The 'Golden Age' Of Antibiotics Is Over! - Vibrio Is Coming Your Way[with comment by PHB]
NOTE: Colloidal Silver is still the best natural antibiotic around and will stop Vibrio and other infections. ---PHB
This may be the time to use the Rife Machine or the Doug Coil Machine in addition to IV Vitamin C in high doses. Search for these machines on Google. Then we can discuss these probable treatments. Is it probable that Mycoplasma fermentans incognito strain is associated with this infections since about 98% of us may be harboring this mycoplasma since it was weaponized by the power that was since 1942? If you have an input just let us discuss them briefly. I think this is serious enough. RT
Sent: Tue 7/24/12 4:03 PM
To: Ruben (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What's the point?
The point is that this picture shows what we are facing when antibiotics don't work. It shows what happened to one human being, who got a tiny cut in his skin while fishing. It destroyed him WITHIN HOURS.
Bacteria move terrifyingly fast. This particular organism is called Vibrio vulnificus. And it's moving into your locality--right now.
This vibrio is something you can pick up through tiny cuts in the skin. It's so dangerous that people with iron overload (which compromises their immunity) are warned never to walk barefoot on the beach.
But the victim in this picture was healthy and well and did not walk barefoot on the beach; he was fishing in a bay outside of Rockport, Texas. According to his wife Janet, they had fished for two days. The second day the man got a tiny cut on his leg, he reached down and wiped the blood off with his hand and kept fishing.
THEY NEVER EVEN GOT IN THE WATER.
Within a few hours he was in deadly trouble. The photo you see (used with permission from Janet) was a few days later, after they cut away the dead, rotted skin and flesh from his leg, to try to save his life.
It was to no avail. This man died
You need to start learning instead about antibiotic alternatives. In this case, massive doses of IV vitamin C might have saved the man's life. Doctor were lazy and just tried "the usual" instead.
Now Vibrio is spreading. Because of climate warming, it is moving north. The chances of an infection are still small but the "V Movie" is coming soon to a cinema near you.
A paper, published in the journal Nature Climate Change (July 22nd 2012), provided some of the first firm evidence that the warming patterns of northern seas have coincided with the emergence of Vibrio infections.
A team of scientists from institutions in Britain, Finland, Spain and the United States examined sea surface temperature records and satellite data, as well as statistics on Vibrio cases.
They found the number and distribution of cases of Vibrio infection is strongly linked to peaks in sea surface temperatures. Each year, as the temperature rose by one degree, the number of vibrio cases rose almost 200 percent.
As ocean temperatures continue to rise and coastal regions in northern regions become less saline, Vibrio bacteria strains will appear in new areas, the scientists said.
Vibrio outbreaks have also appeared in temperate and cold regions in Chile, Peru, Israel, the northwest U.S. Pacific and northwest Spain, and these can be linked to warming patterns, the scientists said.
So far, scientists and doctors have not been keeping their eye on this particular ball. Previous Vibrio outbreaks in colder regions have often been put down to a sporadic event or special conditions rather than a response to long-term climate change.
Now the scary truth is emerging.
But Vibrios are just one strain of bacteria. There are tens of thousands. It is estimated that there are 5 million billion billion of them (that's 5 followed by 30 zeroes). If every bacterium was a penny, the chain of pennies would stretch a trillion light years (and a light year is 6 million million miles).
They divide every 20 minutes; one single organism can multiply and fill a bucket in a day. The only thing that stops them is that food becomes scarcer, the more their numbers.
We are OVERWHELMED by bacteria. Some live on us and in us. Some are friendly and safe. But you must never NEVER underestimate the power of bacteria. Even the friendly ones can turn bad and kill you, if your immune system is compromised.
The only answer is to be informed and know what alternatives are available in combatting bacteria. You will be pleased to know that there are hundreds, several of which could probably have saved this man's life, if they had been used in time.
That's my plea: you cannot afford to wait till somebody falls ill. It may be too late. There will not be time to go Googling for information.
Arm yourself with knowledge NOW. Protect yourself and your loved ones by getting and reading my encyclopedic book "How To Survive In A World Without Antibiotics".
Some day (maybe soon) you will be glad you did. Very glad.
Find it here: http://www.mrsahotline.com
Prof. [Reference: Nature Climate Change (2012) doi:10.1038/nclimate1628. Published online 22 July 2012]
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