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Postby C3 » Wed Jan 11, 2006 7:44 pm

informative:

quorum sensing/ insects

PDF] Quorum sensing during nest-site selection by honeybee swarms
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Nest-site selection · Quorum sensing · Swarming. Introduction. In the swarm-founding
species of social insects—those in. which colonies are initiated by ...
bees.ucr.edu/reprints/bes56.pdf - Similar pages
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Postby London » Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:05 pm

Mr. Hirsch, Oh, hello. I did not PM you due to the fact that I can't remember the name thus far. I do know that it began wth the letter H, and is of course, German.

FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM

Agent Green-anthrax , Dried Anthrax spores on paper can survive for 41 years. Rule of Five, the protein-kinase, barley, gene translocation,
Kaldor, Genesis, liver-specific , Kretz-Remy

many many more...

The US Government is getting away with it by manipulating the "wording"
Word in reference: Weeds....
The Coco plant, the poppy ( Tam's reference to ornamental plants)
...we are killing innocent people in Columbia!!! All other countries would not sign it. Why?
Clinton sure did not sign it! But oh yes, the Bush team is sneaky.
It's about Drug Eradification. We are spraying them with aerosols, Nerve agents, Fusarium Oxysporum.

To be continued................


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Postby C3 » Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:05 pm

The Sum of the Parts: Science News Online, Dec. 10, 2005... genes from a killer bacterium or virus into a deadly new design. ... Modeling a synthetic multicellular clock: Repressilators coupled by quorum sensing. ...
http://www.sciencenews.org/articles/20051210/bob9.asp - 49k - 9 Jan 2006 - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby London » Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:11 pm

Already had it saved.

They are putting it into our drugs!!

Protein Kinase.......Cancer is something that has many targets....

So, we have seen that invaluable techniques such as genetic engineering, hybridoma technology, and modern forms of monoclonal antibody manufacture allow for the efficient production of naturally occurring immune proteins in a pure enough form for therapeutic applications. These technologies and their products are expected to continue to play pivotal roles in cancer immunotherapy.

London

So, what do we do, what can we do? It's all about the Money.
They used the rice plant. More vocabulary......Farben, Bayer.....

I ask of you- Is there any instructions you may have? PLEASE PM ME IF YOU CARE TO DO SO.

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Postby London » Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:36 pm

TamTam,

In reference to your post on insects: Honeybees/ants.

I sincerely am asking you what to do next. Should I continue to post more or would you prefer me to wait?

Power between the worl'd two most improtant mammals for
Drug Discovery................................Man and Mouse.

London

So, Anthrax and some GM products too.

More Vocabulary: Population Management, Cb, German businessmen

38 tons was it or 15,000 gallons? I can't remember exactly but I will look it up to be correct.

The reports say Fusarium does not hurt and is indigenous to Columbia but that's NOT TRUE. See:

THE PRINCIPAL CRITICISMS IN THIS AND OTHER REPORTING ON FUSARIUM ARE THE FOLLOWING:

CONTRARY TO USG ASSERTIONS THAT FUSARIUM IS "NATURAL" AND INDIGENOUS TO COLOMBIA, IN FACT IT WAS "DISCOVERED BY CHANCE," HAS NEVER BEEN TESTED IN THIS ENVIRONMENT, AND MUTATES EASILY; IT WILL HENCE DESTROY THE ENVIRONMENT. SOMETIMES STATED IN VENEZUELAN REPORTING IS THE IDEA THAT THE FUNGUS WILL, QUICKLY FIND ITS WAY ACROSS THE BORDER AND ATTACK VENEZUELA AS WELL.

..................it mutates too.
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Postby Chirality » Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:22 pm

Call me Chiral by all means.

So, you say two things that are of extreme interest to me.
One being where this F. oxy might pass right thru to neighboring countries.
Two, you say they put it in the drugs? Which drugs?

Can you pleae post more information on this? Can you Tam Tam?

Can anyone help me to find this information?

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Postby London » Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:44 pm

PEMPHIGUS VULGARIS- the chameleon TamTam was referring to??


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Oh, I'm sorry chiral. What drugs? Many I believe. But this is what I'm thinking will happen. I can just see it now- they, the Gov't Control, will say....." It was a bad or an allergic reaction to the drug. " I sincerely think that's what will happen.

Also, maybe we all took the same bad batch of something to give us Morgellons. Chiral, I do believe Prednisone is one of them.....

Also, here is something that I have beenholding back on for a very longtime:METHOD OF DESIGNING DRUGS THROUGH REVERSE POLYMORPHISM OF TARGET GENES BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION !
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Postby London » Thu Jan 12, 2006 12:27 am

Enterococci are the focus of increasing academic and clinical research, because of their importance as agents in nosocomial infections which are frequently refractory to many commonly used antimicrobial agents (1-3). To facilitate studies on the pathogenic and drug resistance mechanisms associated with enterococcal infection, techniques for the efficient introduction of exogenous DNA have been developed.

Sincerely,

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Postby ukguy » Thu Jan 12, 2006 1:11 am

C3 wrote:informative:

quorum sensing/ insects

PDF] Quorum sensing during nest-site selection by honeybee swarms
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
Nest-site selection · Quorum sensing · Swarming. Introduction. In the swarm-founding
species of social insects—those in. which colonies are initiated by ...
bees.ucr.edu/reprints/bes56.pdf - Similar pages


TamTam: Is this is in reply to questions raised by Cilla / myself..?

If so then thank you. However the method used here is quite different yes?

Thanks
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Postby London » Thu Jan 12, 2006 3:04 am

UkGUY and all,

Just now saw your message-sorry. First symptoms( the big, vivid ones) were basically just like a scene from a Stephen King movie or something from the X files.....Weirdo stuff appearing in my home. I.E., on a large mirror in my bath area, 13-15 protozoa looking objects appeared and just stayed there. I'd say it covered about 6 feet of space.Each was anywhere from 1/2 " to 4" in length. Then stinging sensations. I saw a couple of clear fibers piercing thru the air headed straight for me. When it touched my skin there was a prick-like shot feeling and then I was able to watch this invisible thing grab more skin and gather it up. Just like one would sew something. Then the 2" long thing would stretch itself out under my skin and the skin that was underneath this "thing" would elevate about 1/4" up- it was ike it was sitting on top of some pedestal. Various other shapes and forms taking place in my home that weekend. hope this helps...and you?

I meant to post this earlier....
BATRACHOCHYTRIUM dendrobatidis. It is a non-hyphal parasitic chytrid fungus that causes chytryiomycosis ( a disease of the skin) in amphibians and grows soley with KERATINISED CELLS. oNE THING THAT i BELIEVE IS PART OF OUR mORG'S dISEASE IS THE XENOPUS(sp?) which is the Frog.

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Postby ukguy » Thu Jan 12, 2006 4:20 am

Hi London and thanks for the reply...

I'm still not sure what the hell I have.....but the symptoms I've
experienced so far seem mostly dissimilar to yours..

Mine started with the crawling sensations in bed at night but I could
actually hear things moving on the sheets and on and around me.
This kind of progressed until I was itching during the day..somedays
just a few occurrences, some days very intense - these are the days
that I see people around me affected moreso as well. I began to
notice that people in my company (clients, friends, relatives) would
be itching also and this has led to many awkward moments - I've
witnessed this too many times for it to be coincidence...

The symptoms for me where somewhat like scabies (from what I've
read) but I've never had any red bemps or bites appear. Occasionally
I can see a feint red rash on my skin, that's all. And of course scabies
doesn't spread so quickly.....I've met someone for the first time and
witnessed them scratch for the whole of the meeting and this has started
in the first couple of minutes. So I was now affecting people around me
somehow....

I found this thread recently it kind of struck a chord with me
like nothing I'd read before....like I say...I still don't know
what is going on in my case but I'm determined to find out.

Thanks London and best of luck!

UKGuy..
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Hello and thanks for joining the discussion, Chiral.

Postby wheresthebeef » Thu Jan 12, 2006 8:22 am

Chirality wrote:Call me Chiral by all means.

So, you say two things that are of extreme interest to me.
One being where this F. oxy might pass right thru to neighboring countries.
Two, you say they put it in the drugs? Which drugs?

Can you pleae post more information on this? Can you Tam Tam?

Can anyone help me to find this information?

Chiral



As far as the drugs I would bet on any of the amphetamines and quite a few if not all antidepressants. Just a hunch.
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