Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Medicine. Anything human!
You will not be arrested unless you are committing a criminal activity. You will be investigated for having committed criminal activity, and if evidence reveals that your claims are valid, your proprietary information will be sealed from public record, and you will become very wealthy selling your newly validated information to research companies worldwide.
micro organisms that live in the gut; do we know what that means.....?
"No, not really" uhh Symbiosis with the microbes is our only chance- to live mutalisticly???? Fecal Pollution??? I dunno....Hellicbactor Pylorie and then Gastric Cancer??
Tell us.....please tell us.
Also, I have no idea what Frank and you guys are upset about- so I'm sorry about that but I am not on anyones side and just wish everyone would ban together like Sabrina said to Randy. We are just trying to survive and research
on our own due to Zero Physicians studying this. It has been up to us and a collective group effort.
Frank, what you say about the courts- and the justice system.,,
Boy, I wish it were that easy. This is what I have found out: At first I thought It would be a piece of cake....all articles said "Must get human consent before study can be initiated, etc"
WELL, HERE IS THE LOOPHOLE THAT I FOUND........tHAT STATEMENT ABOVE IS ONLY GOOD IF IT INVOLVES AMERICA! IF OTHER COUNTRIES ARE INVOLVED THAT
WIPES THAT LIL LAW OFF THE SLATE.....(UNLESS YOU KNOW SOMETHING I DON;T KNOW)
I don’t need any assistance for anything. I fully intend to sue everyone related to your "enterprise" following the criminal investigation unless you are legitimate. If you are legitimate, I intend to send you on a Caribbean cruise.
You really need to garble your English up a bit Tam Tam. This post is a dead give away.
This is not even the tip of the iceburg on microbes in the gut, but wanted to share it anyway:
http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/public ... 115=183374
oh shoot! Read this
In addition to finishing this work, Eisen is studying communities of microorganisms, including ones in humans. This work relates to human intestinal transplants for people suffering from severe Crohn’s disease or irritable bowel syndrome
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Oh something tells me that when they get wind of all the rhetoric that you have presented while pointing the finger of blame at the popular villains of government and defense, they may be very happy to receive a formal complaint.
Why are you so concerned Tam? Like I said Tam, you have everything to gain by having the Justice Dept. validate your claims. You should be grateful.
Tam Tam, just in case you might be interested.
Woman wins payout for slurs on blog
Ed Pilkington in New York
Thursday October 12, 2006
A jury in Florida has awarded a woman $11.3m (£6m) in costs and damages after a former acquaintance accused her of being a crook, a con artist and a fraudster on an internet talkboard.
The award, believed to be the largest verdict of it sort relating to individual postings on bulletin boards or blogs, was handed down by a jury in Broward County, Florida, against a woman from Louisiana. The sum included $5m (£2.7m) in punitive damages
Sue Scheff, who runs a small educational business in Weston, Florida, filed the lawsuit in 2003 claiming she had been subjected to 10 months of ugly criticism on the internet from Carey Bock. Ms Bock, from Mandeville, Louisiana, had posted the comments on Fornits.com, a board used by parents of troubled teenagers. Ms Bock did not attend the final hearing.
With almost two new blogs created every second, and 1.6m postings each day, said the San Francisco site Technorati, the mass of unmediated comment from individuals is changing the face of media law. "This is a growing trend because of the exponential growth in the number of people publishing on the internet who do not have the training or oversight of traditional hardcopy publishers," said Dave Heller, a lawyer with the New York-based Media Law Resource Center which monitors legal actions arising from the web.
Craig Delsack, a media lawyer in Manhattan, said that many bloggers were publishing first, thinking later: "People are thinking they can say what they want but they don't realise the long-lasting implications of what they write and that they can be held accountable. Posting is not like having a conversation in the bedroom with your boyfriend."
Several cases have come to court in which individuals have been sued by companies for their comments on the web. It is less common for private individuals, without either huge personal wealth or public profile, to sue each other.
Lawsuits currently before the US courts include that of Todd Hollis, a Pittsburgh lawyer, whose name appeared on DontDateHimGirl.com, a website on which women comment about the men they claim to have known. He is suing women who posted claims he was a transmitter of sexual diseases, which he denies.
The Florida case arose after Ms Scheff helped Ms Bock remove her children from a special school in Costa Rica. She says Ms Bock grew belligerent after she refused to give her confidential information for a documentary she was working on.
Ms Scheff says she is still paying off the legal fees and accepts she will get little of the $11m. "But this award is vindication. I hope it does make people think twice about what they post on the internet. When people post they are writing from emotion, and it can be very damaging."
Because Ms Bock failed to defend herself, media lawyers say the award is less likely to set a precedent.
She told USA Today that she had no money to pay the damages, and said she had been silenced. "I don't feel like I can express my opinions. Only one side of the story was told in court. Nobody heard my side," she said.
Guardian Unlimited © Guardian News and Media Limited 2006
I'm in the game regardless Doc. You see I'm sick and scared. Tam Tam has been asked so many times for validation of his claims that even if they are valid, he still bears responsibility for psychological injury for negligently leading me on for over a year. Did I tell you that there are attorneys in the family Doc?
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