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Postby in_the_uk » Thu Apr 06, 2006 11:20 pm

Hi London, what actually happened was that on the first night that I blitzed the internet for Ed and came up with morgellons I actually sent emails to 3 universities in the uk. One email went to a prof called Cohen in Southamptom whose name I had seen on the bottom of a page somewhere, it might even have been this board. I follwoed that email up the following morning and his secretary told me to take all the info that I had and get Ed to his GP. That is why we ended up at A & E that night. When I did get a reply from Cohen he didn't couldn't help. I sent another to a Prof at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and got referred to their travel clinic. A doctor there said that "he will help any doctor to make a diagnosis by testing samples of the materials to which he (Ed) was exposed." Ed got a letter of referal to Liverpool and an appointment was sent to the Health Centre but for some reason the plug was pulled, the explanation was that Ed had already been to see one specialist and another would be wasting NHS money. Remember that Ed is diagnosed as delusional. Also, I had read that 18 out of 20 people with morgellons test positve for borrelia burgdorferi (the rason why I am doing the salt & vit C from lymephotos.com) so I asked for Ed to have his blood tested for that bacteria while we waited for Liverpool. That came back negative. So they said that there was nothing that the doc in Liverpool could do. To be honest I didn't go in with Ed and so I know the story as I have related it.

The third Prof that I sent an email to was at Manchester in Life Sciences whose topic is: immunity to parasitic infection. I followed up the email with a phone call but got ni answer and no email reply. So I phoned him today. He told me that they don't really organise research like that. I'm not sure that that is the complete answer. I think that it depends on whether the project is interest driven or whether someone has approached the uni. I would imagine if I was a drug company he would have explained a little further. I have done projects where a small company has approached the uni and then the project gets passed to a student/ supervisor.

The fact is though that I spoke with him for maybe five or ten minutes and he has read my email and so he has been told about the fibre disease.

I am going back to my GP in the morning (hopefully) and I am going to tell him that the eczma cream that he gave me last time has not had an effect on the fibres and that I would like an appointment with the School of Tropical Medicine in Liverpool. I have not had any previous referals and I am far too rational to be diagnosed DOP and I have tried his cream, so he should not be able to refuse.

I think that it is still a good plan. It just needs a bit of tweaking. I still don't know why we don't organise a conference.

Helen

Also - I think that I want to say a big WELL DONE to Lynne, who is currently free of the fibres. I am sure that it takes dedication and committment.
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Postby Linn » Thu Apr 06, 2006 11:40 pm

Thank you Helen, I am keeping my fingers crossed, summer is comming and that is the time of year of my initial infest in 1999.
What it took is gallons and gallons of vinegar and smelling like a picle all the time. :lol:
and to keep my sense of humor so as not to sucumb to depression.
And not wanting any one to see my arms too :(
alas, they are full of scars, not from scratching but burrowing delusions. :roll:

I hope you lick your "whatevers" too :)
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Postby in_the_uk » Thu Apr 06, 2006 11:54 pm

Lynne, humour is such a good defence.

I was looking at buy some acetic acid today. I am sure that it would be more economical to buy it stronger in a large quantity and then dilute myself. I will see what the email brings tomorrow.

I am not sure how it is going with me. Certainly if I rub irritant on my hands they do not pop up as readily as they used to but if I persist they appear.

I have no sense of smell so I don't know (and don't care) what I smell like when I get out of the bath and smell of vinegar and dettol. I'm cleaner than anyone who would care to criticise.

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Postby London » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:18 am

Patrick,

Okay, thanks for the tip!

Lynne, I THINK the insects (mosquitos anyway), being attracted to some
individuals (like me) more thatn others is from the amount of B1 in their
system.

To all:
Here is what our Bov't has to say on Pesticedes and Food:

http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/op/primer ... nformation


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Postby Linn » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:29 am

London,
do you think this originated in the Bay area and or/Texas?
and what do you think of the idea that it originated maybe in Mexico?

My hypothesis is that I contacted it from some Mexican migrants who were fishing around the same pond where I had the initial contact.

helen, says the crate came from the Bay area.
Both Texas and California has a lot of Mexican immigrants.

Just curious as to if there is a big epidemic in Mexico too.

I wonder if I can find out by google Mexican Morgellons cases or something.
What are your thoughts?
I know you said your mom lives in Texas right?
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Postby in_the_uk » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:57 am

Lynne, just to confuse the issue. The crate did come from the Bay Area, but it also travelled in the cargo hold of, I presume, a plane. It could have become infected in the plane. don't know how likely that is.

Also, something that I heard of tonight: Vinegar of four thieves. It might interest you to do a google.

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Postby Linn » Fri Apr 07, 2006 1:02 am

engine (and case) came from the Bay area of California. My friend is very ill with it and has been trying to deal with it since last July. He has been diagnosed


oh I was referring to the above???

I am confused
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Postby London » Fri Apr 07, 2006 8:12 am

Lynne,

I think it originated in/around Finland/The Netherlands/ The Baltic Sea
Black sea.

I think the gulf stream brought it here. I think the hole in the ozone has a big-arse part in this as well as GM Foods-especially the corn! And back to the ozone.....this is where a lot of the particles come in....

I also think this creature might have developed naturally in the ocean from the ships ballast. New species just eventually evolved. They even have a jellyfish and their is a squid that is indiginous to Hawaii >well these two creatures both glow in the dark, hence there is that aspect of our disease.....They are called Mesoplankton.

Now here is what I do not know......who invented the genetically modified
Mesoplankton and what lab was it in?

I heard that there is only 3 labs in the world that can actually do these special skin grafting techniques.......

I also think that the virulent, poisonous plants are involved wwith this disease.

Especially one (or More) from S. America. They have the largest
kingdom of plants- I think they lead in this area.

I also think fiber optics are heavily invoved in this too. I think they have some type of man-made ocean set up in a lab that makes the tubules: the thought that comes to my mind is sort of like a fake coral......

They used algea in food products and I have a darn document stating this.
How sick are the freakos we call our Gov't- I'd love to spit

in their faces.

I also believe these fibers are cancer forming.

I think one will see that the next big thing will be Mass Spectometry!!!


Wow, Lynne- glad you asked!!!


London

I also think Mercury is involved. Our oceans' fish are full of Mercury!


and I nearly forgot: The Chemtrails too
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HERE you go> algea:

Abstract
Data are being collected which appear to support the use of unicellular algae for human food. Analyses of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and vitamins indicate that unicellular green algae, especially Chlorella, should be excellent sources of these nutrients. The effectiveness of the algae for the support of growth of chickens, mice, rats, and rabbits has been found to be good. However, only limited studies have been done with humans. The problem of acceptability varies with the nationality of the subjects and the preparation of the food. Serious gaps still exist both in the technology of production and in the experimentation required to establish nutritional value. Nutrition studies using algae free of bacteria are urgently needed
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Postby in_the_uk » Fri Apr 07, 2006 11:12 am

Didn't mean to confuse you Lynne. The engine and crate DID come from The Bay Area of Califronia. I posted an idea the other day to suggest that quite obviously it had been exposed to other possible sources of infection on its journey, including the cargo hold. In which case there is the possiblity that there is another case of morgellons going on in the uk as we speak.
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Postby Linn » Fri Apr 07, 2006 11:46 am

HI Helen, I know I saw that you are near UKguy a
nd he was not exposed to the crate. So can you do
some detective work to find where. how. what it was
exposed?
London, I printed that to read later
looks very interesting. :(

OK its off to the grind.... :x
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Postby in_the_uk » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:13 pm

Lynne, ukguy has had the problem for around 4 years. There is no connection between ukguy's infection and the crate.

Ed has repeatedly asked the man who owns the engine if he can contact the man that he bought it from and find out if he is ok. The man who owns the engine has been a bit slow doing that but he has come back and says that the man that he bought if from is ok.

I was specualting that the crate had been exposed to other possible sources of contamination, for instance, on the plane. Really what I need to do is get the email address of the man who sold the engine and speak to him myself.

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Postby tamtam » Fri Apr 07, 2006 12:44 pm

Mesocosm experiment.

Would not apply for a target that is at least C3.

Just environmentally resistant, pathogenic, contagious and straight from the reaction tube.

A synthetic vector does exist.

Data transfer makes geografical postion (as actual epi center) less important.

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