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Postby Skytroll » Mon Apr 17, 2006 5:56 pm

yes,

and I do believe Tam Tam appreciates his feedback.

the film is evidence, it is not conclusive theory.

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Postby Skytroll » Mon Apr 17, 2006 5:59 pm

Linn,

to questionaire

How many sufferers have blue eyes?

How many have pigment problems?

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Postby Skytroll » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:01 pm

John,

Who said these fibers were real?

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Re: Let us start with Biology 101

Postby in_the_uk » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:01 pm

John Kern wrote:Actually only about 2.5% of MDs have a PhD.


I wonder about GPs in the UK. I don't think that it requires a research degree to become a GP, I think that a medical degree is an intensive 5 year (I think) taught undergrad degree. I think that is why if you present something out of the box, it is not really in their horizons to see it as a research challenge. Without being too rude... coz if I am it will get me later, I think that if it isn't in the text book, it doesn't exist. That is why it is important for us to get it in the text book.

If there are any GPs reading then please correct me if I 'm wrong, we would welcome your input.

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Postby Skytroll » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:02 pm

John Kern wrote:
Skytroll wrote:John Kern,

Does it play a role because of the black color?

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With Phaeohyphomycosis the fungus is producing melanin - so it's black. I think it's more of an indicator than an agent.



And this would be an indicator of what?

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Postby John Kern » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:03 pm

Skytroll wrote:Now, tell me we cannot mix inorganic and organic.


Nobody ever claimed that - there is a lot of overlap, like in organometallic chemistry, and chelation.

Unfortunately this totally lacks in relevence.
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Postby London » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:05 pm

Okay, I'm not fully awoke yet, so please excuse.......

John, I am a nice person so If this comes out of my mouth wrong then I

apologize in advance. My random articles are "right on to me" You seem

and seem is the operative word here.....like you are hell bent to say these

fibers in us are not polymer fibers.....they are not natural.....unless they are allergic reactions to some type of sheep/intestinal sutures we might have had before.....

But then there are some of us that have never had any stitches in our life, so that does not explain that.....

And why are you so vehemently opposed to this being synthetic?????

Damn it it is!!!!! THIS WHOLE THING IS ABOUT FAKE THIS AND FAKE THAT ALL SYNTHETIC! PLASTICS, PETROLEUM, FIBER OPTICS

MY GOD YOU ARE STUCK IN THE DARK AGES IT SEEMS!!! You even knock down GM FOODS

Did you even open that hyperlink I posted yesterday regarding GM foods?

It's a 9 MB article 700 page one with a plethora of facts......it even says
how naive the public is about scientific studies and that " well, don't even bring up the carcinogenic aspect of it- there, it was telling the companies to LIE to us......> I swear Jpohn, I'm Not being rude on purpose> just trying to understand you and why you shoot down everything....

This is happening people; just like Randy said!!!!!

John, you can not sit here and tell me otherwise.......that it is natural.

This is BULLSHIT !

Okay, I have the bright red , qusrter size octopus / starfish looking things just show up scattered throughout my house on top of the beige carpet?

I mean do ya think they were maybe real ones that swam up from the Cayman Islands all the way to Dallas Texas? Hell no you dont'

So that's a pefect example of fake/ synthetic engineering.

They have to use Plasmons (which I posted about and you said" London that is no more than how they use light" duh, bingp!!!

Light is involved John. As well as electromagnetic activities.


ARG!!!! as you can tell, my frustration is building and I'm so sorry if I am appearing rude. I'm just so friggin frustrated.

Simply synthetic is the Answer.........

This it Bt poisioning and Anthrax and they are one in the friggin same.

and it is caused from our Gov't using the pesticides and that is basically / probably the end to this story.......
forgot to add: the GM Foods and the transgenic foods. They have fed the animals bunk stuff too and we have eaten the animals thus spurring

even more retarded stuff into our bodies.......


There it is. The other stuff thought has to come into play; I just do not know how!!!!!!


For my mucous to glow is only the work of an evil twisted scientist team
that our gov't has paid to do:

Here is who I think is involved

Sun Microsystems

IMB

Batelle

Raytheon

Dr. Venture

DOE

DOD

Stanford

Bacteriophage weirdo -Steve

uh,,,,,there's more

oh yeah Jurvetson

His lover Grisella G.

( I wont say Bush b/c bless his soul, he knows but he just can't understand it)

Okay John, please, teach me......don't just tell me that it's not involved. Tell me what is involved.....


What the hell is this in your opinion then......
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Postby John Kern » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:06 pm

Skytroll wrote:
And this would be an indicator of what?

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An indicator of Phaeohyphomycosis. Black tissue indicates necrosis. Black living tissue indicates possible Phaeohyphomycosis.

Fibers indicate Morgellons - this does not mean fibers cause Morgellons, or that the fibers are harmful.
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Postby in_the_uk » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:06 pm

Skytroll wrote:the film is evidence, it is not conclusive theory.


but if it is to be taken seriously by other researcher in the field it must be able to stand alone. ie it must contain all the information required to make a critical judgment of what is being asserted. Clear and unambiguous.

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Postby Skytroll » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:06 pm

Helen,

This is what we need. To get it in the textbooks.

There has to be countering opinions on this outbreak we call Morgellons.

These arguments need to be discussed by current students in classrooms today.

Some doctors really do not know, and will therefore push it under the rug, so to speak.

But, the rug will shred at some point.

It is in the shredding and deconstruction of the popular theories of the day, that will hold water for us. A counterpoint, discussion of current, the most current topics should be discussed in the classroom of our univeristies, medical boards, etc. The shoving under the carpet is coming to a dead end.

Wonderful work Helen.

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Postby Skytroll » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:13 pm

If the video is bogus, then it will come out in the open.

Feedback is what is needed.

Has anyone other than us recorded our pictures?

If you look at the video, is this what happens on your skin?

Cell satellites.......

Think in terms of physics also, this is not just biological.

For years I have questioned the synthetic, a mirror of the real. Mimicking etc.

If we are basing everything on the biological, then we will miss the electronic connection.

Just what are semi-conductors?

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Postby in_the_uk » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:14 pm

London, I think that you should write a paper and get it reviewed - don't know who by yet, because I don't know the biology community. IN FACT you should write a magazine article!!!!

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