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The images are superb.
Please post more if you can. The spectroscopy images do appear
to show metals - I do remember you mentioning this waaayy back.
The fibre images are interesting also because I've noticed alot
of my fibres are tape like in structure.
Two more..I hope someone is out there that can make sense of them.
It was the fact that the PhD student was starting that I found interesting. If the time frame for a doctorate is the same in the USA as in the UK then it should be 3 to 4 years when the thesis will be finished but in the meantime there should be publications, possibly a literature review conference paper in the first year etc. Research papers means peer review and GPs will only recognise an illness if another medically trained doctor says that it exists. The glacier at the primary care interface should recede in the next decade!!
Go to the NIH site and then place in Morgellons..they have the PUBMED article there but if you go to the CDC nothng is listed.....yet.
And any research is a good thing.
I keep praying.
Would you be so kind as to share the link you found since you stated it is "public domain". I would like to gleen the information from the work as a whole in order to get a better understanding from my own perspective.
here is more analysis of the fibres from a link to a website in the lymebusters "picture" section
and an image of a multi strand blue fibre from one of my fuzz balls.
Some of the fibres in the images Randy posted seem to be "triples"
It occurs to me also, that the difference in the spelling of Fiber (US) and Fibre (UK) will skew search results....
Let me see if I can get the site from the pictures I have saved. My computer crashed but I had these on saved disk...so give me a moment....propertied does not have it but it was Iowa State. I will keep on looking.
Excellent, excellent, excellent site. Thank you.
You must not miss this site. This is very professional and very well done.
Thank you .
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