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Postby John Kern » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:13 pm

London wrote:stay at a motel for cash? what do you mean? By the way, they know where I live now.


I mean go to a motel that has an internet terminal, and pay with cash rather than credit. Just an example of how you can be anonymous on the internet. Not the simplest.

Still, if the government has already been cutting your brake lines as a warning, maybe you should just let it be.
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Postby London » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:16 pm

and.....I hinted around about a month ago at Lbusters that I knew.....and guess what happened next? A moderator said to me......(in a playful tone, I might add) " If you know what this is and were to take a bribe to keep shut-up about it, I don't think you'd be around too much longer!"

This is what scared me, then the plethora of PM's started with additional scare tactics. So I backed off.
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Postby London » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:19 pm

Mr. Kern, that is just what I am doing.....letting it be....

but still, why can't we use Southcity, Cliff or Greema to get the information out. That is the perfect vehicle. So, this is up to them.

I will freely offer them my information and take my chances at my safety
that route.
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Postby London » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:21 pm

Hey, how did you know it was my brake lines that were cut?
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Postby London » Sat Jul 15, 2006 11:44 pm

ABSTRACT

The ____genus _________ contains a taxonomically poorly resolved group of both sexual _______ species and asexual () clones. Maximum-parsimony and maximum-likelihood analyses of mitochondrial DNA sequence data from specimens collected across Western Europe showed that asexuality, which does not appear to be caused by the bacterium _______, is concentrated in two geographically widespread lineages, the older of which diverged from the closest extant sexual taxa approximately 0.5 million years ago. However, the DNA sequences of a nuclear intron (elongation factor—1α) showed no congruence with this pattern, and a much higher frequency of heterozygotes with very high allelic diversity was observed among the asexual females compared to that among females from the sexual species. This pattern is consistent with maternally inherited asexuality coupled with a history of rare sex with members of several closely related sexual populations or species. Our observations reinforce recent arguments that rare sex may be more important for the persistence of otherwise asexual lineages than hitherto appreciated

and:

DNA ligase is an essential reagent in studies on nucleic acid structure and metabolism; DNA ligase, in combination with polynucleotide kinase, can be used to identify 3'- and 5'-end groups at single-strand interruptions by nearest neighbor analysis; DNA ligase can be used to determine the ability of other enzymes to act at nicks and gaps in duplex DNA molecules; DNA ligase can be used to study the primary and secondary structure of DNA molecules Escherichia coli
synthesis DNA ligase is an indispensible reagent in the chemical synthesis of double-stranded DNA of specific nucleotide sequence; an important use of DNA ligase is the preparation of recombinant DNA molecules for use in the cloning of DNA
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This message is to Randy: I have never said, not one time before now that I knew what this was! So, I do not know why you said what you did a couple of pages back.....Now, I did at one time have a long post going titled "My Answer" back in November and what I posted there was right!
For you see, it was on the Cladoceras- or the water flea and this is part of this certain science organizations study.....as well as the fibers and the worms. No offense Randy, but it seems to me you would have been asking me what I had found instead of what you said, that is.....unless you are part of them.

Now, to take it a step farther, why don't you help me?
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Postby London » Sun Jul 16, 2006 12:30 am

and Mr. Kern, I do not think you are still here, but that post I made today
(back two pages) on the termite.....

well,here is some news on that.....

Thermo Trilogy Corporation has received a federal registration for PFR-97 20WDG (Paecilomyces fumosoroseus Apopka Strain 97) for use on ornamentals, non-food crops in greenhouses, and interiorscapes to manage whiteflies, aphids, thrips, and spider mites
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This is not what I'm saying it is.....but it's very close......they have released this as an agricultural means......and.....these three states

were involved: texas, cali and florida
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Postby John Kern » Sun Jul 16, 2006 1:43 am

Yeah, but how does this relate to your skin? Did you find this stuff in your skin?

Brake lines - what other lines are there?
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Postby browncircles » Sun Jul 16, 2006 1:46 am

tam tam - When I had this in 1979 I was living in central Missouri but had just returned from Galveston, Texas, where I lived for two years. It was on my face only at that time. No household or textile involvement. I visited Galveston in 2003 and have now had this for over a year. So was this something they made in the 70s or is it a natural wood bacteria/fungus/insect thing?
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Postby RANDY » Sun Jul 16, 2006 2:21 am

Could browncircles let the forum know where he is located at that particular time?

It will be an important contribution to know about Your location.

Sincerely,

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COULD YOU? Funny one..honest.
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Postby RANDY » Sun Jul 16, 2006 2:24 am

Hartuck,

If we are to compare healing you must show us twin pictures. One is of your head and the other is of your neck. Apples and oranges. I have no way to tell if you are healed at all or not.

Gold Bond Powder mixed as a paste will heal you when a new guy comes up better than taking meds and so will Panafil and accuzyme..I am not a doctor nor can I give medical advice but I have tried both and both will keep this at bay.


It is not rocket science. Enzymes and things that dry things up. Nothing cures it.

IF someone knows what it is then he also knows of a cure.

I do feel sorry for all of you that have to follow this imposter, plagerist.

But you are suffering and I do understand ..... I have been there. But false prophets hide in the shadows.

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Postby London » Sun Jul 16, 2006 2:36 am

Mr. Kern said to London:

Brake lines - what other lines are there?
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London says: Mr. Kern, I never said any lines, I said wires.


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So, this is an urgent plea to Southcity, Greema and Cliff:

Can I please have a meeting with you guys? I will fly out to your location- or location of your choice and I will tell you what I have found. I will give you documents to back up what I say. There is no way in heck someone that is truly suffering and wants this suffering to end
would turn this opportunity down. Now way!

so, what do you three have to say? A lot of us eagerly await your answers!
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Postby London » Sun Jul 16, 2006 2:41 am

Randy,

What do you think? Don't you think that it's a good idea? I respect your opinion and would love to hear what you think.
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