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Releasing genetically modified mosquitoes creates MUTATIONS that may cause RESISTANT vector-borne diseases

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The global operation has projects in 14 countries and claims to have protected 11 million people from vector borne diseases over the past decade. These projects include the release of billions of genetically modified mosquitoes.

To start, the mosquito eggs are injected with Wolbachia bacteria. After they are released, they are counted on to mate with the indigenous population of mosquitoes and eradicate the species that spread diseases like dengue, chikungunya, Zika virus ...

Bill Gates’ GMO mosquitos unleash 400% increase in dengue fever in Brazil – now they’re begging for his VACCINES to stop the outbreak

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Reports indicate that 40 people in Brazil have so far died from dengue fever, according to the nation's health ministry, while another 265 deaths are being investigated to see if they, too, are linked to the outbreak.

Brazil's response to the outbreak has not been one of reflecting as to why there is suddenly a 400 percent increase in dengue fever cases ever since the GMO mosquito release. Instead, the South American country has decided to purchase 5.2 million doses of a ...

CLAIM: CIA funded secret mosquito experiment in India in the ’70s

July 16, 2023 -

The project was carried out secretly in India and involved live research on new breeds of mosquitoes for germ warfare. This project was funded and coordinated by the United States Army, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and other American organizations in association with some Indian institutions under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO). (Related: Bill Gates-funded Colombian mosquito factory breeds 30 million bacteria-infected mosquitoes weekly.)

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Google’s sister company releasing 20 million mosquitoes infected with fertility-destroying bacteria… DEPOPULATION experiment?

July 25, 2017 -

According to the scientists, the goal of the project is to cut the population of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes — which are known for spreading Zika, dengue, and chikungunya. Over the course of 20 weeks, the company will release 1 million sterile, non-biting male mosquitoes in two 300-acre neighborhoods in Fresno County every week.Releasing lab-bred mosquitoes into the wild

The mosquitoes being released are not genetically modified, though they are made in a lab. The ...

Repel mosquitos naturally with these 10 powerful plants

May 31, 2017 -

Cultivating various plants that readily repel unwanted insects may help prevent these outbreaks. Below are 10 of the most powerful natural insect repellents that help stave off disease-causing mosquitoes.

According to the WHO, dengue and other diseases such as Zika, chikungunya and yellow fever get transmitted to humans by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. The WHO cautioned that more than half of the total global population ...

California state legislators oppose plan to release genetically modified MOSQUITOES to “control” wild mosquito population

November 08, 2022 -

British biotechnology company Oxitec plans to make California the second state in the union – after Florida – to host an experimental release of its genetically modified mosquitoes. It is planning to release millions of these modified mosquitoes in Tulare County in the San Joaquin Valley region. (Related: Biotech company to release millions of genetically modified mosquitoes in California.)

News of this planned release of genetically modified mosquitoes comes as more ...

Chrysanthemums: A natural deterrent for the yellow fever mosquito

December 21, 2018 -

Overall, this study shows that chrysanthemums have potential use as natural pesticides against the yellow fever mosquito since they contain compounds with insecticidal activity.

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Biotech company to release millions of genetically modified mosquitoes in California

April 10, 2022 -

Oxitec, a British biotechnology company specializing in the development of genetically engineered insects, recently said it has created one of its first genetically modified organisms by changing the DNA of the invasive Aedes aegypti mosquito.

"In California, since first being detected in 2013, this mosquito has rapidly spread to more than 20 counties throughout the state, increasing the risk of transmission of dengue, chikungunya, Zika, yellow fever and other ...

Node flower allmania: Common weed found to be a natural larvicide against dengue mosquito

April 14, 2021 -

Female marsh mosquitoes from the genus Anopheles, meanwhile, play host to malaria-causing parasites and transmit the disease to humans during blood meals. And Aedes aegypti, also known as yellow fever mosquito, is known as a vector of well-known viral diseases, such as chikungunya, Zika fever and dengue fever.

Because of the serious threat posed by mosquito-borne diseases, scientific interest in natural larvicides -- particularly those derived from plants -- has ...

What could go wrong? Genetically modified mosquitoes to swarm Houston in latest Zika hoax lunacy

March 26, 2017 -

One of the methods chosen by American officials around the country is introducing genetically modified mosquitoes grown by British biotech firm Oxitec that are supposed to mate with Zika-carrying mosquitoes, causing their offspring to die early.

The Houston Chronicle reported that officials in Harris County, Texas, are considering introducing Oxitec genetically modified mosquitoes into the area and are currently negotiating with the British firm.

So far, there have ...

Genetically modified mosquitoes are being released in Florida Keys despite protests

May 17, 2021 -

In a week, some 12,000 genetically modified (GM) male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes will emerge out of each box, making the first batch of GM mosquitoes released in the United States.

Oxitec and the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD) announced last week that the GM mosquitoes will emerge each week for twelve weeks from six locations the Keys: two on Cudjoe Key, one on Ramrod Key and three on Vaca Key. Up to a billion GM mosquitoes are expected to be released ...

Microencapsulated compound from thyme essential oil kills larvae of dengue mosquitoes, study finds

August 18, 2020 -

In a major breakthrough, scientists from the University of Sao Paulo (USP) in Brazil used corn starch to create a delivery system for thyme essential oil. The group then manipulated these microcapsules to modulate the release of thymol, the active component of thyme essential oil, which has natural insecticidal properties .

The Brazilian team hope that the microencapsulated insecticide can help curb the spread of dengue at the earliest possible stage of its mosquito carrier's ...

Mosquitoes find human targets by following the CO2 they exhale: Study

May 13, 2020 -

Carbon dioxide alerts mosquitoes to potential hosts

Previous research has established that mosquitoes require both smell and sight to find hosts. But experts were unsure regarding to what extent mosquitoes relied on either sense.

To answer this question, a team of American researchers collected data from 250 female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes. This particular species is the main vector that transmits the virus that causes dengue. The researchers used female mosquitoes ...

Bill Gates-funded Colombian mosquito factory breeds 30 million bacteria-infected mosquitoes weekly

September 13, 2022 -

The self-proclaimed world health czar and Microsoft founder has already invested $185 million in the creation of the mosquito factory as part of his World Mosquito Program (WMP). The project's stated purpose is to eliminate native mosquito populations believed to be responsible for dengue, zika and other viral diseases in humans using bacteria-infected mosquitoes that cause sterility.

Gates, who has drawn flak from the Indian Parliament for his unethical cervical cancer ...

‘Halt this nightmare’: Alarm as Florida set to begin release of genetically engineered mosquitoes

May 04, 2021 -

(Article by Jake Johnson republished from "EPA has set the lowest possible bar for approving genetically engineered insects and has opened Pandora's Box for future experiments that will slide through with little investigation."

—Barry Wray, Florida Keys Environmental Coalition

Presented by local authorities as an effort to control the population of Aedes aegypti—a mosquito species that can carry both the dengue and yellow fever virus—critics ...

Humans are responsible for the increase in disease-carrying mosquitoes: Research shows they live in deforested areas

February 26, 2019 -

The researchers at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) gathered and studied data from previous studies that had focused on the number of pathogen-carrying mosquito species that have made their homes in forested lands and non-forested lands in 12 countries around the world.

Their findings reveal that there are approximately 52.9 percent more mosquitoes in deforested areas. Among those mosquitoes, 56.5 percent have viruses that ...

Pomelos found to be a great natural insecticide

November 02, 2018 -

Dengue hemorrhagic fever, better known as dengue fever, is one of the primary causes of illness and death in the tropics and subtropics, with over 400 million people infected annually. It's a disease spread by a vector, in this case, A. aegypti -- a mosquito common in the Western hemisphere. While cases of dengue are rare in the contiguous United States, it's endemic to many popular tourist destinations including Puerto Rico, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.

In the ...

Mosquitoes balance taste with risk: Study finds they can remember your smell, and if you tried to swat them

October 27, 2018 -

Still, keep swatting them, the latest study from researchers at Virginia Tech urge us – they'll learn to steer clear of us. That learning curve is also what allows mosquitoes to learn the scents of their hosts – an ability they attributed to dopamine. The paper, which was published in the journal Current Biology, showed this effect also applies to adverse events. When the smell is associated with an unpleasant sensation that they have previously felt – like that of an irritated person ...

Researchers look at 2 traditional South American plants to naturally treat dengue

August 21, 2018 -

The two diseases are caused by different arboviruses, which are viruses that are spread by carriers such as mosquitoes. The most common carrier of the dengue and chikungunya viruses is the yellow fever mosquito (Aedes aegypti), one of the most widespread mosquito species in the world.

Epidemics of dengue fever have appeared in more than 100 countries in four different continents. Chikungunya fever is less prevalent, but it also affects the same geographical regions ...

GMO mosquitos being released in Florida Keys despite concerns by scientists and residents

April 15, 2021 -

These mosquitoes have been genetically altered in a way that causes them to pass “self-limiting” genes to offspring. When the modified male mosquitoes breed with wild female mosquitoes, females of the new generation will not be able to survive into adulthood, which has the effect of reducing the overall population of mosquitoes.

The idea behind this project is combating mosquito-borne viruses such as dengue fever and Zika, which are largely transmitted by Aedes aegypti ...

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