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Postby London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 10:46 pm

looks to me like they infected our waters with vibrio! dunno, you be the judge. Here they seem excited to use it as a form of energy.

they don't five a rats-arse about us, not but making fun of us. i hope they rot in hell.

Under optimum conditions, at least one strain of the following bacteria emit at least a feeble light

Alteromonas hanedai - only obligate aerobe emitting light; grows at 4C not at 35C
?? (Photobacterium) leiognathi - fish light organs; no growth at 4C; growth at 35C
Vibrio cholera - a few, rare strains emit faint light; growth at 40C
Vibrio fischeri - yellow-orange growth at 30C; no growth at 4C; emits light weakly
Vibrio (Photobacterium) phosphoreum - growth at 4C, no growth 35C; brightest light emiter of all bacteria; isolated from fish light organs and seawater
Vibrio (Lucibacterium) harveyi - many strains emit some light
Vibrio logei - growth at 4C; most strains emit light
Vibrio (Beneckea) natriegens - survives years at room temperature; even drying
Vibrio splendidus I - most strains emit strong light; growth at 40C
Xenorhabdus luminescens - isolated from Heterorhabditis, genus of nematodes

FOR YOU SEE, THAT WEEKEND A YR AGO, WHEN THE NSF BROUGHT THE DEMONS INTO MY HOME AND LIFE, I TOOK PHOTOS. AND THE GD THINGS DO SHOW UP IN POHOTOS. SO I KNOW WHAT MSC IS TALKING ABOUT. NOW, WONDER IF I SHOULD PUT 20 TH IN AN AD? HUH?

JUST TAKE THE BEAMS OFF OF ME, IF I HEAR MORE NOISE AT MY WINDOWS AT 3-4 IN THE MORNING OR SIRENS RACING UP AND DOWN MY STREET, THAT WILL BE IT. GO AHEAD AND GET THE GIMP TO KNOCK MY ARSE OFF. YOU WILL BE HELD SO RESPONSIBLE. EVEN MY LAWYERS AND MY DOCTORS HAVE THE NAMES OF THE PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE (IN MY OPINION) THAT LIVE AT MY COMPLEX.

AND FOR THOSE IDIOTS ACROSS THE STREET ON THE THIRD FLOOR, GOTCHA. I HAVE KNOWN FOR OVER ONE MONTH WHOSE NAME IT IS LEASED UNDER. NOW, LEAVE ME THE F. ALONE AND I WILL DO THE SAME/

TIME STARTS NOW.

WHAT'S THIS? FIBR BUNDLES,,,,,JUST FOUNDD THIS ONE
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiber_bundle
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Postby London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:28 pm

TAMTAM,

Should unite.....does writing to the NSF as a group constitue this?

Please advise here.

Also Tam Tam your video said......a squid is involved.....and I think it was cloned with the sea monkey and 3 florida sponges? Am I not on the right path here?

I think this is the squid too. It is involved in quoram sensing and it;s underside glows with the bioluminescence.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobtail_squid

here is the bioluminescent part of vibrio fischeri (sp?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vibrio_fischeri
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Postby J Jill » Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:29 pm

Interesting article, London!

I'm wondering if NTT (Remote-controlled humans, NTT) is a part of the
NTT Network- see article:

If so, then I think we are in some deep trouble. Reading the article - snippets below- you will find this company to be Global- and as the
caption reads- US Subsidiary- World's Largest Tier 1 IP Backbone Provider-

I recall one of the Hacker/Spam teams assigned to me was from that network. More on that some other day. NTT :


NTT America, Inc.
OrgID: NTTAM-1
Address: 8005 South Chester Street
Address: Suite 200
City: Centennial
StateProv: CO
PostalCode: 80112

Re: NTT

Excerpt:

U.S. Subsidiary of World’s Largest Tier1 IP Backbone Provider Enhances NeuLion Delivery of IPTV

Plainview, NY (November 13, 2006) - NeuLion Incorporated, the company driving convergence between the television and the internet, announced today the purchase of global IP access from NTT America, Inc., a wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, for iPTV service enhancement. This purchase will accelerate and extend NeuLion’s ability to deliver content for its partner companies anywhere in the world without buffering or delay leveraging NTT Communications Global IP Network.

end excerpt

http://www.streamingmedia.com/press/view.asp?id=5709


More:

About NeuLion
NeuLion Inc., founded in 2004, provides the delivery platform for the future of television by developing a service that drives convergence between television and the internet. Working with companies interested in reaching niche markets anywhere at anytime, NeuLion’s technology uses the public internet to aggregate content from any provider and delivers it in a targeted manner. http://www.neulion.com
About NTT America
NTT America is North America’s natural gateway to the Asia-Pacific, with strong capabilities in the US market. NTT America is the U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications, the global data and IP services arm of the Fortune Global 500 telecom leader: Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corporation (NTT). NTT America provides world-class Enterprise Hosting, network, and IP networking for global enterprises and service providers. For additional information on NTT America, visit us on the Web at http://www.nttamerica.com.
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Postby London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:38 pm

Thanks JJill, yours interesting too.

Will they let us out if we want out Jjill? If they don;t, they will be sorry.
all of them. I even have the whole list from neptune down to the vpplants to the red herring list of companies/ have the perspectus in front of me.

I don't want trouble, don';t even want to bust them. Just want out. I want the noise that is making me go deaf turned off and I want the beams to stop. They even beam me while lying in bed at 3 in the morning. They use the windows to transfer the beams.

If this does not stop now, I will spill the beans, right down to the medicines they make with it. Please gimme your opinion.
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Postby London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 11:52 pm

Non-thermal activation of the hsp27/p38MAPK stress pathway by mobile phone radiation in human endothelial cells: Molecular mechanism for cancer- and blood-brain barrier-related effects

Abstract We have examined whether non-thermal exposures of cultures of the human endothelial cell line EA.hy926 to 900 MHz GSM mobile phone microwave radiation could activate stress response. Results obtained demonstrate that 1-hour non-thermal exposure of EA.hy926 cells changes the phosphorylation status of numerous, yet largely unidentified, proteins. One of the affected proteins was identified as heat shock protein-27 (hsp27). Mobile phone exposure caused a transient increase in phosphorylation of hsp27, an effect which was prevented by SB203580, a specific inhibitor of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase (p38MAPK). Also, mobile phone exposure caused transient changes in the protein expression levels of hsp27 and p38MAPK. All these changes were non-thermal effects because, as determined using temperature probes, irradiation did not alter the temperature of cell cultures, which remained throughout the irradiation period at 37 ± 0.3 °C. Changes in the overall pattern of protein phosphorylation suggest that mobile phone radiation activates a variety of cellular signal transduction pathways, among them the hsp27/p38MAPK stress response pathway. Based on the known functions of hsp27, we put forward the hypothesis that mobile phone radiation-induced activation of hsp27 may (i) facilitate the development of brain cancer by inhibiting the cytochrome c/caspase-3 apoptotic pathway and (ii) cause an increase in blood-brain barrier permeability through stabilization of endothelial cell stress fibers. We postulate that these events, when occurring repeatedly over a long period of time, might become a health hazard because of the possible accumulation of brain tissue damage. Furthermore, our hypothesis suggests that other brain damaging factors may co-participate in mobile phone radiation-induced effects.

http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/links/ ... 2.700207.x

and.....phonics.....Nd:YAG laser. with fiber optic beam

http://www.fraunhofer.de/fhg/archiv/mag ... 001_18.pdf
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Postby J Jill » Sat Dec 02, 2006 12:02 am

If I could help you, I would but I don't know what to say, London.

Sounds like you have tinnitis - the source of which could be any number of things.

I had that years ago and it does make you go up the wall.

Mine came from (source) where I worked. The water had oil in it. The place was built on land that was filled with oil soaked sand from Ford Motor Co. The builder got the stuff free- to build up the land so that he could build his little Industrial complex on what had been a ravine.

Long story short, I noticed that:

1: The coffee alway had a "rainbow" on top - IOW, if you looked at the pot from an angle or the light hit it right, you saw various colors on the coffee.

2: Despite constant cleaning, the toliets and sinks had a black stain or ring. Where the toliet water level was, there was always a black ring .

One day, I stood up and nearly passed out.

That was time to leave.

Took some time for the Tinnitis to go away, but it did.
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Postby London » Sat Dec 02, 2006 12:33 am

Mapping veins as a human 'bar code'
Medical supply company markets infrared scan of veins as a replacement for fingerprinting or retinal scans.
Photos: Scanning human veins
By John Borland
Staff Writer, CNET News.com

Published: February 1, 2006, 6:32 PM PST
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LOS ANGELES--In Memphis, Tenn., a small medical supply company called Luminetx has developed a new method of palm-reading that it hopes will rival fingerprinting or retinal scans as a way to perfectly identify individuals.

The technology is based on an infrared scan of the blood cells running through veins, which is then analyzed by a computer.

Luminetx originally developed the technique as a way to help doctors and nurses find veins in patients needing injections. But now, through a new division called Snowflake Technologies, the company is marketing it to banks, credit card companies and even homeland-security officials as a high-tech biometric identification tool.


"Our vein structures are completely different, especially when you look at the palm," said Luminetx Chief Executive Officer Jim Phillips, speaking at The Entertainment Gathering conference here Wednesday. "In a way, it's like looking at a bar code. We convert your veins to a bar code."

The drive for technology that can uniquely identify individuals has been given new urgency by the ongoing threat of terrorist attacks and the growing incidence of identity theft.

Basic biometric tools such as fingerprinting and retinal scans are now being widely installed at airports and other transit points. Biometrics experts in the United States and Europe are trying to develop standards that can help unify a fast-changing industry.

Some of the older tools have been found to be relatively easily bypassed, however. Researchers at Clarkson University have found that fingerprint scanners could be fooled with images lifted from Play-Doh, for example, or a model of a finger made with dental plaster.

Reproducing a three-dimensional model of a human vein system, complete with blood, could be more difficult, however.

Luminetx isn't the only group of researchers to pinpoint vein structure as a biometric breakthrough. Fujitsu is has already launched its own "Contactless Palm Vein Authentication" system and has sold more than 5,000 units in Japan.

To date, Luminetx has focused sales of its $25,000 machines to hospitals. The medical tool uses the infrared scanner to detect veins up to half an inch under the skin, analyzes the data in real time with a Pentium 4 computer, and then projects a digital image back onto the skin. The resulting ghostly greenish image looks a little like a cartoon X-ray, showing the precise locations of veins under the skin.

Now on News.com:
FCC faces challenge over cell jamming good ha ha ha


Phillips said his company is still in the early stages of talking to financial and securities companies, and he would not talk about any negotiations taking place. He said he's sensitive to potential privacy concerns, but he believes the dangers of identity theft and other terrorism justify creating technology to help with the near-perfect identification of individuals.

"We're moving into a lot of different areas of society," Phillips said. "That's exciting, but a little bit frightening."
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Postby London » Sat Dec 02, 2006 12:38 am

wanna see how they put the lil fibrs in you? Take a look:

PS remember, fibres are a stray tartget!

yeah, so is the gd cat down the street!

http://cgi.ebay.com/FORCE-INC-FIBER-OPT ... dZViewItem

I WONDER IF THIS IS GOING TO HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT??

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Postby msc » Sat Dec 02, 2006 2:50 am

from msc

please review postgraduate medicine online topical treatment for photoaged skin. separating the reality from the hype, albert m kligman,
md., phd.
hht://www.postgradmed.com/issues/1997/08_97/kligman.htm

he is selling this retinal-a product as being safe and no one in 30 yrs
every reported any adverse effects. how do they lie like. don't people
who are in these tests who drop out because of the adverse effects they are experiencing count? are these people followed up with adverse effects they had and what were they? he, also, states in this article that
physicians are leary of prescribing this medication because of biologcial effects, physicians knew and that is why dr. victor mellul did advertise this product in his office as other dermatologist did. they knew what this could do and they allowed it and gave no warning to the patients. this man is lying in this article and he made guarantees that he breached and
he put peoples lives iin serious danger with his radioactive isotopes.
this man is of jewish heritage, there should be no excuse from someone of his background and what the holocaust did to the jewish people. how does he feel about the germans putting his ancestors in gas chambers and
experimenting and torturing them. how could he do this to this woman,
her family and to all who purchased this product and don't know the effects these chemicals have on chromosomes, on causing silicosis,
on vision on the brain and heart and on unborn children? two young
women lost babies both in the 8th week, both her were in from friends
home constantly, one living there. the one women's boyfriend wrote letters to martin gordon at greenpeace wash dc, stating how he felt his life was in danger from an organism he could feel under his skin that cause bumps, sores and itching. an ultra sound of his unborn child showed a horrifying thing wrapped around the fetus and pulling as
most of all of us state we feel a pulling senation under our skin, our heads, our neck which causes the joint pain. as we know threads come
from polymerization, every chemical in renova has to do with polymerization, and the memory chip of tha bacteriorhodopis and fiber optics which then makes this a hybrid doesn't it, half mechanical and half living mircro organisms. chain linked and polymerizing plastic, metals,
fibers, rubber all in an aquatic solution like a plastic bubble covering us
of some type, with ligand needles that hold it into the skin and hair.
there has to be someone out there that knows how these chemicals and
ceramic structures work and what is it really suppose to be doing to a
patient. why would radio act isotopes be put in a healthy patients body?
how do they go away?
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Postby London » Sat Dec 02, 2006 3:58 am

MSC,

read this-dunno, maybe it will help-

http://pipeline.corante.com/archives/20 ... soning.php

and this too:

http://pipeline.corante.com/archives/in_silico/
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Phonon Confinement Effects in Hybrid Virus-Inorganic Nanotubes for Nanoelectronic Applications

Vladimir A. Fonoberov and Alexander A. Balandin*

Nano-Device Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Riverside, California 92521

Received June 29, 2005

Revised August 28, 2005

Abstract:

Genetically modified viruses have been proposed recently as templates for the assembly of nanometer-scale components of electronic circuits. Here we show that, in addition to their role as nanotemplates, viruses can actually improve the electron transport properties in semiconductor nanotubes grown on them. In the considered hybrid virus-inorganic nanostructures, which consist of silica or silicon nanotubes deposited on tobacco mosaic viruses, the confined acoustic phonons are found to be redistributed between the nanotube shell and the acoustically soft virus enclosure. As a result, the low-temperature electron mobility in the hybrid virus-silicon nanotube can increase by a factor of 4 compared to that of an empty silicon nanotube. Our estimates also indicate an enhancement of the low-temperature thermal conductivity in the virus-silicon nanotube, which can lead to improvements in heat removal from the hybrid nanostructure-based nanocircuits
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Postby RANDY » Sat Dec 02, 2006 7:45 am

Tell me that you guys do not think that this is crazy talk?

if you think this is normal talk then you all need you rheads examined.....oh my G-d! This is skitz talk.

Anyone watching this site, this is not the normal Morgelllons patient. We are not this crazy! This site does not sample the real patients that have this disease.

For info call 434-974-7128 or 434-980-2757

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don't want trouble, don';t even want to bust them. Just want out. I want the noise that is making me go deaf turned off and I want the beams to stop. They even beam me while lying in bed at 3 in the morning. They use the windows to transfer the beams.
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Postby London » Sat Dec 02, 2006 7:56 am

maybe I will capture it on video tape and post it for you Randy.

Hey, you said it was the gov't did you not? I believe you stated that they were sending doctors memos to deny us- not tell us about it, etc., now now Randy, who is it that is lying?

don't be pissed because I beat you at your own game.....hey, I went very lightly today. I'm finished too. Unless, the heat starts back....just one more time, one more beam,, the wall street journal will get a half page ad.

Complitments of moi.......wait n see!
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An ordinance granting a private license to Fujikoki America Inc., for the use of approximately 180 square feet of land to construct, install and maintain fiber optic communication cables under a portion of Half Crown Drive right-of-way located near its intersection with Bronze Way - Revenue: $1,000 annually plus the $20 ordinance publication fee [01-2197;ORDINANCE 24668; APPROVED

Photonics http://www.ati.surrey.ac.uk/photonics Prof Alf R Adams ...

Deodorant diffusion into skin. - Water diffusion in fibre-optic cables. ... group before joining the Nanotech Institute at University of Texas at Dallas. ...
http://www.ph.surrey.ac.uk/phd/projects/compiled - 436k - Cached - Similar pages

So, this is what ye look like, eh? You best move along lil cowboys......did you know that someone is watching you???
http://www.ph.surrey.ac.uk/phd/projects/compiled
and.,.....this is sweet:
28 August 2006
"The Italian town of Prato has been built on cloth. There is even a museum there dedicated to its history, so there is no better place to weave together traditional Italian know-how with digital technology and come up with the next generation of cloth, what they are calling 'smart fabric'. A company called Luminex has hit on the idea of weaving fibre-optics into fabric, so the wearer can really light up a room when they enter it. Luminex's Cristiano Peruzzi says: 'It is a fabric containing, amongst other things, fibre-optics, but there is also a technical side to it. The system consists of cabling, and the fibre-optics are lit by high-efficiency LEDs. The system powering it varies according to the function.' Luminex's glimmering garments include shining shawls, as well as shirts and trousers that twinkle. But it is not just night-clubbers whose stars are coming out at night."

steele ye say?????
30 August 2006
"Producing iron by electrolysis rather than conventional smelting could prevent the emission of a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. So concludes Donald Sadoway, a materials scientist at MIT in the US who has developed a way producing iron by electrolysing a molten iron oxide in the lab. If the process can be scaled up, it could eliminate the need for conventional smelting, which releases almost a tonne of CO2 for every tonne of steel produced. In conventional smelting, iron ore is combined with a coal-derived carbon called coke. The coke reacts with the iron, producing CO2 and carbon monoxide, leaving pure iron behind. Electrolysis produces iron a different way. The iron ore is dissolved in a solvent of silicon dioxide and calcium oxide at 1600°C and an electric current passed through it."
So that's how you do it. Wonder what happened to all that steel in the towers, eh? things that make me go hmmm....
I know about the cables under the royal oaks CC......too close for comfort. Is that why they tore the whole damn course up 4 years ago? Oh i think so.....
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