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Proof that Morgellons is MAN MADE! Government stonewalls investigation
DarkStarCrashes
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Post: #301
RE: Proof that Morgellons is MAN MADE! Government stonewalls investigation
Black H@t  Wrote: (12-13-2012 07:30 AM)
DarkStarCrashes  Wrote: (12-13-2012 07:24 AM)
Black H@t  Wrote: (12-13-2012 07:08 AM)
Own3d chuckle

These people think they are so smart, nothing but sold souls
yep. sad people.

at TOP my morgellons threads were just hidden from everyone because the forum was NWO controlled.

Here they have to deal with it.

We are winning! Cheer

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i got to step away for a while, but I will continue my morgellons tale later or tomorrow if it gets too late.

duncan, we got you on our spycam ....

Iiioqaco


TOP is pretty much a Giant CointelPro Operation on the board members... But most people here know that, which is why they stay here, plus TOP gives you adware/malware when you browse it and censors the shit out of anything that is a threat to the NWO mission, that is why I call this place Home Hugs We all should appreciate LOP for allowing us all to pretty much talk about whatever without censoring what we have to say, LOP I Love you guys
i've only been here a few days, but i love this place already.

build it and we will come!
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good work today truthers!

see you all tomorrow!

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Post: #304
RE: Proof that Morgellons is MAN MADE! Government stonewalls investigation
Casual Bystander  Wrote: (12-13-2012 02:05 AM)
Derpy Derpstein  Wrote: (12-12-2012 10:52 PM)
Black H@t  Wrote: (12-12-2012 09:31 AM)
FBI already tested and others have tested these fibers which prove its not lint... To think its lint is just ignorant

You "claim" that the FBI actually tested the fibers and said it wasnt lint, but you most likely read that on some delusional website about morgellons and now you just repeat it like its fact.

Here is a suggestion. Any FBI investigation like that would be public record. Give us the complete details about the investigation from a credible source and include the name of the FBI lab that did the tests and also the FBI employees that did the test. That should be easy enough to check out.

The claim that the FBI tested the fibers is a lie.

From Wiki:
"A forensic scientist at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma searched the FBI's national database, but the Morgellons sample did not match any known fiber in the database."

If you do a search you find that the forensic scientist was Ron Pogue of the Tulsa Police Crime Lab (the crime lab for a medium sized city). He tried to match some fibers, sent to him without a chain of custody, to examples in the FBI national database (he did a computer seach). There is no indication he actually tested the fibers to find out what they were. We don't know that the fibers actually came off a human being.

The CDC says the Morgellons fibers are lint from clothing.

"Randy Wymore, an assistant professor of pharmacology and physiology who directs the Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease at Oklahoma State University's Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, has performed extensive testing on Morgellons patient fibers and is "100 percent convinced Morgellons is a real disease." When he first heard of Morgellons, Wymore thought it would be simple to disprove its existence by examining the fibers. In 2005 he began asking patients, doctors and nurses to mail him samples. In the first week he got 10 packages from five states and was amazed by how similar the bundles of red, blue, back and translucent fibers looked. (He has since received more than a thousand fiber samples.) Over the next nine months he systematically compared them to all sorts of textile fibers, hair and dust from clothing, carpets, medical supplies and fishing and hunting supplies, but he could find nothing similar. He showed the samples to OSU colleagues, who also were baffled.

Intrigued and at loss for answers, he eventually took the samples to the Tulsa Police Department Forensics Lab, where fiber experts Mark Boese and Ron Pogue ran a series of tests on two red and two blue fibers. "In three minutes they decided it was like nothing they had seen before," Wymore says. Comparing the Morgellons fibers to a database of more than 900 known compounds used in textiles, they found no match. Next they heated a blue fiber to more than 700 degrees, which darkened but did not destroy it. They determined the fibers were not fiberglass and did not match anything in their database of 90,000 organic compounds. OSU researchers have found tangled fibers underneath even healthy, unbroken skin in Morgellons patients, which Wymore says rules out the kind of wound contamination Meffert describes.




http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/20...stery.html originally from Newsweek


I suggest you check with Wymore, Boese and Pogue for verification.

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Post: #306
RE: Proof that Morgellons is MAN MADE! Government stonewalls investigation
Old Whatshisname  Wrote: (12-13-2012 06:26 AM)
Casual Bystander  Wrote: (12-13-2012 06:07 AM)
Huh?

Lets take just one of her comments:
she is worried about 350,000 µg/l of aluminum in the soil.

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp22-c2.pdf
"Aluminum is ubiquitous; the third most common element of the earth's crust. It is naturally ... atmosphere are low, typically ranging from about 0.005 to 0.18 μg/m3. ... concentration in soils varies widely, ranging from about 7 to over 100 g/kg."

The concentration of aluminum by volume or weight is about the same. So she is worried about a 0.5% to 5% change in the amount of aluminum in the soil.

Really? Aluminum content varies between 7 and 100 g/kg and we are supposed to be worried about a change of 0.35 g/kg??? Really?

Please tell me you don't think this is a problem. Because within a mile of your "contaminated" dirt I can find dirt under a house that is much much worse.

I have a feeling you're not going to get any responses to this thread, Casual Bystander, because there are two things wrong with it:
  1. It's not what the Morgelloids want to hear;
  2. It uses basic math and geological facts to show that the woman who came up with the figure (and those who accept it as gospel) are ignorami and/or fools.


Duncan, after many years, you just lost every bit of respect I had for you as a scientist.

Your training should tell you to observe then test. Only two tests have been run both with very flawed methodology.

You are making assumptions about observations/claims before testing while being vile in the process ("Morgelloids").

Because you haven't observed, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

Because there hasn't been sound testing, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

Because you don't have evidence, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

....Regardless of the name applied to said symptoms.

Remember the scientific community once thought the earth was flat and the medical community once thought hand washing was ineffectual.

Above all, though, you discredit yourself and expose your character with your above choice of terms.

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Post: #307
RE: Proof that Morgellons is MAN MADE! Government stonewalls investigation
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-13-2012 09:16 AM)
Old Whatshisname  Wrote: (12-13-2012 06:26 AM)
Casual Bystander  Wrote: (12-13-2012 06:07 AM)
Huh?

Lets take just one of her comments:
she is worried about 350,000 µg/l of aluminum in the soil.

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/tp22-c2.pdf
"Aluminum is ubiquitous; the third most common element of the earth's crust. It is naturally ... atmosphere are low, typically ranging from about 0.005 to 0.18 μg/m3. ... concentration in soils varies widely, ranging from about 7 to over 100 g/kg."

The concentration of aluminum by volume or weight is about the same. So she is worried about a 0.5% to 5% change in the amount of aluminum in the soil.

Really? Aluminum content varies between 7 and 100 g/kg and we are supposed to be worried about a change of 0.35 g/kg??? Really?

Please tell me you don't think this is a problem. Because within a mile of your "contaminated" dirt I can find dirt under a house that is much much worse.

I have a feeling you're not going to get any responses to this thread, Casual Bystander, because there are two things wrong with it:
  1. It's not what the Morgelloids want to hear;
  2. It uses basic math and geological facts to show that the woman who came up with the figure (and those who accept it as gospel) are ignorami and/or fools.


Duncan, after many years, you just lost every bit of respect I had for you as a scientist.

Your training should tell you to observe then test. Only two tests have been run both with very flawed methodology.

You are making assumptions about observations/claims before testing while being vile in the process ("Morgelloids").

Because you haven't observed, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

Because there hasn't been sound testing, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

Because you don't have evidence, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

....Regardless of the name applied to said symptoms.

Remember the scientific community once thought the earth was flat and the medical community once thought hand washing was ineffectual.

Above all, though, you discredit yourself and expose your character with your above choice of terms.

Same old Duncan, who for years posted on TOP, debunking everything that common sense held true, even with presented evidence. About the only time we hear from him is when the subject of Chemtrails or Morgellons is presented for discussion. He's an irascible old fart that I wouldn't doubt posted as SnakeAirlines and his sock puppet, menlo, maybe even Idol Harobed. All of them love to deride those who won't agree with them, thinking themselves to be so much more intelligent than the rest of us. Greatly to be ignored.
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Here's something more to add to the topic:

MORGELLONS:
MORPHOLOGY CONFIRMED
Clifford E Carnicom
Nov 15 2007

Nano-technology origin can justifiably be considered.

http://www.carnicom.com/morgobs2.htm

More on Nano-technology:

From GLP - Feb./Mar. 2005?

"...Molecular computers made of living matter can be grown from DNA templates of GENETICALLY ENGINEERED BACTERIA. Synthetic proteins have been developed which match what they want to make into mini-computers. The end product is a bioprocessor (tiny computer) within a cell.

These mini-computers are specifically linked with viruses which migrate to SPECIFIC PARTS OF THE BODY. Viruses are primarily nucleoproteins, some of the small ones are not even alive, and they don´t even have metabolism. They do not have a metabolism to kill with an antibiotic. The Neurotropic viruses migrate to the central nervous system (nerves), the Dermotropic viruses migrate to the skin, the Pneumotropic viruses go to the lungs, the Viscerotropic go to the abdomen, and other viruses go to other sites in the body."

I took it from there, did some research, and got rid of a debilitating mess of Morgellon's that had invaded my right arm. I call it the "itch from hell". No wonder to me that many have committed suicide with the unbearable itching caused by this hideous disease, and seeing no way out. I thought about it.
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Post: #309
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BJ  Wrote: (12-13-2012 10:04 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-13-2012 09:16 AM)
Old Whatshisname  Wrote: (12-13-2012 06:26 AM)
I have a feeling you're not going to get any responses to this thread, Casual Bystander, because there are two things wrong with it:
  1. It's not what the Morgelloids want to hear;
  2. It uses basic math and geological facts to show that the woman who came up with the figure (and those who accept it as gospel) are ignorami and/or fools.


Duncan, after many years, you just lost every bit of respect I had for you as a scientist.

Your training should tell you to observe then test. Only two tests have been run both with very flawed methodology.

You are making assumptions about observations/claims before testing while being vile in the process ("Morgelloids").

Because you haven't observed, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

Because there hasn't been sound testing, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

Because you don't have evidence, doesn't mean the symptoms do not exist.

....Regardless of the name applied to said symptoms.

Remember the scientific community once thought the earth was flat and the medical community once thought hand washing was ineffectual.

Above all, though, you discredit yourself and expose your character with your above choice of terms.

All of them love to deride those who won't agree with them, thinking themselves to be so much more intelligent than the rest of us. Greatly to be ignored.

That is EXACTLY what you not caring about evidence woo woos are doing.
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Link to audio interview with Professor Joe Cummins, Professor Emeritus at the University of Western Ontario on the possible Morgellons Disease/GMO connection.

Scientist Draws Possible Connection Between Morgellons Disease And GMOs – Audio

For about two years now, Food Nation Radio Network has been covering the issues that affect our food supply. During the course of our research, investigations and interviews for the show, we came across a particularly disturbing piece of information in the genetically modified food puzzle. It’s the possible relationship between agrobacterium, genetic engineering and Morgellons Disease.

Agrobacterium is a bacteria that causes tumors in plants through a transfer of DNA. It is used for genetic engineering of corn, soybeans, canola, sugar beets, alfalfa and other foodstuffs. Some studies have shown agrobacterium can also affect the DNA of humans.

A study done on Morgellons Disease patients by Vitaly Citovsky, a professor of molecular and cell biology at Stony Brook University in New York (SUNY) found all patients tested positive for the presence of agrobacterium, while the healthy control patients did not. Morgellons is a disease one would think would be in a science fiction novel. It is characterized by lesions on patients and fibers containing minerals growing underneath the skin. For many years, nearly the entire medical community (including the CDC) maintained it was a psychiatric condition, with patients causing their own lesions and other symptoms. As of January, 2012 the CDC appears to maintain that stance, although researchers and respected scientists in Oklahoma, New York, Toronto and other parts of the world are taking this possible epidemic seriously.

Some notable individuals claim to suffer from Morgellons, including musician, Joni Mitchell and former baseball player Billy Koch. It is possible this is an infectious disease, due to the presence of it in entire families and it is found more among nurses and teachers who come into contact with a number of people on a daily basis. Morgellons is reported more in California, Florida and Texas than anywhere else, although it is found throughout the world.

Here is our recent interview with accomplished genetic researcher, Professor Joe Cummins, Professor Emeritus at the University of Western Ontario on the possible Morgellons Disease/GMO connection FNRN Highlight – Prof Joe Cummins on Morgellons .

http://tampa.cbslocal.com/2012/07/30/sci...ork-audio/

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmxrA_yDazY

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I suggest you contact Joe Cummins, Professor Emeritus at the University of Western Ontario, or Randy Wymore, Director, OSU-CHS Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease and Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology, Oklahoma State University
Center for Health Sciences, for a discussion.

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Position Statement (2007) from Randy Wymore, Ph.D.
Director, OSU-CHS Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease
Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology
Oklahoma State University


A position statement from Randy S. Wymore on the topic of Morgellons Disease and other Morgellons-related issues:

1. Delusions of parasites (DOP) is a diagnosable condition.

2. Neurotic excoriations can be found in the general population.

3. Crystal-meth users as well as some other addictive substances can cause DOP or DOP-like symptoms and severe skin problems.

4. The condition known as Morgellons Disease, or Morgellons Syndrome (the CDC preference for labeling this condition), is none-of-the-above. Researchers and clinical faculty at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences have been looking into Morgellons Disease for several years now. We do not know a) the cause of Morgellons, b) what the fibers, black specks, granules or other unusual "shed" material are made of, or c) any conclusively effective treatment. We do know that some samples of fibers associated with Morgellons Disease are not simple textiles of animal, plant or synthetic nature.

5. Does everyone who thinks they have Morgellons Disease actually have it? Undoubtedly, the answer is no. There is no way to determine the percentage of self-reported registrants that actually have Morgellons Disease. Of the many thousands who have self-reported at the OSU web-based registration site we do not know whether 1% actually suffer from DOP or 90%. Of the thirty or so patients claiming to have Morgellons disease, that clinical faculty have examined in facilities associated with OSU, only one patient likely did not have Morgellons.

6. There is no clear and simple diagnostic test yet to confirm or rule out
Morgellons
. Still, 100% of the patients, that were felt to genuinely have Morgellons Disease, have large microscopic-to small macroscopic fibers visible under their outer layer of skin. These fibers are not associated with scabs or open lesions, nor are they under scarred tissue. The idea that Morgellons fibers are mere fuzz and lint, simply sticking to the lesions and scabs, is not possible based on the observations that were just described. These fibers are under "normal-appearing" areas of skin. In contrast, such fibers have never been observed in even one person who does not claim to have Morgellons. Clearly, there is something different in the skin of purported Morgellons sufferers compared to the non-Morgellons population. The writing of manuscripts, for submission to scientific and medical journals, detailing our observations is a work in progress. Preliminary observations were presented at the annual Molecular Medicine TriConference during late January/ early February in San Francisco, with a title of: "Physical Evidence in Morgellons Disease".

7. This conference was attended by physicians and biomedical scientists from various universities, biotechnology companies and major pharmaceutical companies. Those scientists and physicians who viewed the presentation from the preliminary evidence through to the conclusions made no attempt to "debunk" the presentation. They asked the kind of rigorous questions that are expected from a highly trained, skeptical and critical audience. Their reactions tended to be surprise, shock and puzzlement. Not one single person tried to convince his/her colleagues, or me, that I was mistaken in the conclusion that Morgellons Disease is real physical pathology of unknown cause.

8. Amateur debunkers carry no weight in academia and have no relevance in the discussion of Morgellons Disease in the scientific and medical community. Since the clinicians (both D.O. and M.D.) and scientists at the conference I mentioned above did not debunk a formal presentation on the topic of Morgellons Disease, why would an amateur think that they could? An amateurish debunking approach is often nothing more than a type argumentative arrogance. A person, or persons, manages to attract an audience that will participate in the argument and it gives the debunker a sense of power. What goes on at debunking sites is
most definitely NOT scientific debate and critical inquiry. Critical scientific debate occurs at conferences (regional, national or international), during seminars and during the editorial review when scientific manuscripts are submitter.

If an amateur debunker (unless the debunker is paid for the debunking services, in which case she/he would be a professional debunker) feels that they can compete in the professional scientific arena, let them submit an abstract to a conference or a manuscript to a scientific journal (a legitimate, peer-reviewed scientific journal). The results would be laughable; probably not to the debunker, but the reality of the world is that none of the mainstream journals that are peer reviewed would publish such a manuscript.

The internet is a wonderful forum for discussions of all sorts and a place where information can be obtained on just about any subject imaginable. If a person, or group of people, wish to spend time deconstructing the words, comments and images of others, or to try to debunk what they view as unreal, then that is certainly their option in life. I personally do not find that it would be very personally satisfying. In my mind, such efforts are, at the very least, a waste of valuable time and at the worst, hurtful. What good can come of it? If the Morgellons community TRULY was delusional, then a debunking site would not convince them not to be delusional. Truly delusional behavior is a psychological condition; one cannot "cure" a delusion by simply arguing against the delusion on an internet site. The delusional person will not simply read the words and in near-miraculous form say, "Oh my, I really am delusional. Now that I know this I can give up my delusion. Thank you for pointing out the obvious and curing me." Since that will not happen, then what good can come from the debunking site?

It is difficult to use the word "good" when the main accomplishment of such a site is to cause consternation and further emotional pain to an already suffering population. The reason is that, while the professional medical and scientific community will pay no attention to a debunking website, the same cannot be said for the friends and family of the Morgellons sufferer. Words are powerful and when spoken in an authoritative fashion those loved ones of a Morgellons sufferer may well feel that the debunking arguments clearly prove that Morgellons is not real. In a formal debate ANY position can be effectively argued. It is possible to argue a position that one does not even believe in during a debate. It is all about skill with words, the ability argue in a logical and convincing fashion and a personal talent for thinking fast on one's feet. When debates are judged in high-school and college/university settings, the winner is not the contestant that bases his/her argument on truth, reality or the socially accepted constructs; it is the person who
can argue their point the most effectively. Most debunkers are quite good at this.

That is why true scientific debate is not carried out using the same judging
standards as a competitive debate. Generally, scientists try to understand the world around them. Scientific "debate" is all about experimental design,
methods, materials, quality and reproducibility of data and conclusions. And that type of debate can only occur between scientific peers.

9. Recently, OSU-CHS has established a Center for the Investigation of
Morgellons Disease and the OSU Foundation has established a Morgellons
Research, Education and Treatment Fund for individuals wishing to make tax deductible donations to help in trying to sort out this mystery that is called Morgellons Disease. Physician associated with this Center are not seeing patients at this time as there is nothing to offer in the way of treatment options.

We are currently focusing our efforts into examination of the fibers and other shed material observed in Morgellons Disease. Why? Because we stand a better chance of determining the cause of Morgellons Disease once we understand what the physical and chemical nature of the unusual fibers are.

Once the cause of Morgellons Disease is identified it will be more likely that an effective treatment and, ultimately, a cure will be devised. I applaud the many physicians and nurses who ARE attempting to treat Morgellons Disease by trying different strategies. It will be wonderful if one of them stumbles onto a complete cure for the disease. In an academic or medical school setting that approach is not workable. Before human subjects can be used or so-called clinical trial established, there must be an arguable rationale for the treatment. Until the cause of Morgellons can be established (bacterial, fungal, viral, parasitic, genetic, or none-of-the-above) such a rationale cannot be provided. A statement regarding the role and goals of OSU-CHS and Morgellons Disease has been provided to this website.

10. There are many ideas and conspiracies regarding the cause of Morgellons Disease to be found circulating about the internet. Many Morgellons sufferers are convinced they know what the cause is. Here at the OSU-CHS Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease we are rooting all efforts in a central tenet of scientific thought: the testable hypothesis. Efforts to find microorganisms associated with Morgellons are a process of elimination. We use molecular biology techniques to try to identify the presence of DNA sequences of candidate organisms and chemical and physical analyses to characterize the fibers and
other Morgellons-associated material. At The Center, we are not competing against other researchers or anyone's "pet hypothesis".


Often in science there is a race to beat competing labs. There is so much suffering with Morgellons that the only race from my perspective is a race to end the suffering. For those who read this and then feel the need to analyze and micro-analyze this position statement for debunking purposes or to try to divine my "real" motivation and intentions why deconstruct away!

For those who are suffering from Morgellons Disease, I can only encourage you to hang on and try to not despair. This summer there are 2 medical students, an undergraduate, a graduate student, 2 physicians in their residencies, a laboratory technician and several biomedical/clinical faculty at OSU-CHS and other universities, that are working on this mystery. One or two people can only complete a limited amount of work.

Collectively, this group will be able to accomplish so much more than could
otherwise be envisioned. Whether the answers to the questions surrounding Morgellons Disease come from Tulsa, Oklahoma, another state, another country or bits and pieces from here and there is not what should be focused on. The point of focus that should be maintained is that the answers WILL be forthcoming; who comes up with the answers and where they are located are only details.

Sincerely,

Randy S. Wymore, Ph.D.
Director, OSU-CHS Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease
Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology
Oklahoma State University
Center for Health Sciences

1111 W. 17th St.
Tulsa, OK 74107
Email: [email protected]


PDF with sig --->> http://www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/mo...-19-07.pdf


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Post: #314
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I suggest you contact Joe Cummins, Professor Emeritus at the University of Western Ontario, or Randy Wymore, Director, OSU-CHS Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease and Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology, Oklahoma State University
Center for Health Sciences, for a discussion.

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Right because this thread is not meant to be a discussion but only a giant circle jerk of ignorance and attacking those who question the party line.
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Is it not a possible clue you are dealing with some questionable bullshit when you have to have rules regarding the bunkers you will for sure encounter?
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