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The scientists suggested that Morgellons victims may suffer from a condition similar to “delusional infestation,” in which people imagine bugs or other critters invading their bodies. “No common underlying medical condition or infectious source was identified,” wrote Eberhard and his colleagues. But people who believe they suffer from Morgellons said that was exactly the result they expected from a government agency trying to cover up a larger problem. “I’m pretty sure they’ll say we’re all delusional,” said Jan Smith, 62, a Concord, N.H. woman who runs the website “Morgellons Exposed,”which details her 15-year battle with the perplexing disorder. Her theories include fears that Morgellons is caused by alien beings implanting nano-technology in humans. “There’s so much more to this than a medical condition,” Smith said. “There’s something being hidden.”
By gently heating fibrin in water it regains its original appearance. By heat it is decomposed, fusing and burning with a brilliant flame, and leaving a shining charcoal behind.
The fibrin from the blood of oxen is much more difficult burn than that from man. This arises probably from former containing more phosphate of lime than the. Before the incineration of the fibrin these substances cannot be obtained by the action of acids.