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Postby Barz » Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:07 pm

How do you suggest we go about doing this? Sorry for my ignorence.

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Postby Barz » Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:08 pm

You suck, Rutz
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Postby tamtam » Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:29 pm

Well Mr. Barz,

You ask a (retired) Notary or Attorney or people that have experience with putting up a foundation.

Set clear goals and accept donations.

Rational would be to yield a proposal to obtain
fully endorsed research results and use those results e.g to prove that people are being deceived and this for political reasons.

All can be effectively organized and turned effective in about three to four months.

People enough.

If 5000 people would yield 5 or 10 dollar all can be made rock hard - including involvement of a blue chip company to do various initial tests (....)

The foundation could commission a company and test results could be made public.

Its a subject with an international scope, I can assure you,


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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Sep 08, 2006 1:11 am

good grief ?

i cant believe they assume the populace is soo nieve..

damn!.....

great effort Randy! .. . . . .
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. . .. ... . .. now i am surly pissed!!!

these people got Expert Sysems grid locked with civilian servers just like the NSA these gimps got bots scanning every board on this topic... .
i mean come on.. .. not enough INFORMATION hell they could strip this thread and fill in the blanks... what the f### ??? are the retarded????or are their brains just fold after fold of dehumanized biofilm hard wired to the Dark Star ..
i wouldnt put it past them to use
a "german" front in attempt to take out Randy... considering how out spoken he has been.. .the guy was almost silenced... . .

how can we expect any U.S. district to not be a damn puppet ... not in the current administration...
-to hell with litigation .... what if we just TAKE the proof from the CDC ADHOC's network and go
straight to GENEVA..
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Postby southcity » Fri Sep 08, 2006 5:13 am

The state of Georgia has started a database concerning this illness. They are using a different name for it though. http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/hazards/ ... yndrome%22


unidentified dermatosis syndrome

Contact information
Jane M. Perry, Director
Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Division of Public Health
Atlanta, Georgia
(404) 657-6534


Sorry if this info has already been posted on here, having a hard time sorting through all of it.

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Postby Linn » Fri Sep 08, 2006 9:23 am

southcity wrote:The state of Georgia has started a database concerning this illness. They are using a different name for it though. http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/hazards/ ... yndrome%22


unidentified dermatosis syndrome

Contact information
Jane M. Perry, Director
Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Division of Public Health
Atlanta, Georgia
(404) 657-6534




Sorry if this info has already been posted on here, having a hard time sorting through all of it.

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Thanx for the info :) I wasnt aware of it.
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Postby tamtam » Fri Sep 08, 2006 10:25 am

Important links as earlier posted:

"The diagnosis of these rare infections is based largely on detection of characteristic structures observed on histopathologic examination of tissue"

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articl ... id=1081399
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"Various dermatoses are clearly associated with either superficial or systemic infection by many Gram-negative organisms, most notably Pseudomonas aeruginosa (....)

However, it is unreasonable to compare mechanisms of cutaneous disease from colonising Gram-negative bacteria to those due to cyanobacteria solely on the basis that both organisms contain LPS"

http://www.ehjournal.net/content/5/1/7
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"In our opinion, the sole natural exposure route that might explain aquatic cyanobacterial LPS-related illness is via inhalation of aerosolised cells or fragments"

"protein allergens in some cyanobacteria may provoke symptoms"

Neurotoxins from blue-green algae present in certain foods or water can accumulate in proteins and might cause brain diseases like Alzheimer’s after many ...
http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn6229 - 42k - Cached - Similar pages
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"Can bacteria from one species communicate with those from another species?

There is evidence that interspecies communication via QS can occur. This is referred to as quorum sensing cross talk. Cross talk has implications in many areas of microbiology as in nature bacteria almost always exist in mixed species populations such as biofilms"

http://www.pharmainfo.net/exclusive/rev ... _bacteria/

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"A number of mysterious and uncomfortable diseases, in which microbes were never convincingly implicated in the past, are now attributed to bacteria growing as a biofilm"

"Although defining what constitutes a biofilm infection remains to be resolved, most clinicians agree that biofilms are responsible for a variety of chronic bacterial infections"

"Many of these infections are caused by opportunistic pathogens that are also human commensals''

http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/millhillessays/2004/bacteria/

http://www.pubmedcentral.gov/articleren ... tid=438604

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Important note for the histopathologist in relation to infection with a novel CBL c.q the cause of "an unidentified dermatosis syndrome"

"The globose budding cells of L. loboi may resemble the “mariners wheel” form of Paracoccidioides brasiliensis in tissue; however, the consistent diameter and chain-like arrangement of the yeast cells of L. loboi distinguish it from P. brasiliensis. L. loboi is usually intracellular, although extracellular forms may be
seen"
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Sincerely,

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Postby tamtam » Fri Sep 08, 2006 10:32 am

Today southcity wrote:

The state of Georgia has started a database concerning this illness. They are using a different name for it though. http://health.state.ga.us/pdfs/hazards/ ... yndrome%22


unidentified dermatosis syndrome

Contact information
Jane M. Perry, Director
Chemical Hazards Program
Georgia Division of Public Health
Atlanta, Georgia
(404) 657-6534
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Postby London » Fri Sep 08, 2006 11:25 am

TamTam.,

You say that things like aspergillus from the environment. About 4 days ago , I posted an article re: aspergillus being found in cotton-could you please comment on this? Title: Molecular Genetic Evidence for the Involvement of
Polygalacturonase, P2c, in the Invasion and Spread
of Aspergillus flavus in Cotton Bolls†

_http://aem.asm.org/cgi/reprint/63/9/3548.pdf#search=%22Molecular%20Genetic%20Evidence%20for%20the%20Involvement%20of%22
And if that was not enough, look at these titles would you?
http://cals.arizona.edu/research/cottylab/CottyPub.htm

Aflatoxin Biosynthesis Cluster Gene cypA Is Required for
G Aflatoxin Formation

http://cals.arizona.edu/research/cottyl ... 8-6524.pdf

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From My Dec. 30. 2005 File:

Genomes to Life Initiative

Q7. Please describe the Genomes to Life Initiative. What is NIH's interest in this initiative and how much of it is NIH willing to fund? Again, given the large increases to NIH's budget, what is the rationale for a significant DOE initiative in this area?

A7. The Genomes to Life Initiative (GTL) will build upon the success of the human, animal, plant and bacterial genome programs as a foundation for scientific discovery of the fundamental, comprehensive and systematic understanding of life at the molecular level. Stated in another way, DNA sequences are universal codes that specify the components of all known living organisms (called proteins), but it is these proteins, each specifically built according to a unique DNA code, that are the engines, the building blocks and the signaling mechanisms—the essence of life itself. The GTL initiative seeks to utilize the vast amount of sequence information now becoming available and build upon it using new techniques in molecular and structural biology, computations and imaging to understand and predict how genomes are truly ''brought to life.'' A specific focus of the initiative is in understanding simple bacteria (the ''microbial world''). This focus will enable mission-oriented benefits in areas that include chemical and biological national security (including bioterrorism detection and defeat), the carbon cycle and carbon sequestration in the atmosphere, the susceptibility of living organisms to insults such as radiation, the development of natural renewable energy sources, and in using plants and microbes for remediating contaminated sites. As noted above in Q6, these are areas of DOE mission orientation, not those of NIH. Hence, it is not reasonable to expect NIH to actually fund the initiative (or part of it) but rather to focus its resources on questions that directly relate to its health focus. Nevertheless, there is significant commonality in the tools and approaches to be used in directly health-related programs funded by NIH and other agencies like NSF, and effective coordination is essential to avoid duplication and maximize return on investment.

Nahh, it's not the Gov't. :roll: :twisted: :wink: :lol:
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Postby Barz » Fri Sep 08, 2006 12:49 pm

I am happy to see the UDS link you posted South. Now tell me why the CDC has not set up a similar database. As Randy's post basically asks WHAT THE HELL IS THE CDC DOING? Where is the information coming from? They need to start 'splainin'.
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Postby DS » Fri Sep 08, 2006 2:33 pm

As with any and all diseases, the full course of the disease must be documented, you whom are infected with this illness are simply being observed, like lab rats, until all information can be gathered. CDC is simply supplying lip service with no action.
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Postby London » Fri Sep 08, 2006 5:35 pm

DS,

I love your honesty and keen insight.
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This is staright from a Gov't page as well:

Interpretive Summary: Honey bees are important beneficial insects that can be infected by numerous disease agents, including viruses. While parasitic mites have been shown to transmit bee viruses, other routes of transmission could be involved in the overall spread of these viruses. Using molecular techniques, we have detected viruses in various tissues of honey bee queens, as well as in honey bee eggs. This research shows that queens can transmit virus to their offspring. This information is interesting to other researchers involved in virus transmission as it offers an explanation of how viruses can be passed along in the absence of parasitic mites.
Technical Abstract: Transmission mechanisms of six viruses including acute bee paralysis virus (ABPV), black queen cell virus (BQCV), chronic bee paralysis virus (CBPV), deformed wing virus (DWV), Kashmir bee virus (KBV), and sacbrood bee virus (SBV) in honey bee colonies were investigated by RT-PCR methods. The virus status of individual queens was evaluated by examining the presence of viruses in the queens¿ feces and tissues including hemolymph, gut, ovaries, spermatheca, head, and eviscerated body. Except for head tissue, all five tissues as well as queen feces were found to be positive for virus infections. When queens in bee colonies were identified to be positive for BQCV, DWV, CBPV, KBV, and SBV, the same viruses were detected in their offspring including eggs, larvae, and adult workers. Meanwhile, queens that were found positive for only two viruses, BQCV and DWV, only these two viruses were detected in their offspring in the colonies. The presence of viruses in the tissue of ovaries and the detection of the same viruses in eggs and young larvae suggest a vertical transmission of viruses from queens to offspring.

http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/public ... 115=182988
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