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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:02 pm

Cilla,

Were you by chance talking about the Bacteria Microfossils earlier?

http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/bacteria/bacteriafr.html
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:04 pm

Swabs come back negative because standard diagnostic tests c.q methodology must associate micro organisms with the existing index of known human pathogen (...)

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Quorum sensing is (chemical) signal based.
One signal is specie dedicated and another is universal.
This means that non related elements can tune in to one and the same multi cellular process.

Since when do commensal resembling micro organisms replicate a series multi cellular organisms?

Classification is classification,
and how would you classify a mule?
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:14 pm

The United States Department of Agriculture has approved field release of GM pink bollworm this summer, which are made with a mobile genetic element that can jump many species. This is tantamount to giving wings to the most aggressive genome invaders. Dr. Mae-Wan Ho exposes evidence of instability in these GM insects, and warns of rampant horizontal gene transfer and recombination, should such GM insects become released.


did I not say two nights ago when addressing Canalon and sky that I think the parasites can jump species???

yeah, I'm really crazy. Maybe I should just publically announce my diaryblog...

I think the horizontal tranfer is where the scientist do not understand is so risky/ dangerous
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TamTam, you asked

Since when do commensal resembling micro organisms replicate a series multi cellular organisms?


I think you are referring to the genetically modified microorganisms to other organisms. ... The fungal kingdom is composed of a diverse group of different uni- or multi-cellular ...i.e., from one to the other (multi) right.?

as in the sponges or coral reefs, the mats....? yeah?
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:49 pm

Indeed; a mold is an expression of a (natural) multi cellular process.

But if a mold will grow an insect?
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Postby London » Fri Aug 04, 2006 7:57 pm

i THINK THAT INSECT PEST = MOLD SPORES THAT'S WHAT I THINK!

so, is it all about the landscaping? oh yeah, here we go...it's like an invasion of the giant mold spore, is it not?

or...it could be like a sooty fungus growing on the insect and the damn insect is in our home....oh good Lord!

wow, this website is doing some strange stuff. I can literally see flashes of color sometimes green dots coming onto the screen. they are usually small though. This has gone on for the last two weeks but I wanted to make sure before I said anything. Just a second ago, there was this inch long flash of baby pink...just like an exclamation mark!! what the heck is up with this? Luckily, I have two other witnesses that finally saw this happen!!! what is this? somebody needs to explain this!
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 9:42 pm

Link about quorum sensing
and how single cell micro organisms become a multi cellular entity

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Postby RANDY » Fri Aug 04, 2006 10:57 pm

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Postby RANDY » Fri Aug 04, 2006 10:59 pm

SarachConnor (abac68) Says:
August 4th, 2006 at 2:39 pm
Mary Leitao told me that TamTam was a poet and his funds for both videos were done with money from his uncle who owns a tulip farm??!! She said he arrived in USA and phoned her on a Sat. saying he was at the CDC - she told him - silly it is a Saturday no one is there. She laughed as usual. She has laughed at a lot of peoples misfortunes
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Postby tamtam » Fri Aug 04, 2006 11:30 pm

In relation to the Turing machine/ genomics/ and a novel thought human pathogen:

Institute Pasteur/ Harvard reference:


Danchin's concern with functional genomics is expressed by comparing the genome with the Delphic Boat. As a classic riddle of identity, the problem of the Delphic Boat asks if you leave port in a boat and, over the course of your voyage, replace all the individual components of the boat, in what sense do you return to port in the same boat?
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Postby RANDY » Sat Aug 05, 2006 3:53 am

Randy,

this video is of a very suggestive nature, but fails to present any scientific evidence for the vague suggestions made.

I saw many nice pictures of e.g. crystals (anorganic material), dead skin, and debris often seen with standard microscopic examination (contamination).
Various other ill-defined objects are presented, as well.
Some fragments contain samples from skin and nails, that look normal or show abrasions or alterations, that cannot be traced to a particular cause.

There is not a single shred of evidence of a particular 'new'
organism. The pictures of the arm shown with the pustulas are not specific at all (could be anything, therefore).

The info suggests to explain a myriad of diseases. However, the message contains no claims that can be be verified.

Finally, medical terminology is often wrong.


In conclusion: nonsense.


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Postby RANDY » Sat Aug 05, 2006 4:09 am

I have a reporter from the Times Union that wants to do a story on us. If anyone if from the Albany area please contact me at once.

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Postby RANDY » Sat Aug 05, 2006 8:04 am

How many people have used some form of retin A in their lifetime? So far on my other site I have a 100% positive response.

Tretinoin a.k.a. trans-retinoic acid (the active ingredient in such popular products as Retin A and Renova) is one of the very few agents whose skin rejuvenation effects have been documented in many well-designed studies. Tretinoin works by triggering molecular switches in skin cells called retinoid receptors. These switches affect many intracellular processes including cell growth and differentiation, synthesis and breakdown of proteins (including collagen and elastin), sebum production, and possibly even the cell's lifespan clock (telomeres).

I have a funny feeling that this is a vey small part of this puzzle since mostly women have this between ages 30 and 60 and Retin A was very popular during this time and it effects all the things it states it effects. It is just a feeling..but a strong one.
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