October 24, 2014

Observations and Comments From Qualified Individuals

An email exchange discussing Hydatid disease in Cattle and Sheep.

Dr. Valerius Geist comments on the survivability and viability of E.G. eggs.

Hydatid Cyst Transmission and Growth -Clay Dethlefsen explains how rupture or leakage of existing hydatid cysts can create growth of new cysts within the body cavity.

Jim Beers: “Tailoring Wolf ‘Science’ to Justify Political Ends“. This report also includes a list of many of the kinds of diseases carried by wolves.

Will Graves writes on “Wolves: An Emergency Situation” about the problems with too many wolves in Sakha Republic or Russia.

In ongoing discussions about hydatid cysts and echinococcus granulosus, Dr. Valerius Geist asked some probing questions about being able to determine infections in cattle and horse if these animals and others don’t live long enough to grow the cysts. Click this link for a PDF copy of his email

In the above email from Dr. Geist, he suggests burning all or parts of gut piles from hunter harvested deer, elk, moose, etc.. On October 3, 2011, Jim Beers responds with questions and comments. Click this link for a PDF copy of his email response.

Dr. Clay Dethlefsen’s response to the following question: I am starting to pick up evidence of Wild Boar as hosts of E.g. Studies from Spain, Portugal, Volga Regions. What does this say to us in the context of Bears as hosts. Primary hosts or intermediate hosts?