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The recently reported giant, miles long blob floating off the Alaskan coast is something that has never been seen before. The thing looks vaguely Morgellonish to me. Morgellons organisms have been videoed slowly moving to hook up with each other, seems they have a great attraction to one another.

Chemtrails have been sprayed for over 10 years now. Morgellons is almost certainly being spread in the chemtrails. With all those trillions and gadzillions of Morgellons parasites from the chemtrails landing in the ocean and in the rivers and streams that feed into the ocean, it would be reasonable to suspect that after 10 years the Ocean is highly contaminated with Morgellons organisms.

Maybe that giant blob is the result of untold trillions and trillions of Morg organisms quietly hooking up with each other for the last ten years. Who knows how big that blobster could get as it floats along consuming everything in it's path and joining with whatever new Morgs parasites it runs into.

Either that or it might be gray goo caused by out of control self-replicating nano-bots.

xterrester, Aerosol Operations Message Board 21 Comments [10/24/2009 12:18:15 AM]
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Submitted By: Doubting Thomas
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lol what

wat

10/24/2009 12:33:28 AM

Nathan the Wise

um ... yeah. What?

10/24/2009 2:24:47 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

Either that or it might be gray goo caused by out of control self-replicating nano-bots.

I love it when they do this - it's almost as if, after carefully composing a completely wack post, they suddenly get performance anxiety and wonder if they've not made it crazy enough, and tack on a whole lot of extra unsupported, implausible wild guesses to pad out their conspiracy-cred, just to make sure everyone knows they're up to date with all the latest conspiracies! Jeez, who'd have ever guessed that even paranoid distrust of everything and everybody could still leave one subject to peer pressure and an "in crowd"?

10/24/2009 2:45:34 AM

aaa

How fucked up your brain is?

10/24/2009 8:02:24 AM

Smilodon

If I recall correctly people in the nanotech field wrote off the “grey goo” scenario as unlikely. Sorry Charlie it looks like your theory is bunk.

10/24/2009 8:14:49 AM

fmitchell

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgellons

Imagine these people connecting the blobs off the Alaska coast to a delusional disease. Everyone knows those blobs are Shoggoths.

10/24/2009 8:34:03 AM

Justin

Smilodon

If I recall correctly people in the nanotech field wrote off the “grey goo” scenario as unlikely. Sorry Charlie it looks like your theory is bunk.


Wasn't it green goo?

I read about it. They estimated that a total take over would take 1.5 years...I sinecerely doubt we humans would just twiddle our thumbs for so long (well, those who believe that you only need to pray and a fairy sky daddy will solve all your problems might...).

10/24/2009 11:30:40 AM

Smilodon

@Justin
Grey goo refers to out of control nanobots, green goo refers to out of control engineered/altered wetware organisms. "Wetware" meaning water dependent life lke humans and bacteria.

10/24/2009 1:03:05 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

You are completely out of your fucking mind!

*closes door to lab, begins altering program for self-replicating nano-bots*

10/24/2009 3:39:49 PM



I'm sorry, did you watch the blob a few too many times last night.

10/24/2009 5:22:07 PM

werewolf

Not to worry, chum. Any exotic, strange and funny-looking monster will always destroy Tokyo first. Seen it so many times in the past.

The amazing documentary, Big Man Japan, illustrates this phenomenon quite well.

10/24/2009 9:30:47 PM



...and that's why you need to buy our new homeopathic water to kill the giant blob that's destroying Japan.

10/25/2009 4:35:57 AM



Actually there was something on the news here in CA about some sort of mucus-like substance that consists of debris from sea creatures, which used to be found only in small blobs, but is now being seen in large, sometimes miles-long patches. They're not sure why the increase in size of the blobs, possibly global warming. They're nothing new, just the size of them is increasing. But that would be entirely too rational an explanation, wouldn't it?

10/26/2009 1:17:16 AM

Doctor Fishcake

I misread that as "Arsehole Opinions Message Board". Which is somewhat appropriate.

10/26/2009 3:19:56 AM

Dr. Novakaine

Okay, I am yet willing to possibly believe that there is something to Morgellon's Disease, given that I have not yet seen anything satisfactorily convincing one way or the other. But I drew the line there, and this rockets right past it.

10/26/2009 9:27:48 AM

SurfinSeaOtter

horny nanobots ftw!

I think....

10/26/2009 2:40:52 PM

Doubting Thomas

"Who knows how big that blobster could get as it floats along consuming everything in it's path..."

I remember seeing The Blob on TV years ago. Was a cool 50's sci-fi horror movie. The remake wasn't nearly as good (but are they ever?)

10/26/2009 5:40:24 PM



The giant blob off the Alaska coast is merely Rush Limbaugh on vacation.

10/26/2009 10:30:03 PM



Best. Sci-fi. Novel. Idea. EVER.

7/16/2010 7:03:56 PM

v200

It could also be ice. Nah, blob monster is cooler.

8/2/2011 5:33:15 PM

J. James

@1181450
I've actually read this book. It's called "The Swarm", and it's about the Yrr, a previously-unknown species of single-celled organism that lives on the bottom of the ocean and can aggregate into a intercommunicating, brainlike blob. They're at LEAST as smart as humans and they raise all sorts of aquatic hell on Humanity once they decide that we're killing the planet.

That said, the book was way better than this shit.

"That or it's a self-replicating swarm of nanobots."

Everything he says after that would just be icing on the cake.

8/2/2011 5:46:21 PM
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