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Postby London » Thu May 04, 2006 8:30 am

Dear Fiber Symptoms,

Really, thanks so much for sharing. Your photos (the second group/non
hair photos) are the very first ones that I have ever seen that made my nouuth drop open.

I could identify with the hair photos and only the other ones that were like white flakes of skin with the red dots scattered about, but my Lord, the others? Nooooo, have not seen that on me.....that almost looked like a spider and or an octopus.....Hell mine always looks like stupid gummy bear with a chicken head and neck. I swear they do.....and mine? Well, they always have their mouths open like they are biting........

This ain''t right.

Fiber symptoms, why do we not write all the major newspapers/ letters to the editor, etc.? Is there a reason for not doing it? Just curious of your opinion....

Thanks for sharing!

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Postby London » Thu May 04, 2006 9:15 am

Hey, you guys check this out......

Electric fibers>>>>>>>>>>>

http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?c ... 77&org=NSF
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Postby Skytroll » Fri May 05, 2006 4:13 am

London,

Is this messed up or what? So this is what general intelligence is? Whaaaaaaaaaaaaa.....t.

This is about adaptation and selectivity. We have become the species of study, now. Our very brains.

Well now........
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"Part I: Foundations of general intelligence
What is intelligence? In humans, intelligence is a brain with a hundred billion neurons and a hundred trillion synapses; a brain in which the cerebral cortex alone is organized into 52 cytoarchitecturally distinct areas per hemisphere. Intelligence is not the complex expression of a simple principle; intelligence is the complex expression of a complex set of principles. Intelligence is a supersystem composed of many mutually interdependent subsystems - subsystems specialized not only for particular environmental skills but for particular internal functions. The heart is not a specialized organ that enables us to run down prey; the heart is a specialized organ that supplies oxygen to the body. Remove the heart and the result is not a less efficient human, or a less specialized human; the result is a system that ceases to function.

Why is intelligence? The cause of human intelligence is evolution - the operation of natural selection on a genetic population in which organisms reproduce differentially depending on heritable variation in traits. Intelligence is an evolutionary advantage because it enables us to model, predict, and manipulate reality. Evolutionary problems are not limited to stereotypical ancestral contexts such as fleeing lions or chipping spears; our intelligence includes the ability to model social realities consisting of other humans, and the ability to predict and manipulate the internal reality of the mind. Philosophers of the mind sometimes define "knowledge" as cognitive patterns that map to external reality [Newell80], but a surface mapping has no inherent evolutionary utility. Intelligence requires more than passive correspondence between internal representations and sensory data, or between sensory data and reality. Cognition goes beyond passive denotation; it can predict future sensory data from past experience. Intelligence requires correspondences strong enough for the organism to choose between futures by choosing actions on the basis of their future results. Intelligence in the fully human sense requires the ability to manipulate the world by reasoning backward from a mental image of the desired outcome to create a mental image of the necessary actions. (In Part II, these ascending tests of ability are formalized as sensory, predictive, decisive, and manipulative bindings between a model and a referent.)

Understanding the evolution of the human mind requires more than classical Darwinism; it requires the modern "neo-Darwinian" or "population genetics" understanding of evolution - the Integrated Causal Model set forth by [Tooby92]. One of the most important concepts in the ICM is that of "complex functional adaptation". Evolutionary adaptations are driven by selection pressures acting on genes. A given gene's contribution to fitness is determined by regularities of the total environment, including both the external environment and the genetic environment. Adaptation occurs in response to statistically present genetic complexity, not just statistically present environmental contexts. A new adaptation that requires the presence of a previous adaptation cannot spread unless the prerequisite adaptation is present in the genetic environment with sufficient statistical regularity to make the new adaptation a recurring evolutionary advantage. Evolution uses existing genetic complexity to build new genetic complexity, but evolution exhibits no foresight. Evolution does not construct genetic complexity unless it is an immediate advantage, and this is a fundamental constraint on accounts of the evolution of complex systems. "

MORE AT SOURCE: http://www.singinst.org/LOGI/foundations.html

Evolution does not construct......unless...immediate advantage......so it is and can be constructed.

For every construct released, there is a reaction also, seems geneticists and artificial life folks seem to forget that. That does not mean that everything adapts...........leaves an opening there.....doesn't it?

Makes one wonder where we actually are, right now.

Thought this might be interesting to you smart ones out there.

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Travis

Postby Pam » Fri May 05, 2006 4:54 am

Skytroll and London,

I recognize your names from being on Lymebusters. I am looking to see if Travis had any postings on this website or any others. Do either of you know?
Thanks
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Postby Skytroll » Fri May 05, 2006 6:48 am

Pam,

I do not remember him posting here, unless he might have used another name.

I went through 20 pages, but did not find his name, of course there are 140 more to go, but, if you want, I can look.

I wonder if one of the administration or Sabrina would know.

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Postby Cilla » Fri May 05, 2006 1:38 pm

Hi all,

Apparently, many scientists are looking to insects, and to their innate immunity, in order to develop new drugs. The thinking is that this proportionally huge group within nature must have loads of untapped material.

Some university laboratories are deliberately infecting insects with microorganisms, and those that do this must have very strict protocols in place, in case any of them escape.

Some laboratories are cloning the antigens of the protozoa and cyanobacteria. Is this type of cloning dangerous, Tam tam?

Also, Tam tam, where might the feathers come in?

If you are saying that this infection is caused by a stray target that has been cloned, how do you definitely know this? Have any accidents to staff, or senior academic students, been reported to the proper authorities?

Surely the specialist doctors, e.g. in tropical medicine, who would have been consulted for treatment regimens for those afflicted, would also have to raise this with the authorities, especially if more people within the general public are apparently having very similar symptoms?

I do not understand why clusters of this condition apparently appear in certain geographical areas.

I think that you, Tam tam, should send your evidence to the Health and Safety Executive in the United Kingdom, as such disclosure is a matter of law.

I find it concerning that there may have been some kind of incident in Lancashire involving the seed pods that Helen reported, (if this is the same thing). I do not understand why Mary at the Morgellons Research Foundation advised Helen to report this to some community organisation who, according to Helen, were not too au fait with her report.

If this is down to a stray target from a laboratory, it should be reported to the authorities at the Health and Safety Executive/RIDDOR.

It is ridiculous that it is left up to a patient to put an advert in the paper, to see if any of the public feel that they too have been affected. Were there any replies, in any case?

If I lived in Lancashire I would be informing the proper authorities, and my M.P., and I would also tell the doctor recommended by Mary everything, so that he too could furnish reports.

Tam tam, could you suggest a specific test that UK Guy could have carried out to prove that the above elements are, or are not, involved in his condition? I know that you said something about pcr analysis. Would this be from a sample of the affected skin in the outer ear?
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Postby Pam » Fri May 05, 2006 1:45 pm

I do not know his user name on this site. I am his aunt and I am trying to get his writings for our family. I have the ones from the Lymebusters website but thought there might be others on this one or others. Do you know of any? I am not sure the Administrator would give me the information. If it isn't too much trouble, please keep looking.

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Postby Skytroll » Fri May 05, 2006 3:04 pm

Will do that Pam,

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Postby FiberSymptoms » Fri May 05, 2006 4:07 pm

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Postby John Kern » Fri May 05, 2006 5:06 pm

Pam wrote:I do not know his user name on this site. I am his aunt and I am trying to get his writings for our family. I have the ones from the Lymebusters website but thought there might be others on this one or others. Do you know of any? I am not sure the Administrator would give me the information. If it isn't too much trouble, please keep looking.

Thanks


He did not post much on here:

http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=3829

More here:

http://www.genmay.com/member.php?u=690
(you need to log in, but can access posts via google)
http://www.google.com/search?q=travisw111+site:www%2egenmay%2ecom

Long story here:
http://www.eharassment.ca/stories/travis.htm

Livejournal blog
http://travisw111.livejournal.com/

A variety of other sites:
http://www.google.com/search?q=travisw111+-site%3Agenmay.net+-site%3Agenmay.com+-site%3Alivejournal.com

Usenet:
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=travisw111%20&sa=N&tab=wg
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Postby Pam » Fri May 05, 2006 5:52 pm

Thank You,
I know his father will want to read it all.
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Postby RANDY » Fri May 05, 2006 10:55 pm

Could you please tell me what happened to Travis?

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