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Postby southcity » Sun Jul 09, 2006 7:25 am

Thanks London, I do remember you saying something about it, I think anyway. You have posted so much. :lol: LOL If you dig in a little deeper you will see that SLE(systemic lupus), and primarily ALS and parkinsons disease appear to be what we can probably expect.:( ive tested for negative for HIV
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 7:38 am

Well, systemic Lupus and parkinson's are both good and bad news to me...

It is good, b/c It's beats the hell out of HIV! It is bad, because If I do have that I could've gotten 125-170 thousand dollars for it! Silicone Breast implant settlement suit.....it all had to be turned it by June 1st of this summer. Since I had not got Lupus diagnosed and down on paper,

I setteled for their cheesy 2000.00! So glad your HIV was negative!
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 7:40 am

Holy S!

OMG, I just re-read South's post....ALS.....you mean Lou Gerrigs Disease// i.e., Tuesdays with Morrie??? NFWay.....oh God no.....
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Postby London » Sun Jul 09, 2006 7:57 am

Still South and All,

I agree that C3 does mean compliment system, but there is other meanings for C-3, just like what south posted on previously, and also

here is something I found earlier today.....i do not really undertand it but then again, I think it's worth trying to understand it......

It talks of how sunlight can change something from C3 into a C4 organism! Hell, that sounds like maybe someone did let something escape from the lab.

But here is what i do know....the Ag Dept released a gm organism into those three states that has both, the highest Morg patients and the highest HIV or Aids patients........here is my earlier post:

I think it is saying that C-3 with the aid of sunlight can turn into a C-4 species.....but I don't know.

Hartuk, are you available to help us?

http://www.co2science.org/scripts/CO2Sc ... fine_c.jsp
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Postby canalon » Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:59 pm

Sunlight do NOT change C3 plants in C4 plants. Even if evolutionnary speaking the C4 system evolved from the C3 some 50 or 60 millions year ago (as said in your link) it is not an ongong process.
Just for being complete here C3/C4 is intented to give the number of carbon molecules (noted C in chemistry) in the molecule fixing CO2 during the first step of photosynthesis.
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Postby Skytroll » Sun Jul 09, 2006 2:34 pm

Canalon,

Where does the nitrogen-fixing come in? And I do not believe it is from phosphorus that is from fertilizer, It cannot cover huge lakes.

What do you think the aerosol operation is about?

Sunlight is needed for photosynthesis, right?

What if nitrogen-fixing is going on due to low oxygen?

Does that make cyanobacteria grow?

Just a few questions, you maybe could help me with?

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Postby hartuk » Sun Jul 09, 2006 5:50 pm

Hello All,

I have thought about this for some time and wondered if anybody has views relating to this potential Catch22.
Many skin moisturisers contain lipids C11 and C12 which are obtained from Blue/Green Algae.
Further, Dermatophytes and other members of the mould/yeast/fungus groups thrive on these two lipids.
For example, Olive Oil contains C11 & C12 lipids, Coconut Oil too.
In fact, I would say that certain moisturisers made my skin worse, and contributed to my skin thickening and pallor.
Other skin products contain Salicylic Acid which is a skin irritant.
So, a scenario, first irritate the skin with surfectants and Salycilic Acid, then treat with soothing moisturiser containing C11 C12, which of course works.
But at the same time a ready meal is provided for any resident Dermatophyte or Mold.
Relating to flowers, The Dutch are masters at modifying the genetic code of plants.
For instance the black tulip.
Is this type of research undertaken at the Prins Maurits Lab too, I wonder.


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Postby RANDY » Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:17 pm

ITALY!! WHOOP! WHOOOP! WHOOOP! WHOOP!!!!

Just to add a does of some reality to these speculations.
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Postby RANDY » Sun Jul 09, 2006 10:18 pm

dose...dyslexic typing
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Postby 1arrow » Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:27 am

London,

There have been doctors curing HIV/AIDS complex with Ozone therapy. One doctor had 318 documented cases. They (FEDs) destroyed his clinic an put him in jail.

I recently met a physician who cured about 4 cases with ozone. There are doctors in Germany who use it for HIV, as well as Africa. There were a group of HIV positive men in San Francisco who chipped in together and bought ozone equipement and shared it to cure their disease.

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Postby canalon » Mon Jul 10, 2006 3:09 am

Skytroll wrote:Canalon,

Where does the nitrogen-fixing come in? And I do not believe it is from phosphorus that is from fertilizer, It cannot cover huge lakes.

What do you think the aerosol operation is about?

Sunlight is needed for photosynthesis, right?

What if nitrogen-fixing is going on due to low oxygen?

Does that make cyanobacteria grow?

Just a few questions, you maybe could help me with?

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Sorry I probably missed one of your post, but which nitrogen fixing are you talking about? But pollution due to fertilizer can cover huge lakes, depends on the intensity of contamination. sometines green blooming is observed in ocean next to a river bording agricultural land, and providing excess Nitrogen and phosphorus. For the lakes, look up eutrophisation (sp?)

What aerosol operation :?:

Yes photosynthesis requires light (hence the photo), usually sunlight, but a lightbulb can do (as in some illegal city growing operations...)

Back to eutrophisation. It is usually not a good thing.

As for cyanobacteria, no idea, but they probbaly enjoy light and free nitrogen, when available. They probably multiply like hell or (h)algae ;) and contribute to eutrphisation.
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Postby Skytroll » Mon Jul 10, 2006 4:47 am

Thanks Canalon,

Have looked into that, some dessertification came first I think. Oh well, all that environmental stuff.

Science is quite scientific. Ha ha.

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