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Postby London » Mon Sep 04, 2006 5:49 am

Thanks Befour! Some of us were banned from the other board-assuming that's where you got it. If so, what is everyone saying? This really is disheartening but does not surprise me. Do you know these people or can verify it it is indeed a legit email? thanks again!

Skytroll, great post, as usual. Yes, so very much is out there. I'm telling you though, if you do some searches on what the wasp's toxic can do to the transgenic plants, you will see so much of the chemical interactions taking place. Then we eat the plants.

But I think like I have said before to and like agnostic, I mean Nadus posted, that the photonic fusion is also the key.

I believe it is the olfactory senses at work too, changing our brain chemistry.

And, people should stop and think, realize this too: aerosols are not only outside. I went for like 2 months straight w/ out ever stepping outside my codo. So??? I think it is something in our AC Motors. All of my silver jewelry that is in my bedroom on vanity-both on top and even in drawers in their recepticles have tarnished to nearly black. None had done this before. Also, if I have a piece of sterling , perfectly shiny and clean- or brand new for all that matters, and put it on, with in 10 minutes it's black, never did this before. So yeah, it's my body chemistry but what about the pieces I have never worn that are turned like this?

Makes me think it's got to be in the a/c ducts or motors...and all the building sicknesses? from the a/c systems. I also think that lil scab/worm that I found 2 weeks ago gets into the watering systems. (in fact, I have an article on that I will go getch.)

Now, think of this....the fibers get into us evertime we flip a switch on.....
the microwave the computer, thelights, the cell phone,
And like Nadas posted too, the lasers used (the lights on the food.)

Nearly everyone of us I can guarrantee it (almost anyway) have salmonella poisioning. This is more in the foods than we realize. I think it also has to do with the chemicals from all of this combined, acting together.....those slimemolds are nothing more than ameobas!

Hey, did ya'll see that article I posted up above in red? It is saying that aspergillus is in our cotton bolls. I dunno if this plays a part but I think it does. and remember, I really think that our senses (touch, smell) are going to be a factor in this too.
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Postby southcity » Mon Sep 04, 2006 5:49 am

Ahhh. This is something i believe my attorney can bite into. Good job befour!! I think this is the best post here next to TamTams(of course) in regards to gaining legal help and representation. I will follow up on this after the start of the next business day. (Tues) This is an outrage, even though expected from the same administration that performed so well after katrina.
Gather your attorneys as this is a glaring example of how a trusted public entity lies to the public, and we need to find out if this is true, have any tax dollars been or being spent by this agency under the guise of a task force regarding this illness.


Cilla, are you still around? we could use you're expertise here.
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Postby London » Mon Sep 04, 2006 5:51 am

South,

TamTam has said this to me too (re: attorney) but should we all get our individual one or a class action? Please advise when you have time.

Thanks!

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Mon Sep 04, 2006 5:53 am

CLASSIC!

how do we say........... .. . . . . . . . . ??????

" S M O K E S C R E E N "



http://www.quackwatch.org/09Advisors/legal.html
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oohh and since south mentioned "K-mart".......
Scalar Weather Wars:
Hurricane Katrina and the Rape of New Orleans
by: Stefan Grossmann, http://www.gallerize.com
Monday, 8-29-5

1. The Bush Jr. regime is a hair’s breadth away from collapsing in chaos, infamy and insanity as the Cloakanddagger.de truth radio is about to break the story how G. W. Bushfraud bribed his way into the White House in late 2000. See separate news coverage coming soon.

What happens in such situations is: News diversions are orchestrated in order to take away the public’s attention from the homespun disasters. Such as, a whale strands in the arctic and all the oil-soaked spy-riddled mainstream media babble about stranded whales for days or even weeks until the news about the actual catastrophe at home is forgotten and, for practical purposes, suppressed.

This well-known routine is happening again. As the to-be-covered-up news event (Bush bribed his way into the White House) is so huge, the cover-up ploy is also huge: A scalar-engineered hurricane named Katrina. The shadow government has decided to sacrifice an entire city, New Orleans, to cover up the coming news of bribery and in order to further rig the price of oil.

2. Weather engineering includes the blow-up of small hurricanes into large ones. The technology is zealously denied by so-called meterologists and physicists, but it exists anyhow. It has been described, for example, by veteran Pentagon scientist and scalar researcher Col. Tom Bearden at his huge web site, http://www.cheniere.org. Here are some quotes (in finer print):

Soviet Weather Engineering over North America

http://www.akasha.de/~aton/NU2.html
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Mon Sep 04, 2006 6:40 am

"whaTT in the BUSCH!!!? "
a seamstress in mans pants?
"This damn wasp"

“Since they generally only kill or negatively affect males, Wolbachia also help us learn about the mechanisms of sexual development in the host species.”

http://www.plosbiology.org/plosonline/? ... io.0020069
ive dropped my fiber and i cant get up..

read this......it says that there is NO CDC task force!!!!

http://listserv.uh.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=in ... T=0&P=1985
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Postby London » Mon Sep 04, 2006 6:55 am

Now I think I know where Nadas and "spot-on" originated, (Maybe?)

Remember how TamTam used to ask us what is so important about the wing of the butterfly? Well we all came up with a few things, one being about a'the faux-eyes' to keep predators at bay, etc., but it's like skytroll always has said- that she thinks "EVO DEVO" plays a part in our disease, well, so do I. Spot-on might be a hint from the "Spots-on" the drosophilia
Fruit fly.
Yep, that is what this evo devo guy named Sean Carol (lead researcher in this says anyway.) Here is a clear, easy to read article if you are interested. It's all about actions that take place in our Development. Also, the jest I get out of it is we can accomplish this by what they call -
Genetic Switches.

Sorry, after this point, I can't help you there.....your own your own....:)

http://www.usnews.com/usnews/culture/ar ... /28evo.htm
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Mon Sep 04, 2006 6:59 am

man london, your semiotics are sharp.

actually , assymetry my dear.

as in the power of the toad to mimic the poppy via mimicry:

http://www.ehponline.org/members/1994/1 ... -full.html
Frog Skin Opioid Peptides: A Case for Environmental Mimicry
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Postby London » Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:09 am

Oh Thank God (or not (notstic) ), you replied to a question!!! Okay, gonna read your post now. thanks sir Nadas!


Here's what looks to be like a good one...yet to read myself, but it's on
3D and Human body "static" from didital camera.

http://www.photogrammetry.ethz.ch/gener ... n%22%20%22
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Postby RANDY » Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:15 am

The link above...not True

Also..NO the cream is not toxic but I was willing to try it without knowing this guy and without testing it out to see if it could have harmed me..then he turns on me. For no reason at all except being paranoid and and ego maniac.

The cream dries up the lesions but he has ego problems and I am not longer associated with him or his organization. He can find another sucker to translate his site for free and help him with his business. I do nto go where I am not appreciated when it comes to business and using my expertise to help someone out free of charge.

Randy

See CDC below....they could not put this out if it was not true. They could be brought to court.

-------Original Message-------

From: Morgellons Syndrome \(CDC\)
Date: 09/01/06 18:54:42
To: Randy Yaskal
Subject: CDC Morgellons Working Group Response

Thank you for your inquiry regarding the condition some refer to as “Morgellons.” CDC is presently bringing together medical experts from several scientific specialties in a working group to help us understand this pattern of illness or syndrome. Our aim is to gather information on people reporting this condition to see if they share common traits, experiences, or anything that might have put them at risk for these symptoms. We hope to learn enough about the condition so we can offer useful advice for control or treatment, something that is not possible now because too little is known. Since CDC has no clinical center or hospital to evaluate or treat patients, we urge persons who believe they are suffering from this condition or who have distressing symptoms to seek evaluation and medical care from their local health care providers.
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:31 am

woo ... hey Randy my belladona spot like poison toad artical has like 88 academic references and 89th. is Shakespeare. King Lear (act V, scene II).

ohh ahh... i .. see . ? or quorum sence.

humoring diamagnetic levitationg frogs in this age.... ?

http://members.tripod.com/~FreeThought/nrpubl.html

http://www.i-b-r.org/ir00020b.htm#3.3.%20HADRONIC

oook i got cha. . .

http://www.pasteur.fr/recherche/unites/ ... ition.html
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Postby Skytroll » Mon Sep 04, 2006 4:28 pm

Bionics: How mimic works. Synthetic, genesis, copies, halograms -image of and then DNA of bio and DNA of machine look a likes.

Bionics
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Bionics (also known as biomimetics, biognosis, biomimicry, or bionical creativity engineering) is the application of methods and systems found in nature to the study and design of engineering systems and modern technology. Also a short form of biomechanics, the word 'bionic' is actually a portmanteau formed from biology (from the Greek word "βιος", pronounced "vios", meaning "life") and electronic.

The transfer of technology between lifeforms and synthetic constructs is desirable because evolutionary pressure typically forces natural systems to become highly optimized and efficient. A classical example is the development of dirt- and water-repellent paint (coating) from the observation that the surface of the lotus flower plant is practically unsticky for anything (the lotus effect). Examples of bionics in engineering include the hulls of boats imitating the thick skin of dolphins, sonar, radar, and medical ultrasound imaging imitating the echolocation of bats.

In the field of computer science, the study of bionics has produced cybernetics, artificial neurons, artificial neural networks, and swarm intelligence. Evolutionary computation was also motivated by bionics ideas but it took the idea further by simulating evolution in silico and producing well-optimized solutions that had never appeared in nature.
It is estimated by Julian Vincent, professor of biomimetics at the University of Bath in the UK, that "at present there is only a 10% overlap between biology and technology in terms of the mechanisms used".....

"The name biomimetics was coined by Otto Schmitt in the 1950s. The term bionics was coined by Jack E. Steele in 1960 at a conference in Dayton......

Methods
Often, the study of bionics emphasizes imitation of a biological structure rather than just an implementation of its function. For example, in computer science, cybernetics tries to model actual organic structures that make humans intelligent, while artificial intelligence tries to model the intelligent function regardless of the particular way it can be achieved.The conscious copying of examples and mechanisms from natural organisms and ecologies is a form of applied case-based reasoning, treating nature itself as a database of solutions that already work. Proponents argue that all natural life forms minimize and ecological niches remove failures. (proposed change to this sentence: replace ecological nichces with: selective pressure)
Although almost all engineering could be said to be a form of biomimicry, the modern origins of this field are usually attributed to Buckminster Fuller and its later codification as a field of study to Janine Benyus.

Roughly, we can distinguish three biological levels in biology after which technology can be modelled:

Mimicking natural methods of manufacture of chemical compounds to create new ones
Imitating mechanisms found in nature (velcro)
Studying organizational principles from social behaviour of organisms, such as the flocking behaviour of birds or the emergent behaviour of bees and ants

Examples of biomimetics
Velcro is the most famous example of biomimetics. In 1948, the Swiss engineer George de Mestral was cleaning his dog of burrs picked up on a walk when he realized how the hooks of the burrs clung to the fur.
Leonardo da Vinci's flying machines and ships are early examples of drawing from nature in engineering.
Julian Vincent drew from the study of pinecones when he developed in 2004 "smart" clothing that adapts to changing temperatures. "I wanted a nonliving system which would respond to changes in moisture by changing shape", he said. "There are several such systems in plants, but most are very small -- the pinecone is the largest and therefore the easiest to work on". Pinecones respond to warmer temperatures by opening their scales (to disperse their seeds). The smart fabric does the same thing, opening up when it is warm, and shutting tight when cold.
"Morphing aircraft wings" that change shape according to the speed and duration of flight have been designed in 2004 by biomimetic scientists from Penn State University. The morphing wings were inspired by different bird species that have differently shaped wings according to the speed at which they fly. In order to change the shape and underlying structure of the aircraft wings, the researchers needed to make the overlying skin also be able to change, which their design does by covering the wings with fish-inspired scales that could slide over each other.
Nanostructures and physical mechanisms that produce the shining color of butterfly wings were reproduced in silicon by Greg Parker, professor of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton and research student Luca Plattner in the field of photonics, which is electronics using photons as the information carrier instead of electrons.
self-purification of surfaces: paints and roof tiles that keep their surface clean just like the lotus does.

Lotus leaf surface, CG: microscopic viewneuromorphic chips, silicon retinae or cochleae whose wiring is modelled after real neural networks. S.a.: connectivity
synthetic or 'robotic' vegetation, which are machines designed to mimic many of the functions of living vegetation as an aid to conservation and restoration. [1]
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Specific uses of the term
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In business
The latest research by Phil Richardson at the Centre for Biomimetics at the University of Bath has shown that Biomimetic models can be used to create analogies in business. The analogies can be applied to provide inspiration as a precursor to innovation. This approach can then be hybridised with traditional programme governance models to create an integrated inspiration to implementation method.

Examples include the application of natural systems to solving complex data problems.

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In medicine
Bionics is a term which refers to flow of ideas from biology to engineering and vice versa. Hence, there are two slightly different points of view regarding the meaning of the word.

In medicine, Bionics means the replacement or enhancement of organs or other body parts by mechanical versions. Bionic implants differ from mere prostheses by mimicking the original function very closely, or even surpassing it.

Bionics' German equivalent "Bionik" always takes the broader scope in that it tries to develop engineering solutions from biological models. This approach is motivated by the fact that biological solutions will always be optimized by evolutionary forces.

While the technologies that make bionic implants possible are still in a very early stage, a few bionic items already exist, the best known being the cochlear implant, a device for deaf people. By 2004 fully functional artificial hearts have been developed. Significant further progress is expected to take place with the advent of nanotechnologies. A well known example of a proposed nanodevice is a respirocyte, an artificial red cell, designed (though not built yet) by Robert Freitas.

Kwabena Boahen uit Ghana was a professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania. During his eight years at Penn, he developed a silicon retina that was able to process images in the same manner as a living retina. He confirmed the results by comparing the electrical signals from his silicon retina to the electrical signals produced by a salamander eye while the two retinas were looking at the same image.

Bionics are a common element of science fiction, with The Six Million Dollar Man as the probably best-known example. In the mid-1970s, when scientists in a popular TV series rebuilt a wounded, barely-living test pilot into the world's first bionic man, making him "better, stronger, faster," the field of medical bionics was the stuff of science fiction. No longer. On April 3, at Experimental Biology 2006, some of the leading scientists in the rapidly expanding field of bionics explain how much of what was once fiction is today at least partial reality - including electronically-powered legs, arms, and eyes like those given TV's Six Million Dollar Man 30-plus years ago. The symposium on "The $6 Billion (Hu)Man" is part of the scientific program of the American Association of Anatomists



biognosis - hey gnosis - yep thats it London.....

http://www.moiz.ca/sustainability/biomimicry.htm

Now, what we have is most likely the transition form of this or artificial tags to our DNA Retrogenes, from RNA to DNA not DNA to RNA.

Anyway back to Psychodermotology as mentioned that photons can cause the nerves to go haywire in us, creating Schizo type behavior for medication to be brought to our aid, here is where photons can create a dilem on our bodies:

REPEAT from above:
"Nanostructures and physical mechanisms that produce the shining color of butterfly wings were reproduced in silicon by Greg Parker, professor of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton and research student Luca Plattner in the field of photonics, which is electronics using photons as the information carrier instead of electrons.
self-purification of surfaces: paints and roof tiles that keep their surface clean just like the lotus does."

electronics using photons as the information carrier instead of electrons

So, one can see that if we complain about the transition from natural to synthetic to neural operating changes of natural brain features to electronic, magnetic or both, then a new form of transitional psychotherapy called Psychodermatology will have to be instigated because there is not medical help that will be offered to us going through this transition from natural to semi/artifical to machine. We will appear to have behavioral problems. Maybe we should call it Adjustment Dermatology.

Oh, and then our bodies will be used as bandages for the monkey-Andi's survival. Or as rudders on ships, bones last a long time.

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Fiber Disease and Lyme

Postby Rex » Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:12 pm

HiYa Folks!

I've been dealing with lyme on and off for years and try to follow-up
on it and related topics from time to time.

Though I would not describe what I have now as Fiber Disease, I recall
believing something like this was happening to me.

I was experiencing a horrible, bloody,
mind-dulling + erythema migrans and in the center of each little red spot it felt like something like a fiber was there pushing through. I had to just deal with it and self-diagnose my symptoms as Lyme then convince a clinic doctor to prescribe doxycycline. I still get erythema occassionally (very small presentations) and occassionally take a one month course of doxycycline.

MY REASON FOR POSTING

I believe that I am noticing a connection between

Lyme, Fiber Disease, and the growing concept of non-bacterial Lyme
co-infections.

Please have a look and read at lymephotos.com

Their concept of a cure (and reasoning) is a little controversial to me,
but probably safe enough to try - and is cheap.

It's their compelling photos of various bacteria and parasites to state
their case for co-infections that gets my attention.

Also, the anonymous, non-profit, no possible selfish motive nature of their site.

They simply believe that they have noticed something that others should have too... (about Lyme Disease).

YOU MAY NOTICE SOMETHING TOO. I think I do, but I'm not a biologist.

I'm just someone with a working neural-net.... I sense a connection.

I may never post again. I just wanted to see some comments to lymephotos.com's presentation by some knowledgeable people.
If their point has any validity, the CDC or someone is long overdue for not getting off their ass and funding research.

Good-Luck All!


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