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Postby London » Sun May 28, 2006 8:59 pm

CULTURE AND SCREENING OF FOOD ORGANISMS AS POTENTIAL LARVAL FOOD
FOR FINFISH AND SHELLFISH

http://www.fao.org/docrep/field/003/AB768E/AB768E02.htm
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Postby Skytroll » Sun May 28, 2006 10:46 pm

London,

On one of those z-mag sites from the one you listed, I found this:

Experiments

Biopharm Roulette

by Brandon Keim

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When people think of genetically modified crops, they usually think of plants that are meant to be eaten. However, to industry insiders, food is just the beginning. The real money is supposed to be biopharming: the engineering of plants to produce pharmaceutical and industrial substances.

It might sound futuristic, but a lot is being spent to stake a claim in what investors hope will be a multibillion dollar industry by the decade’s end and the people involved aren’t about to bother with pesky details like regulations or public safety. Hundreds of fields of experimental drug-producing crops have already been planted throughout the nation. Because these plants contain “confidential business information,” they are planted secretly—and because the best-kept secrets are hidden in plain sight, they are planted in the open, unidentified and unsecured.

This mass experiment has been conducted with the cooperation of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The USDA rarely visits trial sites more than once and sometimes not at all. So far, they’ve relied primarily on the “voluntary compliance” of biopharm companies. Voluntary compliance is a business term for virtually unregulated.

Luckily, perhaps, the biopharm industry’s veil of secrecy was ripped spectacularly when newspapers across the U.S., reported on November 12, that the Food and Drug Administration had ordered the destruction of half a million bushels of Nebraska soybeans. The crop had been contaminated by biopharmaceutical corn, which was planted last year in the same field and unexpectedly sprouted again.

Ever the masters of “the dog ate my press release” school of public service, the USDA announced the next day that they had burned 155 acres of similarly contaminated Iowa soybean fields back in September, only they hadn’t told anyone. It was, technically, a surprising admission. Just weeks ago, USDA officials informed activist groups concerned about the open planting of biopharmaceuticals that contamination testing hadn’t even happened.

Clearly, the USDA decided to reveal what happened in Iowa only after it became obvious that it could no longer be hidden. As it happens, the rogue corn in both states was developed by Prodi- Gene, a Texas-based corporation whose cavalier attitude towards their technology has long drawn the ire of environmentalists. Joe Jilka, ProdiGene’s vice president of product development, described the planting methods used in their 85 USDA-approved crop trials: “The best way to secure it is to grow it just like any other corn. In other words, the anonymity of it just completely hides it. You know, our TGEV [pig vaccine] corn was up here by Story City right by the interstate and no one could have ever seen it.”

Both ProdiGene and the government refuse to identify what drugs or chemicals so very nearly ended up on dinner tables across the nation. However, based on ProdiGene’s history, it was likely one of four things: an AIDS vaccine, which some researchers think may actually suppress immune response, a blood clotting agent that causes pancreatic disease in lab animals, an asthma-inducing digestive enzyme used in pharmaceutical processing, or an industrial adhesive.

Of course, it could have been something else entirely. All we know is that, according to the FDA’s press release, the “genetically modified material” is being studied under an Investigational New Drug application. In other words, they still don’t know whether it’s safe to test on people.

The USDA’s response was insultingly tepid. “The department may consider revising its rules to lessen the chance of similar problems in the future,” said Cindy Smith, a senior administrator. “May consider?” “Lessen the chance?” Exactly what would make the USDA take seriously the fact that millions of people were nearly fed experimental drugs and chemicals?

The USDA needs to publicly document every single secret trial crop in the nation, develop a system to guarantee the containment of genetically modified crops, and work with the FDA to create a strong, enforceable regulatory framework. Until then, there should be an immediate moratorium on all open-field trials. Furthermore, the open-field testing of plants that produce unapproved substances should be permanently banned.


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Brandon Keim is director of Communications at the Council for Responsible Genetics.
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http://zmagsite.zmag.org/Jan2003/keim0103.shtml

This is what I meant a while back, that these companies growing this stuff in plain sight. No one would know, untill many people are sick.

Many companies are involved in this, this is second article like this, the first, posted earlier.

This is evidence, it was reported in mainstream news, and then buried, no further investigation, so you see the news folks won't investigate this, further, Why?

Many companies do not follow guidelines, and/or deliberately ignore them.

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wow, check these two out.

Postby southcity » Mon May 29, 2006 1:10 am

I just found this photo from berkeley. http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/bacteria/mycobacterium.gif


now take a look at this photo of a classic “fuzzy” fibers that I took last year. The photo from berkely doesn’t give a scale or magnification but my bet is 60x or possibly 100x This is the only photo I have seen from any institute or university that has shown such a close match structure wise to what I have repeatedly seen during my dealings with this illness.
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Postby Linn » Mon May 29, 2006 12:34 pm

South, thanx for those photos.

What does Berkely ID it as?
Not B subtilis?

Never mind I saw the link says mycobacterium. :oops:
But that is not big enough is it to be the fibers?

B subtilis can make huge fibers but it is a gram pos bacteria not patho.
Although I did find a page that I can not access that said there was a documented case of an allergic reaction to it, although rare.

Leprosy is caused by a mycobacterium.
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Postby London » Mon May 29, 2006 3:45 pm

My neighbor ( elderly women) is ill with mycobacterium avery complex.

she was in intensive care for a while. took the docs about 1/2 year to find out what this was that she had.....

It causes a thick mucous in her chest cavity and she will be on lifelong antibiotic therapy.

My other neighbor ( elderly man) came down with a strange unidentifiable illness that landed him in ICU for 2 months. could not figure it out......he finally got released from hospital. He had lost lots of weight, now had heart problems and was an ugly paste color..


# months later he was sent back to hospital with the same symptoms, 104 degree fever......where he died two weeks later.

diagnosis? said it to be some strange type of meningitis they thought were cuased from rat/ squirrel or bird droppings........

FYI: the place where I live has the chilled water-loop towers for our a/c system......Rember Leigonaires disease was from this too. and.,....it is making a comeback as a re emerging pathenogen......

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Postby London » Mon May 29, 2006 4:08 pm

Have you guys seen this video on this missing Dr? If so, does it relate to our disease?

http://www.foxreno.com/video/2888865/index.html
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Postby RANDY » Mon May 29, 2006 4:13 pm

You can ask Morgellons about this one but Berkley has known about this for a long, long time and has been the one responsible for the crazy diagnosis.

This picture most likely came from one of our own people but Berkley has proven time and time again to be against us.

This is exactly what we all see at one time or another during the different stages of this disease.

But be careful when contacting them..they have put people in crazy bins.

Ask Morgellons about them..they will agree..Berkley is not your friend.

Since no one hear trusts the voice of wisdom.. and keps on seraching for stuff that has no conncetion to this disease..but obviously there is no way to smarten anyone up.

Figure out DNA and go from there..you are so far over your own heads that you have no idea what you are cutting and pasting. Most of it has no relation at all to anything we are trying to figure out.


I have tried to be a compass but you guys want to sail without a course plotted into a wind that keeps changing direction with each new internet search.

It is way too sad to deal with. You are NEVER gonna find anything out this way. And wait till your brain fog and logic starts to slip even more. You need a course you can understand! You have no clue what you are cutting and pasting? You have no idea what Tam as written.



Phewwwwwww........

Anyone got a map?

I give up...too bad a real science forum can not unravel real science and goes on wild goose chases.


Randy

Like I said, investiagte this if you wish..but have a lawyer and doctor ready to fefend you if youi go to meet with them.

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Postby RANDY » Mon May 29, 2006 4:17 pm

Doc 44:

True...all true.... You have to have a course of action to investigate a specific thing..I have been told this. You can not throw a net onto the water and expect the NIH to fund it. You have to know what you are fishing for.

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Postby London » Mon May 29, 2006 5:47 pm

Skytroll,

quite a while back I posted a great website on this same thing....can't think of the name of it though......


Molecular farming maybe? i will check on this for you.
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Okay, here you go:

(make sure you click onto each little rectangle box at the top of the page-b/c there is a lot of hidden places it will take you too.)

http://www.molecularfarming.com/forpharma.html

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Postby London » Mon May 29, 2006 6:06 pm

To All:

( okay Randy, I admit, this was over my head) but I googled some strange sentence I got from reading the articles on clay. the google was:

Radiation resistance of the natural
bacteria population in FEBEX
bentonite........

and look at what I got!

( I have not began to finsh reading it, just was excited and wanted to share)

http://lucy.mrs.org/meetings/fall98/abs ... ookQQ.html
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Re: wow, check these two out.

Postby J Jill » Mon May 29, 2006 7:05 pm

southcity wrote:I just found this photo from berkeley. http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/bacteria/mycobacterium.gif


That image/picture is from the U of Berkeley- Museum of Paleontolgy

Dinosaurs etc...

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Postby Arrow » Tue May 30, 2006 5:42 am

Hello, I am new to this forum. I am wondering, since some of you have tried alternative types of medicine if any of you have tried or even looked into ozone therapy.

I am an ozone practitioner but I do not treat people as it is an illegal modality in my state. I have a setup that I use for personal use only. Other states offer this therapy through either Medical Doctors, Naturopaths or independent practitoners.

Ozone therapy has a reputation for killing microbes that antibiotics can not deal with such as MRSA, vancomycin resistent e-coli and most any mold or fungus that you can think of. It can kill candida. It has a reputation for treating lyme disease. It is known to cure HIV, or at least to bring all markers down and totally reverse the AIDS complex of diseases.Through over 50 years of use and millions of applications it has proven safe and effective in many complex diseases when correctly applied. It is approved for ues in most all other countries. Use is limited in the US as it is not FDA approved. Some states have legistation that permits its use.

I want to make sure that this option has been consided and tried for those who have morgellons. There is a Doctor in South Africa who is trying to do a study with ozone applied to morgellons. I have tried to contact him but have not had a response yet.

If anyone is interested just say the word and I will continue to post with all the informaton I have so you can decide if it is a treatment worth trying. You can look at the evidience for yourself. Then if you are further interested I will try to help you find a doctor who does these treatments or advise you on how to do it yourself. You can teach yourself how to do it, I taught myself and it is not difficult.

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