Researchers Link Morgellons To Slime Mold, Dictyostelium DiscoidiumMorgellons Syndrome Friday, February 17th, 2012
By Amir Alwani
Look what the cat dragged in! The cat dragged in Dictyostelium Discoidium, a slime mold that researchers link to Morgellons. Our cat literally dragged this blob in and, when we took a look at it under the microscope, it started laying bits of itself around as it was crawling inside the plastic baggie.
I am definitely no expert on this kind of thing (by any stretch of the imagination) but if I had to guess, I would say that this blob is dictyostelium discoidium.
I would love to hear suggestions as to what this is if you do not think it is dictyostelium discoidium. This is a subject that interests me very much.
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UPDATE: While doing more research I found the following video on YouTube.
CLN NOTE: Also see perhaps the most important article ever written regarding the cause of Morgellons, by Clifford Carnicom, titled “The Biggest Crime of All Time“, in which he states:
“It can now be shown with conviction that environmental filament samples and the filaments that are characteristic of the “Morgellons” condition are of one and the same nature…
“The case that they are of one and the same nature can and is also now being made analytically through the use of spectral analysis. This paper will progress through a series of spectral analyses that have been made, both on the control side as well as on the investigative side. The end conclusion that is reached from the work is that at least one source of the so-called ‘Morgellons’ condition has been identified. The fact that this traces itself to a repeatedly occurring environmental sample represents, in my opinion, the worst crime in human history.”