I do not think George Washington Carver had this in mind when he laid the ground work for the good old peanut and it's many uses. I do not think he ever would have imagined that soybeans, corn, cotton and maybe soon peanuts, if we don't stop them. Monsanto, Syngenta, etc. Maybe I'll get a list of all these companies.
Cliff Michelson might be so right here. Not just cotton, but many products.
GO ORGANIC AS MUCH AS YOU CAN. PRODUCTS ARE LABELED THAT. SEE IF THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR SYMPTOMS.
Beware of buying those Amish products. A community lives about 12 miles from me and they shop at the same grocery store as me, and they buy products with additives just like everyone else. Also they use manure for fertilizer. People from Chicago were paying big bucks for Amish drinking water that was came from their wells.
My God, after reading that article, all I can say is, what the hell has gone wrong in this world? I firmly believe our condition is due to the evil scientists and greed driven corporate pigs...their experimentation and creations having run amuck...will there ever be a way to stop this?
One of the articles I've read (subscribing to the nematode theory) infers that the particular nematode in question was genetically modified to be virtually invincible and nearly undetectable: the cotton fiber worm. Now, I'm going to stand back and say that seems a little too "X Files" to me, but they DO genetically modify existing nematodes to be more resilient and efficient for pest control. That's nearly the same damn thing. There's an old saying, if I've said it already, please forgive me, I've experienced a touch of the brain fog, as you know, but it goes:
"There were snakes in the garden. So the man released a mongoose into the garden. Soon, all the snakes were gone, but the mongoose hungered. And when it hungered for too long, it found a hole in the awning of the man's house, and in the nursery, it began its hunt for food."
I think it was Rudyard Kipling who wrote that. I'm sorry, it's a very bastardized version, but the point is clear: science exists in a delicate balance with nature--it is the study of nature--but when it presumes to and then alters nature, it creates a whole new set of problems tenfold worse than the ones it sought to eliminate. I'm not talking about taking aspirin for a headache, or even transplanting an organ, but altering the genetic building blocks of an organism--changing its very structure. There are demons down that pathway we are not equipped to encounter. It's like CO2 is normally harmless, the breath we exhale. But remove one oxygen atom, and it becomes a lethal poison. When you gentically alter something, you may enhance its resistance to bacteria or whatever, but that balance I mentioned earlier takes precidence which means if you take bricks from one wall to fortify another, you still have a wall vulnerable to attack. The organisms on the planet Earth are all programmed for: birth, feeding, maturing, multiplying and dying. And if you believe in evolution, then organisms will evolve as their environment dictates, when the need arises. Disrupt the balance, and you set off a chain reaction with end results that can't be predicted.
I'm not Cassandra. I'm not a reactionary weirdo or armageddon whacko. I am a person who makes an effort--if I can't learn how something works--to at least observe how something works. An that balance in nature is evident in so many ways from the way geese flock, to the way herds thin or grow and the health of the animals and their predators, to the way the earth's magnetic field flows to the poles and the way the moon affects tides the way all those things have been happening for millions of years until the arrogance of man sought to change its environment. We lit a fuse. And it is now our role to wait and see what that fuse ignites. We're resilient; hopefully, we'll adapt to these new problems that arose from our need to play god. If not, the earth will do fine without us. The earth has plenty of time to heal after we're gone. I suspect that if the earth truly does have a "spirit," she feels about us the same way we feel about our bugs.
And that's the end of my Yoda impression for this evening. Sleep well tonight.
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prson who agrees w poi.k,hjmv:: LOL @ poi.k,hjmv. . . so far same here. but hopefully not for TOO long
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DAC: I have it, but it's not real bad for me yet. I do not have any sores on my body, but the stinging and moving under my skin is very bad. I had a friend who died from this. He got it from cutting down a tree by the airport. He
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does lymes make ur bones hurt : does lymes make ur bones hurt when u breath
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guess who guess who: Hello to my old friends. I
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guess who guess who: I sure didn't know if people were posting here in 2020.
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Pipster: I've had success w/antifungal remedies...after trying others. The bugs might be fungus drawing them in? GMO's are made with a fungus that bonds the DNA of one species to another. Mild fungal & parasitic infections worsen w/EMF waves...weaken immune system.
May 2, 2020 1:01:44 GMT -5
Pipster: It is fungal related and many natural, antifungal remedies work best. It takes time but don't give up.
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lydski: I sure miss learning from many of the old members like Toni, Sydney, Abbienormal, Bananny, .
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carnesmt: Anyone still out there?
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carla MDR: Any of my old friends from Morgellons Disease Research Forum still about ?
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carla MDR: Any of the trolls? Barak .Where are you ?
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carla: if anyone can log in it looks like the personal messages still work x
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