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Postby in_the_uk » Tue Apr 18, 2006 5:37 pm

Linn wrote:

Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.
Be the living expression of God's kindness:
kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes,
kindness in your smile."

~Mother Teresa
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That is a lovely story Lynne.
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Postby in_the_uk » Tue Apr 18, 2006 5:44 pm

ukguy wrote:Alot going one here...:)

For now, if you go to the Blog, there's a button top right
that says 'FLAG'. If you disagree with the content - some of
it was ripped off from other sites, no doubt about that - then
Flag the site. You'll be presented with another page. Go back
and click Flag again to confirm. If you wish to report the author
for misrepresenting facts or misuse of copyrighted materials
then go here: http://www.blogger.com/problem.g
Join Blogspot and then you can email their suport team to
express concerns about the Blog.



If we all Flagged it and reported it that would directly target whoever is writing it.

Helen

I'm off there now.
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Postby RANDY » Tue Apr 18, 2006 5:56 pm

PODS..another sick wild goose chase. POD sensing now?
When will he give up and stop playing games and be straight forward. NEVER! That is when.

How is SF film industry doing????? And you know who I am talking to..don't ya? There is a riddle for ya.

Finally I am not the only one who thinks Tam and his video is a joke. TOLD YA SO! (Sorry had to do that.)

The Morgellons camp confirms and we NEVER agree on anything. EVER!

NO one of science takes that video for real. All you will do is make yourself look totally nuts if you start telling people to view it. It will confirm you DOP diagnoses..and that is their end goal. To make us look crazy.

We just had a site cancelled by Yahoo and nothing bad was ever said on it. This is the second tiem they cut us off. This is so big. Beware of these guys on here they will lead you astray with false info. Back up all facts and ask smart people to confirm or dismiss. (Paranoid..I think not. Realist is more like it..but how convienient to call us paranoid.)

Please Cilla and Tam,friends till the end..stop this game playing with sick people. When is enough , enough? Go after small children with a fork and steak sauce and be in your element. ( Not really..but you know what I am talking about.)

THERE IS NOT ONE MAN OF SCIENCE THAT AGREES WITH HIS VIDEO> FIND ME ONE CILLA> ONE> AND HAVE THEM SPEAK IN HIS DEFENSE> YOU CAN NOT>HAVE ONE OF THEM CALL ONE OF MY GUYS FOR A CONFERENCE CALL> IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN>

And I am a girl, not just a girl. You come off sounding like you wear a berka.


SALEM CILLA.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 18, 2006 6:22 pm

Maybe a change of pace, here would calm us down.

A little art, perhaps.

http://www.fritsvaneeden.com/untitled6new.html

or a little reading on Insects and the gypsy moth.

"Beneath our feet exists a fascinating world, almost unnoticed
except for an occasional gaudy butterfly or a particularly vicious mosquito"

and.....

"Agriculture, forestry, and gardening are under constant menace from insect enemies, mostly of a foreign origin. Imported pests find favorable surroundings, since they leave their natural foes on the other side. An amateur in entomology who made some breeding experiments on relatives of the silkworm, and carelessly allowed some specimens of this European undesirable to escape introduced the gypsy moth in Massachusetts. The wave of this obnoxious moth is now steadily advancing over several states, as it does not find a counterbalancing check in native parasites. Among the recent undesirable immigrants are the European cornborer, the army worm, the browntail moth, and the Japanese beetle. The white butterfly so frequently seen over our fields is the cabbage butterfly of Europe—just about as welcome a guest as the English sparrow. Almost a hundred thousand men in the United States are engaged exclusively in a systematic fight against detrimental insects. But this army, equipped with all the technical facilities of modern science, could never hope to win without the natural enemies of these invaders. Biologists discover insect forms preying on these destroyers of cultivated vegetation, transport them into this country, and spread them artificially as the most reliable weapon for combating these dangerous newcomers. "

from:
http://www.unseenrealms.com/essays.html

Many writings out there looking at real nature.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 18, 2006 6:24 pm

Gypsy moths, traveling bugs, moths, fuzzy little babies.

Ever seen one?

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Postby Cilla » Tue Apr 18, 2006 6:26 pm

Hi Randy,

I don't know if I will be able to get anyone to do a conference call. What the neurologist said, when I recounted what had been said on this site, was along the lines of: 'if the feathers are true, (and that is a big "if"), then Tam tam's is the only theory that could be true, or that would make any sense.' I seem to recall that he said this after saying that it would be impossible for feathers to grow out of a person's body or hair follicles. I think that he may have revised his opinion, going from 'impossible' to 'perhaps remotely possible', in the light of Tam tam saying that the medical world has not taken the fact that we are in the 21st century now, insofar as some scientific experiments, at the level of C3 or above are concerned.

I don't remember saying that he said anything about Tam tam's video, it was just about the theory of a stray target escaping. I can't remember if he said he has even viewed the video. I rarely mention technical things in conversation, preferring to deal in words and concepts.

I am a girl. What do you mean by wearing a burka or something? Anyway, I hope that you are okay, and I am very sorry to hear about your mother.
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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 18, 2006 6:34 pm

Cilla,

What say Tam Tam about the gypsy moth release from an entomologists lab. see writing above?

Or our neurologist friend? does he think this would have any significance?

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Postby Cilla » Tue Apr 18, 2006 6:59 pm

Hi Sky,

I am perfectly calm, and I am not sure that a change of pace is what is called for here.

Oh, I know that you have a good heart, and wish to avoid any unpleasantness, which is nice. However, you have absolutely no need to worry. I have no intention of arguing with the sick. I hope that I never ever stoop that low!

However, you all know the likely consequences of allowing the site to be used for the pouring out of uncontested, and unwarranted, personalised vitriol.

Well, you know the opinion of at least one senior consultant, viz. about him not coming on to any site to be treated like that.

How many others have walked away that we do not even know about?

Still, people do what they want to do, and that's that.

It is your life, your and yours condition, and, at the end of the day, your decision.

If Tam tam puts a reference on the site, surely the rational thing to do would be to examine it.

If he is drawing attention to a targeting pod, then we should analyse this.

There may well be lots of different types of pods, Lynne, but I have only ever heard of seed pods.

In fact, was it not Helen who said that this was the very article that, upon squeezing her knee, shot out, emitting not only a feather but strange fibres? I am sure that she constructed a hypothesis, and said that it would be possible, (supervising lecturer and PhD student willing), to have a prototype made in a university, demonstrating that the feather, or its stalk, would elongate and emit under pressure exerted on the seed pod.

I am interested in what you say about the gypsy moths, incidentally. Has anyone thought to research the effects of moths and butterflies upon the health and wellbeing of people? There is a condition known as lepidopterism. Those of you who live in sunny places, such as California, may be well acquainted with this, as will your healthcare professionals in the E.R.

This is not the kind of thing expected in Casualty departments in the UK, however, or in colder areas within the US.

Therefore, it matters very much if what Tam tam states is true.

Therefore, it also matters very much that healthcare professionals and scientists are not dissuaded from joining in the debate and helping you.

Your choice. Your life.
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Postby Cilla » Tue Apr 18, 2006 7:09 pm

Hi Sky,

Any physical manifestation of lepidopterism would have the greatest of significance, if a. untreated, or b. wrongly treated.

Tam tam mentioned something about a virus being used, I think during the cloning process. Much depends on what particular virus. He really must say, because the answer would change everything.

Yet, even if he does say, and even if I give you the right answer, (which absolutely depends on me knowing which virus may have been used), I cannot change the medical world unaided.

Oh, I can make friends, and get a lot of information out of doctors and scientists. However, if all the personal insults are going to start again, directed at me, I am both personally and professionally embarassed and unwilling to direct any of them to this site.

I am not prepared to be a scapegoat, or to be regarded as a soft touch. Just because it is beneath my code of ethics to argue with the sick does not mean that I am willing to allow all this to start up again.

I most certainly am not. Are you?
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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 18, 2006 8:50 pm

:oops:
8)
:P
:shock:

Trying to clean up my act.


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Postby Skytroll » Tue Apr 18, 2006 8:58 pm

Cilla,

We are not making you a scapegoat. I am not anyway. I highly appreciate what you do.

And I too am willing to go after the establishment as are many others.

A paradigm shift , so to speak.

Where are those professionals waiting in the wings?

Fear stands in the way. I know what you are saying, and many are out there who will join and change this paradigm.

So, please don't think I am making you a scapegoat. But, we have to bat down the critics.

I admire your intelligence and professionalism. My professional career got stumped because of this disease, so I have a bit of a chip on my shoulder. Someday that ole gypsy moth will eat it.

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Postby Linn » Tue Apr 18, 2006 9:03 pm

sure there are seed pods when you are talking about plants.

but when reading about pods in the context of this excerpt:

cillia wrote:
'LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Tech. ( name deleted)attaches a Low-Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night targeting pod to a 149th Fighter Wing F-16 Fighting Falcon here. The 149th FW will be the first unit in the Air Force to graduate pilots from the F-16 basic course with targeting-pod training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. (name deleted))'
that has to do with armement, :idea: :idea: :idea:


ummm :?
is this conversational for real?
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