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Postby Skytroll » Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:22 am

Dang it! I knew it.

Covering up for the bugs again.

What was I thinking?

The bug has to live in us. The phorid fly must have found a way to move right it, parasites on the parasites inside the FLY.


And that larvae migrans that seems to be walking around on my skin and under my skin sure as heck wouldn't cause any type of movement over sensitive nerves in the skin.

Or that darn clicking in my ears couldn't be from antenna on the fly now could it?

I think the bugs can move into pores.

Anyone who studies flies should know that there are many the size of our pores.

Some like just the surface area, some go in deeper and love living in mucous areas.

One with nature, is that the goal?

Bugs "r" Us.

Good night all you lovely pore pests.

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Postby London » Sat Jul 01, 2006 11:45 am

Sky,

I'm so glad you saw my post so soon, Good for you. Again, I do not
know the details of the insects, I just know we have them.

Is it not sad how "they say" that we are expecting important visitors to our sight so please, watch what you post.....blah, blah, BS! Ain't nobody

going to "the sight" but maybe some legal experts that they don't want
to catch them.......loopholes are everywhere........

I mean, how could so many people be so dumb and fall for their BS? I will tell you how......

remember my guesstimate of 85% being infiltraitors? Well, that's how....
they just all seem to come out of the woodwork at the right time and

presto......the average sick-as hell Joe Blow falls for their antics.

I mean, look at everything......how they sign off even......here's one
I just love...........

Blue Skies.......OMG> seems so sweet and innocent, yeah right? SKytroll,
you wanna know who that little piece of innocence is? Okay, I will tell you: Here's one:

L.J.F. (Jo) Hermans recently retired as professor of Physics at
Leiden University,The Netherlands.Main research topics: Internalstate-
dependence of intermolecular and molecule-surface
interactions, and nuclear spin conversion in polyatomic molecules.
In the 1990s he served as a member of the EPS council.

But I do not think that man would waste his time posting, you know what i mean......Here's the more likely Blue skies poster:

http://www.theblueskygroup.com/News40.htm

You hear about that new radiation detector (they say it detects microbes) etc.; by the DOE that hit the news yesterday (FRI)....well that's what his company does.....um hum....and guess what Univerdity was involved?

You got it; my FAVORITE. Okay, Skytroll, that's the last one I'm going to bust.....I have a pretty extensive list like I said....and every damn one of them will be responsible if a damn thing happens to me.....I have the police work already laid out for them.....Won't be any trails to search; for they will already be paved......
..it's up to you to do your homework......and they are there.....just do your homework And if i were you; I'd remove my signature from that list as fast as I possibly could......it's just simply to get an updsate on everyones address.....that's what the whole thing is about.

NOW TELL ME I DON'T KNOW MY STUFF.

As I said, brilliant brains making dumb moves.....gives it away everytime...

( I hope you see this, for I'm afraid it to will be removed)
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Postby London » Sat Jul 01, 2006 1:15 pm

I'm going to have my HIV test Monday a.m.. I was supposed to have gone yesterday but due to inherent brain fog that I recieved from this man-made plague, I forgot to go get the test.

I sure hope this disease does not turn into aids> read this:

BACTERIAL INFECTIONS.-- Staphylococcal skin infections are common in association
with HIV infection. Skin involvement can manifest as impetigo, ecthyma, and folliculitis. With
folliculitis, extensive neutrophilic infiltrates along with identifiable bacteria on gram stain are often
seen histologically. Acne vulgaris may reactivate in the setting of HIV infection. Cellulitis may
also occur and be severe enough to require hospitalization. Risk factors include indwelling
catheters, injection drug use, and Kaposi’s sarcoma. Most of these infections respond to therapy,
but recurrence is common due to the presence of nasopharyngeal colonization by Staphylococcus
aureus in up to half of patients.[803,808,809]


Now I have had everyone of the above except for impetigo. Hmmm......
Where oh where can I get heroine? I'm telling ya.....that will be how i go if I have aids.
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Postby hartuk » Sat Jul 01, 2006 2:00 pm

hello Sky,

A week or two back you posted a link to an interview with a Russian biologist working on bio weopons in the former USSR, who "defected" to work in the US.
In the interview, which was pretty bleak, he said that while they were researching and developing the "bio-weopons" there was often a point when it was obvious that benefits to humanity could accrue from this research, but they never followed this route.
In fact, they always took the path that led to disease and suffering.
This seems to be the potential of the Bacteriophage.
Thinking about this further, humans developed nuclear fission and the nuclear warhead, which, if used in conflict, would surely destroy the planet.
Now I'm wondering "if God created heaven and earth ", does humanity have a massive collective arrogance and ego problem, as we seem intent on the obliteration of this beautiful planet and it's incredible inhabitants.


Thanks Sky, Thanks London.
How stupid of me to think that Bacteriophage research would be undertaken to benefit humanity.

With Respect,
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Postby London » Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:06 pm

your welcome,

Hey Hartuk- Don't you have a friend named Hanna? Just curious-
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Postby hartuk » Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:51 pm

Hi London,

No friends called Hanna....

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Postby tamtam » Sat Jul 01, 2006 6:17 pm

Try precursor chemical(s) in relation to microcystis,
blue green algea, trypanosoma etc.

Toxicology

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Postby London » Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:06 am

In the meantime, scientists are anticipating an injection of research funds from the Seattle-based Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which last year identified genetic control of vectorborne diseases as one of 14 "grand challenges in global health." In June, the foundation received numerous grant requests—including one for building Cordón-Rosales' adobe-hut laboratory for studying Chagas' disease.


See, I told ya that I doubted Melinda wanted to give any money towards studying this......
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Postby London » Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:14 am

Well, thank god, I think somebody else finally knows what this is too...

Hey Sky> don't forget the beetle; not just flies.....also, collembola....but the biggy to me....fleas.

and to all(NO, I was not referring to Sky with my first sentence)......I'm just glad some people are finding out besides me...and I don';t have one inch of guilt- for I told NO ONE>>>>>and I found it own my own too...

didn't have any microarrays to test for horizontal gene transfer-you suckers.....
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Postby London » Sun Jul 02, 2006 12:24 am

Here you go TamTam., I got your cyanobacteria here for ya, it's kind of how shall i say...in a different language????

Cyanobacterial attack of rocks: Control and preventive strategies to avoid damage caused by cyanobacteria and associated microorganisms in Roman hypogean monuments - Control and preventive strategies focus on the conservation and restoration of the Roman hypogea that is part of the Cultural Heritage of Europe. Elimination and eradication of the metabolic activity of cyanobacterial biofilms, that leads to the biotransformation and biodecay of substrata and to severe damage essentially of calcareous substrata, helps to preserve important sites of archaeological and touristic significance as well as to improve the quality of life and the sustainable management of the artistic patrimony of Europe and more particularly the Mediterranean
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AND YES, I'M SHOUTING.....I POSTED SOMETHING ON ANOTHER WEBSITE ABOUT THREE WEEKS AGO.....WHERE I SAID IN MY COMMENTS

THAT I DON'T HAVE RABBITS, DOGS, CATS, OR PLANTS, SO THEY CAN'T USE THAT AS AN EXCUSE FOR MY ILLNESS BEING TRANSFERED.

THEN, GET THIS....A MODERATOR.....HAD THE AUDACITY TO SAY THAT WAS THE FUNNIEST THING SHE'D EVER HEARD OF....GETTING DISEASES FROM ANIMALS........

Now why would she say that? Because it's true maybe?

Well for the record all of you......I have not, I repaeat, have not been around any animals......and are you ready for this.........

CERTAINLY NO CATS....................DONT FORGET THAT!!!!
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Postby RANDY » Sun Jul 02, 2006 1:35 am

Most of these Bacteriophage thingies can be tested for?

I sya if you can test for it...get it tested so we can go to the next thing.

Also: I would write them and send them the CNN thing attached. They will crumble.
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Postby London » Sun Jul 02, 2006 1:42 am

okay, thanks for allowing me to post what I did. That will be all from me, so don't you worry about that.

why did I even go that far? Well, you know, I just got rather PO'd when
I learned from my mechanic that my auto was going to cost me

$3.553.00 to be fixed......you know the one where

they clipped all the wires........I doubt that will be happening again.

I dare them! Now leave me the F. alone; and I will do the same for you all. Got it?

and thank you for easing up on the scare tactics (PM's and emails) it is appreciated.

good bye.
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