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Post by Skytroll » Fri Dec 01, 2006 7:56 pm

Money is only green.

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Post by Skytroll » Fri Dec 01, 2006 8:00 pm

Hello to all the people on Mars.

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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 8:13 pm

a helluva long-arse time ago on this very same forum, i posted about Alvin....a machine they use underwater to grab things from the seabed at very deep depths.....

and, i will never forget summer of 96! first summer for me to live in cancun and work/volunteer as a diver., well, i loved nightdiving. On a dive i will never forget....when we were descending down for the dive in pitch black darkness, we all stayed hudled together so we would not lose anyone and take time away from our planned dive. we all had our torches on. I will never forget the damn worm looking creatures all the fudge around me.....thousands of them.....groced me out big time. well, no one said anything after we surfaced and i could not ask them in spanish at the time so, i just chalked it up to nothing big.....but now.....

i think it was tubeworms coming from the vents in the seafloor!!! I never saw it again, but boy was it real!

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computer questions

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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 8:32 pm

Therapeutic Effects of Coenzyme Q10 and Remacemide in Transgenic Mouse Models of Huntington's Disease

dunno if huntingtons disease is part of the plethora of the many ones that constitute our feako disease but hey, i'm gonna try the Q10 instead of the garlic and doxy the cult leaders suggested!


skytroll, note this please:

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) are the largest single class of chemical carcinogens known today1, and are generated primarily by combustion processes2. The latter include stationary sources such as power generation plants, boilers, and heaters as well as mobile ones that include gasoline and diesel engines. In addition, PAH are often associated with soot production, which itself is an environmental hazard and its formation represents a loss in combustion efficiency.

tamtam LOOK! it's your mitichondria perhaps?!

Background: Huntington’s disease (HD) is an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative disorder caused by an expanded repeat of 39 or more glutamines in exon 1 of the huntingtin gene (Htt). Intracellularly, exon 1 is cleaved and the polyQ tracts of many copies of Htt aggregate in the nucleus and neurites. Studies show that the aggregates block axonal transport by binding motor proteins and cytoskeletal components. Also aggregates can be large enough in neuronal processes to physically block transport of vesicles. Therefore, mitochondrial movement may also be affected by Htt aggregation. Mitochondria are critical for the function of the cell because they generate ATP and regulate cytoplasmic calcium. Additionally, mitochondrial transport allows energy to be dispersed to various parts of the neuron where energy is needed. Therefore, impaired mitochondrial movement may be a pathologic mechanism that results in HD neurodegeneration.
Hypothesis: Mutant huntingtin aggregates inhibit mitochondrial trafficking.
Methods: Primary cortical neurons were transfected using the following fluorescent proteins: mitochondrially- targeted monomeric-mRFP and GFP-tagged Htt-exon1-25Q or Htt-exon1-103Q. Htt aggregation and mitochondrial movement were imaged using time-lapse fluorescence microscopy.
Results/Conclusion: Results show that Htt was highly expressed in transfected cells. However, aggregates were formed mostly in cells transfected with mutant Htt. Interestingly, mitochondria that were co-localized to Htt aggregates did not move in most cells. Alternatively, mitochondria from distant sites were still seen to move past the aggregates. Therefore, it is possible that close association of mutant Htt aggregates with mitochondria may inhibit their transport, leading to mitochondrial and cellular dysfunction.
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Post by msc » Fri Dec 01, 2006 8:47 pm

from msc

does anyone have any infor on nano bubbles and they work? and on liguid metal colloids. from what i have read they can make poles or links
right in mid air. are they visible? this nano bubble thing can it build itself around a human being? my friends migraines are getting worse. i can't understand no one helping, especially since she as already researched every chemical and has hard copies to know the side effets and damages.
how come she can't get any relief from these physiscians? why didn't
osu help or any news stations she wrote to. they keep her documents and
photos. she has to drive hours to and from work and try to smile and
put on a happy face when she is in so much pain and driving at night is
worse as these gels and whatever else they used aare really effeted by
lights confusing her on what she is seeing. she has to work to pay the bills
and feed her children, she misses alot of time between her illness and her
children being sick. they have been financially destroyed and no relief in
sight. she can't stand to hear sounds or have lights on at all anymoe, but
darkness is worse because she can see them in the dark, as they glow and are contantly moving and apper to be some type of liguid or gas solution.

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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 9:32 pm

MSC, we MUST find out how to drown out their sonar waves!!! this is what they are doing to us.....just like the fish that kill themselves at the sound of the dam.....or what the sonar does to the whales.

I dunno how to do this but they call it white noise.,....just like they call the white flakes I pee.....white pee/////sorry arse mothers!

does she see sounds yet???/see shapes???

I;m telling you it is the steel!!!! have you every heard atoms move???

that is what she is hearing damm them! okay, you know those fake hairs? they call them fact they are coated with zinc.\\

if the proper flooring is not present say in a computer lab, well they transfer to us and inside the computer too.......


sorry guys, but I asked for rita's address....gonna give it to me?

Hang in there MSC,. i told you to have faith and i had my reasons for saying it too.



Pseudomonas aeruginosa quorum sensing as a potential antimicrobial target


Pseudomonas aeruginosa has two complete quorum-sensing systems. Both of these systems have been shown to be important for Pseudomonas virulence in multiple models of infection. Thus, these systems provide unique targets for novel antimicrobial drugs.
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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 9:40 pm






Hearing in Electromagnetic Fields!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

here you go MSC:

Coherence and multiple scattering effects on acoustic backscattering from linear arrays of gas-filled bubbles
Daniel R. Bruno and Jorge C. Novarini
Laboratorio de Acústica Submarina, Servicio Naval de Investigación y Desarrollo, Av. del Libertador 327, 1638 Vicente López, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Acoustic backscattering of spherical waves from finite linear arrays of gas-filled bubbles, both regular and randomly spaced, is studied numerically including coherence and acoustic interaction to all orders between bubbles. Coherence effects are first examined neglecting multiple scattering. Large effects are observed and the single bubble resonance can be appreciably distorted. The combined effect of coherence and multiple scattering is studied through an interaction parameter which relates the total scattered field intensity and the single scattering incoherent intensity. Regular arrays resonate at the single bubble resonance frequency and when the bubble spacing is a multiple of the incident wavelength. Close to the array, coherence is predominant over multiple scattering. In the farfield, multiple scattering causes an enhancement of the intensity, depending on the bubble spacing. For random arrays only the single bubble resonance subsists and multiple scattering produces a decrement of the field intensity for any average bubble spacing.

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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 10:00 pm

here is what I'm thinking........but don't know for sure...

electomagnetic the link, its wikipedia and it's great!

and :

and it's all about the spin! ... tic_moment

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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 10:11 pm

wtf, what do ya know,. ya'll remember the blogger called tin foil hat merchant , right? well look here:

and MSC, goofy as this might be, try it!

MSC, look here too:

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Post by London » Fri Dec 01, 2006 10:22 pm

F. them, sorry-arse pieces of dog doo!!!!!! F them all!!!!!!

Remote-controlled humans enhance immersive games

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Remote controlled humans might sound a bizarre and nightmarish prospect, but Japanese researchers hope to harness the trick for computer gaming.

By remotely stimulating a person's vestibular system - the fluid-filled tubes in the inner ear that guide their sense of balance - with electrodes placed on the skin just below the ear, researchers at NTT's research laboratories in Kanagawa have found a way to turn humans into oversized radio controlled vehicles. See the system in action, here (8 MB, Mpg format).

The technique, known as galvanic vestibular stimulation (GVS), unbalances a person so that they automatically veer left or right in an attempt to rebalance themselves. The NTT team developed a headset and a control unit similar to that used with remote-controlled toy cars.

The research project went on public display at the 2005 SIGGRAPH, in Los Angeles, US from 2 August. Volunteers were given a chance to experience GVS and, to the amusement of other visitors, were seen careening around the show floor under demonstrators' control.

Gravity shift
Taro Maeda and colleagues at NTT believe the system could primarily be used to make computer games feel more realistic. In a driving game, for example, a player could feel gravity shift as their car hurtles through a tight bend.

"I do think this could find an application in computer gaming," says James Collins, an expert in GVS at Boston University in the US. "You could definitely use it to give the illusion of motion when going through some virtual environment."

"It certainly has some potential in this area," adds Brian Day, an expert at the Institute of Neurology, at University College London. However, Day warns that some evidence suggests extended use of vestibular stimulation at high current can cause tissue damage. "I would imagine that regulatory bodies would not allow GVS to be used in an uncontrolled way," he told New Scientist.

GVS may also find use as a medical therapy, helping patients who have an impaired sense of balance. "There certainly remains an opportunity in the medical sphere," Collins adds.

Collins also points out that a US patent already exists for using GVS as a virtual reality tool. The approach was pioneered in the late 1990s by a company called Virtual Motion, he says.

Now who in the gd hell wants to friggin lie to us some gd more???? HUH???? i don't give a damn if your with the sorry arse gov't are not.....go it? HUH>>>>>????????

why don;t you hook your gd mamma up to one?


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