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Postby RANDY » Thu Aug 03, 2006 4:22 pm

I hate this site since I have written 20 times to the owner of it and he has an agenda plus he will not talk to the press , CNN, Chicago Tribune and his agenda is to make this disease be one of make believe..but the only article I am talking about is that fact that you can not go against Mary and that she lies and throw hissy fits if you disagree with her in any way or try to help. That she is in it for fame and glory and uses the funds for her self support and not to help Wymore, which he has told me this directly. He tells me he funds himself and has gotten no money from Mary.

But this guy on this site is not on our side and for no reason under the sun wants to make us all look nuts. I have no idea who he is working for or why but he will not talk on the phone or give his name.
I do believe that all those that stay hiden yet have an opinion are against us. If you have this and you honestly wnat a cure, you do not hide in the shadows unless you are against us in reality and trying to spread dis-information.

Just my opinion.

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Postby RANDY » Thu Aug 03, 2006 7:10 pm

Air Date: 07/28/2006
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Imagine feeling like your skin is literally crawling. You're tormented at all hours, and you can't even think straight. It sounds like a plot to a horror movie. But doctors say that's what's been happening recently to some people in the U.S.

Greg Smith says morgellons disease has left him physically scarred, and mentally unable to focus. He's been out of work for more than a year.


"One of the most disturbing is the cognitive impairment, the inability to think clearly," Greg said.

Just hearing the symptoms might make you feel sick. Patients report feeling bugs crawling beneath their skin, sores that don't heal, dementia, extreme fatigue and most disturbing…Fibers that push out from open wounds.


Dr. Randy Wymore is one of the leading experts looking into the causes of morgellons, but admits little is known.

"It could be an environmental factor of some sort, it could be genetics playing a role here, it could be an infectious disease," Dr. Wymore said.

Dermatologist Dr. Noah Scheinfeld says he knows where morgellons disease originates...in the heads of people who claim to have it -- a condition called delusions of parasitosis.


"As a result, patients are convinced that there is something inside and they itch and they try to rid themselves of the parasites," Dr. Scheinfeld said.

Smith says that's what angers him and his wife most. She has also contracted the illness and few medical professionals believe them…Frustrating because Smith is himself a doctor.


"There seems to be a pervasive arrogance, in the dermatology community for sure, that this is all a delusion disorder and all of us who have it are part of a mass hysteria that's being fueled by the internet," Smith said.

Just last month the Centers for Disease Control and prevention took the first steps to investigate morgellons. They don't called it a disease though, because they're not sure if it is.


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Postby southcity » Thu Aug 03, 2006 7:13 pm

Randy, your statement that those wishing to remain nameless have alterior motives is not true in most cases. I choose this way for myself for many reasons. my career is important to me, and would most likely end in one way or another if public aknowledged. rental status would change etc. etc. have you not considered what the publics actions and demands toward those infected will become once they realize a modified organism is out in public space? my guess would be forced quaranteen and this means forced or voluntary. above all I value my freedom and do not want a fearful, panic stricken public deciding this fate. my recommendation is to try thinking abit deeper into the issues at hand and consider ALL possible outcomes. only by doing this will you find answers for the many reasons and the ways people choose to do things the way they do.
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Postby tamtam » Thu Aug 03, 2006 10:55 pm

This is a link that relates to present phenomenon:

check: possible estuary related syndrome/ CDC /
microcystis/ cyanobacteria and blue green algae in relation to sick building syndrome.

Nota Bene: the use of "possible"

Remember also that cyano and pseudomonas are in and on soil, vegetation.... sometimes even inside disinfectant.

example:

New Theory Links Neurotoxins with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme ...
Following treatment, all patients' clinical syndrome was gone; and their VCS scores ... Possible Estuary Associated Syndrome, brown recluse spider bites and ...

http://www.immunesupport.com/Library/showarticle.cfm/ ID/3990/HealthWatch/HealthWatch-Holiday-2002 - 65k - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby Skytroll » Thu Aug 03, 2006 11:43 pm

How about just air, soil and water.

Algae as allergy

To boost the immune system doesn't one use allergy medicine?

For the itching of the fibers allergy medicine has worked for me.

Sometimes can shrink the lesions, too. Just as slow as anything else though.

What if this is an allergy, like mold allergies, pollen allergies, fungi allergies?

Maybe we should be talking allergies and how they come about.

Algae as allergy. We are allergic to it? It is toxic?

Just some questions, hope not out of line has to do with human health.

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Postby London » Thu Aug 03, 2006 11:58 pm

Randy,

Who are you referring to (In reference to your post at the top of this page?) You talking about the man named Margellons from Morgellons watch? If so, that is one that I ca't figure out either. I just know that the man named Tall Cotton has had a drastic change in his behaviour since he used to write on Lbusters. He was gung-ho on Gov't messing with this and that...and he knew his stuff too. Sharp man. But now, he has a complete opposite opinion. Was he scared ? did something happen to him? Maybe the go'vt gave him a reprieve or something? Hmm, I just don't know. But he did indeed have a completely different outlook than way back when......


South, Bingo to Your comment of quarrantine. I read somewhere about a month ago that they even had the places for it. ( I swear I have no idea where I read it. Maybe on some old forum site...I dunno) It was just deja vu when I saw you write that. And, you know what I am thinking? I bet that is why Lymebusters started that big group letter they wanted everyone to sign. Just to get our addresses. So something you told me a long time ago South has indeed came to fruition. (It was about how some things/sites are not really how they appear to be.) Sure nuff'!


TamTam,

How weird that you mention the dissinfectent. I have not even clicked onto your hyperlink but am referring to what you posted. I say weird b/c I just saw the title to an article last night before I went to bed and it was how there is something in disinfectent that can turn into AIDS. I wish I would have saved it.
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:42 am

Cyano is very difficult.

If you cause cell lysis, neurotoxic substances will penetrate vital tissue and the toxins are very difficult to eliminate.

Question:
What if you combine properties of cyano with properties of trypanosomes?

Cyano can replace tissue and infection will often stay undetected.
Trypanosomes are known for variant glycoprotein,
a property relating to "evasion of the immune system"

Maybe part of the problem is that you try to find a natural cause for something that is synthetic.

A synthetic element with an impressive memory load.
Not only memory about its diverse (hence synthetic) provenance but also memory that relates to its inherent systematic.

Bio-systematic!

Like a Turing machine.
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:53 am

Hence, that is why London said Molecular Parasites!! They are reproductions....I have to check my notes TamTam but I will be back with you. And....I found two articles a couple of weeks back saying brown recluse bites are not really that. I had one on my leg about two years ago but I never really thought it was one/. Also two students that I taught that year were hositalized for supposedly, brown recluse bites.

To me this had everything in the world to do with both staph infection
and strep infection too.
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:56 am

A set molecules called London?
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 12:59 am

Yes, I think so.

How do proteins catalyze biological reactions? How does the structure of DNA help explain the mechanism for encoding genetic stuff......etc.,

are you talking like, for example the training set molecules as in DRAGON+ 002, 002, etc.,
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:09 am

If you keep on reducing you may hit a ball with four extentions.

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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:12 am

I bet you are referring to (TamTam) the Bio-Toxins!???

answer me dang it Tam! Are you referring to them? Some organisms produce biotoxins you know...

Many types of organisms produce substances that are toxic to humans. These include dinoflagellates found in estuaries and the ocean, cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) found in fresh water, fungi (mold) found in indoor air and outdoors, and some types of bacteria.


THE CELLS!!!!!!!?????


OH......I GOT IT......co2 / CARBON DIOXIDE EH????


NAHHH, YOU ARE REFERRING TO THE Mycoplasma genitalium right?

The genetic blueprint of all organisms is coded in the molecule DNA. And as researchers can construct a DNA molecule to any specification, it should be possible - in theory - to design a genetic blueprint for a simple man-made microbe.

Add this DNA to a test-tube of substances such as amino acids, fats and sugars, and the DNA should build a living thing around itself.
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okay dammit, where did you go? You wanna know what I think? I think this is what I said two months ago.....it is ricksettsial in nature......Did you
know that they took all the ricksettsial species (I think it was 14 or 19 of them) and put them under one big umbrella called the BARTONELLAS???
tHEY NOW HAVE THE MOLECULAR DISEASE....OF AN OLD ONE THAT WAS ONCE CALLED CAT-SCRATCH FEVER but they rearranged those molecules and formed Part II which is called Cat-Scratch disease.....hence, they droped the fever. And yes, that is what I think I have growing on my left forearm and has been there since November. (Bacillary angiomatosis! ) It is synonymous with cat-scratch disease. But I

said I think this.....(for I have not proved it yet via testing) but I am testing for it, in fact, I just had another one done today. But get this...I read where there is only 2 of those 14 or 19 secies that will even show up in a molecular test. So, can you say Screwed???

Hello Tamtam??? Okay, the Mycoplasma genitalium is the man-made bug is it not? Or the man-made microbe, huh???

Has anyone heard of this one? It was new to me today and it lives in the soil too it is a carbenicillin-hydrolyzing beta-lactamase in Alcaligenes denitrificans subsp. xylosoxydans
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