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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 11, 2006 8:04 pm

Love the unknownskindisease semiotics
randy ... great font
innocence has become a rare comodity in 21

if this were music Loop it

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Synthetic Biology - Man Made Viruses
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Postby Linn » Fri Aug 11, 2006 8:10 pm

Finaly being believed

"Morgellons Update
Last night on ABC News Prime Time, there was an update on Morgellon's syndrome. We have contacted the Centers for Disease Control and been told that they do not yet consider Morgellon's a disease, but they are making a serious study of the syndrome and expect to release more information within a matter of weeks.

Sufferers experience slowly growing neurological deficits and expel black specks and fibers from their bodies. So far, studies of these fibers have not supported the current assumption within the medical community that this is a psychological disease. The fibers are composed of cellulose, but are not identifiable as any known form of fiber.

This does not mean that they are a completely unknown form, but only that the hundred thousand different fibers known to be in the environment that have been cataloged do not provide a match.

The human body does not have the capacity to produce cellulose in any known manner. Thus, even if these fibers are the residue of some sort of parasite, the way that they are being produced remains a mystery.

Because people living in close contact seem to be getting the disease, there is the danger that it is contagious. However, it also seems to move very slowly, and there is no evidence of aggressive contagion.

Not enough is known, and therefore we cannot offer any recommendations about how to protect from it or prevent it, but we are watching the progress of this story carefully, because it is beginning to appear more like this is a genuine disease, and less like it is psychological"

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Postby London » Fri Aug 11, 2006 9:12 pm

I was snooping around the CDC's website and fell upon this here. uh, wonder why they never mentioned this to us?

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol9no2/02-0222.htm and here is more:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... t=Abstract
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now, I just found out it is from the tobacco hornworm! This is the insect that the parasitoid wasp does a number on!!

Insects Implicated In The Evolution Of New Human Infectious Diseases

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 120719.htm

I have been trying to tell you guys about the ricsettsia diseases, in which they now call all of them the Bartonellas:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 084711.htm

Lice Join Ticks As Possible Disease Carriers
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 182844.htm
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Postby southcity » Fri Aug 11, 2006 9:42 pm

Florida

Biologycal Hazard - North-America

Event summary
GLIDE Number BH-20060809-7096-USA
Event type Biologycal Hazard Date / time 09/08/2006 - 07:57:14 (Military Time, UTC)
Country USA Area Sanibel Island area
County / State Florida City -
Cause of event Unknow Log date 09/08/2006 - 07:57:14 (Military Time, UTC)
Damage level Heavy Time left -
Latitude: N 26° 25.528 Longitude: W 82° 7.519
Number of deaths: Not or Not data Number of injured persons: Not or Not data
Evacuated: - Infected -
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DESCRIPTION
A rare type of toxic algae is washing up along Sanibel Island's shoreline and scientists have recently identified it as lyngbia. In some parts of the world, lyngbia is known to be cancerous. Scientists now have to figure out if that is the type of strain washing up in our local waters. Scientists say they don't like touching lyngbia with a 10 foot pole let alone with their hands because the algae is known to cause both rashes and blisters. Researcher Eric Berris is shocked that the algae has washed up onto Sanibel Island. "It's definitely not good on sea grass blades," said Berris. Unfortunately, it is even worse for the marine life and potentially devastating for people. Lyngbia is formed from an unusual combination of nutrients. Scientists are familiar with the algae's past outbursts in Australia. "Fisherman in Australia have gotten rashes and blisters on their hands from handling it a lot. Scientists have identified several tumor compounds," said Berris. The tumor compounds Berris spoke of means the algae has been known to cause cancer in fish and in humans. The scientists have already taken local samples to North Carolina for further study. "There has been a research team here recently trying to figure out if the same tumor producing compounds are present in our local strain," said Berris. Large collections of the strain have been found all over the island. Berris says the algae can cause your mucus membranes and your eyes to become swollen and red. Scientists hope to find out exactly what they are dealing with in a few weeks which is when the first report on the algae is due back. http://visz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_re ... s&lang=eng




California

Biologycal Hazard - North-America

Event summary
GLIDE Number BH-20060809-7094-USA
Event type Biologycal Hazard Date / time 09/08/2006 - 05:35:02 (Military Time, UTC)
Country USA Area Siskiyou County - Copco / Iron Gate Reservoirs
County / State California City Happy Camp
Cause of event Unknow Log date 09/08/2006 - 05:35:02 (Military Time, UTC)
Damage level Heavy Time left -
Latitude: N 41° 56.167 Longitude: W 122° 26.023
Number of deaths: Not or Not data Number of injured persons: Not or Not data
Evacuated: - Infected -
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DESCRIPTION
A recent analysis of water samples from Copco and Iron Gate Reservoirs reveal extremely high levels of the toxic blue-green algae Microcystis aeruginosa which produces a compound known to cause liver failure and promote tumor growth. http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_re ... 4&lang=eng


Florida

Biologycal Hazard - North-America

Event summary
GLIDE Number BH-20060805-7040-USA
Event type Biologycal Hazard Date / time 05/08/2006 - 05:44:40 (Military Time, UTC)
Country USA Area Charlotte / Saratosa County
County / State Florida City -
Cause of event Unknow Log date 05/08/2006 - 05:44:40 (Military Time, UTC)
Damage level Moderate Time left -
Latitude: N 26° 57.091 Longitude: W 82° 23.254
Number of deaths: Not or Not data Number of injured persons: Not or Not data
Evacuated: - Infected -
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DESCRIPTION
A persistent red tide bloom that has been killing fish off Fort Myers since July has spread north to Charlotte and Sarasota counties. Swaths of dead fish stretched along the high-tide line on some beaches in those counties. Officials have issued advisories warning of red tide's first major return to the area this year. Water samples taken earlier this week show concentrations of the microscopic algae high enough to kill fish and cause breathing problems in people at many area beaches. Red tide is notorious for ruining beach days, not only because it litters shorelines with rotting sea life, but because it also makes even healthy people cough.Last year's red tide outbreak killed tons of fish and marine mammals, which then decayed and created oxygen-starved dead zones off the beaches of Florida's west coast. http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert_re ... 0&lang=eng
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Postby Barz » Fri Aug 11, 2006 10:45 pm

Southcity,

I sense forshadowing. This is what is going to be leaked out slowly? When is that Ft. Lauderdale meeting? Thank you for your observations.
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Aug 11, 2006 10:59 pm

south city took it up a notch.
tam tam, thank you.
your academics hard core.

it could have taken a lot longer. hell i could almost thank Opec for assisted economic acupuncture... these draconian imps would take
an eon if they could as long as we are in the dark feeding them profits .


computer extends the light away from
the shadow those whos very life the envelope submits
by what device may they see in the dark?
or rather :
can a multi-human entity armed with
Computum sensing form a macro entity
to smite the gargantuan at the gate .

we need real time tools so... ... .. .

http://137.229.36.30/cgi-bin/all-sky/image-browser.cgi
HAARP Quad All-Sky Imager

http://helios.izmiran.troitsk.ru/cosray/minutes.htm
Moscow Neutron Monitor - 1-minute data

http://www.elfrad.com/data2.htm

ELFRAD

if they dont shut down the net the image of the beast will be clear
so in the opening scene a DAKA played the "dweller on the threshold"
by "KAMEA these square KHABS AM PEKHT" into light they step bound by squares a circle is broken .. . where is a good bhodisattva when you need one?


-READY!
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Postby Skytroll » Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:14 am

Hey London and Nadus,

What do we know about Bacillus amyloliquefaciens?

Following up on Londons post:
http://www.emedicine.com/derm/topic891.htm

I found this which I do not remember it ever hitting the news as L-Tryptophan being a problem because of an inserted bacterium called:

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Toxic L-tryptophan: Shedding Light on a Mysterious Epidemic
by William E. Crist
Introduction: Was Genetic Engineering the Cause of Contaminated L-tryptophan and the EMS Epidemic?

Knowing my long-standing interest in food purity issues, a friend in California suggested in 1996 that I look into the cause of the tragic eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome (EMS) epidemic that had struck seven years earlier. The outbreak was traced to consumption of L-tryptophan food supplements produced by a Japanese company using genetically engineered (GE) bacteria. Exactly what role biotechnology played in the contamination of the supplement was hotly debated. After thousands of hours of self-sponsored research, I believe I can shed some light on that issue.

I began by interviewing representatives of all the interested parties, including many EMS patients, scientists, attorneys involved in the litigations, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). I was generally met with courtesy and cooperation. I discovered sincere differences of opinion among scientists about the possible causes of the contamination that led to the EMS epidemic, and some interesting facts about biotechnology. My follow-up questions — particularly to government agencies about its own findings and about the "problem with the purification process" — generated obvious discomfort. Suddenly, agency personnel to whom I had spoken were "out of the country," would not reply to my emails and/or letters, and in one instance I was told that a CDC spokesperson refused to talk to me and had "referred the matter to their attorney."

Similarly, my several Freedom of Information Act requests were essentially denied, sending me irrelevant information or saying the information requested was proprietary, i.e., trade secret of the manufacturer. Later, I learned from an attorney that the proprietary period had expired, so again I made an FOIA request for specific agency reports. Again I came to a stonewall. An FOIA spokesperson told me that the authors of the reports were no longer with the agency. I listed at least four scientists who were still there, but the FOIA representative simply repeated they were "no longer there" — as if unable to deviate from following a script. This left me with the distinct feeling that FOIA requests are a waste of time on closely guarded issues unless you are a major media journalist or otherwise have the clout to back them up. No matter, in this case, that scores had died from EMS and thousands had been left in various degrees of debility.

I quickly realized that the government agencies were caught between two conflicting mandates: both regulating and promoting biotechnology — and that the latter seemed to have the higher priority.

This review covers both the results of my research and the process of getting to those results. The FDA's and CDC's sudden stonewalling made my work more difficult than it needed to be — and made it clear that they preferred to leave all this "a mystery" rather than to investigate seriously all of the factors that led to the epidemic. I invite a careful reading of the facts that I was able to extract from the parts of the L-tryptophan mess that they weren't able to completely sweep under the carpet."..........


And the next article tells of this bacterium:

Showa Denko K.K. is the fourth largest petrochemical manufacturer in Japan. In December 1981, at its Oita complex, the company began construction of a new plant to manufacture L-tryptophan food supplement.

On December 14, 1982, Showa Denko received a U.S. patent (#4,363,875) for its L-tryptophan production process using a novel mutant microorganism, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain IAM 1521, obtained from the Institute of Applied Microbiology, University of Tokyo.5 A mutant of this parent strain was developed by Showa Denko as Strain I, and was used from the start of production on December 16, 1982 to October 22, 1984, when Strain II was introduced.5

Strain II was the first of several genetically engineered—recombinant DNA—strains of the parent bacterium used by the company to bolster L-tryptophan yields (see table of genetic modifications).6 Strain III was used in commercial production from February 23, 1986 to November 21, 1988; Strain IV from November 22 to December 25, 1988 and Strain V from December 26, 1988 until November 21, 1989,7 when production ceased following news of the L-tryptophan-linked epidemic in America.

So, to have this buried by the agencies involved, shows that has been done in the past, and does it continue to be done?

Well,.......well...........

However, this is being used in other areas:

WASTEWATER TREATMENT
http://www.roebictechnologyinc.com/roetechbact.shtml

BEVERAGES:
http://www.genewatch.org/article.shtml?als[cid]=396423&als[itemid]=537449

Interesting indeed. Now, to look more into the protein or enzyme and what this all entails.

It is used in many other manners.

Will look for a image of it.

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Postby London » Sat Aug 12, 2006 4:00 am

South,

Thank you for the links. Has this not been going on in the floridian waters for a while now? I thought that girl that used to post on Lymebusters named SouthernDrawl' used to write about it....but nevertheless, thanks.


Skytroll, wow, so what do you think? I think the foods; especially the raw foods are a helluva lot worse than they are telling us. This world is turned upside down and we will be seeing flies everywhere and huge insects by 2010 I bet.....thanks for those links.
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Postby nettimo » Sat Aug 12, 2006 5:00 am

Message to tamtam:
In response to your posting with link by Mr. Bartz to pubmedcentral re. unsual fungal and pseudofungal infections of humans, I am extremely EXCITED about the reference to Pythiosis insidiosi. I have been photographing various fibers/worms/?plant material,etc. through a microscope, since I began having mysterious symptoms in May (after inhaling a tiny gnat or mayfly from an old bag of licorice root mulch). This description most closely resembles photos I have taken from my shower stall/drain, as well as my observations of hair and grass involvement. (The parasitologist I finally got to see practically threw me out of his office when I brought hair and grass samples.)

I am a nurse who in past few months have been observing this morgellons process in myself in various bodily fluids as well as on/in my skin, mucosa (nares, mouth, and down south). I have also found similar unusual specimens on my sink, toilet, shower stall, drains, dogs's water bowl and urine and tonight see pinhole skin lesion on my dog's ear exactly like I have seen on myself. I have lots of photos I would like to send somewhere for review. (Not the usual lint type specimens; mine are under higher power of structures on these specimens, etc.) Some show hairlike structures with filaments and plantlike material wrapped around each other, etc. I also have some observations I have not seen described but I see repeatedly and would like to contribute to the discussion.
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?Re. Bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Postby nettimo » Sat Aug 12, 2006 6:25 am

Reply to Skytroll:
This is an addendum also to my comment to tamtam above re. ?Pythiosis insidiosi as well as re.? bioengineered bacillus.

My recent and bizarre symptoms followed a close encounter with a moldy, gnat-infested bag of past-season Licorice Root Mulch, with a blocked caption on the bag stating something like, "This product contains COLORED particles which are added benefit to plants and especially soil." (My emphasis.)

After a swarm of fungus gnats flew in my face and up my nose, I had an outbreak of scores of paired "fibers" (one longer blue, one short red) crawling out of my nose and onto my face, for weeks afterward. I am left with this nasal/facial infection of itching specks and fibers, especially after I eat. I still have these initial paired "fibers, which I assumed were parasitic,captured on pages of scotch tape. The organisms eminating from my nose during this initial outbreak moved from inside, then outside my nose, onto my face, landing on my arms at times and causing pinhole lesions. I observed them through a handheld microscope at first, either on the tape, or after brushing them off lightly onto a white piece of paper. They were barely visible to the naked eye, but remarkably similar and paired, which I assumed was required for reproduction after they "relocated." I have been observing them since. I have enclosed one photo of a tiny wasp found in my bathroom sink, then leading me to think "hairworm." So many disguises.
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Postby RANDY » Sat Aug 12, 2006 10:52 am

So people..after 279 posts can anyone give me a 1-2-3-4-5-6 list of what you have concluded thus far to be factual and how you are proving it?

I am dead serious here.

Anyone?

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Postby RANDY » Sat Aug 12, 2006 10:55 am

And please make it understandable to us unedumakated types. No cryptic.highly scientific talk please.

What is it? Where does it come from? How did it get here? Can it be cured? Who made it? Why did they make it? And will it kill all of us?

Thanks! "Dying" to hear your answers. Will try to stay alive till then.

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