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Postby tamtam » Wed Dec 07, 2005 1:07 pm

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Postby Skytroll » Wed Dec 07, 2005 4:02 pm


Drosophilia flyworm another? Properties of an element? or mineral?

Physical properties? Dark field microscopy?

So protists are beginning, right?


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Postby Cilla » Wed Dec 07, 2005 6:48 pm

Hi Tamtam,

You said:

Think about somatic cell nuclear transfer for a moment.
What does infect, if all looks so natural.

Does this refer to research where cloning is carried out? If the cyano is quorum sensing, then does this mean it will only release its liquid when, by taking a census, the micro-organism realises that it is quorate? Is this why you think that a suitable antibiotic should be prescribed, in addition to the regimen proposed by Dr Schwartz? Is your rationale that the cyano bacterial levels should, (if it is perhaps not yet possible to eliminate this infection entirely), be reduced to sub-quorate levels?

If C represents cyano, does 3 represent lepidoptera, giant mold cell, and virus?

In the original experimental research, were the stem cells in the hair follicles of the mammal chosen to see if the living breathing tissue to which you previously referred could then emerge from the stem cells within the treated hair follicles? Is this why the immune system is evaded?

I do not know if any of my deductions above are correct, but please let us know, and thank you very very much, Tamtam.
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Postby C3 » Wed Dec 07, 2005 8:53 pm

C= Cyano
3= trypanosoma

Quorum sensing is bacterial load bound ( momentum bound)
= based on release of chemical signal
More than one signal is present.
Step, step, step

Indeed lysis(free flow of DNA) is related to fission.

All is about cloning
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Postby J Jill » Thu Dec 08, 2005 1:58 am

C 3,

You say it's all about cloning? Is the cloned version as virulent? Deadly?

Thank you in advance for any help.
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Postby tamtam » Thu Dec 08, 2005 4:50 pm

It seems to be related to adaptation (artificial tissue)
The target must be intended for medical, industrial and military spin of.

More related to degenerative type disease, but not everybody will react the same.


DNA molecule originating from a virus, a plasmid, or the cell of a higher organism into which another DNA fragment of appropriate size can be integrated without loss of the vectors capacity for self-replication; vectors introduce foreign DNA into host cells, where it can be reproduced in large quantities. Examples are plasmids, cosmids, and yeast artificial chromosomes; vectors are often recombinant molecules containing DNA sequences from several sources.
http://www.uic.edu/nursing/genetics/Glo ... ssary1.htm
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Postby Cilla » Thu Dec 08, 2005 7:28 pm

Hi Tamtam,

Thank you again for your answer. So, a vector can pierce a given body's defences, and can then go on to replicate itself in a step by step fashion, ultimately forming parts of artificial tissue. Might these parts include the hard plaques of 'skin' that may be found on the scalp, or the back of the neck? Would they also include the strange 'hairs' that people have complained of, describing them as black, dark brown, or tan?

Yet, if so, why was there a need to make the 'skin' plaques so strong? These pieces of calloused 'skin' will not be removed by force, apparently, although they seem to be 'lacy' in structure, and highly dependent on receiving an adequate oxygen supply from the surface of the skin. If you agree that this is so, would you have an idea of the specific genetic input involved?

Thanks once again.
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Postby yyz » Thu Dec 08, 2005 9:03 pm


you had mentioned that this disease at the moment only affects a minority...

what are the common factors creating this minority of affliction?... genetics?... lifestyle?... environment?... all of the above???

if genetics, what specifically?... born with it?, or just pre-disposed to contract it?

i have had it on and off for 20+ years that i know of... please help if you can.

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Postby tamtam » Thu Dec 08, 2005 10:51 pm

All should be under investigation(...)

"Simply" a modified infectious agent is the cause.

Multiple pathway relates to multi lineage differentiation.
One modified element diversifies into a set commensal resembling micro organisms. Some elements can reconstitute the base.

Base element is a fusion between cyano and a trypanosoma like element.
All are with characteristic properties.

Trypanosoma is a mayor parasitic protozoa hence a parasitic life cycle is part of its nature(gametes etc)
This cycle has been recorded

The video footage (see link) shows Cyano.

Mold= cellulose like
Artifacts= protein crystals(chitinase related)
Giant cell produce (pigmented) clouds and seem cause of the genesis of colored filament.
Note that filament is not connected to e.g mold: this property relates most to presence of protoplasm (cell less cell)

The particular culture is "in a way" a projection of the wing of an insect (probably lepidoptera) or at least projection of specific properties now not 2D but 3D extented (2D wingpattern related)

Explanation is interpretation and survey.
A specialist could go into minute detail but would also reveal to be well informed about this particular type target.


Infection constitutes infection with a cyclical made (novel) micro organism.

As earlier mentioned:
a set commensal resembling micro organism can reconstitute the cycle.

Because multiple systems are present,
transmission by multiple pathway is supposed to be the case.

Best is to see this type infection as novel.
This environmental resistant and contagious element should be on the agenda at once.

Fact is also that You talk about at least twenty five years concentration on effects and not on cause- by the industry.

The identification of this target will have major consquences.

Most will relate to degenerative disease and/or long or life long suppressive therapy and nosocomial infection in specific.

Stay tuned!


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what causes the sensation of individual hairs moving?

Postby FiberSymptoms » Fri Dec 09, 2005 2:15 am

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Postby befour » Fri Dec 09, 2005 12:18 pm

I will be very interested in Tam Tam's reply to your questions. I have been following the conversations on this forum for several months now, and although I am not a scientist, I get most of it. I have to say "thank you" to TamTam, and all of you, that are collectively trying to help all of us. Tonight was one of those nights when I was so scared and depressed that I found myself wondering if I could go on living like this. Thank God for this forum, at least I know that I am not alone. I am a mid-fifties wife and mom, with three sons, one is a teenager still in high school. I have had this "plague" for almost four years. It first started on my face and now covers my whole head. I have lost about 1/3 of my hair, it looks like I took a razor and shaved a 3 inch wide strip right down the center of my head, (a reverse Mohawk).

The one thing I cannot bring myself to discuss with my husband is the horrible "bugs" that come out of my head and face. I can't believe it myself. Some are so big and black, about 1/8 inch long and definitely look like Collembola. Lately there have been a lot more of the small black ones. I also have the crawling, biting hairs, some look like they have barbs on them, some look like they were tied in a bow and then there are the wads of frizz that builds up under the thickened skin on my forehead and bridge of my nose, along with the lesions about the size of a quarter, on my scalp,ears and forehead. The sores seem to go all the way to the bone.

I have had basically the same experience with drs. that you have all had.
I got to the point that I refused to see my regular dr.because she made me feel guilty for being sick and taking up her valuable time. Instead I began seeing her PA, who still has an open mind and will admit that there are things that she has not heard of. Most of all she had compassion and was as concerned about my mental health as well as my physical health.

I hope that I am not boring you all to death, but I do want to share some things that have helped me. I stay on antibiotics most of the time (I have been out for about a week, got to get back on them ASAP). I had been on Omnicef for about a month, it seemed better than Keflex or Doryx, Biaxin seemed to help also. Bactroban cream really helps to ease the pain on the lesions and controls the infection.Hydrocortisone Valerate cream works well to control the swelling and pain. The biggest surprise was Phisoderm body wash it really helps to heal the lesions, especially if they are just starting. Use it as shampoo also, just be sure to leave it on for at least one minute. Also, I find this very interesting: I always use lots of lotion or body oil all over my body for my dry skin, and I have never had a serious lesion anywhere except my face,scalp and ears. I thought I had found the answer, so I soaked my head with oil several times, didn't seem to help. One of the many things I don't understand!

TamTam, do you have any suggestions for this simple country girl? I am really scared that these things are headed for my brain from all directions. What antibiotics should I try? For me, the worst thing about this disease is missing out on my sons' life, not being able to share these last precious years, because I am always sick. I am just consumed by guilt about it too, I guess it's a woman thing.

God Bless Us All -

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Postby London » Fri Dec 09, 2005 2:27 pm

Yes cloning. Even cloning of human robot.

I will have to wait until this evening before I can post more but I would like to let Tam Tam know something. I understand now about the uib. That is quite a bit of cashflow isn't it.

Here's more on why/how/process involved...investors within researching.

*******The company is eligible to receive a patent for its invention with a term as long as the term of the patent when it was issued by the Patent and Trademark Office, without any erosion due to delays in the FDA approval process. This alternative is available to any company that successfully develops a countermeasure irrespective of its paid-in capital. (b). The company is eligible to extend the term of any patent owned by the company for two years. The patent may not be one that is acquired by the company from a third party. This is included as a capital formation incentive for small biotechnology companies with less than $750 million in paid- in capital, or, at the discretion of the Department of Homeland Security, to any firm that successfully develops a countermeasure. In addition, a company that successfully develops a countermeasure is eligible for a 10-year period of market exclusivity on the countermeasure.

did previously wonder about creating a creature from fungus. The reason for this is Fungi can "destroy and retrograde" cellular structures, which basically means it can evolve(mutate) a derivative from the original.

More about this later. Have a nice weekend everyone! 25 years?

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