[permaculture] Svar: Re: Genetic Glass Ceiling

Lawrence F. London, Jr. venaurafarm at bellsouth.net
Thu Dec 3 00:25:36 EST 2009


fdnokes at hotmail.com wrote:

> "Because Agrobacterium, is capable of genetically transforming human cells, 
> we investigated the presence of Agrobacterium in biopsies from Morgellons 
> patients.   Only Morgellons patients, but not healthy subjects, tested 
> positive for Agrobacterium DNA.  This is the first plant infecting bacterium 
> to play a role in human disease."
> 
> The fibers were analyzed by Infrared Spectroscopy  and identified as 
> cellulose.  Agrobacterium, is known to produce cellulose fibers at infection 
> sites within plant tissues.

Good grief! The FDA should ban all gmo products that could cause this 
condition and ban the growing of crops with this trait.
Just plain unbelievable, futuristic.

What crops produce this condition and what foods is it found in?



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