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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Nov 17, 2006 2:26 pm

"important early contributions were by Pascual Jordan (Jordan, 1938), who proposed that living organisms are able to amplify very weak signals, and by Schroedinger who maintained that the fact that living systems are able to preserve order and can get rid of entropy, based on their control by the highly ordered aperiodical crystal of DNA, shows that they do not evade the ordinary physical laws but at the same time follow other, hitherto unknown physical laws besides these (Schroedinger, 1944). In 1941 Albert Szent-Györgyi wrote that with the mechanistic approach in biochemistry somehow life was lost and only dead matter remained (Szent-Györgyi, 1941). "It seems that something important is missing without which no understanding is possible". He considered the missing element was electricity which had to be reintroduced into biology. The foundation of nonlinear optics by Alfred Kastler in the 1950's, the invention of masers and lasers in the 1960's, and the extension of the concepts of non-equilibricity and cooperativity from the molecular level into the domain of electromagnetics by Herbert Fröhlich (Fröhlich, 1968), including his work on coherence and Bose-condensation, finally established the theoretical bases for a modern EM theory of life that could combine molecular and field aspects.

the pioneering work of Soviet scientists on the biological effects of non-ionizing radiation, undertaken mainly in the 1960's. It made clear that the assumption that these frequencies had no influence on living systems was no longer tenable; with this the old controversy about the existence of non-thermal effects that had already occupied Tesla and d'Arsonval at the turn of the century was brought to a conclusion. Based on his review of the Russian and Western experimental work, Presman argued that environmental EM fields have played a central role in the evolution of life and also are involved in the regulation of the vital activity of organisms. He suggested that living beings behave as specialized and highly sensitive antenna systems for diverse parameters of weak fields of the order of the ambient natural fields. According to Presman, EM fields serve as mediators for the interconnection of the organism with the environment as well as for the communication between organisms, and EM fields produced by the organisms themselves are involved in the coordination and communication of physiological systems within living organisms. He also suggested that informational, as opposed to energetic, interactions play a significant, if not the main, role in EM biocommunication."

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Postby Skytroll » Fri Nov 17, 2006 6:10 pm

Add to that who has most of NIH funding, note the state, reps in that state who endorses what:

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/news/story.cfm?id=1222

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/stsa/

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/news/story.cfm?id=878

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/news/story.cfm?id=483

Like we didn't know oxygen therapy cures AIDS:
http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/news/story.cfm?id=453

Cure for Muscular Dystrophy which has affiliation to Aids gene enevelope?
http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/news/story.cfm?id=410

I didn't know Aids was related to genes? Did you?

From our infamous NIH director:


"This important study identifies genetic factors of particular groups that either mitigate or enhance one’s susceptibility to infection and disease onset. In a broader sense, it also suggests how the immune systems of individuals with different geographical ancestries might have evolved in response to microbial stresses and how these differences in the immune system might result in medical approaches to thwart HIV/AIDS or other infections that vary among groups.”





In the Threat of the Spores:

"We try to cure what we create"



"To help avert such a problem in an age when digital images and their written descriptions are quickly filling dermatologists’ computers nationwide, a team of doctors and scientists at the University of Rochester Medical Center has been chosen to lead a national effort to create a lexicon – a controlled vocabulary – that dermatologists around the world can turn to when culling medical databases, for telemedicine applications, or for simple information-sharing. The four-year, $2.1-million effort is funded by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.

The database that doctors envision is a bit like a jazzed-up electronic dictionary, with contributions and choices coming from doctors around the world. Words that appear to be jargon to the average person actually contain highly specialized information vital for treating a patient, checking a patient’s file, or scanning records for a trend. A skin condition that most people would call “a rash” is often described by a few dozen words, each of which is useful for pinpointing a different characteristic. Accuracy is crucial.

Instilling some linguistic rigor into the dermatological Tower of Babel that is now commonplace is the task assigned to Arthur Papier, M.D., assistant professor of Dermatology. Papier is coordinating the efforts of 25 people from around the world, including seven researchers in Rochester. The team plans to organize disparate terms, developing a kind of quality control system for the words doctors use to describe the skin.

“Today we take digital pictures of the patient’s skin, and we label that picture and put it in a database,” says Papier. “If we don’t have a shared vocabulary of diagnoses and their symptoms, it will be impossible to mine that database to look for patterns of disease.

“Acne, for instance, has a number of causes, including some medications that predispose the patient to skin problems. Some doctors might label the problem ‘acne,’ while others simply call it a rash caused by a drug the patient is taking, while another might label it as an adverse effect of a drug without getting into detail.”

The project will formalize about 10,000 different diagnoses of skin conditions and their synonyms, says Papier. In about three years a prototype will be available for doctors to test out, and shortly afterwards the final product will be made available to doctors around the world at no charge.

Without such a tool, Papier says that communication about skin diseases is like an aviation system without effective air-traffic control. “Imagine if, every time an airplane flew to a different country, the whole aviation system was different – not just a different language, but different types of jets, different standards for safety, separate systems of classifying the weather. It would be chaos.”

Some of the work could spin off into a project aimed directly at patients, says Papier, who is part of the University’s Center for Future Health. Having a controlled system of words to discuss skin maladies would be a key ingredient of a computerized system that could answer direct questions from ordinary people and alert them when further attention from a medical professional is warranted.

In addition to Papier, at the University of Rochester the effort includes dermatologist and Dean Emeritus Lowell Goldsmith, M.D.; Egan Allen, M.D.; Scott LaPoint, M.D.; medical librarian Jennifer Byrnes; and administrative assistant Amy Lill. Also contributing is Glen Hintz, professor of medical illustration at Rochester Institute of Technology. Nationally the effort will tap the knowledge of 12 other dermatologists and four medical informatics advisers."

WATCH FOR THIS COMING DOWN THE LINE IN THE TRUE ROCKY TRADITION.

http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/pr/news/story.cfm?id=295

It helps to look into what is coming down the line.

GENETIC SPECIFIC

GENOME another word with EPIGENETICS formerly EUGENICS

GENE CONTROL

Our skin is the first line of DEFENSE.

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Postby Nadas Moksha » Fri Nov 17, 2006 6:38 pm

Our original premise was that gene terms that occur together in the same
document with statistically significant frequency may do so because there is functional relationship between the two; this has been borne out. Obviously, the system is imperfect and many of the edges may not reflect in vivo relationships between the genes, however; the graph is a starting point for the user to investigate these relationships.
Firstly, the system to some extent extracts knowledge latent within the
retrieved information. For example, the proteins involved in the recombinosome or repairosome have been clustered. The extraction of this knowledge was not specified by the user and may not been explicitly stated in the literature. Knowledge is represented graphically by the clustering of genes with related functions and or physical interactions– nucleotide excision repair, DNA end-joining etc. Many elements are missing in the retrieved data but very few of the generated links between genes carry no semantic (high precision).

http://www.phys.sinica.edu.tw/~publicat ... f_2005.pdf

We propose a new model of minority game with so-called smart agents such that the standard deviation and the total loss in this model reach the theoretical minimum values in the limit of long time. The smart agents use trail and error method to make a choice but bring global optimization to the system, which suggests that the economic systems may have the ability to self-organize into a highly optimized state by agents who are forced to make decisions based on inductive thinking for their limited knowledge and capabilities. When other kinds of agents are also present, the experimental results and analyses show that the smart agent can gain profits from producers and are much more competent than the noise traders and conventional agents in original minority game. http://www.citebase.org/abstract?id=oai ... %2F0406326

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Postby Skytroll » Fri Nov 17, 2006 6:41 pm

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Postby London » Fri Nov 17, 2006 7:13 pm

Wow skytroll! I was just popping in and read "spot-ten-on" Nadas's post and wanted to say thanks. Great Nadas, great links.

TamTam gave you all something that I found out thru my research is indeed true....he posted it in one of his links so .....don't get mad at me whoever you are.....

This is P. aeruginosa PA14 without a doubt!

Hey, TamTam, I read what you said about not only biofilms (which is the leading ringleader in our disease) but you stating how harmful the blue/green algeas are.......if you see this will you please answer me this.....(i'm not feeling well and don;t trust my own judgement anymore)
So , the question is:

Taking spirulina tablets (which is cyanobacteria) with our illness is probably bad, yeah right?

Skytroll, if you see this will you gimme your opinion.....the reason I ask is because I read that this supplement does beneficial things to the the brain in preventing and improving dememtia.

TamTam, back to you......are we involved in some kind of fibre study? I think we are and I think it is b/c we are smokers of the transgenic horrible-arse tobacco.......please answer. And, this just can;t be only in the water....can not be! Why? Because all, every last thing in my home that is sterling silver is black! I can clean it and w/in 3 days it is black.

what else?> My new windows and frames that are still clean, even on the outside now have this yellow tinted oily film residue on them. On the inside . My neighbors smell gas leaking a lot and the fire dept. has been here 10 times w.in the last month. Now what is up?

I know for a fact someone (prob one of those "expert witnesses") has been in my home tampering w. stuff. But you see, their arses will be caught......go ahead and monitor my arse thr my tv cathode gov't people.
carry on w/ your bad self.....but gd it if you enter my home one more gd time this will be it. seems like someone even urinated in/around the microwave. Also, I will shoot as in blow the fing head off that lil fat pesky creature if you send him into my home again. My god, Mcdonalds even served one in a salad here in a suburb of dallas two weeks ago. And....guess who got it. A dallas cowboys coaches wife.....lawsuit already in action.

Look, I already said you expertise people that I can and will shut up forever. why don;t you try me . wait and see. This is what I would like.

But my opinion.....I'm a dead man walking. You think I'm gonna sit here and take more of your harassing bullshit tactics then you are demented.
Leave me alone. I follow suit. I don't have it down you say.....try me. I will be hiding in those underground tunnels////well, you know the ones.

This is my final plea.....quit the harrasment tactics. If not, I start listing. But have no fear, not gonna start listing here......for it will have a much broader audience,.

okay, gonna pop one right now......why? Just did a hang up call on my cell phone......so, of course I called back. duh.........

Today's bust is a data communications co. called:

REXEL

chicken s., scared to talk? why do you harass me? Hell, if you are doing an experimental fibre study, well hell, just ask. I will let you come take my blood pressure, the works....just don't sneak anymore. I already know the bastards are inside. so it will be a two way street. You get to see how much your lil satanic fibres have grown and I do too. I want to know. I won;t even shoot you. hah......honestly, I'm game.....

Now, I'm about to move. Your gonna have to rig a whole nother house up. This one is actually already installed with secrets.....it might even have some underground watering holes......ya never know......

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So Tam Tam, one last thing, can you expalain the importance of those places in ft., worth Texas and el paso again. what were we supposed to get from those? thanks, it is appreciated.
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Hey guilty people, maybe this will serve as a reminder . It is just some penalties in texas......

http://www.tceq.state.tx.us/comm_exec/c ... 11-15.html
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Postby London » Fri Nov 17, 2006 7:36 pm

I don't think you take me seriously......look d., arses, I called myself dead man walking.....you think about that would you?

Now it is 1:35 pm here.....I give it 25 minutes.....the harassment stops or I will start. I know you don;t care. But do you honestly think I do, HUH?

2 pm it stops are I start. You choose.
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Postby London » Fri Nov 17, 2006 9:08 pm

I love animals. dont have any but still love them. I'm sorry for what happened to theses animals in this document.

am i being punished for this? Hell, I did'nt do it. What? It looks to me like you cloned all of this crud and stuffed it in our disease.....

http://microvet.arizona.edu/AzVDL/newsl ... ne98NL.pdf
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