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South Florida News Report: Body Bugs

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posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 08:25 PM
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There's much to be said about detoxing and alkalizing the body as far as overall health is concerned. You can certainly try silver products like Sovereign Silver's Silver Hydrosol. You can also look into food grade hydrogen peroxide treatments if you're looking to take that route. If these things are in the skin, though, I'm wondering if the benefits of those products will only be addressing her internal health and not the real issue, unless the issues are integrated internally and externally.

Best of luck.




posted on Dec, 2 2007 @ 09:46 PM
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It is being denied simply because of the economic effects admission of its existence would generate. These ramifications are enormous, and hard to place into perspective. Reread my posts before this one for more on this aspect.

The 2nd reason, which is likely more important to consider than the above, is that an admission of an infectious, man made organism, is loose in public space, peoples reactions would be entirely unpredictable. Some type of "revolution", for lack of a better term, would likely become a realistic probability, because of public outcry and demand.

Only if major capital gain becomes a factor, will the infected be informed how bad they suffer.

Until then, Facts will be commercialized and kept inconclusive as long as possible.

Screening will only add more information to the present fact that quorum sensing made bacteria have gained the ability to grow multi cellular organisms including mammal and bird like expression.

www.youtube.com...

silentsuperbug-reference.blogspot.com...


Discussions with the CDC can be read here:
www.crossinglines.net...



posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 05:23 AM
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It's a movie

BUG (2006)
Based on a play by Tracy Letts, this claustrophobic thriller from Exorcist director William Friedkin focuses on the love story between a man (Michael Shannon) and a woman (Ashley Judd) convinced that the government is implanting insects in its citizens. Harry Connick Jr. plays the woman's abusive ex-husband in this nightmare tale of paranoia that takes place in an America where no one -- least of all the authorities -- can be trusted.



posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 12:21 PM
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Considering different scenarios… what if 1)an alien ship 2) mans transport of biological material or a combination of both disintegrated in earth’s air space and the particles mixed with other microbes, man made or otherwise and mutated into a living organism which would then attach itself to a host body. This would explain the strange new mutations of diseases which are now emerging. Please see below for the details about the red rain incident. The resulting combination could be used for bio terrorism (foreign or domestic).


The first red rain occurred hours after local people heard a loud, cracking sound -- possibly the high-altitude explosion of a small meteor. The elliptical pattern of red rainfall resembles the pattern of fragments when a meteor strikes at a low angle -- but no meteor fragments were found.

While rainfall commonly contains desert dust, Louis noted that the cells in the Kerala samples looked nothing like dust.

An electron-microscope photo "clearly shows that these particles are having a fine structure similar to biological cell (sic)," the Louis report said.


whyfiles.org...



This new biology proves our earlier hypothesis that these microbes are of extraterrestrial origin and also supports our earlier argument that the mysterious red rain of Kerala is due to the cometary delivery of the red spores into the stratosphere above Kerala.


arxiv.org...



Mysterious red cells might be aliens
More important, they argue, blood cells don't replicate. "We've already got some stunning pictures -- transmission electron micrographs -- of these cells sliced in the middle," Wickramasinghe says. "We see them budding, with little daughter cells inside the big cells."


www.cnn.com...


[edit on 4-12-2007 by Siren]



posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 12:31 PM
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morgellosn fibers are NOT biological..made in nature. They are nanomachines designed either on earth or elsewhere for as yet inknown purposes. The ' bugs ' if the are identifiable as an organism, is therefore NOT the same as Morgellons. Lice and other tiny bugs are not made in a lab; although in this day and age God only knows ehat deviations and changes the mad scientists have made to them.

But Morgellons sufferers are faced with a truly monumental task: Proving the fibers are real, and convincing the medical community to stop misdiagnosing real invasions of nanomachines as delusional parasititis. Doctors need to wake up and realize that they should be looking for the symptoms of yet unknown diseases due to the fact that the govt. is always experimenting with bad things in the air and water.



posted on Dec, 5 2007 @ 12:25 AM
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Considering different scenarios… what if 1)an alien ship 2) mans transport of biological material or a combination of both disintegrated in earth’s air space and the particles mixed with other microbes, man made or otherwise:



Perhaps not even alien. Makes you wonder what experiments were on the space shuttle when it exploded. These things happen and are scary and very real, as is the urge to want to look away from it all and deny its existence.


The agent causing this illness can be traced back to a certain place and time. I am aware of the likely release location, mid 70's and again around 2000, right before the start of the Afghanistan war. I am however not quite sure how I feel about directly it naming. How bout some key words instead?

artificial skin, wound dressings, bio-sensor, micro-flight, lockheed affair, lackland AFB, starfighter, fokker, Utrecht, bio remediation, quorum sensing, filamentous bacteria, fusarium, possible bio-weapon. Dual use.



posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 02:08 PM
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Originally posted by UnusualMe
It's a movie

BUG (2006)
Based on a play by Tracy Letts, this claustrophobic thriller from Exorcist director William Friedkin focuses on the love story between a man (Michael Shannon) and a woman (Ashley Judd) convinced that the government is implanting insects in its citizens. Harry Connick Jr. plays the woman's abusive ex-husband in this nightmare tale of paranoia that takes place in an America where no one -- least of all the authorities -- can be trusted.


Even when the truth is delivered softly and without bravado, it is swept away by self indulgent intrigue. Which is always more interesting.

Thanks for posting that. I thought of the movie the second I saw this thread but could not remember what it was called.




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