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Postby London » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:35 am

AND CHECK THIS ONE OUT RE: GLOBAL wARMING

http://theconnexion.net/wp/?cat=8
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Postby Barz » Mon Jan 30, 2006 2:11 pm

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critical temperature

Postby southcity » Mon Jan 30, 2006 3:43 pm

thanks, but even though global warming is an issue, the article above was refering to the critical temps pertaining to tanned chitin.
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Postby southcity » Mon Jan 30, 2006 3:52 pm

to ukguy and others... Until the press begins giving this more attention he will not speed up the posting of info. also, if he knew of a cure, it would already be available. these are preliminary findings of which are very certain, but to find a cure is going to be a long bumpy road and require a huge "army" of scientists. I suggest pounding the press on this issue as well as sending out the certified letters discussed before in this thread.

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Postby J Jill » Mon Jan 30, 2006 4:42 pm

"Army of scientists" or one with focus?
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Postby southcity » Mon Jan 30, 2006 4:53 pm

to ukguy and others... Until the press begins giving this more attention he will not speed up the posting of info. also, if he knew of a cure, it would already be available. these are preliminary findings of which are very certain, but to find a cure is going to be a long bumpy road and require a huge "army" of scientists. I suggest pounding the press on this issue as well as sending out the certified letters discussed before in this thread.

take care,
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Postby London » Mon Jan 30, 2006 7:10 pm

Barz,

Wow, great find. I do not have time to read it now, but I will this evening.

It looks great! HAS NAYONE HEARD FROM YYZ OR SEEN HIM POST?????
i'M KIND OF WORRIED ABOUT HIM,


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Postby RANDY » Mon Jan 30, 2006 7:36 pm

FROM A SCIENTIFIC EXPERT.


I am only sorry that I could not be more helpful. Unfortunately there are many infections and diseases that we know precious little about.

The good thing is that emerging technologies provide exploratory avenues that are cost-effective, so that it will be feasible to get a scientific
handle on at least some poorly understood syndromes within the next ~5 years.

As a scientific person, I am sure you appreciate that a little scientific insight can point quite directly toward therapeutics.

I am not certain if you have a this specific type of background, but the general area of "meta-genomics" is the technology that I am enthusiastic about and I am just cheering from the sidelines.

But the key idea of general utility is that one studies non-cultivatable organisms through their genetic fingerprints. This is very neat, and will solve all sorts of things in our lifetimes in my view.

I read the first few statements that you provided from the website and they sound like the ravings of a lunatic. A few explanations follow:

> The fiber disease constitutes an infection with a genetically modified quorum sensing stem cell related micro organism.

These are a bunch of interesting terms thrown together into a meaningless morass. Stem cells are from multicellular creatures, like us.

Microorganisms are typically unicellular. There is no such thing as a stem cell related microorganism.

And probably all microorganisms are capable of quorum sensing. So the statement is really gibberish.

> Basically the organism represents a cyano bacterium that knows a stage > as a giant cell and as a mold.

This sort of metamorphosis is unprecedented. And molds come from a different kingdom from cyanobacteria.

> Diversification resulting in specialized organisms (cell)> takes place by shaft, giant cell and by fission of cocci resembling > micro organisms.

I have never heard of these sorts of interactions. But the key red flag for me (up and down the page) is that there is no citation for experimental evidence in a peer-reviewed publication. Now as everyone knows even peer-reviewed stuff can be wrong or fabricated - like the stem cell fabrication out of Korea last year.

But without peer-reviewed experimental evidence, there is no reason to believe any statement.

So be careful with that web site.
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Postby C3 » Mon Jan 30, 2006 8:42 pm

United Kingdom elbow related/

Sincerely,



Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: Pathologic quiz case ...Olecranon bursitis due to Prototheca wickerhamii, an algal opportunistic pathogen. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. 1995;14:561-562. ...
http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/ mi_qa3725/is_200103/ai_n8940545 - 34k - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby London » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:32 pm

Okay TAMTAM

I posted you about P.W. on the first day in the Mo. of December!!!!
see in box below:

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But let’s take a look at these..Tam Tam, I hope your
with me. I do like your feedback. First let’s look at:

************Prototheca wickerhamii**************

Prototheca is an achlorophyllic mutant of the green alga Chlorella.

And this brings me to my favorite: WOOD & CELLULOSE the building
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Now, What's wrong with this picture? Do you need our help? Well we need yours too but c'mon and give me a break here.

Please respond. You're beginning to make me think evil; Just like
that evil Dr. Venture that holds the patent to the HIV virus.

You once said you had the blueprint right in front of you......So break it out!

Your Friend,

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Postby ukguy » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:33 pm

southcity wrote:to ukguy and others... Until the press begins giving this more attention he will not speed up the posting of info. also, if he knew of a cure, it would already be available. these are preliminary findings of which are very certain, but to find a cure is going to be a long bumpy road and require a huge "army" of scientists. I suggest pounding the press on this issue as well as sending out the certified letters discussed before in this thread.

take care,


Hi South,

I do understand there is no cure and there's a long road ahead.
I've been trying to talk to Microbiologists in the country in an attempt
to raise some awareness and maybe open a few doors. I don't want
to bombard as many people as I can at this stage since new information
is still being posted by TamTam - and perhaps one chance is all I'll
get to make my point. First impressions count.

I'm frustrated at the response I've had from some people I've spoken
with (Microbiologists) and I guess I was taking some of that out on TamTam, in the belief that he had more information that could help with the bigger picture.

Just had a bad day I guess :)

I'll keep at it...

Cheers
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Postby ukguy » Mon Jan 30, 2006 10:36 pm

C3 wrote:United Kingdom elbow related/

Sincerely,



Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: Pathologic quiz case ...Olecranon bursitis due to Prototheca wickerhamii, an algal opportunistic pathogen. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. 1995;14:561-562. ...
http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/ mi_qa3725/is_200103/ai_n8940545 - 34k - Cached - Similar pages


C3

Thank you ;)
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