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Originally posted by ragiusnotiel
Here's an interesting (new) one from NC on the same day as the Miami zombie incident..
Mysterious death prompts Person authorities to seize dog
"He should have bite marks on his arms, neck, everywhere – all over his body," he said. "A dog is going for you. "Why was he naked? I guess my dog took his clothes off?" he continued.
Supposed dog attack.. but the guy has an interesting point.. Why was the dude naked?
Why was the dude naked?
Do a google search on 'Synthia'. It is a synthetic life form invented in 2010 by Craig Venter.
Originally posted by BeneathTheRoses
I've been following this thread for a couple days (long time lurker, recently signed up) and its obvious that all of these events are happening along the coast. Could this be the effects of Corexit (the oil dispersant) that's being sprayed there? If not then it most certainly has something to do with the Atlantic.
Shrimpers who were exposed to a mixture of oil and Corexit dispersant in the Gulf of Mexico suffered severe symptoms such as muscle spasms, heart palpitations, headaches that last for weeks and bleeding from the rectum, according to a marine toxicologist who issued the warning Friday on a cable news network. Dr. Susan Shaw, founder and director of the Marine Environmental Research Institute, said during a CNN broadcast that after personally diving the oil spill in late May, a “very fiery sore throat” plagued her from inhaling fumes coming off the water. Because she was covered from head to toe in a protective suit, Dr. Shaw was spared direct exposure. Source: Raw Story (s.tt...)
n the video below entitled, Canaries in the Coal Mine -- Gulf Blue Plague Warnings, Michael Edwards reports that Corexit includes .16, arsenic, the main poison, in it, and that the synthetic bacteria are both linked to negative effects on humans and wildlife, especially birds.
But there are fears that the research, detailed in the journal Science, could be abused to create the ultimate biological weapon, or that one mistake in a lab could lead to millions being wiped out by a plague, in scenes reminiscent of the Will Smith film I Am Legend.