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Postby RANDY » Fri May 05, 2006 11:04 pm

tamtam wrote:Cilla,


Adaptive protein and inherent neuro toxic properties known from cyano.

Consistent seems the presence of a trypanosome
like element.

Its part of a multi lineage differentiation.

Hence dicing cell that (random) recombine and produce(secretome)

Its the protein that will adapt and arrest.
What infects native cell is a yet to answer question.

Fibers are modules; translations of above mentioned base architecture.
Color relates to insect wing technology.

More dominant gene expression is present.

Arrest obstructs vital signal exchange.





Cilla,

Sleeping sickness????????? And how does this relate?

Since you said thank you then you understood what he was talking
about. Please explain it to me in simple terms. My science guy says it is mor ramblngs.

I am starting to think that this is Moselm code for terrorism and you uys are using this site to tranfer data.

Anyone at all udnerstand these words? I do think we are part of a code of Al-kaheda.

See NO ONE UNDERSTANDS A WORD HE IS SAYING OTHERWISE>>YOU WOULD TELL ME WHAT HE IS SAYING. ( Sorry Poison..but these codes are getting just plain ole silly.)

ANYONE AT ALL!! ANYONE!!!!!!! :twisted:

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Postby LilKim » Fri May 05, 2006 11:26 pm

Randy!!! You're funny! Yeah, I too am clueless about Cillia's post! (but thanks for the laugh!)

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Postby Skytroll » Sat May 06, 2006 2:44 am

RANDY,

Please read Sabrinas first post on here, page 1.

Under Travis Williams. He passed.

Also, Tam Tam mentioned this website on pages back, that may put light on the pheromones.

"Key words: history of insect pheromone research, Bombyx, electroantennogram, EAG, EAD, olfactory brain processes, transduction biochemistry"........

Final Paragraph: ....."Biochemical insect studies of olfactory transduction began some twenty years ago and are presently an active field. The physical and biochemical processes from the adsorption of the odor molecule on the cuticle of the sensillum to the induction of the dendritic generator potential are of high complexity. The sensillum lymph which surrounds the dendrites, is full of rather specific binding proteins for pheromones- and general odor components. The probably multiple role of these proteins is not clear yet. They may: (1) act as carriers of the odorants; (2) be selective filters; (3) present the odorant to the (still unknown) receptor in the dendritic membrane; (4) clean the lymph space; (5) deactivate the odorants after the transduction (Kaissling 1996; Steinbrecht 1998)."

Source: http://www.phero.net/iobc/dachau/bullet ... eider.html

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Postby Skytroll » Sat May 06, 2006 4:34 am

Pheromone searching:

"Sencilla is a hair-like sense organ of insects that consists of sensory neuron and cuticular structures (Evans, 1984). The sencilla which is specialized for the sex pheromone reside on the antenna. In order to reach the sensory neuron, the pheromone molecules have to cross the hair wall through the pore tubules (Kaissling and Williams, 1990....

Source: http://soma.npa.uiuc.edu/courses/physl4 ... ching.html
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"Lepidoptera and their parasitoids offer new
paradigms for environmentally safe pest management (see, e.g., De Moraes et al.,
2001). Interactions between Lepidoptera, entomopathogenic nematodes and their
bacterial symbionts offer new ways to study factors involved in virulence and
symbiosis. Interactions between Lepidoptera and baculoviruses have led to important
biotechnological advances in recombinant protein production, and point towards
enhancing the efficacy of these environmentally benign biological control agents.
Other viruses (polydnaviruses) are able to modulate the lepidopteran endocrine and
immune systems, and are vectored by hymenopteran parasites used in biological
control."...........

..."3.4 Neurobiology and olfaction:
Pheromones are chemicals emitted by living organisms to send messages to
individuals of the same species. The class most widely explored are the sex
pheromones produced by female moths which are used to attract conspecific males
for mating (http://www-pherolist.slu.se). The discovery of pheromones and their
binding proteins were achievements of lepidopteran biology. The neural encoding,
processing and integration of olfactory signals from mates and hosts is also an area in
which Lepidoptera continue to serve as important models. Genetic variance in the
biosynthesis, reception or response to pheromones is an area in which genomics will
contribute greatly."...

"3.6 Evolution and Conservation:
The discovery of mimicry in butterflies provided one of the most important early
pieces of evidence for Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. Industrial
melanism in Biston betularia is the most widely cited example of natural selection in
evolution textbooks. More recently, butterfly wings have re-emerged as a model
system in developmental genetics, as the mechanistic control of the complex
development of wing color patterns has been dissected and analyzed in terms of
evolutionary conserved signal transduction pathways. Butterflies and moths figure as
ecologically important and aesthetically appealing components of biodiversity and
conservation projects worldwide."...

More at Source:http://papilio.ab.a.u-tokyo.ac.jp/lep-genome/proposal.pdf

and......Peppermoth theory........
http://tidepool.st.usm.edu/crswr/peppermoths.html

another peppermoth theory.....
http://www.bible.ca/tracks/textbook-fra ... tm#ptolemy

Spodopteras: http://www.sel.barc.usda.gov/lep/spodop ... ptera.html


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Postby Linn » Sat May 06, 2006 12:51 pm

On the link on page 1 from Sabrina
Travis obituary is now missing. :?:
I did see it there before.

Can we think of him from now on and remember we are in this together?
And try to upbuild each other, lest an other tragedy?
Please?

This fiber disease is taking its toll on all of us. :(
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IMPORTANT

Postby RANDY » Sat May 06, 2006 3:56 pm

This is important to me and should be to everyone.

Did he commit suicide..I saw his posts stating his mind was thinking those thoughts after there was so much mention of him.

Did he pass from this disease andwhat cause of death was on teh certificate? Is the family doing an autopsy?

I know I must sound very cold but this is all part of research about us.

Does anyone know. Like I may have mentioned my CT scan showed tumors in my kidneys and ovaries. My mom just had cancer removed from her breast. We have both had this for 4 years.

In order not to upset his family, you can PM me if you know.


Also Sky...I just plain ole refuse to read stuff without someone connected it to us is a simple form.

All that stuff you pointed out again has no way of testing and no way to connect it to us at all. It is ust more goobly gop research of stuff out there. It is a wild goose chase and I am done steppin in the oppo of those geese.

Someone connect it to us by proof and tests.

Sorry to be such a jerk about this....but none of this goobly gop connects anythng to what we have. It is just volumes of stuff anyone can find on the internet and has nothing to do with us at all..just a wild goose chase.

Please, do not repeat volumes of scientific junk that in no way can be connected to us in any form at all..tell me how it connects to us in simple terms that can be tested.

According to my guys...NOTHING connects at all. They believe that the people on here are working for government agencies sending us in non sens-icl circles so we will occupy our time and never get to what this really is by getting someone at a UNiversity to write a grant to the NIH and research this properly and then submit the findings to the NIH who will submit it tot he CDC and then we will be noticed.

Everything else is just going in circles. No disease on the face of the planet was ever figured out by cutting and pasting volumes of garbage that makes no relevant sense on a site so people with limited knowledge can pretend they understand and try and apply it without any luck at all.


NEVER! Check how AIDS and other diseases were discovered. Not by cryptic talk and volumes of garbage that can no way be connected in any shape or form to what we have.

Thanks guys!




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Postby tamtam » Sat May 06, 2006 7:25 pm

I feel sorry for everybody who demands answers based on information as given.
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Fact is that statistic is indifferent for individual suffering. All type industry causes victims and nobody likes to know about this.
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This target is related to non disclosed top scientific research done by proteome research centers, synonymous with "biodefense"
Model organisms are studied for (inter)actions.
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It is evident that many people with this condition are with cancerous like process.
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I hope to get the present static situation as dynamic as possible.
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Basically you suffer from conflict of interest
and the fact that R&D is funded by a corpus of sick people.

Some people would call this "sacrifice"
others would call this a crime against humanity.

Stay tuned and be so kind to get the link http://www.silentsuperbug.com
to as many message boards as possible.

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Postby Skytroll » Sat May 06, 2006 9:12 pm

Tam Tam,

I believe it is a crime against humanity.

Epigenetics, eugenetics, the next step

Selection and adaptation. One avenue.

The other culling the population which actually comes back around to selection and adaptation.

One and the same, as far as I am concerned.

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Postby Skytroll » Sat May 06, 2006 9:32 pm

When it all comes down to bacteria.

Western medicine cannot accept this. Only germ theory.

Now, they are worried about the germ line.

High level scientist who are misguided are called investigators. They are are approving this.

Something is wrong at the universities, the labs,
all done for devastating the enemy.

Just who is the enemy?

Who is being altered? Who cannot accept that bacteria, is the cause of it all?

Now, when altering of genes takes place, we suffer.

It is simple, isn't it?

We are in charge of our bodies, you are right, Randy, that means we are in charge of healing.

Randy, if I am off fine, but, I see this as a process, and the truth is hard to bear, but, if you cannot accept that that the natural world has been altered, then so be it. Put on the rose colored glasses and live in your fantasy world, that someone is going to come along and rescue you.

We have to do some work, here.

I am so sorry if affects your kidneys, that is part of it, was with my mom.

There are ways to work around some of this to help ourselves. This is what we have to do.

All the tests in the world that are misguided, and only treat the symptoms, can be used of course,
but, will never get at the cause.

If a cause was done in a lab, like Dr. Garth Nicholson and HIV virus, and then he is forgiven, because he can answer how to treat, when it affects him. All of a sudden he is clamouring to treat the mycoplasma seen in Gulf War Syndrome, related to Morgellons.

Now, can you believe there are scientists out there who believe in overpopulation? they believe that they are on the right tract with evolution, when others are finding how faulty their scientific logic is.

Who can we trust? Answer me that?

Do you notice how the tree of life keeps changing?

Evolution is still a theory, not proven, keeps changing the base of the tree, to fit evolution.

The amoeba now has a flagella? How did that happen?

The feathers could be the bombyx moth altered with cyano. Cyano kills. Killing bacteria, baculovirus, is used for so much. We do not have enough good bacteria in us to fight this change.

So, I will keep doing what I do, it is a process, just like evolution is, change the nomenclature, under judicial law, and we have it, whether it is right or wrong. Whether if it kills or not, it is experimental biology, evolutionary biology.

I know some of you environmental, ecological evolutionist will come down on me, but, you are contributing to the bioweapon contruction, by not questioning more. By not looking at what other scientists are finding. They are blowing holes in some of the theory, but, it is Established in books, does not make it right.

Go believe what you want. But, where is the truth in all of this?

The very natural world we live in has been altered.

The food we eat, the seeds, the insects, the water protists, the amoeba itself, the lies proported by those who do not have facts, but, you all believe.

So be it.

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Postby RANDY » Sun May 07, 2006 1:45 am

HTTP://UNKNOWNSKINDISEASE.COM

PLEASE CONTRIBUTE.

Thank you,

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To the family of Travis

Postby Sabrina » Sun May 07, 2006 1:49 am

To Pam, and the Wilson family.

I would like you all to know that I share your grief in the passing of Travis, as does our entire Morgellons community. I am very glad I got to read his writings over the internet. He had a very unique way of expressing his soul with words. He was a kind person and a kindred spirit. His path was a hard one and I am sure he was braver than he ever gave himself credit for. Travis went through a lot with this disease. I considered him a friend and would like to extend my sincere condolences to all of his family, and everyone touched.

John has been so kind to post the links above as I am sure you have seen. And I am sorry Travis did not post here very often. I am also sorry I lost the opportunity to get to know him better. I pray we find a cure.

With much love and sorrow,
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Henna

Postby Sabrina » Sun May 07, 2006 1:53 am

To continue to remain on topic

Here is something I would like to share.


The Sacred Herb Henna.

Some traditions teach that this was a sacred herb originating in the Middle East and used by the Egyptians for cosmetic usages mainly. What is often never mentioned about past usages for this herb is that the Egyptians also used this in the hair to kill bugs.

I have been doing this biweekly for three months now and it has reduced hair symptoms by 85%.


recipe
1 cup (more or less) of powdered natural henna herb. Any color or neutral may be used.
¼ cup more or less of olive oil
1 lemon (juice only) or vinegar (approximately 3 tbls.)
1 egg
Small amount of hot tea, coffee, or water

Put henna powder in a non-metal bowl and always mix with a non-metal utensil. Mix henna powder and oil well. Add hot water, or coffee, or tea and continue to mix. Add the juice of a lemon or some vinegar and keep mixing and let this set for about fifteen minutes (give or take). Add the egg and mix until you have a consistency of a soft pudding adding more hot liquid or dry powder as needed to achieve this consistency. Now you are ready to apply. Leave on for 1 – 3 hours and wrap your head in plastic wrap.

Note:
If you currently have chemically processed hair, forget this remedy. They do not mix well and can cause damage and breakage, I have been told. Since I do not dye my hair with commercial chemicals this has never been an issue for me.

About the coffee, tea, or water. Adding coffee to this mixture will give a lustrous brown hue to your hair. Tea such as red zimmer will provide a slight reddish tint. And distilled water may be used if no other color effects are desired.

As always, do a patch test for any allergies you may not be aware of first.


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