Why you should NOT be worried about microscopic worms Morgellons in your Face Mask 188
Some people are worried about moving worms on a face mask. But these are not worms. They are textile fibers from clothing. I will show you, how you can isolate thousands (!) of them and how to make them move under your microscope - if you have one. They seem to move like living things, but the reason why they move is because of a physical process. The dark fibers on the mask are dust fibers that collected over time. You will not find them on new masks.
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