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Postby Skytroll » Tue Jul 11, 2006 4:45 pm

We know how Kaiser started.

2005;293:1674-1675.
GIDEON: The Global Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Network is a superbly designed expert system created to help physicians diagnose any infectious disease (337 recognized) in any country of the world (224 included). The program was created and has been progressively refined over more than a decade by a talented group of Americans, Canadians, and Israelis. GIDEON is now available in Internet and CD-ROM versions, under an individual or institutional license, each including updates. This diagnostic system is remarkable for its ease of use, breadth of scope, and depth of information. It is as practical a program as one could hope for.

GIDEON contains four operational modules, which are seamlessly integrated. The first, "Diagnosis," requests specific clinical signs and symptoms, which one enters by checking boxes in a simple but comprehensive tree of terms and statements (eg, "fever"; "the patient is an adult"). Particular attention is paid to basic clinical findings, time sequences, and countries visited. A list of likely diagnoses is proposed; the probability of each is specified. One can ask, "Why not?" for any alternative diagnosis that is not listed in the differential diagnoses. Thus, at the outset, this becomes a teaching program as well as an expert diagnostic system. If additional information is needed to distinguish diagnostic possibilities, further history or diagnostic tests are proposed.

"Epidemiology" focuses on epidemiologic aspects of every possibility listed in the differential diagnosis. To provide detailed and well-organized epidemiologic information about every known infectious disease in the world is an impressive feat. High-quality photographs and in-depth clinical information are available with a keystroke. Most users will never have heard of at least several of the world’s infectious diseases, much less know useful information about many of them. All these factual data are neatly organized and do not appear unless requested. The screens are clean and easy to use.

"Therapy" proposes appropriate antibiotics, antihelminthics, antivirals, or vaccines for the microorganisms causing each of the diagnoses; it also lists mechanisms of action, doses, adverse effects, and brand names. If you’ve ever wondered which vaccines have ever triggered Guillain Barré syndrome, that information is a few mouse clicks away (there are 18).

"Microbiology," the final module, can be used either diagnostically, by entering data from laboratory examination of the organism (eg, morphologic characteristics, test results, such as coagulase positive) or as an information source, to help distinguish the identifying characteristics of different microorganisms.

One will sensibly wonder, is it accurate? The developers state that the system has been checked diagnostically against 495 actual cases and was correct 94% of the time; 75% of the time the correct diagnosis was the first one listed in the differential. If I have at least whetted the reader’s interest, he or she should go directly to http://www.gideononline.com

for a tutorial demonstration of the program. Should that be of interest, the developers offer a free 30-day trial.

Any physician capable of using the most elementary functions of a computer could easily use GIDEON. The program is an intellectual tour de force for helping physicians quickly and successfully respond to the diagnostic and therapeutic problems of seeing patients with infectious illnesses that either are intrinsically complex or may have originated in unfamiliar, foreign settings. In times when exotic travel brings exotic diseases into our offices, GIDEON provides world-class consultation. It continues to be the best designed expert program I have seen for medical practice.

Vincent J. Felitti, MD, Reviewer

Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program

http://www.gideononline.com/reviews/jamaapril2005.htm

Only for the select few?

Look who is involved here!

http://www.gideononline.com/news.htm


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Postby Skytroll » Tue Jul 11, 2006 5:49 pm

This is the funniest thing I have ever read.

http://www.the-scientist.com/news/daily/23924/


Yep bacteria is not electrical, knew it all along.

God we are being morphosized into electrical units.

I knew we could cross bacteria with polymer, and wires, and electrical components.

The fibers are electrical.

Guess I am going MAD.

Thanks all for the ride. Happy nano ride.

We are being programmed for transport.


Tally HO!
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Postby Skytroll » Tue Jul 11, 2006 5:52 pm

more and more and more......................

Extracellular electron transfer via microbial nanowires.

Reguera G, McCarthy KD, Mehta T, Nicoll JS, Tuominen MT, Lovley DR.

Department of Microbiology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts 01003, USA.

Microbes that can transfer electrons to extracellular electron acceptors, such as Fe(iii) oxides, are important in organic matter degradation and nutrient cycling in soils and sediments. Previous investigations on electron transfer to Fe(iii) have focused on the role of outer-membrane c-type cytochromes. However, some Fe(iii) reducers lack c-cytochromes. Geobacter species, which are the predominant Fe(iii) reducers in many environments, must directly contact Fe(iii) oxides to reduce them, and produce monolateral pili that were proposed, on the basis of the role of pili in other organisms, to aid in establishing contact with the Fe(iii) oxides. Here we report that a pilus-deficient mutant of Geobacter sulfurreducens could not reduce Fe(iii) oxides but could attach to them. Conducting-probe atomic force microscopy revealed that the pili were highly conductive. These results indicate that the pili of G. sulfurreducens might serve as biological nanowires, transferring electrons from the cell surface to the surface of Fe(iii) oxides. Electron transfer through pili indicates possibilities for other unique cell-surface and cell-cell interactions, and for bioengineering of novel conductive materials.

PMID: 15973408 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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Postby Skytroll » Tue Jul 11, 2006 5:55 pm

mooooooooooooore..........................

http://www.sysbio.org/resources/staff/gorby.stm

http://www.cme.msu.edu/tiedjelab/jtiedje.shtml

They are killing the ENVIRONMENT AND US.

Right now, they have no idea how to predict what this does to humans.

Our third and new area of research is on studying the fate and impact of genetically engineered microbes so that their success or risk in nature can be better predicted. In collaboration with Barry Chelm, we have developed DNA probe techniques for use in soil to detect specific gene sequences in the total soil population. This allows us to study gene exchange, rearrangement, and regulation as it naturally occurs. We expect to find surprizes about how genetics actually works in nature since it is so different from the rich, non competitive conditions of the laboratory. The use of molecular methods in microbial ecology provides a whole new set of tools to study the behavior of important microorganisms in nature.





What is the agenda, folks?

Last big hurrah before the Evil overcomes us all?


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Postby Skytroll » Tue Jul 11, 2006 6:02 pm

And Chemtrails don't exist? How does this cover the whole earth?

And no connection there?

This is so out of control.

Although we do not yet fully understand how electricigens make electricity, it is clear that they were the first nanoelectronic engineers. Even if microbial fuel cells are not a short-term solution to our energy needs, further elucidation of this elegant system for conducting electrons may well make other contributions to the electronics industry as well as reveal some fascinating biology.

http://www.the-scientist.com/article/daily/23826/



And the gridding of the skies has nothing to do with this? Control through particles.

Excellent.

I am done. Liars.

AMA sucks.

The first thing in war is to KNOW YOUR ENEMY!
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Postby London » Tue Jul 11, 2006 7:21 pm

RE HIV???? Guess what? When given antibiotics, they go thru what??????????

the herxing! Damn. This is just another similarity that sucks rocks.
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Sky, I'm still going thru your links.....I just wanted to tell you....

Blue skies...... :)

Keep up the great work!!!
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:24 am

Just sharing a snippet of something i wrote somewhere else:

But hell no, they do not want you to find the true cause……

Well people, the true cause is that it’s in some of the foods we eat due to them releasing gm organisms in the warehouses where the food is stored in out-in-the -open pellets while it is waiting to be packaged.

The other thing is they have released this GM organism in the three states that:

1. Have the most population

2. Have the most Morgellons Patients (i.e., crazy people)

3. Have the most HIV patents.

and for a freeby, I’ll give you four…..

4. Has the most patients that have what i think I have on my arm
which I just found out the name today, and that is:
BACILLARY ANGIOMATOSIS> which, BA is just another name for
HIV

Now this GM organisms that they released for ag. purposes was made with a lot of items that is harmful to ones health. But, do yo think we
as indivduals matter to the G.Damned Government? If you answered yes to that then you are delusional and you should come over to my living room and watch the freaks gyrate on stage in this nightly rock concert.

Well one of the things they put into this gm organism was a designer bacteria and this bacteria parasitizes the arthropods and some crustaceans too.!!!!!!

That’s right, now we have spiders, ticks, fleas, collembola, mosquitos…… you get my drift that are ill with this bacteria and when they bite us and we are even slightly immunocomprimised or maybe lacking a vitamin or mineral or two they infect us with what we now call a stupid name for a disease , Morgellons.

End of story.
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 3:31 am

skytroll, on the previous page at the top, I got this from your first hyperlink:

The construction of adherent non-EPEC strains facilitates the molecular study of the attaching/effacing properties and invasiveness of these strains in tissue culture models.


Did you notice the words in blue>>>>we have to get genetic, molecular tested. This is the only way we will know. That's why they think they can get away with this, b/c it won't show up in regular testing.

Pass this info on at lymebusters, would you? I'm sure it will get deleted, but go ahead and try. I mean, there are some people that read that site that are really sick. Not many, but a few.
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 7:42 am

skytoll, I'm still going thru all your great links.....as regards to the fibrous diseases out lurking in our environment today......I googled a sentence you said on the previous page. I got this website when I opened the google. I thought you might like to read it.

http://hyper.ahajournals.org/cgi/conten ... t/14/5/472
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 7:47 am

Hartuk said:

Relating to flowers, The Dutch are masters at modifying the genetic code of plants.
For instance the black tulip.
Is this type of research undertaken at the Prins Maurits Lab too, I wonder.
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London says: I dunno, but I bet University of Arizona knows!
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 7:52 am

A genius said:

When the AMA turned on us dear, they turned on all of us. Until you recognize the history and what has happened, you will never have a clue as to how any DNA change using bacterias/viruses will affect human genes and will only cause adaptation and natural selection to happen due to mutation.
So America is in for new diseases because of the what has happened in the past. When the first genes were altered, proteins rearranged, that is when this all started, whether bioweapon or just messing in the lab.

But, a scheme for causing human adaptation and natural selection or gene selection is in place, and if you cannot recognize that, then you really need to educate yourself.


End of Story
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Postby London » Wed Jul 12, 2006 8:02 am

Dear TheresaLynn,

Yes, as Sabrina said We Welcome you.....

My OpInion.....do not write the lying CDC, Do not join the MRF, and certainly do not write on the CDC's website which is Lymebusters.

Go there and read the health section, but that is all I would do......you see, the Government has to MONITOR us someway and what not a better way than that?

This is strictly my opinion......and if I were you, I'd really think what I said through.

It's all BS tactics!
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