Uracil – Source of Morgellons Fibers?

A fellow Morgellons Researcher is  working on Micelles and how they are seen in several samples of Morgellons sufferers and how Micelles have the characteristic to form a gel network of fibrils which look highly similar to Morgellons fibers.

Interesting was the fact that Micelles are used in water remediation and contain Nanoparticles which interact with chemical substances such as antibiotics.

After entering the keywords – Micelles – fibrils – water – I came to a site that is stating and actually showing the main source of the Morgellons fibers in interaction with urasil, water and the ‘creation’ of cellulose fibrils. Researchers and scientists working on Morgellons Disease have revealed that the fibers contain cellulose.

I found it very astonishing as I looked at the images which I believe look very similar to Morgellons fibers.

Here is a excerpt from this site:

Based on the studies of Erwin Schroedinger, we now know that about 5000 nucleotides are lost from the DNA of each human cell by spontaneous hydrolysis due to thermal fluctuations (Schroedinger: 1945 and Alberts: 1983).

Furthermore, it is known that some of the deamination products of the DNA bases, such as uracil, hypoxanthine and xanthine are released into the intracellular water.

This study focuses on these three DNA deamination products and their behaviour when and if they are not fully metabolised in the organism.

My findings lead to interesting conclusions, i.e. the uracil base might have played a crucial role in the evolution process, especially in the conversion of abiogenesis into biogenesis.

The uracil base which started biogenesis in the waters in the primitive earth conditions, when separated (as a result of heat fluctuations or upon chemical, physical cancerous effects that spoil the genes) from the genome in today’s living organisms and mixed with cell water, develops itself as it starts the universal Phylogenetic tree from zero and enlarges the entropy of the system founded by the genome.

In caryoplasm, cytoplasm, intercellular tissue, artery, blood or in organs and tissues it takes various forms and shows miscellaneous developments.

The cultures of uracil in water: formation of fibrilles

It is neither nucleic acid, gene, virus, bacteria, protozoon, fungus, protein, nor prion, but a preprocaryotic molecule transformed into cellulose capable of giving those appearances.

When the adenine base is added to the cultures of uracil and water, uracil’s ability of producing cellulose enhances.

Cellulose making process of uracil base started at the level of molecule, micro fibril, misel and/or fibril, causes the changing of the relationship of the cells with all tissues, organs and systems and the ageing of the system, by escaping the control of the organism’s defence mechanism and by negatively affecting the functions of the cells related to the production of enzymes, hormones, secretes and neuro-secretions etc.

Urasil is related to many diseases such as BSE, Cancer and Alzheimer.

The following pictures show a histological examination of human brain and blood samples affected with Urasil fibrilis:

A preparation from a patient’s brain who was diagnosed as alzheimer: see the nodules and a cellulose fibrille, which develop from uracil crystals.

Fibril and cellulose vesicles in a BSE preparation.

This next image shows the ‘spikey’ formation that resembles exactly a fellow Morgellons sufferer has shown in microscopical pictures using blood and excreting yellowish liquid samples from his lesions.

Blood samples taken from a patient who was diagnosed as cancer of bowels: see the prochlorons and hypha formations, which develop from these prochlorons.

Reference: http://uracilandlife.org/uracilandlife_en.htm

~ by k&k on October 14, 2009.

One Response to “Uracil – Source of Morgellons Fibers?”

  1. I cannot get the early Stanninger report out of my head namely due to a claim made by her that the alleged Morgellons fibers can be resistant to temperatures in excess of 1100 F.

    I am not sure if this claim was properly substantiated since a lot of her study material came via mail and not from the bodies of the patients present in the lab and being observed.

    Perhaps someone can enlighten me if that claim has any basis for it. If it is given the benefit of the doubt – we MAY be dealing with an artificial man made parasite.

    Protein and cellulose are not resistant to such high temperatures, or are they?

    Any thoughts?

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