Tag Archives: Mosquitoes

Secret Science: A Century of Poison Warfare and Human Experiments

Non-affiliate Amazon link (informational):

Extract from a review:

“…Schmidt reveals that the scientists at Porton Down also had the wider public in their sights. A chemical of ‘largely unknown toxic potential’ was dispersed by plane over civilian populations in Wiltshire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk. Similarly ships, aircraft and moving lorries dispersed the carcinogen zinc cadmium sulphide. The London Underground was also targeted with Bacillus globigii, a bacterium now thought to be linked to food poisoning, eye infections and septicemia released on the Northern Line. While scientists of the time considered these substances to be safe and it is only now that their risks are understood, the fact is that nobody asked the public whether they minded being guinea pigs in tests and scores of people were potentially put at risk.”

Note:
This blog has asserted the means, motive and actual acts of human experimentation on unsuspecting populations. The focus has been on recent “incidents” in West Africa and Southern America however UK and US populations are targets. It is in that light that I view CDC/WHO pandemic declarations of the past and certainly again in the future. This also supports Mike Adams recent post about a future “false flag” bio-attack.

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Activistpost: Viruses And The GM Insect “Flying Vaccine” Solution

http://www.activistpost.com/2010/12/viruses-and-gm-insect-flying-vaccine.html
DECEMBER 13, 2010
Brandon Turbeville

“…The basic premise behind the flying mosquito vaccines is that an insect will be genetically modified to produce antibodies to a certain disease in their saliva, which is then transmitted to the individual when the mosquito bites them.
There is a host of problems with this method that range from the moral to the scientific. First, the presence of antibodies does not necessarily mean immunity, and the transfer of them does not in any way provide immunization to the subject being injected with them. The science related to antibodies and immunity is still largely unsettled. Vaccines, themselves, are completely ineffective and have never been proven effective by a study that was not connected to a drug company or a pharmaceutical company.[1] They are, essentially, faith-based medicine…”

Full Article: Viruses And The GM Insect “Flying Vaccine” Solution

Zika virus strain (ATCC® VR-84™) – $516.00

http://www.atcc.org/Products/All/VR-84.aspx?slp=1&geo_country=us#culturemethod

Ziki virus ATCC VR-84aZiki virus ATCC VR-84b

Note: Thanks to a post on WRH, posting this for archival purposes. Of interest is the depositor, Rockefeller Foundation.  Interesting, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) share the same interest in viruses and their manipulation. An interest in continuing the rockefeller allopathic eugenicists policies.
Zika virus search link on ATCC Site
Zika virus (ATCC® VR-84™)
ATCC® Number: VR-84™
Classification: Flaviviridae, Flavivirus
Strain: MR 766 (Original)
Product Format: freeze-dried
Biosafety Level: 2
Source: Blood from experimental forest sentinel rhesus monkey, Uganda, 1947
Effect on Host: Paralysis and death
Updated 31/1/2016

Hadyn Parry: Re-engineering mosquitos to fight disease

Published on 3 Jan 2013
In a single year, there are 200-300 million cases of malaria and 50-100 million cases of dengue fever worldwide. So: Why haven’t we found a way to effectively kill mosquitoes yet? Hadyn Parry presents a fascinating solution: genetically engineering male mosquitoes to make them sterile, and releasing the insects into the wild, to cut down on disease-carrying species.
TED Talk Link

Transcript:
9:27
“And that’s exactly where we are. So this is technology that was developed in Oxford University a few years ago. The company itself, Oxitec, we’ve been working for the last 10 years, very much on a sort of similar development pathway that you’d get with a pharmaceutical company. So about 10 years of internal evaluation, testing, to get this to a state where we think it’s actually ready. And then we’ve gone out into the big outdoors, always with local community consent, always with the necessary permits. So we’ve done field trials now in the Cayman Islands, a small one in Malaysia, and two more now in Brazil…

We can produce them, in a space a bit more than this red carpet, I can produce about 20 million a week. We can transport them around the world. It’s not very expensive, because it’s a coffee cup — something the size of a coffee cup will hold about three million eggs. So freight costs aren’t our biggest problem. (Laughter) So we’ve got that. You could call it a mosquito factory. And for Brazil, where we’ve been doing some trials, the Brazilian government themselves have now built their own mosquito factory, far bigger than ours, and we’ll use that for scaling up in Brazil.

GM mosquito expansion announced

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-35353768
A company producing GM mosquitoes says it is to open a new factory in Brazil as it expand its operations.
Small-scale studies in parts of Brazil, Panama and the Cayman Islands suggest engineered sterile mosquitoes can reduce wild insect populations by more than 90% when released into the wild.
Intrexon said the facility in Piraciciba, São Paulo, will be able to protect 300,000 people.
Aedes aegypti mosquitoes carry three viruses – Dengue, Zika and Chikungunya.
The studies were carried out by the only company currently trialling GM insects, Oxitec, based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
Oxitec, which was spun out from the University of Oxford, was bought by US company Intrexon for $160m (£106m) in August last year.
Oxitec CEO Hadyn Parry said: ” As the principal source for the fastest growing vector-borne infection in the world in Dengue fever, as well as the increasingly challenging Zika virus, controlling the Aedes aegypti population provides the best defence against these serious diseases for which there are no cures.”

Note: “…fastest growing vector infection”? Captain Parry of corporate pirate ship Oxitec, states he will find the solution now we have a problem. Any shares for sale Captain Parry? Still private, ground floor oppurtunity investor, climb aboard.

Zika Virus: A New Threat and a New Kind of Pandemic

http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/13/zika-2/

“Zika virus forces us to confront a potential new disease-emergence phenomenon: pandemic expansion of multiple, heretofore relatively unimportant arboviruses previously restricted to remote ecologic niches,” they write. “To respond, we urgently need research on these viruses and the ecologic, entomologic, and host determinants of viral maintenance and emergence. Also needed are better public health strategies to control arboviral spread.”

Question: Why is there now a pandemic of an “emerging” Zika mosquito borne virus, now that we have increased research into just that? Mosquitoes as vectors for disease. According to wikipedia, Zika has been very rare until 2007 and the recent cases.

Chikungunya threat inspires new DARPA challenge

http://news.sciencemag.org/health/2014/08/chikungunya-threat-inspires-new-darpa-challenge
The research branch of the U.S. Department of Defense wants to know when and where the next outbreak of the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus will occur, and it’s offering $150,000 for the best new approach. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) today announced its first health-related challenge, which asks scientific teams to forecast over 6 months how the debilitating disease might spread in the Americas and the Caribbean

Hepburn says DARPA wants to find technologies that U.S. health officials can use to make decisions in the case of an outbreak. “It’s one thing to know what’s happening on the ground currently,” he says, “but really to design your response decisions, you need to know what’s going to happen next.” Forecasts of how severe an outbreak will be, where it might move, and who is most susceptible would help health officials concentrate resources in the right places, killing mosquitos and their larvae, or eliminating out potential breeding grounds in places of high risk.

The challenge drew inspiration from a similar competition at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) focused on influenza prediction—a field that has received more scientific attention than chikungunya and benefits from an annual influx of data during the peak season. CDC’s winning submission, announced in June, combined Google and CDC data to accurately predict the peak and intensity of the 2013 to 2014 season.