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Originally posted by Pryde87
This is ridiculous. It is nothing more than peoples paranoid fantasies coupled with a low intelligence/mental illness or a desire for attention. Some of these posts so far have made me laugh, there are people on here who would jump at their own shadow. The government is not releasing super nano technology bugs into the water supply which turns you into a human sewing machine. I would advise a trip to the psychiatrist for those who have this "disease". As mentioned by some of the more straigh forward posters on here, it is a hypochondriacs dream
The association of Morgellons Disease with dirt and soil where Agrobacterium lives, the widespread use of Agrobacterium in genetic engineering of plants, and the ability of Agrobacterium to infect human cells, all point towards a possible role of genetic engineering in the aetiology of Morgellans disease via Agrobacterium.
Extensive genetic manipulation of Agrobacterium does have the potential to transform it into an aggressive human pathogen. Genetic engineering is nothing if not enhanced and facilitated horizontal gene transfer and recombination, which is widely acknowledged to be the main route for creating new pathogens. Mae-Wan Ho was among an international panel of scientists have raised this very issue in 1998, calling for a public enquiry into the possible contributions of genetic engineering biotechnology to the aetiology of infectious diseases which has greatly increased since genetic engineering began in the 1970s .
The epidemiological data of Morgellons Disease are very incomplete, and the Morgellons Research Foundation’s registry of more than 12 000 families afflicted worldwide is almost certainly only a fraction of the emerging epidemic. Still, it is significant that the majority of the cases are in the United States, the first country to release GM crops and remaining the top producer ever since.
Originally posted by prevenge
then you should be addressing him in particular, about what he thinks is going on in his body
where'd you get your Phd?
like "water dripping down the leg" sensation.. being attributed to Multiple Schlerosis.. which is clinically diagnosed and medically treated..
or no like.. heat flashes which signal menopause which is medically treated.
oh wait no.. the memory loss from Alzheimers is psychosomatic.. and has no biologic role.. and isn't treated medically.. oh wait yes it is..
Originally posted by Pryde87 reply to post by SmokeJaguar67Thanks for your reply. Maybe you could offer some insight into the topic though next time instead of just picking your argument with my attitude.
Originally posted by Pryde87 Why do you believe what you do? Why am I wrong?
Originally posted by Pryde87 Tell me and discuss. If you dont like opinion then this site isnt for you.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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 organisms:
• a protein found in cow's milk (casein alpha S1)