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Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Sarah
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Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
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Hmm...stumbled onto this page that's talking about a certain bacteria that's out of control because of the oil spill and causing deadly flesh-eating bacterial disease and death.

Go to this page and scroll down to look at the pics:
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/catego...io-reports

and then go to this page and scroll down to the pic of a Morgellon's sufferer:
http://www.bibleprobe.com/morgellons.htm
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Sarah  Wrote: (09-29-2010 04:34 AM)
Hmm...stumbled onto this page that's talking about a certain bacteria that's out of control because of the oil spill and causing deadly flesh-eating bacterial disease and death.

Go to this page and scroll down to look at the pics:
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/catego...io-reports

and then go to this page and scroll down to the pic of a Morgellon's sufferer:
http://www.bibleprobe.com/morgellons.htm

Friend of mines son got this in Washington State. And this is some serious stuff. After swimming the day before, His son woke up in the morning and was complaining about being in pain on his abdomen. My friend looked at it and saw an area of redness on his stomach that almost looked like he had been bit by a bug and had swollen to the size of a nickel. Something about this didn't look right and given how much his son was complaining, he took him to the er. The doctor comes in and next thing you know they are coming in with paper suits on etc and the doctor tells him we have to operate immediately. Friend was like what is the deal and the doc says flesh eating bacteria, no time to talk as we may lose him if we don;t get this now...

Immediately they sent him in for surgery. Mind you that this was within a few hours of the pain kicking in that morning. They had to cut out a section of his skin and fat and other tissues all the way to the tendon barrier(Near 3/4 inch) and it was a hole about the size of a quarter+. Doc told him it was very fortnate that it did not get into the intestines or it was game over. Doc stated another hour and his son would have likely died...

They stuffed the wound with gauze(for some reason this bacteria loves gauze and will leave the body to enter the gauze) and drew out all the remaining bacteria. Thank God. That was 4 years ago and he is still here and doing well...

This whole thing transpired in a matter of hours, and he was nearly a goner. If you display these signs,. if you do not act quickly, game over. It works that fast and the pain is terrible

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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Kenner Boy Dies Of Rare Bacterial Infection
John Lopez Contracted Bacteria While Walking On Beach

John walked on the beach, and only his feet touched the water. A short time later, he became sick. Doctors said he was infected by a bacteria called Vibrio Vulnificus, which is rare. But for people like John, who had existing medical problems, the infection is deadly.

Hebert said you can get this infection if you are in salt water with an exposed cut or scratch, or a pre-existing condition. John's family said he had a small sore on his foot, and suffered from Hepatitis C.

Doctors said if he had survived, he would have lost his arms and legs. But on Saturday, John-John passed away.
http://www.wdsu.com/r/24187978/detail.html
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
More reports of deadly flesh-eating bacteria in the Gulf

http://www.blacklistednews.com/news-10720-0-6-6--.html
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Aquarius
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
OMG!

"Detest what is evil, cling to what is good." Romans 12:2
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Necrotizi...ected=true

This is some scary weird shit, apparently this type infection is caused by several different bacteria strains. People with compromised immune systems being most susceptible.
Indicating that environmental factors rather than any particular bacteria are responsible.

**edit**
Further reading, I guess it's only two or three different bacteria that cause this kind of infection. But they are common strains that are nearly always present in natural bodies of water.
My guess would be that the spill and the dispersants are causing a bacterial bloom.

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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Just for the record, there is no such thing as a flesh eating virus.

There is a condition called Necrotizing fasciitis, which can be caused by a handful of bacteria, this Vibrio vulnificus is one, there's a couple other types of Streptococcus that do.

It's basically a deep tissue staph infection, or in this case a deep tissue Vibrio infection. Which if not caught early enough, and not treated with the appropriate antibiotics. Can be horrible, and eventually deadly.

This is not all that rare, and certainly not directly linked to the gulf.

Hell, I had an uncle die of it, nasty, messy, horrible way to go.

Could the Corexit have some effect on the flora and sealife down there.

You bet your ass..

Is it creating a super bug that eats human flesh when you are dipped screaming headfirst into the Gulf of Mexico against your will???

No..

When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know, the end result is tyranny and oppression no matter how holy the motives. ~Robert A. Heinlein
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
UNThredded  Wrote: (09-29-2010 04:55 AM)
Sarah  Wrote: (09-29-2010 04:34 AM)
Hmm...stumbled onto this page that's talking about a certain bacteria that's out of control because of the oil spill and causing deadly flesh-eating bacterial disease and death.

Go to this page and scroll down to look at the pics:
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/catego...io-reports

and then go to this page and scroll down to the pic of a Morgellon's sufferer:
http://www.bibleprobe.com/morgellons.htm

Friend of mines son got this in Washington State. And this is some serious stuff. After swimming the day before, His son woke up in the morning and was complaining about being in pain on his abdomen. My friend looked at it and saw an area of redness on his stomach that almost looked like he had been bit by a bug and had swollen to the size of a nickel. Something about this didn't look right and given how much his son was complaining, he took him to the er. The doctor comes in and next thing you know they are coming in with paper suits on etc and the doctor tells him we have to operate immediately. Friend was like what is the deal and the doc says flesh eating bacteria, no time to talk as we may lose him if we don;t get this now...

Immediately they sent him in for surgery. Mind you that this was within a few hours of the pain kicking in that morning. They had to cut out a section of his skin and fat and other tissues all the way to the tendon barrier(Near 3/4 inch) and it was a hole about the size of a quarter+. Doc told him it was very fortnate that it did not get into the intestines or it was game over. Doc stated another hour and his son would have likely died...

They stuffed the wound with gauze(for some reason this bacteria loves gauze and will leave the body to enter the gauze) and drew out all the remaining bacteria. Thank God. That was 4 years ago and he is still here and doing well...

This whole thing transpired in a matter of hours, and he was nearly a goner. If you display these signs,. if you do not act quickly, game over. It works that fast and the pain is terrible
i'd heard of this kinda bacteria, but didn't know how fast it worked... DANG!!! Glad to hear the boy is OK. GOod thing the doc was one that was on the ball. A regular general practitioner may not have caught this this fast.
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Blanket  Wrote: (09-29-2010 05:59 AM)
Just for the record, there is no such thing as a flesh eating virus.

There is a condition called Necrotizing fasciitis, which can be caused by a handful of bacteria, this Vibrio vulnificus is one, there's a couple other types of Streptococcus that do.

It's basically a deep tissue staph infection, or in this case a deep tissue Vibrio infection. Which if not caught early enough, and not treated with the appropriate antibiotics. Can be horrible, and eventually deadly.

This is not all that rare, and certainly not directly linked to the gulf.

Hell, I had an uncle die of it, nasty, messy, horrible way to go.

Could the Corexit have some effect on the flora and sealife down there.

You bet your ass..

Is it creating a super bug that eats human flesh when you are dipped screaming headfirst into the Gulf of Mexico against your will???

No..

I blame overuse of stuff like anti-bacterial soaps and improper use of antibiotics for creation of the majority of super bugs...
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Geogal  Wrote: (09-29-2010 07:37 AM)
Blanket  Wrote: (09-29-2010 05:59 AM)
Just for the record, there is no such thing as a flesh eating virus.

There is a condition called Necrotizing fasciitis, which can be caused by a handful of bacteria, this Vibrio vulnificus is one, there's a couple other types of Streptococcus that do.

It's basically a deep tissue staph infection, or in this case a deep tissue Vibrio infection. Which if not caught early enough, and not treated with the appropriate antibiotics. Can be horrible, and eventually deadly.

This is not all that rare, and certainly not directly linked to the gulf.

Hell, I had an uncle die of it, nasty, messy, horrible way to go.

Could the Corexit have some effect on the flora and sealife down there.

You bet your ass..

Is it creating a super bug that eats human flesh when you are dipped screaming headfirst into the Gulf of Mexico against your will???

No..

I blame overuse of stuff like anti-bacterial soaps and improper use of antibiotics for creation of the majority of super bugs...

Yep. I just got done reading a disturbing article about the amounts of MRSA in meat that we buy at the store that's being swept up under the carpet by big beef.... Now that's scary..

When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know, the end result is tyranny and oppression no matter how holy the motives. ~Robert A. Heinlein
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heart RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
BP crew member has "Benzene poisoning" -- Paw Paw why you gonna die? asks 5 year old

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla...Sdd3_c6iXk
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
Blanket  Wrote: (09-29-2010 08:13 AM)
Geogal  Wrote: (09-29-2010 07:37 AM)
Blanket  Wrote: (09-29-2010 05:59 AM)
Just for the record, there is no such thing as a flesh eating virus.

There is a condition called Necrotizing fasciitis, which can be caused by a handful of bacteria, this Vibrio vulnificus is one, there's a couple other types of Streptococcus that do.

It's basically a deep tissue staph infection, or in this case a deep tissue Vibrio infection. Which if not caught early enough, and not treated with the appropriate antibiotics. Can be horrible, and eventually deadly.

This is not all that rare, and certainly not directly linked to the gulf.

Hell, I had an uncle die of it, nasty, messy, horrible way to go.

Could the Corexit have some effect on the flora and sealife down there.

You bet your ass..

Is it creating a super bug that eats human flesh when you are dipped screaming headfirst into the Gulf of Mexico against your will???

No..

I blame overuse of stuff like anti-bacterial soaps and improper use of antibiotics for creation of the majority of super bugs...

Yep. I just got done reading a disturbing article about the amounts of MRSA in meat that we buy at the store that's being swept up under the carpet by big beef.... Now that's scary..


As a beefeater, this concerns met. Do you have a link to that article?
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Bullshiit.
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RE: Flesh eating bacteria out of control in Gulf of Mexico
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-29-2010 06:27 PM)
Bullshiit.

That's sating a mouthful. Got anything to back it up?
Lmao
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