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Postby Nadas Moksha » Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:46 pm

yeah good point the mimicry going on in my eye is off . in the very corner
where lashes have never been fake lashes have over laped nearly sewing the corner near the bridge of my brow together painfull as hell upon removal and re apperance in a day!
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Postby tamtam » Wed Aug 16, 2006 9:33 pm

I think this condition can be associated with oxygen deprivation and keratin erosion c.q disturbed growth pattern. Microscopy will show infiltration.

You should ask a dermatologist!

Sincerely,

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Postby anonymous research » Thu Aug 17, 2006 4:33 am

I sympathize with all of your distress over your symptoms, which I know are very real.
I share your symptoms. I contracted the symbiote via self-administration.
I helped develop it.
It has been disseminated to the population via it's mixture into jet fuel, and is constantly mixed into the atmosphere, the air you breathe.

This is the very beginning of what will become a world-wide phenomena which will at first be perceived and publicized as a pandemic disease outbreak.

This is not the case.
While the efforts and reaction to the process, will be the same as any nation reacting to the perceived pandemic, said efforts will in actuality, be a planned and necessary "second phase" in the administration of the "treatment" for the "conversion".
We have limited the discomfort of the process to as minimal as possible, as the earlier prototypes had vastly more disturbing side effects and were less efficient in their purpose.

Which leads me to state its purpose.

The symbiote and it's planned "inoculation" are binary processes in part of the most important phase our global society will be going through in current history, and quite possibly the most necessary step we will have ever made.
With the human genome being completely mapped, a long dreamed of goal of forcing human evolution can now be executed.
What has commonly been known as "Junk DNA", genes that have been shown to have no purpose in our physiological makeup, previously accepted as "filler" in the complex human genome, is in all actuality, "potential DNA". We have proven this with the engineering of an entirely new and advanced species based on our own DNA, with many of the "potentials" unlocked. Desireable traits activated and amplified, udesireables... deactivated.

The program to develop such a species (among others) has been in joint participation among several nations since the 1950's.

This symbiote causing your discomfort, and as stated before, the coming "inoculation" are dually active in reorganizing our chromosomes' activity, unlocking our stored potential to cross the bridge from our current incarnation; Homo Erectus, into our true potential as spiritual, efficient, prosperous beings: Homo Terrus.

The life of Homo Erectus is coming to a close. Not to be shut down in one fell swoop, but in a transitory phase of change. Erectus is riddled with traits undesirable to our modern world. These traits aided us through history, and especially prehistory. They kept us surviving. The world we have created for ourselves demands we change with it, demands we evolve, lest we destroy ourselves. Our collective views and morals, our willingness to live and let live, collide endlessly with our base instincts to horde and kill. The undesireable traits have been ironed out.

The birth of Homo Terrus will be a slow one, a painful and chaotic one, and yet, in the end, a glorious one.

Do not fear the symptoms. They will not reach the point of unbearableness . Comfort each other. The mental fog is temporary. The symbiote will leave our systems when the final administration of the "inoculation" is performed globally within the quarter-century. Change is on the horizon, and clarity and entirely new dimensions of reality and experience lay before us. Do not feel alone. We are ALL in this together.


Do what you will with this information, as nobody in their "right mind" would believe such perceivably manufactured tripe.
I have shared this for my own reasons, and understand the repercussions, but I am doubtful of any backlash, as this will be swept under the rug by one of Erectus' "beloved" traits: "arrogant skepticism".

God be with us all.
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Postby London » Thu Aug 17, 2006 9:12 am

Hey, I believe you and thanks. Hey, also, do you know TamTam or
Cliff M.? Just curious.

Could you please tell me if the Polish Vet. Society is in on this? Look,
here is what I think....of course, NEW World Order, I hate those F-ers too.

But that is what I think.....they hate not only blacks, but women, hence, is this why more women than man have this horrible thing?

Besides population control, I also think it is to help the ecology by building one of everything before all the trees or cut down and the ecology is disarray.....thus also helping to build back the ozone......

okay, so you say jet fuel......? To help get you all to Mars? What about the fibers to help hold that jet together so it is lightweight when it needs to defy gravity.....? Huh? But I know deep down inside what this is really about.....

Robots.......is it not?

Hey, hope I have not offended ya, just had to speak my mind, but no offense meant to you. Can you possibly answer these questions:

How long is life expetency with this? You say a part II of this monster is coming out, well, will we (the ones infected now) be immune?

C'mon, throw us some info to help us.....please?
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Postby ukguy » Thu Aug 17, 2006 12:17 pm

anonymous research wrote:I sympathize with all of your distress over your symptoms, which I know are very real.
I share your symptoms. I contracted the symbiote via self-administration.
I helped develop it.
It has been disseminated to the population via it's mixture into jet fuel, and is constantly mixed into the atmosphere, the air you breathe.

ETC ETC ETC..................



London, come on...this guy is jumping on the bandwagon.

Homo Terrus?

He speaks the language of rhetoricus bullshittus.

Hope you all are well.

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Postby tamtam » Thu Aug 17, 2006 12:44 pm

A number of mysterious and uncomfortable diseases, in which microbes were never convincingly implicated in the past, are now attributed to bacteria growing as a biofilm (...)

Note: quorumsensing is based on chemical (cell) signal.
One signal is considered specie dedicated another signal is universal
(bacterial esperanto)


NIMR, London :: Mill Hill Essays 2004 :: The social life of ...
... a biofilm in mice with cystic fibrosis depends on an intact quorumsensing system. ... The most notorious of these is MRSA (methicillin resistant ...
http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/millhillessays/2004/bacteria/ - 25k - Cached - Similar pages


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Postby hartuk » Thu Aug 17, 2006 4:13 pm

hello Nadas, Tam Tam, All,

I too have the blanket stitch in the corners of both bottom eye lids, which continues into my eye.

I have seen 3 Dermatologists and an Optician twice, but they can not see it.
In fact I saw a dermatologist only last Saturday and he charged $250 to prescribe Cipro, a steroid cream and a moisturiser.

This made me feel very agitated indeed.

Tam tam I read your advice, but where is this dermatologist you speak of.

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Thu Aug 17, 2006 6:30 pm

im with ya hartuk , after anon.research last post im thinking that the ill equiped AMA is by designe to allow certain sectors to profit from our condition and by such negative and hostile responses by entire AMA i dont know why tam tam would bother routing anyone in that direction. all of the information points to a much larger plan and llike uk guy, im not sure if i can swallow the inoculation theory allthough it does sounds good.

since when did humans began to look down on life as to assume a portion of code they dont understand to be junk?

and from what sector is intelligent design really spawned?

is the "go see a doctor" ideology an in side joke or is it done in hope that enough of us will keep pounding on the door to wake them up ..
given the current state of the economy i cant afford both.
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Postby tamtam » Thu Aug 17, 2006 7:28 pm

Example/ index of biological agents in relation to a man made synthetic model organism:


Understanding the Threat
The yellow rain incidents in Southeast Asia in the early 1980s are ... An example of this type of toxin is microcystin, produced by blue-green algae, ...
http://www.nbc-med.org/SiteContent/ MedRef/OnlineRef/FieldManuals/datw/chap1.htm - 30k - Cached - Similar pages

(paste in google)


THE DUAL-USE DILEMMA

"A fundamental problem in countering the
proliferation of biological and toxin weapons is
the fact that much of the necessary know-how and
technology is dual-use, with legitimate applica-
tions in the commercial fermentation and biotech-
nology industries"
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Thu Aug 17, 2006 11:34 pm

took a while but i found what tam tams looking at

http://www.nbc-med.org/SiteContent/MedR ... /index.htm

index
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Postby Skytroll » Fri Aug 18, 2006 3:07 am

And then again, there just might be something going on here with some kind of fiber signal? That fiber, the flagella? The motility of the flagellar motor? That just might be the signal?
Or even Oxygen could be the signal.
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The Signal Transduction Cascade

Signal transduction is defined as the response of a cell to the application of an external stimulus. Stimuli can be chemical or physical, typical examples being light, oxygen, nutrients, hormones.

Signal transduction always involves the following phenomena:

signal reception
integration
amplification
adaptation
a target that is affected


Fig. 1: the principle components of a simple signal transduction cascade


The following modules are involved in signal transduction:

a receptor of the stimulus
(Description of a procaryotic signal reception module)
Receptors need a receiver domain (e.g. a ligand-binding domain for chemotaxis, or a light-absorbing chromophore in phototaxis). Their activation is forwarded by a transducer protein that contains a signalling domain. The architecture of receptors and transducers is as heterogenous as the perceived signals. The receiver and signalling domain may be present in distinct proteins that form a complex or may be fused in a single polypeptide chain. While the signalling domain functions inside of the cell, the receiver domain is frequently on the outside. Consequently, the receptor/transducer is located in the membrane.
a signal transduction chain or a signal transduction network
responsible for amplification, integration, and adaptation (see below)
The simplest transduction chain is that of the two-component systems of procaryotes.
A typical network are the phosphorylation cascades of the Map kinase pathway in eucaryotes.
a target that is affected and produces the cellular response
Typical targets are:
the genome
This results in regulation of gene expression.
the cytoskeleton in eukaryotes
the flagellar motor in prokaryotes
This results in directed movements due to a "biased random walk".
The signal transduction chain (or network) is responsible for

integration
Integration indicates that several receptors activate/deactivate one and the same catalyst which thereby acts as a signal integrator.
In eucaryotic signal transduction networks, cross-talk between different systems adds another level of integration.
amplification
Amplification typically consists of activation of a catalyst, such as a protein kinase, which amplifies the input of a single unit (photon or molecule) into the phosphorylation of many target molecules.
adaptation
Adaptation is defined as return of the signalling system to the pre-stimulus level while the stimulus persists. This enables cells to perceive changes in stimulus size rather than absolute stimulus levels.
Example: Adaptation of the eye to bright sunlight or dim moonlight.
Keywords: signal transduction, chemotaxis, phototaxis, reception, amplification, integration, adaptation, receptor, transducer, two-component regulatory system, protein kinase, histidine kinase, response regulator

source:
http://www.biochem.mpg.de/oesterhelt/si ... trans.html
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What about phototaxis?
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Retinal proteins of Halobacterium salinarum

Halobacterium salinarum contains four retinal proteins, which are photosynthetic pigments with a retinal chromophore involved in light energy conversion and signal transduction.

The four retinal proteins are

bacteriorhodopsin
( Haupts et. al. (1999), Oesterhelt (1998))
the photosynthetic pigment that permits Halobacterium to grow with light as only energy source
a light-driven proton pump which converts light energy into a proton gradient. The energy stored in the proton gradient can be used in different ways, e.g. for generation of ATP via ATP synthase
halorhodopsin
( Kolbe et. al. (2000), Oesterhelt (1998))
a light-driven chloride pump that permits Halobacterium to maintain the high internal salt concentration upon growth
sensory rhodopsin I
involved in phototaxis, mediates the photophilic response to orange and also the photophobic response to UV light
forms a complex with the transducer protein htrI
sensory rhodopsin II
involved in phototaxis, mediates the photophobic response to blue light
forms a complex with the transducer protein htrII
Energy metabolism

Halophiles, unlike their closest relatives, the methanogenes, can grow under aerobic and anaerobic conditions.

Halobacterium has three distinct systems to gain energy.

Oxidation of various metabolites under aerobic conditions
oxidizes pyruvate using pyruvate--ferredoxin oxidoreductase ( Plaga et. al. (1992)) and the tricarboxylic acid cycle.
Halobacterium contains all five major complexes of the respiratory chain.
Photosynthesis
bacteriorhodopsin, a light-driven proton pump, creates a proton gradient. ATP synthase can use the energy of the proton gradient to drive ATP synthesis.
Fermentation of argnine
Halobacterium contains an arginine fermentation pathway.
Response to external stimuli (signal transduction)

Halobacterium is a flagellated organism which shows (chemo)tactic behaviour. Besides being able to detect essential amino acids (chemotaxis) and osmotically active compounds (osmotaxis), it can respond to light (phototaxis) and can sense oxygen (aerotaxis).

SEE THE IMAGE FROM SOURCE
http://www.biochem.mpg.de/oesterhelt/ge ... Hasal.html

An electron microscopic image of Halobacterium salinarum with ca 13.500-fold magnification. From the pole of the rod-shaped cell body extends the long flagellar bundle.

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Postby London » Fri Aug 18, 2006 7:12 am

Hi UkGuy!!!

Thought you'd abandoned us....hope you are well too. I have missed you. Do I believe him? I would but do not sense I already know what is causing our problem (the venom of the synthetic wasp! FACT) I have a team of Dr.s working on it now and getting me molecular tested... They just need to come on out with the truth and go from there...

Skytroll,

Wow, loved your post, good job! Here is a quote from one of your links: It is regarding the RETINAL PROTEINS

The light-driven pumps BR and HR use the energy stored in the 13-cis form of retinal to drive ion transport across the membrane. The transition between photontermediates can be correlated with transfer of ions within the transmembrane pore.
(I think it said like 7 helices......good job Sky!)

Oh Nadas.........I have been back at work and not on the computer as much. I did not know you were sick too. I thought you were just helping us with your brainpower....(you are a robot, right? hehe) Here, I got something for you:
http://www.instructables.com/id/EZUFCHFEIZEP2866P4/

Is that not cool? Yep the MIT guys did it. Look at this one too-make sure you scroll all the way down to the bottom....

http://www.squid-labs.com/projects/tens ... index.html


To all: Last night on the Dallas News, they announced syphylis cases on the rise and also......something they quoted as "Far worse than West Nile is going around Texas and it is the Dengue Fever." Well DUH! It also said that last year there were 32 cases in South Texas alone.

Dammit, the iddiots do not know that they released 40,000 synthetic wasp there in 1993 (Mission Texas) and no telling how many since then.

I also know that it is not the wasp that harms us, it's the toxic venom.

I also have been reading a lot more on GM animals that we are eating....

Look up the Vet society in Poland and read some of their cloned things.

Before I forget.....(Hartuk, and Nadas, I too have that stich eyelash happening in the corners.) Also, you guys remeber Orion from Lymebusters? Well, he knew much more than we thought....smart man, he was calling these weird hairs with that smushed, club end golf club hairs....and Guess What?

That is what they indeed are called. That and T hairs. This is supposed to also be a big symptom in the new cloned FELINE HIV that we are supposed to be getting.....If I find the where I stored the links to this, I will come back and post for you.

More FACTS on the self-assemblying robots:
http://www.squid-labs.com/projects/fold ... urepub.pdf

and Now:

Optical realization of universal quantum cloning

http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0006032


Love,

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