[quote]these forms such as the images shown are benign.
Ah...a judgement that the "criters" whose images
I posted...are harmless. You are basing that statement on fact? You recognize the "lifeform"?
You can I.D. it? You have some proof of it's harmlessness?
Or are you just engaging in hopeful guessing and opinions?
No offense, but I am looking for accurate answers..or at
least useable clues to the next answer in this puzzle.
This slow tour of "the "weird organism wonderland"
has gone on for over a year now.
I get enough "opinions" from the so called physicians.
No matter how much evidence I present, all I get from the
"physicians" is a pronouncement that it is all a delusion.
[pretty damn solid delusion if you ask me]. The photo's are merely demonstrating "optical artifacts"...more illusions..you
see, they are not really evidence of anything...odd.
[do doctors leave their common sense at the med school door?..or
perhaps their allegiance to the "doctors union"..the AMA, trumps their responsibility for curing the sick?
but I digress...]
This "benign" critter has demonstrated it's ability
to thrive in treated city water. Every drop contains
microscopic versions of this thing.
It has demonstrated it's ability to overrun the carbon
cartridge filters used on the tap water...three times now.
The most recent "conquest of the filter" only required
five weeks to grow long enough..inside the filter..to
begin growing out the bottom. [pic in thread opener..
looks like a crystal plant with leaves growing thru
Average size was appx 20mm. In a month.
This was accomplished despite being hosed down by
water treated with Chlorine Dioxide..at least three times
a day [3 1/2 gallon pitchers a day...sometimes 4]
You can see from the pictures of the critter in the filter
carbon how crippled it is from all that "antimicrobial" effort.
For a year now I have had translucent threads growing out
of every body part I care to name. Most plentiful source
is the scalp; I can harvest a combful every few hours.
No topical antifungal, herbal antifungal or prescription
antifungal has slowed this thing down. I have over 11,000
photographs amassed over the last year..at least a third of them feature this translucent..."thread with structures".
...in the beginning...they are so very small..
but it doesn't last long.
pic of the previous brita filter biopsy after two months of use.
[11 june to 12aug]