Swollen heads

I cannot be sure if this is a recent mutation, or if it somehow slipped past me. One of the symptoms of the paramyxovirus in birds seems to be that their heads get swollen to the point that they become effectively blind. This affects chickens that go into our food. 

For now it’s probably best that you all avoid all birds at any cost 

 

Dane Cooper. 

 

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Pigeons of the Plague

Certain strands of the paramyxovirus are carried by pigeons, chickens and other similar birds. These birds not only inhabit our cities unregulated, they are also one of our major food supplies. If Williamson is altering the strand to make it more similar to the human paramyxovirus he could potentially create this century’s plague. I do not wish to cause panic, but steps must be taken to see that this does not happen. I must look deeper into this, but be warned, a pigeon or chicken that can’t hold it’s own head up has the paramyxovirus, and must be avoided at all cost!

 

Dane Cooper.

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A Syncytium

A form of mitosis where the nucleus may split into 5 daughter’s is not naturally occurring. Not to say that it couldn’t be artificially induced, but a much more likely answer would be that this is a syncytium cell; a breed of cell infection that includes HIV. I doubt very much that this image is a simple case of a HIV cell, Williamson must be involved in the creation of a new form of HIV or similar disease. Why? I cannot know at this point. But I think it would be safe to say that his goal would be to increase the infection rate of the disease. It would be impossible to know how quickly this could spread, or if any kind of cure or immunisation would be possible. 

 

Dane Cooper. 

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An Animal

I had been so foolish, I was looking at the entire image and focusing on the minute. Below I have enlarged and cropped the circled area of the image. Now it is plain to see that this is one cell. The circle is the outer membrane, and the dark areas are it’s nuclei. It does seem strange that the cell would have more than one nucleus, let alone five. Possibly this is an advanced form of mitosis, in which the nucleus has split into five daughters, not two. I must find out if this is possible, I feel like I’m close.

 

Dane Cooper.

 

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MRSA

Like smallpox, MRSA would be an equally likely candidate for Williamson’s instrument of terror. But as with smallpox the pattern that the bacteria cells naturally fall into do not match the patterns in the image. I’ve included two examples of the typical clumping below. The antibiotic resistant nature of MRSA would make it an effective tool for Williamson if he has the capability to genetically modify it to increase its infectiousness. In it’s current form, it does not jump from victim to victim at a high enough rate to be a real danger to the general population.

 

Dane Cooper.

 

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Smallpox? It’s not smallpox.

Whilst the current work on developing an untreatable smallpox strain is terrifying, some solace can be taken in knowing that that’s not what Williamson is up to. If I place the image next to an image of the smallpox virus, it’s quite clear to see that the two do not match. The clumping in Williamson’s creation is far more sporadic. It also appears that either 100% of the cells in Williamson’s image have been darkened by infection, or this is actually a bacterial disease. It must be bacteria. 

 

Dane Cooper.

 

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