Do you ever get lost in the links on the interwebs? I do. I woke up much too early this morning and in the process of trying to activate my Google AdSense account (I need someone’s help on doing that, it’s like a different world in there), I ended up at an article on Examimer.com.
The headline reads: “‘Strong possibility’ tornado deadly fungus, secret morgues links to Gulf Plague”.
Read the whole article HERE, but in a nutshell, Deborah Dupre (“Human Rights Examiner”) reports on the fungus which has killed a number of Joplin residents post tornado. IF we are to BELIEVE Ms. Dupre and her primary source, Ian Crane, (UKexoilmanwhistleblower), the fungus CAUSING the deaths was “evaporated” from the Gulf of Mexico and ended up being spread about in the tornadic winds of Joplin, MO. The fungus eVAPorated from the Gulf after it was PLACED there by BP (British Petroleum) to break down the oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill there last year…the spill having NOT been an ACCIDENT at all, BUT a PURPOSEFUL “depopulation event” created in an evil plot by BP (and apparently a large host of other co-conspirators) specifically in order to plant GM (genetically modified) organisms IN the water with the ULTIMATE and SPECIFIC intent of killing hundreds of thousands of people with those very same organisms!!!
Really??? I mean, come on. Forgive my incredulousness. This is certainly a terribly ineffective and incredibly expensive way to go about creating a depopulation event if that’s what the goal was. Additionally, it is not a method that can be at all controlled nor is there any reasonable way to predict an outcome. I’m as big a conspiracy theorist as the next person, but this is a stretch. It just doesn’t make any sort of logical sense.
And it must be pointed out that there are simply some basic problems with the premise of evaporation as a microbiologic dispersing agent. First of all….this fungus (zygomycosis) is a terrestrial dweller. And secondly, I’m pretty sure that evaporation happens at the molecular level and doesn’t support the lifting of heavy cellular organism up into the wind. I could be wrong.
Lastly, it should be noted that infections from zygomycosis are common after natural disasters where dirt and decaying vegetative matter contaminate open wounds, especially after earthquakes and tornadoes.
I’m going to go out on a limb with this one and call it a CONSPIRACY FAIL.