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Postby Skytroll » Sat Dec 09, 2006 1:57 am

Doe ray me........


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Postby Deena » Sat Dec 09, 2006 3:36 am

RANDY wrote:Re; Dead scientists..they did not die all in one week..it was over like 15 years....could have been natural...some were rather old....no one ever states that though. Does not make for a good conspiracy theory.


ACTUALLY, SINCE 911...12 HAVE DIED...MURDERED...WHATEVER
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Postby Deena » Sat Dec 09, 2006 3:46 am

:?:

A little while back, I dunno think July or so, I couldn't post, for some reason but I recall when you were on the hamster subject and you guys wondered how many of us had them?

I didn't follow up after that because I moved and down went the computer for awhile. When it was back up and running, the whole thing slipped my mind (as slippery as it can be).

I did, however keep the little dude in the garage. I was just in the process of cleaning his cage, and gave him a bath. He has 2 black sores, one on each side. Something funky was also growing in his hair (he's one of those long haired types). I cut it off, it's in a plastic cup but can anyone recall what you had suspected? That growth thing, I swear resembled that Drosophila thing, too.

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Postby Skytroll » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:01 am

When you are down, pinch yourself.

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Postby Skytroll » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:05 am

White hair, is bleached and eyes are glazed.

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Postby Deena » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:20 am

Hey J Jill! The flouride thing~Yeah, I was just reading about it the other day. You don't suppose it's the same flouride that they prescribe our little ones on, do you? They classify it more under a vitamin type thing.
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Postby Deena » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:23 am

Skytroll wrote:Deena,

Yes to white hairs, that seem dead.

Yes to fungus or algae, looks like a bloom to me.

Has branches, and a sort of bursting bloom at end.

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Thanks, skytroll. :roll:
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Postby Maggie Mae » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:26 am

Would "goldenhead" be similar? I honestly think this is what has been tested in us (both types) and I would like to know the name of the "independent company" manufacturing them (per article)


Unlike the critter chips, the ICS Biosensor, as Cornell calls the device, does not use life itself. Instead it lays an artifical cell membrane atop a gold electrode. The membrane functions like a wall with many gates. Each gate is controlled by a molecule that, like some spiteful doorman, closes the passage when it runs into a particular target molecule. To detect digoxin, a heart medication, Cornell attached to the gates compounds that bind to the drug. When it is present, the gates swing shut, electrical flow from one side of the membrane to the other slows, and the electrode registers a change in impedance. Importantly, the change is proportional to the amount of drug in the sample.
So is cost. Current affinity sensors cost $100,000 or more. The ICS Biosensor, Cornell claims, should be about 10,000-fold cheaper. In fact, manufacturing appears straightforward, he says: "The process is to take a gold-coated electrode and dip it into several solutions. All the layers of chemicals that make it work simply self-assemble." Cornell reckons that the chips should cost just a few dollars each once they go into mass production

Ellen Goldman of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, decided to try these antibodies as biosensors.

NAVAL ORDER OF THE UNITED STATES
Post Office Box 2714, Merrifield, VA 22116-2714

NUSPA
P. O. Box 2383
Merrifield, VA 22116 - 2383 (remember them???)

http://fermat.nap.edu/openbook.php?reco ... 27&page=66

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Postby Doc44 » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:40 am

NUSPA????????

What does Jayne Bob Lois have to do with these sensors. Why was the NUSPA address included.

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Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmm?
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Postby Maggie Mae » Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:57 am

Probably nothin....



I guess Merrifield is a big city....

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Postby London » Sat Dec 09, 2006 5:06 am

why great post there Skygod.....ligand yes, enzymes in mouth yes,
wheat fungus yes> or a synthetic fungus of something. Fibre optics making our bodies light up like lil flash lights....we will never go dark.

Just like one of those hyperlinks I posted last night or the night before that had the skin weave.....they stich us thru the synthetic nanopores it makes....defen, PROTEIN KINASE (least I think so)

Look, someone knows how to stop this...they created it....just like that guy's cream.....everyone says it works...(not knocking him-I just ordered two bottles today) but think about it....he's got to know something that we don't know to create such a powerful product.....I think I'm going to eat the cream when I get it. Hey, can't hurt me anymore than I already am.

I think they are using those just add water sea monkeys that come to life.

This one fiber ball I sat in cap of Hperoxide and watched it bubble, then took two two picks and pickedd it apart while it still was in cap o' hydro....

had this tiny bright red dimensional shrimp w/ black dots.....tiny, tiny....and the Venus Flower Basket that Lucent got the patent on from the f.basket down deep in the ocean....well, do your homework....yep, they contain (usually anyway) a tiny brine shrimp in them.

The colored fibers look so small compared to that thing that is stitching us around our lesions....that damn thing goes deep......

I mean, there has got to be some foods to eat and some to avoid that affects this fibr from hell.

This is a nightmare.....but I think there is more going on then something just went awry and they can't fix it.....they follow me, have moved into the quite condo complex where I live.....they have built something here.....they are freakos......go look in your neghbors window if you have one that faces your home.....I bet it will have some type of wire, transmittor looking thing in the window.

They used to use strobe lights on me.....this was before I ever heard of Morgellons......one across the street, one in front of my parking facing my car directly , and if I was sitting in my auto where I park and going to back out....well, if I were to look to my left which shows across my street again,,,,right there-evenly lined up with my auto was another flashing light and also ditto that to the right side view from my auto.....

blah, blah blah.....sorry to bore you......I'm gonna go sing the N anthem or something......latorgators!
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Postby RANDY » Sat Dec 09, 2006 5:45 am

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sting_Ray_torpedo

Really this has nothing at all to do with anything at all that relates to us in any way, shape or form. Not even close.

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