Chemtrails; AIR FORCE PILOT ADMITS SPRAYING

We are being sprayed; be afraid, be very afraid

People continue to become ill as high levels of chemicals show up in random testing of soil and water supplies, after witnesses photograph KC-135s and KC-10s outfitted with what appears to be a “spraying device.” The circular device is obviously not a refueling probe. A former Air Force pilot tells a reporter, “Yeah, we have them, but were not supposed to talk about it.”

The South Coast Air Quality Management District tentatively identifies the powder wafting down from the sky as “cedar pollen.” But a biologist retorts that December is not the season when cedar pollen normally appears. And when pollen appears in the spring, it does not “explode.” Several witnesses saw a yellow cloud “exploding” in the skies over the Lake Arrowhead area.

Dramatic increase in illnesses immediatly follow Chemtrail spraying

According to a press story, community after community continue to report that hundreds of people are becoming ill at the same time-usually following heavy chemtrail activity. Three physicians report an increasing number of patients being seen for similar illness.

“Persistent hacking coughs, upper respiratory and intestinal distress, pneumonia, extreme fatigue, lethargy, dizziness, disorientation, splitting headaches, elevated arthritis symptoms and unexplainable nosebleeds are just a few of the symptoms these doctors have described. These doctors have said they are seeing larger numbers of patients with these complaints during or within days after the times that the physicians themselves have observed a larger number of chemtrails in the skies above mountain communities.”

Pharmacist Ed Burrows is sick himself. Since early December he has been suffering from a respiratory ailment that has includes a “gooey phlegm” that, despite his best efforts, he has been unable to relieve. Burrows said the issue is raising “high concern” for him that his health may be “jeopardized.” Burrows says he “feels that it is directly related” to recent chemtrail activity.

World population being lied to…

“Our government’s refusal to level with the people indicates that whatever it is they are polluting our environment with must be dangerous and/or unhealthy. There is no need to be secretive if what you are doing is beneficial,” he says. “As the former owner and pharmacist of the Lake Gregory Pharmacy for more than two decades, this is the first time in those 22 years I’ve witnessed so many in our community suffering with respiratory ailments with no apparent cause… ”

CHEMTRAILS BASES IDENTIFIED

Chemtrails over the ocean, drifting over land

Las Vegas reporter Marcus Dalton writes that an archeologist working throughout Nevada began noticing “all white unmarked aircraft” preparing for take-off at Nellis AFB, and at the Mancamp Complex near Tonopah in the late-90s.

“It was these unmarked planes that were constantly laying down the criss-crossing X patterns of lingering chemical-spray trails over Southern Nevada,” the archeologist stated. When he asked the military escort accompanying his civilian research team into “sensitive” areas around Nellis, about the planes, he was strongly advised, “You didn’t see anything.” [Tribune Media Group June 26/06]

Outside Dobbins Air Base in Marietta, Georgia, another observer writes: “We drove up to a light and saw the runway, and saw a large, white plane, with a blue stripe, no markings at all, taxiing to take off.”

A delivery person at Tinker AFB states “I have seen more than 30 of these white, KC-135s parked on the tarmac. I have seen six to 10 take off, one after another. They are, indeed, white with no markings.”

The white planes have also been spotted at a former AFB near Phoenix, and at the previously closed George AFB in the Mojave Desert.

One correspondent claims to have personally seen the spray planes taking off from and landing at McGuire AFB in New Jersey. Active in the Canadian military “since my birth,” Bryan says, “What I have noticed is that unusual trails have been coming from white USAF KC-135s heading to Shiloh, Alaska.

What is the direct result of spraying on our population? Morgellons Disease

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Why Doctors Are More Dangerous Than Guns

If you haven’t yet come across the health ranger investigation of ‘Why doctors are more dangerous than guns’ then this is worth a watch. Revealing that 290 people are being killed everyday by FDA approved prescription drugs, the high-impact footage uncovers the medical establishment’s role in a chemical massacre.

If you still think your doctor knows best, then think again. The video shows just how dangerous doctors can be, informing us that “You are 6200% more likely to be killed by your doctor than a homicidal shooter.” These and the many more sickening statistics revealed on this clip really make you sit up and listen.

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Breaking News: Major Harvard Study Published in Federal Govt Journal Confirms Fluoride Lowers IQ

Is this the “dumbing-down” of Americans we all hear about?

If the scientific link between fluoride exposure and a noted decreased in IQ is a conspiracy theory, then perhaps the Harvard researchers who just confirmed such a link should be tarred and feathered by the ‘evidence-based’ medical media. In a telling review of a variety of studies that have demonstrated just how significantly fluoride can damage the brain and subsequently your IQ, Harvard University scientists stated 

“our results support the possibility of adverse effects of fluoride exposures on children’s neurodevelopment.”

The most outstanding component to the study is where it was published. Authors published their conclusion online in the July 20th edition of the prominent journal Environmental Health Perspectivesa federal government medical journal stemming from the United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. The very same government that has continually asserted that water fluoridation is both perfectly safe and ‘effective’ at aiding the health of citizens who consume it on a daily basis.

 In the past, the US government has actually been forced to call for lower fluoridation levels as previous research had also drawn a link between fluoride exposure and a host of neurotoxic effects. In the latest research by Harvard, it is made even more explicitly clear just how toxic fluoride can be to the body. In a written statement, researchers state:

“The children in high fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ than those who lived in low fluoride areas.”

Fluoride Lowers IQ, Sparks Tumorous Cancer Growth

(floride can’t seem to catch a break hear)…….

This should come as no surprise to those who have followed fluoride research over the past several years. As far back as 1977, for instance, epidemiological studies performed by the head of the Cytochemistry Section at the National Cancer Institute Dr. Dean Burk revealed that fluoride exposure led to increased tumor growth even at levels as low as 1 ppm (the standard for United States drinking water). Beyond revealing an accelerated tumor growth rate of 25% in his research, fluoride was found to produce melanotic tumors, transform normal cells into cancer cells and increases the carcinogenesis of other chemicals.

Folks, these are Harvard University Scientists talking here….

In 1977, Dr. Burk estimated that fluoridation has actually caused about 10,000 deaths according to his research.

It will come as no surprise, then, that even the EPA — an agency charged with protecting the people — has classified fluoride as a substance with ”with substantial evidence of developmental neurotoxicity.”

What? Our water supply is full of “developmental neurotoxins” deliberately?

Perhaps the EPA is also run by blubbering conspiracy theorists. In another entry by study authors, it is explained how fluoride actually attacks the brain in unborn children and essentially launches a direct assault on their neurological development:

 “Fluoride readily crosses the placenta. Fluoride exposure to the developing brain, which is much more susceptible to injury caused by toxicants than is the mature brain,
may possibly lead to damage of a permanent nature.”

Yeah! neurotoxins (floride) in our drinking water, yeah!!!

But will the United States government answer to the study? As mentioned, many studies have exposed the same correlation of IQ-crushing fluoride intake.  Paul Connett, Ph.D. and director of the Fluoride Action Network was one of the many activists to speak out regarding the last study to highlight the association. At the time, there were 23 former studies on the matter, and Connett felt that this 24th study was by far the strongest. And what was done? Unfortunately, it was brushed under the rug by mainstream health organizations who continue to assert that fluoride is perfectly safe. Some even recommend supplementing with fluoride pills.

In regards to the last breaking study, Connett stated:

“In this study we found a significant dose-response relation between fluoride level in serum and children’s IQ…This is the 24th study that has found this association,
but this study is stronger than the rest.”

Will the latest Harvard-backed study be ignored by major public health organizations, or will serious change be initiated?

Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/harvard-study-published-federal-govt-journal-confirms-fluoride-lowers-iq/#ixzz23aQXj6hI

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American’s at Risk; FDA Fails to Protect Us From BAD Food and Drugs

This is the forth and final article on how the FDA has failed to meet its charter established by the US Congress.

Everything in this article is directly from the FDA’s own report dated 2007.


Massive Failure admitted by the FDA

“In contrast to previous reports that have issued many of the same warnings, there are now sufficient data proving that failure to act in the past 

has jeopardized the public’s health. We, therefore, urge the FDA to develop a comprehensive plan that includes how and when the Agency will respond to these recommendations, and to report that plan to the Science Board.”

“The Subcommittee found that the FDA lacks sufficient expertise in quantitative methods, such as statistics and biomathematics, to effectively assess products and guide sponsors to design valid and informative studies.”

The Subcommittee found that the FDA also has a lack of expertise in risk/benefit assessment. Such assessments have traditionally been made informally.


Recommendations of excellent FDA reviews are seldom followed

“Our final recommendation is based in our belief that effective resolution of the issues outlined in this report is urgent. In contrast to previous reports that have issued many of the same warnings, there are now sufficient data proving that failure to act in the past has jeopardized the public’s health.”


Food Safety

“In his recent Executive Order announcing an Inter-Agency Working Group on Import Safety, President Bush stated that the current system must be fixed “within available resources.” We can state unequivocally that the system cannot be fixed “within available resources.” For example, the Coalition for a Stronger FDA estimates that an excess of $130 million is needed to devise and implement a new food import system.”


The development of medical products based on “new science” cannot be adequately regulated by the FDA

“The development of medical products based on “new science” cannot be adequately regulated by the FDA. Many Critical Path projects and pilots that have been initiated are currently at risk.”


FDA “Drugs at Risk”

The mission of getting safe and effective drugs to patients in a timely manner is currently threatened by inadequate expertise and capabilities.


FDA Mission at Risk

“The lack of new science capability/capacity places the FDA mission at risk for those many products at the leading edge of innovation. This compromises not only the public health mission since the Agency cannot effectively regulate products built on emerging science, but it also hamstrings the Agency’s ability to support innovation in the industries and markets that it regulates.


Conclusions

So, it appears that the sterling reputation enjoyed by the FDA GLOBALLY has a severe tarnish.  Let us hope and pray that they get their act together so that we, the American People can rest assured that the foods we eat and the drugs we consume are safe and effective.

Currently, the FDA seems to be chasing activities that do not support their mission.  The FDA is in trouble and unless we can re-focus them on real health issues and stop seeing Pharma as their real customer, will the American People finally be assured that we are safe and that the FDA is really doing its job.

We invite your comments and discussions.

FDA Failure; Their Own Report!

The article is a second in a series that reveals what the FDA says about themselves in this shocking and disturbing report

With the exception of this paragraph, EVERYTHING IN THIS ARTICLE IS TAKEN DIRECTLY FROM FDA’S OWN REPORT ON THEMSELVES.

A strong Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is crucial for the health of our country. The benefits of a robust, progressive Agency are enormous; the risks of a debilitated, under-performing organization are incalculable.

The FDA constitutes a critical component of our nation’s healthcare delivery and public health system. The FDA, as much as any public or private sector institution in this country, touches the lives, health and wellbeing of all Americans and is integral to the nation’s economy and its security.

The importance of the FDA in the nation’s security is similarly profound. The FDA plays a central role in protecting the nation from the potential effects of terrorist attacks1, such as anthrax, smallpox, attacks on the food supply, nerve agent attacks and radioactive contamination, as well as from naturally occurring threats, such as SARS, West Nile virus and avian influenza.

FDA’s Own Findings

The number of appropriated personnel in 2007 was roughly the same number as was appropriated 15 years earlier. This reality, combined with a burgeoning industry has has made it increasingly impossible for FDA to maintain its historic public health mission.

Finding: The development of medical products based on “new science” cannot be adequately regulated by the FDA.

FDA does not have the capacity to ensure the safety of food for the nation

FDA’s ability to provide its basic food system inspection, enforcement and rulemaking functions is severely eroded, as is its ability to respond to outbreaks in a timely manner and to develop and keep pace with the new regulatory science needed to prevent future problems arising from both novel (prion disease, genetically modified organism) and traditional (resistant microbes, chemical contamination) sources.t

The following list is long and arduous, but the reader will benefit if time is taken to fully understand the dire condition of our FDA.

FDA’s Admitted Deficiencies

  1. During the past 35 years, the decrease in FDA funding for inspection of our food supply has forced FDA to impose a 78 percent reduction in food inspections, at a time when the food industry has been rapidly expanding and food importation has exponentially increased. FDA estimates that, at most, it inspects food manufacturers once every 10 years, and cosmetic manufacturers even less frequently. The Agency conducts no inspections of retail food establishments or of food-producing farms.
  2. The Subcommittee’s findings are consistent with those of previous committees that voiced deep concerns about the viability of the foods program and the lack of Agency priority for food issues.
  3. Recommendations for Agency-wide changes in science administration and support as embodied in a Chief Scientific Officer with budgetary authority, as well as modernization of IT infrastructure. The unending series of management by crisis in both CFSAN and CVM has seriously eroded the morale of existing dedicated staff and hampered recruitment of new scientists trained in areas of emerging biology, chemistry and bioinformatics. This situation, coupled with the early retirement of senior scientists and the recent departure of the director of CFSAN, puts the state of science in serious disarray.
  4. Rapid changes in biological sciences and bioinformatics are exceeding the capacity of current FDA science capabilities to keep pace and adequately support the Agency’s safety mission. In addition, the FDA has no consistent strategy to acquire that expertise.
  5. Even though there is a great deal of enthusiasm, many Critical Path projects and pilots that have been initiated are currently at risk. None is adequately resourced. Although some remarkable successes have been emulated internationally, most have stagnated.
  6. The lack of an adequate IT infrastructure creates further challenges. Against the backdrop of an already inadequate information system across the Agency,
  7. The lack of new science capability/capacity places the FDA mission at risk for those many products at the leading edge of innovation. This compromises not only the public health mission since the Agency cannot effectively regulate products built on emerging science, but it also hamstrings the Agency’s ability to support innovation in the industries and markets that it regulates.
  8. The FDA also has a lack of expertise in risk/benefit assessment. The Subcommittee notes that another important area for quantitative methods development is risk-benefit assessment. Such assessments have traditionally been made informally, but as the public’s concern about the value and safety of new drugs continue to grow and as the complexity and volume of data informative about potential benefits and risks increases, more formal methods will be important for optimal decision making.Finding: The FDA science agenda lacks a constructure and vision, as well as effective coordination.
  9. The FDA has substantial recruitment and retention challenges.
  10. The FDA has inadequate funding for professional development.
  11. All of the working group subcommittees discovered significant deficiencies in the ability of regulatory programs to access
  12. The FDA lacks the information science capability and information infrastructure to fulfill its regulatory mandate. the FDA information technology resources, workforce and infrastructure prevent it from delivering critical innovation in IT that is required to support its current and expanding regulatory mandate.
  13. the FDA lacks the information sciences and infrastructure to support new science.
  14. The FDA IT infrastructure is obsolete, unstable, and lacks sufficient controls to ensure continuity of operations or to provide effective disaster recovery services.
  15. FDA data and information infrastructure is at risk due to an evolving but incomplete migration to a robust enterprise model. As many as 80 percent of the network servers are more than five years old and have exceeded their recommended service life.
  16. FDA does not follow IT best practices. It has not currently implemented and/or appropriately staffed to provide effective governance, capital planning/investment control and enterprise architecture activities. The consequences of this are manifested in the deficiencies noted above: an unreliable technology infrastructure, inability to support science and inability to obtain required data in a timely manner to conduct its regulatory mission at acceptable levels.the FDA does not follow IT best practices. It has not currently implemented and/or appropriately staffed to provide effective governance, capital planning/investment control and enterprise architecture activities. The consequences of this are manifested in the deficiencies noted above: an unreliable technology infrastructure, inability to support science and inability to obtain required data in a timely manner to conduct its regulatory mission at acceptable levels.
  17. The IT workforce is insufficient and suboptimally organized.
  18. the workforce deficiency is present at all levels of the IT organization.
  19. The FDA has experienced decreasing resources in the face of increasing responsibilities.

In sum, the current resources have clearly been insufficient to support the regulatory science and regulatory services of the FDA.

We welcome comments from our reader so that we can exchange information regarding our beloved FDA. The third and final FDA self-exposure report will follow soon; you will be amazed at what the FDA concludes about itself and its future ability to serve the American people.

FDA Mission Failure; a Report From the FDA

This is the third in a series of expose’ quoted DIRECTLY FROM THE FDA’S OWN WEBSITE.

FDA Blasts itself for failing to fulfill its charter to protect Americans

The Subcommittee found that FDA’s ability to provide its basic food system inspection, enforcement and rulemaking functions is severely eroded, as is its ability to respond to outbreaks in a timely manner and to develop and keep pace with the new regulatory science needed to prevent future problems arising from both novel (prion disease, genetically modified organism) and traditional (resistant microbes, chemical contamination) sources.

There is an appallingly low inspection rate:

The FDA cannot sufficiently monitor either the tremendous volume of products manufactured domestically or the exponential growth of imported products27. During the past 35 years, the decrease in FDA funding for inspection of our food supply has forced FDA to impose a 78 percent reduction in food inspections, at a time when the food industry has been rapidly expanding and food importation has exponentially increased. FDA estimates that, at most, it inspects food manufacturers once every 10 years, and cosmetic manufacturers even less frequently. The Agency conducts no inspections of retail food establishments or of food-producing farms.

The Subcommittee’s findings are consistent with those of previous committees that voiced deep concerns about the viability of the foods program and the lack of Agency priority for food issues. Sixteen years ago the Final Report of the Advisory Committee on the Food and Drug Administration to the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) (May 1991) identified the same problems (Appendix D, page 1): “There are deep concerns about the viability of the foods program and the lack of Agency priority for food issues. Decline in resources and program initiatives during the past 10–15 years indicate a lack of Agency management attention and interest in this area, although public interest in, and concern for, an effective food program remain high.” Since 1991, continued declines in resources and personnel have exacerbated this situation.

It is crucial that both food-based Centers develop the science needed to fulfill their mandated missions.

The strengthening of science in these Centers must be insulated from acute crisis management. This will involve a two-pronged approach. The first is to immediately correct the historical lack of support for staff and infrastructure needed to address current issues. Both Centers have accurately defined areas that need attention, and this Subcommittee agrees with this assessment. Directly supporting these initiatives is largely one of funding, as addressed in recommendation.

This second phase should be conducted in parallel with this Subcommittee’s recommendations for Agency-wide changes in science administration and support as embodied in a Chief Scientific Officer with budgetary authority, as well as modernization of IT infrastructure. The unending series of management by crisis in both CFSAN and CVM has seriously eroded the morale of existing dedicated staff and hampered recruitment of new scientists trained in areas of emerging biology, chemistry and bioinformatics. This situation, coupled with the early retirement of senior scientists and the recent departure of the director of CFSAN, puts the state of science in serious disarray. These issues should be a high priority on the agenda of the new Chief Scientific Officer.

Finding: The development of medical products based on “new science” cannot be adequately regulated by the FDA.

Rapid changes in biological sciences and bioinformatics are exceeding the capacity of current FDA science capabilities to keep pace and adequately support the Agency’s safety mission. The FDA lacks sufficient expertise to understand the impact of product use, to maintain ongoing currency with their evolution or to evaluate the sophisticated products produced. In addition, the FDA has no consistent strategy to acquire that expertise.

The lack of an adequate IT infrastructure creates further challenges.

Against the backdrop of an already inadequate information system across the Agency, as discussed in our additional findings below, there is minimal genomics IT infrastructure to support genomics-focused efforts. This is an especially important deficiency because genomics as well as proteomics, metabolomics, combination products (drug or biologic and a device) and other emerging sciences and technologies are creating larger amounts of data than current technologies in support of product design, testing, and production and for ongoing safety analysis.

“FDA Mission at Risk”

The lack of new science capability/capacity places the FDA mission at risk for those many products at the leading edge of innovation. This compromises not only the public health mission since the Agency cannot effectively regulate products built on emerging science, but it also hamstrings the Agency’s ability to support innovation in the industries and markets that it regulates.

Stay tuned for the fourth and final article revealing how our Government is failing to protecting USA citizens while protect the special interests of Pharaceutical companies.

This is the third in a series of expose’ quoted DIRECTLY FROM THE FDA’S OWN website

FDA Blasts itself for failing to fulfill its charter to protect Americans

The Subcommittee found that FDA’s ability to provide its basic food system inspection, enforcement and rulemaking functions is severely eroded, as is its ability to respond to outbreaks in a timely manner and to develop and keep pace with the new regulatory science needed to prevent future problems arising from both novel (prion disease, genetically modified organism) and traditional (resistant microbes, chemical contamination) sources.

There is an appallingly low inspection rate:

The FDA cannot sufficiently monitor either the tremendous volume of products manufactured domestically or the exponential growth of imported products27. During the past 35 years, the decrease in FDA funding for inspection of our food supply has forced FDA to impose a 78 percent reduction in food inspections, at a time when the food industry has been rapidly expanding and food importation has exponentially increased. FDA estimates that, at most, it inspects food manufacturers once every 10 years, and cosmetic manufacturers even less frequently. The Agency conducts no inspections of retail food establishments or of food-producing farms.

The Subcommittee’s findings are consistent with those of previous committees that voiced deep concerns about the viability of the foods program and the lack of Agency priority for food issues. Sixteen years ago the Final Report of the Advisory Committee on the Food and Drug Administration to the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) (May 1991) identified the same problems (Appendix D, page 1): “There are deep concerns about the viability of the foods program and the lack of Agency priority for food issues. Decline in resources and program initiatives during the past 10–15 years indicate a lack of Agency management attention and interest in this area, although public interest in, and concern for, an effective food program remain high.” Since 1991, continued declines in resources and personnel have exacerbated this situation.

It is crucial that both food-based Centers develop the science needed to fulfill their mandated missions.

The strengthening of science in these Centers must be insulated from acute crisis management. This will involve a two-pronged approach. The first is to immediately correct the historical lack of support for staff and infrastructure needed to address current issues. Both Centers have accurately defined areas that need attention, and this Subcommittee agrees with this assessment. Directly supporting these initiatives is largely one of funding, as addressed in recommendation.

This second phase should be conducted in parallel with this Subcommittee’s recommendations for Agency-wide changes in science administration and support as embodied in a Chief Scientific Officer with budgetary authority, as well as modernization of IT infrastructure. The unending series of management by crisis in both CFSAN and CVM has seriously eroded the morale of existing dedicated staff and hampered recruitment of new scientists trained in areas of emerging biology, chemistry and bioinformatics. This situation, coupled with the early retirement of senior scientists and the recent departure of the director of CFSAN, puts the state of science in serious disarray. These issues should be a high priority on the agenda of the new Chief Scientific Officer.

Finding: The development of medical products based on “new science” cannot be adequately regulated by the FDA.

Rapid changes in biological sciences and bioinformatics are exceeding the capacity of current FDA science capabilities to keep pace and adequately support the Agency’s safety mission. The FDA lacks sufficient expertise to understand the impact of product use, to maintain ongoing currency with their evolution or to evaluate the sophisticated products produced. In addition, the FDA has no consistent strategy to acquire that expertise.

The lack of an adequate IT infrastructure creates further challenges.

Against the backdrop of an already inadequate information system across the Agency, as discussed in our additional findings below, there is minimal genomics IT infrastructure to support genomics-focused efforts. This is an especially important deficiency because genomics as well as proteomics, metabolomics, combination products (drug or biologic and a device) and other emerging sciences and technologies are creating larger amounts of data than current technologies in support of product design, testing, and production and for ongoing safety analysis.

“FDA Mission at Risk”

The lack of new science capability/capacity places the FDA mission at risk for those many products at the leading edge of innovation. This compromises not only the public health mission since the Agency cannot effectively regulate products built on emerging science, but it also hamstrings the Agency’s ability to support innovation in the industries and markets that it regulates.

Stay tuned for the fourth and final article revealing how our Government is failing to protect USA citizens while protecting the special interests of Pharaceutical companies.

Dr. Randy Wymore, A Noted Expert in Morgellons Research Shares His Conclusions

Establising a universal Morgellons commonality


“We have an “either/or” situation. Morgellons is either a single disease/disorder, or it is a syndrome that may have multiple (and even unrelated) causes that simply manifest symptoms that appear similar.

There is an example that I have followed over the years and have published papers on the genes/proteins that are involved. The example is the cardiac Long QT Syndrome (LQTS). At one time there were only two obvious manifestations of LQTS; one was a dominant genetic disorder the other was recessive. In the dominant form, if either parent passed on an abnormal gene, that child would get LQTS. In the recessive form both parents had to pass on the gene & then a child would also have deafness associated with the heart disorder. This was back in the early 1990s. Now, however, multiple genes and variants of LQTS have been characterized and at last count there were LQT1, LQT2, LQT3, LQT4, LQT5, LQT6, LQT7 & LQT8. There may be more in the future. Will there some day be a Morgellons 1, 2, 3, etc.? All with different causes?

At the moment, it is hard to picture that due to the fibers and other unusual skin-associated material. If we pretend for a moment that Morgellons is a single condition, then that means whatever is the cause in one person MUST be the cause in everyone. Therefore, the causative agent(s) must be present in all sufferers with Morgellons. If the cause is fungal, bacterial, vector-borne, viral, whatever, then everyone with Morgellons must have that organism present. If it is not biological but is environmental (toxins, chemicals, etc,) then everyone with Morgellons must have had the same kind of exposure; different locations, but the exposure must be present. This is one of the reasons that a proper epidemiological study is needed, to try to find the commonalities between widely geographically spaced individuals. If it were obvious I hope we would have seen it, but there is little in common between the sufferers. Some consume huge amounts of meat while others only eat fish, some are ovo-lacto vegetarian and others still are devout vegans (long predating the onset of Morgellons).

 

Many have been exposed to molds or damp environments and others live in very dry desert settings. Some had been to lakes, oceans or public swimming pools & others wouldn’t touch their big toe in a body of water. Some with Morgellons were avid outdoors enthusiasts and others self-described couch potatoes. Some live in rural settings & others in the midst of urban jungles. Pretty much you can continue on with obvious characteristics that might make sense: dry vs. oily skin, lots of sun vs. very little sun, high fever vs. no sickness prior to onset of symptoms, bottled water vs. tap water vs. well water, have been vaccinated for child-hood disease and those who have not, caffeine consumer vs. no caffeine, alcohol vs. never touch the stuff, and so on. Whatever is common to everyone with Morgellons is not obvious to me. I am not an epidemiologist and cannot do an epidemiology study. This needs an experienced MPH or other advanced degree professional epidemiologist to do this aspect of Morgellons research.”

For the past year I have been looking at many discussions, forums, webpages, etc. as to the possible originating factors of Morgellons with many different points of view concerning the cause of Morgellons. Also, looked into existing medical conditions that seem to have hallmarks of Morgellons associated with said already defined medical conditions.
As I see it, all theories will continue to speculative until, if even feasible, to find that one unifying commonality that we all share. As many can attest and witness to is there seems to be no agreement on any one level. The inability to not find agreement is ultimately is very derailing, as it takes discussions away from being able to unify. Also some seem more concerned with proving their theory to be the one true factor over really getting together and finding that unifying factor.

I like to listen to an album by Harry Nilsson called “The Point”, this part of the narration seems to sum up what I am trying to get across, which is quite simply,

” You see what you wanna see and you hear what you wanna hear”

Point being that to try to pinpoint what Morgellons is so difficult and maybe even impossible for any one to figure out. So then I find myself wanting to focus on treatments to help those reduce M’s damaging effects. Those that result in the reduction in quality of life, tend to shorten one’s life span, the way it tends cause isolation and can cause discourse in relationships. But then that becomes problematic ’cause it brings one back to the reason for Morgellons existence in the first place. So again the discussion goes back to square one and with nothing conclusive being agreed upon.

Then there are the fakers and the troublemakers who muck up the research, as well as those who think they have it. All I can say is Morgellons is one F******d up mess.

With that I will say there that I believe there is one entity that is a clear identifier of one having Morgellons beyond all others. It is often described as “wormy things”, “worms”, “thick fibrous material”, “curved entity”, etc, etc… I will post a picture to show you what i am describing, see Morgellons entity image below. These can start very very small and in my case have seen then as long as 2 -3 inches long.

I believe them to be one unifying sign for having Morgellons, beyond the fibers, these are what I have also described as fibroblasts gone wild cause in my searching that is the best descriptor I felt that is they resembled most or possibly amyloids . I don’t know exactly at which point they begin their development but have a fairly good idea, there are other members posts that are very good descriptors of the life cycle. I have seen beyond what they have described and believe I can add more to what is already described, maybe it has already been mentioned by someone else, but there is so much literature to read who can know. My new observance is the formation of the white slender fibers that so many find floating or on many a surface in their homes. I have seen a stream of white fluid come out of a pore on my leg(in this one instance), float to the surface of bath water and which I then carefully picked up with tweezers and watched as it dried into a fiber.

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Stoney Brook Scientist Draws Possible Connection Between Morgellons Disease And GMOs – Audio

Agrobacterium May be the Morgellons Culprit

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, who has used NutraSilver for Morgellons, 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 .

Colloidal Silver Safety & Research

The EPA’s I.R.I.S. on Silver states:

“The critical effect in humans ingesting silver is argyria, a medically benign but permanent bluish-gray discoloration of the skin. Argyria results from the deposition of silver in the dermis and also from silver-induced production of melanin. Although silver has been shown to be uniformly deposited in exposed and unexposed areas, the increased pigmentation becomes more pronounced in areas exposed to sunlight due to photo-activated reduction of the metal. Although the deposition of silver is permanent, it is not associated with any adverse health effects. No pathological changes or inflammatory reactions have been shown to result from silver deposition.”

Important Nano-Silver Background You Need to Know

  • There is far too much MIS-information about Colloidal Silver
  • Silver is a NOBEL METAL LIKE GOLD
  • Humans, arguably have been using silver for over 4,000 years.
  • Try to find even one documented death from ingesting real colloidal silver. Good luck.

According to Larry C. Ford, M.D., at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, UCLA School of Medicine, 1988:

“There is no known disease-causing organism that can live in the presence of even minute traces of the chemical element of simple metallic silver,” 

“Colloidal silver appears to be safe for children and pregnant and nursing women. It is tasteless, odorless, contains no free radicals, is harmless to human enzymes and has no adverse reactions with medications.”

Kurt Grange, Ph.D., N.D., is a nutritional bio-physiologist and author:

“Colloidal silver has proven to be toxic to all tested species of fungi, bacteria, protozoa, parasites and many viruses. More importantly—unlike conventional antibiotics—infectious agents, cannot build a resistance to silver.”

“Taken internally, it may improve digestion, help prevent colds, flu and all organism-caused diseases. It can be used as a douche, atomized, nebulized or inhaled. Applied externally, it has been shown to help with things such as skin abrasions and burns (including sun burn). It can also be dropped into the eyes and ears to help the body overcome infection.

The Environmental Protection Agency Published Their Conclusions on Colloidal Silver:

“Argyria has been described in syphilitic patients in poor health who were therapeutically dosed with a total of about 1 g of silver in the form of silver arsphenamine together with other toxic metals. There have been no reports of argyria or other toxic effects resulting from the exposure of healthy persons to silver.”

“Although the deposition of silver is permanent, it is not associated with any adverse health effects. No pathological changes or inflammatory reactions have been shown to result from silver deposition. Silver compounds have been employed for medical uses for centuries. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, silver amphetamine was used in the treatment of syphilis; more recently it has been used as an astringent in topical preparations. While argyria occurred more commonly before the development of antibiotics, it is now a rare occurrence.”

“Taking one ounce of colloidal silver daily, according to EPA guidelines, is well below the critical daily intake for the development of argyria.”

Nano-silver; the EPA Has Safely Regulated Nano-silver for Decades

(Nanowerk News) The Silver Nanotechnology Working Group SNWG), an industry effort intended to foster the collection of data on silver and nanotechnology in order to advance the science and public understanding of the beneficial uses of silver nanoparticles in a wide-range of consumer and industrial products, made a detailed presentation to the recent EPA Scientific Advisory Panel (SAP) meeting to discuss the topic “Evaluation of Hazard and Exposure Associated with Nanosilver and Other Nanometal Oxide Pesticide Products (Arlington VA, November 3-6, 2009). Key conclusions from the presented analysis include:

The SNWG provided the SAP meeting with a detailed historical and technical analysis that demonstrated that these materials have a long established commercial history as engineered particles of nanoscale size. Despite changes in terminology, the underlying material being described is in fact the same that has been used for decades. i.e. nanoscale silver.

EPA has a long history of safely regulating nano-silver

The EPA has been safely and successfully regulating nano-silver products for decades. These products have been used in a wide range of consumer applications such as swimming pool treatments and drinking water filters with an established record under FIFRA of regulated and safe use dating as far back as the 1950’s.

A detailed look at the depth of history of silver within the EPA shows that the toxicological studies that form the basis of the EPA’s general hazard limits for silver derive from historical data from nanoscale silver materials and not ‘conventional (bulk) silver’ as is often mistakenly assumed. A careful examination of the EPA public registration database (NPIRS Public) for silver over a period of 6 decades reveals:

The very first registered silver product was a colloidal nanosilver algaecide product that has been safely used by millions of consumers for over 50 years (registered since 1954).  Every EPA silver registration between 1970 and 1990 was either a colloidal nanosilver or nanosilver-composite product. The very first NON-nanosilver product registered by EPA was not registered until 1994. An overall analysis reveals that today over 50% of all EPA registered silver products are in fact based on nanoscale silver. Silver Washes Out Of The System Quickly

According to the EPA IRIS Report on silver (Integrated Risk Information Systems, 5th page, 1st paragraph) it states that a number of tests were completed to test the absorption and retention of ingested silver in a number of animals, including primates (we are primates). In its conclusion, the test work indicated that between 90-99% of ingested silver was excreted on the second day after ingestion, and greater than 99% was excreted in less than a week. So, in other words, almost all of the ingested silver was out of the body in only two days, and most of the rest was out of the body in a week. They found that silver does not build up in the system.

“Silver occurs naturally mainly in the form of its very insoluble and immobile oxides, sulfides, and some salts. It has occasionally been found in ground, surface, and drinking-water at concentrations above 5 µg/liter. Levels in drinking-water treated with silver for disinfection (see Protection and improvement of water quality) may be above 50 µg/liter. Recent estimates of daily intake are about 7 µg per person.”

“Only a small percentage of silver is absorbed. Retention rates in humans and laboratory animals range between 0 and 10%.”

“The only obvious sign of silver overload is argyria, a condition in which skin and hair are heavily discolored by silver in the tissues. An oral NOAEL for argyria in humans for a total lifetime intake of 10 grams of silver was estimated on the basis of human case reports and long-term animal experiments.”

How Long Does The Body Retain Ingested Silver?

According to the EPA IRIS (Integrated Risk Information Systems) Report on silver (5th page, 1st paragraph), several tests were conducted in order to determine the absorption and retention of ingested silver in a number of animals (including primates). These tests indicated that between 90-99% of ingested silver was excreted by the second day after ingestion and greater than 99% was excreted in less than a week. This clearly shows that silver does not build up in the system when consumed in small amounts.

Conclusions;

1. According to the EPA, who is charged with defining safe levels of any mineral in water used for ingestion or drinking, “the oral consumption of small amounts of silver in water on a daily basis poses no significant degree of risk.”

2. The U.S. Government’s Center for Disease Control confirmed in 1995 that there has never been any allergic, toxic or carcinogenic reaction to colloidal silver.

At 3600 PPM, NutraSilver is 180 times more powerful drop for drop than a common 20 ppm colloidal silver solution.

What does that mean to you? It means everything. Especially for peace of mind when fighting nasty infections and lowering your overall costs.

You might be thinking, “Wow, 3600 ppm is just too much.” If you were to take it straight, for some things it could be. But you don’t have to use it at that concentration. The secret is that you can dilute NutraSilver as much as you want without losing effectiveness for typical household uses, you can’t do that with a 10 or 20 ppm colloidal silver.

So what if you or your loved one is suffering… with a horrible viral infection, one that antibiotics can’t touch (antibiotics don’t work for viruses at all, NutraSilver does). If you try and treat the infection with a normal 10 ppm or 20 ppm colloidal silver solution, you’re almost guaranteed to reach a point of desperation as more time passes, the pain never subsides, and nothing deters the viral infection as it rages on.

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