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Remember the prions? Those things that  were combined with Ebola Marburg to create the  virus that  ultimately killed Catherine? They are real entities, real things... and we're learning more about them every day,a nd the more we learn, the more frightening it sounds.

 

Prions seed the eyes of victims

"I smell blood and an era of prominent madmen"

W. H. Auden
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WOW, what an article!  A self-replicating, infectious protein, impervious to destroy.....how frightening.  Maybe they're not totally biological, but also mechanical, like microscopic little machines t

WOW, what an article!  A self-replicating, infectious protein, impervious to destroy.....how frightening.  Maybe they're not totally biological, but also mechanical, like microscopic little machines that are too small to detect, even under a microscope.  Just thinking out of the box and out loud, especially considering they prey on proteins, something that they are suppose to be themselves, but obviously perverted or deformed.

Possibly something left here in ancient times by extraterrestrials.

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