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Morgellons Toxicity – A Continued Report
by
Clifford E Carnicom
May 21 2019
(Note : Higher Bandwidth Required – Videos)

This is the third in a series of reports that reveal serious toxicity issues that are a consequence of the microbiology that is known to be causal to the “Morgellons” health condition.

The first of these reports is a series of papers that examine this toxicity and its damaging effects upon certain plant, fungal and agricultural examples. The second report examines this toxicity within an example of primal life on this planet, the protozoa. This third report examines this microbe toxicity on a more elevated life form, the crustacean (Artemia).

 In all cases, the toxicity is apparent, profound, and of great consequence with implications for the life on this planet.

The source of the toxin is a water soluble protein that has been isolated and extracted from the microbe of concern, designated by this researcher as a “cross-domain” bacteria.  This tentative designation remains in place based upon numerous papers on this site to justify that claim.  Additional proteins of different form and bio-molecules have also been isolated from this same microbe, including DNA.

 

Video of Brine Shrimp Control Solution – Trial 1
Brine Solution Only – No Protein Added

 

Video of Brine Shrimp Subjected to CDB Microbial Protein – Trial 1
Brine Solution with Addition of Microbial Protein  – 1 Hour into Treatment Period
Concentration of Protein Solution : Approx. 0.1% (1 part in 1000)
Magnification : Approx. 16x

 

Video of Brine Shrimp Subjected to CDB Microbial Protein – Trial 1
Brine Solution with Addition of Microbial Protein  – 2 Hours into Treatment Period
Concentration of Protein Solution : Approx. 0.1% (1 part in 1000)
Magnification : Approx. 16x

 

Video of Brine Shrimp Control Solution – Trial 2
Brine Solution Only – No Protein Added

 

Video of Brine Shrimp Subjected to CDB Microbial Protein – Trial 2
Brine Solution with Addition of Microbial Protein  – 30 Minutes into Treatment Period
Concentration of Protein Solution : Approx. 0.5% (5 parts per 1000)
Magnification : Approx. 16x

 

Video of Brine Shrimp Subjected to CDB Microbial Protein – Trial 2
Brine Solution with Addition of Microbial Protein  – 1 Hour into Treatment Period
Concentration of Protein Solution : Approx. 0.5% (5 parts per 1000)
Magnification : Approx. 16x

The motility and functioning of the brine shrimp continues to decline over time with an end result of death.

The evidence provided by these videos, as well as all information provided within the previous toxicology reports, speaks for itself as to the seriousness of the issues involved here.  The evidence is now strong that all life on earth is affected by this “New Biology” (Jan, 2014). It remains a remarkable state of affairs that many of  those of means and influence to assist the general welfare continue to turn a deaf ear and blind eye to the environmental and biological transformations that are in progress on this planet.  This is especially enigmatic when the existence of the human species is, at a minimum, jeopardized but also most likely threatened to some degree by this same neglect.  It is understood that such avoidance can result from both ignorance and fear, but this does not dismiss the realities and responsibilities that lie before us.

Sincerely,

Clifford E Carnicom
May 19, 2019

 

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