Here you’ll find updates and information on all sorts of interesting and useful topics to do with health and science, skin care and (of course) the gulf oil spill (Oil contains a number of dangerous chemicals, including Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, Xylene, Naphthalene, Hydrogen sulfide, etc.) – as well as many other diverse issues related to what you can do take pro-active measures to protect your health through detoxification and healthy living.
Dr. Riki Ott: “I have never seen so many PhD scientists sell out (as) to Exxon. There were contracts down the whole West Coast which included the University of Washington which is how I know about this because my major professor sent me a contract $250,000 blanket contract ‘come work for Exxon Oil’” Dr. Riki Ott “Not One Drop” the personal story of Riki Ott – 20 years of trying to explain to kids why they couldn’t go to the colleges they wanted Read the rest of this entry »
Dolphin Queen Cruises – in the Back Bays of Alabama
Visit Trisha’s YouTube Channel for more videos. Trisha Springstead is fighting the fight of her life right now against the Fish and Game administration for her outspokenness and claims that the seafood and the shellfood – the oysters – are not safe to eat.
Here in this video you see Trisha interviewing Captain Lori Deangelis on the Dolphin Queen. The government wants to shut her up. They will stop at nothing to silence her and anyone and everyone who gets too vocal and starts producing documentary videos like this one.
You can help Trisha continue her work by sponsoring research such as that shown in the above video at http://Hope5.com – small donations add up and if you can’t be in the gulf or can’t produce videos if you are – even a dollar will do. Spread the word. We need your help!
http://www.bioremediationinc.com/BIOREMEDIATION-WATER_CLEANUP.htm Oil Under the Gulf of Mexico Sand – Bio Remediation of the Gulf Oil Spill Bioremediation is all about cleaning up oil and water and the bioremediation in the Gulf of Mexico right now is a major concern and will be for some time to come. In this video we’re cleaning up some samples of oil beneath the sandy beaches in Apalachicola Florida where waves laden with oil have lapped against the sand, which filters the oil and settles inches below. Our Baad Bugs Brand of BioRem 2000 remediates (not disperses) the oil virtually immediately. It does so safely, quickly and, as you’ll see, even a child can touch it and not be harmed in the least. Special guest speaker scientist and Registered Nurse Patricia Springstead speaks.
“I AM ANGRY. I AM OUTRAGED. And I am in love with this beautiful, blue planet we call home.
This story in the Gulf of Mexico is not a new story. Living in the American West, I understand the oil and gas industry, both its political power in a state like Wyoming and its lack of regard for the safety of workers. Broken necks and backs are commonplace injuries. So are lost fingers. Occasional blowouts occur on land as well, resulting in fatalities. Production is paramount at the expense of almost everything else.”
James Jancik: Tricia Springstead, RN, Registered Nurse in Florida has 36 years experience in many specialties including Clinical Educator and Administrator. Advocating for the recognition and treatment of Hypertoxicity Syndrome (once called “Morgellons”), she works closely with Doctors and Scientists. In the ongoing aftermath of the Gulf Oil Disaster Trisha is helping those with new health issues from toxic exposure. She’s very concerned with the toxic accumulation in our environment and in our bodies. Before I bring her on she wanted me to play a little speech from JFK:
Patricia Springstead: Pretty amazing, wasn’t it?
James Jancik: Yeah, that’s great what we’re doing to the sea, of course we’re doing terrible things on land too, but, ah, it’s great what we’re doing to that Sea.
Patricia Springstead: Yeah. He was prophetic. And when I heard that, and after this gulf spill, every time I heard that I cried. And, you know, I don’t know how I got here, James. We have been through a lot together, and I’ve been through a lot in the last six years. And I just want to let you know first off that we won a landmark (Hypertoxicity Syndrome) law suit in a courtroom in Ocala Florida. The judge just happened to be from Tulsa, and since then we’ve won two landmark law suits on the name “Morgellons”. The first person we won the the initial landmark lawsuit for I put 300 hours worth of work into that. The attorney, John Wyle… it took the judge, the judge must have done his homework because eight minutes and fifty seconds he rendered her back SSI and Medicare retroactively. That set a precedence for two more winning law suits. If we don’t do something soon and validate these people, it’s going to bankrupt our medical system.
I have a few things that I’d like to say. First off, I’m a military brat and I was raised on Marine bases. I didn’t know prejudice. I didn’t know that other faiths deserve respect and religious tolerance. I always was tolerant of other religions when they didn’t become out of control and extremists. I have friends that are Buddhist that have this, I have friends that are Hindus that have this. The other thing I want to say is that we have bases all over the world, and I’ve got news for our government, and I hope that you’re listening: Shut them down! Bring our soldiers home now, because we are in trouble because while we’re busy minding the business of everybody else, we are losing. We are losing. Our country is losing, and we are going to end up a third world country if we don’t watch it.
James Jancik: Well I would say that’s the whole point. For the powers that be it’s a lot easier to handle a third world country than a country made up of people that might decide not to go along with the politicians that want to run the the country the way they want.
Patricia Springstead: That’s right, and you know the other thing is that I started looking at this stuff a long time ago, and when I saw, I believe her name was Kendra, I saw the lesions on that girl and I saw the lesions that doctors were saying were Scabies and bla, bla, bla, bla, bla – they were giving them so many names, and then they tell them that they’ve got the flu? Come on! These guys are toxic! I’ve been right all along! They are toxic! and the only way to get them better is to detox them. And you have to do it slowly. I’ve got news for the AMA: I am getting reports from doctors who are losing their medical licenses for trying to do the right thing.
James Jancik: What do you mean?
Patricia Springstead: Huh?
James Jancik: Give me an example. What are they trying to do that they’re losing their medical licenses?
Patricia Springstead: Trying to take care of these patients. There’s a doctor in Canada that put out a book, I think his name is Conroy, he put out a book just on his observations of these people’s lesions. No theoretical analysis, nothing, just his observations, and they pulled his license to practice. There are doctors in this country who are calling me, and I’ve got to protect them – I don’t want to say their names over the air – because they’re pulling their licenses for helping these people. This is insanity, and I’ve got news for the AMA: You better wake up, and you better start listening to the alternative and complimentary people the the “NIH” oversees. You know, they are unbelievable. And I’ve got news for the CDC: The government doesn’t own you, the people own you. And I’ve got news for the EPA: The government doesn’t own you, the people own you.
I don’t know why I put myself through this crap every day but every day I pick up the phone and every day I call somebody. I am so tired of being called delusional, and that I’m as delusional as my patients are that I protect, and now we’ve sat down and we’ve put stacks together and we’ve figured out that just people emailing me since I’ve been on your show, since I’ve done the article with Barbara Minton, since I’ve been on Coast to Coast, we’ve figured out that we’ve got something like 300,000 families. That’s just reporting to me. James, I’m just one little nurse in a sea of disease and pestilence and I can’t save this world, but I’ll tell you what, I’m going to go down trying. You know, it’s really sad what the AMA is doing to alternative practitioners, and they better wake up.
James Jancik: Well, I don’t think they’re going to.
Patricia Springstead: And you know what? I’ve got a big bad lawyer right now. There’s a guy in California that had a way to bio re-mediate that (Gulf) water, and I handed it over to a lawyer friend of mine and he forwarded it to the EPA. I (then) called the EPA and told them “Look, I have something that we believe can help”
James Jancik: When you say water, what water is that?
Patricia Springstead: The original spill, before they dumped the Correxit in it?
James Jancik: Right.
Patricia Springstead: We have something that we believe could have helped. And actually it’s a small world because the scientists that sent it to Tom, who just happens to be a friend of mine, and then I was up in the Gulf because I was up there because these (California scientists) called me and said we need samples. So I go up to the gulf and I take my web designer with me and he’s sharp, and I say come on, lets go take a trip and get some samples. So we get up there and I’m thinking “where are we going to go to find out what’s really going on?”
James Jancik: Well, where’s “there” first off?
Patricia Springstead: We were in Pensacola. It was the day after Obama was up there. So we go to Pensacola and we find out – you know you can always find out what’s going on where you can find the local bar where these people hang out. So we met a guy (a ships captain) in an Irish Pub and he told us where to go. So we go and David (Webmaster) is talking to some of the workers from BP and I’m acting stupid with middle management from BP and they’re flashing me their gold BP lighters and they’re all watching each other. And so finally this kind young man slips my web guy a note that said this is where you go. Go to orange beach and you will find the oil. So the next morning we headed up to Orange Beach, I get there and there’s sand. Everywhere. There’s no oil. And I run into Ron Mott from NBC News and he was up on the pier. You had to make an appointment to out on that water. So I said (to Ron Mott) you know, I’ve got a steel box here with sample collecting supplies and I need to get some samples because I need to send them off to these renegade scientists in California so they can give us a hand here. And he said “Well, I want to see what’s in that box”. Then fortunately the Mayor came by and took them out to the end of the beach and we ran out and got what we could there and ran back to the car because I didn’t want to be on national news.
I mean, I didn’t know that you could be fined and you could go to jail. And then we ran into some people that were wildlife rehabilitation people, and again I have to protect their names. They told us to go to Gulf Shores. When we got to Gulf Shores there were FEMA people all over the place – you know, HASMAT workers – working on the beach.
So David and I went down to the water. We had all of our jars, we had all of our testing equipment, I open up the back of my truck, I’m sealing up my jars, all my evidence to send so it was dated with the time like you do scientifically. David says to me, you see that guy over there? He’s looking straight at you and he’s on a cell phone. I said “get in the car”, so we get in the car and as we’re pulling out, by God aren’t two cop cars pulling in! So then we hightailed it down the road and turned down into an alleyway, waited until they went and then headed in the other direction and came home.
Then I get a call from a wildlife rehabilitation person who got out on the beach at 6:30 in the morning – and at 6:30 in the morning out on the beach two ATV’s came rushing out of nowhere headed toward her from each side, wearing uniforms and carrying guns and she almost got arrested. This is a nightmare. We’re living in a military state.
James Jancik: I’m just looking at the various official web sites for various places like Orange Beach, which is Alabama, technically, and they’re all talking about how just great the water is off there, it’s just wonderful. It’s the greatest there is. Haha.
Patricia Springstead: Oh yeah. And then I come back and Riki Ott is talking down here in Hernando County where I live. So I went, and I told my story. Then I found out from a source that after they dumped all that Pseudomonas putida into the Exxon Valdiz spill people were complaining of the same symptoms – thousands of people were complaining of the same symptoms, and I think right now we need to ditch that name Morgellons, it doesn’t fit the lexicon any more, and we should just call it what it is. We could call it Human Infestation of Toxins or Global Infestation of Toxins (aka Hypertoxicity Syndrome). We can call it whatever we want, but I don’t like the name. The connotation of that name makes them feel filthy and ugly when they’re not.
James Jancik: Well now, I think I talked to you and you said something about radioactive water. I mean, as far as I know the ingredients that went into it weren’t radioactive, unless there was something radioactive that was coming out of the oil volcano as some people called it.
Patricia Springstead: Yeah. At the base. Well, I know enough about ocean toxicology to be dangerous. But I can tell you that everybody thinks that the real petroleum that we’re putting in our cars is the petroleum that you drill down in and it was decades after decades of petroleum (being refined and sold as gas for many decades) that was made from fossils and animals and plant life – it was living oil. And now I find out in my stupidity and my ignorance, that’s not what it is. It’s chemical oil. The bottom line is that it’s abiotic. Abiotic. Guess what that means? No life.
James Jancik: Yes, we’ve had talks about that where it’s, ah, in fact one of my guests who actually will be on after you, but, he has mentioned that it’s a creation from comets actually – it’s created from comets and when comets crashed into the earth, or actually the earth was probably a comet when it formed and then got trapped by the sun, that this is the system that dumped it (the oil). Also there’s the possibility that there’s a continuing process and that it’s continuing to be made. Then if you say that, then you’re lumped into the same nut category “well you deny global warming” “you probably believe that it was an inside job with 9/11″ there’s a whole group that you are lumped into if you try to challenge the current philosophy or theories from science or politics.
Patricia Springstead: Right. Well, these people need to start thinking outside of the box.
James Jancik: You know I have is, yes that’s true, but there’s going to have to be motivation for them to do that because they’re not going to do it on their accord.
Patricia Springstead: Yeah, and guess what the motivation is? …Money!
James Jancik: Yeah. Motivation is going to have to be hootin’ and hollerin’
Patricia Springstead: Money and power. Can I ask you a question?
James Jancik: Yeah, well, we’re almost done with this segment but you can try to throw it in there.
James Jancik: A handful of very rich private citizens.
Patricia Springstead: How come Correxit was banned in England but not over here?
James Jancik: Well, we can guess that a lot of those who own the Federal Reserve (are over there) and they said well you can pour it over here but not over by us.
Patricia Springstead: And what are we, some big science experiment? You know, James? And you know what? We need benefactors. These people (who are suffering) are poor. They don’t have any money. They are down there, and they are sick. I want to open a clinic down there with Tom, and we need benefactors.
James Jancik: Tom being Tom Termotto who was on the show here a few weeks ago.
Patricia Springstead: Yeah. I want to get down there and open up a clinic in the next couple months for these people. We need a clinic now, and not staffed by BP. We need a clinic now but the bottom line is we need benefactors. I am begging T. Boone Pickens, I am begging the Gates, we need help now. Please. Donate. Donate to Tom’s foundation. He’s an honest man. He will make sure that that money is allocated to where it needs to be allocated. But we have got to have some money here because I talk to nurses all the time and they say “I can’t go down there and volunteer, I don’t have any money.”
James Jancik: Yeah, will Gates has put together billions and billions into some funds, but if you take the Gates and the Opras together the problem is in educating them as to what is really going to help verses what foundations say will help which simply will keep those foundations in money. There’s an arrogance amongst the elite that they can talk to one another, and learn…
Patricia Springstead: But you know what? This country is what made them the money that they have, so help us, help us, we’re begging. I don’t know how many times I have to beg, but somebody needs to help. We need benefactors and I really do believe that somebody needs to contact T. Boone Pickens, because I think he would help.
James Jancik: Yeah, he seems to be the type. I mean during the last election he had a bunch of ads for turning the country around from foreign dependence. None of those seem to have been picked up by any of the other candidates. And I’m sure they got a lot of money from oil in their funds.
Patricia Springstead: Right, and definitely if we can just give information to people on Tom’s group. He’s actually pretty much single handedly done the work on the blog, the Phoenix Rising from the Gulf – if you can give information to the people after we get off, on his name and how to contact him?
I’m going to be working. I’ve got a lot of nurses who are emailing me. The nurses are going to be the backbone of this because we’re going to be the hands-on people. The nurses are going to have to watch out for the doctors and help them because we don’t want to burn our doctors out. That’s what we do.
And you know, people need to start talking to Dr. Oumar Amin, who is in Phoenix, because he can tell you everything about this disease. They need to start talking to James Schaller, who’s here in Florida. James Schaller is pulling 20 different organisms out of these people. They’re condemning buildings in NY due to slime mold… and they fund more money to the bed bug infestation? Dr. Tom Termotto’s web site is Oil Spill Solution Now
We’re all looking at the latest (second) explosion in the gulf and wondering, when will this ever end?
Jeff Greene in Belize, now a Senate Candidate, whose yacht severely damaged the Belize coral reef and then left approximately $1.87 million in unpaid fines. There is so much more incredibly horrendous activity in the world – Monsanto and their GMOs and filing suit against farmers for planting their own seed… and big corporations and some of the super wealthy just seems to be making it worse and worse.
I’m appalled by the irresponsible ways people who can make an impact on our environment run their personal and business lives. It seems like the only ones who can get any press making waves about this stuff (and tell a closer version of the truth as we all see it than what’s being fed to us on the nightly news) are the movie stars. Thank goodness for the movie stars. Every once in a while I watch “On Deadly Ground” Directed by Steven Seagal and starring Steven Seagal, Michael Caine, Joan Chen. The short clip below, from the end of that film, are his words. This movie, more than anything I’ve seen so far, about sums up the BP disaster – even to the reason it happened. A faulty preventer.
The American way of life is under attack, and we’re all being targeted. Between BP and other foreign and domestic drilling concerns, Monsanto and GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms), the federal deficit reaching the point where all tax dollars are headed directly to the World Bank just to pay the interest on the national debt and our political system up for grabs to special interests that now have no caps on how much corporations can donate to campaigns – we, and our way of life, are under attack.
Before BP my main focus had been on dealing with various known skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis) and the newly emerging skin conditions of body bugs and possibly related Morgellons syndrome. After more than twenty years Riki Ott continues tirelessly in the battle against unsafe drilling and I support her in those efforts. My own campaign for the past thirteen years has focused to a good deal on Morgellons. My new site Morgellons Report is in progress and should soon contain enough information to educate the newcomers (and those already suffering long term) and offer them directions to turn for help.
I believe that we are seeing signs of a pandemic. The genetic modifications made to our food supply using techniques first developed for biological warfare to weaken the immune systems has been permitted by our government without the need for extensive testing. The resulting mutations and “trans genetic migration” (unwanted crossover of mutating genes) into other plants is documented fact.
Reporting in France, Germany, India, South American countries and even Canada has resulted in tight lipped silence from Monsanto who refuses to be interviewed. Efforts by foreign governments to stop their seeds from legally entering into their countries has been thwarted by illegal smuggling of seeds in unmarked sacks over borders using unconventional means such as pack mules.
Suicides and strange skin lesions where these GMOs are planted and sprayed with Monsanto chemicals are alarmingly common. To learn more you can visit my Morgellons Report website.
On Thursday, July 1st, 2010 WKFA 89.3 FM radio announcer David Curtis interviewed Kathy Birren of Hernando Beach Seafood Inc. on the topic of the oil spill and how it is affecting fishing in Hernando County. Here is the podcast of that show: