Gone are the days when Morgellon's Disease was being dismissed as a
fantasy. Now the prestigious magazine of science, the New Scientist,
reports that scientists studying the illness are becoming convinced that
it is a real syndrome.
A startling story on today's Unknowncountry.com front page suggests a
link between Morgellon's syndrome and the consuming of genetically
Reporting on a recent article in the New Scientist, Unknowncountry notes
that a substance called "Agrobacterium" is being found by scientists in
Morgellons fibers. This substance is a carrier for modified genes in
Genfoods, which have been the subject of warnings on Dreamland and
Unknowncountry since the day Whitley Strieber became Dreamland host and
founded the website, are now planted in 22 countries by 10.3 million
farmers. Half of the crops are in the United States.
The majority of these crops are herbicide and insect resistant soybeans,
corn, cotton, canola, and alfalfa. Other crops grown commercially or
field-tested are a sweet potato resistant to a virus that could decimate
most of the African harvest, rice with increased iron and vitamins.
On the horizon are bananas that produce vaccines, fish that mature more
quickly, and cows that can be fed other cows because they are resistant
to mad cow disease.
Fruit and nut trees that yield years earlier, and plants that produce
plastics are on the horizon.
Or, perhaps, given the composition of Morgellons fibers, the production
of plastics is already happening...in the human body.