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Postby Deena » Fri Dec 08, 2006 9:50 pm

Thank you, my dear friend, London.

And we can leave it at this, no problemo. I know everyone has a conscience and all for good reason....

And I have a question, as well. Can somebuddy pleeze tell me where this may fit more appropriately? Cuz I went over em all and I just can't seem to find a good spot to post this and I don't want to start a new thread. Why would I wanna do that when all the action is right here???

So here we have it...the pitch is thrown....she swings...(did I mention I played all-star softball?).....(only I was pitchin)......o yes, ...she swings....





LO AND BEHOLD, WHAT'S THIS?

LEVITICUS 13:2 WHEN A MAN SHALL HAVE IN THE SKIN OF HIS FLESH A RISING, A SCAB, OR BRIGHT SPOT AND IT BE IN THE SKIN OF HIS FLESH LIKE THE PLAGUE OF LEPROSY; THEN HE SHALL BE BROUGHT UNTO AARON THE PRIEST, OR UNTO ONE OF HIS SONS THE PRIESTS:
13:3 AND THE PRIEST SHALL LOOK ON THE PLAGUE IN THE SKIN OF THE FLESH: AND WHEN THE HAIR OF THE PLAGUE IS TURNED WHITE, AND THE SIGHT BE DEEPER THAN THE SKIN OF HIS FLESH, IT IS A PLAGUE OF LEPROSY: AND THE PRIEST SHALL LOOK ON HIM, AND PRONOUNCE HIM UNCLEAN

............IT'S A HOMERUN............... :shock: ....GO DEENA! GO DEENA! ..UH HUH..... IT'S MY BIRTHDAY.....

WITH ALL DUE RESPECT :D


WANNABEBIBLETHUMPINFINATIC IN HER FINEST SCRAPPIN FORM.

EVERYONE HAS THEIR PART AND WILL SERVE THEIR PURPOSE. MIRIAM WAS/IS MINE AND I DID MY HOMEWORK!!!

AND DON'T TELL ME THIS DOESN'T FIT INTO THIS PARTICULAR THREAD!

AND NOW I WILL REST MY CASE~~~CARRY ON!!!
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Postby Deena » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:34 pm

You want to google something, google this: dead scientists

If your point here is to proove what is wrong, what has and has been happening or perhaps some way to reverse what has happened to you, maybe a cure (good luck) or treatment....good luck, again! THEY ARE ALL DEAD!!!!

It appears as though anyone even close to capable of providing this, is somehow, mysteriously gone. Doesn't take an einstein to see what's going on here.

You want to be rid of this disesase or whatever it is you want to call it? I am simply passing words FROM THE LORD to YOU!!! meaning myself, included (US).

REPENT AND TURN FROM YOUR WICKED WAYS.




Anyone who post critism or ridicule to me after this post...SAVE IT!!\
Cuz NOW I AM DONE!!!!!!
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Postby ukguy » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:45 pm

Hi Deena

Hey, this isn't my style either :)
Let's stick to the thread and respect each others beliefs.
No hard feelings here.

LONDON: You still crack me up ;)

Out for now
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Postby mfromcanada » Fri Dec 08, 2006 10:50 pm

Click on link to see picture of claws etc.

Molecular Biology Experiments Utilizing the lux Genes of Vibrio fischeri and gfp Gene of Aequoria victoria

http://departments.kings.edu/biology/lux/lux2.jpg


msc wrote:from msc,

yell the white that look gray are the metals in this organism if you look at them under a microscrope and or a high power magniying glass you will that they are split and that there is something very tiny between the split.
it uses them like claws and a clamp. i truly feel it is both a bacteria and a fungus (hybrid) combined. remember lecithin induces fungus and causes
biofilms, bacteriorhodopsin is bacteria and emits gases and liquid metals
liguid crystals all translucent. the dark ones are hard to figure are they the black carbon are they some other type of genetic altered species,
but this is a nano experiment gone bad. they knew they didn't have the
technology nor the perfection of this tech and they still went through with it. lesions are the head groups and crystal structions. they can see they don't want to there's a difference. if they see it then they have to expose it and there will be alot of money a risk and large corp. going down.
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Postby Deena » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:19 pm

ukguy wrote:Hi Deena

Hey, this isn't my style either :)
Let's stick to the thread and respect each others beliefs.
No hard feelings here.

LONDON: You still crack me up ;)

Out for now
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Good enough. However, think I'm gonna set back and view for awhile (If I can, anyways). My fear is all u einsteins landing this thing and making the wiped out scientist/microbiologist page. :shock:
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Postby mfromcanada » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:22 pm

Developed and released by department of energy.

http://www.ostp.gov/html/ceq_ostp_study7.pdf
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Postby RANDY » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:22 pm

Click here: ALFALFA BEATS MORGELLONS?

http://www.surfingtheapocalypse.net/cgi ... ead=161043

Not buying it.


Sent to me today.


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Postby RANDY » Fri Dec 08, 2006 11:28 pm

Re; Dead scientists..they did not die all in one week..it was over like 15 years....could have been natural...some were rather old....no one ever states that though. Does not make for a good conspiracy theory.
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Postby J Jill » Sat Dec 09, 2006 12:18 am

Hello all,

*Al- amen to your prayer and the others- Deena and Maggie.

* Prayers for Karen.

* TamTam -thanks for the links- I'm going to have to translate one of them.- The other is interesting and takes us back to the basics.

*Dead Scientists- now your getting to the heart of the matter.

There is a link- http://www.puppstheories.com/forum/inde ... topic=6521

Check it out!

There is a master list of over 100 dead scientists

Also, while there- check out the article about the mercury in the new flu vaccine

While there- use the search engine and type in Jim Phelps

http://www.puppstheories.com/forum/inde ... jim+phelps

Manganese blocks HIV replication: Lab finding points to potential new class of HIV treatments

Here's a snippet for London and Sky:


http://www.puppstheories.com/forum/inde ... jim+phelps

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http://rense.com/general58/ff.htm

Here's one from Rense- Jim Phelps:
The Fluoride Factor
Fluoride Synergism Effects Leading To Rise
In Worldwide Health Problems
By Jim Phelps
Copyright 2004
DOEWatch.com
10-26-4
Excerpt:
Fluoride has been used as a pesticide for centuries and when looks for the method of which it kills bugs one quickly discovers the mechanism involves the upsetting of trace metal metabolism within cells. In insecticide uses, higher concentrations are applied, but when these same poisons enter the human food chain these same effects happen, only more slowly. Every human on the face of planet Earth is affected by this fluoride effect, some more that others depending on geographic, food consumption, industry, and water pollution. Fluoride is cumulative from even the subtlest levels taken in by human consumption.

The key to understanding the most damaging effect of fluoride is to know about these trace metal upsets that control enzyme repairs and other processes within cells. Upsets in these trace metals occur due to the fact that fluorine is the most electronegative element and when present within the body will cease onto trace metals spontaneously. This effect keeps these trace metals from being able to do their essential uses with the body and cells. This effect leads to rise in cell damages, higher levels of oxidation like damage to DNA, rises in the cytokine levels, loss of immune system tolerance in detection and elimination of varied pathogens, etc.

The problems associated with fluoride don't stop with the metals-complex issues, as fluoride damage thyroid hormone due to iodine like valence effects, it damages the pineal gland and the melatonin / serotonin hormones, it contributes to arterial plaque, it upsets many of the immune cells like macrophage energy, it associates to heart attacks, kidney damage, and etc. If there were one element that was associated with the God of the Underground, Death, and Hell; it would be fluorine.
end excerpt

Here is his link- http://www.doewatch.com/f.html

London- Notice DOE WATCH ? Bells ringing?

*
More

http://www.doewatch.com/cfs.html
This report investigates the stance that toxic materials drive disease and presents an underlying common mechanism that has been overlooked and more recently suppressed. The report will show that there are new highs in toxic induced immune damage that lead to a proliferation of unregulated pathogens that further damage health.
Analysis of the toxic pathways of nuclear industry toxic metals point to cytokine signatures that offer key insight into progression of these cytokine activations leading to long term CFS.


Contact: Jim Phelps, 1600 Buttercup Circle, Knoxville, Tennessee 37921, USA.
Email: Magnu96196@aol.com
or
http://www.doewatch.com

WHY DON"T WE GET HIM ON THE BOARD HERE?


** Everyone's favorite- Chemtrails:

http://www.puppstheories.com/forum/inde ... jim+phelps

Thanks for the link- mrspvls- good point!
mrcpvls wrote:
I think the microorganism is being used in chemtrails sprayed on us as per attached link.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/5679364.html

MM,

This was exceptionally interesting- thanks!

http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?articl ... 9EC5880000

Deena,

Good one:
ttp://www.intoutreach.org/hell.html
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Postby London » Sat Dec 09, 2006 12:19 am

well I repented. How long before it leaves me? Should I go ahead and splurge on the Alfalfa? (haha...just joking w/you Deena) Hey, I think you were maybe trying to give me a gentle nudge.....look, you just got say....."Look Stupid London, you are gonna be a dead googlescientist if you keep it up" then, I will repent again, take another swig of Alfalfa and wait......hehehe Hey, Okay, I will lay off the DD's but hey, I think I might have proved my point. I mean, duh........radiation burns ya. They have it listed on everyone of their gov't websites. X-ray techs step out of the room when they shoot a photo of someone......


so there, that leaves us to add this: 1+1=2 i.e., ya take the nice lil toxins they are exposing us to (arsenic, lead, cadium......+ then you throw in some photonic zaps from their laser semiconductor and well, you now have an intesified problem. Simple math.

So, can you or anyone tell me then why they would test microwave radiation on anyone. Can't they remember Chernobyl?

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MRCPIS,

meant to tell you that was two great post back there. Thanks a lot.
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Here is why I came here......I remember my sweet lil Relief Seeker and wanted her to know we were thinking of her....hang in their crip!

It was either her or MSC about 2 weeks ago that posted something on plasicity (sp?) where they take the dead bodies and drain the water from the cells and replace with some resin (hope it's not duponts resin) anyway, I really did not give it too much thought - prob. b/c I did not know too much about it.....BUT, now today in the Dallas Arts Guide section that comes out every friday.....well, I freaked. Oh Lord,. I might just jump on that dumb spaceship afterall. They are sure not gonna get my body for that crap. The article said they still burn calories and have a heart beat. One of the poor trapped souls was holding a piece of his skin in the air like he was signaling a waiter or something.

You weirdofreakos better not be reversing there brains and have them trapped in there. That is inhumane.

NO way. Well. the exhibit starts tomorrow and I will come back and report on it. I'm thinking of staging a heist and bursting thru the glass and setting them free. We will have to see. Poor souls would not be doing too much better if they came home with me anyway...Morgsalive and kicken here.......okay, that is it. Hope that was not too bad Deena.

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JJill, just saw your post. Not too sure what the question is....and not sure who Dr p is? maybe that does not matter but I still don't get what you are asking us....but the part I did read is exactly what I think has happened to us....and when i clicked onto the link for the toxic story, the first thing that went thru my mind was sooooo, they can get away with it b/c you know what they even have now???

POLLUTANT TRADING!!!

HEY MSC AND MAGGIE MAE, MEANT TO SAY THANKS FOR YOUR POST TOO A COUPLE OF PAGES BACK....AND mm, LOVED THE JOKE...YOU'RE A HOOT. (and not a dumdum, LOL)
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Postby msc » Sat Dec 09, 2006 1:06 am

from msc

think and research and you will come up with what they were doing.
a organism floating upstream flagella an organism acts like a brain emits gases ligands claws crystal structures, is encoded with transcriptions
they use elastin as elastomers that strethc and roll back into form, they use gels to move particals and atoms, flourescent pigments and metal and iron oxides, they use isotopes with probes, photographic chemicals
toxic gases. are they not trying to make claytronics and halographics
and manipulate atoms and particles and altered genetics. to do that they
have to be able to study a body inside and out while living. they are doing
photomasks. they created a translucent or they though translucent and almost invisible organism and gave it a brain and programed it now it thinks on its own and knows how to replicate itself as in nano robots
self replicating as what the so called responsible nano tech. now they don't know how to control it. how do you think the world will end, suffocating the earth with plastic organism the suffocate all of us, plastic can't be digested, plastic smothers, nylon strangles, silica closes the air waves, the gases destroy the brain and neurological system, the claws leech onto and grab and clamp down on the nerves and veins, did you
look up vac+phenotype, bacteriorhodopsin genetically altered secrets gases and the flagella swin upward, it travels above our heads making nano tubes tunnels to shoot its pins down with to hook into the skin
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Postby Nadas Moksha » Sat Dec 09, 2006 1:23 am

Nanostructured Interfaces and Self Assembly: Mimicking Nature
Supervisor: Dr. Alan Dalton

Type of project: Experiment

Techniques Used
Raman spectroscopy, electron microscopy, AFM, among others

Project Description

Numerous applications, from molecular electronics to super-strong composites, have been suggested for carbon nanotubes. Despite this promise, difficulty in assembling raw carbon nanotubes into functional structures is a deterrent for applications. In contrast, biological materials have evolved to self-assemble, and the lessons of their self-assembly can be applied to synthetic materials such as carbon nanotubes. By coating carbon nanotubes with biological ‘building block’ molecules it is possible to assemble them into macroscopic structures offering a new route to control the physical properties of nanotube systems at all length scales. This project will focus on understanding and engineering the interface between biological macromolecules and carbon nanotubes using a range of spectroscopic and microscopic characterization techniques including Raman spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy, electron microscopy and time-resolved spectroscopy.
The functioning of cells is regulated by signalling networks. For example, if the bacterium E. coli is in an environment with lots of the sugar glucose it will burn this for energy. However, if the glucose is removed and the sugar lactose added then the E. coli needs to switch over to using this new fuel. It does so via a protein that detects the presence of lactose and switches on the production of proteins that can burn lactose. This is a very simple example of a cell signalling network, complex organisms such as ourself have huge networks that enable us to respond to changes in environmant like E.coli as well as being required for embryology etc.. These networks can be modelled by sets of simple coupled differential equations. These equations are for the time derivatives of the concentrations of the signalling proteins in terms of interactions with other proteins, the amoount of molecules such as lactose that are present etc.. Also, the evolution of these networks may be modelled on a computer by using the output of the network (obtained from solving the differential equations) as (part of) the `fitness' of the organism and then mutating the equations and picking the mutated equations whose output is closer to the optimum.
Convergent evolution of signalling in cells

As these networks can be studied quantitatively, it is possible to obtain quantitative data on convergent evolution. This has never been done before. The project is pure, i.e., not applied, biological physics, and aims to understand how component parts of living organisms, i.e., signalling, evolved over the last few billion years.
Modelling the structures and dynamics inside living cells
Supervisor: Dr. Richard Sear
Co-Supervisors: Dr. Joe Keddie

Type of project: Theory

Major Aims
Living cells are complex and highly structured both in space and in time. For example our cells contain a mesh of rigid filaments spaced around 100nms apart, and the response to damage to the DNA has recently been shown to be pulsed. This project will involving using computational physics techniques such as Monte Carlo simulation and the numerical solution of PDEs to both better understand the basic physical principles that underly this structure, and to consider specific functions such as how a cell decides when to divide.
Project Description

A computer-simulation snapshot of a simple model of the mixture of proteins inside a cell. Different types of proteins are shown in different colours. At the centre is a column that models part of a one of the large number of filaments that are found in cells.
Living cells are like computers in many ways. Computers process inputs and then output the result and so do cells. A simple example of this is that the bacterium E. coli can detect the presence of the sugar lactose and if present it can switch on its machinery for making an enzyme needed to metabolise it. The input is the molecular lactose and the output is the enzyme. In simple organisms the computational tasks that cells do are relatively simple but in complex organisms, e.g., H. sapiens, the cells contain a very complex network of tens of thousands of links that performs many computational tasks, e.g., deciding whether the cell should be a nerve cell, or a muscle cell etc.. So how do they do it?

http://marie.ph.surrey.ac.uk/~phs1rs/
Part of the answer is that proteins have evolved to interact very specifically, i.e., to stick strongly their partner but not to to bind at all to any of the other thousands of types of proteins present. Part of the answer is that proteins spontaneously assemble themselves into structures. For example, cells in your eyes are right now detecting the photons coming from the screen. These cells can respond very quickly to the arrival of a photon because the proteins that actually interact with the photon are held together with other proteins that amplify the signal by a `scaffold'. This scaffold ensures that the signal that a photon has arrived is transmitted rapidly, without it there be a delay between the light arriving and your brain perceiving it. The project will simulate systems like this scaffold to see how they work and to explain the rapidly
increasing amount of experimental data.
Project Description

The electrostatic charges on about half of our proteins (the black dots), plus a random model (the pale green dots). One of the objectives of the project would be to try to understand why an almost trivial random model is so close to reality.The theme would be trying to understand how the cytosol functions, using a combination of data from genomics, simple theories of evolution and the statistical mechanics of solutions. The cytosol is the fluid inside a living cell; it is basically a salt solution with proteins, DNA, RNA, sugars, etc. Very recently, the complete set of genes, called a genome, of a number of different organisms have been found. You may have heard of the human genome project, which is at the moment finalising our genome. A complete genome is a huge amount of data, ours specifies roughly 50,000 proteins. This set of data allows you to estimate the electrostatic charges on all our proteins. Once the charges on proteins are known, statistical mechanics allows you to calculate the consequences of these charges for things such as DNA-protein binding and we know that these charges are products of evolution.

The project will involve using genome data to estimate physical properties of all the proteins in simple organisms (i.e., bacteria, our cells are a bit too complex to study), then statisitical mechanics to estimate simple properties such as the osmotic pressure inside a cell. Then, hopefully, the theory of evolution can be invoked to understand why properties such as the osmotic pressure, and the charges on proteins take the values that they do. The project is pure science not applied -- it is driven by curiosity.

http://www.ph.surrey.ac.uk/~phs1rs/
http://www.ati.surrey.ac.uk/scriba
Wafer bonding, known also as SMARTCUT, is a method of depositing a layer of one material on to another material using ion implantation to facilitate the process. It is a production method for producing silicon-on-insulator material, but little is known about the more complicated systems of, for example GaAs or InP bonded to silicon. We are currently studying wafer bonding of GaAs to silicon and wish to expand our work into more device related studies. These studies could involve other III-V materials as well as GaAs. The plan is to make heterostructure devices of for example, n-type GaAs on p-type Si and to measure the current-voltage and capacitance-voltage characteristics as a function of the process conditions.

Prof Roger P Webb

Professor of Ion Beam Physics
Project Description
The recent development of colliodal quantum dots (QDs) has opened up a new approach to the development of low cost photovoltaic and emitting devices through their incorporation into organic and polymer systems. If this approach is to be successful then the processes that govern the interactions between the QDs and organic materials must be fully understood. In particular, a better understanding the transfer of energy (and charge) in these systems is needed. This is evident from the current state of the art devices that have been produced (especially those that operate in the near infra-red region) that have not realised their promising potential.

This project aims to understand the interactions in these systems in detail through observing in real time the transfer of energy from organic materials to QDs. The results of such experiments will have a direct impact on the current device technology with significantly improved proof of principle device being demonstrated as part of the project

Online Reference
http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/LAE/




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