Lame Stream Media has been labeling Aerosol Filaments as ‘Spider Webs.’ Cliff Carnicom demonstrates with 5000 magnification – these are not spider webs.

Harold Saive – LAB RESULTS of Filaments falling from the skies over Wexford, Ireland – 11/12/17

Carnicom Institute Chilling Analysis of Morgellons “Web” Filaments From Ireland

Excerpt of initial report by Cliff Carnicom, 11/8/2017  (Full Report)

Let us introduce this most recent report; on this occasion it comes to us from the grounds of Ireland:  Filament sample submitted by Terry Lawton in Wexford, Ireland.

“What distinguishes this particular case in Ireland is that a physical filament sample has been sent in combination with the video evidence; these provide a more accurate assessment of the situation on the ground.

The filament material received in this case, in all respects known, is identical to that sent to the U.S. EPA close to 20 years ago. The material received from Ireland is NOT spider web material, and the observations on the ground reinforce that claim.

The conclusions of this paper are based upon numerous specific samples that have been received over a period of many years. These same materials are disturbingly known to be observed frequently and, as documented, are of global distribution. All of the filament samples received are identical in all respects at the microscopic level. There are numerous reports on this site of detailed analyses of these environmental samples and their visual and general organic equivalence to biological filaments symptomatic of the Morgellons health condition has been established.”

Filaments falling from the skies over Wexford – 10/27/2017

Carnicom Institute Chilling Analysis of Morgellons “Web” Filaments From Ireland

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