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Postby J Jill » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:43 am

Barz wrote:PPYwhatevernumberitwas:
TamTam - If you want us to unite and find answers based on those links, I am afraid that wont stand. What is your next suggestion? I respect all that you have said thus far, but need the real story. Needs to hold up in court. I can see you know. However, what you have just wont suffice. Obviously, guilty party already knows this.
Thank you ... BARZ


Barz,

Tam Tam explained that a lab in Europe- TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory, Netherland he stated, was the European "source". Lackland, Texas was the US source.

He stated there was an "emission" first in the Netherlands- near the Hague- recall he mentioned the Air Force Base near that 1st emission? Then he said around 2000, there was anther emission in the US.

He mentioned that Clinton awarded the lab - Prins Maurits- with a huge grant to study Gulf War Syndrome-


http://www.defenselink.mil/releases/199 ... 07-97.html

Take note of the schools that were also awarded monies in this area.

Another key, so to speak.

Tam Tam mentioned the cancer surge in the area around the first release and that the lab was closed (that facility, not the company) in the 1970's and is still in the process of remediation....

Indeed several emissions must have taken place about 17 to 25 years ago.
Around 2000 another.


He spoke of the problems with the algae, as relates to the above, in the drinking water in or near Rijswijk (Prins Maurits lab) and then later mentioned the health issues as relates to the algae.

I believe it was TT that spoke of diesel fuel made of algae? What a way to spread the stuff, huh?

If you review his material, you find the source/s of the problem and the cover up.

A few more steps and you see the monitors on the various boards- those with friends in Netherlands, Germany, various Universities....

He spelled it out as best he could.

I would say proof is needed - of his statements re the release of the stuff. If he could provide proof somehow, the case is made.

All the rest is there.
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Postby Skytroll » Thu Nov 16, 2006 7:06 am

J Jill,

Hey, 5 stage envelope? Was this for mind control or physical control of the enemy?

Then we can learn how the following are learning how to use legislative material.

Feels like we are in the old soviet union.

might needs folks like this to represent us here.

http://www.pili.org/2005r/content/view/63/95

Algaeoil:

How it is done. Is quite dangerous>

"Algal oil can be extracted using chemicals. Benzene and ether have been used, but a popular chemical for solvent extraction is hexane, which is relatively inexpensive. The downside to using solvents for oil extraction are the inherent dangers involved in working with the chemicals. Benzene is classified as a carcinogen. Chemical solvents also present the problem of being an explosion hazard. "
more here.........
http://www.algaefuels.org/algaeoil_extraction.htm

They are starting a biofuel thing here using cowpoop. I can't wait, think of all the worms debris and spores and c. pulmoni we will get just being near a car as it burns the manure. Oh, but it is to be purified. They say that of all the DNA floating in the ponds too.




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Postby tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:11 pm

In short:

People as well in the US as the Netherlands report to be affected by a disease causing micro organism that sometimes characterizes itself by the formation of colored filaments and polymer like artifact in and on the skin.
This next to a wide series diseases with mainly a chronic character.

The earliest reports as well as from the US as the Netherlands are from respectively 1979, 1980, 1989, 1991 with a major re-occurance in the US around 2000.
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History of Iran: Chemical Warfare In The Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988 - 5:05am
There have been reports of chemical warfare from the Gulf War since the early months of Iraq s invasion of Iran. In November 1980, Tehran Radio was ...
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History of Iran: Arming Iraq: A Chronology of U.S. Involvement
The US Department of Commerce licenses 70 biological exports to Iraq between May of 1985 and ... Article Chemical Warfare In The Iran-Iraq War 1980-1988 ...
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TWELVE NEW STUDIES ON GULF WAR VETERANS' ILLNESSES FUNDED BY ... - 4:54am
President Clinton recently reemphasized his commitment to the care and ... The project at the TNO Prins Maurits Laboratory in the Netherlands is entitled ...
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Postby J Jill » Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:19 pm

Thanks, Tam!


Sky,

Hey, 5 stage envelope? Was this for mind control or physical control of the enemy?

Both, perhaps? The layered effect, so to speak...


Then we can learn how the following are learning how to use legislative material.

It's not hard, at any level, to initiate litigagation- it's hard to hang in when the other side throws curve balls- usually in the form of motions to delay or in any case, just plain changes the laws of the land.



Feels like we are in the old soviet union.

Yup

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Postby tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 1:36 pm

What people suffer from is infection with a highly modified contagious and environmentally resistant cyanobacterium like micro organism (CBL)
- CBL means cyano bacterial like -

This agent is microcystis like in appearance in culture, hence the obvious connection with microcystin (toxic component of microcystis)

Results 21 - 30 of about 209 for microcystin sarin tabun . (0.39 seconds)
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Potential Military Chemical/ Biological Agents and Compounds
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The principal nerve agents are Tabun (GA), Sarin (GB),. Soman (GD), and VX. ... Microcystin deforms and disrupts cell membranes in the ...
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Bioactive compounds from Pseudanabaena species (Cyanobacteria).
Bioactive products of the multicellular filamentous benthic cyanobacterium, Pseudanabaena species, i...

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Bioactive Compounds from Cyanobacteria and Microalgae: An Overview
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biosynthesized in the cyanobacterium Microcystis aerug-. inosa by a mixed gene cluster encoding ... potent nerve gas sarin. This neurotoxin specifically and ...
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Chapter Abstracts: Frontiers in Marine Biotechnology
Microalgae have shown a great potential to produce completely new types of bioactive compounds. In this chapter, the recent progress in the area is ...
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This novel CBL has been identified and documented.
For refererence video footage please visit :

http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=s ... rbug&hl=en
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Postby tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:06 pm

Example of International business contacts:


Germ-warfare agents: Israeli intelligence sources have been cited for reports that anthrax had been found in hospitalized Iranians. Iranian sources have referred to Iraqi use of "microbic" and "bacteriological" weapons.

Mycotoxins: A Belgian forensic toxicologist has claimed that his laboratory has found mycotoxins (T2, HT2, nivalenol and verrucarol) in addition to mustard gas in samples of blood, urine and faeces taken from Iranian gas victims hospitalized in Vienna, but this claim currently remains unverified and open to question. There are reports of similar findings from patients hospitalized in Belgium, France, FR Germany, Sweden and Switzerland, but these too still remain open to doubt, especially since, in the Swedish case, the Swedish authorities concerned have expressly repudiated the report. The UN team inspected cadavers returned to Tehran from Swedish and Austrian hospitals, but its report makes no mention of any post-mortem tissue samples having been taken for analysis. Mycotoxins were sought but not found in the chemical samples analyzed by the UN team. The search method used had a detection limit of 0.00005 per cent: i.e., capable of finding mycotoxins at loadings greater than a third of a gram per 250-lb bomb.

Novel unidentified agent: There has been speculation in the press about Iraqi use of a toxic agent unknown in the West. This was excited by reports early in March from the Gzaiel sector, just to the north of Basra, of groups of Iranian corpses having been seen that were said to bear no external trace of injury--looking as though they had fallen asleep in their foxholes.

Indigenous or external sources of supply?
With the exceptions, maybe, of the last two of these different categories of putative Iraqi agent, sources of supply might as well be indigenous as external to Iraq, given the technology implied. Involvement of the last three categories would, in some circles, implicate the USSR as supplier, for the reason that the USSR is said, on evidence that has yet to be solidly substantiated but which has nonetheless attracted some firm believers, to have weaponized all three of them in recent years. For its part, the USSR has expressly denied supplying Iraq with toxic weapons. Reports of Soviet supply attributed to US and other intelligence sources have nonetheless recurred. The earliest predate reports of Iraqi use of chemical weapons in the Gulf War.

Official Iranian commentaries, too, have pointed to the USSR as a supplier of the Iraqi weapons. These sources have also accused Brazil, France and, most conspicuously, Britain of supplying the weapons. No basis for any of these Iranian accusations has been disclosed. France, alongside Czechoslovakia and both Germanies, is reportedly also rumoured, among "foreign military and diplomatic sources" in Baghdad, to have supplied Iraq with chemical precursors needed for an indigenous production effort. Unofficial published sources have cited Egypt as a possible supplier of actual chemical weapons. In the mid-1960s, when Iraq was alleged to be using chemical weapons against insurgent Kurdish forces, Swiss and German sources of supply were reported in the Western press.


http://www.iranchamber.com/history/arti ... aq_war.php

Index of toxic agents:

http://www.ehponline.org/members/1999/1 ... -full.html
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Postby Skytroll » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:17 pm

Tam Tam,

In your honor, I am buying a Tam:

http://search.ebay.com/tam-hat_W0QQfkrZ ... 1QQxpufuZx

Tam in Dutch means tame, not wild.

You softy~

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Postby tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:26 pm

Microcystins

The microcystins are hepatotoxic products of freshwater blooms of cyanobacteria of Microcystis spp., M. aeruginosa in particular. Microcystin-LR, also known as the fast death factor, is the most common of the microcystins and presumably the toxin of choice to be weaponized. Although the aerosolized form of microcystin is the most likely threat, ingestion--even from natural sources--must be considered a significant hazard

Microcystins have been implicated in the death of human dialysis patients (69). The toxic effect of microcystin administered intraperitoneally is rapid; it affects bile flow in < 10 min. Death in laboratory animals is due to hypovolemic shock caused by interstitial hemorrhage following liver necrosis (60,66).

Mice administered the aerosol LD50, 67 µg/kg, died within hours (66). An ID50 of 1-10 mg (per person) for microcystin by an unspecified route of exposure has been estimated (32). A conservative drinking water NOAEL for microcystin would be 10 µg/L for soldiers consuming 15 L/day; however, the World Health Organization has adopted a drinking water standard of 1.0 µg/L total microcystins for lifetime exposure.

The microcystins are all water soluble and temperature stable (61,66).

Microcystin is essentially unaffected by 30 min exposure to 100 mg/L FAC (67). Iodine has no effect at 16 mg/L.

Microcystin removal from water by RO is > 90%, but coagulation/flocculation was not effective (67), in agreement with earlier findings that alum flocculation, filtration, and chlorination are ineffective in the removal of cyanobacterial toxins. Vuori et al. (62) found that an individual hand-operated drinking water purifier containing carbon, ion exchange resin, and silver had no effect on microcystin concentration, although RO was completely effective.

http://www.ehponline.org/members/1999/1 ... -full.html

Index of toxic agents:

http://www.ehponline.org/members/1999/1 ... -full.html

A novel CBL has been identified and documented.
For refererence video footage please visit :

http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=s ... rbug&hl=en
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Postby tamtam » Thu Nov 16, 2006 5:35 pm

June 2005, Tahlequah
Having moved to another state did little to relieve Marsh’s suffering. At one point, she went to the emergency room, her body covered in lesions. The doctor walked in and went white.
 
Thought Marsh, “I can see fear in his eyes.”
 
He backed up, gloved up and masked up before returning. Through shakes and sweat, he told her, “I used to be a VA doctor. I saw this every day with Gulf War victims.”


My advise to you is to unite, create a legal base and to seek litigation.

Sincerely,

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Postby Skytroll » Thu Nov 16, 2006 6:11 pm

Okay Tam,

I know a judge, but, well, mmmmmmmmmm. And we are in middle of it here. SMall lakes covered in mycrocystins. We were warned of here in July, when blooms are present. I got very very sick in July both last year and this year. After meds, antibiotics, prednisone, and 2 others, I had clostridium dificulis. Still have problems. So, can be in digestive system, most likely from spores? and on skin. In the hottest months is when breathe in spores. Even if do not touch the water. CDC did do tests here in August after the blooms. Community was made aware of toxicity of mycocystins. Many dogs died. Have been watching swans, who seem to have adapted, somehow. There is a group called FSE who monitors the waters. Have seen them dragging the bottom with long poles. Anyone know what FSE is? Sand extraction to have algae settle? Is done in Belgium, and other areas, NL, UK?


We had Russian ships, German, ships come into port in both the 90s and the 2000s. No one even questioned this. They are now. Spread around by the ships. ships bringing in the zebra mussels, connected to the algae, they are immune from it, do not eat it. There have been tests on the bacteria in the hulls of ships. They were dumping ballasts in the Great Lakes. EPA closing many superfund sites, and not cleaning up.

Ocean carriers, I bet, plus whatever is sprayed.

I understand the opeations are done by Russian, Japanese, Canadian and US planes. The incident in the election of the man in Kurzbekistan?

report of it around the world:

http://www.nssc.org.uk/documents/piddin ... earch.html

More on that FSE, anyone? Could be a way to help solve it?

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