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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 2:46 am

Dear Fiber symptoms,

Thank you for alerting me to that (video of Wymore and Casey)

I am having trouble w/ my audio but i'm working on it as I type this. Thank you for alerting me.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 5:04 am

What I do know is that this vector causes gene translocation. Yes, that's right, that is what I said. And to the perpetrators......why this is music to their ears.

Why do I say this? Think about it. All they have to do and will do is
say that we had a genetic composition for this.

Bullshit!

If you think I'm going to sit around on my ass and let some damn insect that you have inserted a designer bacteria into come and kill my butt and give me neurological problems (CJS) and quite possibly AIDS you can kiss my A.

Look F.sticks, this all goes away, no questions asked no lawsuits formed. I will even sign a paper that there will be no farther litigation from my side of this. Just gimme the cure or tell me what works the best.

Spare me. Do not tell me tea tree and DOXY, give me the real deal. This is messing with our b and our T cells.

EVERYBODY HEAR THIS AND WAIT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!!!!!

YOU WANNA KNOW SOMETHING??????????????????/

THIS IS A MITOCHONDRIAL DISEASE.
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the effect of Borrelia burgdorferi

Postby FiberSymptoms » Thu Jul 27, 2006 5:10 am

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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 5:11 am

wHAT IS THE MITICHONDRIA....are you tired? a lot? Then you know.

Here you go:

Mitochondria are the energyproducing
factories of our bodies; when mitochondrial
production is decreased by inhibition of the
cellular DNA polymerase gamma, end-organ toxicity
can occur. Mitochondrial toxicity is associated
with the use of the nucleoside and nucleotide
reverse transcriptase inhibitors
, and may lead to a
number of clinical problems. These include pancreatitis,
peripheral neuropathy, and increased
production of lactic acid.
Pancreatitis
Pancreatitis can be an acute complication of ART,
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 5:25 am

Well Fiber Symptoms, I liked your hyperlink. Also it had some great references at the bottom of their paper. So are what you are trying to tell us is that this is all just Lyme?

HAHAHAHAHAHA NOT TO YOU; BUT TO that type of a bullshit excuse and answer. They know that we have busted them. Ohhhh Lyme Disease is not indigenous to Texas London, says the Docs.......

and presto, like magic, it suddenly is not only in texas butr 46 other states!

GET THIS. I KNOW THE GD NAME OF THE MAN THAT INVENTED IT, NOW GIVE US THE CURE!

ALSO**** If one looks at Fiber Symptoms line, where she typed the hyperlink......do not click onto it until you first look closely at the typed hyperlink? Do you see it too? If not, stare a little longer. It's there.
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read the entire article

Postby FiberSymptoms » Thu Jul 27, 2006 5:40 am

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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 7:06 am

Dear Fiber Symptoms,


I have often prayed that God would open your eyes to these people whom you think are your friends. I really have. I do not think you are part of them, yet at the same time I do not know. I remember you mentioning once before about you and your husband on some type of mission-for your church perhaps? I think that was what I read. Oh Lord, I hope so.

Fiber Symptoms, I value what you have to say-I always have. I liked your hyperlinks too. But the part of the wording in your hyperlink (3 letters of it) is an acronym for some organization that knows just what this is. This organization is a government one. Fiber S., I wrote Anthill and told him what I thought. I told him it was okay. I told him that anyone w/ even a pea-sized brain would know that the government would have some type of monitoring device. I mean, think about it.

To those monitoring us I say this: It's okay. Please admit your mistakes and ask for forgiveness and lets all move on. I just want a cure.

You know good and well that this is another one of their lies. I busted them on what they were going to call it- and that one I wrote about -about 4-6 pages back (Melloidositis???) they may yet still use it.

This is not Lyme. Think about how it's not indigenous here and then and one morning you get up and the damn Lyme bug has spread to 46 states. HaHa, that is funny. I just do not get how intelligent people like yourself Fiber, believe everything the damn gov't tells us. They Suck Rocks. They are evil people. (not all).

This is the best story that they could come up with. What are you going to think when it tuns into CJS or AIDS????? You gonna believe that Lyme did it too? Oh Please Dear God show your mercy and give these people the ability to see what they need to see. I ask these things in your name-
Amen
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 7:11 am

Tam Tam,

This is not the Brucelosis (sp?) alone. There is a helluva lot more in this one.

I don't care what gov't did it either. I just want the cure.

THIS IS A MITOCHONDRIAL DISEASE.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 7:14 am

Dear Fiber Symptoms,

That accronym I refer to in your typed and underlined hyperlink, comes
right after the word file. See it now>>>>>that my friend is the gov't organization.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 7:56 am

For one thing dammit, it is not highly contagious. And another thing....

We are onto you. You are not DANIEL VAN EEDEN THAT YOUR BUDDY SAID YOU WERE.....WHY DON;T YOU COME CLEAN????

I guess you should have taken me up on my offer when I wrote to you before, huh?

Now here is something that the man used when giving us our disease/ I hope this slaps the hell out of oall those bitches that saidmy idea was crazy.....


Mobile electronics to get jet-age power plants?

Several companies are banking on fuel cells to be the future power source for handheld and mobile electronics. Current prototypes have problems associated with size, power density and security issues with fuel sources (usually methanol). Other researchers are looking to a proven technology that could help alleviate some of the problems with fuel cells by using miniature jet turbines to provide power. MIT Technology Review has a good look at a MIT lab's research in this field where they are trying to create miniature turbine engines that are etched into silicon.

A micro gas turbine engine would change all that. It could run for ten or more hours on a container of diesel fuel slightly larger than a D battery; when the fuel cartridge ran out, a new one could be easily swapped in. Each disposable cartridge would pack as much energy as a few heavy handfuls of lithium-ion batteries. As a result, a small pack of the cheap and light cartridges could power a PDA or cell phone through several days of heavy usage, no wall-outlet recharging required—a highly attractive feature for soldiers in remote locations or travelers. What’s more, the miniature turbine takes up about a quarter of the volume of a typical cell-phone battery.

The lab seems to have problems with imbalance issues in creating the tiny turbines where small imperfections can shatter the silicon devices when rotating at hundreds of thousands of rpm. There is also the problem of 1,300 C exhaust temperatures. While the MIT team is working out the kinks, they need to get moving because New Scientist is reporting that another group has demonstrated the generation of electricity from a spinning turbine on a single silicon wafer.

They spin a flat metal ring - about the diameter of a penny - made up of alternating 45° sections of magnetic north and south poles. For the sake of the experiment, the micro-turbine was replaced by an air-powered drill like those used by dentists. As the magnet spins, its rapidly switching magnetic field induces a current in metal coils deposited on an etched ferromagnetic layer underneath. It produces 1.1 watts of power. This is already enough to power a cellphone or GPS receiver, says Arnold, and it is just in the research stage.

To be fair, the Georgia Tech researchers only have produced power from a turbine, they still have not integrated a jet engine into the mix. There is one issue that both of the articles seem to skip over. The jet engines that would power these devices would be run using diesel fuel. While these devices will initially be developed for soldiers in the field, exhaust fumes will be a problem if these power supplies are to be converted for indoor and widespread consumer use. Fuel cells won't have this problem since they expel oxygen and water vapor, but things are different when diesel combustion fumes would be released in a confined space.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 8:38 am

Cilla,

What, are you not going to run to his rescue this time? Girlfriend, we are on to you too. In fact, I know just who you are. give it up!

Here, this is hard as hell to read but it is something you should know:

The new analogue 2 of combretastatin A-4 was discovered to be an inhibitor of tubulin polymerization with an IC(50) of 7.6 muM and reduced angiogenesis in the in vivo chick embryo model. Interestingly, in a series of 2,3-diarylmaleimides closely related to this lead, no other compound was found to be active in the tubulin polymerization assay. However, by screening in the in vivo chick embryo assay 10 was identified as a potent angiogenesis inhibitor indicating an alternative target. Indeed, molecular modeling studies suggest a reasonable binding mode of 10 at the ATP-binding site of the model kinase CDK2. Motivated by these results, analogues of 10 were screened for inhibitory activity in a panel of 12 selected protein kinases and a high affinity of 10 to VEGF-R2 was found showing an IC(50) of 2.5 nM. Structure-activity relationships (SAR) for this compound series with the isolated enzyme and equivalent antiangiogenic activity in the chick embryo assay are presented herein.

the point? Just to show them that infact I do know what's going on.
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Postby London » Thu Jul 27, 2006 8:42 am

Want some more wireless???

http://atlas-conferences.com/c/a/m/a/60.htm


and this message is to Dameon James: real cute; the observer tactic; I bet you have not seen the new article that is coming out have you? and guess what sucker, you won;t not until after the fact that it hits the stands.
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