Before you go believing "but they saw it was clothes fibers!", where is the PROOF of that? There may be proof, I don't have time to research this
much. Show us proof of the studies along with pictures that show these people are all crazy.
I find page 4 of this link disgusting. They are instructed to dismiss people as insane if they claim there are fibers in their skin. Really?! Is that
a scientific approach? Assume insanity, push meds, take their money. Money money money. Gross.
One source listed is a dead link. In fact nothing comes up on mayoclinic now when searching for "morgellons". The other link is
, which is equally as...interesting. The second half starts talking about
One point though: Do most morgellons victims believe in chemtrails? The chemtrail conspiracy can be psychologically damaging. I mean, we all know the
air is toxic and I'm not saying these people are delusional. I just know that for ME, once I fully believed in chemtrails, I didn't want to leave the
house and wanted to wear a respirator in public. Good times lol.
I would love to see either PROOF that the fibers only burned over 1000 degrees, or that they are cotton delusions. It wouldn't be hard for any
scientist to determine if a fiber was cotton, nylon, etc.
If it does burn at 1400 degrees, and it's some normal material, it's obviously either silica, fiberglass, nextel, etc. Basically a glass or ceramic
fiber, not a natural fiber. If they're all different colors, I would think that rules out commercial fiberglass in the attic being the cause. Unless
they make blue and red fiberglass for houses. It's not like there are millions of different fibers on this earth that can withstand 1000+ degree
Point being, it shouldn't be hard to get a definate answer. Where's the proof for either side? Please share if you have it.
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