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Postby London » Fri Aug 18, 2006 5:49 pm

Hey Sky, you asked if we are getting closer.....hello, BINGO, JACKPOT,CHA-CHING.....

HELL YEAH, WE ARE HERE WOMEN. Thanks for that cool link because, I have been looking up articles for the last three hours and it is so friggin funny, I will pull up like 8 pages of google on this and guess what? Each one will act like it's dowloading then when it says "done" none of them will open. Looks like they are deleting them as fast as they can. HEHE luckily I had some saved already. Yours was the best!

okay, here is what I managed to find.....

(first of all, let me say this too before I forget: the WASP is really the w.a.s.p. and it is an acronyme for the cloning chemicals!!!! I will go fetch the proper name of it and come back here w/it)

But I did manage to find that this lil african scab creature that is on my carpet is used for what else???? to control the Weeds in the lakes and rivers (freshwater stuff like hydrilla sp?)

and the best of the best news skytroll, THEY HAVE A US PATENT ON THIS CREATURE.....

CHECK IT OUT:

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/6962774.pdf
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 18, 2006 5:51 pm

fINALLY!!!!!!!! some body brings up bacteriorhodopsin and photonics, what about the true hidden masters in Theosophy, secret chiefs in masonry, or the Jinn in arabic alchemy, nadas with candel in hand points to the overlooked phylum Tardigrada. these guys can shut down metabolism and walk (not swim) under water... to understand nature with out understanding the tardigrade is like crusading on evolution on a panspermia platform without intelligent design backing the cause. life on high level manifest, is what points to a human mule (machines)...like a red neck driving a bulldozer is really a automated crystallized organo-metallic collide suspended by atmospheric and hydromagnetic solutions with a humanoid central processor as the nucleous of the automaton cell.

http://www.sunshine-project.org


http://www.astrobio.net/news/article261.html
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Postby London » Fri Aug 18, 2006 5:57 pm

Nadas,

Hi, I brought this up back in November with the Daphnea...everyone said Nah, that's not it.....especially the monitors at that other website...but yes, the tardis...you got it....did you see the photos? go check them out. This is in my skin and found 4 on top of the carpet when I moved a piece of furniture....they look like lil pieces of beef jerkey.....they don't taste that good though,(Haha).....how in the hell did they get into my home Nadas? thru the water system? Please, tell me.

We have Diptera Flies in us.....OMG!

Nadas, just re-read your post; you are a hoot!!! Crazyphule! gonna go fetch my rotifer link...

Here You go:

http://dmc.utep.edu/rotifer/main.html

and: http://dmc.utep.edu/rotifer/html/nsp1-1.html
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:04 pm

if a human could tell a tardi what to do and were to go ... oh man
this is dehumanizing..
i only arrived at the tardigade concept by the impervious nature of our condition ... . it may not be of that phylum but they nabbed its impervious gene and the metabolic shut off properties..
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Postby London » Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:13 pm

Nadas,

Not only is it this, but I have seen the Daphnea in my home, and a minute lil tadpole shrimp as well, in fact, I still have it! On one side it looks like the shape of a rat with a tail...it is red with black symetrical dots and then when you flip it over it is flesh looking and has the lil hanging legs like the brine shrimp! This thing is tiny-about the size of a sliver of a fingernail....ang guess how i FOUND IT? i HAD a fiberball that was sitting on my bathroom countertop in a cap of hydrogen peroxide, and this thing was in the middle of the fiber ball....guess it came from the AC vents.....My home had the commercial size a/c motors and it uses the chilled water loop system....I mean, how else could it have gotten there?

also involved (I will have to go fecth it though) is the sawfly!
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Okay, I'm back with one explanation of the WASP:

WASP and N-WASP in human platelets differ in sensitivity to protease calpain.

Mutations of Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein (WASP) underlie the severe thrombocytopenia and immunodeficiency of the Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome. WASP, a specific blood cell protein, and its close homologue, the broadly distributed N-WASP, function in dynamic actin polymerization processes. Here it is demonstrated that N-WASP is expressed along with WASP, albeit at low levels, in human blood cells. The presence of approximately 160 nmol/L rapidly acting N-WASP molecules may explain the normal capacity of WASP-negative patient platelets for early agonist-induced aggregation and filopodia formation. Ex vivo experiments revealed a significant difference between WASP and N-WASP in sensitivity to calpain, the Ca++-dependent protease activated in agonist-stimulated platelets. Through the use of a series of calpain-containing broken cell systems, it is shown that WASP is cleaved in a Ca++-dependent reaction inhibitable by calpeptin and E64d and that N-WASP is not cleaved, suggesting that the cleavage of WASP by calpain functions in normal platelets as part of a Ca++-dependent switch mechanism that terminates the surface projection phase of blood cell activation processes.

Then again, the wasp, especially the PAPER WASP ARE DANGEROUS!! It is the venom that is so bad...here, click this and scroll down until you get to wasp...

http://www.symbios-witticism-page.com/bug.htm#22
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Activation of superoxide formation and lysozyme release in human .

.. - 1:09amIn vivo priming of virus-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes with synthetic lipopeptide ... Mastoparan, a peptide toxin from wasp venom, mimics receptors by ...www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1131368 - Similar pages
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color=darkred]and the Actin filaments or actin cytoskeleton they MAKE...Sky, you will love this one....[/color]
http://www.cytochemistry.net/Cell-biolo ... tm#polymer

So, the WASP venom is dangerous and it is called Masoparan, a peptide toxin and I think it is in the soybean plants and is activated by tobacco! This is probably why they did not want us to find it...huh? Here is a whole google page of it:
http://www.google.com/search?q=Mastopar ... tartPage=1

and: Mastoparan, a wasp venom peptide, stimulates release of prolactin from cultured rat anterior pituitary cells > what? it is cultured from rat-brain cells? What?
http://joe.endocrinology-journals.org/c ... ct/142/1/9

check this out:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=& ... acco+cells

IS MASTOPARAN IN GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS????? see:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=& ... n+gm+foods
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:35 pm

hey London count me in on class action but we should let this PSI OPs play
it self out .. as long as health permiits .. and carfull with submitting person info even longer due to the uncanny nature of a certain administration using
KGB stylistics. even a high profile wont get you the protection you need.

http://www.qsl.net/n9zia/
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Postby Sabrina » Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:55 pm

What do you know? We made it on the top ten list. :wink:

http://www.livescience.com/humanbiology ... eases.html

Congratulations to Dr. Wymore and all who have recently taken a stand in continuing the progress of our cause.


Has Cilla been around?
I have not seen a post by her lately but must admit that I am behind in my reading here.

I wonder if everyone has read my posted reply from the CDC?
I feel this response is due for some follow up. Any comments on potential questions to be raised would be greatly appreciated.


London,

Very cool find on the synthetic bugs!



Dear Tamtam,

Hurray for the A.C.L.U. 8)

but it is not over….

“Taylor ordered an immediate halt to the program, but the government said it would ask for a stay of that order pending appeal. The American Civil Liberties Union, which brought the suit, said it would oppose a stay but agreed to delay enforcement of the injunction until Taylor hears arguments Sept. 7.”

http://articles.news.aol.com/news/_a/ju ... 0000000001


Medical terrorists on your doorstep
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Posted: July 24, 2006

1:00 a.m. Eastern

The medical terrorists are at it again and they're gaining on us, aiming the big guns at children and parents.
If you think parents have the right to raise their children according to their own beliefs and standards, think again.

The truth is, in this twisted world, you only have the right to raise your children as long as the state doesn't think it knows better. When that happens, watch out. The guy with the biggest fist wins, and that usually means the parents and the kids lose.

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/artic ... E_ID=51203


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Postby Sabrina » Fri Aug 18, 2006 7:01 pm

Dear Nadas,

Why did you post this link if I may ask?




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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:26 pm

oohh sorry for the delay just got back from getting my daughters from grade school... and that link? i ve found that the "Agent Green" and US south american narco traffic to be a candidate vector for such a complicated nanobot unless there is somthing i am unaware of about sunshine project...
personally its the only placethat has a detailed map of north american biowar efforts ... if one has data on jetstream currents it could be handy as to know where not to buy property or where not to be camping.. ect...
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:30 pm

oh and that oxygen deprived nature is due to the scalar component in concert with gene signaling from GM foods invitro with what ever chemical DARPA has a bone to pick with... a note on biofilm magratory trends..
"rapid and dramatic reductions in gross photosynthesis and in the resultant high porewater oxygen concentrations in the surface layers of the mats. The depths at which both maximum gross photosynthesis and maximum oxygen concentrations occurred were displaced downward. In contrast, gross photosynthesis in the deeper layers of the mats increased in response to UV B incident upon the surface. The cessation of exposure to UV B partially reversed all of these changes. Taken together, these responses suggest that photoautotrophic members of the mat community, most likely the dominant cyanobacterium Microcoleus chthonoplastes, were migrating in response to the added UV B. The migration phenomenon was also observed in response to increases in visible radiation and UV A"

http://aem.asm.org/cgi/content/abstract/61/12/4215
UV B-Induced Vertical Migrations of Cyanobacteria in a Microbial Mat -- Bebout and Garcia-Pichel 61 (12): 4215 -- Applied and Environmental Microbiology

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl ... tid=124081
Microscopic Examination of Distribution and Phenotypic Properties of Phylogenetically Diverse Chloroflexaceae-Related Bacteria in Hot Spring Microbial Mats†
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Postby RANDY » Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:49 pm

There is so much stuff on this site that I have given up reading about it all which is how dis-information works.

No one is following any clear train of scinetific thought.

Oh BTW: The cream works. So whoever created it knows what we have and how to kill it. He has been investigating this for years with a chemist.
The pictures of what they found are on his site. They realized what the thing was, and tried to kill it in a petri dish, this worked and they mad a cream with the natural ingredients.

http://www.scabies-morgellons.de

They want me to distribute it in the USA so that people do not have to pay shipping from Germany but I am giving this three weeks before I decide to commit myself. There is also a money back guaruntee and they now accpet pay-pal.

So.....some real stuff...not all this dis-information and internet searching till you find the end of the internet but not anything about what this is.

Anyone who feels as I do, that this site has become just a lote of mumbo jumbo....please join me at my site. Thanks.

Randy

http://unknownskindisease.com

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Postby rbschick » Fri Aug 18, 2006 10:59 pm

I have only found a name for the disease that torments me in the past few days when a friend e-mailed me about the Prime Time News special that she saw and immediately related it to me. I started having the symptoms in early 2003. I've seen numerous dermotologists to no avail. I knew I wasn't crazy, but had started to accept the fact that eventually I would be. My dermotologist still stands by his diagnosis of neurodermatitis and has referrd me to a psychiatrist since my appointment last Wednesday when I presented my belief that I may be suffering from this disease. I live in New York but visited San Diego in 2001 and San Fransisco in 2002. I believe that living in New York is a detriment to getting help because most doctors have not even heard of the disease here. At present the lesions that I had all over my body have healed and I have not had any new ones in two years. However my scalp is a nightmare and I spend hours of the day and night trying to "unwind or unravel" my hair. I have envelopes of things I believe fell from my scalp but no one wants to even really look at my scalp, let alone the samples. I fear that I may not be able to continue to work as mine thoughts are only of this disease. This is the first time I've reached out to others. I consider it my duty now that I know there are others out there like me.
Ramona :(
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