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Postby RANDY » Mon Sep 04, 2006 8:37 pm

If you missed Sunday night's C2C AM broadcast with former CIA Major Ed
Dames', on his remote viewing, please download and listen. He said among
other things that there are skin sores on the villagers where he's
marrying a girl in the Ukraine, that are serious and spreading. He says
they're theorizing it's coming from everywhere including the trees, but
it's actually coming from the water. He also says that the illnesses
already in progress from genetically modified crops we eat will be
devastating. One of the companies responsible is Bayer, and I heard on
the news tonight Japan has stopped importing rice from the US due to
this health hazard in our rice.
Major Dames said bird flu will become a serious death threat soon, as
the birds migrate. He said our immune systems are too sressed to handle
these things, and the Biblical forecast of 2/3 of life on Earth is about
right, and already in process.
During the End Times, Good will battle Evil. Where do you stand?
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Mon Sep 04, 2006 9:34 pm

"Ukrain" aaaa.. .. .your in my neighborhood...


Izvestiya VUZ


scientific-technical journal

published since 1993

Published 6 times a year

Vol.6, No. 3, 1998, Saratov




Arnold's cat map: quantum chaos and operator dynamics in Heisenberg
representation. S.P. Kuznetsov . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3


Information transport in active electronic fibers. Part I. Solitary waves.
V.B.Kazantsev, V.I. Nekorkin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Information transport in active electronic fibers. Part II. The fiber as
reaction-diffusionþ system. V.B. Kazantsev, V.I. Nekorkin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67


Classification experience of matter and information self-organization
subjects. B.N. Poizner, E.A. Sosnin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74


Report of Moscow Physics Society (1916-1917) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87

ANNOUNCEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 95
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Postby Barz » Tue Sep 05, 2006 12:33 am

Hey nadas, I think you are wicked cool. I just do not understand you at all. Hope you don't mind me telling you, but I dig your posts. . . they are just way far above my head. Any chance you can level them down a notch so I can figure them out without 1/2 a days time? You seem so educated. I am yes, but not nearly as well rounded as you. HELP>:>:


your sympatico,

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Postby Barz » Tue Sep 05, 2006 12:34 am

Randy, Just to be sure, I would send link to Mr. Rutz for clarification. Thanks, BARZ
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Postby London » Tue Sep 05, 2006 5:48 am

Dear Rex,

Yeah, that site has some neat photos does it not! But they call that ceraca (sp?) a snail and it is not one! That's the only thing I disagree with that site. I have not read it lately though but I'm assuming you are talking about the vitamin C and salt diet? Yeah, probably does work. *I just have not wanted to try it, but hey, maybe I should. The other thing
you said was about a non-bacteria Lyme I believe? Yeah, I have heard of a type of Lyme in Austrailia that is going around and there is not a cure for it. Don't recall the name, nor do I have access to my notes (computer bookmarks due to it being frozen by someone that hates what I know and has the ability to do that.) Now, this Lyme I heard about, well, I dunno if it is a non-bacterial one or not.******************************

Skytroll, Great post, as usual-although I have not finished reading it yet, I will. You hang in there and know you are in our thoughts.

I think it is great that you put the connection to psychoderm! They planned this damn disease . And how do they get the cytoplasms to happen and the protein Kinases, etc., to take place?????

Simple.....everyone thinks that the parasitoid wasp is not a danger to humans, Maybe the lil damn thing wont sting us but the


tHEN, you have the wasp toxins on the damn transgenic tobacco plants, yikes, all hell breaks lose there. come to think of it, can't we just get an attorney from that article I posted on tabacco and HIV yesterday?

I CAN nearly bet on this- they are making this stuff> the plants, the tobacco and all, so that it is going to wipe out drugs I bet. all the chemicals, etc. now how in the hell, can we really get HIV from a damn insect or from drug use????? cloned and in the plans, the works from our gov't for a while now I bet. I just read not 2 days ago that all the increase in STD's that is going around is from insects. If I can find it, i will come back and post it. The whackiest thing I have ever read.
Not tonight honey, I have gonorrea from that flea bite! Good Lord!


que paso photonic ray of light? so, what's the scupola on those there electric fibers in that paper? Spill your brains and share with us Nad!

Now would you take a look at this very short brochure? I mean, test for mycoplasmas and all? I did'nt know they existed! Do our Dr.'s have access to these things????? I think we need them.!!! ... eria%20%22

And yes Randy, the rice patti is horrible!!! Just read about some other bug/ worm they grow in it not too long ago!
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Got Fibers???

Postby Sabrina » Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:24 pm

I have been trying to keep up here but, man, this thread really unorganized and hard to follow.

The wickipedea idea is great, where do we start?

All of this talk about the CDC has me stirred up! Does anyone know who has been assigned to work on this yet? Does anybody have any contact names for this “task force”? I would assume that this is public knowledge and could be freely given out to anyone inquiring, and enquiring minds want to know.

Anyone know if the CDC has been in contact/working with Dr. Wymore? Ginger? Any of the nurses? Any Morgie in the alleged study?

We have to find out who is in charge and accountable, then we keep in contact with that person.

I have no intention on losing any ground here. :x We press forward!

To All New Posters,

Welcome to biology on-line. Sorry to hear that you suffer. :cry: Thank you for sharing your personal experiences with this condition.

My personal advice is to contact the CDC and search hard for a doctor that knows anything about this, pray that you find one. I hope you are lucky enough to find treatment.

:idea: Fact = Dr. Schwartz’s protocol has helped a very large percentage of those who suffer with the fibers. Read as much as you can. SEPTRA

I was speechless after reading this. :shock: Any thoughts?

Thank you for the link Tamtam.

“One species, P. (Burkholderia) mallei, is an exception to this rule. This bacterium is the agent of glanders in horses, mules, and donkeys. P. (Burkholderia) mallei is not found living saprophytically, and it is considered to be the only pseudomonad with a specialized parasitic animal niche…….………..

P. aeruginosa is capable of producing several pigments, of which the most characteristic is pyocyanin. As far as is known, this blue pigment is an absolute diagnostic character, since no other species has been found to produce it. Pyoverdin is the fluorescent pigment most often produced, but the bacteria may be able to produce several additional pigments, including a reddish pigment, pyorubrin, and a brown pigment, pyomelanin. This pigment, in common with other melanins, is produced from aromatic amino acids such as tyrosine or phenylalanine, while pyorubrin production is enhanced by the addition of glutamate to the medium. Besides pyoverdin, which acts as a siderophore, the function of these pigments is obscure…………….” ... n&x=30&y=8 ... 20493.html

Dear Maggie Mae,

I feel your frustration and empathize. Once again I will suggest that we contact the ACLU. I cannot think of anyone else and perhaps they could give us a lead to other organizations that can help with retaining a lawyer. What do you think?

Dear Randy,

Sorry to hear about your operation. Glad you are better now. How is your scar healing? Got fibers?

Man, you are brave to try some “cream” sent to you from somebody you don’t even know! Where are your brains? :shock:

I have started to consistently take MSM (4000mg.) per day. Slight improvements in skin symptoms have been noted.

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Postby mfromcanada » Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:54 pm

As a new member I find the posts hard to follow. There seems to be the impression that everyone has the same level of knowledge. I would like to know if anyone has tried the Salt and Vitamin C regime posted on the site. I have not been able to find the type of salt recommended anywhere, non-iodized food grade. I have had this illness since the early 80's and would like to state my opinion that this is not a new thing. I definately got it from a mosquitoe bite in Canada in the early 80s'. I want to get rid of it before it kills me.
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Postby Sabrina » Tue Sep 05, 2006 3:43 pm

mrcpvls wrote: I have had this illness since the early 80's and would like to state my opinion that this is not a new thing.

Dear Mrcpvls,

Welcome to biology on-line. I am so with you on this! I have had this condition longer than I have not. :cry: It is not new.

Please send the good doctor a PM to ask questions about the salt and C. ... ile&u=6544

Also, Lymebusters has a very good thread on it, go there and do a search. is run by good people and they would be happy to help you out too, e-mail them.

I think this is Greg’s site.

WARNING: Not for the squeamish!

Thanks for all the hard work you have put into your site Greg, and thanks for caring enough about others to share.

I do know many people who went on the salt and C treatment. Some are still on it and swear it has helped them. Nobody I know has been cured as of yet but many have seen improvements from being on it.

As far as the photos, I cannot comment. My weak stomach prevents me from looking too much, sorry. I don’t want to look at that stuff anymore than I have to.

My personal take on the suspected Lyme/Fiber Disease connection is that there is none. Well, maybe one, infection can be vectored. It appears that Lyme is just more widely spread than what people are aware of; we are testing for it so we find it. Lyme can be spread sexually don’t forget.

I think Mary from the MRF may have some statistics on this, she strongly believed in a connection (big part of the NUSPA drama days I was informed) but I never saw any solid evidence to convince me. Wonder what made her think this?

My doctors are torn on whether I even have Lyme or not. :? I have a positive test from Bowen and Igenix but every other lab has me at a negative. WTF? :shock: My doctors don’t even know if I have Lyme. I can’t get a strait answer on any part of my heath or diagnosis.

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Re: Describing the unknown and then denying it.

Postby Sabrina » Tue Sep 05, 2006 5:12 pm

SarahBione wrote:
Sabrina wrote:
SarahBione wrote:[The study regards demographics, symptoms, sensations, management behaviors, and major medical health conditions or medications co-morbid with the belief that insects are living in or on the skin or inside the body.

Sabrina wrote:Hi Sarah,

Welcome to biology on-line! :D

I did participate in your survey/study (if this is the same? no samples were sent) and I sincerely did not know that it was only for people who held a belief that insects were living in them or on them. I never believed I had insects living in me or on me and I still do not. Hope I did not unintentionally affect the integrity of your work by that.

Now what I do have is a sensation at times that could very accurately be described as such but I have never witnessed what I could classify as an insect on me (other than by natural means, outdoor mosquitoes, etc..) or in me..........

Lastly, but most importantly, can you tell me if you have found anything that looks familiar in tamtam’s video? :wink:

I have seen this video and we have corresponded, but only to end in confusion. I think there's a language barrier which muddies up the communication? Regardless, I feel the work is weak, and doesn't really make any complete thoughts, much less make connections or show any conclusions about, well, anything.

She knows not what she does.

God help us all! Especially her :lol: !!!

This student took information from me and incorporated it into a study for a condition in which I do not have. There is no integrity in her work and she has been made aware of this.

Be very careful not to cause more harm Sarah. You know what happens when you spit in the wind. :D Nice photo. I will light a candle just for you.

Yes London, you are correct about me. :evil:

Lady Sabrina

RANDY wrote:Another expert opinion and no one has yet apologized for beating me up that did so.......

This is probably the 30th person who said Tam Tam makes no sense, either in writing or video. All my guys were correct we now see..I WAS TELLING THE TRUTH ALL ALONG!!!!!!!

Dear Randy,

No one is calling you a liar, we just question who your experts may be. See example above. So, if you are taking anything into consideration that Ms. Bione has to say about tam’s video, or consider her an expert on, well, anything keep reading. She is educated to the hilt and stupid as hell. Worst of all, she has caused much harm.
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Postby RANDY » Tue Sep 05, 2006 5:44 pm

Dear Randy,

Sorry to hear about your operation. Glad you are better now. How is your scar healing? Got fibers?

Man, you are brave to try some “cream” sent to you from somebody you don’t even know! Where are your brains?

For the sake of science..but it ended up being a good cream...

Also my experts...all of them are good freinds in very high academic places who are experts in biology..I am very fortunate to know such wonderful people and trust them..some of them have other expertise like Physics but most are biologists and leaders in their field and I believe them with all of my heart.

Do a test..find an expert in the field by searching the internet...ask him for an opinion of the will see that you get what I have gotten......most are kind enough to respond...I have asked over 14 of these types..that I do not know and over 20 opinions from friends.

So my words are not without weight and thought.

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Postby RANDY » Tue Sep 05, 2006 5:49 pm


NO one I know has talked to the CDC and they refuse to answer questions about this made up investigation.

We need to start hounding them with e-mail and calls. I have a doc that wants to call them when he has a patient but they have no number for docs to call. I think it is all BS.

We all need to call them and get them to give us some solid facts and not just believe the runaround.

This syndrome is FAMOUS for getting the runaround and we have to hold the hands to the fire of those that say they know..otherwise we have a HUGE stupid sign on our heads..and can be lead around by volumes of disinformation like what is on this site.

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Postby tamtam » Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:00 pm

Link algae (alginates) pseudomonas and bionanotechnology

Note: See Chapter 6

Chapter Abstracts: Microbial Bionanotechnology: Biological Self ...
The exploitation of nature in the field nanotechnology is just beginning, ... rich substance found in most cyanobacteria and in some heterotrophic bacteria. ...

Pseudomonas index:
Alginates and accumulation of polymers in tissue

"To explain these results and other data previously reported in the literature, we propose that the main biological function of AlgL is to degrade alginates that fail to become exported out of the cell and thereby become stranded in the periplasmic space,

..........At high levels of alginate synthesis in the absence of AlgL, such stranded polymers may accumulate in the periplasm to such an extent that the integrity of the cell is lost, leading to the observed toxic effects"

Dormancy and biofilms in relation to e.g pseudomonas

"In this context it would be helpful to draw attention to the wider implications of dormancy in persistence and chronic infection in general. Such infections are commonly associated with biofilm/biomass or intracellular growth"


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