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Postby Skytroll » Wed Dec 13, 2006 7:35 am

There is gold in them thar hills.

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Postby Sabrina » Wed Dec 13, 2006 7:43 am


Do not think that I have forgotten that it was you who said this was nano from the start (almost two years now). Purdy good there girl! 8)
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Postby RANDY » Wed Dec 13, 2006 7:52 am

Randy isn't bothering you anymore because she is working on the national/lab project with people that are actually doing something other than acting like children and posting about nothing they can prove or do anythng about and developing conspiracy theories and wasting time doing recreational habitries.

I prefer not to play in a sandbox with infants.

I will post here to give out my number and e-mail so that people who are grounded and sane can contact me as they have been doing to help with something REAL and not imaginary.

[email protected]

During the End Times, Good will battle Evil. Where do you stand?
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 7:57 am

Why thanks Sabrina. Just yesterday I was looking at an old slide thru
the scope and saw 2 ends of the fibers were just like the ones of Jans you posted. (I do not go to rense since he bought in w. the pharmacies.)

But I found it strange that I did not notice the fibers on fire-whatever they are doing, before now. Hmmm

Anyone elses like this?

Sky, try the NSF and remote sensors....(i had saw your link on sensors and the nsf....) and if I suddenly get killed and lets say they catch the person,,,,,instructions are still keep going b/c the NSF is 100 percent behind it.
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 8:32 am


The Optics of Human Skin

R Rox Anderson and John A Parrish

An integrated review of the transfer of optical radiation into human skin is presented, aimed at developing useful models for photomedicine. The component chromophores of epidermis and stratum corneum in general determine the attenuation of radiation in these layers, moreso than does optical scattering. Epidermal thickness and melanization are important factors for UV wavelengths less than 300 nm, whereas the attenuation of UVA (320-400 nm) and visible radiation is primarily via melanin. The selective penetration of all optical wavelengths into psoriatic skin can be maximized by application of clear lipophilic liquids, which decrease regular reflectance by a refractive-index matching mechanism. Sensitivity to wavelengths less than 320 nm can be enhanced by prolonged aqueous bathing, which extracts urocanic acid and other diffusible epidermal chromophores. Optical properties of the dermis are modelled using the Kubelka-Munk approach, and calculations of scattering and absorption coefficients are presented. This simple approach allows estimates of the penetration of radiation in vivo using noninvasive measurements of cutaneous spectral remittance (diffuse reflectance). Although the blood chromophores Hb, HbO2, and bilirubin determine dermal absorption of wavelengths longer than 320 nm, scattering by collagen fibers largely determines the depths to which these wavelengths penetrate the dermis, and profoundly modifies skin colors. An optical "window" exists between 600 and 1300 nm, which offers the possibility of treating large tissue volumes with certain long-wavelength photosensitizers. Moreover, whenever photosensitized action spectra extend across the near UV and/or visible spectrum, judicious choice of wavelength allows some selection of the tissue layers directly affected.

oh shoot! I think I know what this disease is called....but I cant remember the name....anyway, I had found this disease a week or two ago but did not want to post it b.c . I was not that sure of it,,,,sorry, cant think of name at moment but it would go w. the above article....
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 9:02 am

Okay, I finally thought of it. like I said, I discovered the name about a week ago but put it on the back burner (until I saw the above article I posted.) And no, I'm not sure but starting to lean that way.

Hey, I remember telling Maggie our disease is made up of a bunch of diseases and this is the exact disease I was referring to when I made the comment......

are ya'll ready?????? there is not too much out there on the subject...just forwarning you.....

the name is.................................



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Postby Nadas Moksha » Wed Dec 13, 2006 9:29 am

the unsane or about those Iranians and the orthodox unibombers.... maybe we all suffer from the MARK...
nasa and biomark?
Ongoing projects include:

1) Isolation of cyanobacteria from natural microbial mat for lipid biomarker characterization.

2) Use of compound specific isotope analysis (CSIA) to determine the effect of carbon isotope discrimination on the C13/C12 ratio of cyanobacterial biomarkers.

3) Use of pure culture experiments to determine the effect of environmental conditions on the abundance and carbon isotopic composition of biomarkers.

4) Application of biomarker analysis and CSIA to characterization of lipid biomarkers in microbial mats. What is a lipid biomarker? Lipids are the fat-like components of cell membranes, an essential element of all living organisms. Some types of lipid molecules are found only in specific groups of organisms and serve as biological markers for these groups. The carbon skeleton of some lipid molecules are more resistant to degradation and can remain almost intact for billions of years (molecular fossils. Click here to see the structure of a cyanobacterial biomarker detected in organic sediments back as far as 2.7 Ga (billion years).

"...... conventional models of earthquake formation and the pressure of surface movements should still factor in as well; this is just a factor that can create more sudden changes. This new model also helps to explain the phenomenon of “kimberlite pipes,” mentioned both by Dr. Dmitriev and Dr. V.L. Dyatlov. This phenomenon is considered in Russia to be “the great mystery of modern geology,” and it has been primarily observed in Alaska. First, seismologists detect a sudden explosion and heat surge near the Earth’s surface. If the area where the explosion occurred is close enough to the surface, it can be drilled into and examined. [In some cases, the Eskimo people have been able to hand-dig their way down to the site itself.] An elongated hollow tube is discovered in the crust at the site of the explosion. Even more interestingly, and profitably, the inside of the tube is completely lined with diamonds!

Normally it is believed that diamonds and other such crystals take untold thousands of years to be created, yet in these cases they appear to have formed instantaneously. This will make even more sense to us in Chapter 10 when we study the work of Dr. Krasnoholovets and others, who found that torsion fields naturally create greater hardness and crystallization in any matter that they are exposed to. Metals that are exposed to torsion-wave-generating devices will become significantly harder and more crystallized in their form, and torsion fields can also create microcluster formations in water and other compounds. Hence, a plasma formation contains a very high intensity of torsion fields, ready to compress into geometric crystals at a moment’s notice.

The astute reader should realize that there is another consequence to this earthquake model. In this model, when there is a sudden surge of energy increase in the Earth, the plasma is forced into a higher density and escapes from the core. This in turn creates an earthquake, wherein new matter is created. However, it is also possible that if the energy increases in the core occur more slowly and regularly, then the entire size of the core itself could gradually expand without displacing into a higher density. This, in turn, would increase the overall size of the Earth itself.

This certainly fits with the quantum model that we have proposed in the preceding chapters, since we have seen with microclusters, quasicrystals and Bose-Einstein condensates that atoms can group together into larger clusters that retain a singular identity. The key here is that when enough energy is added to these structures, they will continue to expand in size. Microclusters start out as individual atoms that then “melt” together into larger, crystalline formations. Quasi-crystals can be grown just like any other crystals over time, and yet they continue to maintain their uniquely holographic and Unified structure, which cannot occur if the atoms are maintaining an individual identity. A Bose-Einstein condensate (superconductor) can also be expanded in size by the addition of new energy, though it will continue to behave as if it were a single atom. In our model, all basic structures at all levels of size in the Universe behave according to these same energetic principles, and are capable of expanding as greater amounts of energy stream in.

So therefore, the Earth should be capable of continually growing in size as the core is continually replenished by new aetheric energy, much as would occur in the growth of an organism. This prediction is realized in the science of “Global Expansion Tectonics.”
.....and no one is doing aint notin....
"The mass of a human is the geometric mean of the mass of a planet and the mass of a proton. Relationships such as these might be considered coincidences if one did not acknowledge that they can be deduced from known physical laws. The possibility of life as we know it emerging in the Universe depends on the values of a few basic physical constants that are remarkably sensitive to mathematical values.

The same set of laws give rise to simple crystals, as well as permit systems as complex and intricate as living organisms. It is easy to envision a Universe with objects such as stars and planets. However, to extend the laws to include complex structures, such as polymers and DNA, requires an exceptionally fine tuned set of laws.

Moreover, the evidence indicates that the variety and complexity of the real world is even more extraordinary with a hierarchy of living things. Life permeates all of space, it is built into the very substance of the Universe, and has even brought about its own self-consciousness: we humans. Yet, we have done little, in the scientific realm, to ask one question: Why? And the reason is that most scientists are afraid to admit that the Universe is purposeful and fundamentally biological. A scientist comments on the mind-set involved:
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 9:36 am

I just posted an article i found last week on ink and paper(less)

here you go, this was from page 63 of this document.....

5.2.2 Grafting of fibres
A broad variety of cellulosic materials have been employed as substrates in grafting.
Cellulose grafting is a process aimed at introducing some branches of polymers or
functional groups into the main polysaccharide chain in order to confer specific
additional properties on the cellulose itself, without destroying its intrinsic
The chemical principles of cellulose grafting are free radical polymerisation, anionic
polymerisation, cationic polymerisation, ring opening polymerisation, polyaddition,
polycondensation and coupling of macromolecules onto cellulose. An extensive review
of the methods can be found in “Comprehensive Cellulose Chemistry”. Important
radical generating systems are Ce(III)/Ce(IV), Mn(II)/Mn(III) and Fe(II)/H2O2. In
addition to these, the ceric ion method has been used to graft a number of monomers
onto cotton-based filter paper.
The review found that some products and patents related to functionalization of fibres
already exist, especially in the clothing industry. For example, Weibel (2003) has
patented a method by which active substances can be directly attached to fibres by
electric charge. One method for producing multilayer coatings on different surfaces
(such as fibres), where different coating layers are bound together with covalent bonds,
is covered with Wischerhoff’s (2002) patent. A similar approach to making surfaces
suitable for the addition of bioactive materials is described in the patent by Klesse et al.
(1992). The patent by Busch et al. (2002) describes a specific method for fixing active
substances to fibres by activating them; the invention originally related to fixing
substances to hair.
Mochizuki et al. (1985) have patented a method of rendering regenerated cellulosebased
fibres more suitable for the addition of bioactive groups. In addition to the
methods presented above, Swedish researchers have demonstrated a method of coating
fibres with a multitude of materials, including bacteria-killing bioactive substances, by
using charged polymer solutions. An article was published in Ny Teknik / Tekniska
Tidskrift in March 2004.
Papermaking fibres typically carry an anionic charge. However, they can be cationized
by different techniques. The obtained cationic sites can then be used as fixing points for
functional anionic additives. For example, the cationic cellulose fibre can be obtained
by oxidation of the fibre to introduce aldehyde groups, followed by reaction of part of
the aldehyde groups with a nitrogen-containing reagent such as betaine hydrazide
hydrochloride. This method is patented by Besemer et al. (2005a). Lignin-rich fibres
can also be functionalised with cationic groups.

http://virtual.vtt.fi/inf/pdf/workingpa ... 06/W51.pdf

I'm telling you guys, I think I have nailed it....go check out:

Porphyria cutanea tarda!!!!!!!
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 10:14 am

oh, I can't sleep........

If this is even remotely what they are planning to do with us.....they are going GD down......


the more I think about it, I do think this fits us you guys! Porphyria cutanea tarda!!!

Okay, you say nanotechnology, I say


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Postby Maggie Mae » Wed Dec 13, 2006 1:43 pm

for golden head: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=& ... d+polymers

I think this entire scam was started at the beginning of the gulf war - now how do the aerially dropped fibers play into this....reason being, I know there were NO chemtrails prior to 1993. I know that....so the two are tied together.

http://firstgovsearch.gov/search?input- ... biosensors
http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/pr ... 93119&hl=1

ps: In the end times Good will battle evil AND WIN!!! I know that much...~

See ya, ........gotta go to work.
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 6:14 pm

Just got off phone w/ my Dr. said, oh sounds like it alright....but anyway, I don't know/ have not gone to the apnt yet.

Here is some info that I'd like to share with you guys....re: that fibre that I witnessed all "lit-up" and also, like the one Jan S. had on Rense .com site........

First of all......That site is full of S! They are lying to you . Here , I can show you what the machine that makes them looks like. This is it.....(helloooooo out there Jan)

.....Laser Nano Sensor measures thickness and roughness.

July 29, 2004 - Using auto focus principles with resolution as fine as 0.7 nm at speeds to 200 kHz, Laser Nano Sensor features spot size of 1–6 microns. It allows for displacement measurement within a few nanometers on quantifying surface roughness of any highly reflective surface. Available in 4 standard models, LNS sensor has measuring range of 0.00016–0.005 in. and operating distance from 0.09–1.0 in. Depending on target, accuracy ranges from 0.022–0.75 nm


Now here is the company that does not make me so happy.....it's called LMI

and here is some info about that fibre on fire.....
Archive Press Release
(Products mentioned in this Archive Press Release may or may not be available from the manufacturer.)

Release date: July 1, 2004

New Laser Nano Sensor from LMI Technologies Ideal for High Tech Measurement Applications

Contact: Mike Snow

(770) 888-6586

For Immediate Release

July, 2004

DETROIT, Michigan - LMI Technologies (USA), Inc. has introduced a high speed, high accuracy Laser Nano Sensor with an improved resolution. It features a miniature sensor head and an extremely small spot size for use in small work envelopes in a multitude of high-tech industrial applications ranging from micro-positioning to thickness and roughness measurement.

Using auto focus principles with a resolution as fine as 0.7 nanometers at speeds up to 200kHz, the patented, highly precise LMI Laser Nano Sensor (LNS) has one of the fastest response rates in the industry and a spot size ranging from 1 to 6 micron. This allows for displacement measurement within a few nano meters on quantifying surface roughness of any highly reflective surface such as glass, aluminum, stainless steel or any mirror-type surface that can be positioned perpendicular to the laser beam path.

Besides glass, other applications include use for semi-conductor production, micro-positioning polished components such as silicon wafers, lenses or circuitry, measuring run out of a hard disc drive and quality inspection, vibration measurement, differential thickness measurement and precision switching measurements (any surface).

Available in four standard models, the LNS sensor has a measuring range of from 0.00016 in. to 0.005 in. (4.0 to 130 micrometers) and an operating distances ranging from 0.09 to 1.0 in. (2.3 mm to 26 mm). Depending on the target, accuracy ranges from 0.022 nano meters to 0.75 nano meters.

The sensor includes two high-grade lenses and a specialized miniature Laser Diode Grating Unit (LDGU) which functions as the sending/receiving unit, a holographic Beam Splitter, an electronics housing powered by +-15VDC, analog output on distance and intensity.

The LDGU projects a laser beam on the reflecting material. The reflected light is then split into two separate light spots by the holographic Beam Splitter and focused on a four-part laser diode. When the measured object is precisely at the focal point of the laser beam, spots are projected onto the center of the photo diode couples. When the object moves towards or away from the sensor, it moves outside the focal point, causing the light spots to move inward or outward on the photo diode couples.

The sensors operate in temperatures from 32°F to 120°F (0°C to 50°C). Power is provided by a +/-15 VDC power source. Analog output is +/- 5 VDC of the measurement range.

It's small sensor size - length =2.3. in. (60 mm) x diameter = 0.98 in. (20 mm)-and weight of 3.6 oz. (100 grams) makes it the perfect choice for tight work areas. The sensor can also be used in conjunction with various machines and robots.

"All this power and precision is encased in a sturdy high-impact sensor that can fit in the palm of your hand," noted Mike Snow, Regional Sales MvIanager for LMI Technologies (USA), Inc. "What we are offering is a high speed, extremely precise unit well-suited for high tech and other similar applications requiring a dependable unit for use in a small work envelope."

LMI sensors can be custom-designed for OEM applications.

LMI Technologies (USA), Inc. is part of LMI Technologies, Inc., a world leader of laser-based machine vision sensors for process optimization and control in various industries. The company has more than 40 vision and laser sensor models and over 100 issued and pending patents.

For more information on the new LMI Technologies (USA), Inc. Laser Nano Sensor or any other of the company's laser measurement sensors, contact LMI Technologies (USA), Inc. at 21455 Melrose Ave., Suite 22, Southfield, MI 48075 or call (248) 359-2409, FAX (248) 355-3283 or E-Mail [email protected].



And to all the friends here and people that are sick....check this out....I wont even say where I got the info from (what site) but yes....and that led me to this.....Virtual Humans......ever heard of it NSF???? Why, I heard of it from you...

You all do NOT want to miss this slide presentation!!!!
http://www.ornl.gov/~rwd/VH/PRESENTATIO ... sld001.htm
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Postby London » Wed Dec 13, 2006 6:52 pm


Please know, I'm not being a smart elick....but if this does turn out to be porphyria cutanea tarda....do I get to name it? but wait, it already has a name, well, who told you that anyway? just curious. As far as I know there is the congenital kind, and quite a few of them to be honest. It is all about heme synthesis.....liver, and being exposed and allergic to too much light. Well, I guess so, the fibers light up inside of us...anyway, I'm, just curious Randy.

where is everyone??? Hellooooooo????

Now check this out it is from page 102 of this document. It is what the us wrote back and said they would be tesing on humans and how....Just look at the list would you....How stupid, everyone knows this is bad for our health....this needs to be put in the newspapers. I know the american public does not know about this.

Research to establish the knowledge base that is used by regulatory agencies to inform their
decision-making process is performed by federal agencies, including NSF, NIH, NIST, EPA, FDA,
NIOSH, OSHA, USDA, DOE, and DOD. Industry (including DuPont and Intel) (SAY WHAT??)and other private
sector research institutions contribute to R&D for EHS as a function of their respective interests,
and collaborate with NNI through joint working groups with chemical and electronic industries.Professional societies (including ACS, ACC, CIIT, ILSI, ASME, and AIChE) and NGOs (including
Pew Foundation, Woodrow Wilson Center and Environmental Defense) provide support in
various studies, workshops and reports.
The materials and products based on nanotechnology are regulated today within the
existing network of statutes, regulations, rules, guidelines, and other voluntary activities.
Nanostructures are generally evaluated as chemicals with new uses or as new chemicals when
new properties are identified as compared to bulk. In some cases, pre-market review and
approval is required (e.g. drugs, food regulated by FDA, food packaging, medical devices, and
new chemical compounds). In other cases, post-market surveillance and monitoring applies (e.g.,
cosmetics and most consumer products). The existing regulatory network will be modified, if
necessary. Examples of regulatory laws and standards applicable to nanoparticles and other
nanostructures include:
Ø Product specific:
o Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) for industrial chemicals, administered by EPA.
o Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) for pesticides, administered
by EPA
Ø Media specific (air, water, soil):
o Clean Air Act for particulate matter, which could include ultrafine particles in the
future, administered by EPA
o Clean Water Act, administered by EPA
o Waste disposal acts, --Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA),
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
(CERCLA or Superfund), administered by EPA
Ø In the work place (aerosol-based standards based on existing health risk data)
o Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs), established by Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA)
o Recommended Exposure Limits (RELs), established by National Institute for
Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
o Threshold Limit Values (TLVs), established by the American Conference of
Government Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH)
o Personal Protective Equipment to reduce exposure, established by OSHA and ASTM
(American Society for Testing and Materials)
Ø In consumer (personal) products
o Nanoparticles for drugs to be metabolized in human body, for diagnostics or
therapeutic medical devices (such as quantum dots); regulated by FDA
o Nanostructured particles/substances. to be incorporated into food; FDA, EPA and
USDA share the regulations (such as food additives, food colouring); FIFRA sets
standards for acceptable levels of pesticides in food
o Substances incorporated into consumer products; regulated by Consumer Product
Safety Commission (CPSC) under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act
. A focus is
on protection of children, who are more susceptible and who sometimes put objects
in their mouth that were not intended for that purpose.
Under NSET coordination, the EPA, FDA, CPSC, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health
Agency), NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health), NIST, USDA, Export
Administration, and other agencies are reviewing existing rules and procedures to determine how


If you skip over a few pages, the us govt said in houston, tx they would be in charge of this topic on humans:

Reverse Engineering Cellular Pathways from Human cells

WTF, OUR OWN GOV't??????

For more information about environment and health safety related to the NNI, see:
Ø Specific Projects on Environmental and Health Implications

so, I did.....don't miss this.

This is from the NIH:

National Institutes of Health: Under the National Toxicology Program's (NTP) research program to address potential human health hazards from unintentional exposure associated with the manufacture and use of nanoscale materials, the agency is investigating toxicology of nanoscale materials of current or projected commercial importance. Three of the NSET agencies form the core of the NTP: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health (NIEHS/NIH), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NIOSH/CEC), and National Center for Toxicological Research of the Food and Drug Administration (NCTR/FDA).

The program is studying skin uptake, inhalation, and oral routes of exposure and includes the following:

evaluation of the size- and composition-dependent biological disposition of nanoscale crystalline fluorescent semiconductors ("quantum dots")

short- and long-term studies of one or more carbon-based nanoscale materials (e.g., single- or multi-walled nanotubes, fullerenes)

• evaluation of the role of particle core and surface composition in the possible immunotoxicity of nanoscale crystalline semiconductor materials and carbon nanoscale materials

• phototoxicology studies of representative nanoscale metal oxide particles used in industrial setting and consumer products (e.g., titanium dioxide).

Most of the funding for this NTP activity is contributed by NIEHS. The FDA/NCTR contributes the use of state-of-the-art capabilities of its NTP Phototoxicology Center. This activity is expanding in 2005.

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