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Postby London » Mon Dec 25, 2006 7:53 am

Maggie Mae,

I almost forgot, I got you a special holiday gift.....I think you will like it too.......

http://books.nap.edu/openbook.php?recor ... 58&page=49
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And would you look here......me oh my.......

Optical dissolved oxygen lifetime sensor based on sol-gel immobilisation

The development of an optical fibre sensor for the measurement of dissolved oxygen based on sol-gel immobilisation technology and phase fluorimetric analysis is investigated. The sensor is based on indicator-mediated sensing where the optical properties of an intermediate reagent are modulated in response to the concentration of analyte. The fluorescent lifetime of an oxygen indicator, tris(1, 10-phenanthroline)ruthenium(II) chloride hydrate is shown to be quenched in the presence of dissolved oxygen. Changes in fluorescent lifetime are measured using phase modulation techniques, the phase shift in the fluorescence emission of the fluorophore is measured as a function of the dissolved oxygen concentration. Sol-gel technology is utilised to immobilise the indicator at the distal end of a multi-mode optical fibre using dip-coating techniques. The selection of the sol-gel precursor compound is found to be of critical importance in the performance of the sensor, with organically modified silicates displaying the best performance.

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_ ... mber=29149

To JJill,
You mentioned a possible cure??? I read it's irreversible. I hope you are right.
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Who needs that Dr. Strainiger?????

http://www.google.com/search?q=Sol-deri ... f8&oe=utf8

maybe someone can pass the above onto the Jeff Rense show.....
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Oh Look! It's another book from Santa!

http://tinyurl.com/y5tg7a
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Postby J Jill » Mon Dec 25, 2006 1:38 pm

Merry Christmas All!

London,

Sorry to say that I have no cure to offer up- just what has made me better.

Just the basics that I've posted about before- no news flashes.

Reading MFROMCANADA's theory- (reposted by Nadas) and doing a little Google nets this:

http://www.coe.neu.edu/Research/robots/papers/JCTN.pdf ***



Excerpt:
Enzymes such as kinesin- RNA polymerase, mycosin, gynein and adenosine

triphosphate (ATP_ synthase function as nanoscale linear, oscillatory

or rotary biological motors.
end excerpt

See section 2- the flagella serves as a motor - Biomolecular motors-
self replicating and cheaper for mass usage- readily available in
nature.

Add the above to a people who already have the Mycoplasma Fermentans incognitus (which Dr Hilleman, Chief Virologist for Merch,Sharpe & Dohme, stated was EVERYONE IN NORTH AMERICA and possibly the world, now has Mycoplasma Fermentans incognitus in their body)- and the stage is set.



The above source is Northeastern University- ***

What is key about Northeastern (IMO) is that it is the home of the
Gorbachev Foundation.


http://www.gfna.net/brochure.htm

Takes me back to the shoe pounding episode at the UN with Nikita

Krushchev giving the "We will BURY YOU" speech. Didn't he mention

something about taking over without firing a shot?

Back to the Gorbachev Foundation- what the heck is he doing in Boston

anyway?


Excerpt:
" In October 1917, we parted with the Old World, rejecting it once and

for all. We are moving toward a new world, the world of Communism. We

shall never turn off that road." He also went on to say that the

changes in the Soviet Union were for cosmetic purposes and that their

aim was to disarm the Americans and let them fall asleep. According to

the New York Times of Dec. 26, 1989, Gorbachev said, " I am a

Communist, a convinced Communist. For some that may be a fantasy. But

for me it is my main goal." Notice this comment was made just after the

fall of the Berlin Wall. In his own words Gorbachev states that we are

moving toward world Communism and that Communism is his main goal.


http://www.newswithviews.com/Ohara/debbie11.htm

The shoe pounder got his wish?

A glimpse at the Gorbachev persona:

Excerpt:

And do not be deceived into thinking Gorbachev was not an absolute

dictator. From 1986-1989, newspapers and magazines reported

continuously that Gorbachev had amassed more power than had even Josef

Stalin. Also make no mistake that Gorbachev was, and is, a dictator

without conscience. Gorbachev was the one who authorized Soviet Armed

Forces in Afghanistan to spread small cluster bombs from the air. These

cluster bombs were designed to look like toys so Afghan children would

pick them up, only to have them explode in their hands. The objective

was not to kill these children, but to maim them, under the premise

that Afghan society would experience more of a drain taking care of

maimed children than they would just burying them. Despite media image

to the contrary, Mikhail Gorbachev is a very ruthless man.

http://www.cuttingedge.org/ce1088.html

Also interesting that Gorbachev was a keynote speaker at the annual

Spring meeting of the Massachusetts Software Council- IT.


Software? A Foundation in Boston? What is this adding up to?


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So, to recap my thoughts- the stages or layers of disease would go something like this:

1- Mycoplasma
http://nexusmagazine.com/articles/mycoplasma.html

"Pathogenic Mycoplasma", US Patent No. 5,242,820

2- Chronic Fatigue, Lyme, Fibromyalgia, etc...

3- The above info from MF from Canada - iow- the ability to use the already in place flagella- (think Lyme - keets- flagella) for Nano whatever per the above info

4- Add to the above the varibles- anything else that the individual may be exposed to- such as Tam Tam's -Rhinosporidium seeberi- http://medtech.cls.msu.edu/faculty/mendoza.html

BTW, Dr Mendoza- the much quoted researcher in the area of Rhinosporidum seeberi, cured the Queens Swans of the disease:


http://www.thamesweb.co.uk/swans/ swa n_p rojectPR03.htm

Excerpt:

Dr.Mendoza found his picture and an article about his contribution
tosaving the lives of some of the Queen's swans. The Queen had provided
swans to Orange Lake Resort & Country Club in Lakeland Florida several
years ago. Dr.Mendoza was consulted when the swans developed what
appeared to be a fungal disease. He diagnosed Rhinosporidiosis and
appropriate treatment was instituted. The story now appears on the
Queen's website.

Dr. Mendoza is best known for his unique expertise on a
fungal-like organism called Pythium insidiosum that causes lethal
infections in horses, dogs, cats and humans. Hehas developed a
treatment, a sort of post-infection vaccine, that is effective in about
70% of infected horses and has some success in other
animals as well.

The patent on this product, and a pending patent on a latex test for
Pythium have been licensed by a start up company that plans to seek USDA
approval for the products and to market them to the veterinary
community.


Oversimplified, but that is the basic outline.

Merry Christmas!
"When you dine with the devil, bring a long spoon."
Machiavelli
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Postby London » Mon Dec 25, 2006 2:59 pm

Wow, thanks a lot JJill. Interesting, I will say that....but I'm sticking to the metallporhyrins, white noise-infrasound fiber theory. Just read so much it is hard to not see it now. (granted, I don't know what 1/2 of it means); but I will go back and read Nadas' and Mrcpvis post. I missed about 3-5 pages due to being gone for the holidays. And Merry Christmas to you too. I value your opinion.

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This is something I found last week and wanted to share it. Re: Space

R e s e a r c h & Te c h n o l o g y R e p o r t 1 9 9

Human Exploration and
Development of Space
NASA/FISK University Center for
Photonic Materials and Devices


Director: Dr. Enrique Silberman
Fisk University
Nashville, TN 37208
Date of Original Award: 1992

INTRODUCTION
The NASA/Fisk University Center aims at performing
research and developing technologies relevant to NASA.s
mission, focusing in the field of photonics. Research in
photonics has made possible the development of new
technologies that have produced revolutionary changes in
communications, computing, robotics, medicine, environmental
control, and many industrial processes
. Additionally,
the potential reputation of the center will attract an
increased number of disadvantaged and underrepresented
students, both graduate and undergraduate, and will motivate
them to pursue careers relevant to the NASA mission.
RESEARCH ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The NASA/Fisk University Center has focused its research
on one of the most promising branches of
photonics.one that produces new materials or improves
the production of known materials, which are the initial
stage of the development of most new advanced technologies.
One research group uses recently developed nanotechnology
methods to produce new materials that contain
inclusions of single atoms or clusters of new atoms.
These materials show surprising new properties, such as
being able to change the color of light beams (which may
increase the capacity of computer memories and compact
disks), and to switch light beams on and off in extremely
short times. This may lead to the development of optical
computers,
which are potentially much faster and more
efficient than electronic ones. Recently, this group has
contributed to resolving a long-standing controversy on
how the clusters change their properties as they grow from
a few atoms to their final size (published in Physical Review,
1996). The research of this group drew attention, which
resulted in five invited talks at national laboratories and
universities and drew new collaborations and financial
support from two NASA Installations: Lewis Research
Center (Photovoltaics) and Marshall Space Flight Center
(Polymer Division).
Another group studies new crystalline materials for the
detection of light, x-rays, and gamma rays. This research
includes purifying the materials, growing the crystals, determining
their physical and chemical properties, and
making and testing detectors. These solid-state detectors
have a wide range of applications in industrial production
control, military equipment, satellite studies of space and
the Earth, and medical diagnostic equipment. This group
was awarded a patent for a noncontact device to measure
the temperature of crystals growing in a sealed glass ampoule,
allowing for a better choice of growth conditions.
Another patent is pending for the measurement of other
growth parameters. Also, this group has delivered to
Marshall Space Flight Center an original instrument for
the ultra-purification of chemicals used in crystal growth.
A collaboration with Goddard Space Flight Center was
started, leading to the testing of laboratory-built x-ray and
gamma ray detectors in Goddard Space Flight Center
balloon flights.
A third group is working with glasses and other optical
materials, which could be used to make new laser sources,
improve information storage technology, and develop
optical sensors. Glasses have the advantage of easily being
formed into whatever shape is required and, in particular,
can be drawn into very thin optical fibers. Some of the
glasses being studied at Fisk can be used to convert infrared
light into visible light, and others are photosensitive
glasses, which can be used to make fiber-optic strain, vibration,
and temperature sensors.
This group has produced
a new glass (Erbium doped-lead-telluriumgermanate),
which efficiently transforms invisible infrared
to green light (usable for better disk memories), and a new
crystal (Vanadium doped-cadmium-sulfer-selenide), which
has the optical properties required for making compact
reversible holographic memories with greater capacity
than anything presently available.
Finally, a fourth group possesses the most modern equipment
for studying the physical structure and chemical
composition of solid surfaces. This enables measurements
to be made up to the limit of locating single atoms, and to
be made in environments from normal atmospheres to
ultra-high vacuum. These techniques provide important
information for the improvement of the fabrication processes
involving solid surfaces, including the extra-thin
multilayers that constitute integrated circuits. They are
also useful in the determination of damage suffered by
equipment components due to their use, exposure to the
environment, and so forth. :shock: :roll: :shock: :evil:
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Postby tamtam » Mon Dec 25, 2006 8:40 pm

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Postby tamtam » Mon Dec 25, 2006 9:31 pm

Bloom of Filamentous Bacteria in a Mesotrophic Lake: Identity and Potential Controlling Mechanism

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl ... tid=522086

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Mineralogical footprints of microbial life -- Douglas 305 (68 ...
Cyanobacteria interact actively with a polymerizing silica solution, ... studied the actual mechanism of silica biomineralization with Calothrix for neutral ...
ajsonline.org/cgi/content/full/305/6-8/503 - Similar pages


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Postby London » Mon Dec 25, 2006 11:05 pm

It's Ms. MSC time....where are you? How is your friend? I do so hope okay today and hope she got to spend time with her children today.

I was thinking of you when I saw this:

A bright future for sol-gel technologies: Market study
BCC


The U.S. market is expected to reach $500 million by 2011 with an AAGR (annual average growth) rate of 8.7% per year from 2006 to 2011.
The global market for sol-gel products in 2006 was $1 billion. This is forecasted to increase to $1.4 billion by 2011 with an AAGR of 6.3% from 2006 to 2011.
In terms of market share, the U.S. has currently about 32% of the world market and is expected to increase this market share by 2011 to 36%.
Optical and electronic applications are the fastest growing market segments from 2006 to 2011, at an annual average growth rate ranging 12% to 15%


http://www.solgel.com/sgnews/templates/ ... 9&zoneid=5

Nadas, Happy Holidays to you, thanks for the porphyrin link 3 pages back. Sorry to just now be seeing it. Skipped town for the holidays here and am catching up. I hope your daughter had a great day as well. Thanks Nadas.
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Postby Sabrina » Tue Dec 26, 2006 3:52 pm

tamtam wrote:Again I like to advise that it is important that people unite, create a legal base and seek litigation.




Hope everyone had a great holiday.


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Postby al » Wed Dec 27, 2006 12:06 am

Yes, I am with Tam Tam, what do we need to do;
to Unite?
It seems to me that we are as disparate a bunch as you'd ever find, but we are all in the same boat.
So, litigation requires cash, or a Pro bono beneficiary from the Law.
Surely there would be a lawyer around to take depositions from people, to Listen and advocate.
A thought, what about that female senator who wrote to the CDC in respect of this?
What about the author, John Grisham, he was a Lawyer.
The point I make is that someone of credibilty, guts and ethics is needed.
Lets talk litigation, I have had polypeptide polymers
up to my ears.
Lets see, 8 years of suppurating lesions, 8 years of criical cynicism from the medicos, 8 years being called crazy, 8 years of working in pain at about 30 % capacity. 8 years of hell.
Lets put the pain and suffering alone at, say US$75k/PA, thats US$600k.
Lets put Loss of earnings at US$35kpa, thatsUS$280k.
Lets put US$200k for disfigurement and say a cool US$1,000,000 for loss of trust and other damages.
So, lets do the sums;US$2,800,000.00
Sounds about right, considering a guy in England at work got a knock to his head, became sexually disinhibited, sought the company of hookers, lost his marriage; he recieved AU$7,500,000.00.

Tam, you could help, by giving us in laymans terms, the etiology, the causative effects, basically a complete, succinct summation of this disorder, as we cannot expect a legal expert to trawl through such a convoluted morass of techno-garble, fear and plain madness.
We need a mission statement, we also need a precis facto document covering A-B, understandable to a layman in medical science
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Postby London » Wed Dec 27, 2006 12:13 am

Glow little glow worm flier fire
Glow like an incandescent wire
Glow for the female of the specie
Turn on the AC and the DC
This night could use a little brightening
Light up your little bug of lightning
When you gotta glow you gotta glow
Glow little glow worm glow

(Glowworm lyrics)

hehehe it just does'nt get any better than this. I'm telling you, what will they think of next?

To PPY18: You mentioned snails a couple of weeks back, as I told you, I would def. look back into it. What I found is that they are using the bioluminescence (sp?) of the red dye from the snail worm. Here are two articles on it. I have not finished this first one yet but it looks like a winner to me....it goes with the quaint lil piece of poetry at the top.

http://www.med.upenn.edu/bmbgrad/Facult ... scence.pdf

and here is the other one specifically about the snail worm. Looks like the chemical society of Japan has this in the semiconductors that fire our computers. Damn and Hell. This sucks rocks.

http://www.chemistry.or.jp/journals/bcs ... c78-7.html

I'm off to read these myself, I hope you find them useful-

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Postby London » Wed Dec 27, 2006 12:26 am

well, as I was reading I came across something called the south american railroad worm. Of course I googled it and got the following from one of the articles.

Basic and Applied Aspects of Color Tuning of Bioluminescence Systems
Yoshihiro Ohmiya*

Research Institute for Cell Engineering, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Light and Control Research Area, PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Agency, 1-8-31 Midorigaoka, Ikeda, Osaka 563-8577, Japan
(Received January 21, 2005; accepted May 22, 2005; published September 8, 2005)

Abstract:
V. Viviani et al. [Biochemistry 38 (1999) 8271] were the first to succeed in cloning the red-emitting enzyme from the South American railroad worm, which is the only bioluminescent organism known to emit a red-colored light. The application of red bioluminescence has been our goal because the transmittance of longer-wavelength light is superior to that of the other colors for visualization of biological functions in living cells. Now, different color luciferases, which emit with wavelength maxima ranging from 400 to 630 nm, are available and are being used. For example, based on different color luciferases, Nakajima et al. developed a tricolor reporter in vitro assay system based on these different color luciferases in which the expression of three genes can be monitored simultaneously. On the other hand, bioluminescence resonance energy transfer (BRET) is a natural phenomenon caused by the intermolecular interaction between a bioluminescent protein and a fluorophore on a second protein, resulting in the light from the bioluminescence reaction having the spectrum of the fluorophore. Otsuji et al. [Anal. Biochem. 329 (2004) 230] showed that the change in the efficiency of energy transfer in intramolecular BRET can quantify cellular functions in living cells. In this review, I introduce the basic mechanisms of color tuning in bioluminescent systems and new applications based on color tuning in the life sciences.

http://jjap.ipap.jp/link?JJAP/44/6368

Then, oh shoot, this one here that I found says a lot too....has the eggs and this type of info in it.....beetle larvae anyone?>???

http://creatures.ifas.ufl.edu/misc/beet ... -worms.htm
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Postby al » Wed Dec 27, 2006 12:40 am

thats it
keep shooting in the dark
just guess guess more info to digest
It's time for this group to demarcate, to actually set some goal, with achievable outcomes
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