I'd be willing to have anyone attempt to infect me with this, that's how strong my disbelief is. Assuming of course this person has been tested and
doesn't have any known diseases that I could contract from them.
I'm not calling anyone a liar, or downplaying your suffering. I do believe that people are struggling and suffering. I just honestly don't believe
it's some government developed nano virus, "chemtrail" related, of alien origin, or anything like that.
I've read quite a lot about this, listened to shows on C2C about it, watched videos, etc. I've come to the conclusion it's a mix of some people with
real, but known skin conditions, some people who are being exposed to chemicals or skin irritants from their job or something in their environment,
and some people with mental issues causing the lesions themselves due to constant scratching/irritation of the skin.
Various drugs can cause people to think there are spiders or insects crawling on them, and they scratch themselves raw, cut into their skin, etc. Are
there really spiders and insects crawling all over their skin? No, it's a mental issue do to the drugs. The exact same thing could be happening to
some people, from a mix of drugs and others who have non-drug related mental problems. Like I said I don't think this is all of the people, but a
portion of them.
Then the rest are just people with known skin problems, or who are coming into contact with chemicals or something else in their daily lives.
Like I said, I'd honestly be willing to have someone attempt to give me Morgellons as long as they were tested and didn't have any known skin
conditions that I could catch.
As for the fibers and lesions, I'd like to have someone studied very intensively. Put them under observation 24/7 and do not let them itch themselves
at all, do not let them wear any clothing other than white clothing. If new lesions appear, or fibers appear that are not white, then we'd know the
lesions with the fibers are not simply self induced wounds getting contaminated with fibers from their clothing. Then test the for all known skin
conditions. Putting this person under observation and detainment would also make sure they aren't exposed to anything in their environment like
certain chemicals that could be irritating their skin.
Such a test would be quite simple and cheap for any medical establishment or patient. It would be time consuming and invasive, but if someone really
wants to prove this is real, and not just some known skin condition or environmental factor it'd be worth it.
I just want to repeat I really don't want to offend or insult anyone. I believe people are suffering, there is no doubt about that. The cause of the
suffering is the part I take issue with.
One big issue I have why would doctors deny this exists? If you think that every doctor in the country is involved in some massive conspiracy to deny
the existence of morgellons, I think that'd be a good indication you have mental problem. Doctors are regular people. And there are TONS of them. To
think they all are involved in a coverup is just ridiculous and literally impossible.
For a doctor, to find and research a brand new disease is a pretty big deal. Pretty much any of them would love to do this, their name would get big,
they'd get a lot of attention and increase their profile. So what would stop doctors from actually finding out about morgellons? I've yet to hear any
credible reason for this. Most of the time people just sound super paranoid, that all doctors are CIA plants, they are being mind controlled, etc. A
nice logical explanation of why all the doctors in the country are colluding to coverup a disease would be a step in the right direct.
14-8-2012 by James1982 because: (no reason given)