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Plastic Fibers Raining Down In Colorado
pooky
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It's raining plastic: microscopic fibers fall from the sky in Rocky Mountains

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019...roplastics

Discovery raises new questions about the amount of plastic waste permeating the air, water, and soil virtually everywhere on Earth

Plastic was the furthest thing from Gregory Wetherbee’s mind when he began analyzing rainwater samples collected from the Rocky Mountains. “I guess I expected to see mostly soil and mineral particles,” said the US Geological Survey researcher. Instead, he found multicolored microscopic plastic fibers.

The discovery, published in a recent study (pdf) titled “It is raining plastic”, raises new questions about the amount of plastic waste permeating the air, water, and soil virtually everywhere on Earth.

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It’s impossible to trace the tiny pieces back to their sources, Mason said, but almost anything that’s made of plastic could be shedding particles into the atmosphere. “And then those particles get incorporated into water droplets when it rains,” she added, then wash into rivers, lakes, bays and oceans and filter into groundwater sources.




I call horse sh*t on this sustainability coordinator.

People have been on this since the first reported case of Morgellons in 2003 and professionals and doctors called them crackpots and told patients that it was in their mind.

If that sustainability coordinator wanted a place to start to look for the origins, tell her to just look up at the sky.

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At least your president has totally helped there also! Just like with the drugs, and the environment and nukes and arms sales and making Saudi Arabia the best!
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14 Thousand People Have Morgellons Disease But CDC Says It Doesn’t Exist
By Rebecca Savastio on April 29, 2014

https://guardianlv.com/2014/04/14-thousa...snt-exist/

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However, there are certain commonalities that exist among almost all patients. The most typical picture of Morgellons patients goes something like this: otherwise healthy people suddenly wake up one day with unbearable itching, stinging, burning and crawling sensations all over and underneath their skin. They also notice blue, black, red, clear, white and purple fibers emerging from, or popping out of, their bodies. They begin scratching and digging at the lesions, pulling out fibers, “black specks,” bugs, worms, and, sometimes, hexagon-shaped objects from different regions of their bodies. Accompanying these symptoms are a host of additional neurological complaints such as headaches, “brain fog,” exhaustion, loss of coordination, and confusion.

They seek help from their doctors, who can find nothing wrong other than basic skin inflammation. If the patients have collected samples of the fibers and showed their doctors, they are labeled as needing psychological help, because the doctors have coined this the “matchbox sign.” That’s when someone collects bits and pieces of perceived “proof” of their problems in a matchbox or Ziploc bag. The doctors then refer the patients to mental health professionals, and the patients are told the disease is “all in their heads.”
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For one, there are groups of doctors and other medical professionals who believe in Morgellons and insist that it is real. They say they have witnessed fibers embedded under healthy, unbroken skin, and that those fibers don’t look anything like normal hairs or textiles when examined under a microscope. They say they have examined many Morgellons patients, and have compared the fibers they’ve collected against an FBI database of hundreds of known fibers but have been unable to find a match. Some say they have tried to burn the fibers, but have failed.
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Actually.....

It could be incinerators.

In Tulsa, we BURN the recyclable plastic and generate electricity with it.

But the Agenda 21 Delphi technique consensus builders forgot to issue a Green New World Order garbage can for the yard waste.

So people still bag their leaves and grass before they throw it away, and we burn that too.

In our "Green" "Sustainable" electric trash burner.

Because when they took these bags to the mulch facility they couldn't open them without shredding plastic and that getting everywhere.(I asked about grass clippings at the mulch facility and they admitted they just burn it at the plastic place....

Could be the yard waste plus "recycleable" plastic is making a rich mixture and creating the morgellons fibers out the chimney.

OSU Medical Tulsa is studying it. They happen to also be on the west side where the "sustainable" recyclables burner is.

chuckle

https://health.okstate.edu/research/morgellons.html



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That's right — in a fascinating study led by Katharina Unger of Utrecht University, it turns out there are actually several species of mushrooms that will eat plastic, and some of them are common, such as the oyster mushroom, which is also edible.

yupthatexists.com/pestalotiopsis-microspora-plastic-eating-mushroom/

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pooky  Wrote: (08-13-2019 07:57 PM)
Accompanying these symptoms are a host of additional neurological complaints such as headaches, “brain fog,” exhaustion, loss of coordination, and confusion.

They seek help from their doctors, who can find nothing wrong other than basic skin inflammation. If the patients have collected samples of the fibers and showed their doctors, they are labeled as needing psychological help, because the doctors have coined this the “matchbox sign.” That’s when someone collects bits and pieces of perceived “proof” of their problems in a matchbox or Ziploc bag. The doctors then refer the patients to mental health professionals, and the patients are told the disease is “all in their heads.”

All very similar to what people with Lyme & Co. go thru.
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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:01 PM)
Actually.....

It could be incinerators.

In Tulsa, we BURN the recyclable plastic and generate electricity with it.

But the Agenda 21 Delphi technique consensus builders forgot to issue a Green New World Order garbage can for the yard waste.

So people still bag their leaves and grass before they throw it away, and we burn that too.

In our "Green" "Sustainable" electric trash burner.

Because when they took these bags to the mulch facility they couldn't open them without shredding plastic and that getting everywhere.(I asked about grass clippings at the mulch facility and they admitted they just burn it at the plastic place....

Could be the yard waste plus "recycleable" plastic is making a rich mixture and creating the morgellons fibers out the chimney.

OSU Medical Tulsa is studying it. They happen to also be on the west side where the "sustainable" recyclables burner is.

chuckle

https://health.okstate.edu/research/morgellons.html



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Fibers that can't be burned? Some doctors and researchers from the article say they tried to burn them but they won't burn.

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Covanta Tulsa
The Covanta Tulsa Energy-from-Waste Facility, formally known as the Walter B. Hall Resource Recovery Facility, was Covanta's first Energy from Waste (EfW) project, commencing operation in October 1986 with two boilers and a single turbine generator. A third boiler was later added to meet growing demands in the Tulsa area. Operating as Covanta Tulsa Renewable Energy, LLC, the 22-acre facility processes 1,125 tons-per-day of solid waste, generating up to 298,000 pounds per hour of steam.

https://www.covanta.com/Our-Facilities/Covanta-Tulsa

They built a lot of these around the country to save landfill space(which was never in short supply).

That could be the source of your morgellons fibers.

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pooky  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:11 PM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:01 PM)
Actually.....

It could be incinerators.

In Tulsa, we BURN the recyclable plastic and generate electricity with it.

But the Agenda 21 Delphi technique consensus builders forgot to issue a Green New World Order garbage can for the yard waste.

So people still bag their leaves and grass before they throw it away, and we burn that too.

In our "Green" "Sustainable" electric trash burner.

Because when they took these bags to the mulch facility they couldn't open them without shredding plastic and that getting everywhere.(I asked about grass clippings at the mulch facility and they admitted they just burn it at the plastic place....

Could be the yard waste plus "recycleable" plastic is making a rich mixture and creating the morgellons fibers out the chimney.

OSU Medical Tulsa is studying it. They happen to also be on the west side where the "sustainable" recyclables burner is.

chuckle

https://health.okstate.edu/research/morgellons.html



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Fibers that can't be burned? Some doctors and researchers from the article say they tried to burn them but they won't burn.

[Image: chemtrail-morgellons-map-small.jpg]

That would be what I'd expect coming out the smokestack along with dioxin and other persistant carcinogens.

When you recycle plastics by burning it, whatever can't burn......

(How well do you think they sort this trash?)

We don't even know where our plastic containers come from or what's in them.

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How little we know of the Earth yet we are destroying it.
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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:14 PM)
pooky  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:11 PM)
Fibers that can't be burned? Some doctors and researchers from the article say they tried to burn them but they won't burn.

[Image: chemtrail-morgellons-map-small.jpg]

That would be what I'd expect coming out the smokestack along with dioxin and other persistant carcinogens.

When you recycle plastics by burning it, whatever can't burn......

(How well do you think they sort this trash?)

We don't even know where our plastic containers come from or what's in them.

Very reasonable explanation, Luv. Jhikpghf
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:26 PM)
How little we know of the Earth yet we are destroying it.

Not "we", but "they". What "we" think doesn't matter.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-13-2019 08:26 PM)
How little we know of the Earth yet we are destroying it.

yes. I still don't buy that we're the main reason for climate change, though, so many other factors to take into consideration for it's cause.
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