Skip to comments.Morgellons - World wide plague - it's about to hit the fan.
Posted on 08/14/2006 6:09:53 AM PDT by Scythian
The mysterious Morgellons Fibre Disease might be an example of a mutation that should have never happened, but is now a worldwide tragedy (See world map) and might be the beginning of a whole new trend. The disease presents us with the strange case of a bacterial mutation with a simultaneous parasite mutation, their symbiotic linkup, and the production of filaments and gels in the body that are not biological in nature.
The disease is both quite new and highly mysterious. According to a report it is carried into human biology by nematodes that are tiny wormlike parasites that might have been originally engineered for pest control. By mysterious circumstance that no one can explain, the nematodes have become the symbiotic host for 'bacteria' that are said to have been engineered to synthesise fine fibres for the textile industry. For some strange and unexplained reason the biologically engineered nematodes got away from pest control and developed a liking for human flesh.
The rest of the frightening story ...
I can tell you people are getting this from clothes they are buying, it is in the clothes coming from china and elsewhere.
I've seen this before. I believe it's been debunked.
I thought that Bird Flu was the worldwide epidemic tragedy that was in the making...
I believe it was "The Chairmen of the Board" who first begged, "Give me just a little more time..."
Is this another one of those "meme"s?
An interesting disease, but the article quickly devolves into black conspiracy theories and moonbattery.
Just wash your new clothes in hot soapy water.
There! Problem solved.
Effective today I will become a Howard Hughes-type recluse so I can avoid the risks of the real world.
I have misplaced my tinfoil hat.
(in before the Snopes Debunking)
By the way, the last time this came around, most of the cases were in Southern Texas, and it was pretty clear that illegal immigrants from Mexico were to blame.
I love the scapegoat-of-the-day approach to immunological research.
Then I guess we'll all haveta run around naked as jaybirds...........
Well, the French are doomed! See? there's a silver lining in every cloud!..........
I just asked the same thing to my girlfriend.
What ever happened to the Bird Flu?
Has more than a tinge of Luddite-ism in the article.
Some scientists are saying that it's 'all in their heads', others are saying that it is very real. Go figure.
...Presentations of Morgellons are frequently diagnosed as delusional parasitosis. The symptoms of delusional parasitosis are very similar to those presented by a Morgellons sufferer who rejects conventional diagnosis of their symptoms, or who presents a belief in the existence of an organism that cannot be observed except by the patient. There is no agreed upon differential diagnosis since Morgellons is not an accepted medical condition...
I'm sure somehow this is Bush's fault
|Frightening Skin Disease Invades L.A. (Morgellons)
|Posted by BurbankKarl
On News/Activism 05/19/2006 5:46:43 PM CDT · 137 replies · 5,099+ views
KCAL9 ^ | 5/19/06 | KCBS
Moregellons Makes Your Skin Crawl With Threadlike Strings Coming Out Of Sores (CBS) LOS ANGELES It's a "mystery straight out of the "X-Files." But those who suffer from it will tell you it's painfully real. Imagine sweating "beads of a *black tar- like substance" -- or pulling colored threadlike strings from sores all over your body. Worst of all... not only are doctors unsure of what it is, many tell patients they're making it all up. The disease literally makes your skin feel like it's crawling-- but here's the real scary part for us. Out of the entire country, the...
|Doctors puzzled over bizarre infection surfacing in South Texas
|Posted by Responsibility2nd
On News/Activism 05/12/2006 8:44:12 AM CDT · 209 replies · 5,027+ views
KENS 5 Eyewitness News ^ | 05/12/2006 | Deborah Knapp
If diseases like AIDS and bird flu scare you, wait until you hear what's next. Doctors are trying to find out what is causing a bizarre and mysterious infection that's surfaced in South Texas. Morgellons disease is not yet known to kill, but if you were to get it, you might wish you were dead, as the symptoms are horrible. "These people will have like beads of sweat but it's black, black and tarry," said Ginger Savely, a nurse practioner in Austin who treats a majority of these patients. Patients get lesions that never heal. "Sometimes little black specks that...
So, where is the microspecular or AIR FTIR's on these?
So, no one has even applied 1980's technology, they just test it on .999 silver coins?
This is why there is Peer Review.(So the "Establishment" can suppress the truth, I suppose)?
This saddens and disappoints me.
We have enough trouble on Earth without making up new ones-And not very well, either. This is rolling Science back to alchemy.
Other news happened. It's still out there.
Hysterical hypochondriac alert!
From the website: "[K]nown in China as strongylus monospinigerum." Who knew the Chinese still speak Latin?
ROFLMAO!! Thanks! That brightened the despair I got from reading the article!
I shouldn't play with dead chicken when I go to Malaysia?
I agree with you. I'm always a little skeptical when the first step in solving a medical problem is to eliminate nuclear weapons. Also, if I boil my shirts for 12 1/2 hours the nematodes view it as a relaxing bath, but add 30 minutes and it kills the little buggers. Who discovered that little bit of information?
One of the links blames it on Martian meteorites. Just reading about all this makes me itch.
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I particularly liked this one: "... production of filaments and gels in the body that are not biological in nature." It's those darn fairies again ...
He lost me when he started ranting about DU.
I am not sure what to make of it nor have I seen it personally, so I draw no conclusions.
The airhead's snap answer is to box it all up and label delusional hypochondria. The old one excuse fits all isn't how medical science operates or we might as well bring back labotomies and give them to everyone.
Looks like Chicken Pox to me...
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