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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Cynthia: Flesh-Eating Synthetic Bacteria that has Gone Wild

Cynthia Synthetic bacteria
Below is a translation of the web New Eastern Outlook, the independent researcher and analyst Jean Perier article.
Its content is alarming and we believe that exaggerated, both in information and in its tone and for that reason we asked readers to take it with caution and with due critical spirit.
Anyway, it's interesting and sheds some issues that in any case, must be known, or at least taken into account ...

In the near future, the planet could face a "monster" who was raised within the US corporate laboratories.
We are talking about the first synthetic bacterium, Cynthia, created "to combat oil pollution in the Gulf of Mexico , " which, according to various reports that are often ignored by the corporate media, has mutated and has begun attacking animals and humans. The organism is highly lethal and is on its way to spread to Europe.
Oil Spill
Recall that in April 2010, an explosion on an oil platform British Petroleum led to the dumping of millions of barrels of oil that polluted the Gulf of Mexico. Despite the drastic measures taken to avoid an environmental disaster, the oil spill caused by the oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon platform, covered more than sixty thousand square miles.
Cynthia Synthetic bacteria
As one means of addressing the environmental catastrophe in their hands, Washington decided to take drastic measures, regardless of the possible consequences of those actions. It was at that moment when a microorganism artificially created nicknamed Cynthia was released without any examination on the possible threat that could pose to the environment.
J. Craig Venter
J. Craig Venter
Cynthia is a creation of the J. Craig Venter Institute, who has been involved in genetic engineering experiments since the beginning of the XXI century and Synthetic Genomics Inc., and was created and funded directly by BP.
It was believed that Cynthia was fed exclusively crude oil, but it is now the bacterium is also prepared to consume all forms of organic life that finds.
In 2011, Cynthia was released in the Gulf of Mexico and in the early stages of life was absorbing oil slicks at breakneck speed. In January 2011 it was reported that scientists were particularly impressed by the speed with which the bacteria was consuming oil.
Synthetic Genomics
But then the bacteria mutated and soon began to feed on organic lifeforms. Strange reports began to arrive from the US, as one who claimed that five thousand birds fell victim to an "unknown disease"in Arkansas, or other reporting that over one hundred thousand dead fish were found off the north coast of Louisiana. It was also reported that a total of 128 employees of British Petroleum who participated in the liquidation of the oil slick were infected by a mysterious disease.According to various sources they were forbidden to enter public hospitals, to prevent speak to anyone about what had happened to them.
Soon it was recorded that the disease and symptoms that are now associated with the coastal zone of the Gulf of Mexico, began to spread to the mainland United States; for example, among people who were trapped by heavy rains coming from the Gulf of Mexico and also were exposed to it.
In fact, this kind of disturbing reports have become quite common, despite the restrictive measures taken by the US government to prevent this information from spreading. In particular, it has been reported that certain individuals who had the misfortune to take a dip in the Gulf of Mexico often found covered with sores, until eventually dying a few days later due to extensive internal bleeding.
Flesh Eating Bacteria in Beach
According to media reports, a person can become a victim of Cynthia in two circumstances: if it penetrates the skin barrier through a wound or if you have the misfortune of eating raw shellfish infected by this bacterium. Once the bacteria enters the body, it penetrates the layer between the skin and muscles and begins to produce a toxin that liquefies tissues.
Cynthia is known that is able to reproduce rapidly within infected cells, and which is immune to antibiotics.
According to the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), up to 40% of residents of the territories adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico have been infected with severe respiratory and skin diseases, and one of every four residents are planning to pack up and leave the area in the near future.
Man infected with Flesh Eating Bacteria
However, Washington has been dedicated to silence these reports, claiming that the increasing number of deaths can be attributed to some"unknown virus".
At the same time, we have witnessed disturbing reports that Cynthia has begun to spread to different regions of the world; about it, talking about the mass death of seals in Alaska, near the town of Barrow, who was accompanied by skin lesions and extensive damage to the internal organs of dead animals.
At the rate that bacteria propagate along with the Gulf Stream, Europe and would be at risk, something that could even destroy tourism in southern Europe if it were to its beaches. 

What is happening in the Gulf of Mexico is not a regional problem and the residents of this area are not the only ones at risk. This is a problem of global proportions. Signs of a possible bacterial infection and are beginning to appear everywhere.

Flesh eating bacteria
The mysterious and unexplained diseases affecting fish, marine mammals, animals, birds, trees and plants, arise from synthetic genomes that transform natural organisms and force them to mutate.
However, even in the initial phase of trials testing Cynthia, many experts stressed the danger of living organisms created synthetically. For example, Dr. Helen Wallace of Genewatch British organization, which oversees research in the field of genetics, said in an interview that this synthetic bacteria could pose a serious danger.
Flesh eating bacteria in Fish
In turn, the Friends of the Earth movement, stressed again and again that this scientific achievement J. Craig Venter is a threat to everyone, and that all research conducted by this institute should be quarantined and subjected review.
Many environmentalists and human rights activists argue that the US government is not prepared to regulate this revolutionary field of science.
An international organization of civil society based in Ottawa, Canada, known as ETC Group, has sounded the alarm, arguing that Venter opened the "Pandora's box" and it takes an international moratorium on development in the field of synthetic biology in private laboratories, since this type of research may pose a threat to life on the planet.
Mexican Gulf Oil Spill
Therefore, we are witnessing here the manifestation of a secret US policy on the development of new types of biological weapons?
At the end of the day, the US has been working to weaken the international standards prohibiting the development of biological weapons, while continuing to build its own military biological infrastructure and created a chain of microbiological laboratories around the world who are under the leadership of the Pentagon. The activities of these laboratories are not being supervised, so that there is absolutely no guarantee that a new type of monster you can not beat Cynthia is being created in its depths.
In these circumstances, there is an urgent need to force Washington to abide by the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction, which blocked unilaterally in 2001.
Moreover, there must be a verification mechanism to ensure that all provisions of this Convention are respected by all signatories.
Jean Perier is an independent researcher and analyst and a recognized expert in the Near and Middle East.

We know that most infections flesh-eating bacteria in the Gulf of Mexico, bacillus Vibrio vulnificus come from and not a mutated Cynthia, as the author, or at least so say the official media.
Anyway, it seems to be true that this flesh-eating bacteria infections in the Gulf of Mexico have increased in recent years, since the oil accident and therefore worth taken into account.

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