Cynthia: Flesh-Eating Synthetic Bacteria Has Mutated, Spreading Uncontrollably

Cynthia: Flesh-Eating Synthetic Bacteria Has Mutated, Spreading Uncontrollably
Back in April 2010, an explosion at a British Petroleum oil rig resulted in millions of barrels of oil contaminating the Gulf of Mexico. Despite the drastic measures taken to prevent an environmental catastrophe, an oil slick produced by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill covered over sixty thousand square miles.
As one of the means of addressing the environmental catastrophe on their hands, Washington decided to take drastic measures, regardless of the possible consequences of those actions. It was at that time when an artificially created microorganism nicknamed Cynthia was unleashed, without any kind of examination of the possible threat it may pose to the environment.
Cynthia is the brainchild of the J. Craig Venter Institute — which was engaged in genetic engineering experiments since the beginning of the 21st century — and Synthetic Genomics Inc, and was created and funded directly by BP. It was believed that Cynthia feeds on oil, but it turns out now that it is equally willing to consume all forms of organic life as well…
In 2011, Cynthia was unleashed in the Gulf of Mexico and in its initial stages of life it was absorbing oil slicks at breathtaking speed. In January, 2011 the Register reported that scientists were particularly impressed by the speed with which the bacteria was eating up its “meal”.
But then this bacteria mutated and soon was feeding on organic lifeforms. Strange reports started coming from the US, like five thousand birds falling victims of an “unknown disease” in Arkansas, or more that a hundred thousand dead fish found off the coast of north Louisiana. It was also reported that a total of 128 British Petroleum employees that participated in the liquidation of the oil slick were struck by some mysterious illness. According to various sources they were forbidden to seek relief in public hospitals, to prevent them from talking to anyone about what has happened to them…

Red Alert: Artificial Flesh-Eating Bacteria ‘Synthia’ Is Destroying All Life
The Artificial Flesh-Eating Bacteria, Synthia, was released at the Gulf of Mexico to eat oil in the water caused by oil giant BP in 2010. It turned out the bacteria mutated and it consume all forms of organic life as well. This project was supported by ‘BP’. Remarkably, this is ignored from all sides!
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EXCLUSIVE: The sisters who are the first proof that Russian flesh-eating ‘cannibal’ drug Krokodil IS in the U.S.

EXCLUSIVE: The sisters who are the first proof that Russian flesh-eating ‘cannibal’ drug Krokodil IS in the U.S.

  • Amber and Angie Neitzel, from Joliet, Illinois, say they have been using the potent alternative to heroin – which originated in Russia – for around a year
  • The drug’s devastating effect can clearly be seen by comparing pictures on their Facebook pages taken just a few months before they tried Krokodil
  • They say they had no idea they were taking Krokodil – a mixture of codeine and toxic ingredients including gasoline and lighter fluid 
  • Leading drugs specialist Dr Abhin Singla, confirmed to MailOnline that the sisters had abused Krokodil after Angie was among five addicts he treated for the drug in his small hospital in the last few weeks
  • Dr Singla is in no doubt because their telltale scaly sores – which gave the drug it’s name – are different from other addicts 
  • Despite these gruesome reports and several more examples spanning the country in states including Utah and Arizona the DEA initially played down concerns, saying they are ‘not seeing cases’ of abuse of the substance
  • Amber said: ‘My boyfriend actually had maggots coming out of his leg. I know people don’t want to hear stuff like that, but it is really happening out here’
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