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Postby msc » Sat Nov 25, 2006 8:45 am

to nadas from msc,

nadas are they using humans beings to make synthetic teflon silk threads.
MIT is funded by the us army nanotechnology to create s super spider
that makes tensile strength silk threads. they need microspinnerette
which are made in nano size, amino acids, crytals that had not perfected the stitching spacing of these threads. would the chemicals used in 4877805 patent page 7 and 8 be chemicals used to polymerized silk?
Mr. Keith Hilley, Garden State Pest Control, Turnersville NJ took samples
from my frieds home. he showed up at Rutgers Extension Office in Camden NJ with samples asking for them to be tested for silk worms,
the Japanese have already altered genes and crossed genes from
a silk worm and the translucent genes of a jellyfish to make the green silkworm that spins silk that glows in clothing. there is a vast need and a huge competition from pharmaceutical corp. to produce a teflon tough silk threads to make parachutes, bullet proof vests etc. do you have any knowledge if these chemicals are used to do this please help in resolving
crucial and vital matters. thank you
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Sat Nov 25, 2006 9:59 am

dear msc the avatar Nadas is under an assumption that what we are undergoing is a engineered metabolic allergic reaction designed to upregulate data to a specefic data set of Operation Cloverleaf neworked to an Expert System within the Darpa isometric radar trigonometry system...
and the transmutated cells the spin the fiber do so autonomusly as if to maintain a certain level of saturation within our environment, .... .
by saturation I mean metallic, chemical, Ionic, photonic, isotopic, and even polymeric.... the list could go much further....
propgation of this molecular soup in accord with the weather controll yields a
ultrahigh entropy plasma flux vacuum tube that we used to call our atmosphere ultimatly giving a hand full of humans the ability to know how much butter is on your toast if it is hydrogenated or not , how much sugar is in your tea and what temperature it actually is what fabrics you and I may or may not be wearing at this very moment .

anyway i may have tripped out ..... yeah.....
any how if we are aware or not the self assembling hyphee that mimmic natural mold and fungi are man made and are serving man.
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Sat Nov 25, 2006 12:07 pm

dual use
The high-resolution crystal structure of the molybdate-dependent transcriptional regulator (ModE) from Escherichia
coli: a novel combination of domain folds”, Hall DR, Gourley DG, Leonard GA, Duke EMH, Anderson LA, Boxer
DH, Hunter WN, EMBO Journal, 18 (6): 1435-1446 (1999)
http://www.diamond.ac.uk/CMSWeb/Downloa ... e_2006.pdf
negative-permittivity material (silicon carbide) sandwiched between two layers of positive-permittivity material (silicon oxide) can be used for enhancement of the resolution of near-field imaging via the superlensing effect. The resulting three-layer metamaterial is also shown to exhibit an enhanced transmission when its effective dielectric permittivity matches that of the vacuum. Experimental far-field diagnostics of the superlensing based on measuring transmission coefficients through the metal-coated superlens is implemented using Fourier-transformed infrared microscopy. Superlensing is shown to be a highly resonant phenomenon manifested in a narrow frequency range.
The origin of anomalous electron thermal turbulence from spatial gradients in magnetized plasmas is described. Laboratory experiments demonstrating key features of drift waves are reviewed. The turbulent electromagnetic fields produce an anomalous transport that scales with both the gradient parameters and microscopic plasma scale length parameters. The change from the micro-scale dominated gyro-Bohm to the macro-scale dominated Bohm scaling laws is discussed. The close correlations between the electron turbulent transport theory and the confinement properties measured in the steady state hot electron plasmas produced in tokamak devices are presented.
dual use
Development of novel bacteriochlorophyll−based drugs for photochemotherapy
recombination and repair in plants:
DNA mismatch repair and recombination between divergent sequences
Chromatin remodelling and homologous recombination
A. Scherz
Quantification of atoms, groups and molecules electronegati using metal substituted
bacteriochlorophylls and application to chemical reactivity.
Resolving the forces which drive membrane protein assembly.
The mechenism behind generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) by illuminating novel
bacteriochlorophyll derivatives and their application in photodynamic therapy (PDT)
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Department of Biological Regulation
Hadassa Degani, Head The research in the department of Biological Regulation is concentrated on molecular, cellular and physiological studies of processes that collectively control the action of cells, tissues, organs and the entire body. Extensive efforts are directed to the elucidation of the regulators and pathways of the transmission and translation of signals evoked by hormones, as well as growth and death signaling factors. These studies include: (i) characterization of interactions between growth factors, hormones and extra cellular matrix components with specific receptors; (ii) induction and mechanisms of action of programmed cell death, necrosis and cell survival; (iii) mediation of intracellular signaling via second messengers protein kinase cascades or through lipid mediators and (iv) mechanisms of angiogenesis and oncogenesis. The results of these investigations advance our basic understanding of phenomena related to reproduction as well as tumor and vascular biology. In addition, it enables us to develop useful applications that intend to improve patient management

http://www.weizmann.ac.il/acadaff/Curre ... /cures.pdf

http://www.garfield.library.upenn.edu/h ... dex-6.html

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Fibers Everywhere

Postby mfromcanada » Sat Nov 25, 2006 7:38 pm

This morning I tested samples from my bathroom fan and my heating units and both are loaded with fibers. From a distance it appears like mold. When you remove it it looks like abnormal dust, not mold. Under the microscope it looks like a ton of fibers and a few specks of dust. I have this in my eyes, my ears, my skin, my mouth, the inside of my nose, my phlegm and probably my brain. It is obviously not only in the environment but inside of us. Why do some of us get sick and not others??? I think that government officials should be notified that the environment is contaminated. I wonder how many government officials, already infected, are going to work every day and infecting their work environment and others. I would like to suggest that in order to speed things up we send all of the government officials an email with links for them to see for themselves. We could suggest that they survey their employees and do a full body visual assessment of themselves. Hopefully, if they realize that they, their families and environment are infected they will act. When people beome afraid they act. When people think it won't happen to them, they can easily ignore the problem. I am not an American, but perhaps someone could ask the president to have someone take some samples from his bathroom fan or heating ducts or air conditioner or whatever. I would not be surprised if he found out his own environment was infested. I will do what I can here in BC and Canada.
Fibers taken from bathroom fan Nov 25, 2006 Victoria BC Canadda
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Postby J Jill » Sat Nov 25, 2006 8:38 pm

Why do some of us get sick and not others??? I think that government officials should be notified that the environment is contaminated. I wonder how many government officials, already infected, are going to work every day and infecting their work environment and others.

If it is in the environment, then why would be it be an issue? (fibers are contagious?)

IOW, if it is everywhere already- everyone is already exposed.

Seems like some sort of ploy, doesn't it? Certain people are "contagious"- others, while exposed, are not.

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Postby mfromcanada » Sat Nov 25, 2006 10:51 pm

JJill, I believe tamtam said the microorganism was contagious. Perhaps the fibers are not contagious at the fiber stage but at a different stage in the cycle. Also, even though the flu is contagious not all people get the flu. Perhaps, some people are naturally immune to it. Take some dust samples from around your home, inside heat/air exchange systems and check them under the microscope. If you do not have lesions, then perhaps you could shake out your socks on a slide and have a look. Listen as you run a razor over the glass like specks. Perhaps, you need to be infected by a mosquitoe bite or some other vector via blood. "The squeaky wheel gets the grease" so the louder we yell and the more NOISE we can make on the internet or email, the better in my opinion.
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Postby J Jill » Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:03 pm

I understand your theory, mrcpvls. I just don't believe the outcome will be treatment and/or cure.

Think about it.

On another subject, re: L Mendoza- anyone recall when he and his team cured the Queen (of England's) swans?

Here is the GOOD news- if it is Rhinosporidiosis....

Fair use:

December 30 , 2002

DNA Sequencing Helps Researchers Become First to Prove Same Protozoan Affects Both Humans and Swans

History making find also discovers that swans show a spontaneous remission upon removal of cysts caused by the protozoan.

ORLANDO, Florida -- Six Florida researchers working with a Michigan State University associate professor and a medical mycologist from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia have become the first to prove that rhinosporidiosis in swans is the same protozoan affecting both humans and other animals.

Dr. Geoffrey R. Gardner, a Lakeland veterinarian and researcher with the The Regal SwanTM team, removed eye cysts caused by the protozoan, Rhinosporodium seeberi, from 41 infected swans at Lake Morton in Lakeland, Florida. Dr. Leonel Mendoza, an associate professor with the Medical Technology Program, in the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics from Michigan State University and Dr. Libero Ajello, a medical mycologist in the Mycotic Diseases Branch of the Centers for Disease Control, utilized DNA sequencing analysis to determine the genetic makeup of the protozoan. DNA taken from the eye cysts of the swans was subsequently examined and tested with
DNA from cysts with rhinosporidiosis taken from humans. The DNA analysis revealed the R. seeberi in both species is the same species.

This find is historically important. Rhinosporidiosis, once thought to be caused by a fungus is now proven to be a protozoan. This organism is found in moist, warm environments and is most prevalent in India, Sri Lanka and southeast Asia, although cases have occurred in Africa, Central and South America, Europe and
the United States. This protozoan has never been cultured and its natural habitat remained unknown.

Rhinosporidium seeberi is a natural occurring microorganism that infects the mucus surfaces of humans and animals who come into contact with it. Rhinosporidiosis is a byproduct of the microorganism. It’s a non-contagious chronic infection that usually manifests itself in the form of slow-growing-tumor-like masses that affect the nasal passages or the eyes. Currently, surgical removal is the only available treatment.

However, this study showed that by surgically removing the cysts, the swans showed a spontaneous remission (no noted reoccurrence of the parasite). More testing is expected to be conducted by the doctors and The Regal SwanTM researchers to find more information on this elusive parasite.

The DNA testing was conducted in conjunction with a three-year study by The Regal SwanTM for a vaccine for botulism in swans. The group recently found that Pfizer’s Ultrabac® CD is highly successful in combatting the deadly Clostridia bacterial toxin.

Researchers for The Regal SwanTM include: Geoffrey R. Gardner, D.V.M., Lakeland Veterinary Hospital, Lakeland, Florida; W. Brown, D.V.M., Central Florida relief veterinarian, Orlando, Florida; Fanchon F. Funk, Ed.D., associate professor, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida; Sheila A. Bolin, M.S., swan keeper, Orange Lake Resort & Country Club, Orlando, Florida; Rebecca Webb Wilson, J.D., professional photographer and lifetime trustee of the Memphis Zoological Society, Memphis, Tennessee; and Shirley A. Bolin, A.G.S., head photographer and staff writer, Orange Lake Resort & Country Club, Orlando, Florida.

In addition to working with Drs. Mendoza and Ajello, The Regal SwanTM researchers have also been working closely with Her Majesty’s Royal Swan Warden, Dr. Christopher Perrins, director of the Earl Grey Institute of Ornithology, Oxford University, London, England; and Her Majesty’s Swan Marker, David Barber, London, England, during the three-year study conducted at Lake Morton, in Lakeland, Florida and Orange Lake Resort & Country Club, in Orlando, Florida.

For more information on The Regal SwanTM, please go to: http://www.theroyalwindsorwebsite.com

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Postby ukguy » Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:49 pm

Hi all

Hey, I tried Retin-A in the 90's...ok I was vain...someone sent a load
to my mother from the USA. Food for thought but I still haven't got my
head around this yet. After reading up on Kligman, nothing would
surprise me....he's one sick puppy and still working, enjoying
considerable respect from his peers. It's a mad, mad world.

Interesting interview with Kligman...



Postby RANDY » Sun Nov 26, 2006 12:29 am

People who get this
A+, B+ AB+ 0+ 0-

People that do not get this

A-, B-, AB-
During the End Times, Good will battle Evil. Where do you stand?
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Postby ukguy » Sun Nov 26, 2006 1:04 am

Hi Randy

Slightly cryptic perhaps but we're talking blood types and not
your grading system for those participating? :)


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Postby London » Sun Nov 26, 2006 1:05 am


Told ya! They have it in our central air and heat as well. I dunno what the gases which are toxic are......also computer puts out toxic fumes; especially the printer. I'm thinking...... Cobalt, gallium arsenide, radon, carobon monoxide, benzo____?..........

See, that stuff you showed in the photo looked like snow. Same stuff that gets around the air conditioning tubing when it's low on freon. Even some cars are having problems b/c of the crappy motor......dunno if we traded to get these defects or if the gimp just put a cirucuit/switch-whatever to make it go awry.

I'm thinking we got sometype of wheat fungus. Check it out for yourself.
They have transgenic wheat now. Also it is severly infected. Again, they
are giving the wheat we eat the meds we take for fungal infections......

the Azoles......mibacantrazole?????>>>>all the azoles. That, coupled with the pesticides, then throw in the gax toxins. They can come into your home and they can do all this crap remotely.

They know when and when not you're home. You know why?


________If I were you; Id keep cutting things- your walls, ceilings, empty sockets to find their video wires. Also if you have a fireplace; close it and put a cover over the top.


JJill, how come do the women swell more than the men?

Do you think people can just have the fibers without having the systemic infection?

Randy, THANK YOU!! :)

Here's something on Ecoli. :

Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC) produces Shiga toxin (Stx) and causes renal disease in humans. Dutch Belted (DB) rabbits naturally infected with EHEC O153 develop hemolytic-uremic syndromelike disease. The aims of this study were to experimentally reproduce O153-induced renal disease in DB rabbits and investigate bacterial and host factors involved in pathogenesis. The pathogenicity of E. coli O157:H7 was also investigated in rabbits. The stx1AB region of O153 was sequenced. By use of liquid chromatographytandem mass spectrometry, we identified homologs of the Stx receptor, globotriaosylceramide (Gb3), in rabbit kidney extracts. Infected rabbits developed clinical signs and intestinal and kidney lesions. Renal pathological changes consisted of intimal swelling, perivascular edema, erythrocyte fragmentation, capillary thickening, luminal constriction, leukocytic infiltration, mesangial deposits, and changes in Bowman's capsule and space. Sequence analysis of a 7-kb region of the O153 chromosome indicated homology to the Stx1-producing bacteriophage H19B. Our findings indicate that DB rabbits are suitable for the study of the renal manifestations of EHEC infection in humans
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Postby London » Sun Nov 26, 2006 1:22 am

Hey, Hey, Hey,

Look what I found. No, I have not read it. It's about mineral fibers/dust.......I found it when I was playing around w/ googling quartz plasma's etc.,

The Effects of MINERAL DUST

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