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Postby ukguy » Tue Aug 08, 2006 4:55 pm

tamtam wrote:Mrs. Gerberding has been informed at least twice in 2004(....)

Immediate access to this infectious agent can be established at once.



Hi TamTam

Would you please be clear with this. Are you saying that You are offering the CDC direct access to the agent with your involvement?

Have the ECDC also been offered access?

Please elaborate if you would be so kind.

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Postby London » Tue Aug 08, 2006 6:30 pm

Sabrina,

Oh Thank God you wrote and you are doing okay; you have been missed and I look towards you for your guidance. Please stay in touch.

Dear ppleater,

Yes, I have had the microbes go towards my eyes. They have not been such a problem as they were months ago though. I now have the long lashes growing in the inside corners of my eye. It is weird, kind of like an extra row of lashes it seems...what are your experiences with
the microbes and your eyes? Do you also have black spots and vision
degredation?


Tam Tam, Remember when you asked us to find the importance of the wing? Please see this about the DNA and evolution of the wing. It is by Roland P., the real YYZ.

http://www.primidi.com/2005/02/09.html

Thanks,

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Postby RANDY » Tue Aug 08, 2006 6:45 pm

Sabrina:

Remember that the CDC does not run clinical trials and only will review already written material which there is none except what Mary at MDF put out..and the collembola piece.....so it is just a stall. Do not get your hopes up darling.

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Postby tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 8:49 pm

"What we see in many different species is the repeated use of a pattern that is already built into the wing,"

And if the fly is so close to man you also maybe understand how human growth factor can be written away c.q produced by a bacterium that grows a plant?

Basically you can reduce all processes to the presence and expression of a signal
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Postby London » Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:34 pm

Tam Tam,

I have been reducing.....to that signal you refer to:

I have came up with Magnotactic Bacteria and from that I reduced it to
mAGNETOSPIRILLUM SAR-1......AND IT is grown in a lab!

Is this the sudden increase in Lyme Disease? Because it is fake and grown in a lab and fed to our animals and in our water facilities? Oh, I think so.

But the signaling you speak of is what I have found to believe is nothing more than articficial intelligence swarming together.....yes, I'm talking robotics and I'm talking robotic insects.

The DOE must really need them to attain their damn quest for biofuels, eh?
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Postby tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:37 pm

ppleater,

You could look up protothecosis and its distribution pattern.
Last reference of Mr. Bartz is fine.

The agent shows a preference for keratinized body parts.
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Postby London » Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:48 pm

Tam Tam,

hello??? are you speaking of the nitrifying bacteria in the plants' roots when you speak of the quoram sensing? which as in all eucaryotic cells, is stored as ATP produced through photosynthesis. ...??

How about the Dicotyledonous Plants? It's in the roots, see:

http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0002-9122(193805)25:5%3C348:COEROD%3E2.0.CO;2-6

sorry, dunno why that hyperlink will not work. I think thought these darn transgenic plants are the reason the increased rate of helibactor pylori in most of us.....the Hyphal interaction.

Look at this one....

Detection of mycoparasitism by infrared photomicrography

Abstract The fungusTrichoderma harzianum which parasitizes its hostRhizoctonia solani (AG 1–6) was observed under a light microscope and the interaction sites photomicrographed with infrared film. Bright regions indicating infrared irradiation were observed at the interaction sites, apparently due to the high parasitic activity occurring there. The possible use of infrared photomicrography in cell-cell interactions is discussed.

(1) Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, Faculty of Agriculture, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 76-100 Rehovot, Israel

http://www.springerlink.com/(bywh3vjhnhnnnk45zyvkzm45)/app/home/contribution.asp?referrer=parent&backto=issue,8,8;journal,141,170;linkingpublicationresults,1:100365,1


PS: There is such a thing as electromagnetic water treatment.
and....A very recent development in magnetic water treatment involves the use of paramagnetic soil.
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Postby tamtam » Tue Aug 08, 2006 11:15 pm

Another link about prothothecosis:
remember: important is to understand the use of "like"
CBL = Cyano Bacterial Like (organisms)
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http://www.nmconline.org/articles/prototheca.htm
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Postby London » Wed Aug 09, 2006 1:22 am

So what are you saying TamTam? Do you think we are getting most of our problems from the dairy cows? The plants, ie., the raw ones?

or from the polluted waters from all the coal burning plants, etc.,?
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Postby Sabrina » Wed Aug 09, 2006 10:07 am

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Postby Skytroll » Wed Aug 09, 2006 2:19 pm

The CDC is looking at toxic algae.
Test done in Michigan. Lakes are loaded with it.

In that link mentioned above, it mentions certain algaes.

"Alkaloid toxins. Both neurotoxic and cytotoxic alkaloids have been identified. The
major neurotoxic alkaloids are the anatoxins and saxitoxins, and the major cytotoxic alkaloid
is cylindrospermopsin. Only acute poisonings involving these toxins have been studied, and
the effects of chronic exposures are not known.
The anatoxins include anatoxin-a (the “fast-death factor”), anatoxin-a(S), and
homoanatoxin-a. Each affects nerves and interferes with the smooth transition of stimuli to
the muscles. Anatoxin-a has been isolated from species of Anabaena, Oscillatoria, and
Aphanizomenon species. Anatoxin-a(S) (S means Asalivation factor@) occurs primarily in
Anabaena species, including A. flos-aquae, A. spiroides, and A. circinalis (Carmichael,
1992; 2001)."

IMO this effects the nerves.

Right now, I am having facial nerve pain along with a lesion near mouth.
Out of this lesion came a red rolled up fiber, a blue-green flourescent fiber. Then, pain so terrific spread to side of head, neck, jaw and around mouth.

This algae is everywhere.
Seems to me that the fibers are related to the algae.
Am approaching doctor with this, today.

When pollen spores affect people, an allergic response develops for some, could algae be acting in a similar fashion, only it is effecting the nerves? If we are toxic with this, then the brain fog could be the result of this? Maybe? The following sentence from above seems significant:

" Each affects nerves and interferes with the smooth transition of stimuli to the muscles."

The neuromuscular connection?
Microsporidia, the dried spores in the algae? could this be where the fibers originate?
It seems they are seeded in us.
Also noted in above article: Alkaloid.
What if our bodies are too alkaloid, and then the algae spores are integrated straight into our pores?
like fungi is in lungs?
Fungus needs a lot a alkaloid to grow, right?
I am asking questions to see if PH/Alkaloid has a lot to do with whether a toxin is easily incorporated into our bodies via pore. If the environment is too alkaloid, does it not effect us?

Trying to stay on topic, here.

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