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Postby London » Mon Dec 04, 2006 1:59 am

is the OECD in da HOUZ??????? this damn thing is getting funnier by the minute.
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Postby msc » Mon Dec 04, 2006 4:52 am

from msc

trust me there is nothing funny about watching somewhere who was
attractive and who always looked great and hair was always in place
be physically destroyed, financially, destroyed and watch her children
suffer for no reason. a person who never should have been put on
this med. how do we know what else has chemo agents diamtons,
fungus bateria and God knows whatever kind of other spores they
put in this. then they have the nerve to drive you crazy and try to have
you declared crazy. not one person involved in this should be allowed
to practice law and medicine when this gets exposed. this is murger
by pain torment and torture. it did back fire on then if that gives anyone
anykind of solace and justice. the judge who got stuck in the elevator
with my friend, I know he is infecting, the physicians who refused to test
her for lab hair urine tests she requested they are infected. the vet
who removed her dogs testicle--if the dog's testicle was strangled by
polyethylene (used in making nylon) and swelled like a balloon from
lipids and silicone fluid that were used in this product as it gets in the
fur and hair of animals and people andtravels up the veins the blood
steam he has. they destroyed themselves and their own families
and lied to themselves. truth will come out and they will be punished
let's hope within the week.
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Postby msc » Mon Dec 04, 2006 2:41 pm

from msc

in the fda report of renova under pre trial tests, it states 4% suffered
side effects and dropped out of furthers using the product. the fda
states in responses to my friend they need one or two well documented
cases to to investigate. first response was they need two back in their
response to my friends letter date 10/01 during 9/11 and anthrax mailing.
their last email to my friend in 9/06 states one or two well documented
cases. we have dr. booth durham who prescribed this med. to fade freckles not even mention in his notes he prescribed it. it states a person
should be under strict physician care and instructions while on this med.
his notes state see patient in a year. when she called for the chemical
burns on her face in nov. 1999, he dx. her over the phone by the nurse
stating he said it is common to get sores in those area keep using the
product and use steroid cream on sores. within two weeks her face
was splitting, you can see in photos was covering her hair, you could see
something was wrong with her eyes and swelling in her jawline, cheeks
and eye lids, freckles were dangling. her skin was on fire and bright red
blotches everywhere, photos show it. dr koulin chou stated it was impetigo. impetigo is extremely contagious, and no one in the family
was treated for this and she was forced to go to work at a public job
with an infectious staph infection and she was under dr. koulin chou's
care from 3/00 to 7/00 never getting better just worse. numerous physicians after that. they new that bacteriorhodopsin and chem agents
causes biofilms and they never told the patient nor that chemo agent were
used on her. the numerous lawyers and judges and state and gov't
officials she wrote to begging for help rejected her and allowed her to
suffer and allowed innocent people to be infected. dr. koulin chou even
asked her does the white things jump. so, if they can jump, they can
jump onto others can't they and she allowed innocent minor children,
the youngest only ten years old to be infected and to suffer constant
resp. infections, eye infections, ear and throat infections causing this
family financial destruction in a horrible cover up and stated in Parker and
Waichman LLC documents out on their website on false reports, false evaluation, false billings being done by physicians, the bribes being giving
to physicians by pharmaceutical corps. he states that in advertising his
firm but he denies this family help and legal rights being protected. who is out there that can be trusted who care really about our rights and our health? a horrific crime has been done here and not one of the participants have shown that they have a conscience on this not one
has shown remorse, isn't that the difference from a criminal mind to a person who made a mistake. if you made a mistrake you show remorse
you try to make it right, they continued with the lies and deception and
allowing innocent people to continue buying this product without proper warnings on it and allowed this family to continue to suffer. johnson and johnson a corp we trusted all of our lives in caring for our babies our children our families. what a violation of public trust this is.
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Mon Dec 04, 2006 5:01 pm

Chlorophyll fluorescence kinetic imaging: Cyanobacteria under a
microscope and dinoflagellate algae on corals.
Page 3
16:00 – 18:00 Session III –
PHOTOSENSORS WITH RETINAL AND FLAVIN
Peter Hegemann: Introduction
Tilman Kottke, Joachim Heberle, Peter Hegemann and Bernhard Dick: Investigation of
the phototropin photocycle by transient absorption measurements
Sunil Kateriya, Markus Fuhrmann and Peter Hegemann: Chlamyopsin-3 (COP3) as a
potential photoreceptor of phototaxis in green algae
Srinivasa Reddy, Markus Fuhrmann and Peter Hegemann: Gene silencing in
Chlamydomonas rheinhardtii by using antisense technology
18:00 - 19:00 Warm dinner at the refectory of the Serviten monastery
19:00 - 20:00 Guest lecture of Aba Losi/ University of Parma, Italy: Photoacoustics of
Photoreceptors
Biotechnological Applications of Photosynthetic Proteins - Biochips, Biosensors
9:00 – 11:00 Session V – SYNTHETIC PHOTOCHEMICAL SWITCHES
Jörg Daub: Introduction
Zhen Shenand Jörg Daub: Modelling of photosensoric processes by new synthetic
flavins
Roman Procházka and Jörg Daub, Axially coupled dye dyades as models for
actuation of blue-light receptor function
Roland Reichenbach-Klinke and Burkhard König, Photoinduced electron transfer in
a supramolecular assembly consisting of two biological redox cofactors: A model
system for flavin reductase
submersible remote sensing
platform has been developed. This free-falling package represents an evolution of a
previous in situ fluorescence imager, the Optical Serial Section Tomography (OSST)
system (Jaffe, Franks, and Leising 1998; Franks and Jaffe 2001). While effective, the
OSST had a rather coarse resolution of 6.7 mm pixel
-1
, which restricted its application
to imaging aggregates of phytoplankton or translucent herbivores with stomachs full of
undigested phytoplankton.
Phage therapy was shortly invented after the discovery of bacteriophages. The idea behind is to use phages to control pathogenic bacteria (Levin and Bull, 1996) . The advent of antibiotics and some methodological problems put an end to phage therapy in Western Europe and North America, whereas phage therapy was continued in several countries from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and recently a review was published in English on this topic (Sulakvelidze et al. 2001) . The threat of resistance to antibiotics has revived the interest in phage therapy (Merril et al. 1996) . Isolating and designing phages would be a relatively inexpensive way of biotechnological application. Phage therapy might not only be used for fighting pathogens but also to control environmentally problematic prokaryotes such as GEMs.


Research on genomics of microbial communities has started already and it is just a matter of time until functional genomics and proteomics enter the field. Strategies have been proposed to assess the information of the whole genome of a habitat, the so called ‘metagenome’, without the need of cultivation (Rondon et al. 2000) . This involves comparison of the genome of bacteria with different lifecycles and cloning the metagenomic DNA from an environment into a bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) vector. Clones can be screened for biological activity expressed in Escherichia coli or the libraries can be probed for sequences of interest. Another type of technology, which can use the information of BAC libraries are the DNA/RNA chips representing a high-through put technology. In combination with the nucleic acid based metagenome approach the proteome approach is useful. Proteins from bacteria, which are grown under varying conditions such as e.g. the absence or presence of heavy metals, can be sequenced to identify the respective gene. This allows for an identification of a gene and its function and the gene (or relatives of it) can be searched for in the BAC library. Cloning of unknown or even artificial genes into vectors will reveal new products such as e.g. proteins for heavy metal tolerance.

Some of these applications, such as genomics and proteomics, require rather expensive technologies (including database handling) and thus likely increase the gap between countries, which can afford that and countries, which cannot.

http://www.uni-regensburg.de/Fakultaete ... dy2001.pdf.

http://www.esf.org/publication/42/cyano.pdf.
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Postby London » Mon Dec 04, 2006 5:24 pm

Why, I think I love you Nadas........you're a lil slow, but you'll do. hehehe

:)

Thanks Tam., wow, you posted another one I had seen. Perhaps you had posted that fungi one before and that is how I got it in the first place.


Tam Tam, I consider you my friend and I hope you feel the same. With this being said, can you maybe tell us what they want from us.....whether we are dead, alive or just defected,.....what is the purpose.....is this robotics....will our conscious live on forever if we go thru reverse brain engineering?

That is what I fear....not the death from some strange fungal -whatever kind of infection. I am really in fear for this fact and this fact only.

Please, help out.....pm., post, whatever you can do......

okay, been listening to radiohead since 4 am......i mean, just so gd aloof
and eccentric.......just confused....don't want to wear flowers on my plastic hat......don't wanna be scanned......

a tune here.........an old one but damn.....


lyrics:
I want you to know
He's not coming back
Look into my eyes
He's not coming back

So knives out
Catch the mouse
Don't look down
Shove it in your mouth

If you'd been a dog
They would have drowned you at birth
Look into my eyes
It's the only way you'll know I'm tellin' the truth

So knives out
Cook him up
Squash his head
Put him in the pot

I want you to know
He's not coming back
He's bloated and frozen
Still, there's no point in letting it go to waste

So knives out
Catch the mouse
Square his head
Put him in the pot
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Postby London » Mon Dec 04, 2006 5:46 pm

Tam,

I may be way-arse off track here....but I'm thinking this is what you wanted us to find.....i got it from playing around w/ the Filament strain 001 under google and finally got this......


please, is this what you wanted us to know and find?


Annual Review of Energy
Vol. 4: 353-401 (Volume publication date November 1979)
(doi:10.1146/annurev.eg.04.110179.002033)


Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy sorry, no abstract....

J R Bolton, and ­ D O Hall ­PDF

Most recent citing papers (via CrossRef)


The potential applications of cyanobacterial photosynthesis for clean technologies

David O. Hall, Sergei A. Markov, Yoshitomo Watanabe, K. Krishna Rao
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Postby finding1cure » Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:35 pm

Sabrina wrote:Dear Finding1cure,

Welcome to biology online! Thank you for setting the record strait.

Have some unrelated questions that I would like to ask you if you do not mind.

I need to know if you sell Mary Kay products. I ask for only personal reasons. In my pre-awareness days, before I knew what this was, there was only one product/s that cleared my face up. It still works to this day and I buy it when I can afford it which isn’t often. Mary Kay makes this product/s and I would love to consult with you about it. 8)

Thank you very much for the invitation to your site also. I have not seen it but would love to see your work. And thank you for your work.

Peace,
Sabrina
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Postby finding1cure » Mon Dec 04, 2006 6:38 pm

Ridgewalker wrote:Jill -
Have you been following the work of Staninger, et al? Do you know of Jan Smith / Greema? Blue particles were found in her and can be seen on the Morgellons pics on rense.com. I'm not saying I go in for everything rense does or believes in but his willingness to offer his show up for Morgellons and follow it to the end is admirable. There is a picture of a bright blue fiber with a gold tip. If you research any of the new information that private researchers are doing, it is all nano based. Since I never believed this was a biological organism to begin with (as in no cell walls or mitochondria) and replication seemed to be one of it's intents, while others were researching parasites I was busy looking at the nanotechnology industry, communications, circuitry, etc. I first got the idea when Morgellons USA listed who was hitting their site last year and then when Tam streamed who was hitting his videos it was a confirmation for me that the communication industry had an awfully large constituency of viewers and made up a large portion of hits on most of our websites. I wondered what, in an 'emerging infectious disease', could possibly be piqueing their interest so. As for these nanowires, the gold tip was peculiar to say the least and the first thing of this type that I had seen in ALL of my years of researching Morgellons. I happened upon information regarding a company that uses gold as the substrate and a gold 'lead' on the growth end of the sapphire nanowires. Held side by side with Jan's sample, in comparison they looked exactly the same, could not tell the difference. Every nanotech company has a patent on it's growth procedures. Each company has it's own methods, growth mediums and substrates. This company touts that it is the only company to utilize this particular procedure. The evidence of this substrate and gold tipped lead is showing up in more and more patients as the wealth of independent research grows. I assumed this information had already been shared on this site. I will search my files for the abstracts and company information and in the meantime if you visit rense.com and check out the Morgellons pics shown there, note the long sapphire 'wire' with a gold tip. This is what I'll be providing information about.
I'm surprised that more information regarding nanowires and nanotubes has not been addressed on this site. It has pretty much been narrowed down to one of the main culprits in our disease by most researchers. That was why I said I needed to go back through the pages here and read what had and had not been covered before I post as I did not wish to post redundant information.
Haven't any of you addressed this issue? It is the leading topic of discussion among researchers at this time.
Let me check my files as I'm not sure where I stashed it so I might have to go back to the source. I'll post what I have for your review and then guys, after all this bickering I'm tired beyond belief and since I don't use drugs I have nothing left, no energy to keep me going. I haven't even completed my h202 bath I ran last evening and am feeling quite grungy and worn out. I really am not a fusser and fighter and this site has taken a lot out of me. I need to care for my own health above everything else, as I'm no good to others if I allow myself to be beaten down by negative energy.
Thanks for your interest. After my bath (finally!) and some quick scans, I'll be backatcha. If for some reason I don't, it means I've crashed and I'll post as soon as I get some restorative sleep.
Peace and blessings to all,
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Postby finding1cure » Mon Dec 04, 2006 7:16 pm

RANDY wrote:Joanne:

I was told by Marc that you had a link on your site and for every preson that bought the cream via your site that you would get money. He told me that you discussed with him all the financial details.

When he asked me to do the same, I told him that the money would go to research and he begged me to place it on my sites and I did. He said you did the same but had a long winded discussion on how much you would make. If he lied..I apologize.

Now if you do not have a link on your site that makes a person able to get Marcs cream then I apologize. I was misinformed by Marc about your partnership. But this is not a big deal..is it? Come on! How big a deal is that?

If you do have that link then you owe me an apology for not telling the truth.

The only thing I siad about you other than the MaryKay comment which may actually get you business (you are welcome) is that you sold his cream. I never said you sold MaryKay on your site.(please review)

I must be such a horrible person to say such a horrible thing as you sell his cream and you also sell Mary Kay. I don't know what I was thinking to say such a bad, bad thing about you.

Come on.. how sensative can a person be when one is only telling the truth.

It seems there are many here who live in a lie and when the truth is told they freak out. Weird!

If you go back to Londons attack and then Karens attack for NO REASON AT ALL.. you will see who over reacted and why I said what I did.

But it is easier to hate me then see the truth people. Really weird! Really weird!

Randy
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London, add this...

Postby Deena » Mon Dec 04, 2006 8:37 pm

LONDON!
I failed to finish on the full moon issue and the fact that parasites feed off of fungi, naturally making it all the more exciting on this day.

Which would also account for MSC's story on her friend and explain what could be happening while her friend tries to sleep.

Mold/fungi needs water source in order to grow. If it is heavily in the air, it will be attracted to water or moisture. Eyes, nose and mouth supplies this. Parasites attract to the fungi= miserable time for MSC friend and little sleep.
Cause i been dare and dunnit too! :wink: And no fun!!

Picked up this Grandmas pur Lye soap from Ace Hardware. It threw it off course, also. makes ya feel squeeky clean again, too!

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Postby J Jill » Mon Dec 04, 2006 11:47 pm

London,

The steel from the World Trade Center was sold to various middle men who, in turn, sold it to China and India.

I would imagine we will see it again in some other form.

As to steel melting- it melts at 2800 degrees

Glass melts at 1700 degrees.

Silica= glass

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Postby J Jill » Mon Dec 04, 2006 11:48 pm

London,

The steel from the World Trade Center was sold to various middle men who, in turn, sold it to China and India.

I would imagine we will see it again in some other form.

As to steel melting- it melts at 2800 degrees

Glass melts at 1700 degrees.

Silica= glass

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