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Postby London » Mon May 15, 2006 5:05 pm

also, I tried to warn people a couple of months back how seriously dangerous any seafood or aquatic organism is to eat.....

And Tam Tam, something else that no one commented on that I think is well worth looking into.....

Is the harmful alien species that get into the ship's Ballast water....

It is either really important, or the Gov't's that be will make it seem like it is......

2 more things.....I just am shocked with all the articles I see on the state of Vermont.

and also, people in Migchigan don't even have a clue.....(except for our Skytroll)

Michigan holds the key to a lot of our problems,,,,,,(the lakes)
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Postby London » Mon May 15, 2006 5:53 pm

Well, I'm anidiot- of course there is biowarfare......

not chemicle warfare but biological!

The gov'ts gave these diseases to the animals and to the aquatic species.... this is pretty much the ending of the story.......

what a shame on the powers that be...............
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Postby London » Mon May 15, 2006 6:49 pm

Here is a snippet for you all regarding what I think the Tam meant when
he said "In the 21st Century".

Biotechnology: A Major Source of Development in the 21st Century
Approaching the new century, we are witnessing the emergence of a knowledgebased
economy where science and technology will play the key role in the
developmental process. In this knowledge-based economy, enormous economic
and structural changes will take place as the result of the introduction and
application of new science-based technologies. Such changes will certainly be
guided by the advancement of life science and biotechnology. In the 21st century,
many believe biotechnology will replace micro-electronics as the leading source
of economic dynamism.
The current growth of the biotechnology industry well attests to this prediction.
The world biotechnology market has been growing at an annual rate of 13 percent.
If this trend continues, the market size will reach $150 billion by the year 2008.
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Postby Cilla » Mon May 15, 2006 8:24 pm

Hi Randy,
I was not really being snotty, just trying to understand. Some of the things you say about the law are quite clever, in my opinion. I was clearing things in my own mind as much as anything, (going on about causation), because I was wondering if you had possibly considered other legal wrongs, apart from negligence, where this might not be so necessary.

Hi Sky,

The CDC would not be, as far as I can see, the ones to contact about an alleged stray target from a high containment level lab. Is it not the NIH which has the organisation responsible for overseeing these labs? I think that there is specific literature on their site, (to do specifically with safety and these microorganisms, insects etc.) What could be lost by writing to them, stating what Tam tam has said? I think you have every right, since he said that this is why you are suffering so, (if you have this condition). If anything happened on American soil, to its citizens, I think that it would be the American courts that would hear any criminal case. Please check with your relatives, Randy, but I think that this would be so irrespective of wherever the original leak may have occurred. What makes you think this might have been Europe? Where exactly do Americans mean when they say 'Europe'? I have a feeling that we Brits might use the term differently, but don't know.
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Postby London » Mon May 15, 2006 9:28 pm

Hi Cilla,

Most of us that have discussed it....Europe are falling under the assumption of Finland/ the Netherlands.....I am still thinking switzerland

but to be quite honest....if I had to choose on the spot, I's say Japan or China......gut feeling is all I have to offer you there. I hope you are feeling okay, sorry, but I could not hang-participate in you alls conversations last week, but it was interesting to say the least.

I'm glad you're still around too

Wonder where our beloved Helen went to? Hmm......

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Postby Maggie Mae » Mon May 15, 2006 11:01 pm

Hi London,
I am quite interested in your theory there....I was swimming in a large lake that had a VERY Large fish kill...they said 2,4,D was used to erradicate Hyacinith? Anyway, it was not good. I am very curious as to how this ties in (herbicide?) and WHO manufactures..
I'm not sure that I buy it but would like to consider...
and yes, Tam Tam needs to elaborate if we are to make any progress...he can be a God sent Hero or a ghost shadow leading us astray...hopefully he has a good heart.

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Postby Maggie Mae » Mon May 15, 2006 11:06 pm

Wanted to also add....what's up with the MEDIA blitz at Morgellon's Foundation...lots and lots of delays and small small town - do they really exist- published articles...how is it that even Enquirer has not picked up on this??? Total control, for sure.
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Postby Skytroll » Tue May 16, 2006 2:55 am

Cilla and Ukguy,

I was not insinutating England at all, just that the video Tam TAm puts out mentions Bern, and a
convention, there. So, what I meant is that was it constructed there, or was it brought to the convention by USA. Those countries I thought mentioned were in Switzerland, Basel, SZ, seems to have labs, as dto others but, I am not saying any one there released this. I am just wondering who constructed it.

sorry, if I misled anyone, but, it seems that the information we are getting is from that area, but, then again, who knows.

At the beginning of the video a lab is mentioned, and Bern, SZ. so does anyone have anymore information on this? Was this a biological convention?

And who was attending or planned to attend in April of this year? The video was put out before April 2006, that date was on the video, but, it came out before that.

Was it to be presented there at the convention?

Sorry, but I wondered about the disconnect there with the video.

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convention april 2006

Postby skipbait » Tue May 16, 2006 4:00 am

I haven't seen the video yet, but is this the convention:

http://ec.europa.eu/research/press/2006 ... 006_en.cfm
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Postby Skytroll » Tue May 16, 2006 5:05 am


Could be where the 2006 one was held. But, maybe Tam TAm meant the April 2005 one. See if I can find where that was. mmmmmmmmmm

Or it could be the Bioweapons convention, they have those too.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue May 16, 2006 5:38 am

Looking under bioweapon convention, or conference? anyway found this:

"12 November 2001
GM & Biological Weapons, Scientists Call for International Watchdog
In the immediate aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon, US and UK government officials have warned of the possibility of further attacks with chemical and biological weapons [1]. This underscores the urgent need to bring biological weapons under international peaceful control.

Please add your signature by e-mailing your intention and details to [email protected]

Back in July, the United States has rejected a Protocol that would strengthen the Biological Weapons convention (BWC) [2]. The BWC came into force back in 1975 and now has 143 state parties including the US, but it lacks provision to monitor and verify compliance. That is particularly serious in the era of biotechnology, when new and dangerous pathogens can easily be created in small research laboratories. Monitoring is difficult because biotechnology is used for "legitimate" purposes such as vaccine production or research on how bacteria and viruses cause diseases.

Earlier this year, the Pentagon drew up plans to engineer genetically a potentially more potent variant of the deadly anthrax bacterium, in order to assess whether the vaccine now being given to millions of American soldiers is effective against the superbug [3]. Russian scientists have engineered such a superbug in 1995, by splicing a gene from Bacillus cereus, a food borne pathogen, into the anthrax bacterium. ".....[/b]more......

.........There has been a series of breaches of safety regulations in university laboratories researching dangerous pathogens in Britain [4].

In August, Imperial College of London University was prosecuted and ordered to pay £65 000 in fines and legal fees for exposing the public to a deadly new hybrid of the dengue fever virus and gene sequences associated with hepatitis C.
Earlier in the year, Imperial College was prosecuted for a ‘seriously flawed’ approach to health and safety involving research on HIV, the virus associated with AIDS.
Birmingham University was fined for putting staff and public at risk of contracting TB after ventilation filters in the medical school laboratories were found not to be working properly.
In May, the National Environment Research Council’s laboratory in Oxford was criticised by government inspectors over its safety procedures involving genetic engineering research on a potentially lethal encephalitis virus.
In 1999, Edinburgh University was the first research institution to be prosecuted for work on HIV under new regulations governing research on dangerous genetically modified microorganisms in the lab.
There have been 12 other violations of the law designed to stop dangerous new GM viruses escaping into the environment.
Serious concerns have been raised over the kinds of research that are being done in genetic engineering research laboratories around the world.

A lethal mousepox virus was created in Canberra Australia, in a genetic engineering experiment to design a contraceptive vaccine for mice [5].
A mutant Ebola virus was engineered in Marburg Germany that was significantly more lethal to cells than the natural virus, in the course of investigating the virus’ ability to cause disease [6].
Researcher in Kyoto University Japan and in other laboratories have created ‘SHIVs’, hybrids between the human and monkey AIDS virus containing human interleukin genes that suppress immune response against viruses, in order to investigate the role of the interleukins in AIDs disease [7].
At the same time, GM crops engineered with interleukin genes are being grown in open field trials [8].[b]One SHIV used in monkeys and mutated into a pathogen so powerful that it kills rhesus macaques in weeks [9]. But this is now used as an AIDS vaccine challenge in all United States NIH-funded efforts.
Genetic engineers are creating new viruses in the process of cloning, or just to show it can be done [10].".......more......


sorta on the Gaia movement of sustainability, but, nevertheless very thought provoking.

Lets find out who these scientists are?

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Postby tamtam » Tue May 16, 2006 9:48 am

Focus is on NIH and related laboratory.

Netherlands 1980, Prins Maurits laboratory.
No C3 permit at that time.
Today one of 15 most respected NIH.

Direct connection with Lackland, Texas,
and defunct gone military airport Ypenburg,
half mile away.

Connects to international assembly line of Starfighter and F16 fighter on the same premise.
(Fokker assembly line)

This same Institute received a significant amount money in relation to Gulf War Syndrome during the Clinton administration.

The Institute is questioned by the media
why they stock Soman.

All area is subject to bioremediation since about 1971.

Rhodophyta like outbreak of Blue Green Algae (Bloom) in 1980 in Rijswijk municipal water.

Its this type model organism.
Transboundary with the greetings of the Western Alliance.

Protest 2004, residential area "De Strijp" Rijswijk, province of South Holland against high percentage cancer (including young people)

The same concept must have been released in the US about 2000.

Demand criminal investigation!

A high percentage of the population may turn out positive for this element but may stay asymptomatic for the time being.

All is bacterial load depending.
If sufficient quorum, than tissue adaptation.

Its a model organism that fits R&D
Nearly invisible presence in tissue.

Demand the Source Code!


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