A Closer Look at the Sugar Snakes with lighting from beneath shows the rectangular cells in the goo/crystal covering. 450x
. Web Photo PDF Advanced Materials Communications Nanotechnology .
I have all ready found the claw material in fig. C. Read Living With a Nightmare and the Advanced Materials PDF for actual nanotechnology identification of the Nano Components. Notice fig. D above is also more nano material. It appears to be a nanostructure similar to a filarial worm or sugar snake. The next few photos will show that they are unusual if you take a closer look.
Above photo is of a sugar snake which is now bulged with two dark blue bumps on the outside. This blue material is a match for the color of the cyanin blue fibers found throughout the body.
These masses appear to be a very dark blue/black. The compartmentalization is similar to that of annelids. I am not an entomologist so I don't know all the particulars of how this mutation was conceived but I have found throwbacks to some of the genetics from the worm side of the gene pool. Annelids produce cocoons and I have found remnants of them in the early years. For more information read: Throwback Collection of Morgellons Specimens
At this point, the origins of what has become a polysaccharide based wormy infestation to humankind is unknown. The morphology seems to continue to mutate even further as time elapses with this disease. If this is nanotechnology or biotechnology or somehow a marriage of both I am not sure. Photos G thru J are recent incarnations. The manifestations vary and may be host specific depending on nutrition and genetic host factors. I personally think the polysaccharide strands are the major culprit in the lesions. I believe they can form a structure like a heterocyst when threatened.
K - L - M (Three photos above)
All three images above are from one unusual wormy sample along it's length. This is either a throwback or mutation in that it is unusual to others I have found. The photos are more repulsive to me than usual specimens since this throwback reminds me more of a snake than a worm. I hate snakes. It's just plain creepy, although it was only an inch long. These were from a new microscope 400x
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CHAPTER 1 - Motile Sugar Snakes - Photos # 1 through 18
CHAPTER 2 - Tentacles of Grey Goo - Photos # 19 through 56
CHAPTER 3 - Mysterious Red Glowing Gel - Photos # 57 through 80
CHAPTER 4 - Blue Fibers "The Goldenheads" - Photos # 81 through 126
CHAPTER 5 - Bad Hair Day - Photos # 127 through 166
CHAPTER 6 - Great Balls of Fiber and More - Photos # 167 through 272