Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
Your question is not overlooked.
I suggest that you send a certified letter to CDC and demand criminal investigation c.q intervention in relation to the unauthorized release of a highly modified GMO.
That will be the fastest way to get hold on the matter.
Next to this I advise people to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation.
Hello, I have been following this thread for quite a while, I guess for about 6 or 7 months maybe even longer, I'm not too sure, but I'm just trying to make sense of some of the posts. Unfortunately my brain just won't take me to the scientific level that most participants here seem to be at, and for that reason, I have felt that I didn't have much to offer any fellow sufferers, and have not posted. I live in New Mexico, and have been suffering with this nightmare for almost a year and a half, and just recently, have accepted the fact that I do have the same curse or sickness as what some are calling Morgellons. At first I thought that this was my own personal nightmare, simply because every time I explained my symptoms to doctors and family, they would just look at me blankly in disbelief of what they were hearing. This is something that to me has always been an impossibility! Something you read about in a science fiction book, or movie! And to be honest, If this wasn't happenning to me, and someone else was telling me about it, I would probably think that they were either on drugs, or needed to see a phsyciatrist. I have learned to be very humble this past year. This forum has become very important to me and while reading some of the more personal posts, I have found myself sitting here sobbing, and other times laughing outloud almost uncontrollably! I feel as though I personally know some the people posting here. I try to follow other forums such as [email protected], and sometimes I come across others. A couple of days ago I happenned upon one of the posters there calling another a Lurker. Quite harsh, I thought, and I didn't want to be put into that catagory, so I just wanted to let you all here know that I am here reading as well as trying to learn more about this situation and what can be done about it. Also, I wanted to let you all know that I appreciate your input and always look forward to reading here! Oh and finally to say hello to all of you!
We better educate ourselves on what the UN is doing.
okay, cant' get, closed minds............
here is more on the symbiosis.........
"We have used monocultures of the DMSP-producing dinoflagellates Pfiesteria piscicida, Pfiesteria shumwayae, and Pfiesteria-like (Cryptoperidiniopsis) dinoflagellates as our model system for studying Roseobacter-dinoflagellate interactions (2). Within these cultures, bacteria native to the algal niche assimilate dinoflagellate-derived nutrients and are intrinsically propagated with the dinoflagellates in continuous subcultures. The bacterial community inhabiting Pfiesteria cultures is diverse, containing at least 19 different species depending upon the strain examined (2). Some of these bacteria can be found physically attached to and aiding in the growth of the dinoflagellates, and a major component of this bacterial community consists of bacteria related to Roseobacter species (2).
In a previous report (23), we isolated and identified four DMSP-degrading Roseobacter species from a P. piscicida culture. All of the Roseobacter species isolated from these dinoflagellates degrade DMSP (23), and one, strain Silicibacter sp. strain TM1040, is highly motile in semisolid agar and in liquid media (15). In this report, we tested the hypothesis that strain TM1040 is chemotactic towards specific molecules produced by the dinoflagellate.".......
"TM1040 possesses three lophotrichous flagella. Prior to beginning studies of chemotaxis, motile cells of TM1040 were visualized by TEM to confirm the presence, number, and location of flagella. As shown in Fig. 1, TM1040 is a small (ca. 1.0- to 1.5-μm) rod- or oval-shaped bacterium with at least three lophotrichous flagella. These flagella are located at one end of the cell, slightly off-center from the cell pole. An analysis of the structure of filaments suggests that they are simple filaments, rather than the complex forms found in Silicibacter pomeroyi DSS-3 (14) or other α-proteobacteria (27).
stop the zapping you hackers!
Hmmmm. Something smells bad, ohhh, i'm sorry, it's me. I just stepped in a big steaming pile of bullshit. A lie by omission is still a lie. What you suggest to do is basically impossible to begin without some concrete data. Please quit playing around with this issue and provide more than images if you do in fact have anything else to give.
Anyone wanting to help us organize now that we have Democrats (YEH!) in the House and Senate..call me or write me.
Herein, begins a big problem. They have used reverse psychology for so long now they cannot tell lies from any form of truth.
But, they let slip once in a while.
Hooks right into UN. Been there quite a while haven't they?
It isn't about D or R it is about the PEOPLE. There is more going on here and we know it.
This is just the beginning. They created most of this mess, and you know it.
The scientists have been there a long time, haven't they? Prove me wrong, but, most are democrats. IMO, except for the I's, and they are growing.
Let us hope that the money goes to reasearch and that we can find out if it did being that it is a public company. Any actuaries out there?
Pick your worm.
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This was in 1999:
Human Gongylonema infection in a resident of New York City.
Eberhard ML, Busillo C.
Division of Parasitic Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia 30341-3724, USA.
A case of infection with Gongylonema is described in a 41-year-old woman living in New York City. The patient sought medical attention with the complaint of a sensation of 1-year duration of something moving in her mouth. On two occasions she removed worms from her mouth, once from her lip, once from the gum. One of the specimens submitted for examination was an adult female Gongylonema. It is not possible to say whether the infection was acquired in New York City, or elsewhere, since the patient traveled frequently to Mississippi to visit relatives. As cases of delusional parasitosis continue to increase, clinicians and laboratorians alike need to be alert to the possibility that foreign objects removed from the mouth, or elsewhere, may indeed represent unusual parasitic infections, and that these objects should be examined before being discarded.
PMID: 10432055 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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