Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
Breaking Morgellons down:
Aids, mycoplasma makes sense on one hand and microtesla on other.
Aids as released in Sacramento, CA. Mycoplasma.
Good site here as referenced from LB site, by some intuitive people:
In England, UK, Helen? You said came from wooded crate?
Fusarium oxysporum grows in wood. Most likely was sprayed in CA. around 70's. Aids connected to it? don't know.
If break down symptoms of Morgellons:
Ringing in ears: microtesla
shocks from car: microtesla
Black fiber: biosensor or gene altering polymer nanostar, nano rice, nano carbon buckyball, the original, fibers are like wires, sensors, receptors, etc.
Aids: see above, then fusarium oxysporum.
All to rid us of our sins.
From bio to nano to molecules, to atoms.
To the very genetic manipulation of protons and introns.
http://www.biologynews.net/archives/200 ... rials.html
More on nanodaddy:
From bio to DNA to protein, to intron, to root.
From electrode to proton to ion.
From grid(chemtrails) to towers, to 1000 pts of light, to electrical fields, magnetic fields, to ionic pathways to buckyball, to carbon nanotubes, to
your veins, to your fibers to you sinews.
Never recognizing that bacteria started it all.
What is dust? What are particles? What are we?
A mere object of particle formation. a magnet, an electrical field, particles all put together, bio/chem/phys/and now to tap the brain and organize it like a computer.
Now, this might be a good thing. How is done?
How can one take a picture at such a nano level?
http://www.psiainc.com/?src=adwords&kw= ... IgodM3AYkA
Click on pictures and enlarge, you can see the BLACK nanotube.
Catalyst as inorganic, is this where the crossover began? from organic(DNA, protein, intron etc....)
and polymer or carbon? nanotubes? Then it was put in the new lines created by Teller, began in CA> studies............
.......said why not clean up the environment, or was it to clean up the released aids virus?
Or is it the future, we are mere atoms. particles.
Wow, explains the black fiber to me, said is inert, if one looks at it biologically, but, if one looks at it as particle driven, gold particles. Ahhhhhhhh, the gold.
In such abundance, isn't it?
Images are great:
Gold particles in nanotubes?
Who holds the gold?
http://www.psiainc.com/en/Resources/Ima ... bigger.png
It pays to read a lot.
Follow the gold, folks.
http://www.psiainc.com/_new/c_photoboar ... sp?div=a10
We can even take photos of it.
My excitement is rising.
........and they brought him frankinsense, myrrh and gold.
The jewel of the Nile? Raiders of the Lost Arc?
The Mummy? The search for the Holy Grail?
And the Pilgrims keep on marching.
The progress slow but deterimined.
I do not know how I got into this other realm, but, I am going for it.
Pays to read a lot, and more and more.
Dang skytoll! I still have more of your hyperlinks to read, but just wanted to tell you good job!
and, I do believe my alma matter The University of Texas is behind the
little fibers being made!!! Oh yes I do.
but I'm not going to say anything about anything. I just want to be cured.
skytroll, just be careful. They got to my cars. Now, if the idiots get to them again, that will be the final straw., I will spill my guts....on every friggin thing I know. No, that is not a threat, just a promise, so
my cars better not be touched! Ever.
Anyway Skytroll, You keep flying those friendly skies, you hear, you're doing a great job for us.....
and did I not say back in sept. this was about computer technology?
Here this is something write off one of Sky's links:
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) is emerging as an essential tool for Pole-Tip-Recession (PTR) analysis within the Hard Disk Drive industry. PSIA, the original pioneer of AFM technology, has changed the concept of AFM by introducing XE-PTR, the laboratorial/industrial XE-system designed and tailored specifically for precise and accurate PTR analysis.
And Dear Arrow, I know that I will have to change my diet to get to this health plateau right? You know what I had last night to eat? I'm embarassed to say, but here goes: Barbecue Ruffles with ridges and a Reeses cup with 2 glasses of Merlot. Bad hyh?
Hey, they think we are stupid too? They need to rethink!
On Greg's site, Morgellons usa, he has a plethora of pictures of what "they " are calling mere "FUZZBALLS!"
YOU guys wanna know what Fuzzballs means to them? It's about the computers.....here you go:
Here you go……
It’s called FUZZBALLS- the internet router:
grantee David L. Mills of the
University of Delaware. Mills developed
the Fuzzball software for use on
NSFNET, where its success led to
ever broader use throughout the
Internet. The Fuzzball is actually a
package comprising a fast, compact
operating system, support for the
DARPA/NSF Internet architecture,
and an array of application programs
for network protocol development,
testing, and evaluation.
Why the funny name? Mills began
his work using a primitive version of
the software that was already known
as the “fuzzball.” Nobody knows who
first called it that, or why. But everyone
appreciates what it does.
Fuzzball: The Innovative Router
Dear Southcity, the other night you mentioned that you heard this was going to turn into Lupus or ALS, could you please share with us some more information on that? Where you heard it maybe- or just anything you can. I'd for one, would really appreciate it!
what do you mean Sky? I know I have said wireless phones and all the lil fake usernames from both the board sites said Nah, that's stupid London, but I know what I read- I just don't understand it. so, what do you mean Sky? Here is something else interesting:
Dear EarthTalk : Is it true that some foods we buy contain genetically engineered ingredients known to cause health problems? -- George Kaye, New York, NY
First made available in the U.S. during the mid-1990s, genetically modified (GM) foods have become staples of American agriculture, though most consumers are unaware of this. According to the non-profit Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology, the majority of corn, soy and cotton grown by American farmers today are from seeds genetically engineered to repel pests without the need for spraying pesticides or herbicides. GM versions of canola, squash and papaya are also coming on strong in the U.S.
As is the case with so many scientific controversies, the jury is still out regarding the potential health effects of GM food products. But while conclusive results have been hard to come by, some of the few studies conducted on animals fed diets consisting of GM foods have generated some disturbing results.
In one study, potatoes engineered to contain an insect-repelling gene to improve agricultural yield caused intestinal damage in the test subjects--some lab mice. While the mice did not die from eating the altered food, lesions that formed in their digestive tracts gave researchers pause enough to recommend more thorough testing of the “transgenic potatoes” before marketing them to humans.
In another study, mice were fed so-called “Flavr Savr” Tomatoes--tomatoes developed in the early 90s by Calgene that were “optimized for flavor retention.” Similar lesions arose in the intestines of the mice, causing reviewers from the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to conclude that “the data fall short of ‘a demonstration of safety',” adding, “unresolved questions still remain.” Yet later, yielding to the pressure of industry lobbyists, the FDA not only approved the Flavr Savr for mass human consumption, but also claimed that all safety issues had been satisfactorily resolved.
According to Belinda Martineau, a Calgene researcher who later published the tell-all book, First Fruit: The Creation of the Flavr Savr Tomato and the Birth of Biotech Foods , when the Flavr Savr hit store shelves consumers were not particularly impressed with its taste. Also, farmers were coping with disease problems and low yields, the very problems the technology sought to address in the first place. Eventually the FlavrSavr--or “Franken tomato,” as some cynics dubbed it--was abandoned altogether.
Its legacy lives on, however. Many environmental advocates feel that the FDA's nod on the Flavr Savr set the bar particularly low for approval of other GM foods that may or may not cause health problems. Further, it remains to be seen what effects these hybridized species might have on the environment at large, reason enough to delay the mass release of GM foods into the market until more is known.
Meanwhile, European countries have remained steadfast against allowing GM crops to be grown on their own farms for fear of widespread environmental contamination. And whether or not to allow GM food imports into Europe is a matter of great debate right now within the European Union.
CONTACTS: Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology, http://www.pewagbiotech.org; First Fruit, http://www.books.mcgraw-hill.com/getboo ... 0071360565
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 2 guests