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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 1:26 am


Compounds of carbon (organic compounds) form the physical basis of all living organisms. Carbon atoms are able to link with each other and with other atoms to form chains and rings, and an infinite variety of carbon compounds exist.
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:23 am

Two examples of a search query for Turing machine relating to biosystematic:

turing machine/ genomics/ proteomics/ biosystematic

Results 1 - 10 of about 40,200 for turing machine genomics. (0.14 seconds)
The postgenomic shipwright - Nature Genetics
This review summarizes the concept of Turing machine as a model of the cell as ... Danchin's central theme, however, is not the early history of genomics, ...
http://www.pasteur.fr/recherche/unites/ REG/HTML_files/Nature_Genetics_BdD.html - 14k - Cached - Similar pages

[PDF] Bioinformatics - a definition
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DNA represents a Turing Machine). Analyses in bioinformatics focus on three types of datasets: genome sequences,. macromolecular structures, and functional ...
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Postby RANDY » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:38 am

I was just saying that those that want to be so public calling us crazy should show themselves and those wanting recognition for saying that they KNOW what this IS or IS NOT should not hide after they make their statements.

I understand that those that have jobs to keep and positions in the community, do not want to be revealed..but I talk to many of those people on the phone and would never give out information and they are known to me and to other sufferers. We have power in numbers and if we are afriad to show ourselves we have no numbers and no power.

Those of us that are doing what we can in our States, contacting those that can make a difference, all know each other and we are not afraid to go public. No one is going to put anyone away. That is paranoid talk. Do not scare people. Any government agency right now as we speak has all of our info and that is the truth..so hiding is just make believe.

Plus the government can not place all of us away..our numbers believe it or not or too many and spread over too many continents.


No offense meant to anyone.
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 6:14 am


Your links would not let us have access plus they were in french I believe, so then I gogled your suggestions-to no avail. Could you quite possibly have ment to say biosystems instead of biosystematic?

I think what you are trying to say is maybe computaional biology maybe?

I think "the machines" means us, right?

and our cells can pick up things from our environment right? It's called signaling. Is this what you are saying?

I know one of the things they use in signaling
networks is protein phosphorylation and dephosporylation
via kinases and phosphatases, respectively. I do not understand it, but nevertheless, I am aware of it.

oh duh, I get it, I think....your saying (example) like where the junction of water and carbon meet? Maybe??

*the Monte Carlos and the oxidation of metals maybe?
okay, then I'm thinking Magnetic atoms are formed!

Does anybody know the name of the Asian Dr. (biotech Dr.) that was supposedly caught for lying or something of that nature this past Dec. 05?
Was it Dr. Mae-Won Ho???? I think that man had a lot to offer (Mae-Won Ho ayway) so, can anyone tell me if this was the man?
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 8:55 am

Try google/ but copy:

Bioinformatics - a definition

another clue:

Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web
The Diptera Site: Disseminating Biosystematic Information on the World Wide Web. ... The species problem is also one of circumscription, the definition of ...
http://www.sel.barc.usda.gov/Diptera/keys.htm - 35k - Cached - Similar pages
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:49 pm


so the diptera fly. what is the big deal about the database of names?

I don't give a damn what they call it. Please point out what you are saying that is so important with this link. I'm certainly not trying to be disrespectful, I just don't get the point.

okay, in regards to the first part of your post, I thought it was good. (what you said to google) so I did and got this:

Bioinformatics — ... or computational biology is the use of techniques from applied mathematics, informatics, statistics

and that is just what I said last night. You see, I've been studying this molecular thing for a week or so now. Maybe two. On and off anyway.

I posted about this as well but no one said a word! Not even you. Now, why is that? Hmmm.....
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Postby Skytroll » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:50 pm


I do believe he is the man who has been telling us about the algae, cyanobacteria and the earth changes.

It is carbon, it is phosphorus, it is horizontal transfer and it is in the water.

Toxic algae, it is poison.


Holland has channels, channels harbor zebra muscles which do not eat the toxic algae, the algae grows, and is not stopped.

We have it growing in our back yard.

All lakes in Michigan, our Great Lakes have this.

Is being tested now.


Harmful algae bacteria.

This is what spreads in air, by way of spore,


It can come in any way shape or form:


check out these publications:
History of the this path.


But, what event did this to start ball rolling?

It is more than one has to do with Chlorophyll.

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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 2:59 pm

Only an indication that all is subject to classification.
In this particular respect the attempt to classify must cause debate (...)
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:08 pm

Hey, Sky, I just saw your post.....

what man are you referring to? Also, yeah I think it is in the water too. I have been saying this since way back when and how the salmon and trouts and the parasites they have. And those parasites give spores...blah, blah,,, but yes, Cyano is a big problem in our waters. I mean big. But you know what?

something I said a while back and not a soul commented on was the
ballast of the ships. Boy, they carry these things from one side of the world and zia-zag back and forth to the other side of the world. the ships break the laws and they empty their ballast in the ports where I just so happen to be very fond of.

But Skytroll, what is even bigger than all of this is the friggin sewer plants
and wastewater/ from runoff to the sewage plants themselves. Did you know they are even reusing the wastewater and turning it back into the water treatment plants. did you know that these microbes are so small that even though they might use filters, the microbes seep right on thru them?

Look, we need to uprise! I have had enough of GM foods, GM crops synthetic this and synthetic that. We have plenty of food to feed the world two times over.

No scientist has anybusiness in cloning a damn thing. Go read some of Man-Won Ho's stuff.

He has been preaching to deaf ears about the real horrors of biotech foods,
crops, plants, animals...it is bad and people just do not even realize the gravity of how bad.

Also sky, the foods we buy are handled in such a filthy way. It will make you sick to read of it.

But these things are not just in our water and river basins. The thing I'm referring to is the thermalelectiric dynamism to getting these bithcing parasites (the reproduction ones) inside of our bodies.

Hey, I' ve been blogging about it (to myself.) Maybe I will give you the web address later.



ps: Skytoll, you know where all this is going to take us to? To the place where I said back last Septemeber on Lbusters....(back when I thought those people were my friends so I lilstened to them) Yes, I let them persuade me that my ideas were kind of out there....well, I am referring to the communications industry and the computers....computational bilolgy then you go up to the algorithms then...right on up to computaional physics and chemistry. I'm telling you, they did all this crap via a computer!
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:16 pm

Indeed some algae like microcystis and rhodophyta will bloom. (Per definition not only water bound)

Your name fits well that what could fly trough the air.

A sporule is a sporule with the potential of further development.

If this sporule relates to plant, parasite, insect mammal and..?, how stealthily could that other well known entity silently invade?

Check: advanced plant systematic
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Postby Skytroll » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:26 pm

TT and London,

Many blooms here, in small lakes.......
a seed, a sporule, right?
Now, a good site for possibly algae fluke?

http://classes.midlandstech.com/carterp ... cture3.htm



Dinoflagellates produce a neurotoxin that causes paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) and ciguatera.

Alexandrium – produces the saxitoxins responsible for PSP. Large concentrations cause red tides.

Gambierdiscus toxicus concentrates in reef fish that aren’t normally toxic, causes ciguatera. (symptoms include tingling around the lips, nausea, vomiting, weakness, and numbness).


Water molds - decomposers, resemble fungi, produce asexual spores in a sac but their spores have flagella and fungi don't.

Usually seen as a white fuzzy mass on dead algae or animals in fresh water. Terrestrial forms are often plant pathogens.

Phytophthora infestans – caused the Irish potato famine, infects soybeans and cocoa also.

We have been here before in the 1930s.

Polio, and more. Water based diseases.

Getting the kingdoms down.

Eukaryote and prokaryote and we know from one-celled to multicelled(humans) this is the joining, am I right?

And the connect would be the flagella? the fiber?

Can me a motor too can't it?

bio to artificial?

Carbon bucky balls, sets carbon cycle on a different path?

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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 3:26 pm

tamtam I dunno if you are talking about chemtrails, birds or superman
but I do know this.....they, the evil friggin scientist intentionally gave the chlamydias to the birds.....all in an attempt to prevent further damage to us......they had to study it....that is a crock of S! they did not need to genome a damn thing. They just wanted illnes for the money they would make and they want population control....

and for global warming to be over by 2050 and also....they want nothing more than their trees back!!! this is what this whole thing is about.

They screwed it up...they say that man did....well, I don;t operate Exxon do I?
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