Morgellons Nasa Is Changing Your DNA

The Morgellons project name is:
Genome-Genome integration: Symbiosis, Genetic Assimilation, An Evolutionary Innovation.
Question: How do plants and animals come to live within human beings?
Morgellons is a highly engineered man-made phenomenon which is new to the human race.
We are growing bacteria, moulds, viruses, plants, arthropods, insects and chimeric life forms.
Humans consist of about 10% EUKARYOTIC and 90% PROKARYOTIC cells.
PROKARYOTIC do not have a cell nucleus nor any structure with membranes.
Why Wolbachia?
Wolbachia is the most widespread symbiont. It is an inherited intracellular bacteria that live within the cells of the reproductive tracts of about 66% of all arthropods.
Insects are an arthropod subgroup that comprises 85% of the animal species. Wolbachia is the most common bacterial ENDOSYMBIONT in the biosphere.
Wolbachia is referred to as “reproductive parasites” because they manipulate sexual reproduction in their host which increases the number of Wolbachia-infected females which increases parasite transmission.
Wolbachia is significant to insect speciation, evolution, ecology and to human health.
Wolbachia infect filarial nematodes, terrestrial crustaceans, mites, scorpions and spiders which makes it a potential biological control agent or genetic vector for spreading genetic modification.
endosymbiosis and Morgellons
Genome-Genome victims have a host-parasitic/symbionic relationship with Wolbachia and arthropods:
Mites, spiders, wasps, flies, ants, collembola, centipedes and many other unidentified insects.
Genome-Genome victims are also incubating plants and flowers.
The purpose of the project:
“The project aims to elucidate genetic changes that catalyze the establishment and diversification of genome-genome interactions”
Interpretation: We want to see what happens if we put human genes in a bacteria/plant/animal and then put the mixed genes back into human being.
“Using insect-associated endosymbionts as model systems, we examine the molecular and evolutionary forces that shape association between bacteria and EUKARYOTIC hosts” [THAT’S YOU].
“The genome-genome Project targets Proteobacterial species that represents both long-term, stable mutualisms and transient parasitic interactions.”
We want to see what happens if we put plant and animal genes in humans for a long time and also see what happens if they are.
parasitic for a short time.
“Our research progress on Wolbachia genome evolution and viruses went farther than expected this year.”
[Something tells me they’re not telling the whole story.]
NASA ASTROBIOLOGY INSTITUTE Genome-genome integration
References for this video shows other universities and Howard Hughes Institute behind this program. It’s a huge collaboration of research and resources.
Unlike single mutations, genome interactions can catalyze the acquisition of entirely new combinations of functions and drive major evolutionary transitions. Through studies of binary interactions between two species — i.e. a symbiont and its host- we can dissect the mechanisms of genome communication and coevolution. Through a comparative genomic approach, we are deciphering the ‘language’ used to establish and maintain intimate associations between bacteria and animal hosts. Our ultimate objective is to understand how such interactions have contributed to the organismal complexity and evolutionary novelty.”…

Please review this program carefully noting that it is subtly indoctrinating children. It is funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the NASA Astrobiology Institute and the National Science Foundation.…

Using the Wolbachia bacterial symbiont to teach inquiry-based science: a high school laboratory series.

Read “Morgellons Definitive Cure Post” For A Very Helpful Information On How You Can Recover From Morgellons.

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