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Postby London » Wed Sep 06, 2006 6:16 pm

Here is a photo of my latest found organism in my home. It;s been actually about 2 months since the find but just now identifying it. They call it the mayfly, fairy shrimp, but the proper scientific name is: Hyalella azteca and it was no larger than this leter 'i' here. One side was bright red with black dots (quite similar to a ladybug) but the other side looked just like a brine shrimp with the flesh color and legs..... I think it must be coming ftom my A/C vents....and yeah, it too was in side of some fibers.

I was soaking the fiberball in a cap of Hydrogen peroxide when I found it. ... 19106.html

And those Ameobas that were in my home that creepy weekend I fell ill with this disease...well, they say they are now responsible for the spread of all these cases of Staph (the antibiotic resis. one) that is going around our world.....

MRSA Use Amoeba To Spread, New Research Shows ... 085706.htm
Human plague--four states, 2006.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Plague is a zoonotic disease caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis. In 2006, a total of 13 human plague cases have been reported among residents of four states: New Mexico (seven cases), Colorado (three cases), California (two cases), and Texas (one case). This is the largest number of cases reported in a single year in the United States since 1994. Dates of illness onset ranged from February 16 to August 14; two (15%) cases were fatal. The median age of patients was 43 years (range: 13-79 years); eight (62%) patients were female. Five (38%) patients had primary septicemic plague, and the remaining eight (62%) had bubonic plague. Two (15%) patients developed secondary plague pneumonia, leading to administration of antibiotic prophylaxis to their health-care providers. This report summarizes six of the 13 cases, highlighting the severity and diverse clinical presentations of plague and underscoring the need for prompt diagnosis and treatment when plague is suspected.
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Postby tamtam » Wed Sep 06, 2006 8:18 pm

A comprehensive explanation about quorum sensing (QS)
and its relationship to microbial resistance/ biofilm formation: ... _bacteria/


Article about biofilm and chronic infection;

"Although defining what constitutes a biofilm infection remains to be resolved, most clinicians agree that biofilms are responsible for a variety of chronic bacterial infections (16, 80). Bacteria tend to stick to and colonize foreign bodies or dead tissue in the human body. Many of these infections are caused by opportunistic pathogens that are also human commensals'' ... tid=438604


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Postby London » Thu Sep 07, 2006 3:52 am

Changes in active bacterial communities before and after dredging of highly polluted Baltic Sea sediments ... type=HWCIT

Development of Bacteroides 16S rRNA Gene TaqMan-Based Real-Time PCR Assays for Estimation of Total, Human, and Bovine Fecal Pollution in Water ... type=HWCIT
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Thu Sep 07, 2006 4:13 am

after not being able to access a few servers it became apparent to me that:
one should not leave sensitive Key words like "talent keyhole" or "busy guitar" in ones browser use fire fox and wipe clean often... and if you dont already have a list , get one:
Code Name Listing -

after some turbulent hedgehogin i ended at an OAK REDGE BOYS concert
but they havent changed in 10 yrs:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831-6142
The first condensed phase chemical separations were performed on a microfabricated device (microchip) nearly a decade ago. Although first viewed as a curiosity, microchip separations have gained increasing interest over the past few years. Some attributes of this technology are
the ability to perform moderately efficient separations 10 to 100 times faster than conventional technology while utilizing sample volumes that are 100 - 10,000 times smaller. In addition microchips promise to monolithically incorporate sample processing procedures, which allows
automation of chemical and biochemical assays. We have been working on a number of microfabricated technologies that relate to the production of biochemical information. We have recently shown that microchip devices can be used for rapid, high-resolution separations of amino acids, peptides, and proteins. Moreover, integration of chemical processes such as proteolitic degradation and fluorescence derivitization have been incorporated. Cellular manipulations on microfabricated flow cytometry devices have also been demonstrated that include staining of cells with various dyes, incubation with antibodies, and cell lysis. The
operation and performance characteristics of these devices will be discussed.

and London orderd the plasma platter with geosynchron orbital on the side:
The first research area involves the
development of plasmonic nanoprobes having
enhanced electromagnetic properties of metallic
nanostructures. The term plasmonics is derived
from “plasmons”, which are the quanta
associated with longitudinal waves propagating
in matter through the collective motion of large
numbers of electrons. Incident light irradiating
these surfaces excites conduction electrons in
the metal, and induces excitation of surface
plasmons leading to enormous electromagnetic
enhancement for ultrasensitive detection of
spectral signatures: surface-enhanced Raman
scattering (SERS) and surface-enhanced
fluorescence (SEF).
Raman spectroscopy has proven to be an
effective technique as an analytical tool. This is
partly due to its non-destructive nature and
structural fingerprinting capability with very
narrow and highly resolved bands (0.1 nm). In
addition, the spectral measurement is rapid and
requires little sample preparation, which gives it
the potential for on-line analysis and field
applications. However, conventional Raman
spectroscopy suffers from low sensitivity and
often requires powerful and expensive lasers for
excitation. In the mid-to-late 1970s, it was
discovered that when molecules were adsorbed
onto specific solid substrates
, an enhanced
Raman signal of the adsorbate was obtained
with intensity enhancements of 106-1015. This
effect has since become known as surfaceenhanced
Raman scattering (SERS)
spectroscopy [2]. The SERS enhancement is
thought to be the result of a combination of
intense localized fields arising from surface
plasmon resonance in metallic nano-structures
and chemical effects. The exact nature of the
SERS phenomenon is still under intense
investigation [6-8]. The intensity of the normally
weak Raman scattering process is increased by
factors as large as 106-1011 for compounds
adsorbed onto a SERS substrate, allowing for
trace-level detection. Fig. 1 shows a scanning
electron micrograph (SEM) of a SERS–active
nanospheres (300-nm diameter coated with a
100-nm layer of silver). Our nanoparticle-based
SERS technology that has enabled sensitive
detection of a variety of compounds of
environmental and medical interest. The SERS
nanoprobe technology has also been
incorporated in several fiberoptic probe designs
for remote analysis. The development of a
SERS gene probe technology based on the
solid surface-based technology has also been
reported. In one study, the selective detection of
HIV DNA and cancer gene was demonstrated.

almost afraid of the next link in the hands of Sky: ... cppr.shtml
Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Publications Listing for Search Engines

for some info on our little nazi EUgene: looking like a few brave paper on ethics are hiding out.. .... ... ?year=2001

(sooo hard left its write"not US")
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Thu Sep 07, 2006 4:29 am

ohh here is the proper Crisper links:

graph= ... eview.html

CRISP-ER: Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects

""Many opportunistic pathogens can colonize human tissue or artificial implant devices leading to biofilm associated bacterial infections. Bacteria growing in biofilms often have increased resistances to antimicrobials and to host defensive processes, when compared to the same strain growing in planktonic culture. The mechanisms for these enhanced resistances are not well understood. Since most antibiotics fully penetrate microbial biofilms, persistence of biofilm infections likely involves physiological differences of the biofilm-associated cells compared to their more antibiotic-sensitive and host-susceptible planktonic counterparts. Progress has been made on the transcriptomic and proteomic differences between biofilm associated and planktonic cells. However, since bacteria growing in biofilms do not experience homogenous environmental conditions, the cells are not physiologically identical throughout the biofilm. Therefore, to gain an understanding of the factors that allow biofilm persistence in infectious diseases, it is essential to identify and characterize novel factors that are expressed at spatially localized sites within biofilms."

"Swarming is a specialized form of bacterial motility that develops when cells that swim in broth are grown in a rich medium on the surface of moist agar. They become multinucleate, elongate, synthesize large numbers of flagella, excrete surfactants, and advance across the surface in coordinated packs. Most studies of swarming have sought to define the developmental processes leading from the vegetative to the swarming state and to discover the role played by swarming in invasiveness and pathogenicity. Here, we will look to see what the flagella actually do in swarming, how they determine the coordinate motion of groups of cells and promote fluid flow at the swarm boundary. These questions are pertinent not only to basic flagellar mechanics on a surface, but also to larger ramifications of this process, such as the group behavior of cells during surface colonization, including pattern generation and biofilm formation. 1) Using single and multi-color fluorescent labeling of flagellar filaments, pulsed laser illumination, digital video recording, and frame-by-frame computer analysis, we will characterize the motion of flagella on cells at the leading edge of the swarm and on cells moving in packs near that edge. We will repeat these measurements with swarm-defective chemotaxis (che) mutants and revertants of these mutants. What is the flagellar mechanics of swarming motility? 2) By tracking fluorescent cells, we will measure correlation distances and times of cells in different regions of the swarm, in particular, near its leading edge. How coordinated are these motions? 3) By tracking small fluorescent beads, we will study fluid motion at the leading edge of the swarm. Is fluid driven outward by flagellar motion? 4) To learn more about the role played by surfactants, we will measure the interfacial tension of fluid sampled near the leading edge of a swarm. Is production of surfactant coupled to flagellar motion? In brief, we hope to understand the underlying mechanical mechanisms that enable flagellated bacteria to colonize surfaces, a process important for multicellularity, invasiveness, and pathogenicity."

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Postby Skytroll » Thu Sep 07, 2006 6:03 pm


Nadda nadda
Well, some good bricks and one heckuva a fine dinner is being prepared.
Will have to navigate around that for a while
Wonder why the purple bloom is so big right of the coast there, guess I will move North some.


Sure a getting those beanheads!


looking at that one mentioned in your article
TIME FOR PICTURES......... ... sld055.htm

Gliotoxin heh?

Oh the one you mentioned.....

My rays look similar: ... sld056.htm

So.........the platter increases.......a little glio on the side.......


I will follow what you found there, seems to be working for you.

We are building that Lab and we will have one heckuva dinner coming soon, wine, cocktails you name it.

Our research may seem a bit odd, but, isn't most of it? Some of it intentional lab matter just dispersed into the wild.

Miss that guy Irwin.........tried to live with the animals.........guess their natural instincts are still there.

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Postby Skytroll » Thu Sep 07, 2006 6:07 pm

It is a full moon tonight.

When our mortal bodies have weakened

That supra comes in.

Will let us know.

When we shall Overcome.

That natural scheme just might win over the fibre
snakes that leave its Scum.

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Postby Skytroll » Thu Sep 07, 2006 6:21 pm

Oh while checking into the distrophin and its connection to that weakening of proteins that make us run, I found this.

Now, some mortor required? or some sealant?

The Mayo research team found similarities in the progression of the progranulin gene-related frontotemporal dementia and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, often referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease or ALS. Scientists hope the recent discovery might also lead to treatments for ALS.

Trying to make this another addition to the Psychodermotology Discipline?

Plate is getting bigger...........

I am on a roll and until that full moon will hear the Chimes........ ... ed_296.asp


Pick a gene......folks..........this is just one.......... ... mo17.shtml

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Postby mr geen jeans » Thu Sep 07, 2006 6:44 pm


I am new to all this and I am not at all a scientist. I wasn't even any good at science. So please do not take anything I say as anything more than an observation or hunch in an attempt to keep the minds open and the hope alive. I am wondering if there is anyone out there who has Morgellon's who is leading a full life and would be willing to talk to someone who is just discovering the impact this might have on his life.

Two other observations/questions. It seems that whatever is out there that is causing this disease is in great supply and that those who are immune deficient are the canary in the coal mine, does this disease effect a lot of people with HIV?

Also is there any thought given to the possibility of genetic therapy and the possibility of that repairing weakened immune systems so that they can fight this on their own.

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Thu Sep 07, 2006 6:57 pm

hold that mayo..
i cant stop laughing
from this non invasive labotamy...... .
"frontotemporal dementia. The disease "is very difficult to deal with because of the personality change," he said . "If you take one of these people out to a restaurant, they may eat food off the floor, or grab somebody else's plate, or do things that are just ... shocking to everybody."

man ... the more we unfold the disguise the more a rag-tag monstrosity appears... . . AMA has only distanced themselves from the actual procedures thru, insects, molds, algea, aerosoled polymers, microbes.... if we could find the genetic ambassidors of these kingdoms and relay to them where to find the master slave drivers.

duck duck noose!
from the dust sync pole shift
cosmic cycle has remote control
geo bio climate change theory
the quak nada holds out:
"these peagans know not what they do"
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Postby RANDY » Thu Sep 07, 2006 10:18 pm

Letter to and from the CDC

Mr Rutz:

Thank you for your response. Your responses were quite vague as I knew they would be. I will have to insist on you being more specific in order to satisfy my need to know and the community to which I serve and report back to.

Please see your letter below highlighted to correspond to the below questions and statements.

1) How are you going to proceed to get scientific data to share?
2) I have been to over 20 physicians and no one has any idea what this is.What you state should be done has been done by hundreds of sufferers. I field over 5 calls per day and give this advice to all.
3) You are preaching to the choir on this point.
4) 100% refer to a psychiatrist because the CDC does not have a number for them to call to let them know that the CDC is investigating this syndrome. This may help YOUR agenda but it does not help us or anyone to find the truth.
5) Please explain in FULL detail this scientific "process" you speak of.

Please note: You have not answered any of the questions below, first asked by my correspondence.

There is no protocol for a man made engineered bioterrorism weapon to be evaluated. Only health threats that cause immediate death to the masses, disfigurement or those that have already been recognized have a reporting procedure or protocol to follow. A slow acting bioterrorism gnomic engineered virus or a not yet diagnosed or accepted disease has NO reporting protocol in line or an and investigative procedure.

This is just not acceptable and I want to know what is being done about this. We are bare-assed as Americans and it is the job of governmental agencies to correct this hole in the defense and health care system. A "wag the dog" government is not acceptable.

I want to know what meetings have been held about "Morgellons". I want the dates and times and the people who attended and the minutes. This is an FOI request.

I want to know why no one I know, and I have had this the longest of anyone I know, has been contacted by the CDC?

Who, what , where ,when and how are you researching this?

I am sorry Dan, but this "we are investigating this disease," is nothing more than a blah, blah blah to get us all to shut up for a while. That is very, very obvious. You are not fooling anyone, especially me.

Perhaps you are counting on the he fact that many have problems with their concentration and are not politically savvy, but you are up against me now and I will not let the CDC get away with BS an entire community of sick people. I will ride you until I get answers that I can accept as being the truth.

I am talking to you like a dutch uncle (actually... aunt..I am a female as most of us are), and I will not let you get away with being a human red herring to cover the facts and pretending that something is being done.

I have right, according to the Freedom of Information Act and I am invoking those rights and demanding a month to month report on exactly what you are doing.

Randy Beth Yaskal

-------Original Message-------

From: Morgellons Syndrome \(CDC\)
Date: 09/07/06 16:41:44
To: Randy Yaskal
Subject: CDC Response

Dear Mr. Yaskal:(Ms)

The information you received in our last response is essentially the extent of our knowledge at this point. (NONE)

1) At a point where CDC has valid scientific data to share, we will do so for the benefit of physicians and others.

2) Individuals who believe they have an illness should engage a health care professional but should avoid the temptation of “self diagnosing.” It is generally more productive to describe symptoms and focus on obtaining relief rather than trying to categorize those symptoms under a label that lacks scientific clarity.

3) That is the problem with using the term “Morgellons” arbitrarily.

4) Health care providers should be in a position to deal with symptoms or make appropriate referrals as necessary. We believe both physicians and patients are best served by keeping open minds about complicated cases or situations that may evade an easy diagnosis.

5) Your frustration is understandable, but I would hope you would come to realize that CDC takes your concern seriously. Our pledge to you is that we are and will continue to employ the scientific process in an effort to learn more about this condition. That process is necessarily deliberate, but it offers the best chance of cutting through the speculation that surrounds this condition.


1) How are you going to proceed to get scientific data to share?
2) I have been to over 20 physicians and no one has any idea what this is.What you state should be done has been done by hundreds of sufferers. I field over 5 calls per day and give this advice to all.
3) You are preaching to the choir on this point.
4) 100% refer to a psychiatrist because the CDC does not have a number for them to call to let them know that the CDC is investigating this syndrome. This may help YOUR agenda but it does not help us or anyone to find the truth.
5) Please explain in FULL detail this scientific "process" you speak of.

I hope you are doing better soon.

Sincerely, Dan Rutz, CDC


From: Randy Yaskal [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Friday, September 01, 2006 6:38 PM
To: Morgellons Syndrome (CDC)
Subject: 10th time


1) Please give me the number that doctors can call to ask about this disease if they have someone sitting in their office.

2) Has anyone conference as of yet and may I please have the minutes of that meeting.

3) What is the CDC doing about the hole in the system that exists where no unknown disease or syndrome has a protocol unless many die all at once or a mass disfiguration occurs. Where is the protocol for a genetic engineered bioterrorsim weapon that causes a slow death?


I will keep on writing this note to you until I get a REAL answer. I will be taking these questions to the PRESS during this election year!

Thank you,

Randy B Yaskal

During the End Times, Good will battle Evil. Where do you stand?
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Postby tamtam » Thu Sep 07, 2006 10:49 pm

Again I think it necessary to point out that it is very unlikely that CDC does not have sufficient knowledge about this highly modified infectious agent.

For this reason I advise you to unite and create a legal base and seek litigation!


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