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CDC Alarm: Surge of Drug-Resistant Superbugs: Anti-biotics and anti-fungals failure
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RE: CDC Alarm: Surge of Drug-Resistant Superbugs Infects 3 Million Americans Annually
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Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-20-2019 03:57 AM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (11-20-2019 03:53 AM)
Isn't this the theme of X-Men? Radiation from space causing mutations in the human genome?

What happens when our magnetic poles flip and our magnetic shield goes down for a while?

http://discovermagazine.com/2014/jan-feb...uman-debut

Four stand DNA = X-MEN ?

Between pesticides and Fukushima, we don't need no extra space radiation. But if our space shields went down we would be face to face with the darkest of demons beyond what the mind can handle. I do know that firsthand.
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RE: CDC Alarm: Surge of Drug-Resistant Superbugs Infects 3 Million Americans Annually
I thought this video was kind of funny, they say that the super bugs are created by too much penicillin, I agree, but then they have an apologist come on and say that people need antibiotics for surgery.

Well that's because the hospitals are unsanitary, they skip steps to disinfect or are too cheap to buy adequate systems like UV lighting for instruments and surgery rooms/equipment.

There was some story a while back about some microorganism living in the curtains in hospital rooms between beds.

So as I see it, they rely on antibiotics to cover up their negligence and malfeasance. Also, the food factory system pumps a ton of antibiotics into cows, chickens and hogs to keep them alive in horrible conditions.





https://youtu.be/wG6YfImTh_k

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RE: Lethal Fungus Among us! CDC warns "URGENT" antibiotic-resistant fungal i...
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (11-20-2019 02:54 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 01:40 AM)
You can pick your friends, you can pick your nose, but you can't pick your friends nose.

Again, don't sniff your friend's feet.

can I sniff them using my friends nose?
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RE: CDC Alarm: Surge of Drug-Resistant Superbugs: Anti-biotics and anti-fungals failure
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-20-2019 02:06 AM)
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Looking at the map, it looks like a population density issue- you don't see any in sparsely populated states, and see it in states with large cities

When it comes to population reduction targeting sparsely populated areas would make little sense in comparison to densely populated areas.
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RE: CDC Alarm: Surge of Drug-Resistant Superbugs: Anti-biotics and anti-fungals failure
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 04:36 AM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (11-20-2019 02:54 AM)
Again, don't sniff your friend's feet.

can I sniff them using my friends nose?

You will have to wait another 10 years before we can remove your nose and replace it with your friend's nose.

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just bring it on...pig-chicken-cow flu end game. chuckle
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 01:36 AM)
We have huge laboratories where antibiotic and antifungal resistance is bred to perfection. It is the agricultural industry.
Thanks to Bill Gates Globalism Agenda
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and anti-fungals failure
20 years warning them of The Stand.
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RE: CDC Alarm: Surge of Drug-Resistant Superbugs: Anti-biotics and anti-fungals failure
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-20-2019 02:12 AM)
Looks like alcohol, rubbing alcohol or Purell will kill off this fungus
Hospitals also have MRSA which is a staph infection
Hospitals are really unhealthy places to stay

Yes, MRSA is a fungus. It is being spread, mainly in hospitals. I should know. Thank God for the internet! I treated an outbreak in my inner elbow for fungus and got rid of it, stubborn as it was, and it hasn't returned. It sure beats expensive treatment in hospitals where the drugs don't kill it off.

Years ago, I did a lot of searches on cancer. Some of those sites are no longer available. Hmmmm.

"The late Milton White, MD., did exactly this. He fully believed that cancer is a "chronic, intracellular, infectious, biologically induced spore (fungus) transformation disease." (4) Using the proper isolation techniques (involving saline instead of formaldehyde as a tissue transportation medium between the operating room and the pathology lab), he was able to find fungal spores in every sample of cancer tissue he studied. His lifetime work has been routinely dismissed as nothing more than an unproven postulate."
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Think there isn't a conspiracy to kill us off by any means?

"At least 4 billion "useless eaters" shall be eliminated by the year 2050 by means of limited wars, organised epidemics of fatal rapid-acting diseases and starvation."

And..

"The Committee of 300 commissioned Cyrus Vance to write a paper on this subject of how best to bring about such genocide. The paper was produced under the title the "Global 2000 Report" and was accepted and approved for action by President Carter, for and on behalf of the U.S. Government, and accepted by Edwin Muskie, then Secretary of State. Under the terms of the Global 2000 Report, the population of the United States is to be reduced by100 million by the year 2050."

The nuts in white lab coats are busy designing ever more virulent microbes that are deadly, but there is still hope for us.

"Taking in consideration it is one of the deadliest diseases, scientists constantly try to find a cure and finally put and end to cancer. This herb is one of those cures and it can kill up to 98% of cancer cells in just 16 hours.Namely, according to the researches published in “Life Science”, artemisinin, a “Sweet wormwood” or “Artemisia Annua” derivative, was used in Chinese medicine and it can kill 98% of lung cancer cells in less than 16 hours. ...

The herb used by itself reduces lung cancer cells up to 28%, but in combination with iron, “Artemisia Annua” successfully and completely “erases” cancer, and in the experiment this herb had no impact on healthy lung cells. Artemisinin in past was used as a powerful antimalarial remedy, but now it is proven that this cure is also effective in the fight against cancer....

Read More:
https://www.whydontyoutrythis.com/2014/0...hours.html

Knowledge is power. Get some. Vitamin C, also, kills the fungus.
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Radiotrophic fungus



Discovery
Radiotrophic fungi were discovered in 1991 growing inside and around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.[1] Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine showed that three melanin-containing fungi—Cladosporium sphaerospermum, Wangiella dermatitidis, and Cryptococcus neoformans—increased in biomass and accumulated acetate faster in an environment in which the radiation level was 500 times higher than in the normal environment. Exposure of C. neoformans cells to these radiation levels rapidly (within 20–40 minutes of exposure) altered the chemical properties of its melanin, and increased melanin-mediated rates of electron transfer (measured as reduction of ferricyanide by NADH) three- to four-fold compared with unexposed cells.[2] Similar effects on melanin electron-transport capability were observed by the authors after exposure to non-ionizing radiation, suggesting that melanotic fungi might also be able to use light or heat radiation for growth.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiotrophic_fungus

light would be photosynthesis. What they're missing is RF radiation.^^^^

[Effect of radiofrequency of electromagnetic radiation on yeast sensitivity to fungicide antibiotics].

Abstract
Saccharomyces cerevisiae UCM Y-517, Candida utilis UCM Y-961 and Schizosaccharomyces pombe UCM Y-94T have been studied for their sensitivity to fungicide antibiotics under the effect of electromagnetic radiation (40.68 MHz, 15 and 30 W). Yeast sensitivity to nystatin, amphotericin B, klotrimazol, itrakonazol, flukonazol as well as the effects arising as a result of the effect of radiofrequency radiation are characterized by species specificity. Irradiation did not exert statistically reliable effect on S. cerevisiae and S. pombe sensitivity to fungicide antibiotics. The increase of resistance of C. utilis to antibiotics (growth delay zones were absent in 70-90% of experiments) in the case of preliminary irradiation of this strain was stated. Separate preliminary irradiation of antibiotics did not result in the change of their antifungal activity. The arising effects were noticed to depend on the radiation power. Possible reasons of species specificity in sensing electromagnetic radiation are considered.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15515904

Hospitals are very polluted with RF radiation and oher EMF issues.

So the antibiotics kill off your helper gut flora and speed up the growth of some unhelpful fungi.

Effect of long-term exposure to mobile phone radiation on alpha-Int1 gene sequence of Candida albicans

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3. Results
3.1. Optimization, specificity and sensitivity of the PCR assay
All suspensions containing C. albicans resulted in obvious electrophoretic bands related to PCR-amplified DNA fragments of alpha-Int1 gene (Fig. 1), showing application of the optimized primer set and thermal conditions through the assay. On the other hand, PCR amplification of DNA samples extracted from fungi strains other than C. albicans did not result in any visual electrophoretic bands that show 100% specificity of the assay for detection of C. albicans (Fig. 2).

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar...2X15001023

Candida albicans is associated with diabetes and cancer.

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Lightning really does make mushrooms multiply

(PhysOrg.com) -- Japanese farming folklore has it that lightning makes mushrooms multiply, and new research supports the idea. Mushrooms form a staple part of the diet in Japan, and the fungi are in such high demand that around 50,000 tons are imported annually, so scientists have been experimenting with artificial lightning to see if it could increase the crop.

A four-year study carried out at Iwate University in northern Japan on ten species of mushroom (so far) has shown that for eight of the 10 mushroom species a bolt of lightning-strength electricity could double the crop yield. The best improvements were found in the popular nameko and shiitake mushrooms. The experiments were carried out by seeding logs with mushroom spores and then applying high-voltage electricity pulses to the logs....

https://phys.org/news/2010-04-lightning-mushrooms.html

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Maybe wireless power is good for fungi, but not so good for YOU.

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If the hospitals are spreading super-bugs, what about the dentists?

I feel like crap after going to the dentist.
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tamarack  Wrote: (11-20-2019 07:41 PM)
If the hospitals are spreading super-bugs, what about the dentists?

I feel like crap after going to the dentist.

My dentists have been meticulous about hygiene.

It could just be the stuff from your own mouth.

Aside from hospitals and probably worse is animal feed lots. They have been feeding the meat animals antibiotics just to fatten them up.

But I've had doctors prescribe bacterial antibiotics for fungal infections.

I had a yeast infection in my ears when I lived in Seattle. Worked in the rain a lot, drank a lot of beer and soda. I was yeast heaven.

Two rounds of antibiotics only made it worse. The doctor who prescribed that had a dog-eared pamphlet from phramaceutical companies that she referenced for everything(it appeared)

Only got it fixed after finding a specialist who knew what he was doing.

He had an fiber optic camera setup and vacuumed out all the yeast fruits from my ears then gave me drops that smelled like tea tree oil.

But there's a huge radiation problem in hospitals and dental clinics.

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