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Postby befour » Thu May 25, 2006 10:30 am

Dear TamTam,

Hello, how are you? I have been trying to connect the dots re: your recent posts. I am particularly interested in your reference to Lackland AFB and the bioremediation of the soil in that area. I remember several news stories about a large group of families living near Lackland, saying that they were all ill and that there was a high incidence of cancer among their children.

I also discovered that Lackland AFB stored missle fuel on the base and that it is an extemely volatile, poisonous substance.

I also found that they had been cited several different times for contaminating the ground water with lead and uraniam.

Does the research group "Regenesis" sound familiar? I believe they were in charge of the bioremediation at Lackland.......and they also were into R&D of artificial skin/tissue.

Here are some excerpts that I'm sure will be of interest to everyone, especially about the ARTIFICIAL SCALES/FEATHERS!!.....from the following link.


ftp://techreports.larc.nasa.gov/pub/tec ... 211773.pdf


A4.3.4 Artificial scales/feathers
The possible requirement for a morphable surface which is capable of large area change
as well as repeated movement with no degradation, led to the idea of a flexible, growing,
aerodynamic surface. Bird feathers create a highly flexible aerodynamic surface, which
does not depend heavily on any single feather. Similarly fish scales cover a highly
flexible surface that is optimized for a fluid flow environment. The scales on reptiles
similarly allow great flexibility.

A4.3.3 Continuously growing sensors
The conflicting requirements of a growing skin layer and intimate surface sensing led to
the idea of sensors that grow with the skin. This problem is faced by most (all?)
biological systems. The solution is small sensor structures that penetrate the skin surface.
Skin hairs are, among other functions, highly sensitive sensors that grow and are replaced
while the skin around them also grows and is replaced.

3.2 Mammalian nervous system – normal function
This subsection contains a very brief, simplified and superficial overview of the normal
function of the mammalian nervous system, and the following subsection outlines its
response to injury. These are both enormous subjects of great potential relevance to
sensing, decision-making and repair systems in ageless structures. There are many
sources of further information about these topics, including the text by Sherwood (2001).


Best regards,

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Postby Skytroll » Thu May 25, 2006 4:51 pm

Befour,

Good find. I have been looking at Lackland also.

Is this still being used?

It seems to be what we are looking for. It seems to fit.

Thanks to Tam Tam and I do so hope he responds.

Will reread the link you posted. Thank you so much for that, Befour.

Will also look into Regenesis. I thought this had to do with Bioremediation. I read somewhere that the UN had ordered that bioremediation needed to be done to clean up urainium that was present in many areas. It seems that many organisms where constructed to deal with biodegradation, bioremediation and mainly cleaning up the environment, but, the product seems just as dangerous.

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Postby Cilla » Thu May 25, 2006 4:54 pm

Hi all.

Help! I accidentally posted a reply onto a new topic! Could one of the moderators insert it into the fiber disease thread? I wondered why I was asked for a title - I am so stupid with technical things.

Anyway, I have been devising an in post, (not as a new thread, or overall heading) 'sub-title' for use within our posts. I was thinking of something along the lines of 'Agenda-Strategy for Achieving Cure'.

We do need an agenda, and a strategy, if we are going to be organised in getting to the bottom of all this.

Writing to the specified authorities is the first step in a long thought out strategy, but further steps can only take place once the first one yields certain results, as they are all sequential, and often potentially have multiple differing options.

Therefore, whether option a, b, or c is better for, e.g. step 2 or three, will largely depend on the response from the authorities to the request to investigate what the scientist has said about the alleged link between the release of the dangerous pathogen and the novel clinical condition that is causing such pain and extreme discomfort.
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Postby Skytroll » Thu May 25, 2006 5:27 pm

Sounds good Cilla, we definitely need a plan. Thank you.

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Postby standby » Thu May 25, 2006 6:40 pm

befour wrote:Dear TamTam,

Hello, how are you? I have been trying to connect the dots re: your recent posts. I am particularly interested in your reference to Lackland AFB and the bioremediation of the soil in that area. I remember several news stories about a large group of families living near Lackland, saying that they were all ill and that there was a high incidence of cancer among their children.

I also discovered that Lackland AFB stored missle fuel on the base and that it is an extemely volatile, poisonous substance.

I also found that they had been cited several different times for contaminating the ground water with lead and uraniam.

befour


Interesting. Do you know a time frame for these events coinciding with the Cancer rates? My nephew is Autistic and his parents may have been stationed there when he was concieved and in the early years after that when the Autisim became evident.

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Postby RANDY » Thu May 25, 2006 6:40 pm

Jeessh! What is it that we have..in simple terms and who gave it to us and how did they give it to us. I may have missed something. In simple terms people..please explain your detailed plan of attack. What is it we have and how does it effect the body and who exactly is responsible?

Really..I need to know if you know. Honest.

Randy

Honest...I need to know..do you know? Really...do you? Or is all the above a huge joke to counter what I said. I am starting to think I am the only one on this site with this disease. No one else has medical records to share..no one else has any real true facts they can prove. No one else is making any sense.

This is getting silly.

I sent this out today.

05/24/06

Senator Allen:

I just wanted to make you aware of a problem with your State and Charlottesville/Albemarle Health departments.

I have been warning them of a new yet undiagnosed disease of the skin some call Morgellons, for over three years.

I have been laughed at, called crazy, been told to take anti psychotic medications, which I refused (I have all my medical records and correspondence documented) and ignored.

My e-mails have been blocked by such prominent dermatologists as Greer at UVA who teaches dermatology.

Doctors Askew and Burkholder at Martha Jefferson have told me they would not treat me unless I went to a Psychiatrist.

Now the CDC is investigating this disease for it is real.

Billy Koch of the Oakland A's has this along with his wife and three children.

It is contagious. I have tried to tell these doctors and they have refused to listen.

I have this disease and have had it for over 5 years.

I am now making you aware of it.

The site is called: http://morgellons.org and my site is http://unknownskindisease.com

The above doctors have known of this disease and of this site for over 2 years and have done nothing to investigate it.

I told John Marr at the State level about this a long time ago and he decided to call me crazy and ignore that it existed. He refused to see me to discuss it.

I went to the local health department and they would do nothing about it. No doctor would take my findings to the local or state level.

I begged Greer to investigate it and he sent me to infectious disease at UVA where they tried to force me onto antipsychotics.

I begged Askew and Burkholder to investigate it and take the info to the State Health Department and they would not help me unless I saw a psychiatrist. (I have all of those faxes back and forth.) They accused me of self mutilation.

This is your VIRGINIA and your UVA.

You have now been told.

Sincerely,

Randy B Yaskal
Charlottesville, VA
434-974-7128

Other Senators (Feinstein)are doing something about making their constituents aware of this disease and bringing her state numbers to the CDC.

Please call me if you need documentation to back my statements.

CC: Burkholder, Greer, Marr






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Postby Cilla » Thu May 25, 2006 8:07 pm

Hi all,

By all means write to all of your senators and MP's as well, but I would advise only saying what I have already advised saying in the preliminary letter to the responsible authorities at the NIH and the HSE.

You have to be polite, logical and make a formal request for an official investigation, based on the link between your apparent condition and what a scientist has repeatedly claimed on this site.

Just that, really, and no more. This is just a preliminary letter, and the first stage in the plan, with the overall agenda being achieving treatment and ultimately cure.

If you send out different letters, that is of course your right, but this plan and overall strategy has been devised by experts in the field who would like to help you.

You have nothing to lose by giving my strategy a chance. The NIH will have to respond, and would probably be very glad to do so.

Give this strategy a fair chance, and, within a few weeks or so, we can evaluate its progress and move on to the next step.

What on earth do you have to lose? Sending out hysterical letters will not be likely to achieve anything.

The authorities and senators do not yet know that you have anything, as we are in the time of pre-awareness.

Things will change once the source code is obtained, but you will only convince them to investigate if you are rational and polite, and do not make wild allegations in any shape, being manner or form.

It is of course up to you.
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Postby RANDY » Thu May 25, 2006 11:00 pm

Cilla:

What has he said that makes sense..I begof you darling...what has been proven and if they ask us who he is what do we say???????????

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Postby John Kern » Fri May 26, 2006 12:40 am

Sabrina, you computer is not being specifically targeted. In fact it would be surprising if your computer was NOT attacked from time to time. Basically there are vast hords of zombie computers that sweep every possible IP address on the internet, ping it to see if there is a computer there and then attack it.

Now, that in itself sounds like paranoid rambling ("vast hords of zombie computers", WTH!), but it's unfortunately true. I didn't add that they were controlled by the Russian mafia, since I wanted you to keep reading.

http://www.techworld.com/networking/features/index.cfm?featureid=2238&pagtype=samecatsamechan

It's no surprise then to hear that an unprotected PC on the public Internet is likely to pick up its first virus or Trojan infection within seconds. "We deployed a new honeytrap PC in Europe a few months ago," says Judge. "It had 300 distinct variants of malware installed on it overnight - without it even doing anything on the Internet."


Make sure you've got protection, keep it up to date, and you'll be fine.

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Postby London » Fri May 26, 2006 5:40 am

29 GEL-BASED PROTEOMIC SCREENING OF NANOTUBE
TOXICITY IN HUMAN KERATINOCYTES
F. Witzmann1 and N. Monteiro-Riviere2. 1Cellular & Integrative Physiology,
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN and 2Center for Chemical
Toxicology Research and Pharmacokinetics, College of Veterinary Medicine, North
Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Recent studies in skin, lung and digestive organs reveal that carbon nanoparticles
are taken up by cells and consequently absorbed into the blood, creating the potential
for nanotoxicologic effects nearly anywhere in body. Currently, little is known
regarding the interaction between manufactured carbon nanoparticles and biological
tissues, either at the point of exposure or in downstream targets. Nevertheless,
like other toxicities, the cellular effects of nanoparticle exposure can be expected to
involve differential protein expression, including both quantitative and qualitative
alterations. To generate a preliminary protein profile of nanoparticle dermal toxicity,
we analyzed human epidermal keratinocytes (HEK) exposed to multiwall carbon
nantotubes (MWCNT) in cell culture for 24 and 48 hours using large-format,
highly parallel two-dimensional electrophoresis and mass spectrometry. We used an
exposure protocol that has demonstrated that MWCNT, neither derivatized nor
optimized for biological application, are capable of both localizing within and initiating
an irritation response in HEK, a target epithelial cell that composes a primary
route of occupational exposure for manufactured nanotubes. This presentation will
address the utility of the 2-D gel-based proteomic approach in studying nanoparticle
effects in vitro, documenting quantitative changes in individual protein expression,
identifying the protein targets of toxicity, and suggesting technical strategies
for improved expression analysis. Supported by AFOSR Grants F49620-002-1-
0089 and FA9550-05-1-0216 to FAW.
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Postby Skytroll » Fri May 26, 2006 5:49 am

Ahhh London, those buckyballs, I knew were going to come around and bite us.

EPA is supposed to be doing a study on those.

Too bad, that Smally couldn't be asked.

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Postby London » Fri May 26, 2006 12:47 pm

Exploitation of genetically modified inoculants for industrial ecology applications


(1) BIOMERIT Research Centre, Microbiology Department, University College, Cork, Ireland
(2) UMR CNRS d'Ecologie Microbienne, Université, 69622 Villeurbanne (cedex), France


Abstract The major growth seen in the biotechnology industry in recent decades has largely been driven by the exploitation of genetic engineering techniques. The initial benefits have been predominantly in the biomedical area, with products such as vaccines and hormones that have received broad public approval. In the environmental biotechnology and industrial ecology sectors, biotechnology has the potential to make significant advances through the use of genetically modified (GM) microbial inoculants that can reduce agri-chemical usage or remediate polluted environments. Although many GM inoculants have been developed and tested under laboratory conditions, commercial exploitation has lagged behind. Here, we review scientific and regulatory requirements that must be satisfied as part of that exploitation process. Particular attention is paid to new European Union (EU) regulations (Directives) that govern the testing and release of genetically modified organisms and microbial plant protection inoculants in the EU. With regard to the release of GM inoculants, the impact of the inoculant and the fate of modified genes are important concerns. Long term monitoring of release sites is necessary to address these issues. Data are reported from the monitoring of a site 6 years after release of GM Sinorhizobium meliloti strains. It was found that despite the absence of a host plant, the GM strains persisted in the soil for at least 6 years. Horizontal transfer and microevolution of a GM plasmid between S. meliloti strains was also observed. These data illustrate the importance of assessing the long-term persistence of GM inoculants

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