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Citizens Against Harmful Technology
Actively Participate In Educating the Public            Newsletter          July 10, 2016

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NEW BROCHURE: US uses Directed Energy on Citizens

This brochure explains directed energy assaults, implants, body sensor networks and phone stalking.

NEW WEBSITE:  Think: Targeted Individuals
Link to Think: Targeted Individuals
Please share your stalking stories here.  Find friends and share your experiences. This harassment and electronic harassment is going on all over the world. Here is testimony that shows your story is not an isolated event. While each person is targeted differently, the similarities join our parallel experiences.
This is a picture of a device in a case used to spray pesticide on people as they walk by. The cart was hobbled with a loose very noisy wheel that made the whole thing shake as it was coming towards me, as if to tell the people who would have advance knowledge that the cart would be coming (employees) so they could leave the area. The cart was driven by a male with dark skin but I didn't get a picture of his face. This is WALMART!
Frequencies are being put on me that cause me to feel a sensation of going up and down in an elevator when I walk, like floating in the air, with each step. [This testimony was sent to me by two TI's.]


This person with a phone is standing at least 30 yards away from me but can connect the implants in my body. It may be possible that the GPS device being covertly implanted in people's feet can be operated from several hundred meters away. Stalkers don't even have to appear to their victim, but for the purpose of the program we are in, the appearance of a stalker is the psy-ops part which tells you, "You are being stalked."

Lately, we have a new kind of appearance, half naked. The man with the dog wasn't at first an apparent stalker but he came down the street to our house, went by in front of it and then immediately turned around and went back. The naked man on the bike was sitting straight up on his bike, but when he got to our house, he ducked his head and then when he had passed, put it up again. This is odd behavior in front of one house.

FIRST FOIA REQUEST:  To FCC Requesting Info on MAC addresses
Instead of being tattooed like the Jews, we have our own electronic numbers emanating form our brains and bodies in the form of frequencies from RFID devices. We are in more of a Hitler-like situation than people realize. A man (this one a Publix employee) can walk by you and get your personal number and information with an RFID reader. This manager was stalking his victim from behind and when asked to stop, he asked if he could "call someone" as if the person were having mental problems and needed help because they asked to not be followed by a man with an RFID device in his pocket.  Stores are the new battle ground, any place you go in public really, but you are at a disadvantage indoors because people can get real close.
July 6, 2016 12:54 PM
To: <>
Vanessa Lamb
Deputy Associate Managing Director - FOIA Program
Room 1-A834
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20554
(202) 418-0440 (Telephone)
This is an FOIA Request. The purpose that might help you understand why this information is necessary. people are finding non-medical related implants in their heads that issue a radio signal constantly, some from the left ear. Some are implanted in the shoulders, hands and feet and have a wake/sleep cycle, wakeable with a device which communicates with frequencies such as a cell phone. The person is subsequently tracked and surveilled through cell phone systems. These would be implanted in an arrangement such as a Body Area Network.

  1. Records that exist that list the specific implantable microwave/radio communication devices that have been approved for implantation in the head or other body parts of human beings that are connectable with a communication device such as a cell phone to a surveillance system which includes cell towers and satellites, date they were approved and the manufacturer. 
  1. If any have been approved and implanted and assigned to particular humans, who would thereafter have their own IP address or MAC address, for connection with a smart phone 4G LTE or any other system of communication through a gateway device as in a Body Sensor Network, does there exist a list of people who have received these implants in their heads or other body parts, and their particular assigned radio/computer/IP/MAC frequency addresses which are used to communicate through a cell phone system or device  (system also connected with cell towers and satellites). Would each MAC address be reported to the FCC? If so, there would be a list of ip or MAC addresses for each human being registered with the FCC?
PHONE STALKING:  TI's Directed Energy 4G LTE GPS Stimulated Implants at Costco
New Phone Stalking Video
Do you have implants?  Wonder how they are connected and stimulated?  Watch this video. It is easy using an app on a 4G LTE smart phone.  It only takes a few seconds, some connect within a few inches to hundreds of meters (GPS chip).
VIDEO: Solaris Blue Raven
Solaris BlueRaven Synthetic Telepathy Part One
Solaris BlueRaven Synthetic Telepathy Part Two
This is a real intelligent testimony of a TI.
REMOTE SENSING:  100 Uses, including surveillance satellites
16. Spying on enemies with reconnaissance satellites
Militaries are harnessing the power of satellite imagery to retrieve intelligence on enemies. As for remote sensing applications, reconnaissance satellites go all the way back to the 1950’s US Corona Program. Its purpose was to spy on the Soviet Union and China after the war. But satellites have come a long way from taking photographs and parachuting down to the surface. Now they’re so secretive that if they told you… well… who knows what they would do to you.
TECHNOLOGY: Effects of Long-term Surveillance
Long-term Effects of Ubiquitous Surveillance in Home
The Helsinki Privacy Experiment is a study of the long-term effects of ubiquitous surveillance in homes. Ten volunteering households were instrumented with video cameras with microphones, and computer, wireless network, smartphone, TV, DVD, and customer card use was logged. We report on stress, anxiety, concerns, and privacy-seeking behavior after six months. The data provide first insight into the privacy-
invading character of ubiquitous surveillance in the home and explain how people can gradually become accustomed to surveillance even if they oppose it.
"PC logger
A logger was implemented for Windows computers, based on PyKeylogger2. Our variant 1) logs all keypresses to a de-limited data file, 2) takes a partial screenshot at the location of every mouse click, 3) takes full screenshots every 60 se-conds if the computer is not idle, and 4) records the fore-ground application identifier. All files are encrypted and sent over SMTPS to Alice in the background. The logger was configured to launch automatically up on login."

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE:  If you have the hum, its AI, you are connected by frequencies to a government AI computer with two-way transmission of information.

See: Demystifying artificial intelligence
See: Tech trends: Cognitive analytics
See: Intelligent automation
See: Cognitive technologies: The real opportunities for business
Artificial intelligence in 2020:
  • Cognitive analytics, where machines learn from experience and build associations, help develop technology systems that evolve hypothesis, draw conclusions and codify instincts and experience.
  • Parallel information processing, aided through chips custom designed for AI applications, help parallel processing of vast amounts of data.
  • Smarter gets redefined with the advances in sensor, cloud and machine learning technology, and pushes the boundary of smarter homes, cars, infrastructure and just about everything.
  • Deep learning approaches allow processing of raw data including images, speech and natural language; thus providing deeper insights.
  • Face-reading machines decipher micro facial expressions to build meaningful information on the emotional state of the user, improving human-computer interaction in areas of e-learning and e-therapy.
  • Intelligent automation combines automation with artificial intelligence that allows knowledge workers, from physicians to investment analysts to plant supervisors, to process, understand and use ballooning volumes of information.
  • Networking sensors to analysts/
  • Cognitive government
  • The autonomous information mesh
  • Virtual training for caseworkers
  • Crime fighting via predictive video
  • Facial-recognition ID systems
  • Human robocops
  • Pervasive policing
  • Big data for micro-tailored interventions
  • Human side of government
  • Cognitive calibration in the classroom
  • Teachers who can “read minds”
  • Robot teaching assistants
  • A new teacher-student relationship
  • Education technology mash-ups
  • Social transport
  • “Connected” vehicle
Book: Parallel Worlds 
Parallel Worlds:  A Journey Through Creation, Higher Dimensions, and the Future of the Cosmos
by Michio Kaku (Author)
In this thrilling journey into the mysteries of our cosmos, bestselling author Michio Kaku takes us on a dizzying ride to explore black holes and time machines, multidimensional space and, most tantalizing of all, the possibility that parallel universes may lay alongside our own. This is an exciting and unforgettable introduction into the new cutting-edge theories of physics and cosmology from one of the pre-eminent voices in the field.
WEATHER WARFARE: Too Much Rain Everywhere

14 Worst Natural Disasters of 2015

WEATHER WARFARE: Chemtrails Manual-Release of Heavy Metals

Military Documents Confirm “Chemtrails” Originated in the US Air Force

In 2001, US Rep., Dennis Kucinich introduced HR 2977 “Space Preservation Act of 2001”. The text of the Bill defines Chemtrails as an exotic weapon.

About the Chemtrails Manual Cover
  • The Air Force Academy Chemtrails manual cover shows a flame from a Bunsen burner that appears to be producing two “trails”.
  • The title of the manual “Chemtrails” is printed between the two “trails”.
  • Considering the intentional graphic depicting “trails” it’s possible the Bunsen burner represents a jet engine producing “chemically” induced, persistent contrails.
  • A Bunsen burner is a common piece of laboratory equipment that produces a single open gas flame which is used for heating, sterilization, and combustion.
  • A test tube filled with a liquid is emptying contents into a flask.
  • The remaining graphic appears to be a chemical representation for “methane” (CH4). Since Natural gas contains mostly “methane” it’s possible this symbol alludes to the fuel providing the flame to the Bunsen burner. (Natural Gas)
The complete 220 page Chemtrails manual is available for download – HERE or HERE (Large 28 MB file. Use right-click method to download)
MORGELLONS: Finding answers
See the little white critter exiting this ovum?  These are nematodes. If you have Morgellons, you most likely have real arthropods living in your skin. If your skin sheds small sand-like particles, depending on the species of animals, they may be black, blue, clear, brown. They continue coming out of the skin because the animals continue to reproduce.

There is only one way to prove that the objects coming from your skin contain animals. Get a microscope at least 400X, take pictures of everything that comes from your body.  You will find objects relating to insects (arthropods) and worms (nematodes, cestodes etc) and bacteria. You may find highly colored or metallic and geometrically shaped objects which may be bacterial or animal products.
You will also find fibers which are the result of bacterial filamentation Some organisms filament as a regular part of their life cycle. The fibers to the left are amyloid fibers made by Bacillus subtillis which is a model organism and has been found related to Alzheimers. However, some only filament when there is some stress involved, such as lack of food. They can be genetically altered to produce genetically coded dyes.

Things that look like fibers may actually be worms. Be aware that any specimens that come from your body may be contagious and you should take precautions against infecting other people, in particular, saliva, urine, sweat and sexually transmitted fluids.
MORGELLONS: Synthetic Biology
Synthetic Biology (The Cell as a Nanosystem)
This is a Power Point Presentation which takes you through the various methods of genetically engineering biology using synthetic biology. This will show you how genetically altered biological systems self-assemble. You see some of these processes in Morgellons.  There are strange objects which appear in the skin and specimens from the body, including the blood.
MORGELLONS:  Ecdysone & Genetic Changes (Research paper & video)
Do you have slow healing lesions? These lesions may be caused by microscopic arthropods too small to be seen by the naked eye. Has a doctor said you are delusional because he/she can't see the bugs? Morgellons is a military grade entomological terror weapon being used to torture innocent civilians. The medical community has not been informed about this disease and its complexity keeps it from being properly identified, named and treated. The longer a biological weapon remains untreated, the more time it has to reach its peak lethality. Obstruction by agencies as to its treatment or cure is a part of the military strategy. Textbook of Military Medicine: Medical Aspect of Chemical and Biological Warfare, Use of Biological Weapons, p. 636-658.
Are insects or worms, bacteria, fungus or plants growing in your skin?  Gene therapy makes this possible. What is gene therapy? Gene therapy is the use of DNA as a treatment or cure for disease. It can be used to change or replace genes in an animal and plant cells. Various methods are used to insert new genes into cells. DNA that encodes a therapeutic protein is packaged within a "vector". [2] Regulatable Gene Expression Systems for Gene Therapy applications: Progress and Future Challenges, Curr Gene Ther. 2006 August 6(4): 421-438.  There may be a primary (insect) vector and a secondary vector (bacteria). Once inside a cell, the DNA becomes expressed by the cellular machinery, resulting in the production of a therapeutic protein, which in turn treats the patient's disease.  
A successful therapy uses the insect hormone ecdysone and its nuclear receptor EcR. What is a nuclear receptor? Nuclear receptors are proteins in cells that sense steroid and thyroid hormones and work with other proteins to regulate the expression of specific genes, only when a ligand (hormone) such as ecdysone is present, thereby controlling the development, homeostasis and metabolism of the organism. [3] Evans RM. The steroid and thyroid hormone receptor superfamily. Science. 1988;240 (4854):889-95.; [4] Mangelsdorf DJ, et al. The nuclear receptor superfamily: the second decade. Cell 1995; 83(6): 835-9;
                    Steroid hormone receptors are the largest group of transcription factors in the mammalian proteome. The endogenous ligands of steroid receptors cross epithelial barriers ad plasma membranes with ease. Ligands bind to their receptors in the cytoplasm and these ligand-receptor complexes can then be translocated to the nucleus where they regular gene expression.
A strategy designed to overcome the limitations of steroid hormone receptor regulatory systems was the utilization of a nonmammalian steroid hormone receptor. Ecdysone receptor (EcR) is a steroid hormone receptor involved in triggering metamorphosis in Drosophila melanogaster. A different class of steroid ligands called ecdysteroids bind to EcR, and the ecdysone-responsive element is also unique. [5] Regulatable Gene Expression Systems for Gene Therapy applications:  Progress and Future Challenges.
Humans have 48(?) kinds of hormone receptors but not the ecdysone receptor, so its gene must be taken from an insect genome. [6] Robinson-Rechavi M., How many nuclear hormone receptors are there in the human genome?Trends Genet, 2001 Oct. 17(1)0:554-6.
The insect hormone receptor from the fly DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER or other species are incorporated into human cells. [7] D No., Ecdysone-inducible gene expression in mammalian cells and transgenic mice, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA., 1996 April 16; 93(8): 3346-3351.
         Cells sensitive to steroid hormones contain internal receptor molecules that bind the hormones. Steroid hormones are small, nonpolar molecules that diffuse through the phospholipid interior of cell membranes. The intracellular protein receptors usually perform the entire task of transducing the signal within the target cell. The chemical signal activates the receptor, which directly triggers the cell’s response. In almost every case, the intracellular receptor activated by a lipid-soluble hormone is a transcription factor and the response is a change in gene expression. Most intracellular receptors are located in the nucleus. The hormone-receptor complexes bind to specific sites in the cell’s DNA and stimulates the transcription of specific genes. mRNA produced in response to hormone stimulation is translated into new protein in the cytoplasm. This new protein could be a pathogen that produces a disease as part of a bioweapon. [8]
Geneticists have designed a system for use in transgenic animals where the insect ecdysone hormone receptor molecule can be synthesized continuously in the glandular cells of the organism.  [9] Campbell, John, Engineering the Human Germline: An Exploration of the Science and Ethics of Altering the Genes We Pass to Our Children, Jan 7, 2000.
The Morgellons patent is entitled "Polynucleotide Encoding Insect Ecdysone Receptor."
US 6245531 B1, Polynucleotides are DNA & RNA (biopolymers made of 13 or more nucleotide monomers in a chain). [10]
The inventors are: David Hogness, Michael Koelle and William Seagraves. The assignee is the Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. Filed Sep 30, 1992, Published May 7, 1996. The patent provides for three plasmid cassettes containing genetic instructions. This patent describes the insertion of a molecular switch using the 20-OH ecdysone receptor (or DHR3, E75A or E75B) which is genetically inserted into insects, worms, bacteria, plants and mammals.
Ecdysone is used in biochemistry research as an inducer in transgenic animals where a new gene is introduced into an animal.  Adding or removing ecdysteroids from the animal's DIET turns the gene on or off. [11] Ecdysone-inducible gene expression in mammalian cells and transgenic mice; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA; Vol. 93, pp. 3346-3351, April 1996, Genetics
Transgenic means an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. Transgenesis is the process of introducing an exogenous gene called a transgene into a living organism so that the organism will exhibit a new property and transmit that property to its offspring.
Transgenic organisms are able to express foreign genes because the genetic code is similar for all organisms. This means that a specific DNA sequence will code for the same protein in all organisms. Due to this similarity in protein sequence, scientists can cut DNA at these common protein points and add other genes.
Nucleic acid (DNA) encoding a therapeutic protein is placed inside a virus "vector" whose infectious machinery is used to insert the new or therapeutic DNA in the cells of an organism. The nucleic acids (DNA) could be meant to help or harm you, such as a stealth virus, bacteria or any other pathogenic materials in the case of a bioweapon like Morgellons.
Adenovirus is used as a virus vector.  Adenoviral vectors can hold large DNA inserts (up to 35 kb). They are human viruses and are able to transduce a large number of different human cell types at very high efficiency. The inside of the virus is scooped out and the genes to be transmitted are put inside. The virus infects the cell and the ecdysone receptor proteins enter the cell nucleus. The ecdysone switch turns the DNA on and it is expressed in the animal. [12] Graham, Lloyd D., Ecdysone-controlled expression of transgenes. The ability to dminister the vector repeatedly is critical in many treatment protocols so the presence of multiple generations of the animals is important to maintain in the victim. In order to suppress the immune response, the costimulatory interactions required for an immune response to an antigen is blocked, blinding the immune system, making repeat administration possible. [13] Anderson W. French, Human Gene Therapy, Nature, 1998 apr 30,392(6679 Suppl) 25-30.
In insects, ecdysone triggers reproduction, growth, molting  & development through the activation of the ecdysone receptor. The receptor is called EcR and is coupled with another protein called Ultraspiracle (USP). [14] Ecdysone-inducible gene expression in mammalian cells and transgenic mice; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, Vol. 93, pp. 3346-3351, April 1996
The ecdysone receptor senses and responds to the presence of ecdysone, causing a ascade of molecular events controlling the development, homeostasis and metabolism of the organism. The presence of ecdysone triggers the ecdysone receptor. In the absence of ecdysone, nothing happens.  This molecular on/off switch is called an Inducible Expression System. Ecdysone has no effect on animals that do not have extra genes inserted so its presence indicates the transgene is working. [15] Inducible control of transgene expression with ecdysone receptor: gene switches with high sensitivity, robust expression, and reduced size; RheoGene, Inc., Norristown, PA, USA; BioTechniques 39:191-200 (August 2005)
The process of gene delivery and expression is known as transduction.  The vector must be capable of targeting the cell type most appropriate for the disease. To achieve stable, sustained gene expression requires integration of the vector DNA into the host DNA or in a separate structure known as  an episome, which is a closed circular DNA molecule that is replicated in the nucleus. [16] Verma, Inder M., Weitzman, Matthew D.; Gene Therapy: Twenty-First Century Medicine, Annu Rev. Biochem. 2005. 74:711-38
What can the Inducible Expression System do?
The gene is given a promoter that is active only in the glandular cells of the target organ so a disease could be placed in a particular place in the body, such as the brain, heart, pancreas, liver, skin, finger nails or hair follicles, but it is possible that the products of gene expression can be seen in the whole organism.
In this system, DNA is cloned using E. coli and other microbial hosts such as Bacillus subtilis, Salmonella, Serratia and various Pseudomonas species.
This system uses enhancers or promoters derived from viruses such as SV40, Adenovirus, Bovine Papilloma Virus, polyoma virus, cytomegalovirus and retroviruses such as leukemia virus, Rous sarcoma virus & HIV.
The genes that are switched on could be stealth viruses or any other pathogenic genetic construction, including man-made creations.  The ecdysone switch could also be used to turn on dormant viruses.
This system uses reporter molecules such as luciferase so that the presence or location of a desired ligand (hormone) may be easily determined.
The ecdysone system has effects on some kinds of blood cells such as lymphocytes and neutrophils and may regulate the immune system.  Also during gene therapy the presence of cytokines in the blood may result in fatigue and in extreme cases, death.  Cytokines are regulators of the immune system such as interleukins and interferons. Viral vectors induce an immune response because they express immunogenic epitopes within the organism. The first immune response occurring after vector transfer is cytokines and chemokines secretions at a lesion site. [17] Bessis, N., Immune Responses to gene therapy ectors:  influence on vector function and effector mechanisms; Gene Therapy 2004 Vol():  S10-S17. You may have a rash with multiple lesions. Adverse reactions to cytokines are inflammation and/or ulceration or widespread papular eruptions. [18] James, William, et al (2005). Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: Clinical Dermatology. (10th ed.). Saunders.
If you have been innoculated with the ecdysone Inducible Expression System, you may have ecdysone or other arthropod hormones and receptors in your blood.  There may be a blood test for the hormone and its receptor. It would certainly be unusual to ask for one unless your doctor understood that Morgellons victims infected with arthropods, nematodes, plants and parasites were engineered using these techniques.
Infestations by Arthropods
An infestation of flies (of the order Diptera) is called Myiasis. There are 38 species of parasitic flies. Myiasis is a condition where flies of the Order Diptera lay eggs in the skin or flesh of a human being or other vertebrate.  A vertebrate is an animal with a backbone. Baby flies called larvae (maggots) are born in the flesh of the host and eat living or dead tissue, body fluids and ingested food. The female lays eggs in open wounds, in unbroken skin, in the nose or ears or in food or water. The life cycle consists of the egg, larvae, pupae and adult. When the larvae hatch, they cut through the skin and tunnel through the host tissue, causing lesions and dangerous infections. [19]
An infestation of mites is called Acariasis (of the order Acari). Infestations by nematodes (round worms) are named after the animal. Disease caused by whipworms is called Trichuriasis. Other Morgellons infestations are caused by parasitic wasps, moths, ants, spiders and many other arthropods.
In Morgellons, these animals aggressively lay eggs in the skin. Female mites only have to be fertilized once and she remains fertilized for life. Some female arthropods are born pregnant. These super egg layers may account for the presence of ecdysone being continually in the human body so that DNA changes and reconstruction of organs can occur.
Morgellons Experiences
Attracting Insects: The presence of insect hormones in the skin may explain why some Morgellon's victims feel that insects are being attracted to them.
Brain Fog: All steroid hormones pass through the blood brain barrier so some changes in brain chemistry from foreign DNA may account for the brain fog experienced by Morgellons victims. The possibilities involved in this symptom need further investigation.
Prescence of Fibrillar Structures: This system is perfect for the delivery of fibrillar structures found in various diseases such as Alzheimers disease. It can deliver filamenting bacteria and fungus.
Delivery of self-assemblind man-made materials:  It can deliver man-made molecules and hydrogels that form networks and goo of various colors. There are so many materials and structures that Morgellons’ victims find in their bodies that for anyone who has not studied the science that created them, there is no way to know what they are. Some include their creator's logos, names, addresses and pictures.
Self-Assembled Nonviral Vectors:  Complexes consist of DNA and cationic lipids or cationic polymers which can be inserted in plasmids or piggybacked on viruses or bacteria. [20] Polymers for DNA Delivery, Molecules 2005, 10, 34-64.
Multiple Parasites:  The animal vectors are parasites that have their own parasites called endoparasites.  A host and parasite are called commensal partners. Commensalism is a relationship between individuals of two species in which the smaller commensal species obtains nutrients, shelter, support, or transport from the host without the host benefiting or being harmed.
Human Skin
Human Skin is an independent peripheral endocrine organ which produces hormones and is able to metabolize hormones and to activate and inactivate them. [21] Zouboulis; Christos C.; Human Skin: An Independent Peripheral Endocrine Organ; Hormone Research 2000;54:230-242;
Human skin produces hormones which are released in the circulation and are important for the functions of the entire organism.  Therefore, it is the target of ecdysone receptor gene therapy.
Human skin produces insulin-like growth factors and binding proteins, propiomelanocortin derivatives, catecholamines (norepinephrine and epinephrine), steroid hormones, Vitamin D, retinoids and eicosanoids (prostaglandins, prostacyclins, leukotrienes) from fatty acids. Hormones exert their biological effects on the skin through interaction with receptors for peptide hormones, neurotransmitters, steroid hormones and thyroid hormones.
Some Morgellons victims who have had the disease for a long period, maybe over 8-10 years, report that their hair, skin and nails are completely replaced with diseased tissue with live animals inside, with synthetic materials, odd colors and even glowing or blinking skin. These conditions are made possible through gene delivery to the skin. [22] Trainer, Alison; Alexander, M. Yvonne, Gene delivery to the epidermis; Human Molecular Genetics 1997, Vol 6, No. 10. The majority of the epidermis is comprised of keratinocytes. Through the use of keratin promoters, keratinocytes express exogenous genes such as the coagulation cascade protein Factor IX and growth hormone. The epidermis has a secretory capability, allowing recombinant gene products expressed in the epidermis to be secreted into the circulation, indicating its potential for the treatment of systemic disorders (spread throughout the body).
Gene therapy can be used to induce disease or cure it. The goal of gene therapy as a weapon is to effect a permanent debilitating change in the genetic makeup of the victim. The weapon does not have to be lethal to be effective because incapacitation and confusion may be all the disruption necessary to cause the intended effects. These are the exact effects we see in Morgellons. People are incapacitated with overwhelming multiple pathogens. They lose their health, jobs, families, property and their place in society in order to keep other people from being contaminated.
Gene therapy is used to change the genetic makeup of a person without their knowledge or consent by means of an insect vector. Insects transmit genes via their saliva, reproductive systems or excretory systems. They deliver the hormone, the receptor and the diseases.
Insects carry bacteria which can be used to change your DNA in a process called bactofection. An outgrowth of vaccination was the idea to use attenuated bacteria as carriers to transport plasmid DNA to the nuclei of specifi cells. Bactofection can stimulate the production of antibodies from a wide variety of pathogens by releasing plasmid DNA specifically encoded to stimulate the production of a particular antigen, and could even serve as a general vaccination against cancer. Attenuated bacteria like Shigella, Salmonella and Listeria have all been used as bactofection delivery agents. Nanoparticles are also used to deliver DNA. [23] Bacteria Gives Nanoparticles a Ride.
The genes must enter cells and be stably expressed at the right levels. The genetic control must be extremely precise so that a potentially lethal disease is not released prematurely, but only in response to the trigger. [21] Block, Steven M., Living Nightmares: Biological Threats Enabled by Molecular Biology, p. 64-68
Genetically engineered systems tend to be "leaky”.  That has changed with the tighter control systems such as the insect hormone ecdysone system. Stealth viruses can remain for long periods without causing detectable harm. They can be contagious, silently spreading throughout a targeted population over an extended time and then triggered.
With the genetic tools of cellular and molecular biology, it is possible to contemplate a disease first, then construct the pathogen necessary to produce it second using the molecular signaling pathways that are critical to the health of humans. The disease might target the immune response, escaping our natural ability to fight it; or it might activate normally dormant genes and wreak havoc in our cells; or it might simply instruct the cells in our body to commit suicide in programmed cell death (apoptosis). These are the processes which can be triggered with the ecdysone system.
Inducible hormone receptor systems can be used in arthropods, nematodes, plants [24] Development of a tightly regulated and highly inducible ecdysone receptor gene switch for plants through the use of retinoid X receptor [human] chimeras. Transgenic Res. 2007 Oct;16(5):599-612. Epub 2006 Dec 1.; [25] Creation of ecdysone receptor chimeras in plants for controlled regulation of gene expression, Mol Gen Gent (1999) 261; 546-552. and mammals [26] Ecdysone receptor-based inducible gene expression system; US 7091038 B2 by fusing the nuclear hormone insect receptor to existing hormone receptors.
Nuclear Hormone Receptor Proteins and How They Work
Nuclear hormone receptor proteins form a class of ligand (hormone) activated proteins that, when bound to specific sequences of DNA serve as on-off switches for transcription within the cell nucleus. These switches control the development and differentiation of skin, bone, and behavioral centers in the brain as well as the continual regulation of reproductive tissues.
Certain transcription factors activate their promoters (molecules that tell the hormones where to work) only in the presence of a hormone, such as testosterone. Such transcription factors are called hormone receptors because they function only when they bind a hormone molecule. The bound hormone bends the shape of the receptor so that it can attach to its promoter and activate the gene. Without the hormone, the receptor will not even bind to the DNA.
The testosterone receptor is, in essence, a switch that testosterone flips on or off. Add the hormone and the gene goes on; remove it and the gene goes silent. Estrogen and other steroid hormones work the same way, each binding its own specific receptor to activate its own hormone-dependent promoters. Even lower animals control gene expression with steroid hormone/receptor systems. For example, ecdysone and ecdysone receptor constitute a system unique to insects. [27] Identification of Ligands and Coligands for the Ecdysone-Regulated Gene Switch
The ecdysone switch of insects can be fashioned as a cocked gun that could be triggered, when necessary, to surgically excise cancer cells. The gun is the gene that codes for Diphtheria toxin, a lethal cellular poison. The gene is activated by ecdysone, through an ecdysone-dependent promoter. This promoter will be snipped from an insect genome and pasted in front of the toxin gene.
A two-gene cassette is used to protect against prostate cancer. Gene 1 codes for ecdysone receptor, which is expressed from a prostat-specific transcription factor. The ecdysone receptor functions as an ecdysone-dependent transcription factor to control the expression of gene 2, which codes for diphtheria toxin. When ecdysone is present, the toxin gene is expressed in prostate cells and the cells die. The toxin gene is not expressed in any other cells, because no other cells synthesize the ecdysone-depedent transcription factor.
Humans do not make ecdysone receptor, so its gene must also be taken from an insect genome and supplied in a second module of the cassette. In prostate cancer treatment, the gene is given a promoter that is active only in the glandular cells of the prostate, which are the ones vulnerable to cancer. This is cell-type-specific regulation.
This is how the cassette operates, the ecdysone receptor will be synthesized continuously in the glandular cells. It will remain inactive because no ecdysone is present. If prostate cancer were ever diagnosed, a man would get an injection of ecdysone. The hormone would activate the ecdysone receptors in his prostate glandular cells, which would “turn on” the diphtheria gene, resulting in diphtheria toxin that would kill the cells. One shot and the cancer would be done. Ecdysone would be present throughout the body, but only prostate cells would have the ecdysone receptor to which it would bind, because ecdysone is not a natural hormone of humans.
This strategy is generalizable to other sites. By changing the promoter for the ecdysone receptor gene, this same cocked gun could be aimed at the breast, pancreas, or other vulnerable tissues. These are germline engineering procedures and strategies that geneticists are using to create transgenic animals and humans.
MORGELLONS: Bacterial pigments
Bacterial pigments and their applications

Natural pigments sourced from ores, insects, plants and animals were the colorants used since prehistoric period. Synthetic dyes which took the place of natural pigments in the middle of 19th century still rule the field to the maximum extent in spite of its hazardous effect to humans, animals and environment. As an alternative to synthetic pigments, bacterial pigments due to their better biodegradability and higher compatibility with the environment, offer promising avenues for various applications. The industry is now able to produce some bacterial pigments for applications in food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and textiles.
Recent advances in synthetic biology, metabolic engineering efforts of bacteria will greatly expand the pigments that could be produced economically in sufficient amounts for industrial application. This review summarizes the current technology status and challenges, economics, novel strategies for production of bacterial pigments and metabolic engineering of bacteria with a focus on applications of bacterial pigments in food industry, pharmaceutical industry, dyeing as well as on other applications.   


MORGELLONS: What can bacteria do? Create minerals

This is a picture of something that is still in the skin of a Morgellon's victim.  It is at 400X. It looks shiny like metal but we have no idea what it is made of or how it was formed. Many specimen's found in Morgellons are left unexplained.
Biomineralization is defined as the synthesis of inorganic crystalline or amorphous mineral-like materials by living organisms. Biomineralization occurs in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, including mammals. Biomineralization research consists of microscopic analyses of biominerals and tissues, mineralogy, organic chemistry, paleontology, and cellular biochemistry.
Bacteria are capable of forming inorganic crystals either intracellularly or extracellularly. Calcite (calcium carbonate) precipitation is a well-known example of extracellular bacterial biomineralization.  See

Bacteria are microorganisms which make minerals which are either biologically induced or controlled. Minerals that form by biologically induced mineralization (BIM) are a result of metabolic activity of the organism and subsequent chemical reactions involving metabolic byproducts.
Biologically Induced Mineralization. In BIM, minerals are deposited outside the cell. Bacteria secrete metabolic products that react with ions or compounds in the environment resulting in mineral particles. BIM is an unintended and uncontrolled consequence of metabolic activities. Lack of control over mineral formation results in poor mineral specificity and the inclusion of impurities. BIM is equivalent to inorganic mineralization and are generally indistinguishable from minerals produced by inorganic chemical reactions. In some cases, the metabolic products diffuse away and minerals form from solution. However, bacterial surfaces such as cell walls or polymeric materials (exopolymers) exuded by bacteria, including slimes, sheaths, or biofilms, and even dormant spores, can act as important sites for the adsorption of ions and mineral nucleation and growth (Beveridge 1989; Konhauser 1998; Banfield and Zhang 2001; Bäuerlein 2003).
Biologically Controlled Mineralization.  In BCM minerals are usually deposited within the cell, allowing the organism control over the growth of minerals, composition, size, habit, and location of the minerals (Bazylinski and Frankel 2000a,b) metabolic and genetic control. BCM minerals are structurally well-ordered and are specific to the species of bacteria. pH, Eh) are controlled by the organism, mineral formation is not as sensitive to external environmental parameters as in BIM.  (Bazylinski and Frankel 2003).
MORGELLONS: What can bacteria do? Create plastic.
Turning Bacteria into Plastics
Escherichia coli (E. coli) can give you a severe case of food poisoning or, with a little genetic engineering, a useful plastic. Scientists at San Diego–based Genomatica, Inc., have announced success in manipulating the bacteria to directly produce butanediol (BDO), a chemical compound used to make everything from spandex to car bumpers, thereby providing a more energy-efficient way of making it without oil or natural gas.

"We have engineered the organism such that it has to secrete that product in order for it to grow," says bioengineer Christophe Schilling, president and co-founder of the company, launched in 2000 to develop such chemical-producing microbes. "The interests of the organism are aligned with our interests: It grows faster when it produces more."

The E. coli can be grown in large fermentation tanks, exactly like those used to brew ethanol from corn, and have also been genetically tweaked to tolerate high concentrations of BDO in their water. "Originally, BDO was toxic to E. coli at fairly low levels but we evolved the organism such that it now tolerates the concentration we need it to grow at," Schilling says. "We grow the bacteria in sugar and water to produce the product, then purify and separate that product out of that water."
Bioplastics are plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, or microbiota.[1] Bioplastic can be made from agricultural by products and also from used plastic bottles and other containers using microorganisms. Common plastics, such as fossil-fuel plastics (also called petrobased polymers), are derived from petroleum or natural gas. Production of such plastics tends to require more fossil fuels and to produce more greenhouse gases than the production of biobased polymers (bioplastics). Some, but not all, bioplastics are designed to biodegrade. Biodegradable bioplastics can break down in either anaerobic or aerobic environments, depending on how they are manufactured. Bioplastics can be composed of starches, cellulose, biopolymers, and a variety of other materials.--Wikipedia
MORGELLONS: What can bacterial do? Create Metals.
Gold Producing Bacteria
By Robert F. Service
If Fritz Haber were alive today, he’d undoubtedly be scrambling to get his hands on some delftibactin, the molecule pictured above. Haber won the 1918 Nobel Prize in chemistry for inventing the process for converting the ultrastable form of nitrogen in the air to the more reactive chemical form required to make fertilizer.
He then spent a good chunk of the rest of his scientific career trying to do the opposite chemical trick: pulling reactive gold ions out of seawater and converting them to the more stable form found in gold nuggets, bars, and bullion. He failed miserably, in large part because gold ions make up only a few parts per trillion of seawater.
But Delftia acidovorans has succeeded where the Nobel laureate failed. The gold-loving microbe manufactures and secretes delftibactin, which forces gold ions to precipitate out of solution.
As the bacteria carry out this job, they not only remove highly toxic gold ions from their surroundings, but they also create the neutrally charged gold nuggets on which it then makes a home. Reporting online today in Nature Chemical Biology, researchers say that they’ve now isolated delftibactin for the first time.
Keep Your Spiritual Thoughts
Psalms 92:4-8 (NIV)
"For you make me glad by your deeds, LORD;
  I sing for joy at what your hands have done. 
How great are your works, LORD,
  how profound your thoughts! 
Senseless people do not know; 
  fools do not understand,
that though the wicked spring up like grass
  and all evildoers flourish,
  they will be destroyed forever.
But you, LORD, are forever exalted."
Comment:  God's justice will prevail in the end.  The LORD will be forever exalted. -Thank you C.C.

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