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Postby London » Tue Oct 03, 2006 4:43 am

Great posts Skypatroll. Yes, I heard there already is a visible female increase of haman babies being born. And right on Sky! This is exactly what they want> to curb the population. I am pretty sure she swings with the global trotters and knows that w/ in the next 25 years, there will not be enough oxygen on this planet to go around. So, instead of killing her own sorry arse, she decides to participate in the satanic rituals or pardon be, if not satanic, the n maybe barbaric would have been a better word.....or I get it.....try skinhead...... and just wipe others out. But, you know, it's all London, London.......that warped sychopahant.....>stale, and that's the end of story. But, be forwarned, look at her company.

You know today, while at work, I was thinking, they know the cure and this is all gonna pass, we just have to ride it out and be their lil lab rats, but all will be okay in the long run.....

then, Flash, wake up, I am f-ing dying, you are too if you have this. I honest to God said to self, go home and write a brief public apology to all and to especially her b/c I was rough mannered last evening.....and once again, that thought, all will be okay, they know what they are doing and this is just testing procedures.....

Then, f-ing> wham! Hello, can you say wake the F up London, Honey, you ain't going nowhere but deeper into bad health........

So, Yeah, Lil Sara, if they hate-and or despise me now, just wait......b/c I am not stopping. I have already w/held for too long now......and all I have to say, is if you live North of Me, your ass is going down Baby. Now, I will have a heart and give some grace period. I would not take your offer of help, nor Ginger Savely's if it was my last shot of breath.

Hell, I don't remember who she was, (never heard of her) but when that poster that came on to this site this past summer and tried to give us knowledge to the best of her ability on the ozone,. well, in one of her post, she quoted or reproduced a letter by someone named Cathy???? that supposedly somne of you guys knew. (Keep in mind, I have no idea of who she is or of any prior knowledge of this.) As it ended up being posted this summer, Cathy lost her battle w/ disease .

Point? That I heard, and Lord knows why they told me, since I had neve even heard of this person, that she was sent to Bowen Lab by Media Worm Head, Kowles/ Cowles> whatever,,,,,,and that two weeks later when she came back from Bowen, this is when she suddenly expired.

I'm sorry to hear that, and Randy, I'm sorry to hear that you don;'t like what I post. But Bod dammit girlfriend, if you were sitting in fron of my f-ing face right now, my telepethay and hatred would f-ing rip your appendix out.(since you never lost yours) We have god damn got sick fu kin people here and I am so gd tired of this gd bullshit, you f-ing got it. :?: Go to hell and take oklahoma and wymore and the land and the illegal prairie grass that does not naturally grow there with ya.

i already have a f-ing A-team investigating it.
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Postby RANDY » Tue Oct 03, 2006 4:58 am

Twilight zone manic ramblings once again. You are not knowledgable you are just paranoid. and I don't have an appendix anymore. They removed it last month after it burst.

DO SOMETHING OTHER THAN THIS WOULD YA? You helping out??How????

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Postby London » Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:02 am

TWO WORDS: BESIDES YOU SUK, IS:

CRIMINAL, ILLEGAL.


what's this about????????????????????????

Amazon.com: The Rescue of Miss Yaskell: And Other Pipe Dreams ...Amazon.com: The Rescue of Miss Yaskell: And Other Pipe Dreams: Books: Russell Baker by Russell Baker.
http://www.amazon.com/Rescue-Miss-Yaske ... 0312927304 - 83k - Cached - Similar pages

looks like it's all eyes on UUUUUUUUUU
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Postby RANDY » Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:07 am

Not a zionist thing.

G-D sent down the angel of death to upon all those that were not Jewish. The Jews were instructed to mark their door with an X of blood from a Lamb.

If you did not do this the angel of death that G-d sent would take your first born son since in Egypt they were mistreating the Jews..like on this site.....hehe......and those that did that were to lose thier first born sons.

That is how the name Passover came about. The angel of death "passed-over" the homes of the Jewish people and took the first born sons of the evil ones. The ones that would not be kind to the Jews and set them free from slavery.

G-D did that..but I do not think he has a computer and knows of this web site so you can not send hate mail to him..sorry.

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Postby RANDY » Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:11 am

London:

That is so funny..that is just toooooo funny. I spell my name Yaskal..there are many other spellings like Yaskell Yaskul Yaskull Yaskel Iaskel etc.

In fact Ronnie Yaskell; is a casting director and she is no relation to me at all.

The book is probably about her. She is quite famous.

But funny as all heck...... You are very funny someties...paranoid-skitz as a bat out of hell but funny.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:55 am

Ahhhhhhhhh,,,,,,

To the right..........or the left............forget it.

the real truth Darwin's father was a preacher.
Oh yeah, the scribes and pharisees have risen to power, now.

That W sure means a lot to some. So did the H

HIV and Wolbachia, two really good specimens of 2 plagues.

I though evolution went against christian teachings.

Now the NSF and the Academy of Sciences believe it is real.

I see the Wellcome Trust Grants have a lot of money to float around. Wonder if they could help our good doc

http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/assets/wtd003520.pdf

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Postby Marcos » Tue Oct 03, 2006 6:01 am

Julian, you're a dentist. An odd one at that, stating to people that they are not delusional. On what grounds do you base your observations?
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Postby London » Tue Oct 03, 2006 6:18 am

Randy, My bad, I do apologize on that mispelling.

Skytroll, finally! Thank God for you......
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That's easy; it's in the dental instruments!
Want some documentation on this?

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The project will help developing new technologies for the bottom-up fabrication of nanoscale electronic devices using principles learned from Nature. We will use a cross-disciplinary approach between biotechnology, materials science, and microelectronics that will result in a set of fabrication tools for the self-assembly of a variety of nanoscale electronic structures, devices, and circuits. These tools will include novel surface-modified semiconductor and metal nanoparticles as functional units, bacterial S-layer proteins as templates for superlattice arrays, and novel nanoscale interconnects. The primary results of the project will be basic technology for bottom-up fabrication and a better understanding of interactions between coupled self-assembled nanoparticle devices.
The project will help developing new technologies for the bottom-up fabrication of nanoscale electronic devices using principles learned from Nature. We will use a cross-disciplinary approach between biotechnology, materials science, and microelectronics that will result in a set of fabrication tools for the self-assembly of a variety of nanoscale electronic structures, devices, and circuits. These tools will include novel surface-modified semiconductor and metal nanoparticles as functional units, bacterial S-layer proteins as templates for superlattice arrays, and novel nanoscale interconnects. The primary results of the project will be basic technology for bottom-up fabrication and a better understanding of interactions between coupled self-assembled nanoparticle devices.
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Re: fiber disease/ sabrina

Postby Sabrina » Tue Oct 03, 2006 6:54 am

Gaiapacha wrote:The fiber disease constitutes an infection with a genetically modified
quorum sensing stem cell related micro organism.

Basically the organism represents a cyano bacterium that knows a stage as a giant cell and as a mold.

Diversification resulting in morphologically different acting micro organisms takes place by shaft, giant cell but also by fission.

Hence a coccidiod cyano bacterium like(single, diploid and chain forming)micro organism that lives on the skin and in wounds is the mayor responsible agent.

No association is made by micro biologist or histopathologist in connection to this pathogen.


Nota bene,

Intermediate stages resemble a (quorum sensing) transparant gel
that constitutes a protoplasm. This makes detection of the agent in biopsy impossible during standard clinical research.

Single cell micro organisms function on a multi cellular level,
communication between species of the same kind as well as different kind is possible.

The micro organism has been fused with a mayor parasitic protozoa, a butterfly(lepidoptera) and a mammal specie.

Multi lineage differentiation is fact.

The fibers constitute protein.
Specks are chitin like polymers.

Fibers represent cell that are most connected to sensing parts like antennea, tongue, feet and wing.

The colors of the fibers are connected to the colored wing pattern of lepidoptera. Actually they constitute variants with a semi parasitic nature.
Keratin erosion is evident.

The breeding ground for the organism in skin is almost exclusively the follicle(stem cell per definition)

The phenomenon is directly linked to proteome and genome research and it concerns commensal bacteria without the status of known pathogen, but some members of the tree are known as nosocomial (like the pseudomona)

Infection resembles most protothecosis.

Amphoteracine B and amikacine will be the most logic choice for therapy but no protocol exist for this type condition.
Sulfa Methoxazole/ Trimethoprim and Tetracycline and derivatives are suppressive but not curative.
Also azoles like itraconazole, econazole, micanozole are effective.

Infection may directly or indirectly relate to IBS, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, therapy resistant skin lesions, onycholisis, neurogenic bladder and chorioretinitis.


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Postby London » Tue Oct 03, 2006 4:08 pm

Thanks Lady Sabrina, I remember the day that was posted- nearly a year now, eh?
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Look what our Science Foundation is dabbling in nowl.......besides the FIBR PROJECTS>>>duh!

The Photonic TeraStream - A Prototype Photonic-Empowered Application
The prototype Photonic TeraStream demonstration application at iGRID2002 was developed by iCAIR to illustrate the capabilities and technologies required by next generation large-scale global applications, e.g., high performance data streaming for e-Science High Performance Data Streaming (e.g., Computational Genomics, APS experimentation, medical imaging, etc), global enterprise applications, new types of composite applications. Such new applications could include "Global Services-on-Demand." For example, iCAIR, in partnership with the Materials Sciences Research Center at Northwestern University is developing an International Virtual Institute for Materials Science, which is being funded by the National Science Foundation.

The IVI requires a global capability for a type of high performance application that instantaneously discovers, gathers, integrates, and presents for a global audience information technology resources from throughout the world - including those comprised of multiple data types.

These resources include large-scale data streams from experimental repositories at remote locations, scientific visualizations and digital media, and computational processes. Consequently, the Photonic TeraStream application at iGRID2002 is a "composite application" - integrating several component applications. The Photonic TeraStream demonstrates the potential for creating global applications that do not have to be compromised because of the data communication infrastructure restrictions. Photonic TeraStream is a composite demonstration application linking, high performance data transfer (based on Grid FTP), digital media streaming (270 Mbps encoding), high performance remote data access methods (based on iSCSI), and dynamic provisioning. The Photonic TeraStream is supported by an innovative architectural method that envisions a) closer integration between applications and advanced networks and b) liberating applications from multiple restrictions inherent in today's communication infrastructure. Key technologies that comprise the demonstration are a) intelligent application signaling, b) dynamic lambda provisioning on the OMNInet testbed, c) extensions to lightpaths through dynamically provisioned L2 and L3 configurations, in part, to allow for access to multiple types of edge resources. The iCAIR iGRID2002 demonstration shows how such applications can use intelligent signaling to provision their own lightpaths to optimize network based resource discovery and performance, for example, to enable access to and dynamic interaction with very large amounts of distributed data. Lightwave-based applications supported by dynamic lambda-switching provide for significantly more powerful capabilities than those based on today's communication infrastructure.

Many of the technologies related to the Photonic-Empowered Application demonstrations at iGRID2002 have been developed on OMNInet, a metro area photonic networking testbed in Chicago. OMNInet has been established, in part, to create a reference model for next generation optical metro networks (http://www.icair.org/omninet). At iGRID2002, this testbed is being extended to Amsterdam through StarLight and NetherLight in order to demonstrate that Photonic Enabled Applications are possible not only on next generation optical metro area networks (such as OMNInet), but can also be extended to global networks, e.g., through StarLight and NetherLight, as a basis for the global lambda Grid. StarLight is a next-generation global optical networking exchange facility in Chicago (http://www.startap.net/starlight), and NetherLight is a trans-Atlantic high performance link connecting StarLight to SURFnet in Amsterdam. NetherLight is a facility devoted to research, that is, experimental, not production, networking. (Ref: Photonic TeraStream Diagram). The foundation infrastructure for these next-generation applications consists of advanced optical networks which are currently emerging as experimental networks that are by design not production networks. They are leading-edge, innovative networks designed as a means to create a wide range of advanced networking technology. (Photonic TeraStream Collaborators: Joe Mambretti, Jeremy Weinberger, Jim Chen, Elizabeth Bacon, Fei Yeh, David Lillethun, iCAIR (http://www.icair.org), NU, USA, Cees de Laat, Leon Gommans, Bas v.Oudenaarde, Bert Andree, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (http://www.uva.nl). Robert Chang, Materials Sciences Research Center, NU USA, Jason Leigh, Oliver Yu, Electronic Visualization Laboratory, Bob Grossman, National Center for Data Mining, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, Cees de Laat, Leon Gommans, Bas v. Oudenaarde, Bert Andree,University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Linda Winkler, Bill Nickless, Caren Litvanyi, Argonne National Laboratory

Acknowledgements: Hal Edwards, Paul Daspit (Nortel, http://www.nortel.com), Teresa Elliott, Rachel Alarcon (SBC/Ameritech, http://www.sbc.com), National Science Foundation (http://www.nsf.gov, #ANI-0123399 et al)

Also, a number of the research projects noted here are being supported by the National Science Foundation, including those related to the Intelligent Application Signaling project, established as a joint research partnership with the Electronic Visualization Laboratory of the University of Illinois, described in one of the final sections of this iGRID2002 overview.
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Postby Skytroll » Tue Oct 03, 2006 6:03 pm

London,

I think we ought to go to this conference. Wow exciting people there.

http://www.calit2.net/events/popup.php?id=839

or this one:

this is what is coming next Artificial/Human construct.

http://www.calit2.net/events/popup.php?id=865

Heck, we are still trying to figure out the prokaryote to eukaryote construct. Single cell to multi cell transfer and operons.

One thing TT says, the fiber is a protein, made of polymer, which could artificially be produced with promoter genes, and transferon vectors, on one of our receptor proteins.

One link you provided said peptides have chain and the needed to be connected. So by some clicking method the connection is produced. Also, a way by dipeptide can destroy proteins. Now, could this fiber we see be the natural proteins leaving our bodies being replaced by the dipeptide? Will dig some more on that one. I am intrigued by this because this is the new line of drugs that are going to be on the market, which means through drugs a new DNA alteration will take place, and this would be unseen and yet all medical folks would know the ingredients of such drugs. The public would never know, would they? Pretty slick for an old butterfly. The slide right into artificial life/ human
would be so darn easy, wouldn't it?

You see we are stuck on the biologicial environmental onslaught most likely by the bucky ball fullerene technique, which could substitute anything in the overhead control of our blue skies and control of every organism on earth. Quite an endeavor. Spraying like heck here again. Wonder what we get this time? Bioshield, oops Bioweapon number 20?

Sabrina,
thanks for posting that again, I read it through again with new eyes and I see some clarity there.
It is hard because this construct that we are trying to figure out is and has already been done, so we are trying to look for something in the past, and many papers are burned on those, as the plot unfolds from the devious minds of those who think the human body cannot live in it's natural state.

For one thing the quorem sensing, the signalling, the shaft(thallus - plant -like stem), eat your broccoli, chorella, cauliflour, corn, rye, rice, spinach,.........any which way but what is natural.

What a scam, "I see the clouds on both sides now"

Next, is the artificial, for nature will be a thing of the past. I think I will start taking pictures now just to preserve what we had and are losing.

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Postby Skytroll » Tue Oct 03, 2006 7:01 pm

Artificial and does not burn, is now replacing asbestos. Wonder if it has just as much effect on the human body?

Activated novoloid carbon fiber.

"ASBESTOS REPLACEMENT
Because of their infusibility, excellent chemical and flame resistance, low evolution of smoke and toxic gases, and low specific gravity KynolTM novoloid fibers are used, either alone or in combination with other materials, to replace asbestos in many applications. For example, heavy woven KynolTM fabrics, often reinforced with glass filaments and coated with aluminum or FR rubber, are used in place of asbestos textiles in areas requiring resistance to flame and molten metal splash; these KynolTM materials are much lighter and easier to manipulate than the conventional asbestos materials providing equivalent levels of protection.
In a number of areas where there is strong incentive for the replacement of asbestos it has become apparent that there is no one fiber which can fill all of the roles hitherto performed by asbestos, and that a combination of materials will provide the best solution. In such cases the high compatibility of KynolTM fibers with resins and elastomers and their ability to cross-link chemically with such materials (see the following
section) result in their inclusion in the asbestos-replacement mix. For instance, in high-temperature gaskets and in friction materials such as brakes and clutch facings, glass, aramid, or metallic fibers provide the required tensile strength while KynolTM novoloid fibers contribute increased dimensional and thermal stability by crosslinking with the basic matrix material.
Typical Applications

Protective curtains for flame and radiant heat
Protective curtains for metal splash
Flame resistant ventilation ducts for tunnel and dam construction
Gaskets and braided packings
Brake linings, wet and dry clutch facings



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In such composite applications KynolTM fibers generally display easy and uniform dispersion and excellent fiber-to-matrix wetting and adhesion. Moreover the novoloid molecular structure includes a significant number of methylol (-CH2OH) groups (see sketch) which are available for cross-linking with reactive sites in the matrix material. This ability of the fibers to react chemically with such materials as phenolic and epoxy resins and high-performance synthetic rubbers frequently leads to remarkable synergistic improvements in the high-temperature performance and stability of composite materials - improvements which would not be expected solely on the basis of the properties of the fiber and matrix viewed separately.


THERMOPLASTIC RESINS

Addition of small amounts of KynolTM fiber to polypropylene has been demonstrated to produce improvements in heat resistance and reduction in specific gravity; results are even more interesting when the chemistry of the thermoplastic matrix provides the opportunity for cross-linking as described above. Thus addition of KynolTM fibers to PVC raises the melting point of the resin and with a fiber contents of about 15 wt% the material becomes non-melting. Similar results are seen with polyamides (nylon). Potential applications include printed circuit boards and electrical panels. In combination with polyester resins KynolTM fibers provide lightweight, readily machinable composites with excellent cold resistance for water piping and similar applications. KynolTM paper surface mats and veils, applied in combination with polyester and other resins, are used to create long-lasting tank linings for use with such highly corrosive materials as hydrofluoric acid.

THERMOSETTING RESINS

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ELASTOMERS

KynolTM novoloid fibers are excellent candidates for improving the high-temperature performance of such elastomers as chlorinated polyethylene (CPE); ethylene-propylene, acrylic, and nitrile rubbers; chlorosulfonated polyethylene; and polytetra-fluoroethylene (PTFE). High ratios of uniform rubber incorporation, better than 50 wt% if required, are obtained with conventional rubber-processing equipment due to the high compatibility of the fiber with these materials.

The cross-linking reaction described earlier plays an important part in the upgrading of high-temperature performance of elastomers. As an example, CPE is a difficult material to reinforce because the HCl released on curing attacks most fibers. KynolTM fibers are not only unaffected by HCl; the acid actually serves to catalyze the cross-linking reaction. In fact the fiber itself may be used as the sole curing agent for pure (unformulated) CPE, yielding a composite product with good hardness, dimensional stability, and resistance to heat, flame, and chemical attack. (Because of the relatively low resistance of KynolTM fibers to sulfuric acid, sulfur-based curing systems should be avoided in favor of peroxide-based cures.)

Applications for novoloid-filled elastomers include cushion boards and rollers; chemical, solvent, and fuel hoses; ducts, gaskets, and packings; and the coating or saturation of novoloid fabrics for use in ducts and hoses and as protective sheets and drop cloths.


CERAMICS

Addition of small amounts of KynolTM fibers to unfired ceramics serves to stabilize the material during firing and increases the strength and integrity of the final product. Applications include daubable furnace linings and fire bricks. The fiber is also used in clay-based sprayable fire-protective coatings for electrical cables: in the event of a fire, the fiber maintains the integrity of the coating until the temperature becomes high enough for the material to ceramicize.
OTHER INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
Low-temperature insulation for liquefied natural gas (LNG)
Sound absorption
Separators for batteries and fuel cells
Reinforcement and spinning aids for inorganic fibers
Joint covers for gas mains
http://www.kynol.com/NewFiles/kynol%20frameset.html

more........

Typical Applications

Bandages for malodorous wounds
Dialysis filters
Air purification filters
Liquid purification filters
Radiation-proof filters
Ozone eliminators for electrostatic copiers
Masks for odor and noxious gases
Chemical protective apparel
Cigarette filters
Sanitary napkins
Electrical and electronic products

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