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Postby RANDY » Sun Apr 30, 2006 9:21 pm

Skytroll wrote:Believe it or not Randy, we are in the 21st Century,
this is not all organic.

Think outside that little box.

Actin filament, our OWN MUSCLE FIBERS......
synthesized into sensors, programmable.........


http://www.wormbase.org/db/misc/paper?n ... lass=Paper

There is a whole lot more where that come from.



This is not all organic........

Skytroll


And there will always be more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more and more. Scientific research is ENDLESS. APPLY IT! WE ARE ORGANIC. END OF STORY.

That is all. Like I said..you can chase your tails and occupy your lives with endless chatter with no documentation. I have a life to lead.

I do believe that there are a large precentage of people on these forums that are BORED and not sick at all! OR feeling special and do not want to really get rid of this at all. They finally have a family and communnity of fellow sufferers and friends..but no one wants to do anything real! It is amazing and this has gone on for over 5 years now.

If anyone has blood tests that I can compare to mine and others...PM me.

Otherwise I am to believe that no one has this and this is all a game.

PROVE ME WRONG. I dare ya!

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Postby Barz » Sun Apr 30, 2006 9:44 pm

I'm sorry. I must have missed something here. Randy what did your bloodwork diagnose you with? All of my blood work came back normal. Including myTHYAB MICROR CCR PTH VITD VIT25' HYDRO T4 FREE serum, LIPID PANEL and Comprehensive metabolic panel. Any other tests I shoudld have done?Should I have H.Pylori? My HGB A1C was 6.8. not bad huh? for 27 years as a type 1. But what exactly were you diagnosed with I will have my doc do those tests. Do you think he'll give me the CURE??????? Wow, you must be so lucky to have a doctor who knows how to cure this crap!!! take care. BARZ
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Meaning of C3

Postby southcity » Sun Apr 30, 2006 10:00 pm

I have wondered about this abbreviation since it was first used. Lots of room for guesses eg. synonym for BSl-levels etc. read in context It has seemed to me to be related to classification or security levels with this association. It appears it is.

"APPLICATION FOR ISO/IEC 17025 LABORATORY ACCREDITATION
C:\CFusionMX7\wwwroot\A2LA\Applications\17025_Application.doc (1/16/06) Page 7 of
16
Number of laboratory personnel at this location, associated with the testing/calibration requested for
accreditation:
Check one of the following as it applies to your laboratory. This information is for reference by A2LA in
response to inquiries:
􀀀 Commercial service available – C1
􀀀 Conditionally available for commercial service – C2
􀀀 Normally not available for commercial service – C3"


Here's the link to the article http://www.a2la.org/Applications/17025_application.pdf
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Postby Sabrina » Mon May 01, 2006 12:29 am

I have updated page one.
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Postby RANDY » Mon May 01, 2006 12:48 am

Barz wrote:I'm sorry. I must have missed something here. Randy what did your bloodwork diagnose you with? All of my blood work came back normal. Including myTHYAB MICROR CCR PTH VITD VIT25' HYDRO T4 FREE serum, LIPID PANEL and Comprehensive metabolic panel. Any other tests I shoudld have done?Should I have H.Pylori? My HGB A1C was 6.8. not bad huh? for 27 years as a type 1. But what exactly were you diagnosed with I will have my doc do those tests. Do you think he'll give me the CURE??????? Wow, you must be so lucky to have a doctor who knows how to cure this crap!!! take care. BARZ


Did you have your C-reactive protein checked? And if you do not think that getting our blood work done so we can understand what this is doing to our bodies..that is your right. Since you were not serious I was diagnosed with non-caseating granulomas but before that they told me I had cancer. The biopsy came back and I just had Sarcoid. But I have a very low vitamin D level and my ACE levels are totally normal..so this pretends to be Sarcoid. I have gone through menopause in 8 months from having totally regular periods, my bone density is like that of an 80 year old woman and I am in my 40's, my C-Reactive Protein is off the charts as are 6 other people that have this. I am also going to get the test for sticky protein (Alzheimers test.) We need to figure out how this is messing us up. Perhaps you did miss a test that could give you a hint.

So, if you think that we do not need a base line of commonality..fine...but I do.

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Postby London » Mon May 01, 2006 4:19 am

I'm not gonna argue w/ anyone about the previous post; not going there..

If this is not anthrax due to bt endotoxins then, like I said about 6 pages back, it more than likely got to do with some pesticides.

And like I have said time and time again, I think it's in the water.

Hell, I think they (the gov't) put pesticides in our water and I think they put bio control (pesticide substitutes) in the water.

People, for a couple of months I had the Daphnea in my tap water here i Dallas.

This is the water flea. It escapes filtration b/c of it's size.

I think too that we have cyanobacteria toxins ( scum build up)
in our water system pipes.

The Agriculture problem today? From all their genetic cloning, and
transgenic plants, the Maize is a big problem. But not only that....

the other reason for this biocontrol mess is to treat the new, wild superweed that has stemmed from the transgenic crops.

They have released some type of flying beetle in 13 states!

Where did they release them??? In the rivers.

I know for a fact that we have marine flat worms b/c of this.

Goodnight.

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Postby befour » Mon May 01, 2006 5:03 am

Dear Sabrina,

I am so very sorry for the loss of your friend and extend my deepest sympathy to you, his family and friends. It just breaks my heart to hear of someone so young being taken from us by this horrible disease!

Sabrina, thank you so much for starting this thread, for without the info that I personally found here, I would still be wandering in the dark, without knowing that there were others suffering with the same affliction.

There is perhaps no way to know how many people have found comfort in the fact that they are not alone, by finding this site. Just think of how much valuable info has been posted here.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!!!

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Postby London » Mon May 01, 2006 8:24 am

Sabrina,

Me too- thank you! Where have you been? All okay?
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Dear Randy,

You mention H.Pylori testing. Why/ funny you said that too. About a week, maybe two ago, I mentioned this word and got no responses.
Helicobacter pylori. Why?

B/c some of the macro things I found in my house resembled it! I know that that was not it....It just reminded me of it.....the orkin man had no friggin Idea of what it was......

and right beside that thing was this huge, gigantic sunflower looking seed.

It was the same exact color except: on one of the tips/ the end of it was bright orange........
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Postby Linn » Mon May 01, 2006 11:12 am

My condolences to the family and friends of (T W)
"May God hold you in the palm of his hands"
"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving and tolerant of the weak and strong. Because someday in life you will have been all of these".

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Postby London » Mon May 01, 2006 5:48 pm

Words of wisdom or what ?????????????

The Report on the Human Genome Initiative declared that uncovering the human genome is revealing the "book of man,"(2) that by mapping and understanding the human genome we will understand what it means to be human.(3) Many proponents of the Human Genome Project give a dominant place to an internal mechanism, the gene, as the source of human behavior.(4) Where we as a culture allocate responsibility has profound effects on how we construct our identity and our society
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Postby London » Mon May 01, 2006 6:08 pm

Skytroll,

Here's a lil bit of important Info from your state......I hope you enjoy
this......

I told you all the PBB's were something to look at!!!

Here you go sky:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 082240.htm


Also, you should check into the loophole laws there regarding Michigans
Legal Sale of:

HUMAN BODY PARTS!!!!!!!

And skytroll, I'm not at all implying this about you, but did you know that your state was RACIST????? You really should look into that fact and see how it might tie into selling human body parts there........

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Postby London » Mon May 01, 2006 6:54 pm

Here's a lil something. I bet South will like this one!

http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/ab ... pe=volpage

and would you all look at this.....hmmm. Our sweet litlle f-up gov't!

Testing pesticide toxicity in humans

http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/ex ... 95/11/1237
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