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Postby tamtam » Mon Feb 20, 2006 6:15 pm

It is relevant because the same pattern exist in the target I have identified.

Your target.

A German television team was interrupting to get shots from MRSA.

Slides were changed and after observing the slides I knew intuitively that similar behavior is present.

"The fact that as well a Dutch superbug exist and an American made it link real time"

The Dutch mention "a stolen gene"
And Dr. J Gerberding waves to Europe.

The video mentions this relation.

A silent superbug

Stay tuned.
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Postby Linn » Mon Feb 20, 2006 6:22 pm

Tam
can you be more direct with your answers.

And I think if you have an idea about this and have the credentials/PhD etc..
then your suggestions could best be used by the CDC via the morgellons foundation.
Most of us on this thread are just avg people or students.
to avoid the kind of discussions we had at the other thread KWIM?
Thanx

We just have trouble understanding you maybe because you speak other than English? :)
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Postby tamtam » Mon Feb 20, 2006 7:03 pm

Insect like entity is part of the memory of the micro organisms that now live in and on your skin and in your bowel.

Basically they will reconstruct its initial dominant input, if bacterial load reaches momentum.

A property called quorum sensing.
This makes single cell micro organisms function on a multi cellular level.

So under perfect culture condition
they may succeed to reconstruct parts
(module) of an insect, or even entire insect.

See video footage.

Most dominant module is wing cutticle.
A chitin/ resin like fleece.
Also frequent are sensing parts like antennae.

Fibers seem a translation from mold to wing.
From cyano mold expression to insect cutticle.

"plant cell that think that they are insect wing cell"

Color seems to relate to lepidoptera wing pattern.

Wing spot.

Basically pigmented cell are eyes,
or better: photo receptor

Bio sensor!


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Postby Cilla » Mon Feb 20, 2006 8:19 pm

Hi Tam tam,

I occasionally speak with a physician about your theories, and, while he is polite, he is really only interested in neurological matters. He was very interested to hear that the CDC had been informed that some individuals had been apparently misdiagnosed with neurological conditions, when what they could have is Morgellon's.

He was very interested in your view that this condition can cause something similar to the neurogenic bladder. He wants to know what the postulated mechanism or route of spread is please. E.g., some infections are spread throughout the body via the blood, or the lymphatic supply. What might happen here?
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Postby Linn » Mon Feb 20, 2006 11:25 pm

The only problem with Tam theory
is that I never had
any genes inserted. What is that called?
gene therapy? or something like that?
Just antiobiotics, blood transfusions
all I have ever had for treatment.
And that (bowel episode that almost killed me) was from volvulous from unknown reason, i think a it was a parasite of tropical water (fish) (amazon river) area, was all prior to the initial
bite from unknown vector.
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Postby London » Mon Feb 20, 2006 11:52 pm

Would the following go with what Tam is speaking of I wonder?
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The present invention also provides a method for the inactivation of viruses found in cells in body fluids, comprising passing said body fluids through a device for the inactivation of viruses comprising a filtering material, said device having ionic copper selected from the group consisting of Cu+ and Cu++ ions and combinations thereof incorporated therein.
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I must go back and find the q.sensing article he speaks of. It is
there~

Note **On my last posting amongst the many mispellings, I meant to
use the word: Rhodopsin instead of Rhodo.F; please excuse

Lynn,
Yes, I think too you are right on when you say Gene Thereapy.

How ? The Army Corps of Engineers released this "thing" into the

floridian Environment in 1997 to eat away at the tree that was taking over

the Florida Everglades. This certain tree is indiginous to Australia.


PS: MY 2 BIOSPSIES~rESULTS: MSRA ~STAPH A. AND THE OTHER :
UNKNOWN.

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Postby London » Tue Feb 21, 2006 12:47 am

It's about adhesive organelles. It's about "folding."

It's about : trans- b.

( The tree I speak of above is supposedly not dangerous to animals
but it kills algea. The tree does gow on both land and water)

Understanding the molecular events involved in the biogenesis of these organelles will be crucial for the development of novel therapeutic strategies. Elucidating common themes in these pathways will be a prerequisite for any efforts targeted towards developing a therapeutic strategy with broad-spectrum activity. The identification of those processes that occur following attachment will undoubtedly open up further avenues of therapeutic possibilities, as we come closer to understanding how host-pathogen interactions lead to the expression of bacterial genes that are important in pathogenesis.

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Postby London » Tue Feb 21, 2006 1:07 am

On New Years day I read about Stephen T. Abedon

He used to work At The Univerdity of Arizona. (which I dislike) I

Know they would test things in the local streams there for their

"fun" projects. I have posted on another forum website about this before; complete with photos. Of course, it was just ignored. Even
had photos of "vernal Pools". Let them go find it then; I tried to tell
them.
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Take a look at CJD clusters

France is in fear; burning animals ( does this infact only spread it)

Animal diseases are on the rise.

Tonight on the news was a story of childrens stuffed animals having highly toxic Pestidcides in them. Of course, most were imported. Had DDT; the works in it.

America's Food products are so very dangerous. It has something awful
in gelatin even. Our water systems have lead, mercury, the works~

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Postby London » Tue Feb 21, 2006 1:34 am

Staph Blast

/note="Previously sequenced as Staphylococcus aureus
FT chromosomal replication initiator protein DnaA
FT SW:DNAA_STAAU (P49994) (453 aa) fasta scores: E():
FT 1.2e-161, 99.779% id in 453 aa. Similar to Bacillus
FT subtilis chromosomal replication initiator protein DnaA
FT SW:DNAA_BACSU (P05648) (446 aa) fasta scores: E():
FT 2.7e-95, 60.403% id in 447 aa"
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and:
The effect of pH on the cytoplasmic facing side on H1
movement has been mimicked. The pH sensitivity suggests that
the carboxyl group, or ion binding cavity, is accessible to the
cytoplasm. The ion cavity is positioned within the lipid bilayer
(20, 40). Hence, the pH sensitivity of the mutants support the
idea of aqueous exit/entry channels within subunit a and/or at
the interface between it and subunit c.

I am not sure of this one;
Does it fit?
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B
Florida isolate
C
D*
A
Porton isolate
1997 Texas goat
1925 Iowa cow
2001 California cow

**NOTE: Imagine the above with Brackets{ } all leading into one
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and:

Genomic Sequencing of Potential
Biowarfare Agents: Selected examples
Agent Disease or toxin

Bacillus anthracis Anthrax
Brucella suis Brucellosis
Burkholderia mallei Glanders
Clostridium perfringens Epsilon toxin
Coxiella burnetii Q fever
Staphylococcus aureus Enterotoxin B
Yersinia pestis Plague
Variola major Smallpox
Vibrio cholerae Cholera
****************************************
Drug Discovery in the Post-Genomic Era
Functional and Comparative Genomics
And Proteomics
-- Discover New Targets for Antimicrobial
Compounds
-- Understanding Good Drug Targets

Again, I am not for sure if this fits with what Tam speaks of: yet it is still horrendous and should be brought to the Public's eye.

It's all about the money and the Big Pharma .

YYz, if you see this
I agree with part of what you mentioned the other day.....There is indeed a "fake" amongst one of us. Sure is. Yet that person is not me. I will be happy to prove that to anyone who wishes to know.

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Postby London » Tue Feb 21, 2006 3:29 am

Ever hear about the Human Genome Diversity Project?????????????

What is the Human Genome Diversity Project?

The HGD Project is an effort by anthropologists, geneticists, doctors, linguists, and other scholars from around the world to document the genetic variation of the human species worldwide. This scientific endeavor is designed to collect information on human genome variation to help us understand the genetic makeup of all of humanity and not just some of its parts. The information will also be used to learn about human biological history, the biological relationships among different human groups, and may be useful in understanding the causes of and determining the treatment of particular human diseases

WATCH THESE TWO WORDS COME INTO PLAY IN A MAJOR WAY:
Escherichia coli and Salmonella

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Postby canalon » Tue Feb 21, 2006 4:04 am

London wrote:Staph Blast

/note="Previously sequenced as Staphylococcus aureus
FT chromosomal replication initiator protein DnaA
FT SW:DNAA_STAAU (P49994) (453 aa) fasta scores: E():
FT 1.2e-161, 99.779% id in 453 aa. Similar to Bacillus
FT subtilis chromosomal replication initiator protein DnaA
FT SW:DNAA_BACSU (P05648) (446 aa) fasta scores: E():
FT 2.7e-95, 60.403% id in 447 aa"
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what's your point?
Homology between 2 essential bacterial genes is highly likely. This is in fact one of the conclusion of theory of evolution.
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Postby canalon » Tue Feb 21, 2006 4:08 am

London wrote:Ever hear about the Human Genome Diversity Project?????????????

What is the Human Genome Diversity Project?

The HGD Project is an effort by anthropologists, geneticists, doctors, linguists, and other scholars from around the world to document the genetic variation of the human species worldwide. This scientific endeavor is designed to collect information on human genome variation to help us understand the genetic makeup of all of humanity and not just some of its parts. The information will also be used to learn about human biological history, the biological relationships among different human groups, and may be useful in understanding the causes of and determining the treatment of particular human diseases

WATCH THESE TWO WORDS COME INTO PLAY IN A MAJOR WAY:
Escherichia coli and Salmonella


Then again so what? One genome has been sequenced, it is obvious that it is not enough and an idea of the real diversity in the human species will give us plenty of insight to study genetic diseases, history of migrtions and so on.

And what abou my 2 favorite bacteria? Go on Pubmed and get scared by the number of references if you search with those 2 words. But since their wide use as model organisms it's far for surprising.

So what are the point of your posts?
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