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Postby John Kern » Wed Apr 12, 2006 5:22 pm

Linn wrote:I have to hop in the car and drive 20 min to amherst
the second a new erruption comes, if it is even half a day
old he will not biopsy it, that has been a problem.
am afraid too, it WILL be inconclusive, they told
London that her biopsy showed folliculitis?


You can't really do a biopsy for folliculitis. Folliculitis is more of a symptom than a a disease. The real disease is an infection by any of several organisms/agent, including (but not limted to): coagulase-positive staphylococci, pseudomonas bacteria, yeast forms of pityrosporum ovale, klebsiella, enterobacter, trichophyton verrucosum, trichophyton mentagrophytes and even herpes simplex. Folliculitis can also arise from environmental factors.

The bioposy might detect on of those agents, but it won't detect folliculitis as such.
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Postby Linn » Wed Apr 12, 2006 5:29 pm

The bioposy might detect on of those agents,
but it won't detect folliculitis as such.

sorry what I mean is they did not find the
causal agent in this biopsy.
so they said she just HAS follicuitis.


London can you elaborate please about your biopsy?
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Postby John Kern » Wed Apr 12, 2006 5:39 pm

Linn wrote:a couple of us have brought out the possibility
it could be slime molds. Is that the florescent
greenish color I see with some fibers? :?: :idea:


The green in that photo is false color to enhance contrast. It's a SEM photo, which is monochrome, the color is added.

Linn wrote:problem: if it is we need microbio to ID it,
we cant get it Id if the doctor will not look for
it, and he will not look for it if we simply tell him to.
You know the doctor thing they do? the; I am in charge,
who are you to guess what you might have? mentality
of some doctors.
and if patients suggest things they get huffy.


Dermatology is very frustrating - there are a zillion things that can cause skin problems, and some of the most common problems, such as atopic dermatitis, have no proven cause. A good doctor will always listen to the patient though.

Linn wrote:the CDC still calls it DOP


The CDC does not call "it" DOP. If you have skin eruptions, then it's not psychotic. DOP is where there is nothing wrong with you, and you imagine there are parasites inside you. If you have a rash, then that's not DOP, pure and simple.

Of course, it's possible to have both some skin condition AND a mild case of DOP at the same time.

I think it varies a lot from person to person - you've seen the wide variety of symptoms being ascribed to fiber disease. Does it not seem likely that not everyone has the exact same thing?

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Re: proposed action - booklet & website

Postby Linn » Wed Apr 12, 2006 5:45 pm

FiberSymptoms wrote:This is good work. Should a website be constructed, I can contribute toward the cost of it.

FS (or QH)


roger that!!
I too would contribute.
this is a good cause. espeialy to help
prevent this in children.

but for now we just need everyones time and
effort in answering questions,
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Postby Linn » Wed Apr 12, 2006 5:49 pm

think it varies a lot from person to person - you've seen the wide variety of symptoms being ascribed to fiber disease. Does it not seem likely that not everyone has the exact same thing?

(sigh) I said that a number of times!

No the CDC says DOP even with erruptions
trust me on this one.
I know first hand.
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Postby London » Wed Apr 12, 2006 6:26 pm

The Dermatologist said I was infected with a g.modified, qouram sensing
micro organism that will diversify into a set commensal resembling one that will start to function on a multi cellular level.She said that it is flesh eating. She said the CDC knows all about it and is trying their hardest to cover it. She said we have a horrible government

that spends all their time trying to cover up this disease. She said they have already "knocked-off" many microbiologist/ scientist that are getting even remotely close to uncovering their heinous works.

She said they have used nanopores- by this she said they have"slipped it into the medicines we take. They have used some type of glowing nanowires too. Here is an example:

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow ... nc-nf.html

She says Lepidoptera is one dominant gene input and is well known and "overused" to steer manipulation.

She said to tell John that during fiber formation they show nerve cell type behavior.

Fast dividing tissue forms a base (culture medium) for this organism. This type target can only be kept alive and cultured in test animal. Most important Lynne, she said that fibers show in-between behavior like:

"plant cell that think they are insect cell" and the agent in its intermediate stage resembles a protoplam, A transparent agar like cloud

with basic properties preserved.

Again she repeated" All agents are quoram sensing all elements differintiate. check: chitin/cellulose wound dressing.

She said although not fully understood the role that chemtrails play but it was significant.

She said she cultured the following from my specimens and biopsies:

G.M.Parasites T. Gondii, C. Elegans, Trypansoma b., Plasmodium
( Malaria), Perkinsus Marinus (mollusk parasite)

and the list just went on and on.....Protozoan Parasites dominated.

The cyanobacteria were infected thru the cyanophage AS-! Caspid proteins. This AS-! is nothing more than a virus (which infected the unicellular cyanobacteria. Recent interest is simply for the role as a control agent for dense algal blooms in poluted lakes.

She said they have used molecular cloning. Basically said they have used the micro organisms as environmental Indicators to study Heavy Metal Contamination.

I asked her if Esther was somehow involved and although she did not know for sure she did look at my report titledL L Ysoshospholipase_carboxylesterase which can be found on the bioweb.

Well Lynne this is all I can remember off the top of my head. I could write more later when I have my notes in front of me.

I hope this helps********** :)

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Postby Cilla » Wed Apr 12, 2006 6:42 pm

Hi John,

I give you a very big welcome to the site, because we do need someone with specialist scientific knowledge, and the willingness to subject everything that is asserted or reported to the scientific method of analysis.

However, (and I realise that you have not really disputed this), if this is a new disease, some of the things reported will be strange, (to say the least), and some of the clinical features of it will actually never have been seen before.

The fibers, or fibres, are important, and yes, there should be a marked slowing down in all discursive analyses of all aspects of this new infection and infestation.

I think there would seem to be more than one type of 'fibre' being complained of or reported in the general literature on this condition, and on this site.

So, if they are not all the same, we do have to look very closely at what they all are, or might be.

Some could well be contaminants from clothing. Considering that parasitologists have found nematodes on people's scalps, and that some of these have apparently wrapped a perfect cocoon around themselves, which was, apparently, constructed from clothing fibres, this may be so.

Yet, not all of the fibres seen in this condition are from clothing, and neither do they all behave in anything like the same way, after being removed from the affected part of the body, e.g. the scalp, by a comb.

They are not all the same colour, size, or thickness, and, while some are inert, or in a state of pseudoapoptosis, others undulate like a cobra.

Some, (particularly the latter category), exhibit purposeful movement, especially towards a given source, such as the flesh of a finger that it therefore must see or otherwise sense. This category would seem to have very similar neuromuscular junction sites and transmitters to your average arthropod. If this is so, I think that the answer to its origin must lie in cloning, because it does not sound like any arthropod known to affect humans, or indeed known in the universe previously at all.

I have no doubt that all of this is compounded by a (probably) pre-existing fungal infection, such as tinea.

This may indeed be a, (but would only be one of the possible variables), pre-requisite to the person's infection and infestation.

I have many reasons for concluding this, one of them being something Tam tam said about the stray target being coded to a mold, or mould, the category of fungus to which tinea, (a dermatophyte infection), belongs.

Gaia is a Greek term, and scientists in the seventies believed in beautiful things like the perfect balance of nature, to which theory some gave this Greek appellation, which refers to Mother Earth.

I am wondering if my friend Lucretia is right, in that Tam tam was perhaps trying to tell us something by his choice of Gaiapacha as an earlier name.

Could it be that the original scientific experiment had something to do with using material that would behave as a concerted whole, mimicking this idea of the perfect balance of nature, principally within the scalp?

The infection does behave as a concerted whole, in the way it grows and communicates between parts, and there would seem to be different components from nature's bounty within it, from bird technology to plants.

Not forgetting the fluttering lepidoptera, the colours of which would seem to account for some of the red and blue silken fibres. Does the blocking of ecodyne make a difference? If so, there is something of insect, and arthropod development involved, so the clothing and other environmental contaminants simply cannot be the whole answer.

The nematodes, protected by the shield of the callus, may be programmed to attach themselves to fibres of this consistency and hue.

Only a doctor who has the specialist knowledge required could diagnose and treat this. Some people could have something else, as many strange and unusual dermatological conditions exist.

When treating this, the 'perfect balance' enjoyed by the quorum sensing bacteria, the protozoa, and all the rest, must be systematically eroded by what the doctor prescribes, by way of systemic (internal) and topical (external) medication.
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Postby London » Wed Apr 12, 2006 6:52 pm

Okay, Now Johnboy and Lynne,

Please know that I was just playing around with that post above.

Although that is a very more likely description then the one I recieved

from tha ever so smart Dermatologist that I went to. She had simply

told me that is was simply folliculitis with Staph. I told her how in the world could she claim it was Staph A. when there was

no pus (I hate that word) involved? She then took back those words of hers when the she did another biopsi but had this one cultured.

The results: No Staph A. What it was: Unknown!!!!!!!

She chalked it up to folliculitis. Now that was in January. The one place that was biopsied still to this day has a scab on it which is green in color.

This was done on the shin. Her excuse was the veinous tissue was not letting it heal.

She just was grasping at straws for an answer b/c my doppler sonogram showed NO veinous throbosis.

they are all idiots with a god-like complex. I take that back........

95% of them are. They say we use the internet to " make up these diseases in our head".

They need to be sued ( and some strangled) in my opinion.

If it is not in their Med books- why they do not believe it! Hello out there-

What makes them so ignorant to the possibility that it is not Anthrax-

a bacterial bomb? Why don't they think of that? We have a sorry -arse

piece of crap that is running this country. I hope this disease spreads to every friggin one of them.

I especially hope this disease gets its pretty little way up to Maryland.

Wonder if Dr. Venter is immune to it? He sure was immune to that other disease he created......

called HIV!!!!!!! He has the key to that now.

I think I'm going to write good ole Carl Zimmer and see if he can help!


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Postby Cilla » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:04 pm

London,

We do not know (yet) who did what.

John,

Never mind the fibers, (for now). Can you explain the feathers?
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Postby London » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:06 pm

Oh thank God Cilla you have written! I'm just now seeing your post that went up before mine. That was a good post you wrote!

I must have missed you previoulsy writing about the gaia P.- I too was wondering about this and was also wondering and remembering vividly

how TamTam had first chosen this word.

I also (not knowing a thing about chemtrails) remember searching for it one night a couple of months back and a lot led to to the gaia P! (I will have to go back a pull this old info back out).

Anyway, Cilla that was a good post up there and I'm glad you wrote that.

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Postby tamtam » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:07 pm

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Postby London » Wed Apr 12, 2006 7:09 pm

True to an extent Cilla. I have read documents about Dr, Venture though.

Let him drag me to court- what is he gonna get from me? an earfull of
bad publicity.

but to be good and to not disturb things I won't say anything else about him.

Bye for now-

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