on current tech-related events. She has served as a guest, contributor or writer for motorsports programming on ESPN, H2 and VOOM HD, as well as the National Science Foundation’s Science of Speed web series.

Public Speaking

Diandra in a much-in-demand speaker, as evidenced by her selection as a Sigma Xi Distinguished Speaker. She speaks for technical and non-technical audiences, including addresses sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Physical Society.

She has been covered in outlets as diverse as the New York Times Science Times and Sports Illustrated, as well as in professional society publications such as C&EN and the Materials Research Society Bulletin.

Diandra Leslie-Pelecky earned undergraduate degrees in physics and philosophy from the University of North Texas and a Ph.D. in condensed matter physics from Michigan State University. She spent the majority of her twenty-year academic career as a nanomaterials research and educator at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Her research in magnetic nanomaterials was funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy. She developed fundamental understanding of magnetic materials as well as applications of nanomaterials to medical diagnosis and treatment processes such as magnetic resonance imaging and chemotherapy. LesliePelecky is nationally recognized for her work in science education and outreach at all levels, having directed projects education and outreach projects funded primarily by the National Science Foundation. Leslie-Pelecky is a popular speaker with technical and non-technical audiences, including addresses for the public sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, numerous science museums, and the American Physical Society. Her book, The Physics of NASCAR, was excerpted by TIME magazine and has been featured in publications from the Materials Research Bulletin to Sporting News. Her blog ( focuses on the science of motorsports and is avidly read by NASCAR fans and insiders. Diandra has written for and appeared in number of motorsports-related television broadcasts, including segments for ESPN (one of which won the 2010 Aflac Motorsports Journalism Award of Excellence), an episode of the Emmy-winning series Quest for the Cup, was host and writer for the National Science Foundation project The Science of Speed, and will appear in a segment for the upcoming History Channel show Invisible. She is a bi-weekly guest on the SiriusXM Speedway satellite radio program where she uses science to debunk “NASCAR Myths” for motorsports fans

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