Louise Koster

Mutated Dandelions In Nova Scotia, Canada [video - Potent News Blast #7]

by Louise Koster
May 6, 2012

Potent News Blast #7

(Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)

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Researchers Link Morgellons to Slime Mold, dictyostelium discoidium [video: PN Blast 2-17-2012]

By Amir Alwani
Potent News
February 17, 2012

note: Special thanks to Louise Koster for discovering this strange blob and assisting with the microscope footage.

Look what the cat dragged in!  The cat dragged in Dictyostelium Discoidium, a slime mold that researchers link to Morgellons.  Our cat literally dragged this blob in and, when we took a look at it under the microscope, it started laying bits of itself around as it was crawling inside the plastic baggie.

I am definitely no expert on this kind of thing (by any stretch of the imagination) but if I had to guess, I would say that this blob is dictyostelium discoidium.

I would love to hear suggestions as to what this is if you do not think it is dictyostelium discoidium.  This is a subject that interests me very much.

Amir Alwani is a psychonaut who makes metal, electronic and hip-hop music.  He is also the founder and editor of the online independent media outlet known as Potent News.

Click here to see the latest Potent News posts about Morgellons.



UPDATE #1:  While doing more research I found the following video on YouTube.
YouTube – itakaetu

UPDATE #2: Somebody commented (around Sept. 19, 2012) at the youtube video of the “slime mold” we discovered saying that he/she had worked for a veterinarian and had seen this thousands of times and that it is a tape worm – not slime mold.  The person might be right.  I’ll admit that so far nobody else has told me that they also think that what we found was dictyostelium discoidium (or that it wasn’t, to be fair).  Personally, I think both possibilities are equally likely, and I invite you all to let us know what you think.

Feel free to leave your comments below.

Static Electricity or Moving Nano-Machines? You Decide. [video included]

By Louise Koster, Contributing Writer
Potent News
February 15, 2012

Contrary to what the CDC says, Morgellons is not a delusion. I have personally felt and seen my hair move by itself, I’ve had strange fibres come out of my skin, I constantly feel like there are bugs crawling over my body. I have witnessed many of my fresh organic vegetables, fruits and meat moving by itself, causing me to have to throw out the majority of the food I’ve bought. I have had to stop wearing a lot of my clothes because even those seem to be comprised of moving fibres.  Some might say the fibres in the video below are moving because of static electricity, however I find that very hard to believe.

These next few pictures are of a fibre from my neck that grew an inch overnight. When I plucked the hair/fibre there was no resistance, and no pinch like you would normally feel with a hair. Upon closer inspection, we found that the fibre contained little balls within its core which you can see here.

(image: Strange hair/fibre that grew out of my neck in 24 hours.)
(image: The “root” of the neck “hair”.)
(image: Zoomed out a little bit.)

The following shots are from a fibre that came from my leg. I noticed there was an itchy, red little bump on my leg, much like a pimple. I then noticed there was a hard little fibre sticking out of the middle. I got some tweezers and started to pull it out, but when I let go of it to get a better grip, it slid back into my leg by itself.  I then pulled it out completely and it felt like a really strong spiderweb coming out. There was no pain but I could definitely feel it sliding out of my skin.

I’ve looked at my fair share of hair under a microscope and there’s plenty of pictures of them online, as well. This does not look like any hair I’ve ever looked at.

(image: “root” of the “knee-fibre”)
(image: The other side of the knee-fibre.)

Microscope shots courtesy of Amir Alwani.

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