Yes it goes with the golden head I will try again to find the article. For now here is the gene sequence from silent superbug. I believe what we have is a new cross species of fungal and oomycetes. CBL001 / OPEN SOURCE / ITS SEQUENCE >ATCATTAAATACAGTAGATTTCTACTGATCGGGGGGGGTGGAAAGTCCCAGTTTGATTACTGGATCGCGAGTAAGCCCC CTGTCTGCACCCTTGTCTTTTGCGTACTTATGTTTCCTCGGCGGGCTTGCCTGCCGAATGGACAATTCTAAAACCTTTT TAATTTTCAATCAGCGTCTGAACAATTATAATAATTACAACTTTCAACAACGGATCTCTTGGTTCTGGCATCGATGAAG AACGCAGCGAAATGCGATAAGTAGTGTGAATTGCAGAATTCAGTGAATCATCGAATCTTTGAACGCACATTGCGCCCCT TGGTATTCCATGGGGCATGCCTGTTCGAGCGTCATTTGTACCCTCAAGCTATGCTTGGTGTTGGGTGTTTGTCCTCTCC CTTGCGTTTGGACTCGCCTTAAAGAAATTGGCAGCCAGTGTATTGGTATAGAAGCGCAGCACAATTTGCGACTCTAGCT AATAATTACTTGCAACCATCAAGTCTA
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If we could locate the gene sequence of the two species of phytophthora ramorum or phytophthora sojae and compare them as they were at once considered fungal but then they changed their classification . I don't know anything for sure and just think these two are suspect because of the black ooze and putting out a substance that attracts insects. It is also emergent with outbreaks occurring more where humans go in California. The diatoms that Sky talked about we have suspected their involvement for a long time because they are used in nanotechnology and they replicate. I believe this to be the cause of the red blooms too. Diatoms are from the water . OOmycetes well I don't remember now many times I've seen reference to them. F.Oxysporum mines metal and have heads they call false heads so this is where I believe the golden head might come in . I will try to retrieve an article I sent Karen months ago that actually showed a golden head that looked like the one on Rense. What I'm thinking is like nano in diatom with fasarium oxysporum does a little D.N.A. remix so we have a new species. This is a guess based on everything I've been reading since this crazy journey into Morgellons began. It would make sense with the ooze , the bugs, the fibers , puesdo hair , mites, worms . If we could start to typo the gene sequences there would be the definite answers . I am going by what silentsuperbug is saying and searching for a match ! I wished everyone would put a little time every now and then to find an existing match for this but it is quite possible it is not yet published but if it were we could start to put together with proof what is going on! Well now just found this does anybody no how to use it or want to try. www.phytophthoradb.org/welcome.php?a=intro&o=2 Lilsissy
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Just take a look at this nano technology they use to clean water but now that they know nano is so infective how do they guarantee that some of these are not released in the filtered water. www.tahan.com/charlie/nanosociety/course201/nanos/SKppt.pdf Use the scroll on your mouse till you get to the morgellons looking fibers. STUNNING!!!!!!!! And where oh where does the waste nano-tubes go after use? We have easily found that to mix nano-tubes with a little D.N.A. and a fungus causes them to replicate and dirty water is full of all kinds of D.N.A. and fungus! So we have red blooms and sick tree's and sick you and sick meeee'S Filtering the water with worse pathogen's than unfiltered water would have , BRILLIANT FORESIGHT if your into population control!!!!!!!!! Thirsty anyone? lilsissy
BERKELEY, California, September 5, 2002 (ENS) - Sudden Oak Death, a swimming, two-tailed fungus that has killed tens of thousands of California oaks since 1995, has been discovered on California redwoods and Douglas firs. The infected redwood saplings were found at Jack London State Park in Sonoma County and Henry Cowell State Park in Santa Cruz County. The infected Douglas firs were found at another site in Sonoma County.
The discovery of this fungus in California's redwoods, symbolic of the Earth's ancient forests, is disheartening for many people. The redwoods can reach heights of more than 350 feet and live to be 2,000 years old.
Redwood infected with the P. ramorum fungus (Photos courtesy Marin County UCCE) The newly discovered fungus, named just last year, is called Phytophthora (Phy-TOFF-thor-uh) ramorum, meaning infector of twigs. True to its name, symptoms of the disease were detected only on the needles and very small branches of the infected redwoods. That the cause of Sudden Oak Death was a new pathogen was established in 2000 by David Rizzo, a professor of plant pathology at the University of California Davis, and Matteo Garbelotto, a forest pathologist at the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management in the School of Ecosystem Sciences at University of California Berkeley.
Rizzo, who isolated the new species for the first time, making diagnosis possible on a tree-by-tree basis, says the fungi move around by spores that can travel in infected wood and soil, on bicycle and car tires, hikers' shoes and animals' feet.
The fungus Rizzo isolated likes the cool, wet conditions found along much of the California coastline, especially in the redwood forests of the foggy coast ranges.
P. ramorum does not enter trees through the roots, but through the bark on tree trunks and limbs, possibly after they are splashed there by raindrops, Rizzo said. They have two propellant tails, called flagella, that send them swimming quickly through any water.
Once in the tree, the fungus produces enzymes that dissolve the dead outer and living inner layers of bark. Oozing sores result as the cell walls break down.
As the disease progresses into the wood, the tree becomes weak and vulnerable to bark beetles, which burrow into the tree and kill it by blocking its circulatory system.
Now that the Sudden Oak Death fungus has been found in coast redwood and Douglas fir, scientists have identified a total of 17 tree species that are liable to be infected by the Sudden Oak Death fungus.
P. ramorum in fir trees causes new shoots to wilt. (Photo courtesy ) Sixteen of them are found in California. The U.S. Forest Service identifies them as: California black oak, coast live oak, Shreve oak, tanoak, rhododendron, California bay laurel, big leaf maple, madrone, manzanita, huckleberry, California honeysuckle, toyon, California buckeye, California coffeeberry, and the Arrow wood which is found in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. In May, the UK government placed a ban on imports of plants from California and Oregon and added controls on wood to protect Britain's beloved oaks from Sudden Oak Death, which has not become established in the British Isles. British plant health inspectors have found evidence of the disease in viburnum plants at a small number of nurseries.
Elizabeth Cole, a member of the Oak Mortality Task Force Management Committee and Restoration Subcommittee, says that scientists today agree that widespread treatment for Sudden Oak Death may never be available.
"The current approach to the epidemic emphasizes research to understand how the pathogen functions in the ecosystem, public education aimed at preventing human spread of the infection, safe removal of infected dead trees, monitoring, and possible reuse of the biomass," she says.
As the rainy season approaches, when the P. ramorum spores will be most abundant, it is important for visitors to coastal forests to clean their tires, shoes and animals' feet thoroughly before leaving the area. Construction workers should wash equipment well and should not move dirt from one place to another.
"Preventing the movement of soil and wood will be critical to slowing the spread of the fungus to other oak woodlands, such as the Sierra Nevada," Rizzo said. "In particular, firewood and soil should not be moved from coastal areas." Any wood already moved elsewhere should be burned.
An advanced stage of Sudden Oak Death It is not yet clear how the disease will affect California's coast redwood and Douglas fir trees, which are ecologically and economically vital to the state, particularly to the timber, nursery, landscape and construction industries. "Since we have not seen evidence of disease symptoms or death from the pathogen in large, mature redwood or Douglas fir, we cannot say what the effects of the infection will be long term," said Garbelotto.
"It may take years before we can start answering questions about the ecological impacts of the disease on coast redwood and Douglas fir," said Rizzo. The researchers emphasize the need for further study, noting that they have only been studying the biology of P. ramorum in redwoods and Douglas firs for several months.
This research was funded by the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station, the Forest Service Forest Health Management and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
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There are alot of old trees in my yard and one got hit by lightning and then started dying. We tried to save it but the tree guy said it was just too diseased to save. It had alot of nasty looking fungus on it. Anyway, it was cut up and some of it was already dry and shortly after that we had a pool party and had a firepit. I stupidly threw some of it in the fire before I noticed it was covered w/fungus. I dont remember what kind of tree it was but this post made me think of the black stuff that came out of my skin-I posted it awhile back. I have convinced myself that fungus is involved. Thing is Ive been exposed to so much crap around my house, I dont know what to think-heck Im not sure I even do think anymore!
This is used to kill ants, was and still could be used by phorid flies, is carried by them, but was genomed into them.
"We also found that these microbe colonies are not just a one-shot occurrence," Professor Mahaney says. "We found abundant, well-formed, long-lived fungi colonies at two sites in two organic carbon-poor layers between three cm and eight cm (1 - 3 inches) below the surface pavement.
"The strange thing is, we found several colonies of Beauveria bassiana - fungi that thrive on insects. The colonies may have been there longer than centuries, maybe millennia, maybe since the last Ice Age - I have no idea how long. So the question is: what do these well-developed colonies live on?"
Scientists first discovered algae, fungi and bacteria growing inside porous sandstone and surface pavement in the Antarctic dry valleys more than 20 years ago. But these organisms go deeper, occupying what were thought to be regions where life could not survive.
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They add: "It appears that tills have been emplaced on Mars under environmental conditions approximately similar to those occurring in the dry valleys study site, and that the time scale of 10 million years may apply to both areas."
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Post by morgellonsmoe on Dec 16, 2007 20:06:59 GMT -5
This makes very good sense Including the fly Prevenge , I have a question please? Did anyone researching morgellons look for this type of fungus ? thanks Moe cause everything fits then give it a week it changes .
Post by intertidalwoman on Apr 14, 2011 17:30:17 GMT -5
I was researching Sudden Oak Death because it was found on the property where I live and the Forestry Dept wants to come in and poison, clear and burn a 600' diameter circle around a small clump of infected tan oaks. I was surprised to see that one of my search hits was this thread, and that I also have Morgellons, in addition to two other households on the same block with Morgellons. This is a heavily forested area, and we all come in contact with trees daily, in a very wet weather area. I was involved in the politics of SOD in Humboldt, CA during 2002. Up until then, it hadn't been found in commercially important fir and redwood. When it was found in commercially important species, the regulations reguarding the need to strip the bark off infected trees prior to movement out of the area was changed so as not to impact the timber operations. For the past decade, truckloads of trees cut from areas infected with SOD, with bark on, have been traveling up and down the Hwy 101 corridor. I believe spread of SOD has been greatly increased because timber companies were allowed to change the guidelines. Looking at the maps of SOD infestation, they are all along Hwy 101 where the timber trucks haul, and they are also all in areas of daily fog banks. This is not just about spreading through ornamentals in nurseries, and people failing to wash their shoes. In 2002, the speculation was that it was a creation of Sandia Labs in Livermore, Calif, close to Mill Valley where it was originally found (?) in 1995. Sandia Labs describes itself as a " premier science and engineering lab for national security and technological innovation."
Well, I can easily visualize 100' times six times that is a huge circle and after they poision that area, will anything ever grow on it again? Here is hoping you can plant another kind of tree there or even grass. I wonder what they will be using for the poison and will it leach into the ground water?
Also a good reason not to travel the 101 corodor. It may be dull and boring but I-5 will do. In some states they just cut them down and remove them and I assume burn them somewhere else. In any even, maybe you don't want to be around when they burn it and poison it. That is what I would do. 22122
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ChasSansc2: (using tongs) into cold water with lemon juice in it. Wring them out afterwards above the cold water, and look for very small "tiny black rice" looking things at the bottom.
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ChasSansc2: I did, and I saw, and I was in shock. From that point on I added 1 cup of LEMON JUICE to every load of laundry I did. After doing this, I noticed that my clothes actually felt lighter before putting them in the dryer.
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ChasSansc2: What does this all mean? I would suggest that anyone who has Morgellon to add 1 cup of LEMON JUICE to every load of laundry they do, start drinking lemon water and maybe even start taking baths with at least 2 cups of LEMON JUICE in it.
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