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Postby London » Wed Dec 06, 2006 2:57 pm

yes mam, I believe i do....and you know what> I aint going.....

they think this is funny as they play their lil thug cyborg games.....'
Hey, MM, I'm glad I made you laugh but I was not trying to be funny.
What they did was used there lil ar 10 gas gun on me and shot some gas balls .....

Can you are anyone else tell me where in the phucking hell of the stupid Patriot Act it states they can do that? Case closed....

and.....well, we could just open the case back up if you want to.....

let's see.....I forgot to tell ya some other anti patriot acts of kindness that they did inside my home.....

Well, left rat urine. Did you know that this turns into dust...or they make it turn into dust and when we breath it in well, we are screwed. like now I have an excuse....

for me, they could not dare label me dop b/c i never thought i had parasites.

yeah, they need to think about all the things they did to us that was against the law.....you can video tape my arse legally, but spraying the rat urine and putting it in microwave along with that poision monkey plant, well, it made for a lasting maloderous pot-pourri.....

oh, yeah, can't forget this one....Mr. clean, (that';s what I call the idiot that snook into my home) well , Mr clean is about to get popped...no lie....anyway wanna hear what he did< he filled my big bottle of hydrogen peroxide (that i use on my face) up with wastewater....nice, eh?

don;t worry, saved it and gaved it to where it needs to go......so, yeah, let em come back in my house...as I said, bienvenidos suckers.

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oh, look

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/quer ... ds=8433327

HEY MM, YOU KNOW A GREAT LINE FOR THEM? WELL, IT COULD BE THEIR MANTRA.....

"Other than the souls of small children, what do you collect?"

hahahahahahahahahahahaha


Tam tam., Are you out of town? You have posted the same thing for the last 20 post it seems....plus you did not answer me....

I'm not being nosey, just checking on our Tam Tam........
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Postby London » Wed Dec 06, 2006 3:46 pm

why shame on you education agency, now i;m getting it even more than i ever wanted to....nah, don't tell me....nah.....oh hell and damnhell arsekings!

what my ouije board is telling me is that this is so big that it's gonna relate back to who you decided to knock off because of the

damn social security program....well, hmmm on that, I think i will go fetch my money today.....really did not plan on being alive in 10 more years anyway.....what am i going to do with that lump some.....

dunno, prob blow it all in one place like an advert in some newspaper or something....can't spend it on anything fun....it hurts to walk anymore due to all this swelling you dumdums have caused......well, is it today? Is it today that lil birdie is gonna land on my shoulder? He usually tells me to go ride a motorcycle thru Tibet and just feel the wind in my hair, etc, but what that dum birdie does not realize is that my hair does not feel so good....trichoderma or some japenese fungi all over it...ya know.....

so, does anyone have any suggestions to what they would like to see in an ad?

I think this should be our topic for today, anyone wanna share?

c'mon now, don't be shy.....

sample: Internet chimeras by broadband...... :) lol
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Postby Skytroll » Wed Dec 06, 2006 4:07 pm

I guess I will go home now. Home is where the heart is.

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Postby Skytroll » Wed Dec 06, 2006 4:12 pm

Digging will make the hole bigger, but will it be filled with gold?

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Postby msc » Wed Dec 06, 2006 4:31 pm

from msc

guys with have to stay focused. you can't be leaving posts stating there
are throwing things on your porch and following you then you get labeled
as paranoia. for the person who stated they never heard of brain fog before, then you need to look up Morgellon's Disease for side effects,
if you look up Accutane and all chemicals unsed in the patent 4877805
you will see that toulene propene and tetrahydro cause brain fog as
well as toxic metals they effect the nuerological system. It is important
that you remember every gov't officials name and physicians involved in
my friends case, it is important that you stick to the facts and it is important for you to name physicians and agencies in your own cases.
they allowed your life to be destroyed and now use your intelligence
and use honesty and proper grammar in exposing them and their
businesses to expose and destroy them. patients don't need to spend
their hard earn money to go to physicians who refuse to examine and
to do tests you ask for and are entitle to. by law you are allowed to
participate in your health care decisions. these pharmaceutical corp.
all care developed genetic altered organisms and animals, they knew
bacteriorhodopsin is used as a computer memory, they state it and knew for decades, they created ligands and know how they branch out like a
tree, they knew phyplankton and all other genetic silica illuminate, and
have fiber optics attached to them, they can create it and they know how
to tests to identify it as dr. staninger proved. the patients had rivers of
silicone in their bones and hdpe and fiber optics. we gave you my friens
fbi file 0209, agent chris swecker, johnonson and johnson file PRIUSA00000985, which was submitted to cdc and fda in the year 2001
month October. We informed you Quest lab tech deliberately contaminated hair sample, the hair sample was stroked over and over again with her bare hands until something whitish/yellow went flying.
the test was done for all various drugs, but none listed on the medical
insert as asked by my friend, they did it for heroine a physician would
know by examing a pt. if they were a herioine users, they did it for cocaine but they did not do it for marijuana, why because it is tetrahydro
which is cannabais which is marijuana and it was used in renova, proving
they knew what would show up negative and what would show up positive
and what chemicals not to ask for. please remember all names of
gov't officials who had knowledge of this matter, donald dobbs -- fda,
chris swecker --fbi, congressman frank lobiondo, congressman rob andrews, senator hillary clinton, senator ted kennedy, senator john kerry,
governor james mcgreevey staff, deputy attorney general angela lang,
judge richard hoffman family court gloucester county, judge judith white
family court, judge joseph irenas camden cty federal court, third circuit court of appeal phila pa, senator stephen sweeney, judge nicholas trabosh
whose law firms mails back physical samples that we now know were
radioactive and biologically hazardous and he as a judge and attorney
had pdr books to tell what these chemicals were and mailed them through
the mail as did dyfs matt coulehan and krista papas, dr. booth durham,
dr, koulin chou, dr. david evans, dr walter comiskey, dr. jaffe,
dr. victor mellul, dr. michelle pelle, dr, stanley rekant, dr. michael barnish,
dr. saul bresalier, dr. girgis, dr.richard weiner, dr. jane galman,
dr. magdaly delmonico, dr. andrew cogan, d. millicent king, dr. jonathan
winters and sidekick joseph gross pa, dr. alan lee (forensic pyschologist)
who throws away the plastic cup of water that showed the glowing white
rubbery organism with crstals attached, mr. william roeder, medical
examiner, dr. peter calafiura psych., dr. daniel abesh, dr. herbert fichman,
dr gary becker who put on dermascopes and began quivering and shaking
and covering his mouth and nose and said he wasn't qualified to help,
he was sorry so sorry and ran out of the room and left a patinet to suffer,
having factoral evidence to prove she was not insane and left her to suffer
knowing it was infectious. One pair of eye wear that will prove this case.
the radiologists involved that knew cat scans showed the crystallized structures as bacteriorhodopsin produces crystals and ligands and ligands
produce claws and atomic clouds. please all of you keep a copy of this
and look up patent 4877805 and print it out, look up every chemical
and i wish you could get the print out of full description fo fresh patents
composition makeup of retinoids it is 8 pages long as discloses the
chelate agents, the isotopes, the coloured kobo pigments, lechithin,
the hydrophilics and lipophilics, the metal oxides and iron oxides and
the fourescent dyes used. it is important to keep documents and to list
names involved in destroying your life, it is important for everyone in
our society to beware of physicians who misuse your insurance and
who deliberately avoid doing tests that are vital to your well being in
order to cover up for a corrupt and criminal act.
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Postby msc » Wed Dec 06, 2006 4:36 pm

from msc,

please keep a copy of page 441 for your records
and all other posts left by me. you need to know
who to hold accountable for this act, most important
to be included prof. albert m kligman, university of
penn. and johnson and johnson and mcneill orth pharmaceutical and pharmacists who refused to
expose this and by law have to have knowledge of what chemicals are in medicines and know their reactions to other medications, but rite aide pharmacy refused to help us identify what was in
this product and put everone's life in danger. please
print this out and all other pages concerning my posts. you will see in the future how many products out there contain retinoids what are retinoids bacteriorhodopsin and they are used for
computer memory bio chips, and how products have lecithin soy for instance and they create biofilms, lipids lipids lay aphids in research done.
page 441
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Postby msc » Wed Dec 06, 2006 4:52 pm

from msc

if you are really sick and you really want to be diagnosed then you have to be ready and able to
ban together and you have to be clear and articulate and not run off on off the wall stories of
being watching you and spying on you. if your not
do anything wrong you don't have to worr about them watching you, they will be caught in their own crimes. they brag on the internet what these chemicals and genetic alter genes do, they brag about nano tehcnology, kligman puts in the full view description of retinod makeup composition that he used nano particles, metals, chemo agents,
ion beams and electro static, radioactive material using light waves to manuever self assembly lipids
and crystal structures. crystals are used in commuciations. they put out on the internet how
phosphourous ligands should not leave the lab.
but the chemicals used here created the ponytail ligand and shows so clearly in the cat scan and it
appears like a ponytail, we definitely see we the
name of it came from. we need to meet in numbers, right now we have a source and where others using over the counter products that state
retinoids, that state lipids, that state lecithin and soy derivitives. the body can't digest plastics and
they are putting plastics on pills we takes, anything
that is gel is a plastic it is caled ldpe light density polyethylene. be sensible and be wise they feel they are above you in intelligence because they went to college and got decree. you can read and
research just like they did, it doesn't make them smarter as this is proof of their stupidity and arrogance and greed that they created something that can will harm them and their families. as stated before dr. greg smith was the only smart, ethical and wise one. he knew he was infected by his patients and knew when to resign that he would only be passing the infection on to others besides
the fact the brain fog interferred with his clear
thinking and judgment. he is someone to admire
if people my friend has been in contact with are infected what do think happened to the above physicians and judges and others sitting waiting to have their cases heard, they have become infected.
their arrogance and stupidity will not let them admit to it because they don't want to hurt themselves financially. it is all about the buck. force them to answer on national tv, have an open forum with all in the same room. call their bluff.
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Wed Dec 06, 2006 4:55 pm

!!!go ALL!!!

any one mused that chemtrail is a airborne GWEN TOWER... and that HAArp aint nottin a nonlocal transportation rout via IONized H2O ....

using those molicules like a piggyback and random distribution of various particules from various high alttitude sources to become diamagnetic for materialization thru condensation by HAArp ....
nothing but a planetary particule beam......

here is a tiny amount of Patents ...... . . .

1. Tzong-Rong Ling , Yau-Ching Tasi, Tse-Chuan Chou, and Chung-Chiun Liu, “Molecular Imprinting of Dopamine by Inorganic Matrices for Analysis of Biogenic Amines,” Submitted to Analytica Chimica Acta.
2. 林宗榮、蔡耀慶、周澤川,分子模版拓印技術-仿人造抗體之合成介紹,科儀新知,第二十四卷第三期,民國九十一年十二月,p91-99.
3. Tzong-Rong Ling, Yau-Ching Tasi, Shin Hong Ou and Tse-Chuan Chou, “Modified electrodes by molecularly imprinted polypyrrole for dopamine detection” submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics
4. Tsai, Y. C., Ling, T. R., Shiesh, S. C. and Chou, T. C.,“Catecholamine Sensor Prepared by Molecular Imprinting on Inorganic Film with Quartz Crystal Microbalance”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioe
1. Tzong-Rong Ling, Yau-Ching Tasi, Shin Hong Ou and Tse-Chuan Chou, “Modified electrodes by molecularly imprinted polypyrrole for dopamine detection,” The Second International workshop on molecular imprinting polymers, La Grande Motte, France: September 16-19th, 2002
2. Tzong-Rong Ling, Yau-Ching Tasi, Shin Hong Ou and Tse-Chuan Chou, “Modified electrodes by molecularly imprinted polypyrrole for dopamine detection,”The 1st International Meeting on Microsensors & Microsystems ( IMµ2 ), Tainan, Taiwan, Jan. 12-14, 2003.
3. Yau-Ching Tsai , Tzong-Rong Ling, Tse-Chuan Chou and Shu-Chu Shiesh, “Catecholamine Sensor prepared by Molecular Imprinting on Inorganic Film with Quartz Crystal Microbalance,” The 1st International Meeting on Microsensors & Microsystems ( IMµ2 ), Tainan, Taiwan, Jan. 12-14, 2003.
4. Tzong-Rong Ling, Yao-Zen Syu, Hsiu-Yen Chou, Shin Lin and Tse-Chuan Chou, “Electrochemical behavior of a dopamine selective membrane prepared by forming a molecular imprint as a conducting polymer”, First world congress on Synthetic Receptors, 15-17 October (2003), P3.01.
5. Tse-Chuan Chou, Tzong-Rong Ling, Mei-Jen Syu, Ton-Y lin, John F. Rick, Sin-Hon Ou, “Artificial recepotors with sub-nano and nano cavities fabricated by molecularly imprinted organic and inorganic polymers”, First world congress on Synthetic Receptors, 15-17 October (2003), P3.10.
Growth of Single Crystal ZnO Nanowires Using Sputter Deposition,” the First IMµ2 Conference, Taiwan, January 12-14th, 2003.
2. Jyh-Ming Ting, Wen-Ting Chiou, T.H. Wu, “Investigation of Adhesion Between a Dielectric Layer and a Polymer Overcoat Using a CV Measurement Technique,” International Conference on Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films, San Diego, April, 2003.

1. Che-Hsin Lin, Gwo-Bin Lee, Lung-Ming Fu and Bao-Herng Hwey, “Vertical Focusing Device Utilizing Dielectrophoretic Force and Its Application on Micro Flow Cytometer,” accepted for publishing, IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 2004. (In USA) (EI, SCI; Impact factor = 2.835) (Corresponding author).
2. Chi-Han Chiou and Gwo-Bin Lee, “Minimal Dead-Volume Connectors for Microfluidics Using PDMS Casting Techniques,” accepted for publishing, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2004. (EI, SCI; Impact factor = 1.755) (Corresponding author).
3. Chia-Sheng Liao, Gwo-Bin Lee, Jiunn-Jong Wu, Chih-Ching Chang, Tung-Min Hsieh, Ching-Hsing Luo, “Micromachined Polymerase Chain Reaction System for Multiple DNA Amplification on Upper-respiratory Tract Infectious Diseases,” accepted for publishing, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 2004 (SCI; Impact factor = 2.714) (Corresponding author).
4. 李國賓, “微型實驗室生醫晶片及其應用,” accepted for publishing, 電機月刊, 2004.
5. Chia-Yen Lee, Gwo-Bin Lee, Lung-Ming Fu, Kuo-Hoong Lee and Ruey-Jen Yang, “Electrokinetically-Driven Active Flow Controllers Utilizing Zeta Potential Variation in Silica-based Microchannels,” accepted for publishing, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 2004 (EI, SCI; Impact factor = 1.755) (corresponding author).
6. Che-Hsin Lin, Gwo-Bin Lee, Lung-Ming Fu, Shu-Hui Chen, “Integrated Optical-Fiber Capillary Electrophoresis Microchips with Novel Spin-on-Glass Surface Modification,”
Biosensors and Bioelectronics,Vol. 20, Iss. 1, pp. 83-90, 2004. (In USA) (SCI; Impact factor = 2.714) (corresponding author).
7. Chien-Chung Wu, Gwo-Bin Lee, Mei-Hsing Chen and Ching-Hsing Luo, “Micromachined oxygen gas sensors for microscopic energy consumption measurement systems,” accepted for publishing, Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology, 2004. (In UK) (SCI, EI; Impact factor = 0.527)
8. Gwo-Bin Lee, Lung-Ming Fu, Che-Hsin Lin, Chia-Yen Lee and Ruey-Jen Yang, “Dispersion Control in Microfluidic Bio-Chips by Localized Zeta Potential Variation Using the Capacitance Effect,” accepted for publishing, Electrophoresis, 2004. (In Germany) (EI, SCI; Impact factor = 4.325).
9. Gwo-Bin Lee, Fu-Chun Huang, Chia-Yen Lee and Jiun-Jih Miau, “A New Fabrication Process for a Flexible Skin with Temperature Sensor Array and Its Applications,” in press, Acta Mechanica Solida Sinica, 2004 (In China) (EI, SCI; Impact factor = 0.226).
10. Chia-Yen Lee, Gwo-Bin Lee, “Applications of Micromachine-based Temperature Control Systems on Bio-chips,” in press, Acta Mechanica Sinica, 2004.(In China) (EI, SCI; Impact factor = 0.726) (corresponding author).
11. 李國賓, “下一波之生物晶片-微流體生醫晶片之應用及研發,” 《科學發展》月刊, in press, 2004. (In Taiwan)
12. Gwo-Bin Lee, Ruey-Jen Yang, Lung-Ming Fu and Yen-Heng Lin, “Manipulation of Micro-particles Using New Modes of Travelling-wave-dielectrophoretic Forces

http://myweb.ncku.edu.tw/~tcchou/mimsc/ ... roj_25.htm

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baki balls

Postby Deena » Wed Dec 06, 2006 5:06 pm

Skytroll wrote:
http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/
buckball/buckball.html

They now call them BAKI BALLS........

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couldn't get it...it came up as forbidden. By chance, anyone else get the same?~D
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Postby Skytroll » Wed Dec 06, 2006 5:10 pm

Joy will be found in the morning.

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Wed Dec 06, 2006 5:20 pm

go ahead and flame me for being redundant but ...... .
hey sky heres your ION channel... . . . .
Direct Imaging of Molecular Transport Through Skin
http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v104/ ... 1027a.html
Scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) was used to image spatial variations in the molecular flux of Fe(CN)6–4 across excised hairless and nude mouse skins. The SECM response is specific to electroactive molecules, allowing selective imaging of the flux of Fe(CN)6–4 in multicomponent ionic solutions. Quantitative SECM image analysis demonstrated that 40% to 60% of the total Fe(CN)6–4 flux occurred through appendages in the skin, SECM analysis of skin samples exposed to a known transport enhancer, sodium dodecylsulfate, indicated that the increase in the ion transport rate occurred exclusively in nonporous skin tissue
Scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) is a powerful technique for examining the diffusive, convective, and migratory transport of solutes. In SECM, an ultramicroelectrode (UME), attached to piezoelectric positioners, is mobile in three dimensions. The UME can be positioned close to an interface with submicron precision, and can probe the topography, reactivity, or permeability of that interface with high spatial resolution (Bard et al., 1991b; Barker et al., 1999). SECM has been applied to the study of a number of synthetic membranes and biomaterials including skin (Bath et al., 1998; Scott et al., 1991; 1993a, b; 1995), dentine (Macpherson et al., 1995a, b; Unwin et al., 1997), and bilayer lipid membranes (Matsue et al., 1994). SECM has the advantage over scanning ion conductance microscopy, which has found some application in the investigation of membrane transport (Hansma et al., 1989; Korchev et al., 1997), in that it can selectively detect both neutral and charged species, rather than measure total ion currents.

# L. C. Chen, Y. H. Huang, and K. C. Ho, “A Complementary Electrochromic System based on Prussian Blue and Indium Hexacyanoferrate”# “Nonlinear Diffusion Behavior for the Prussian Blue Electrode: II. Interpretation of Variable Diffusivity during the Insertion/Extraction Processes”, J. Electrochem. Soc., 149, E40-E44 (2002) (SCI,EI) IF=2.330
# C. L. Lin, C. C. Lee, and K. C. Ho, “Spectroelectrochemical Studies of Manganese Phthalocyanine Thin Films for Applications in Electrochromic Devices”,

....CHEMTRAIL distro of the tubes ...... to be filled as designed per DNA code to order .....

# “Micro and Nano Scale Metal Oxide Hollow Particles Produced by Spray Preciptiation in a Liquid-Liquid System”, Materials Sciense and Engineering A, A359 p24-30. (in USA) (SCI)
# Su, K. H., Wang, S. H. and Chou, T. C., 2002, “The Reduction of Butyraldehyde and Oxidation of Furan by Paired Electrolysis”, J. Chin. Inst. Chem. Engrs, accepted (SCI)
# M. Venkateswarlu, J. S. Do, C. W. Lin and T. C. Chou, B. J. Hwang,
Colorimetric Detection of Morphine in a Molecualarly Imprinted Polymer Using an Aqueous Mixture of Fe3+ and [Fe(CN)6]3-”, Analytica Chimica Acta, (in press). (SCI,EI

.......DUAL USE......

The Use of Air Fuel Cell Cathodes to Remove Contaminants from Spent Chromium Plating Solutions” Environmental Technology, accepted (in USA) (SCI)
# Su, Y. F. and Chou, T. C., 2002, “Photocurrent Performance and Nanostructure Analysis of TiO2/ITO Electrode Prepared Using Reactive Sputtering” J. Electrochem. Soc. in revised (in USA) (SCI) (EI)
# he Anionic Effect on the Intercalation and Spectral Propterties of Poly(butyl viologen) Films”, The 5th International Symposium on New Materials for Electrochemical Systems, Montreal, Canada (2003).
# J. Y. Liao and K. C. Ho, “The Photoelectrochromic Device using PEDOT Thin Film”, The 5th International Symposium on New Materials for Electrochemical Systems, Montreal, Canada (2003).
# T. S. Tung and K. C. Ho, “A Complementary Electrochromic Device Containing 3,4-Ethylenedioxythiophene and Prussian Blue”, The 203rd Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Paris, France (2003).
# K. C. Ho, W. L. Chang, and L. C. Chen, “General Design Equations for the Optimization of Complementary Electrochromic Devices”, The 203rd Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Paris, France (2003).
# K. C. Ho, F. C. Yu, and Y. W. Fang, “A Study on the Electro-optical Properties of HV and TMPD with Their Application in Electrochromic Devices”
# Wang, S. H., Liu, C. C. and Chou, T. C., 2002, “Development of a Solid-State Thick Film Calcium Ion-Selective Electrode”, Sens. Actuators B, accepted. (in USA) (SCI ) (EI)
# Lee, Y. G. and Chou, T. C., 2002, “Effect of Electroless Ni-Co Alloy Deposition on the Ethanol Amperometric Sensor”, submitted to Sensors and Actuators B, (in USA) (SCI ) (EI)
# Lee, C. C. and Chou, T. C., 2002, “Hydrogenations of Cyclohexene and Benzaldehyde over Electroless Ni/γ-Al2O3 Catalyst Prepared in the Presence of a Magnetic Field.”, submitted to Appl. Cat. ( in USA ) (SCI)
# Yen, P. W., Chou, T. C., 2002, “Temerature Programmed Reduction Study of Cu-Pd, Co-Pd and Ni-Pd Bimetal Catalysts on Styrene–Divinylbenzene Copolymer”, submitted to Appl.Catal.A: General, (in USA) (SCI)
# Lin, S. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Development of an Amperometric Acetic Acids Sensor in Organic System”, Tamkagn Journal of Science and Engineering, Vol.6, No. 4, p.195-199
# Lin, Shin., Chou, T. C., 2002, “Investigation of Acetic Acid Amperometric Sensor”, submitted to Electroanalysis. (SCI)
# Weng, Y. C. and Chou, T. C., 2002, “Sputtered Thin Film of Nanostructured Ni/Pt/Ti on Al2O3 Substrate for Ethanol Sensors” submitted to Electroanalysis. (in USA) (SCI )
# Chen, M. H., Liu, C. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Thin Film Trichloroethylene Electrochemical Sensor”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics. in revised. (in England) (SCI)
# Chen, W. J., Lin, D. Y., Chung, M. L. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Synthesis of Ultrathin Cholesterol-Imprinted Film Composite Membranes”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI ) (SCI)
# Tsai, Y. C., Ling, T. R., Shiesh, S. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Catecholamine Sensor Prepared by Molecular Imprinting on Inorganic Film with Quartz Crystal Microbalance”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Ou, S. H., Wu, M. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Molecularly Imprinted Acrylamide Polymers for the Recognition of Lysozyme”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Lin, T. Y., Hu, C. H., Ho, H. Y. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Determination of Albumin Concentration by MIP QCM Sensor”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Venkateswarlu, M., Hwang, B. J., Do, J. S., Lin, C. W. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Synthesis and Electrochemical Studies on Li4Ti5O12 Anode Material for Lithium Batteries”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Hu, S. G., Hwang, B. J. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Performance of Sine-Wave Charging for Lithium Ion Battery”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Liao, W. Y., Liu, C. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Mixed Oxide RF Sputter Thin Film as pH Sensing Material”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Shiesh, S. C., Lin, X. Z. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Measurement of hs-CRP by an Immunochemiluminonmetric Assay”, submitted to Clinic Chemistry. (in USA) (SCI)
# Lin, S., Liu, C. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Amperometric Acetylcholine Micro-Sensor Catalyzed by Nickel Anode Electrode”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, in revised. (in England) (SCI)
# Chen, W. J., Lee, M. H. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Synthesis of Ultrathin Molecularly Imprinted Film Composite Membranes for Sensing Progesterone”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# W. J. Chen, D. Y. Lin and T. C. Chou, “Synthesis of Ultrathin Molecularly Imprinted Film Composite Membranes for Sensing Cholesterol”, Analytica Chimica Acta, Submitted.
# W. J. Chen, D. Y. Lin, M. L. Chung and T. C. Chou, “Synthesis of Ultrathin Cholesterol-Imprinted Film Composite Membranes”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Submitted (2003).
# Ling, T. R., Tasi, Y. C., Ou, S. H. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Modified Electrode by Molecularly Imprinted Polypyrrole for Dopamine Detection”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Tzong-Rong Ling , Yau-Ching Tasi, Tse-Chuan Chou, and Chung-Chiun Liu, “Molecular Imprinting of Dopamine by Inorganic Matrices for Analysis of Biogenic Amines,” Submitted to Analytica Chimica Acta.
# Thong-Yueh Lin, Chih-Hsien Hu, Tse-Chuan Chou and Shu-Chu Shiesh, “Molecular imprinting polymer for analysis of Albumin”, submitted to Analytica Chimica Acta.
# Lin, C. F., Shiesh, S. H. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “A Simple Method for Isolation of Human C-Reactive Protein (hCRP)”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Lee, Y. G., Chou, T. C., 2003, “Ion Liquid Ethanol Sensor”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, in revised. (in England) (SCI)
# Weng, Y. C., Rick, J. F., Chou, T. C., 2003, “Sputtered Thin Film of Nanostructured Ni/Pt/Ti on Al2O3 Substrated for Ethanol Sensors”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, in revised. (in England) (SCI)
# Lin, S. Y., Chou, T. C., 2003, “Micro Amperometric Sensor for Detecting Acetic Acid”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Hsu, C. S., Yang, M. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Fabrication of Micro Acetone Sensor by Thin Film Technology”, submitted to Bionsensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Chien, H. C., Li, T. L., Rick, J. F., Liu, C. C. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “On Dissolved Oxygen Micro-Sensor”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Wang, C. Y., Chou, T. C., 2003, “Sensing Water Content in the Extremely High Concentrated Sulfuric Acid by Using DSA Electrode”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Min-Hua Chen., Chou, T. C., 2003, “An amperometric trichloroethylene sensor using Pb foil and Pb modified electrode in organic electrolyte”, Analytica chimica Acta in revised. (in Netherlands) (SCI)
# Uang, Y. M., and Chou, T. C., 2003, “On the Polypyrrole/Glucose Oxidase Morphology of Biosensor”, submitted to Sythetic Metals. (in USA) (SEI)
# Uang, Y. M., and Chou, T. C., 2003, “On the Characteristics of glucose biosensor with doughnut-shaped glucose oxidase bundled with polypyrrole“, submitted to Sensor and Actuators. (SCI)
# Liao, W. Y., Lee, Y. G. and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Telemetric Electrochemical Seneors”, submitted to Biosensors and Bioelectronics. (in England) (SCI)
# Y. G. Lee and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Diamond-like Carbon Ethanol Electrochemical Sensors”, submitted to Analytical Chemistry.
# Y. G. Lee and Chou, T. C., 2003, “Diamond-like Carbon pH Sensor”, submitted to Diamond and Diamond realter Materials.
# John. .F. Rick and Tse-Chuan Chou, 2003, “QCM Investigation of Protein Binding to Imprinted Thin Films”, submitted to Biomacromolecules.
# John. .F. Rick and Tse-Chuan Chou, “Enthalpy Changes Associated with Protein Binding to Thin Films”, submitted to the 'synthetic receptors' section of Biosensors and Bioelectronics

...............the ingrediants of the TRAILs.......

.# Gaseous Vinyl Chloride with a Sputtered Au/Porous Alumina Substrate/Pt Electrode Assembly”, Electroanalysis, 14, pp. 1209-1214 (2002) (EI) (Impact Factor = 1.78)
# Min-Chieh Chuang and Ming-Chang Yang, “A Study on Monitoring of Vinyl Chloride Gas by Indirect Sensing Method”, J. Electrochem. Soc., 150, pp. H99-H104 (2003) (SCI, EI) (Impact Factor = 2.33)
# Tse-Chuan Chou, Tzong-Rong Ling, Ming-Chang Yang, Chuang-Chiun Liu, “Micro and Nano Scale Metal Oxide Hollow Particles Produced by Spray Precipitation in a Liquid-Liquid System”, Material Science and Engineering, A359, pp. 24-30 (2003) (SCI) (Impact Factor = 1.10)
# K.-L. Huang, T. M. Holsen, T-C. Chou, M-C. Yang, “The Use of Air Fuel Cell Cathodes to Remove Contaminants from Spent Chromium Plating Solutions”, Environmental Technology, 25, pp. 39-49. (2004) (Impact Factor = 0.80)
# Min-Chieh Chuang and Ming-Chang Yang, “NASICON Thick Film-based Sensor for Vinyl Chloride”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Submitted (SCI).
# Ming-Chang Yang, Min-Chieh Chuang, “An Electrochemical Sensing Device with a Porous Thick-film Electrolyte: Effect of Ink Constituent on the Sensing Behavior of Vinyl Chloride”, J. Electrochem. Soc., Submitted (SCI, EI).
# San-Jet Chen and Ming-Chang Yang, “On the Parameter Effects During the Synthesis of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer with Steroids”, Analytical Chimica Acta, Submitted.
# Min-Chieh Chuang and Ming-Chang Yang, “Electrochemical Reduction of Vinyl Chloride on a Au/porous Alumina Plate/Pt Electrode assembly in Nonaqueous Electrolytes -- toward the Development of Gas Sensors”, J. Appl. Electrochem., 33, pp. 253-258. (2003) (Impact Factor = 2.33)
# Kun-I Tsceng and Ming-Chang Yang, “The Platinum Electrode Modified by Tin for Electrochemical CO Sensors”, J. Electrochem. Soc., 150, pp. H156-H160 (2003) (SCI, EI) (Impact Factor = 2.33)
# Ming-Huan Yang, Ming-Chang Yang and I-Wen Sun, “Electrodeposition of Indium Antimonide from the Water-Stable 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium Chloride/Tetrafluoroborate Ionic Liquid”
# Pei-Hung Hsieh, and Ming-Chang Yang, “The Study of the Electrodeposition of Nickel-alumina Composite”, Abstract No. 496, 201st Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A. , May 12-17, 2002.
# San-Jet Chen and Ming-Chang Yang, “On the Parameter Effects during the Synthesis of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer with Steroids”, Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Molecular Imprinting Polymers, La Grande Mott, France, Sep. 16-19, 2002.
# Min-Chieh Chuang and Ming-Chang Yang, “Nasicon Thick Film-based Sensor for Chlorinated Hydrocarbons”, Paper S20, 1st International Meeting on Microsensors and Microsystems, Tainan, Taiwan, Jan. 12~14, 2003.
# San-Jet Chen, and Ming-Chang Yang, “Film Formation of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer with Steroids”, Paper P-P3, 1st International Meeting on Microsensors and Microsystems, Tainan, Taiwan, Jan. 12~14, 2003.
# Chia-Sui Hsu, Ming-Chang Yang, and Tse-Chuan Chou, “Fabrication of Micro Acetic Sensor by Thin Film Technology
”, Paper P-S11, 1st International Meeting on Microsensors and Microsystems, Tainan, Taiwan, Jan. 12~14, 2003.
# Feng-Hsiang Hsiao and Ming-Chang Yang, “Studies on the Planar Carbon Monoxide Sensor”, Paper P-S1, 1st International Meeting of Microsensors and Microsystems, Tainan, Taiwan, Jan. 12~14, 2003.
# Chiun-Wei Shu, and Ming-Chang Yang, “Synthesis of Testosterone Molecularly Imprinted Polymer by Electrochemical Method”, 204th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Orlando, Florida, USA, Oct. 12-16, 2003.
# Min-Chieh Chuang, and Ming-Chang Yang, “An Electrochemical Sensing Device with a Porous Thick-film Electrolyte: Effects of Constituent of Ink on the Characterization of the Film and Sensing Behavior to Vinyl Chloride”, 204th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Orlando, Florida, USA., Oct. 12-16, 2003.
# Min-Chieh Chuang, Chiung-Chiun Liu, Ming-Chang Yang, “A Novel Assay of Tyrosine and Proteins by An Electrochemical Technique”, The Eighth World Congress on Biosensors, Granada, Spain, May 24-26, 2004.
# Ming-Chang Yang, San-Jet Chen, “Membrane Molecularly Imprinted Polymer with Testosterone”,
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Postby Deena » Wed Dec 06, 2006 5:36 pm

Hey sky~ I still need to respond to page back or so but this is what daddy told me yesterday.
They are preparing a huge highway, running from Canada to Mexico. Apparently the plans are to do away with borders and $. Yup. Amero-dollar, think he said it will be called. (Or 666, if u wanna be more specific, Id imagine).
All continents will be connected.


Well, I suppose daddy has some insight. That is, as long as he doesn't rely on Fox and CNN for his direction. Think I recently tossed what was left of our HUGE Costco trip. He had me convinced that the world was about to drastically change when computers crashed from the roll over into 2000 and preparation was a must. The big Y2K scare. This, the first yr I basically got to know daddy. Formerly, a rebellious child, I never allowed anyone to be close to me, w/much regrets and lost time. I'm greatful another chance became reality.
Just hung phone up / I'll fetch the link from my email...unomomento
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