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Postby Foxy Lady » Thu Oct 26, 2006 11:38 pm

What, though, tamtam, is the source of the footage in this video 3?

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Postby RANDY » Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:37 am

Gathering info is like pulling teeth. It has all been tried before with minimum results. Give it a shot but you will see what I am talking about. Lots of internet researhers but not much of anyone doing anything that is real.

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Thank you

Postby Snowflake » Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:06 am

To Sabrina, London, TamTam -

I just want to say THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for all of the hard work and dedication you guys put forth in trying to find an answer to this unbelievable curse we've all been given. Thank you for welcoming me Sabrina, but you probably won't be hearing much from me - I'm blown away by the vocabulary I witness here, and am truly impressed. I come to this forum for research and to keep up with any new discoveries - any little crumb that will help my family and I live a little longer. I try to help other sufferers in forums like Lymebusters and Morgellons Update - my goal is to make sure people know that they can go on living, but first they must rid themselves of the fear. Easier said than done, I know, but once I faced it head on and made the choice/decision that nothing had gotten the better of me in 40 years and that I'd be damned if this thing was going to either - well there you go. You have to face them head to head and that's what I did - not to say that sometimes I don't get weak in the knees still, but I find my strength and say bring it on, if this is all you got, bring it on!! There is me, my husband, 16 year old son and three dogs infected with this ... I let fear steal nearly one year of my life from me, I don't look the same, scars can be found on all parts of my body, my personality has changed, my mantra now is "Live Like You Were Dying" I've always loved Tim Megraw, never knew how true that song could be... I definitely treat my loved ones differently, obviously life has changed dramatically but I'm still living and fighting and will continue to do so for my son, with the hope and faith that people like yourselves who have the knowledge and education will help us.

You may not realize it day to day while in the midst of the research and chatting that you do, you are keeping people alive.

Honestly and Truly from my Heart - Thank You !!
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Postby RANDY » Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:24 am

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Possible Morgellons Treatment

Postby morgellonfelon » Fri Oct 27, 2006 3:57 am

There is a new class of colloidal silver being imported into the USA that has a profound effect on Morgellons. Lesions heal, brain fog goes away, scratching stops, chronic fatigue is eliminated and the deep aching bones stops too. If you would like to know more, Please reply to this post. thank you.
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Oct 27, 2006 9:34 am

reason for the symbiots relentless cleavage .......
A T P !!!!!!!

The key markets/applications for carbon nanotube-based gas sensors will likely emerge,
as such sensors enter the marketplace and eventually become more fully and broadly
accepted. Promising areas for carbon nanotube-based gas sensors include such
applications as chemical leak detection or industrial chemical process monitoring (e.g.,
petrochemicals, hydrocarbons, nitrogen dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen, oxygen, carbon
monoxide, carbon dioxide, methane, hydrogen sulfide); medical monitoring/analysis (e.g.,
monitoring anesthesia gases, breath gases, blood gases); biowarfare (e.g., monitoring
explosives such as TNT or RDX, or monitoring nerve agents such as GB or VX); gas
alarms; and environmental pollution monitoring (including indoor air quality monitoring).
Carbon nanotube-based biological sensors could find opportunities in such areas as, for
example, glucose sensing (where a nanoscale sensor could measure minuscule samples
and could provide enhanced biocompatibility), genetic analysis, and discovery or
screening. Carbon-nanotube chemical sensors for liquids, moreover, have potential in
such areas as blood analyzers ( e.g., detecting, for example, pH or sodium). In 1991,
Sumio Iijima, using an electron microscope, discovered fine threads in a bit of soot. Such
strands were exceptionally long, thin tubes of pure carbon, measuring only 10 nanometers
across with the patterned symmetry of graphite. The nanotubes reportedly have superior
physical properties; they are highly efficient conductors of electricity and heat, and have
great tensile strength along with light weight. Single-wall nanotubes (SWNT) can operate
as metallic conductors or semiconductors; multi-wall nanotubes (MWNT) have a mixed
suite of these properties.
Nanotechnology for Actuator Applications:
The field of actuation is another important area where benefits of nanotechnology
are being increasingly felt. Nature has engineered nanoscale actuators millions of years
ago. These nanoscale actuators come together to perform useful work which we call
muscles. The mammalian muscle, nature’s ubiquitous actuator for larger organisms is a
chemo-mechanical actuator. Muscle cells are long and cylindrical and made of thick
myosin filaments surrounded by thin actin filaments. A central myosin filament and
surrounding actin filaments form a unit that has a length of 2.5 µm and a thickness of 10-
20 nm. The thin and thick filaments are interdigitated and upon muscle contraction, the
thick filaments are pulled along the thin filaments in a ratchet-like mechanism. Linear
motion is achieved by the myosin head, which is attached to the thick filament via
flexible hinge and binds to the actin filament. This linear protein motor uses chemical
energy released in the conversion of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to adenosine
diphosphate and a phosphate ion. The hydrolysis of 1 mole of ATP releases about 10 kcal
of energy. The ATPase was the first rotary motor enzyme to be ever found and the force
generated by this motor is >100 pN and is probably one the greatest molecular motor
found in nature. The motor which has a diameter less than 12 nm can rotate at speeds of
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up to 1020 rpm. These motors have been used with artificial nano-electro-mechanical
devices to rotate the NEMS devices thereby using biological materials for actuating a
nano-scale device.
Electromechanical devices are rapidly being miniaturized using top-down
manufacturing techniques, following the trend in commercial transistor electronics.
Miniature electromechanical devices - now with dimensions in the deep sub-micrometer
range - are envisioned for a variety of applications as well as for accessing interesting
regimes in fundamental physics. Among the most important technological challenges in
the operation of these nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) are the actuation and
detection of their sub-nanometer displacements at high frequencies.
The terms actuator, sensor , and transducer are widely used in the description
of measurement systems - sometimes interchangeably. In the broadest sense, a transducer
receives energy from one system and transmits this energy to another system, often in a
different form. A sensor monitors a system; it responds to physical stimuli, such as heat,
light, pressure, or motion, and generates an electronic impulse for detection. An actuator,
on the other hand, imposes a state upon a system. Most commonly, this involves
converting an input electrical impulse into motion. Thus, actuators and sensors are both
transducers intended for different tasks. In accord with these general definitions, an
electromechanical transducer converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, and vice
versa. An electromechanical system refers to a mechanical element coupled to electronic
circuits via electromechanical transducers. The input transducer takes electrical signals
from the input circuit and provides mechanical stimuli to the mechanical system; this is
generally referred to as actuation. The response of the mechanical element - namely, its
motion or displacement - is sensed by the output transducer, which generates electrical
signals in the output circuit. These electrical signals in the form of currents and voltages
can subsequently be measured. The overall purpose of this conversion of energy back and
forth between the mechanical and electrical domains may be to accomplish a mechanical
task in a controllable manner.
Electromechanical devices are ubiquitous in our daily lives in the form of
loudspeakers, dishwashers, robot arms - the list goes on. Less familiar are the
microscopic electromechanical systems that researchers have long been fashioning using
the materials and processes of microelectronics. These micromechanical elements -
beams, cantilevers, gears, and membranes - along with the enabling microelectronic
circuits are called microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). MEMS perform a variety of
tasks in present day technology, such as opening and closing valves, turning mirrors, and
regulating electric current flow. With microelectronics technology now pushing deep into
the sub-micrometer size regime, a concerted effort has surfaced to realize even smaller
electromechanical systems: nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS). These are doubly
clamped beams operated in their fundamental flexural resonant modes (inset) - much like
simple tuning forks. In this size regime, NEMS offer access to frequencies in the
microwaves, and mechanical quality (Q) factors in the tens of thousands with active
masses in the picograms. This set of attributes translates into potentialities for a wide
range of applications. Recent demonstrations of NEMS-based nanomechanical
electrometry, signal processing, and mass detection have attracted much attention.
Materials that can reversibly change their physical properties upon application of
external stimuli are used as actuators for robotics, optical switches, optical displays,
prosthetic devices, micro pumps, computer accessories, automotive sensors, and
interplanetary space missions. The best-known materials used today for actuation are
piezoelectrics, ferro-electrics, shape-memory alloys, electrostrictive materials and
conducting polymers.

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Oct 27, 2006 12:02 pm

Ok now im slipping ... . . . ..
Nada Protocol Stage 1:

ah . .. . no one repeat the following . . :

turn off computer...

remove networking card...
or just find your old 56k dial up pci modem.....

place in zip lock bag ...

add cup peroxide...

shake and add cup acetone ..

sit over night

in morning pour solution in a 9X9 pyrex container
stretch NYLON pantyhose over container
set in ISOlated sunny spot sill let evap...

DO NOT INHALE WHilst recovering ?intellisalt?
?polysolid stuff?

send to local cdc lab for identifaction..


it IS the wire it IS the wireit IS the wire it IS the wire
it IS the wire it IS the wireit IS the wire it IS the wire
it IS the wire it IS the wireit IS the wire it IS the wire
it IS the wire it IS the wireit IS the wire it IS the wire
it IS the wire it IS the wireit IS the wire it IS the wire
the nadas did not do this ....
ah ... this was cut and paste..

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Postby reliefseeker » Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:04 pm

Hi Again, I got of the second hospital yesterday,and the way they discharged me was less than human again. A lady came about 7:00am and said that you are discharged...and I was like what about the infectious disease doctor and the internist...she said, "as I said you are discharged and I'm doing this for my colleagues".
I was at this hospital Piedmost from Sunday-Thursday (hmmm...that's with in that 3-5 day protocol for getting patients out of the hospitals.)
I have a visiting care nurse coming today but no way will she put cotton on my leg. My prescription is cefadroxil @1000mg po bid time 10 days but I can't get it prescribed because I was not allowed to get my car yesterday...kept going to sleep. Piedmont Hospital did what Emory did....used all kinds if antibiotics but there's MOVEMENT in my leg will somebody please hear me??!!! I fell yesterday trying to walk...OMG is this my fate?

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Postby tamtam » Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:19 pm

Cefadroxil is a broad-spectrum antibiotic effective in G+ and G- bacterial infections. It belongs to bactericidal antibiotics.

All this means that you are treated for a suspected infection.

The sensation of movement in your leg is quite likely related to infected tissue.

You can think about an infected artery (you could become aware of blood flow and/ or pulse) or about infected muscle or tendon.

As long as your leg is not running away from you things are relatively fine.

Sensations are rather difficult to take as point of departure!

Take the anti biotics and evalute the situation after finishing the course!

What is wise is to make a list when your problems have started and what
type of therapeutical approaches have been suggested and/ or followed up.

Also it is rational to ask for the reason of therapy.
In your case I think the reason will be "on suspicion of"

Sincerely,

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Postby Skytroll » Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:11 pm

Randy,

thanks so much for the article. That is the latest I have seen. A very good one.
Printer back up again, so go for Michigan. Yeah!

yes, we did do this before foxy lady.

I would add to that color of eyes. Don't know why, I just wonder if that has anything to do with it. Maybe, melanin, not melatonin, but, melanin.

I have blue.

There is data base at:
http://home.comcast.net/~usp-db/DBform.htm

also the main page index:
http://home.comcast.net/~usp-db/index.htm

Can we use this? or do we want a more common one? I think there are variants, that is why some have different symptoms.

Nadas, tt, London,

good links. One thing in CA, FL and TX to concentrate on is the Phorid fly. I do believe it too has been altered from a phylotype, natural to a wolbachia carrying bug. However, I do believe it is the wolbachia that is the bacteria. Fibers could be in the bacteria or the mix of brevaria bassianna and the wolbachia. If this is in 75% of bugs and we are being bitten by them, then this could be one problem. There are others. So, depending on which area of the country you live, it can vary, along with the aerosol propellent spray and release of these wolbachia filled flies.

Does anyone know what part of the country is not sprayed by aerosol propellent(chemtrails)?

First, this according to Teller was to eat up the excess carbon dioxide, then it was for climate change. What is in it now? Well........

Okay........we know a few things.....according to Dr. Staninger. Silicon or silica?

But, how and why and who is doing this? In some reports on Aerosol Operations, they have found many metals, barium, aluminum, etc. and gold particles are present in nanoparticles. Also, blood cells were found. I think PH level, alkaloid level of the earths surface is part of this, so then would depend on what is put in the little tubes that produce these trails, not contrails, we are not that stupid.

Why are some areas sprayed more than others?

Not being conspiracy related, just observant.

There is a web sort of thing going on. Within that web are the seeds, organisms and or novel organisms that are changing the environment. At the base of this, is an agenda, whose agenda?

Even the "Tree of Life" keeps changing as the new organisms take hold. If you look at how this began, you can see, the phenotypes, the novel organisms, that we are to adapt to. Some of us are adapting, others struggle, because the natural environment is changing, we have to adapt.

However, some natural human physiques are rejecting this. Maybe far-fetched, but, this was created in a lab, I believe, in one way or another.

That is why we are trying to expose what these hidden labs are doing. Should be common knowledge, after all it effects us all. And we pay the taxes that the NIH distributes all over the world in these labs. Just accountability here.

So, Randy, good job and Michigan will be put in the group.

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Postby Skytroll » Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:25 pm

found this following from the link above.

"We conclude that Hsp70A and GlsA function as chaperone partners that regulate asymmetric division and that the relative abundance of Hsp70A in asymmetrically dividing embryos may determine which blastomeres divide asymmetrically and which do not."


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... s=16168403

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Postby reliefseeker » Fri Oct 27, 2006 5:26 pm

Hi TamTam, this all started with the morgy bugs the biting and crawling,now I have the beginning stage of CHF because my heart's ejection fraction is 40% and it should be higher, skin ejecting waxy fluid equated to cellulitis...My mom had my friends keep my car so I would not drive after leaving hospital yesterday...I have a brother here to look after me but never asks me do I need anything...in fact , truth be told he abhors me. I fell flat on my face right after my mom leaves yesterday. A home health care nurse came over today treating me for cellulitis...I don't want to die but nor do I want to live like this...MY sister and I saw insects with legs on the waxy excrement on Wed, ( we told the Doctor and the nurse and it has yet to be addressed). Damaged tissue could give the sensation of something moving on the inside but I really really do believe something's in my leg...take care ...I"m a little paranoid now....so many things come to light the people that you think love you...don't and the ones that don't ...do....this is such a sordid mess!

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