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Postby Barz » Sun Jul 30, 2006 10:09 pm

On that note, should I be buying or selling?
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Postby Skytroll » Mon Jul 31, 2006 3:07 am

Southcity,

That would be good indicators.

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Postby hartuk » Mon Jul 31, 2006 12:08 pm

Hello All,

Similar to my own problem scalp:

Trichophyton concentricum
Tinea Capitis

The Tricophyton Concentricum images from :

http://www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au/gallery/photos/

One Part of this problem for me is a Dermatophte infection.

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Postby Cilla » Mon Jul 31, 2006 1:54 pm

Hi South,

Thank you for your kind words about my view that you have to be specific about legal rights that have arguably been infringed in a given situation.

The law in the U.S. is very complicated, and can vary from State to State, so I think that you would need a specialist lawyer, (possibly from a firm that has a past record of helping people whose health has arguably been jeopardised by, e.g. medical experimentation). I am unsure if the best thing is to wait for a firm to make contact with you.

In the U.K., you may be aware that something went badly awry in the first human stage of a clinical drugs trial. The lawyer for the subjects involved was on television, and stated that he had arranged independent clinical tests to be carried out, which indicate that the right to a healthy future has been taken from his clients.

This would be helpful, i.e. getting a firm who can obtain and organise the necessary clinical findings. I realise that this condition would not seem to show up on normal clinical laboratory testing. Therefore, we need to know how to obtain tests that will show it up, be this by pcr of the dna of some of its alleged components, or by specific antibody testing, or by obtaining a specimen in culture that will be observable under, e.g. electron microscopy.

How do the doctors who treat victims of accidental innoculation with one of these specialised cultures, (I believe Tam said there were more than 100 on the speciialised market for supply to those labs with the necessary permit), assess and treat whatever is wrong with the hapless lab employee? This is, in itself, extremely important. The firm engaged should be able to find this out, and, if applicable, arrange for suitable screening techniques.
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Postby tamtam » Mon Jul 31, 2006 7:18 pm

Today's article in LATIME:

Sentinels Under Attack

Toxic algae that poison the brain have caused strandings and mass die-offs of marine mammals — barometers of the sea's health.
By Kenneth R. Weiss, Times Staff Writer
July 31, 2006

"As they watch the oceans disgorge more dead and dying creatures, scientists have come to a disquieting realization: The proliferation of algae, bacteria and other microbes is making the oceans less hospitable to advanced forms of life — those animals most like humans"

Article relates to infection with algae c.q cyanobacterial like
micro organism. Relate e.g to: microcystis/ protothecosis
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Very intrigued...

Postby Smith6129 » Tue Aug 01, 2006 1:54 am

I'm extremely intrigued and frankly pissed off about doctors and their interpretation of Morgellon's. Not having the disease myself, it's difficult to imagine feeling like things are crawling all over me and nobody's doing anything about it. But, being a victim of doctors' repetitive "it's all psychological; it's all in your head" for months on end, I do know how it feels to indirectly be called a liar and a nut job. Fortunately for my case, all it took was a chiropractor (the MD's worst enemy) with an x-ray film to point out, diagnose, and fix the problem. Sadly that's not the case for Morgellon's victims. But damn it, doctors can SEE the skin lesions, they can SEE the unusual fibers protruding from the skin, yet they still manage to maintain that it's nothing more than a psychological issue manifesting itself as an imaginary illness. It seems like the phrase "seeing is believing" no longer holds true for the medical world. Why is that? In fact, it's more like "believing is seeing" (you believe everything they tell you, and they see more money in their own pockets). A good example is a recent experience of my own. I took my cat to the vet because she had eaten something bad and was vomiting profusely. I took her in simply wanting to know what she had eaten. And you know what I was told? "Everything looks normal, she's completely healthy". Why then was I given TWO medications for her to take for the next week? :? It made no sense.

Is the medical world afraid of losing the power they once had over society? They prescribe medication for the stupidest things, give placebo pills in hopes that you'll think they help rather than just admitting their medicine won't help, and when they don't understand what's happening they just say you're making it up (as is the case with Morgellon's).

And while I'm not denying that some illnesses are only psychological manifestations, I find it troubling that they say this about the 3-year-old child with Morgellon's as well. Having been in an elementary school environment most of my life, I've learned that children will make up stories to get away from reality, and they will make up imaginary friends to fight their loneliness....but NEVER have I seen a child, especially a toddler, make up a disease.

I am finding hope for Morgellon's now that the CDC is considering taking the disease seriously. It's just a shame that, after years of hard evidence and people dying from the disease, it's taken this long.
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Postby southcity » Tue Aug 01, 2006 3:01 am

another qoute from the same article tamtam refers to:

"If environmental conditions are not good for these sentinels of the sea, you can believe it won't be good for us either," Sandifer said. "What we allow to flow into the sea will come back to bite us. You can bet on it."

http://ktla.trb.com/news/la-me-ocean31j ... tla-news-1
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Postby hartuk » Tue Aug 01, 2006 11:51 am

Hello All,

I read the article indicated from Tamtam and South's link, and I weep.
Not tears of self pity, no, I recognised this imposter many years ago, but tears of frustration and anger at what is happening to our beautiful planet.

Our collective arrogance indicates that we think we are superior to all.

This article reminds me that we are mammals too. Part of the precarious balance that we remove ourselves from.

The price we will have pay for this hubris will be painfull and I'm already feeling it.

With love and respect to all.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Aug 01, 2006 2:02 pm

Hartuk,

You are so correct. We are paying for it.

And it is not each of us individually, although some of us have tried to do our part to not add to the demise, and yet, when nature is disrupted it will be seen clearly in the environment: the plants, insects, mammals and us.

The fibers: The catalyst for moving the change, don't you think? The fibers as artificial flagella to carry the RNA?

Can we say the fibers might be a man-made flagella?

Is it not the flagella and the nucleus in the bacteria that crosses the border of one-celled to multi-celled. Is that not the missing link?

What started the demise?

An event must have happened.

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here it is

Postby RANDY » Tue Aug 01, 2006 9:07 pm

Article in TIME for your records and for new people to take to their doctors the first time they go.

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http://www.time.com/time/health/article ... 49,00.html
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Postby London » Wed Aug 02, 2006 12:48 am

someone recently emailed me this article and thought some of you might be interested.

I'm sure Canalon will erase it if it does not "fit' into our fiber disease.

I just simply wanted to share itl

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/1150796.stm

and this article is on pheremones/ insects:

http://phero.net/iobc/hohenheim/bulletin/witzgall.pdf
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Postby RANDY » Wed Aug 02, 2006 2:09 am

Now that is a find London. I am saving that article.
Good one! Canalon...I beg that you do not erase this one.

Really good find.....first article about the Jellyfish...In the very beginning when all of this started they thought that the glow that these fibers give off could have been the Jellyfish material they placed into potatoes to make them glow when they needed water and that we ate them and the mutation caused us to have these fibres in us.

So,,good find.

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