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MORGELLONS INFECTION REVEALED IN NEW IMAGING PROCESS
A new skin-visualization process (patent pending) that allows dermatologists to see under the skin shows abnormal fiber structures and organisms associated with Morgellons infection in this patient.

Image copyright Glenn Boyle 2009
"A beautiful profile. The brutality of men, and greed. The lie of unaccountability." --Richard R, 04/21/13
"I have the same condition in the same spot...wickedness beyond words" --beastsaver@gmail.com, 04/05/15
copyright Glenn Boyle
Nikon E995 Hide EXIF / IPTC
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ModelE995
OrientationTop, left side (Horizontal / normal)
X Resolution72 dots per inch
Y Resolution72 dots per inch
Resolution UnitInch
SoftwareAdobe Photoshop CS4 Macintosh
Date/Time2009:07:10 12:09:59
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PhotoPhoto Data
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F-NumberF2.6
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ISO Speed Ratings100
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Date/Time Original0000:00:00 00:00:00
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Compressed Bits Per Pixel2 bits/pixel
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Max Aperture ValueF1
Metering ModeMulti-segment
White BalanceUnknown
FlashFlash did not fire
Focal Length8.2 mm
FlashPix Version1.00
Color SpacesRGB
Exif Image Width1200 pixels
Exif Image Height900 pixels
File SourceDigital Still Camera (DSC)
Scene TypeDirectly photographed image
IPTCIPTC Data
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