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Postby C3 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 3:43 pm

comprehensive article:

Krasilnikov: Part 1, Section 5
Genus Mycococcus. In their external appearance the mycococci resemble micrococci,
or, more strictly, mycobacteria in their last phase of growth. ...
http://www.soilandhealth.org/01aglibrary/ 010112Krasil/010112krasil.pt1.sect5.html - 80k - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby C3 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 4:03 pm

If yyz makes the statement to know this type infection since(197?)
Could You let the forum know where you are located?
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Postby yyz » Sat Dec 17, 2005 6:11 pm

Nebraska, United States of America
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Postby southcity » Sat Dec 17, 2005 6:27 pm

C3 wrote:First video/still images of the" fiber disease"

http://www.crossinglines.net/The%20caus ... efault.htm




Note: you need to use internet explorer as your browser to view this link and accept active content. if you do not wish to do this right click on this link and choose "save as" then save to your harddrive. http://crossinglines.net/video%20page/V ... 202005.avi



C3- still have not recieved it? any input?
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Postby C3 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:00 pm

yyz,

How are you,

And is this an accurate estimation of the location and time you must have been exposed?

Other friendly questions:

You swim?
Have been in the army?
Was stationed in Europe?
Or in close contact with people of this region?
What are the first symptoms according to you?
You have/ had IBS?

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Postby C3 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:48 pm

Chapter 4. HUMAN HEALTH ASPECTS
Toxic Cyanobacteria in Water: A guide to their public health ... Catterall, W.
1980 Neurotoxins that act on voltage-sensitive sodium channels in excitable ...
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Postby C3 » Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:51 pm

for above mentioned reference try google:

Chapter 4. HUMAN HEALTH ASPECTS
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Postby elmoscubas » Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:52 pm

Oh Mr . c-3,

You seem to be a little peeved today. I just simply answered someone
elses question. I also stated I thought you were helping. So what's bothering you?

Thank you for your Blake answer but the fact is: 1. Someone on another forum had already given us that and 2) That is not all Blake represents.

Does Barbados not ring a bell? Deep down in the ocean. You must remember the Blake Ridge and all the toxins they brought up from there. The used the submersible machine called the Alvin.

Why did you ask yyz where he was from? I hope to maybe help him. Maybe he lives right by a nuclear plant. Maybe he was in the army- you know all the waste from those tanks are pretty bad. Where are you from? Will you tell the forum this? I am sure you reside in the usa currently. Well, I bet I could even guess your profession.

and oh, could you please elaborate to the forum about the blueprint you stated you had in front of you? I think you said that you did not mean in print either. Do you have this? I hope this is the case and that you were not the one that created it.

Ms elegans will certainly stop bothering you if you will only answer the above questions or send to Pmessage box.


London

PS yyz, I'm not at home and can not open my PM from here
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Postby elmoscubas » Sat Dec 17, 2005 8:04 pm

does anyone care to discuss the hox genes? I must have missed that entire page where Tam Tam posted that.

The ESC-E(Z) complex of the Drosophilia melanogaster Polycomb group repressors is a histone H3 methyltransferase. This comples silences the fky Hox genes and elated HMT ases control germ line development in worms, flowering plants, and X inactivation in mammals.


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Postby yyz » Sat Dec 17, 2005 9:00 pm

TamTam said:
How are you,
--crappy, thanks for asking... and yourself?

And is this an accurate estimation of the location and time you must have been exposed?
--this is what i believe and what i remeber, yes.... 3rd degree burn on lower right leg oct '76, graphed feb '77, slow to heal, very painful, lots of pustules, very fibrous, deep dark pitlike lesions with a central black core, strange scabs both from graphed burn and left leg where graph was taken from, scabs generally were very hard and flat, sometimes with shiny plate over the top, felt like it was welded on, little yellowish white balls inside, hard and seed-like... central nebraska, hay fields, corn fields, crop dusting, rivers, streams, interstate lakes, ponds, gravel roads, thunder storms, tornados, blue skies, sunshine, and i don't know what else


Other friendly questions:

You swim?
--yes, i did... in rivers and interstate lakes, but fished in ponds

Have been in the army?
--no, never

Was stationed in Europe?
--no

Or in close contact with people of this region?
--no, not that i know of

What are the first symptoms according to you?
--slow to heal wound(s) and lesions, very oily skin and scalp, symetrical lesions on legs, arms, shoulders, back, chest, and face, gynocomastia (surgically corrected later), mild scoliosis of the spine, depression, anger, red eyes (constantly accused of toking)

You have/ had IBS?
--at that time no, not that i can remember, but the last 15 years or so, yes... not officialy diagnosed, but bouts of heartburn and/or indegestion that come and go... severe discomfort in my left temporal mandibal joint after eating which persists until i fast... popping in my ears, ringing in my ears, burning/throbbing in my left ear sometimes... all have gotten worse lately


TamTam,
Thanks for your concern.

London,
Thanks for your concern.

Everybody,
Thanks for your concern.


As for me, still sick and confused...


Sprawling on the fringes of the city
In geometric order
An insulated border
In between the bright lights
And the far unlit unknown

Growing up it all seems so one-sided
Opinions all provided
The future pre-decided
Detached and subdivided
In the mass production zone
Nowhere is the dreamer or the misfit so alone

Subdivisions
In the high school halls
In the shopping malls
Conform or be cast out
Subdivisions
In the basement bars
In the backs of cars
Be cool or be cast out
Any escape might help to smooth the unattractive truth
But the suburbs have no charms to soothe the restless dreams of youth

Drawn like moths we drift into the city
The timeless old attraction
Cruising for the action
Lit up like a firefly
Just to feel the living night

Some will sell their dreams for small desires
Or lose the race to rats
Get caught in ticking traps
And start to dream of somewhere
To relax their restless flight
Somewhere out of a memory of lighted streets on quiet nights...
--Neil Peart


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Postby elmoscubas » Sat Dec 17, 2005 9:43 pm

yyz

That was cool. So he wrote to you?

Hey, I have a question. When he said the 3 as in C3 represented Trypo? whatever it was, well why was the # 3 used for this? I must have missed something.

Please let me know your take on this. I found a meaning the other day of C3 so I was wondering if it at all correlated to this meaning of his-

Thank you-

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Postby yyz » Sun Dec 18, 2005 1:07 am

London,

He has not written me directly... only what you see on this forum.

I thought the 3 meant sporotrichoid diseases. I don't know if trypanosomiasis falls into this category. Doesn't seem to from any of the literature.

What is your take or alternate definition?

Thanks,
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