reply to post by Pryde87
Originally posted by Pryde87 reply to post by
Thanks for your reply. Maybe you could offer some insight into the topic though next time instead of just picking your
argument with my attitude.
You might be right but I am human and when I see ignorance and a post aimed only to cause pain to others then sometimes I break with character and I
engage it. It is not personal I do not even know you but your post raised my hackles because firstly it was not needed in my opinion and secondly I
could not understand why the negativity. In any case I jumped the gun and made a backside of myself.
Originally posted by Pryde87 Why do you believe what you do? Why am I wrong?
I believe what I do because there are vast swathes of data on the condition and they cannot all be the imaginations of a fevered and self deluded
The condition is ongoing and seems to jump species so unless a dog can develop its owners condition the idea that it is all in the mind just does not
seem correct. That is why I think you were wrong in the argument you put forward and wrong in the way you put it as you went under the assumption that
sufferers are self deluded and as if they do not have enough to deal with they must be idiots too?
Originally posted by Pryde87 Tell me and discuss. If you dont like opinion then this site isnt for you.
Now this is more like it and this site is for me but I only doubt it when I come across posts such as you wrote earlier in this thread that derided
and ridiculed the Morgellons sufferer out of hand and with no care for how it would make them feel. Humans are humans even if you cannot see them your
words can still hurt them and what goes around comes right back at you eventually I know that from experience. I digress.
It is great that you are willing to discuss because when you entered the thread you seemed to enter with your mind already made up and to attack but
that said I am happy to discuss of course and I obviously mistook you for a bad egg.
Originally posted by Pryde87 You can hurl insults at me all day under the mask of elequence or you can actually state some fact. You
seem quite happy with yourself for linking cattle mutilation and an imaginary disease....High Five!
Thanks but I have to say that sarcasm has been mentioned somewhere I forget as being the lowest form of wit but we have butted heads enough and I see
nothing to be gained from continuing our war of words especially as you are willing to discuss the condition as I am.
As to fact well all I can post is what I have read as I have never met a Morgellons sufferer and I have not developed the condition so I probably know
as much as the next person but that said I am always reading more on the subject and all we can really do is share what we know.
Originally posted by Pryde87 Personally, I believe it was HAARP. That is the problem with ATS, people love to speculate about wild and
crazy ideas until they actually end up believing them themselves.
I have heard theories on it being HAARP too and I agree that people here love to speculate about wild ideas until the actually believe them but I do
not see that as necessarily a bad thing because in speculating it is easy to start to believe after a long while of going round and round and I am
certainly guilty of that myself.
I do not see how HAARP could account for the strange physiological symptoms and I would think the probable cause lies more with a virus or bacterium
that seems on face value to have been purposefully manipulated in a lab rather than with a technological device that is purported to interact directly
with the environment.
Originally posted by Pryde87 If there were more people who thought logically on this site we would get a lot further. The sad truth is
that most explanations are boring and people with a penchant for the extraordinary prefere to believe the interesting explanation, which is 9 times
out of 10 wrong.
I cannot disagree with you there and in agreeing with you I certainly feel guilty for my bad behaviour towards you earlier and I have to ask you to
accept my sincere apologies as I realise I can come across as pompous but that said intonation, facial expression and body language is very difficult
if not impossible to get across in a faceless online environment.
I am now guilty of attacking a member I had assumed to be a baiting troll and though others might be able to attack another in forums all over, I find
the energy distasteful and not at all welcome even though at the time I believed that you deserved it (but not now).
Obviously I need to log off for a while and regain my perspective as I never thought I would behave in such a way and I am not happy to have hindsight
after the fact - foresight before the act would be much more useful.
Originally posted by Pryde87 Anyway, lets not get too off topic. Back to Morgellons, why would it be linked to cattle mutilation, where
does the disease come from, is it alien or government created, wheres the conspiracy? You already know I believe it to be delusional parasitosis. Now
its your turn.
As the OP linked on page one there is a part of the article ...
The results showed that the fibers were made from human serum albumin (the liquid part of human blood that contains proteins) and cytoskeletal
keratin (the stuff our hair and fingernails are made from). That would be expected if these fibers were just fine body hairs or fuzz, but what was
making them fluorescent?
Upon further examination, the fluorescent properties were found to come from a soluble substance that contained proteins from some very unusual
• a protein found in cow's milk (casein alpha S1)
As you are no doubt aware from reading accounts of cattle mutilations, often the animals have their udders partially or totally removed. That is why I
think there may be significance, a link to the cattle mutilations when it comes to the overall Morgellons phenomenon. Of course this is a new theory
that I have only started thinking about as this link was only made by me after reading this thread.
I intend to read much more on Morgellons and cattle mutilations with a mind to finding some sort of common ground between the two. I sincerely doubt I
will find any proof I can use as evidence as I am just a normal Joe and not a dedicated and skilled researcher but we all play our part I think.
The link seems to be sound and genuine and I see no reason to doubt that cow proteins have been found in the Morgellons fibres.
Once again, my apologies for earlier – time to log off and get a grip!
PS: I am not eloquent as you say, I just happen to have a knack for smoothing out a sentence or three, but I thank you anyway.
Have a star