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Archive Silentsuperbug-Reference.blogspot.com Silent Superbug Reference Tam Tam Van Eeden

Archive Silentsuperbug-Reference.blogspot.com Silent Superbug Reference Tam Tam Van Eeden

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Archive Silentsuperbug-reference.blogspot.com Silent Superbug Reference Tam Tam Van Eeden
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[I'm going to go ahead and post this to scribd, even though I'm left with more questions than answers. Ihave to ask myself – Why did Tam Tam (Van Eeden) disappear? Is he dead? Did he realize he'd reachedthe wrong conclusions? Or did he have nothing new to offer and called it quits? I'd have a lot moreconfidence in his findings, if he were still “out there” so to speak, for better or worse. – Rose][I agree with Dr. Stricker in San Francisco. “Morgellons” or “Silent Superbug” or whatever name youprefer – IS NOT CONTAGIOUS !!! If it were, a lot more people would be sick and there would be anational, international uproar. Insect Bite or Arachnid Bite or … And I wonder if there isn't somethingunusual about the genetics of the Morgellons population. I'm no expert, but I suppose Morgellonscould mutate into something contagious to general population, but I'm just speculating. – Rose][I gather the following searchable text, well, precisely for that reason. Someone more knowledgeablethan I could do a more comprehensive job. This is rather hit or miss. And I just don't like it whenpages disappear from the Web.][I'm not sure what Tam Tam is inferring here. Silent Superbug (Morgellons) is also a cyanobacterium?And
 these mitochondria are from human cells? As in man-made in a laboratory by mad scientists, then unintentional release?
 
http://web.archive.org/web/20070924122109/http://silentsuperbug-reference.blogspot.com/ 5 captures24 Sep 07 - 9 Mar 1324 Sep 07 -- Searchable TextSILENTSUPERBUG"Why did previous investigators not find well-defined mitochondria? I am convinced that thesemitochondria are from human cells" (Karvita B. Ahluwalia, 2001) TOP IMAGE: Infection of Pleospora papaveracea on Papaver somniferum: Bacteria surrounding thepenetration site of the P. papaveracea appressorium (left), and a P. papaveracea hyphae that haspenetrated the abaxial surface of the poppy leaf via a stomate (right). (Bailey et al., see article listing)©Copyright 2000 by The American Phytopathological Society / BOTTOM IMAGE: STRAIN CBL001 / INFECTION OF HUMAN SKIN WITH PHOMA sp. (ASSOCIATED WITH PLEOSPORA)**** APS / The American Phytopathological Society**** Biowarfare in the Andes / The labs are brewing up two types of killer fungi, Fusarium oxysporum(for use against marijuana and coca plants) and Pleospora papaveracea (to destroy opium poppies).**** Risks of Using Biological Agents to Eradicate Drug Plants "In hairy areas, the fungi grow around the hair shaft"**** PHAEOHYPHOMYCOSIS**** Synonym and Classification Data for Phoma spp.**** Phoma spp. **** DROUHET LECTURE / To make a virtue out of necessitySTRAIN CBL001 CLASSIFICATION / FUNGAL LINEAGE **** teleomorph, anamorph, holomorph and synanamorphs. **** TAXONOMY PHOMA**** TAXONOMY PLEOSPORALES**** TAXONOMY SPHEAOSPHERIA**** TAXONOMY AGROCYBE PEDIADES**** TAXONOMY FUSARIUMAscomycota: Origin on microalgae and cyanobacteria. Very probable. **** 3318. Pleosporales Luttrell ex M.E. / Notes on ascomycete systematics**** 4324. Ascomycota / 4. Origin on microalgae and cyanobacteria. - Very probable. **** ARTICLE/ Phaeodaria/ PHAEOSPHAERIA spp.**** Bacterial chemotaxis: Rhodobacter sphaeroides and Sinorhizobium meliloti--variations on atheme?**** The teleomorph of the weakly aggressive segregate of Leptosphaeria maculans
 
**** A New Biotype of Phaeosphaeria sp. of Uncertain Affinity Causing Stagonospora Leaf BlotchDisease in Cereals in PolandMETADATA SINCE MAY 28, 2007FRAPPR! INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT SINCE MAY 28, 2007 **** Human Phaeohyphomycotic Osteomyelitis Caused by the Coelomycete Phomopsis Saccardo1905: Criteria for Identification, Case History, and Therapy**** First report of subcutaneous phaeohyphomycosis of the foot caused by Phoma minutella.**** A deeply invasive Phoma species infection in a renal transplant recipient.**** Fungi: Phoma**** Phoma glomerata as a Mycoparasite of Powdery Mildew**** Phoma sojicola comb. nov. and other hyaline-spored coelomycetes ...**** First report of Phoma sorghina (Sacc.)**** PHOMA/ WWW.FORENSICA.COM**** ITS sequencing support for Epicoccum nigrum and Phoma epicoccina being the same biologicalspecies**** Some isolates originally identified as E. nigrum developed a "Phoma-like" pycnidial state**** Extracellular lipolytic activity in Phoma glomerata**** Freely cultural prevention of petit vert Fusarium wilt (Phoma bacteria) by soil disinfection bysolar heat.**** Nomenclature Fact Sheet: Phoma andigena Turkensteen 1995**** Nomenclatural Fact Sheet - Phoma crystalliniformis**** Registration of Ascochyta Blight and Fusarium Wilt Resistant CA2954 Kabuli ChickpeaGermplasm**** Evidence of the production of silver nanoparticles via ...**** Phoma blights**** A PHOMA SP. THAT KILLS COMMON CRUPINA (CRUPINA VULGARIS)**** Biological, Ecological and...**** Identification of Sources of Resistance to Phoma medicaginis Isolates in Medicago truncatulaSARDI Core Collection Accessions, and Multigene Differentiation of Isolates**** Clamidóspora de Poma glomerata**** Check-list for scientific names of common parasitic fungi. Supplement Series 2c, d (additions andcorrections): Fungi on field crops: pulse (legumes), forage crops (herbage legumes), vegetables andcruciferous crop**** PLANT PEST DIAGNOSTIC BRANCH ANNUAL REPORT 2003 **** NEW YORK TIMES: San Francisco to Offer Care for Every Uninsured Adult **** The first distribution, biomass and toxicity study of a newly established bloom of the colonialcyanobacteria Microcystis aeruginosa was conducted on October 15, 2003 in the upper San FranciscoBay Estuary. Microcystis aeruginosa was widely distributed throughout 180 km of waterways in theupper San Francisco Bay Estuary from freshwater to brackish water environments and containedhepatotoxic microcystins at all stations **** HILLARY ON HEALTH CARE**** OBAMA ON HEALTH CARE

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