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Postby London » Tue Nov 29, 2005 7:03 am

That is correct C-3 in regards to two of your statements. Would you care to meet for lunch?

There is a reasoning behind confusion. Was trying to be politically correct and not upset/say too much for the sake of a frequent poster here.

The other being her and the red-lipstick. I would like very much to try that product but I'm afraid it will upset her, thus causing me even more pain and affliction. Could you possibly comment on this aspect if known?
I believe stress exposure (re: protein complement of the cell) begins to denature if you will, and also aggregates it. The increase in the expressions of chaperones during infection identifies this. What do you think?

Scientist dream of wiping out World Hunger. I do believe this is what it is all about, is it not?



My what a tangled web someone has weaved. Is it all about the money?
Or is there someone kind out there with a posssible cure?

I don't think I will eat olives ever again although they are delicious. I'm beginning to believe the same goes for apples. Too bad it's in the water system as well. One has to suspect the Mississippi River to be a carrier.


This is beginning to model the begiining of Life. Remeber Einstein and "cosmologicl constant?" oh how I wish I would've examined the originals of some of his work. They had them on display in the house where he lived in his young adult life. It used to be open to the public. It was in the city of Berne (Switzerland). Some of us were born with certain genes that have the possibility to take one where others cannot go. I would prefer not to go there myself but I do not prefer
the fiber disease route either. At least the scientist should not have skimped on the Lysergic Acid to such a degree. I would still like to have that ability of laughter. It was stolen from me though. All at the expense of money. The pharmecuetical Co's, the Researchers, The Companies that produce it and of course Government.

It was a pleasure to hear from you C-3. .

And Been There,
Thank you for sharing all of that. I like what you say.

London
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Postby London » Tue Nov 29, 2005 8:28 am

Dear Fiber Symptoms,

Thank you for a great article.
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Postby tamtam » Tue Nov 29, 2005 3:32 pm

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Postby London » Tue Nov 29, 2005 5:49 pm

One of it's reciprical acting diversications is the maddening aspect. Wonder how many possibilities?

I do believe I have found a match for this ailment you so describe. But
the parasite....can it quickly change/morph into appearing like something else? If that answer is no then I believe it must be in the sex of worm that cuases it to attract different organisms.

Tam Tam what makes the human waste look so strange, how can this possibly be?

Would you like to have lunch oneday?

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Postby J Jill » Tue Nov 29, 2005 7:17 pm

http://www.nosprayzone.org/pesticides/btk.html


Snippets:

This study shows that Bt can and does infect humans via inhalation. The infections are asymptomatic in healthy individuals and last at least for a few months. The immune responses noted are a little disturbing because not only will some people develop allergies to Bt, but there is some evidence that chronic diseases such as Gulf War syndrome, fibromyalgia, MCS, rheumatoid arthritis, and other autoimmune diseases may be partly caused by these "subclinical" infections by organisms heretofore considered to be harmless.

Immune responses in farm workers after exposure to Bacillus thuringiensis pesticides

Bernstein IL, Bernstein JA, Miller M, Tierzieva S, Bernstein DI, Lummus Z, Selgrade MK, Doerfler DL, Seligy VL Division of Immunology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. bernstil@email.uc.edu

Environ Health Perspect 1999 Jul;107(7):575-82

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Remarkably, it appears that the ubiquitous soil-living bacterium and occasional food-poisoning culprit Bacillus cereus, the widely used insect biocontrol pathogen Bacillus thuringiensis,

and the life-threatening biological warfare agent Bacillus anthracis* are the same species,

(*ANTHRAX)

despite the striking differences in phenotype. The secret appears to lie in the plasmids harboured by B. anthracis and B. thuringiensis. When ten B. cereus-like strains were isolated for biochemical and genetic analysis from soil taken from anthrax outbreak sites, they were found by Helgason et al. to have the same chromosomal marker as the implicated B. anthracis strains, but no plasmids.

***

It looks like Bt can actually survive in the gut of a human and set up residence there also.

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Postby London » Tue Nov 29, 2005 7:24 pm

Bt is most def. involved. Scientist use this when cloning.

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Cross Organisms

Postby GregV » Wed Nov 30, 2005 3:54 pm

Go to this link at MorgellonsUSA.com
http:www.morgellonsusa.com
Enter sight and go to page 6.

The various organisms, mostly brushed out of the body with a medium/hard bristle handbrush,....
Some are bird like, wings, some are sea creature, squid like,.....

The large white globular organism with like wings, I zoomed in on a dark spot, which turned out to be what appears to be a parasitic mouth shot over and over, one image depicts the blue Fibers growing within this white Creature,.........

At least one other of these specimens on this page has a mouth also.

The Darkly brown colored organism with the eggs attatched to like tentacles was in a stool sample floating on the top of the water.
This was with what was called Cyst-like Organisms in stool water on the 4'th page all along the top of the page. How do these relate to this organism?

Morgellons largely likes hair follicles, so as far as these creatures, long and segmented often, wormlike in appearance, braided at times, perhaps finally forming into Fiber links, ...
How could these grow in the intestinal tract or liver perhaps?
How are these possible? What is your take on this?

I had always thouught that this Disease started from the inside out? Could this be wrong?
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About the Link, Sorry here it is.

Postby GregV » Wed Nov 30, 2005 3:55 pm

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Postby C3 » Wed Nov 30, 2005 6:57 pm

All You mention is part of the differential.

Main element is a coccidioid/ coccoid element.
Not cyano, not mayor parasitic protozoa but a fusion; and this fusion will differentiate in a set commensal resembling micro organisms including vibrio.

All must carry a different chromosome.

One will become more than one.
More than one can become one

We deal with stem cell that represent multiple kingdom

bacterial like
parasitic protozoa like
plant like
insect like
bird like
mammal like

This element may turn out to be:

Airborne
Waterborne
Community acquired
Vector and vector in vector transmitted(...)

Example of its quorum sensing nature is given in the form of video footage.
Shown is a multi nucleated giant cell that represents its base line.

This does not indicate you will find this element on e.g skin,

"Although this element will speak the same language as other members of the tribe"

Sincerely,

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Postby C3 » Wed Nov 30, 2005 7:57 pm

reference: Harmfull algae

SWBIC Summer Workshops 1998 / Blooming Algae
Algae blooms occur all over the world. Unlike plants, algae blooms do not ...
What are algae blooms? Algae blooms are population explosions of algae that ...
http://www.swbic.org/education/workshops/ microbes/classify/life/algae2.html - 6k - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby C3 » Wed Nov 30, 2005 8:02 pm

errata: harmful algae
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I hear you

Postby skinmystic » Thu Dec 01, 2005 1:40 am

Sabrina, Thanks for spreading around this info. I am suffering for 2 yrs now and don't see an end to it. Mucho sympathy!!!

Are you working with Dr. Schwartz?
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