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It has many names:
...to name a few.
It is silent, smart, glistening powered by its own transitional metal battery. And when it strikes its victim it feels like a piece of burning broken glass as it pierces the skin. Smaller than any of the 150 pieces of a virus (known as virons), it is invisible to the naked eye. So silent is it, only the one who has been invaded knows its true nature.
Marked with the seal of man-made, self-assembling nano-size materials they can be used in forming drugs, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biomaterials, artificial nerves, artificial brains, pseudo skin and molecular electronics. Yes, it was patterned after nature's many wonders, but it is still one hundred percent man-made.
The nano-brew has been let loose from
its scientific flask casting its woes upon an unsuspecting
Constant or even intermittent exposure to these lipophilic chemicals could result in their accumulation within the organism, unless effective means of elimination are present. Indeed, chemicals can be excreted unchanged into urine, bile, feces, expired air, and perspiration. Except for exhalation, the ease with which compounds are eliminated from the body largely depends on their water solubility. This is particularly true for non-volatile chemicals that are eliminated in urine and feces, the predominant routes of elimination.
Lipophilic compounds that are present in
these excretory fluids tend to diffuse into cellular membranes and
are reabsorbed, whereas water soluble compounds are excreted.
Therefore, it is apparent why lipophilic xenobiotics could
accumulate within the body; They are readily absorbed but poorly
It should be stressed that biotransformation is the sum of the processes by which a foreign invader such as a chemical is subjected to chemical change by living organisms (Figure 1 1).
Image No. 1 - Nanocone Crystal Array
This definition implies that a particular chemical may undergo a number of chemical changes. It may mean that the parent molecule is chemically modified at a number of positions or that a particular metabolite of the parent compound may undergo additional modification. The end result of the biotransformation reaction(s) is that the metabolites are chemically distinct from the parent compound. Metabolites are usually more hydrophilic than the parent compound.
This enhanced water solubility reduces
the ability of the metabolite to partition into biologic membranes
and thus restricts the distribution of the metabolites to the
various tissues, decreases the renal metabolite(s), and ultimately
promotes the excretion of the chemical by the urinary and biliary
Further analysis of these specimens using Micro Raman technology revealed that the fibers that grew out of this same patient were composed of a two part polyester, like a plastic straw within a straw with a head that was made up of silicone (Figure 1 -2 & 1-3).
Image No. 2 -Nano Array
Image No. 3 - View 2 - Nano Array
Polyester is a definite man-made material. It is "nylon" by another name.
Nylon is a compound that is a lipophatic compound, just as silicone. In addition, high density polyethylene fibers were found in a different patient's heel of their foot. (Figure 1-4).
Image No. 4 - Claw/Nanotube Specimen From Jan's Body
The difference in these compounds
and ones that are man-made in a chemical factory are that they have
a size, which is measured at a "NANO" level.
Collectively these materials were found in specimens taken from the same patient who had the knee replacement operation. The individual had blue fibers that would not burn at 1,400 degrees F and harden gels that made lesions. The callus-like scab had cat-like claws on its underside.
These specimens went through Toxicological Pathology and it is true, a picture says a thousand words (Figure 1-5).
Image No. 5 - Claw/Nanotube Specimen
No matter what the biological agent, chemical or foreign invader, the body is geared up to protect itself and remove the toxic material. The body is not ready for a nano foreign invader because one can not see it at any level.
Normally the body would go through
biotransformation and remove this toxic material from the body
through biotransformation, but not in the case of Moregellons, which
seems to have a mind of its own as it riddles the body with its
fibers and continuous self- replication.
Although phase I reactions generally convert foreign compounds to derivatives that are more water soluble than the parent molecule, a prime function of these reactions is to add or expose functional groups (e.g., - OH, - SH, -NH2, - COOH).
These functional groups then permit the compound to undergo phase II reactions. Phase II reactions are biosynthetic reactions where the foreign compounds or a phase I derived metabolite is covalently linked to an endogenous molecule, producing a conjugate. In these cases, the endogenous moieties (e.g. glucuronic acid, sulfate) usually confer upon the lipophilic xenobiotic or its metabolite increased water solubility and the ability to undergo significant ionization at physiologic pH.
These conjugated moieties are normally
added to endogenous products to promote their secretion or transfer
across hepatic, renal, and intestinal membranes. The transport
mechanisms that have developed recognize the conjugating moiety.
Thus, the excretion of conjugated xenobiotics is enhanced by their
ability to participate in transport systems that have evolved from
the conjugated products of endogenous molecules.4
The fate of a particular chemical is determined by its physical/chemical products. Volatile organic compounds may be eliminated via the lungs with no biotransformation. Those with functional groups may be conjugated directly, whereas others undergo phase I reactions before conjugation. As implied, biotransformation is often integrated and can be complex.
Because of this complexity, imbalances
between phase I and phase II reactions or dose-related shifts in
metabolic routes are often causes of chemical-induced tissue injury.5
Because of this, the liver has developed the capacity to extract these substances readily from the blood and to modify chemically many of these substances before they are stored, secreted into bile, or released into the general circulation.
Other tissues can also biotransform foreign compounds. Nearly every tissue tested has shown activity toward some foreign chemicals (Figure 1-6).
Image No. 6 - Claw/Nanotube Specimen
Extrahepatic tissues are limited with respect to the diversity of chemicals they can handle, and thus their contribution to the overall biotransformation of xenobiotics is limited.
However, biotransformation of a chemical
within an extrahepatic tissue may have an important toxicological
implication for that particular tissue.6
These enzymes are membrane bound, since
the endoplasmic reticulum is basically a contiguous membrane
composed of lipids and proteins. The presence of enzymes within a
lipoprotein matrix is critical, since lipophilic substances will
preferentially partition into a lipid membrane, the site of
The resulting supernatant fraction,
which contains a number of soluble enzymes, is referred to as
the cytosol. This cytosol contains many of the enzymes of phase II
biotransformation. Many of the important biotransformation enzymes
are referred to as cytosolic or microsomal to indicate the
subcellular location of the enzymes.
In addition, if delineates the normal
process of metabolism of endogenous nutrients form the
biotransformation of foreign chemicals.7
This is particularly true for some chemical carcinogens, organo-phosphates, and a number of compounds that cause cell necrosis in the lung, liver, and kidney. In many instances, a toxic metabolite can be isolated and identified. In other cases, highly reactive intermediates are formed during the biotransformation of a chemical.
The term toxication or bioactivation is often used to indicate the enzymatic formation of reactive intermediates.
These reactive intermediates are thought to initiate the events that ultimately result in cell death, chemically induced cancer, teratogenesis and a number of other toxicities (Figure 1-7).
Image No. 7 - Claw/Nanotube Specimen
Moregellon affected individuals have the opposite reactions of phase I and II, because they experience specific physical parameters such as low body temperature, high blood pressure, urine conductivity high (20 -21), gels, fibers and fluorescents on the body as nano tattoo fluorescent shapes.
All tell a tale of being injected with a
burning glass needle through their skin as they suffer from severe
Our economy will be increasingly
affected by nanotechnology as more products containing nano
materials move from research and development into production and
As products made from nanomaterials
become more numerous and therefore more prevalent in the
environment, EPA is thus considering how to best leverage advances
in nanotechnology to enhance environmental protection, as well as
how the introduction of nano materials into the environment will
impact the Agency's environmental programs, policies, research
needs, and approaches to decision making. Currently, the only
regulation that addresses to evaluate the environmental risk of nano
materials/technology is the City of Berkley, California.9
Quantum dots, nanoparticles, carbon
nanotubes (in microelectronics) and other throw-away nanodevices may
constitute whole new classes of non-biodegradable nano-junk and
nanosmog, environmental pollutants that could make cancer-causing
asbestos seem tame.11
As David Williams an advisor to the European Union on problems of public perceptions of medical technologies says,
Worse yet, the devices could clog up our
immune system for good.
Nano and the
And determine if it can really improve
our lives without compromising our dignity, integrity and the human
There is an environmental disease on the horizon that will affect more humans and the environment than any one person will know. Its environmental impact will be far greater than DDT, PCBs and asbestos have ever been.
It is called Morgellons: A Nano-911 Foreign Invader.
It has many names - fiber disease, mystery disease, delusional parasitosis and unknown dermatological skin disorder, to name a few. There are 93 exhibiting symptoms. It is silent, smart, glistening - powered by its own transitional metal battery. And when it strikes its victim it feels like a piece of burning broken glass as it pierces the skin.
Smaller than any of the 150 pieces of a virus (known as virons), it is invisible to the naked eye. So silent is it, only the one who has been invaded knows its true nature. Marked with the seal of man-made, self-assembling nano-size materials they can be used in forming drugs, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biomaterials, artificial nerves, artificial brains, pseudo skin and molecular electronics.
Yes, it was patterned after nature's many wonders, but it is still one hundred percent man made. The nano-brew has been let loose from its scientific flask casting its woes upon an unsuspecting innocence.
Morgellons: Nano-911 A Foreign Invader (above report) by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger presented at the National Registry of Environmental Professionals 2007 Annual Conference, September 6, 2007, San Antonio, Texas.