I dl'ed and watched it.
was surprised to see him focus on the tick..
well..yes..a tick could transfer bacteria..
but so many tick bites..in so many places..
morgellons appears to be ..everywhere..simultaneously.
The morg phenomena is not sourcing form a few "hot spots"
and growing..it's ubiquitous. And unlike the Lyme
outbreak..some of the morgellons hotspots are not known for heavy tick activity.
on the other hand..the "other" "popular" agrobacterium
vector is the use of agrobacterium in the production of
genetically modified plants . the agrobacterium
can induce it's target plant to produce cellulose.
people are growing cellulose fibers.
Big Ag using agrobacterium to transfer "desired trait" dna
into target plants. Agrobacteria may be transferring
more than "the desired trait".
?? odd part is..the ability of AgBact to transfer
it's own payload has been known..for a long time.
That ability to "gene splice" with other species is what makes AgBact so attractive to Big AG.
how the hell can Big Ag miss the fact that the AgBact is
going to transfer the "make cellulose" genetic code?
[or is there a processing step involved to remove the
"make cellulose gene" from the AgBact dna/plasmid?
Maybe their "remove the make cellulose" procedure..[if
there is one]..is ..less than perfect.
If I had money to bet..I'd put a heavy wager that the
primary vector for morgellons is via the food supply.
To have so many people coming down with morg..all over
the country..at the same time..there would have to
be a common source. That common source would not likely
be..a tick. Ticks have their own "habitat" requirements.
Some of the afflicted humans are not interacting with
"the great outdoors". City folks are falling prey to "morg"..without benefit of flora or fauna...save perhaps
the denizens of their salt water aquarium. However..
EVERYONE is sharing the same contaminated [gmo] food