THE BIGGEST CRIME OF ALL TIME
Clifford E Carnicom
Feb 27 2011
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Note: I am not offering any medical advice or diagnosis with the presentation of this information. I am acting solely as an independent researcher providing the results of extended observation and analysis of unusual biological conditions that are evident. Each individual must work with their own health professional to establish any appropriate course of action and any health related comments in this paper are solely for informational purposes and they are from my own perspective.
It can now be shown with conviction that environmental filament samples and the filaments that are characteristic of the "Morgellons" condition are of one and the same nature. This has been demonstrated visually at the microscopic level on two prior occasions (please see An Environmental Source and The Breath of a Decade) but there has been a reluctance on the part of the general public to engage in the truths of this issue.
The case that they are of one and the same nature can and is also now being made analytically through the use of spectral analysis. This paper will progress through a series of spectral analyses that have been made, both on the control side as well as on the investigative side. The end conclusion that is reached from the work is that at least one source of the so-called "Morgellons" condition has been identified. The fact that this traces itself to a repeatedly occurring environmental sample represents, from my perspective, the worst crime in human history. There have been repeated attempts to have the full nature of these environmental samples dislosed throughout the last decade but they have failed. The primary party that is responsible for the failure of the identification and disclosure is the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
The general public will at one point or another confront and reconcile with this reality, no matter how difficult the prospect will be. Progress in addressing the seriousness of the problem is not going to take place until this recognition by the public does take place. However unfortunate the task, this researcher will continue to put forth the evidence that forces this confrontation to the point of understanding.
Let us now proceed with the work that is to be described.
Through the course of the last year, a Beckman dual-beam spectrophotometer has been acquired under the auspices of the Carnicom Institute. It has been put to introductory use through the course of last year and familiarity with the capablilities and the principles of the instrument has been acquired. There remains a need for much additional equipment, a facility and a more contemporary version of the current spectrophotometer but some progress has taken place nevertheless. The current project involves the calibration of the spectrometer through a series of controlled studies and then the application of the instrument to unique and unidentified biological entitiies.
The Beckman model that has been acquired is rather elderly, and is based on tube technology. All tubes have been replaced and control studies have been completed to give a reference point on the serviceablility and the reliability of the instrument. These tests have been passed with sufficient confidence and the results of these tests will be presented first in this discussion.
The first problem is to acquire known spectral analyses and to see if the results can be duplicated with the equipment at hand. Spectral analysis is its own profession deserving of sufficient staff and resources, but the principles of operation and result are not so difficult that they cannot be understood by the majority of us. Levels of refinement in the process can continue as the understanding of the need for further support avails itself to the cause.
The first example chosen will be a spectral analysis of human blood, or hemoglobin as the case may be. This was one of the early studies in the application of the instrument and a level of confidence in those early results was achieved some time ago. Let us look at such a chart: