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Postby London » Thu Nov 16, 2006 9:54 pm

Hi guys, I'MMMMMMMM Back! (NOt, don't worry)

I have not read any post but sure do miss you all. I just came to see if TamTam had answered me.


I found some stuff. A whole lot of stuff. Even your infamous C3. I do not want to cause anyone any trouble. You have been giving us hints for over a year now. You seem to want us to find it, do you not? Please advise here, b/c again, I don't want to cause trouble.

Also Tam Tam, Did you move to New York by any chance? Live by a river or something? Just curious. Here is what I really want to know...

Peptide mapping of fat cell membrane substrates.......can you help me out and answer my questions? If not here than by PM?

I would really appreciate it. I remember you saying it was the doxycyclene making us gain wait. That ain't happening. I know that it (this fungus that I found) has a pivitol role in ones lipid intake. I don't understand it and do not pretend to. I would like your expertise here too!

Once again, I'm not here to cause problems and yes I can shut the hell up but tell that what we should do??? I honestly am confused....we get hints and that to me sounds like someone hopes that we find I will take whomever's advice is out there......if you don't feel you should post it, then by all means, PM me.

Thank you for answering......and oh hell yes, it is in our homes!

oh, I forgot.....Look, does anyone know about the Church of Scientology?

I don't and was wondering on their recruitment techniques. Like, I personally do not want to have anything to do with them but it seems like they are damn adament (sp?) on this.....why,. wazup w/ this.

If I were in some cult I would not want anyone to join if it was against their wishes.....Just curious here and thanks to anyone that can answer
me on this one.....

Smoking man was right too.....Jet fuels.......and......people heed this know how I kept thinking this would turn into aids but all test are negative? Well, as sad as this is, this is why:


NOW, Can someone advise here: I read the other day that taking Spirulina would help counteract this neural aids but when I did more research on spirulina I found out that it is indeed CYANOBACTERIA!!! YIKES! SO YES GOOD OR NO BAD???? PLEASE ADVISE HERE
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Postby London » Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:59 pm

okay, just checking back in to see if the mystery man was around.....

In the meantime, I wanted to share this:

I think (again, that was think) this could be contributing to our disease and weight gane??

Identification of Escherichia coli O157:H7-strains from pigs with postweaning diarrhoea and amplification of their virulence marker genes by PCR
J Osek
Department of Microbiology, National Veterinary Research Institute, Pulawy, Poland.
Escherichia coli isolated from pigs with postweaning diarrhoea were examined by PCR for the presence of the O157 rfb gene responsible for the biosynthesis of E coli O157 lipopolysaccharide. Among the 372 isolates tested, 38 (10.2 per cent) were of the O157 serogroup, but none of these possessed the H7 determinant. Further analysis of the E coli O157 isolates revealed that seven of them had the genes responsible for the production of Shiga toxin 1 and eaeA intimin, four other strains had genes responsible for the production of Shiga toxin 2, and four other strains were positive for the enterohaemolysin gene

the following go with the above. The first link helps explain Liposaccharides.

and I don't understand all of this but here you go: ... t=Citation

okay, guess I'm thru here.,....oh, just for the record.....there are those that said the wasp was nothing and maybe (i doubt it thought b/c their venom is horrible on the gm crops) just maybe you are right, so I wanted to post this so you can be the judge:

A Minute Wasp to Tackle a Big Job: Control of
Silverleaf Whitefly

The Australian Government Departments of Environment
and Heritage, and Agriculture, Fisheries
and Forestry have granted permission for the release
of a tiny parasitic wasp in Australia. After extensive
testing in quarantine in Brisbane, Eretmocerus
hayati will be released in southeast Queensland to
control silverleaf whitefly (SLW), Bemisia tabaci Biotype
B. It will be the battle of the midgets.
SLW is a small (around 1 mm long), white, sucking
insect related to aphids. It can be distinguished from
other closely related whitefly by the tent-like way it
holds its wings. Females produce between 50 and 300
eggs, depending on the host plant, and these are laid
on the underside of leaves. A generation lasts
between two and three weeks and there are four
juvenile stages (three nymphs and a pupa from
which the adult emerges). Only the first instar is
mobile but it moves only a short distance from its
egg. Therefore, older instars tend to occur on older
leaves with eggs on new leaves. A crop under attack
can host billions of whitefly.
Eretmocerus hayati is a tiny parasitic wasp, less than
1mm long. The female lays her eggs under a SLW
nymph. The wasp larva, when it hatches, bores into
the nymph slowly developing along with the
whitefly. Once the whitefly enters the final development
stage the parasite kills the whitefly and
completes its development and the adult finally
emerges through a hole it chews in the surface of the
Despite its size, SLW is considered one of the major
global pests of vegetables, cotton and ornamental
production. It is found across Europe, Asia, Africa,
the Americas and several Pacific Countries and is
known to attack more than 600 plant species. It
arrived unnoticed in Australia in 1994, probably
from the USA, and carried with it resistance to many
SLW liked it in Australia, spread quickly and is now
causing severe problems in Queensland, northern
New South Wales (NSW) and parts of Western Australia.
It is a major problem for vegetable and
soyabean producers in most parts of Queensland and
for cotton growers in the state’s Central Highlands
where it threatens the viability of cotton production.
The large quantities of honeydew produced cause
‘sticky cotton’ which can bring a cotton gin to a standstill.
Sooty mould, which grows on honeydew,
necessitates the costly washing of produce and fouls
cotton. The pest is still spreading with a recent outbreaks
occurring in the Carnarvon area of Western
Australia and the Darling Downs of Queensland.

Dear Skytoll, remeber when we looked at retrotranspoons? Try this: Silencing them then reactivating them!!! Twisted they are....could not care less about us/////and some of us are getting real tired of them and the cereals they sell us!
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Postby Skytroll » Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:47 am


Australia is the testing zone and field study area of many terra forming folks, and chimeras. So, of course they would release the wasp too.
Well, what did they expect. No true studies were done before releasing them. Australia and New Zeeland both have some nasty algae blooming going on.

Now, add to that releases from bioweapon sources and retrotransposons.

Just who is the enemy and who is the ally here? mmmmmmmmm

Good to hear from you.

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:59 am

with dual use in mind... . .

a bioabsorbable polymeric foam component having pores with an open cell pore structure;
a reinforcing component formed of a biocompatible, mesh-containing material, wherein the foam component is integrated with the reinforcing component such that the pores of the foam component penetrate the mesh of the reinforcing component and interlock with the reinforcing component; and
at least one biological component in association with the implant, wherein the biological component is a growth factor or a source of growth factors.
2. The implant of claim 1, wherein the biological component is contained within pores of the foam component.
3. The implant of claim 1, wherein the source of growth factors includes platelets.
4. The implant of claim 1, wherein the biological component further includes an activator of platelets.
5. The implant of claim 4, wherein the activator of platelets is selected from the group consisting of thrombin, adenosine di-phosphate (ADP), collagen, epinephrine, arachidonic acid, ristocetin, and combinations thereof.
6. The implant of claim 1, wherein the growth factor is selected from the group consisting of a transforming growth factor-β, bone morphogenic protein, cartilage derived morphogenic protein, growth differentiation factor, fibroblast growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor, vascular endothelial cell-derived growth factor, epidermal growth factor, insulin-like growth factor, hepatocyte growth factor, and fragments and combinations thereof.
7. The implant of claim 1, wherein the growth factor is autologous.
8. The implant of claim 3, wherein the platelets are delivered to the implant with a material selected from the group consisting of plasma and fibrinogen.
9. The implant of claim 3, wherein the platelets are delivered in the form of a platelet rich plasma clot.
10. The implant of claim 3 wherein the platelets are delivered in a biological or synthetic hydrogel selected from the group consisting of alginate, cross-linked alginate, hyaluronic acid, collagen gel, fibrin glue, fibrin clot, poly(N-isopropylacrylamide), agarose, chitin, chitosan, cellulose, polysaccharides, poly(oxyalkylene), a copolymer of poly(ethylene oxide)-poly(propylene oxide), poly(vinyl alcohol), polyacrylate, platelet poor plasma (PPP) clot, laminin, solubilized basement membrane, and combinations thereof.

Self-assembled block copolypeptide amphiphiles Biosynthetic regulation of phytochelatins, heavy metal-binding peptides.
Phytochelatins (PCs) are heavy metal-binding peptides that play important roles in the detoxification of toxic heavy metals and the regulation of intracellular concentrations of essential metals in eukaryotes, including higher plants, fungi, and microalgae. Recently, PC synthase genes in higher plants and fission yeast have been identified and characterized, enabling molecular biological studies to unravel the mechanisms underlying PC synthesis. Moreover, recent routine database searches have unexpectedly identified genes that are similar to plant PC synthase genes in the genomes of worms and some prokaryotes. In this review, we introduce these recent advances in our understanding of the molecular mechanisms for PC biosynthesis and functions in order to supply basic information about the unique and attractive peptides applicable to various fields.

im peepin this now....

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Nov 17, 2006 1:11 am

in the name of the evervanishing page.... . . .

Bioinformatic analysis of the genomes of the cyanobacteria Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 and Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942 for the presence of peroxiredoxins and their transcript regulation under stress
Auteur(s) / Author(s)
STORK Tina (1) ; MICHEL Klaus-Peter (2) ; PISTORIUS Elfriede K. (2) ; DIETZ Karl-Josef (1) ;
Affiliation(s) du ou des auteurs / Author(s) Affiliation(s)
(1) Biochemistry and Physiology of Plants, Faculty of Biology, University of Bielefeld, Universitätsstrasse 25, 3615 Bielefeld, ALLEMAGNE
(2) Molecular Cell Physiology, Faculty of Biology, University of Bielefeld, Universitätsstrasse 25, 33615 Bielefeld, ALLEMAGNE
Résumé / Abstract
The genomes of the cyanobacteria Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 and Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942 encode five and six open reading frames (ORFs), respectively, with similarity to peroxide-detoxifying peroxiredoxins (Prx). In addition to one highly conserved gene each for 2-Cys Prx and 1-Cys Prx, the Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 genome contains one Typell Prx and two PrxQ-like ORFs, while Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942 has four PrxQ-like ORFs. The transcript regulation of all these bioinformatically identified genes was analysed under selected stress conditions, i.e. light limitation and light stress, hydrogen peroxide, methylviologen, salinity, as well as nitrogen-and iron-deficiency. The results on specific time- and stress-dependent regulation of transcript amounts suggest conserved as well as variable functions of these putative Prx-s in antioxidant defence. The results are discussed in the context of evolution and physiological function, particularly in relation to photosynthesis.
Revue / Journal Title
Journal of experimental botany (J. exp. bot.) ISSN 0022-0957 CODEN JEBOA6

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Postby Marcos » Fri Nov 17, 2006 2:29 am

London to become a member of the International Association of Scientologists (IAS), you have to apply. Who is trying to recruit you?
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Nov 17, 2006 5:45 am

It had been known from previous work that the motor protein myosin would synthesise ATP spontaneously from ADP and phosphate. However, this ATP remained irreversibly bound to the protein unless an external force was applied (3,6). They then surmised that if ATP-synthase could be rotated manually, the ATP that was generated spontaneously, from ADP and inorganic phosphate, might then be released. Itoh and colleagues took the ‘axle’ and the F1 subunit, link the axle to a magnetic bead and the F1 head to a surface via histidine tags. Using an externally applied magnetic field the bead was rotated, dragging the g-subunit with it. In a medium enriched in ADP and inorganic phosphate, ATP synthesis was detected through luciferase activity. For every rotation through 120o, at a frequency of 3Hz, 5 molecules of ATP were synthesised – roughly half of the expected 9 ATP molecules observed in vitro (5). (By contrast, the reverse ATP-hydrolysis reaction drove the bead at a maximum rotation frequency of 130Hz when it was allowed to turn freely in the presence of excess ATP.) The authors attribute the slightly reduced rate of ATP-synthesis to the slow 3Hz rotation that would allow near-equilibrium conditions to operate throughout ATP-synthesis (1).

Through comparisons with myosin and other molecular motors the mechanism of ATP-synthesis appears as follows. In one of the three F1 subunits, molecules of phosphate and ADP bind. Coupled rotation of the F0 and g-subunits alters the shape of the ADP/phosphate-binding pocket forcing the condensation reaction to occur. Normally the product ATP molecule would remain bound. However, further rotation of the g-subunit, driven by proton translocation, forces the expulsion of the ATP-product molecule through further conformational change. As this happens in one F1 subunit, synthesis of ATP is occurring at differing stages in the two other subunits. For every 120o turn one molecule of ATP is made; 3 for every 360o full turn.

Although the authors are still working on improving their experimental set-up, this is the first demonstration of mechanically driven ATP-synthesis. It is also an elegant reminder that however fancy we may think our technology is, you can bet nature got there first. ... .asp?id=59

Trichothecenes are toxic for actively dividing cells, such as the intestinal crypt epithelium and the haematopoietic cells. The cytotoxicity has been associated with either impairment of protein synthesis by the binding of the compounds to the ribosomes of eukaryotic cells, or the dysfunction of cellular membranes. Inhibition of protein synthesis has been associated with the induction of labile and regulatoryproteins, such as IL-2 in immunocytes. Transport of small moleculesis impaired in cell membranes by extremely low concentrations of trichothecenes.
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Postby London » Fri Nov 17, 2006 5:54 am


Not for sure it is that organization, it may be another one that starts w/ the letter R., in any case I want no part. It is prob just the gov, trying to scare or use a blame game method....what's new here? Sorry, I lost my respect a helluva long time ago. Thank you Marcos, I do so appreciate the info there. Would they want someone that has no desire to be there?

I just learned thru wikipedia that they believe in supernatural powers.....that ain't happening. I mean of course it is in their minds.....anyway, even if it was true, I want no part. Marcos, to answer the question more precisely, I get all these weird names on my caller id of phone line.....of course, I googlle the hell out of them////,most come back saying church of scientology//// this is why I ask.

oh yeah, here's something else strange....besides being followed by a white at & t truck......(by the way, i just call the co. and report reckless driving on that truck no...) but a prof called from SMU named D pearson.
What the hell do they want with me? anyway, after some brief searching, every thing/paper they wrote all had Bell Labs behind the paper. Now what is up? As long as they keep following me, the more I write. The madder I get. Starting to be fun though....even have it on film.
Then, after I get by this at& t truck...I have to pass a white van with oklahoma plates that was stopped out in middle of 3 lane res road, slinging cable wires on spools.....As I passed it it said on the side of van:
Okalhoma Cable Recovery......i dunno, but i find that odd since this is Texas.

Thank you Marcos!


Sludge? Huh? Here's what happening in good ole Texas- poor dumb people don't even have a clue......

Superfund Actions Taken to Date: (skip to the most current action)
September 25, 1990, a legal notice was published in the Texas Register

(15 TexReg 5623-5624) describing the site, proposing the site to the state Superfund registry, and announcing that a public meeting to receive citizen comments would be held at the Community Center in Somerset on October 31, 1990.
April 1, 1992, remedial investigation under way.
September 1, 1993, effective date of the creation of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission from the joining of the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Air Control Board and a portion of the Texas Department of Health.
October 15, 1996, remedial investigation completed for the soils and sludge.
August 15, 1997, the baseline risk assessment completed on the soils and sludge.
October 15, 1997, remedial investigation completed on the groundwater.
October 15, 1998, the baseline risk assessment was completed on the groundwater.
June 15, 1999, a field investigation was conducted to accurately estimate the volume of contaminated soils and sludge.
October 15, 2000, a feasibility study for the stabilization of the sludge on site was completed.
September 28, 2001, TNRCC issued a work order for additional remedial investigation activities to determine the extent of soil and groundwater contamination.
October 22, 2001, TNRCC issued a work order for an on-site pilot-scale stabilization study using varying proportions of a mixture of the waste sludge in two impoundments with on-site soil and cement.
October 26, 2001, Roy F. Weston technicians completed collection of soil and groundwater samples to define the extent of contamination in the soil and groundwater. The identified contaminated soil was to be used as an on-site source for mixing with the pond sludge and cement.
January 15, 2002, TNRCC received the report from Harding Lawson Associates on the pilot-scale treatability study on stabilization of the impoundment sludge. The data obtained from the study was to be incorporated into the remedial design.
April 4, 2002, TNRCC approved the feasibility study for the remediation of the impoundment sludge. Stabilization of the sludges and off-site disposal as nonhazardous waste was recommended as the most cost-effective method.
May 10, 2002, TNRCC resampled the groundwater monitoring wells to further investigate the groundwater contaminant plume at the site.
May 15, 2002, an updated community relations plan was prepared for the Pioneer Oil and Refining Company site. [Read the text of community relations plan in PDF. ( Help with PDF.) The PDF file does not include illustrations or copies of documents cited as references. The complete community relations plan is available as part of the official repository records at the Cortez Branch Library in San Antonio and at the TNRCC Records Management Center in Austin.]
August 2, 2002, TNRCC continued to sample the groundwater monitoring wells.
September 1, 2002, effective date of the name change from Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
November 15, 2002, another round of field investigation was completed by TCEQ's contractor. The monitor wells were also sampled again.
January 28, 2003, TCEQ's contractor initiated a pump test of the groundwater to determine aquifer characteristics. The information was to be used in the feasibility study of groundwater treatment remedies.
March 2003, a geophysical survey of the site was completed. TCEQ issued a work order to the contractor to amend the feasibility study.
April 2003, TCEQ issued a work order to the consultant to install three monitor wells at the site. Another round of groundwater sampling was conducted.
May 2003, the three deep monitor wells were installed and another round of groundwater samples was collected.
June 2003, soil samples were collected and analyzed to delineate benzene contamination in the soil. Groundwater samples were collected and analyzed to calculate a cleanup level for total petroleum hydrocarbons. The volume of the contaminated soil was also calculated to amend the feasibility study.
July 2003, quarterly sampling of the site's monitoring wells was performed. Natural attenuation parameters of the groundwater were also analyzed from selected monitor wells.
January 2004, TCEQ issued a work order for the contractor to conduct the first phase of a Tier 2 site limited ecological risk assessment and provide a report.
February 2004, the site limited ecological risk assessment report was received and a work order was issued for a second phase Tier 2 report.
July-August 2004, TCEQ's contractor sampled the groundwater monitoring wells.
November 2004, the screening level ecological risk assessment was reviewed and approved.
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Postby RANDY » Fri Nov 17, 2006 7:17 am

This is how BS gets more than you need to know..first of all I dated a black guy for a few sons best friend throughout his entire childhood was is and always will be black, his mom was is and always will be one of my best friends in the world, I married a guy from Portugal, I own a translation agency that deals with languages of India and Africa inclusive of Amharic and none of my employees thing I am the least bit racists, I just finished a relationship with an Arab for the last five years although I am Jewish and I was an "aunt" at my best friends daughter Consenera..or whatever it is called when you are 15 year old...So again WRONG!

As wrong as you have been all just keeps getting worse and worse about how wrong you are.

So keep being wrong about me. IF it makes you ahppey. I just hate assholes and peole that lie and fill the site with disinforamtion and stadn int he way of people actually doing good things.

Those I am prej against....not color, race, age, just assholes and people that lie.

During the End Times, Good will battle Evil. Where do you stand?
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Postby RANDY » Fri Nov 17, 2006 7:21 am

Now the rest of you being antisemetic..that is another story totally! And everyone can see this that I talk to. It is so obvious!
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Nov 17, 2006 8:58 am


abramilin the mage would be ashamed if the semite hermetisized Kabalah to protect "RAND" co. gene pool. lets not go there ...
end of the world or not ... so what if some jews programmed the masses with a format called religion with the program called christianity... it does not make them gods only mere servents of the Jinn and the Jinn are but puppets of the Mahatmas or lower order Bramans Bound to the Wheel.... .

"End How Evil you can stand During the Times Good will battle ?"

Here are the incriminating facts Mr. Mueller: The Battelle Memorial Institute administers and supplies the Dugway anthrax proving facility in Utah where the only virtually identical Ames strain of silica-impregnated hyper-weaponized anthrax was found. According to Sunday's Washington Post, "Dugway is the only facility known in recent years to have processed anthrax spores into the powdery form that is most easily inhaled. Dugway's military supply is allegedly well protected by "multiple security measures," (according to Scott Shane reporting in the Baltimore Sun, Dec. 12, 2001). BMI's security is apparently not as strict. ... eller.html
An Open Letter and Question for FBI Director, Robert Mueller


22. (Mooney, op.cit. p. 34).

23. (Ibid. p. 34)

24. (The Genetics Forum, "Genetic Weapons Threat?" The Splice of Life, Vol. 3 No. 4, February 1997.

25. (Harwood Academic Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1999)

26. ... 2C+weapons


27. (U.S. Human Genome Project Five-Year Research Goals, 1998-2003,.

28. (Mooney, op. cit. pp. 25-26).

The member companies are: AP Biotech, AstraZeneca, Aventis, Bayer, Bristol-Meyers Squib, F.Hoffman-LaRoche, Glaxo Wellcome, IBM, Motorola, Novartis, Pfizer, Searle, SmithKline Beecham, and Wellcome Trust)41. (Mahnaimi, Uzi and Colvin, Marie, "The Israelis are making a virus that will target Arabs: Israel planning 'ethnic' bomb as Saddam caves in", London Times, November 15, 1998).



44. ... q.html#Q12


46. (Press Release: NitroMed and Merck Form Strategic Collaboration, January 7, 2003,

47. (Ibid.)


49. (The Department of Energy and the Human Genome Project Fact Sheet,

51. (Ramares, Kellia, "As Bush threatens Iraq with nukes, US ramps up its own biowarfare research",

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Postby tamtam » Fri Nov 17, 2006 12:43 pm

Dr. Gould said, “because you’re modifying an organism to be resistant to antibiotics and therefore increasing its capability to be a weapon.”

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