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Postby London » Sun Nov 26, 2006 9:04 am

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Sun Nov 26, 2006 9:34 am

very very good london and spot on UK GUY you are right ... although it should read,
"who ever made this **** and is still on payroll: your boss is on crack"
any first grade chemist worth his salt has made amphetamines... and as i have seen posted before many you or some you know suffers from the famed"ADHD" ...now if one is looks into the primary amines used to combat this ailment one finds a coctail of mixed salt of various chiral symetries .... but if one were to look into clandestine methamphetamine one quickly understands that most orders other levorotery . its the detxtrorotery are what is sought...... now given the assumption that most of us law abidding citezens have never seen of produced desoxine this make high standard lab rigor a bit trickybut anyhow ..... in the "over the counter" synthesized crap one must extract psudeoephedrine from various crap and knock off a carbon atom with a sketchy hydrogen/ iodide reaction... but what is very interesting here is the almost silent war tactics of the
counter over the counter chemistry here ..... like ...for instance if one
were to attempt to remove the silica/polyetheline glycol coating from the "over the counter" meds... one finds a most deviant substance called "GACK".... . . now this Gack has the properties of drying bubblegum quckly hardening and has an amazing ability to turn water into this plastic
..... by this i mean roughly ....
1 oz h2o + 1 gram tablets= aprox 22 grams Gack plastic
this is a demographicly sensitive subject as very strick bylaws are in place...

but I have heard of Mexican techniq that extract amphetamines by growing them on nickle strings in some chlorine solution from coal.
if this is true this could very easily be the "cyano gate"

"Beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine and beta-N-oxalylamino-L-alanine, however, were toxic only after 24 or 48 h of exposure. The neurotoxic effects of beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine were blocked by D(-)-2-amino-5-phosphonopentanoic acid, and those of beta-N-oxalylamino-L-alanine were blocked by kynurenic acid, which demonstrated that these excitotoxins caused cerebellar granule cell death through the activation of glutamate receptors. The features of this death were examined morphologically (fluorescent dyes, electron microscopy) and biochemically (conventional agarose gel electrophoresis, effect of aurintricarboxylic acid). Characteristics of apoptosis were identified by transferring cerebellar granule cells from a high K+ (30 mM)- to a low K+ (10 mM)-containing medium. In cerebellar granule cells exposed to beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine or beta-N-oxalylamino-L-alanine (3 mM), hallmarks of necrotic- and apoptotic-like death were observed at various time points over a 72-h period. Therefore, in cerebellar granule cells, beta-N-methylamino-L-alanine and beta-N-oxalylamino-L-alanine induce death over 12-72 h of exposure via a mechanism that involves both necrotic- and apoptotic-like cell death."

http://books.elsevier.com/bookscat/samp ... tamate.pdf.

and hell in a post cold war era what an info war could actually do is staggering....

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Sun Nov 26, 2006 11:00 am

ohh randy...
thanks for the blood work.
are you a vampie?
or you get all morgy and hack red cross data base for names and IP ref with http protocol...
no matter how you got that data ..... thanks

and to respond to my own incriminating post with an excerpt
from UKguy link .. . ..


"Q Cosmeceuticals fall outside the boundary of the FDA. As a result, there is no requirement for their manufacturers to conduct well-controlled clinical trials to demonstrate product efficacy and safety. What impact does that have on the credibility of their claims?

These products can't make claims that they reverse or prevent the effects of aging, but their marketing can include statements about benefits to skin appearance or texture.

That limitation has certainly not hampered growth of the anti-aging cosmeceutical market. Currently, it is at least a $35 billion annual business, and it is continuing to grow rapidly as aging American women with lots of disposable income are flocking to the stores for products offering eternal youth. Ninety percent of those products have no effects whatsoever, whereas women who visit a well-trained dermatologist are likely to receive intervention that works.

Q Do you anticipate any effort by the FDA to regulate cosmeceuticals?

I don't see that they should. If these products are not making any claims about anti-aging benefits or effects on structure or function of the skin, then their marketing is outside of the domain of the FDA. "


damn .... and my dumb arse was delusional in assuming only NANO was exempt from FDA.....

peace
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Postby RANDY » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:16 pm

London: I swear I am not picking on you but I have to defend this site for those that are watching that might want to use this site and what people say against us.

BECAUSE: SOMEBODY'S WATCHING YOU..........

________If I were you; Id keep cutting things- your walls, ceilings, empty sockets to find their video wires. Also if you have a fireplace; close it and put a cover over the top.


Please tell the good people that this is a joke and that you were not serious about this one.
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Postby J Jill » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:39 pm

Why would you have to defend this site, Randy?

London: I swear I am not picking on you but I have to defend this site for those that are watching that might want to use this site and what people say against us.


Just a few days ago you were saying the site is a joke- many times you stated that you would never come back. What's the draw? What brings you back time and time again?

New products to market? Cream from Germany perhaps? Or is it that and more?

Organizing all these people- getting names, IP's? (as in the past at another board)

Why do you need all the personal info?

Makes me wonder if what some are saying is true.
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Postby RANDY » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:46 pm

Jill.

Just as paranoid as the rest of them.

First of all Karen, who organized MoreFest and the owner of FINDING1CURE are making money from Mark and his cream. I just told people what I thought of it and never made a penny from it EVER.

I was just a person who helped him translate the site into English (FREE OF CHARGE and this took hours and hours of my time) and decided to risk my health with an untested , unpatented (at the time) new cream to help others. I took that risk. FACT!

I defend this site cuz the CDC and doctors and many other professionals that I talk to watch this site and those who are against us will use it to PROVE that we are nuts and then we will NEVER get any help.

Now, you can be part of the problem or part of the solution..it is your choice but London's last comment makes her part of the problem. PERIOD!

Can you understand that? If not..I can not bother to explain it any further. It is quite a simple concept.

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Postby RANDY » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:52 pm

Jill,

Sorry if my tone was harsh.

If anyone has anythig to worry about, it would be Randy Wymore and he is not worrying. So any one of us who thinks anyone is watching us has got to be a little off. We know nothing ( obvious by the posts on this site) and we are doing nothing to progress the unveiling of this disease. It is a quagmire. and anyone with good sense can see that this site adds to the quick sand with tons of posts that have nothing to do with anything and more important can never be proven EVER!

Plus I never said adios...that was London....I come back here to defend that not all of us are wacked out and some of us have done the proper routine of antibiotics, fungals and parasitics as to not let this destroy the brain cells and cause massive paranoid thoughts.

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Postby J Jill » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:20 pm

Good link with some helpful info:


http://www.ctds.info/morgellons.html
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Postby J Jill » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:20 pm

10,000 Frenchmen can't be wrong, so the saying goes....

So many on this board and others have had computer tampering. Can't be that the few that mention the facts are paranoid.

I may start posting the sources of my barrage of spam loaded with various Trojans and other evil goodies if we can't move along here.

Not to worry, I have back up and even hard copies- (paper, that is) - so if my hard drive crashes again- I still have the info.

Did you know that they (gov) actually takes action in Virginia for that sort of activity?

Interesting, eh?
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Postby mfromcanada » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:23 pm

Randy, If you don't like this site and don't find it usefull then why have you posted 582 times. I have to say that I like the way people on this board are continually researching and looking for clues and sharing their finds. It is people like you that come by just to snoop and criticize that I really wonder about. Also, people that come by the site just to snoop are the people contributing to other peoples paranoia. Don't you have better things to do?
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Postby tamtam » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:37 pm

The class mesomycetozoea: a heterogeneous group of microorganisms at the animal-fungal boundary; Mendoza L et al.; When the enigmatic fish pathogen, the rosette agent, was first found to be closely related to the choanoflagellates, no one anticipated finding a new group of organisms . Subsequently, a new group of microorganisms at the boundary between animals and fungi was reported . Several microbes with similar phylogenetic backgrounds were soon added to the group . Interestingly, these microbes had been considered to be fungi or protists . This novel phylogenetic group has been referred to as the DRIP clade (an acronym of the original members: Dermocystidium, rosette agent, Ichthyophonus, and Psorospermium), as the class Ichthyosporea, and more recently as the class Mesomycetozoea . Two orders have been described in the mesomycetozoeans: the Dermocystida and the Ichthyophonida . So far, all members in the order Dermocystida have been pathogens either of fish (Dermocystidium spp . and the rosette agent) or of mammals and birds (Rhinosporidium seeberi), and most produce uniflagellated zoospores . Fish pathogens also are found in the order Ichthyophonida, but so are saprotrophic microbes . The Ichthyophonida species do not produce flagellated cells, but many produce amoeba-like cells . This review provides descriptions of the genera that comprise the class Mesomycetozoea and highlights their morphological features, pathogenic roles, and phylogenetic relationships.
J Mol Biol, 2002 Aug 23, 321(4), 621 - 36
Crystal structures of the reaction intermediate and its homologue of an extradiol-cleaving catecholic dioxygenase; Sato N et al.; BphC derived from Pseudomonas sp . strain KKS102 is an extradiol-cleaving catecholic dioxygenase . This enzyme contains a non-heme iron atom and plays an important role in degrading biphenyl/polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in the microbe . To elucidate detailed structures of BphC reaction intermediates, crystal structures of the substrate-free form, the BphC-substrate complex, and the BphC-substrate-NO (nitric oxide) complex were determined . These crystal structures revealed (1) the binding site of the O(2) molecule in the coordination sphere and (2) conformational changes of His194 during the catalytic reaction . On the basis of these findings, we propose a catalytic mechanism for the extradiol-cleaving catecholic dioxygenase in which His194 seems to play three distinct roles . At the early stage of the catalytic reaction, His194 appears to act as a catalytic base, which likely deprotonates the hydroxyl group of the substrate . At the next stage, the protonated His194 seems to stabilize a negative charge on the O2 molecule located in the hydrophobic O2-binding cavity . Finally, protonated His194 seems to function as a proton donor, whose existence has been proposed.

Nat Genet, 2002 Nov, 32(3), 402 - 7 Epub 2002 Sep 03.
Genome sequence of the endocellular obligate symbiont of tsetse flies, Wigglesworthia glossinidia; Akman L et al.; Many insects that rely on a single food source throughout their developmental cycle harbor beneficial microbes that provide nutrients absent from their restricted diet . Tsetse flies, the vectors of African trypanosomes, feed exclusively on blood and rely on one such intracellular microbe for nutritional provisioning and fecundity . As a result of co-evolution with hosts over millions of years, these mutualists have lost the ability to survive outside the sheltered environment of their host insect cells . We present the complete annotated genome of Wigglesworthia glossinidia brevipalpis, which is composed of one chromosome of 697,724 base pairs (bp) and one small plasmid, called pWig1, of 5,200 bp . Genes involved in the biosynthesis of vitamin metabolites, apparently essential for host nutrition and fecundity, have been retained . Unexpectedly, this obligate's genome bears hallmarks of both parasitic and free-living microbes, and the gene encoding the important regulatory protein DnaA is absent.

Trends Biochem Sci . 2002 Sep;27(9):467.
Polyunsaturated fatty acid synthesis: what will they think of next?
Wallis JG, Watts JL, Browse J.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids have crucial roles in membrane biology and signaling processes in most living organisms . However, it is only recently that molecular genetic approaches have allowed detailed studies of the enzymes involved in their synthesis . New evidence has revealed a range of pathways in different organisms . These include a complex sequence for synthesis of docosahexaenoic acid (22:6) in mammals and a polyketide synthase pathway in marine microbes.

man.... too much ... need some help data mining here....
http://www.bionewsonline.com/h/1/microbes_c.htm

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Postby mfromcanada » Sun Nov 26, 2006 3:40 pm

Where did you get this statistic from? Noone has ever asked me my blood type. How can this be said if you don't even know what IT is?

RANDY wrote:People who get this
A+, B+ AB+ 0+ 0-

People that do not get this

A-, B-, AB-
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