* UNDER THE MICROSCOPE *
*Malassezia ~ New Discoveries and Photos Confirming Old (PT5) *
* Malassezia~ Now you See it – Now you Don’t! (PT 1) *
PART 5 /1
The Day after the Digital Microscope was re-installed in my laptop
i thought it would be a good idea to check my fingers and see
how things with Malassezia were going and whether i could see
the same things as back then when i had trouble accepting what it was
and if my observations and interpretations of its liquid state
were as constant and correct.
Below is the first Photo i took of one finger
– the rest three or four of them looked pretty similar.
( Dead after Acidophilus???… )
The First thing i noticed
was the Dull Green Colour as if tinged with a touch of Gray.
The Second thing i noticed was that the View was Static!
Nothing was moving, nor Shining or Playing ‘Peek -a- Boo’
with the Digital Microscope Lights hiding then re-appearing etc
as i had observe some time back no matter how long i kept
the DM on, withdrew it and tried again and again…
I had an hour’s Bath at 5.30’ am and it was now Noon.
I had already applied a couple of Acidophilus treatments
in some areas due to movement i felt and some for prevention
but had not directly treated my hands or fingers
so i could not explain what exactly was the situation.
This was now the Second time catching Malassezia
looking Green – but Not Fluorescent like below
as in the Entry
Could the Grayish tinge be a Confirmation
that Orange/Yellow or Green (fluorescent) turned Gray when dead?
Being Static seems to prove this idea
but i never like to jump to quick conclusions
preferring to put things under persistent scrutinising
repeated testing and observing within a length of time
before i can feel reasonably comfortable
accepting theories and possibilities as closer to facts.
And if dead … then what had killed it?
Was it because my hand was handling
and applying the Acidophilus Mix?..
1- Original photo – 2 and 3 in two different hues to illustrate clearly
the consistency of the dull Green look
To test the Theory of Acidophilus possibly being a slow Killer
but Killer nevertheless, instead of just a protector or healer
i decided to take a different action and check results.
So the next day…..
( Continues in next Entry)
(DM* Digital Microscope)
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