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Morgellons and European TESSY program

Morgellons is an infection of genetically altered animals
This is a springtail found on the body of a woman who has had Morgellons for 13 years.  She put it under a microscope and found writing on it.
Other Words on Bug
OTHER LETTERS ON SPRINGTAIL. The letters preceding the word TESSY on the insect may be UKing _ _ _MIC SYS.  This may refer to the work done in the UK at the University of Portsmouth on a microchannel system using a nanoscale etching technique for biosensors, warfare or muscle contollers. Iit is related to at the TESSY site on page 8 and 9.  They  have combined living cells with silicon based actuators. They would be using the nanoactuator in the insect’s muscles.  See: Official Title:  A Biological Nanoactuator as a Molecular Switch for Biosensing
Morgellons Victim Finds Name of European Agency on Bug from their Skin - a Springtail

 This is too close to not be a match. The insects, worms, bacteria, fungus and viruses in Morgellons are all engineered with new synthetic technologies. This one was funded by the European Union!












Towards a European Strategy for Synthetic Biology Specific Support Action within the EU-NEST-Activities, PATHFINDER initiative“Synthetic Biology” 2005/2006

Funded by the European Union under Contract Nr. 043449


Overview. 


Synthetic biology (SB) is an emerging field promising high potential for research and development (R&D), and future applications beneficial for economy and society. The EU has started first measures to develop the field. However, research activities are scattered across European regions and across scientific disciplines and are concentrated in a relatively small number of working groups. The Specific Support Action TESSY aims to fill this gap by setting up an expert based, investigative and participative process for the further development of SB in Europe. The core elements of TESSY will be a series of workshops which will be informed by fact finding explorations (e. g. surveys, expert interviews).© Fraunhofer ISI 2007

Coordinator:  University of Portsmouth (United Kingdom)
Partners: • National Physical Laboratory (United Kingdom) • Ecole Normale Superieure (France) • Technology University of Delft (The Netherlands) • IMIC (Czech Republic) • EMPA (Switzerland) • INESC-MN (Portugal)


Further Information: Dr Keith Firman, University of Portsmouth, School of Biological Sciences, King Henry Building, King Henry I Street, PO1 2DY Portsmouth, United Kingdom, email: [email protected], fax: +44 2392 842070, Project cost € 2 680 380.72, EU funding € 1 992 609.80, Project reference, Contract No 043288 (NEST)

Specific Support Action within the EU-NEST-Activities, PATHFINDER initiative“Synthetic Biology” 2005/2006
Funded by the European Union under Contract Nr. 043449
TESSY stands for Towards a European Strategy for Synthetic Biology