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Neon Starfish

February 06, 2012 By: kajay Category: F-Zymes, Morgellons, Research

I use 60x magnification all the time. 100x is too big, 30x too small. 4x only helps for some of the monsters I’m getting out of me since I started MMS a couple or three months ago.

I have one of these VERY cheap portable lighted microscopes in every room, and an inexpensive Digivision digital next to my computer. The Digivision fits my hand, but I hate using the Digivision’s little red button to snap the shots–too much motion. So I use the scanning software built into Photoshop Elements 2.0, which came free with my Canon Lide50 scanner. It lets me hold the scope in one hand and click ENTER on my keyboard with the other.

Update 6/2011: I cannot make any of the drivers that have worked with my Digivision in the past work now. I guess until I can afford another camera (right now the F-5 is my priority), I am out of the digital microcam business.

Sadly not only do I not SEE as clearly through the digital, but the supposedly sharp 480×640 images are even worse. Thus a lot of things I have watched unfold through one or the other microscope I cannot prove, so I report what I saw, but as in the story below, I never try to claim anything as a valid conclusion, and I allow for the fact that if I saw it but I cannot show it to you, I have to be prepared for the fact that you may not believe me. It doesn’t change my own mind about what I saw, LOL!

Such as the still incredible to ME even story of “blue boy,” the globular baby blue fiber critter whom I was originally observing on my lint roller (I leave them on the roller, that way I have a handle and can turn them), which is when I saw that rascal spin around, all of his little black legs still stuck to the sticky sheet, flatten his body out to become a smaller target, or just because twisting only his body compressed his body, hadn’t thought of that before, like twisting a hot water bottle flattens it, forcing the water out…and thrust the end with two black dots on it toward me (the other end I had already observed had a black C or anus). Little rascal thought he could take me!!! Still funny to me.

Also there was the day I was idly looking at the lesion on my arm that won’t go away. It changes shape but is hard, intact, like a permanent fixture. It is not raw and red or cratered like the other kind of lesions we get. Anyway, I was watching it change its overall shape and decided I’d get my digital microscope and get some stills, save them as JPGs, then pop them into Windows movie maker and save them as a video (much smaller file than actual video).

However, when I turned off the microscope and started processing the photos, I saw something weird that I didn’t notice through the microscope. So I used CTRL+F6 which allows you to toggle through all open files in most any program in the order they were opened or scanned, and did it fast so I could see any motion. What I saw was two parallel bars, not sharp edged, but rounded like neon bulbs appear when lit, both glowing a reddish pink, like a red neon light, at the same time, then fading, then both glowing, and fading, over and over. They were pulsating! I chose not to brighten or enhance the photos in any way, and it is VERY difficult to see what I even want to show, but here is the video.

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