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Tnx to Breezy and Gulfie :




UCSB RESEARCHERS STUDY OIL CONSUMING BACTERIA IN WAKE OF RECENT HORIZON SPILL
[link to www.dailynexus.com]

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- UCSB scientists recently discovered bacteria feeding on natural gas leaking from the ocean floor at unusually cold temperatures at the site of the Deepwater Horizons oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

- The extensive depth and volume of the spill — predominantly comprised of methane, ethane and propane — allowed Valentine and Redmond to determine the role extreme temperature and natural gas play in bacterial ecosystems.

According to the report, “the colder temperature … [and] high natural gas content of this spill may have provided an advantage to these organisms.”

By June 2010 three bacterial species — Oceanospirillales, Colwellia and Cycloclasticus — residing in waters at 4 degrees Celsius and approximately 1,000 meters below the surface had already consumed the majority of the methane spilled.

Two months after consuming all of the methane, the hungry bacteria had also begun ingesting the remaining ethane and propane.

- “It’s much warmer at the surface than in the deep water — around 80 degrees [Fahrenheit] versus 40 degrees … There was very little natural gas in the surface samples, suggesting that both temperature and natural gas could be important in determining which bacteria bloomed after the spill. The bacteria we saw in the deep-water samples in May and June were related to types of psychrophilic, or cold-loving bacteria,” Redmond said. “Most bacteria grow more slowly at cooler temperatures — that’s why we keep our food in the refrigerator. But psychrophilic bacteria actually grow faster at cold temperatures than they would at room temperature.”

- “They convert the alkenes into alcohols and get energy from that … the carbon provides cellular growth,”

- According to Redmond, temperature is extremely important in the success of the bacteria since other organisms could not survive in such cold environments.

Furthermore, the bacteria’s ability to survive at such cold temperatures while simultaneously incorporating the byproducts of the spill into their diet was an unexpected finding.
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What a diet...methane, ethane and propane...sure wouldn't want to light a fag anywhere near this bacteria.
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RE: We Are Not From The Milky Way Galaxy/ Scientists Prove We're Part Of A Galaxy Merging With The Milky Way!


I've Never Read anything about this before. It blew my mind. . . A whole new way to look at things!

[link to viewzone2.com]
 Quoting: hollyann169



I have read about this in 2003. The Sagittarius Dwarf galaxy had been missed because it was visible only in the infarred.

I was not aware for sure that we are Sagittarians instead of Milkywayians, but it does make sense. This is interesting because if true, it could be the first time entering the Milky way ecliptic. The filament connecting our sun with the Milkyway galactic center (birkeland currents) will be going from a lower potential Galaxy to the higher potential of the Milkyway with unknown results.


I wounder why there hasent been more information on this item??????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2869200



[link to discovermagazine.com]

[link to www.astro.caltech.edu]

Sequence of events:

Inside Scoop:

* May 30th 2006 M. Erwin saw the above new Star Map making the discovery, then personally wrote W. H. Gates III, and also officially registered with the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics the Discovery:

The mystery of why the Milky Way has always been sideways in the night sky has never been answered until now...

We are from another galaxy in process of joining the Milky Way. ( see below-- opens the way for further discoveries: )

[link to www.astronomy.org]

One year later these two supporting funded discoveries were published in the mainstream:

SOLAR SYSTEM & MILKY WAY DOING THE SPLITS

MSNBC News Release:

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

SOLAR SYSTEM STARTED IN A WAY PREVIOUSLY NOT THOUGHT POSSIBLE:

In a breakthrough mainstream Science News Release, information obviating the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy as parent to our Solar System rather than the Milky Way Galaxy as completely plausible was released evidencing our Solar System was actually formed in a whole different elemental galactic setting -- one of Aluminum -- [Dwarf Galaxy Genesis] rather than Iron -- [Milky Way Genesis]. Breakthrough release [link] uncovers new data completely contrary to what the Sciences previously understood or even thought possible:

[link to space.newscientist.com]


Matt --
 Quoting: Anonymous 2542328




BUMP


Words that ring bells !!!
- Dwarf

- Only visable in INFRA RED (>>>>> just like the Brown Dwarf !!)
- it could be the first time entering the Milky way ecliptic ( >>>> THat could also explain why the mayan calender is ending !!! The merging and allignment with the Galactic sun of the MilkyWay will change things for ever, energetical and on different ways.
- birkeland currents (>>> I recently posted about those !)
- going from a lower potential Galaxy to the higher potential of the Milkyway with unknown results
(>>> refering to all we discussed (here) in the BEZERK-thread !)

- our Solar System was actually formed in a whole different elemental galactic setting -- one of Aluminum -- [Dwarf Galaxy Genesis] rather than Iron -- [Milky Way Genesis]. (>>> WOWWWW!!!!! Cool !!)


So becomming part of an other Galaxy explains why TPTB are so afraid LOOSING CONTROL ... and why they are trying everything to encase the Earth in magnetical and technological webs with the means to schield us from the INCOMMING MERGING SIGNALS.
Now that we ENTER the PHOTON-BELT, their influence is taning ... thats why they are so inetrested in Photons and Neutrons, and how they are affecting and changing our DNA.

To me it makes a lot of sence.

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New devellopments in/on THE NEW MADRID FAULTLINE !



A lot of plumes in this region indicates a massive subterranean displacement of materials and are ofter seen prior to large earthquakes.

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--snip--

SOLAR SYSTEM STARTED IN A WAY PREVIOUSLY NOT THOUGHT POSSIBLE:

In a breakthrough mainstream Science News Release, information obviating the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy as parent to our Solar System rather than the Milky Way Galaxy as completely plausible was released evidencing our Solar System was actually formed in a whole different elemental galactic setting -- one of Aluminum -- [Dwarf Galaxy Genesis] rather than Iron -- [Milky Way Genesis]. Breakthrough release [link] uncovers new data completely contrary to what the Sciences previously understood or even thought possible:

[link to space.newscientist.com]


Matt --
 Quoting: Anonymous 2542328




BUMP


Words that ring bells !!!
- Dwarf
- Only visable in INFRA RED (>>>>> just like the Brown Dwarf !!)
- it could be the first time entering the Milky way ecliptic ( >>>> THat could also explain why the mayan calender is ending !!! The merging and allignment with the Galactic sun of the MilkyWay will change things for ever, energetical and on different ways.
- birkeland currents (>>> I recently posted about those !)
- going from a lower potential Galaxy to the higher potential of the Milkyway with unknown results
(>>> refering to all we discussed (here) in the BEZERK-thread !)

- our Solar System was actually formed in a whole different elemental galactic setting -- one of Aluminum -- [Dwarf Galaxy Genesis] rather than Iron -- [Milky Way Genesis]. (>>> WOWWWW!!!!! Cool !!)


So becomming part of an other Galaxy explains why TPTB are so afraid LOOSING CONTROL ... and why they are trying everything to encase the Earth in magnetical and technological webs with the means to schield us from the INCOMMING MERGING SIGNALS.
Now that we ENTER the PHOTON-BELT, their influence is taning ... thats why they are so inetrested in Photons and Neutrons, and how they are affecting and changing our DNA.

To me it makes a lot of sence.
 Quoting: Krispy71



Did some research on Matt's post that we could have formed in a ALUMINIUM stting instead of the assumed IRON/CARBON setting.

This is what I found,
AND IT IS UTTERLY BEZERK !!!!
Many topics we touched and posted about are found back in the wiki page of ALMINIUM !!!




ALUMINIUM


- Aluminium or aluminum (US English) is a silvery white member of the boron group of chemical elements. It has the symbol Al, and its atomic number is 13. It is not soluble in water under normal circumstances. Aluminium is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon), and the most abundant metal, in the Earth's crust. It makes up about 8% by weight of the Earth's solid surface. Aluminium metal is too reactive chemically to occur natively. Instead, it is found combined in over 270 different minerals.[4] The chief ore of aluminium is bauxite.
Aluminium is remarkable for the metal's low density and for its ability to resist corrosion due to the phenomenon of passivation. Structural components made from aluminium and its alloys are vital to the aerospace industry and are important in other areas of transportation and structural materials. The most useful compounds of aluminium, at least on a weight basis, are the oxides and sulfates.
Despite its prevalence in the environment, aluminium salts are not known to be used by any form of life. In keeping with its pervasiveness, it is well tolerated by plants and animals.[5] Because of their prevalence, potential biological roles, beneficial and otherwise, for aluminium compounds are of continuing interest.


-Aluminium is nonmagnetic and does not easily ignite. A fresh film of aluminium film serves as a good reflector (approximately 92%) of visible light and an excellent reflector (as much as 98%) of medium and far infrared radiation

- effectively preventing further oxidation

Anti oxidation, anti oxidant ...


- Aluminium atoms are arranged in a face-centered cubic (fcc) structure. Aluminium has a stacking-fault energy of approximately 200 mJ/m2.
---> stacking-fault energy (SFE) [link to en.wikipedia.org] The stacking-fault energy (SFE) is a material property on a very small scale. It is noted as γSFE in units of joules per square metre. A stacking fault is a one or two layer interruption in the stacking sequence of the crystal structure. These interruptions carry a certain stacking fault energy. The width of stacking fault is a consequence of the balance between the repulsive force between two partial dislocations on one hand and the attractive force due to the surface tension of the stacking fault on the other hand. The equilibrium width is determined by the stacking fault energy. When the SFE is high, the dissociation of a perfect dislocation into two partial is unlikely and the material deforms only by dislocation glide. Lower SFE materials display wider stacking faults and have more difficulties for cross-slip and climb. The SFE modifies the ability of a dislocation in a crystal to glide onto an intersecting slip plane.
--> SLIP PLANE [link to en.wikipedia.org] In materials science, Slip is the process by which plastic deformation is produced by a dislocation motion. By an external force, parts of the crystal lattice glide along each other, resulting in a changed geometry of the material. Depending on the type of lattice, different slip systems are present in the material.

Somehow the above felt important to MORPHING : dislocation ... balance between repulsive forces, surface tension, deformation, glide into an other plane, by external force, changed geometry of the material ....


- Aluminium is a good thermal and electrical conductor ... Aluminium is capable of being a superconductor

- Stable aluminium is created when hydrogen fuses with magnesium either in large stars or in supernovae

- Al has a natural abundance above 99.9%. Al is produced from argon in the atmosphere by spallation caused by cosmic-ray protons. Aluminium isotopes have found practical application in dating marine sediments, manganese nodules, glacial ice, quartz in rock exposures, and meteorites.

Hmmm Cosmic Ray protons !!! ...lol.... we are bombarded with them lately !


- Cosmogenic Al was first applied in studies of the Moon and meteorites. Meteoroid fragments, after departure from their parent bodies, are exposed to intense cosmic-ray bombardment during their travel through space, causing substantial Al production. After falling to Earth, atmospheric shielding drastically reduces Al production, and its decay can then be used to determine the meteorite's terrestrial age. Meteorite research has also shown that Al was relatively abundant at the time of formation of our planetary system. Most meteorite scientists believe that the energy released by the decay of Al was responsible for the melting and differentiation of some asteroids after their formation 4.55 billion years ago

-u]In the Earth's crust, aluminium is the most abundant (8.3% by weight) metallic element and the third most abundant of all elements (after oxygen and silicon).



BINGO !!!!!!!

- aluminium metal can be found as a minor phase in low oxygen fugacity environments, such as the interiors of certain volcanoes
- Native aluminium has been reported in cold seeps in the northeastern continental slope of the South China Sea and Chen et al. (2011) have proposed a theory of its origin as resulting by reduction from tetrahydroxoaluminate Al(OH)4- to metallic aluminium by bacteria.

??????? AUGIE ???????? ... and WHY VENTER had to CREATE his SYNTHIA!!! and WHY OIL is linked/recovered/remediated (spill's fought with) with BACTERIA

- Although aluminium is an extremely common and widespread element, the common aluminium minerals are not economic sources of the metal. Almost all metallic aluminium is produced from the ore bauxite. Bauxite occurs as a weathering product of low iron and silica bedrock in tropical climatic conditions. Large deposits of bauxite occur in Australia, Brazil, Guinea and Jamaica and the primary mining areas for the ore are in Australia, Brazil, China, India, Guinea, Indonesia, Jamaica, Russia and Surinam.

Could this be a ??? Link between AUgie and Tropical/warm conditions/climats ????
And the mining area's are (if I am correct) all coincedently linked with 'NON-ODESSA' or 'aligned with CHINA countries' ..... ????





ALU is superior to IRON :

- Aluminium forms strong chemical bonds with oxygen. Compared to most other metals, it is difficult to extract from ore, such as bauxite, due to the energy required to reduce aluminium oxide (Al2O3). For example, direct reduction with carbon, as is used to produce iron, is not chemically possible, since aluminium is a stronger reducing agent than carbon.

- Aluminium oxide has a melting point of about 2,000 °C (3,600 °F). Therefore, it must be extracted by electrolysis. In this process, the aluminium oxide is dissolved in molten cryolite with calcium fluoride and then reduced to the pure metal. Cryolite is found as a mineral in Greenland ... The aluminium oxide (a white powder) is obtained by refining bauxite in the Bayer process of Karl Bayer.

GREENLAND was a SPLASHZONE !!!



- The electrolytic process replaced the Wöhler process, which involved the reduction of anhydrous aluminium chloride with potassium. Both of the electrodes used in the electrolysis of aluminium oxide are carbon.]

-The metal was first produced in 1825 (in an impure form) by Danish physicist and chemist Hans Christian Ørsted. He reacted anhydrous aluminium chloride with potassiumamalgam and yielded a lump of metal looking similar to tin. Friedrich Wöhler was aware of these experiments and cited them, but after redoing the experiments of Ørsted he concluded that
this metal was pure potassium

POTASSIUM !!!!! & electrolysis .... (Remember the talks of MONATOM about the WHITE ELECTROLYSIS POWDER !!!!!) ...
And remember my posts about the links between POTASSIUM - NEUTRINO's in the Earth's crust and core !!!!!
So it seems that ALU is also a very important KEY in the whole BEZERK-thing !!!!!



- Before the Hall-Héroult process was developed in the late 1880s, aluminium was exceedingly difficult to extract from its various ores. This made pure aluminium more valuable than gold


- Smelters tend to be situated where electric power is both plentiful and inexpensive, such as the United Arab Emirates with excess natural gas supplies and Iceland and Norway with energy generated from renewable sources. The world's largest smelters of alumina are People's Republic of China, Russia, and Quebec and British Columbia in Canada.
In 2005, the People's Republic of China was the top producer of aluminium with almost a one-fifth world share, followed by Russia, Canada, and the USA. Over the last 50 years, Australia has become a major producer of bauxite ore and a major producer and exporter of alumina (before being overtaken by China in 2007). Australia produced 62 million tonnes of bauxite in 2005. The Australian deposits have some refining problems, some being high in silica, but have the advantage of being shallow and relatively easy to mine

- Aluminium is theoretically 100% recyclable without any loss of its natural qualities

- Aluminium forms one stable oxide, known by its mineral name corundum. Sapphire and ruby are impure corundum contaminated with trace amounts of other metals.
Corundum is a crystalline form of aluminium oxide [link to en.wikipedia.org]


- Ancient Greeks and Romans used aluminium salts as dyeing mordants and as astringents for dressing wounds; alum is still used as a styptic

Again a reference to AUgie and WOUNDS ... BHD and I talked about AUgie being sort of a lymphatic fluid that was attracted to wounds in the Earths crust/templates .... It could indeed well be STYPTIC [link to en.wikipedia.org]


-The name aluminium derives from its status as a base of alum. It is borrowed from Old French; its ultimate source, alumen, in turn is a Latin word that literally means "bitter salt".

SALT !!!!!


- aluminium is remarkably nontoxic. In very high doses, aluminium is associated with altered function of the blood-brain barrier.



I say : WOW .....
Earth (and our solarsystem) could indeed have been part of an ALU-based galaxy ....
This might be no BS at all ....


Also remember that in the Myths about Tiamath Amaru, The mother of all life on Earth, is spoken of the fact that SHE came FROM somewhere else (as in GALAXY),
her body was split in 3 by the Annunaki Marduck : in The Earth-waters, the astroidbelt and the moon.

One reason for the interpretation that Tiamat was from 'an OTHER Galaxy/solarsystem' is the mythical fact that her compagnion APSU was killed by Marduck a 'younger diety'. Tiamath was 'married' to Absu, and Absu = the sun ... A sun.
The myths talk about it as result of revolts and creating chaos in the OLD Galaxy ---> which one could interpreted as a drifting solarsystem or even a Galaxy that is colliding with an other 'YOUNGER' Galaxy .... of which Marduck (aka Annunaki) was part of. That, according to the myths resulted in the Earth, moon and astroidbelt : the 3 parts in which Tiamat was "slain" by Marduck ... This explains the differences in DNA between the Annunaki and the ORIGIONAL ELDER RACE of the system that Tiamath belonged to. The Annunaki created "their slaves/HUmans" out of the RIB of ADAM (= Annunaki DNA) and mingled it with the origional DNA (= Mithogondrial DNA of Tiamath) (Science has proven that Mithogondrial EVE-DNA is OLDER then the ADAM-DNA.)

This also explains why TIAMATH is often depicted as EVIL, BAD and an angry Dragon ---> she as part of that drifting/colliding solarsystem/galaxy is seen as the INVADING force, angry because her "husband"/the Sun was 'killed' ..robably destroyed by the forces of merging cosmical body's ...

MARDUCK is also named NIBIRU (planet of the Annunaki), ...
Now I personally think that it is possible that APSU was killed/destroyed when Nibiru --the binary twin of the SUN that we know as our own-- was far away in its procession, and encountered Tiamath (and her sons, aka satellites and smaller planets of the system) as well there. By the time that Nibiru/Marduck neared the inner planets of this/our solarsystem again in its cycle (maybe 36 thousand years later) it made Tiamath gave her place in the inner solarsystem. (remember the stories of 'revolts in heaven' and the CRASH and COLLISION of planets which resulted in placing the MOON around Earth and the Hammered Belt/astroidbelt as result of a destroyed planet)

"The summerian 'Epic of creation' describes how the passage of Nibiru through the inner solar system broke up A ROUGE PLANET : Tiamat, TO FORM EARTH, the moon -Kingu- and the astroid-belt (Hammered bracelet).

Here an other piece of proof that the Old was 'changed' and that after that the GODS were created (aka the Annunaki encountered Tiamath and Absu)

< "quoting from the Enûma Elish:

When in the heights Heaven had not been named,
And below, Earth had not been called;
Naught, but primordial APSU, their Begetter,
MUMMU, and TIAMAT -- she who bore them all;
Their waters were mingled together.

No reed had yet formed, no marshland had appeared.
None of the gods had yet been brought into being,
None bore a name, their destinies were underdetermined;
Then it was that gods were formed in their midst. " >




The MERGING of these planets in far far away times millions/billions of years ago, could be the reason why some planets are OFF in their rotation, or even REVERSE rotations (Venus & Uranus), or why planets have a strange composition and magnetical fields (Neptune & Uranus) ...

Example:
An ocean of diamond could help explain the orientation of Uranus' and Neptune's magnetic field as well, said Eggert. Roughly speaking, the Earth's magnetic poles match up with the geographic poles. The magnetic and geographic poles on Uranus and Neptune do not match up; in fact, they can be up to 60 degrees off of the north-south axis.
A huge ocean of liquid diamond in the right place could deflect or tilt the magnetic field out of alignment with the rotation of the planet.

[link to news.discovery.com]


So several planets of this/our solarsystem could be not ORIGIONAL to this Suns solarsystem ...
This solarsystem might have older stephbrothers and sisters adopted when Tiamath and Co merged with this part of the Galaxy ...

This could explain a lot of ODD events and things that astronomers see and measure in our Galaxy, for which they have -yet- no answers or explenations or proved thesises.
They for example have no clue where certain amounts of neutrino's and cosmic rays are comming from (direction). It is indeed never SEEN how our OWN GALAXY LOOKS LIKE. Nasa admitted it "estimated and guessed" how OUR SPIRAL looked, and it is a reason why recently a 'NEW PART' (only in IR) was discovered
[link to www.scientificamerican.com]

It ALL makes more sence now !!!


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It is not Space rubble.

it is not Space rubble.

Wood said worst winter yet 2011

1t is not space rubble.

Jellyfish Pocket Level.

fish, its whats for dinner.
 Quoting: 6 String Woodie 4403440


I think you might be right Woody. I remember in 1976, the blizzard we experienced. With subzero temperatures and wind chill factors that made traveling impossible. Dangerous times for drivers, especially rural ones.

Here is an article from this week, with so many asteroids about, it's hard to say just which they were talking about in the video. The video also has information on the X Flare we just had and shows how much plasma/whatever the CME blew out into space.

Are you still messing with eating fish? No offense, but no fish products have passed my lips since the start of this thread. How are you doing friend, I so hope you are feeling better.

hf


lol, edit to add link!


[link to abcnews.go.com]

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ah i miss this thread
ever since the gulf "incident" this world has gotten so much worse.

its nice to see the old post though, that cool.
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Popcorn


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it's what's for breakfast

getting curiouser & curiouser

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:bighug:

... for the one who (anonimusly) longated my membership here on GLP ...
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Well, ~ <KRISPY>I wonder who that was?

If it was me, then a :bighug: back to you!

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It is not Space rubble.

it is not Space rubble.

Wood said worst winter yet 2011
1t is not space rubble.

Jellyfish Pocket Level.

fish, its whats for dinner.
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ISSW 2011 1 JPL

[link to isswsites.com] [International Snow Science Workshop (ISSW)] "Wood said worst winter yet".
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It is not Space rubble.

it is not Space rubble.

Wood said worst winter yet 2011
1t is not space rubble.

Jellyfish Pocket Level.

fish, its whats for dinner.
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ISSW 2011 1 JPL

[link to isswsites.com] [International Snow Science Workshop (ISSW)] "Wood said worst winter yet".
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wowww ... tnx !!
I totally overlooked the code !!
Fantastic !

thumbsup
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Thread: OCCUPY is SET IN MOTION (by tptb)
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Yep, absolutely right.
TPTB have been waiting for a reaction from humanity, or perhaps pre-empting one, so they can steer us to their solution of global control.
The Anonymous agenda is another operation along the same lines. Always felt that was creepy from the start.
TPTB are trickier than a cart load of monkeys...we sure need to be on our guard, and especially so where any further centralised control is offered as the answer to all ills.
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Thank you COSMOS,
I am glad you have the same thoughts !!!

I also wondered about the Anonymousity (spelling ?) ...


Maybe this (the OCCUPY-thing) also is to be lead back to the 9 events that OP/ACO told us about ... who knows ...
time will tell ;)
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SOMETHING THAT WAS RELEASED AND USED (TESTED) IN THE GOM,
IS ABOUT TO GO VIRAL/GLOBAL :

SYNTHIA was the first,
she was followed by cousins,
and now the family expands drastic.

The FRANKEN-CELLS of Craig VENTER:




An 'Operating System' That Runs on Cells Could Create Whole New Life Forms
[link to www.popsci.com]

the team is trying to create a “reprogrammable cell” that can act as the in vivo cell equivalent to a computer’s operating system. In other words, they are trying to create cellular software that would let researchers alter living cells without changing their hardware.

...

Scientists could easily and quickly program cells to perform all kinds of tasks as well as create wholly new forms of life not found in nature customized for various uses. That’s another way of saying the “operating system” would allow for rapid prototyping of life forms, saving the time and energy currently consumed by returning to the drawing board each time researchers need a cell with a new function.

...

Customized living cells could be tailored to clean up environmental disasters, scrub unwanted carbon from the air, pull pollutants from drinking water, attack pathogens inside the human body, protect food sources from agricultural pests--the list is potentially endless. An operating system for cells would be a vital enabling technology.




OR... could be attacking the internal body of humans ...

I SAY : BRRRRRRRR... scary ... and BEZERK.
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Wierd grids and structures in China ... [link to www.viewzone.com]


Very interresting ! scratching
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For those who remember our ALGAE-investigations and research in the GOM ....
THIS fits like a perfect puzzle !



LANL develops first genetically engineered 'magnetic' algae
[link to www.physorg.com]

LANL scientists have genetically engineered "magnetic" algae to investigate alternative, more efficient harvesting and lipid extraction methods for biofuels. The researchers seek to reduce the cost of algae-based biofuel production. Currently, used algae-harvesting and lipid-extraction technology accounts for almost 30 percent of the total cost of algae-based biofuel production.

By inducing paramagnetic properties in algae, a permanent magnet-based separation could provide a low-cost alternative to current technologies. The project, led by Pulak Nath of the Lab's Applied Modern Physics group and Scott Twary of LANL's Biosecurity and Public Health group took a gene that is known to form magnetic nanoparticles in magnetotactic bacteria and expressed it in green algae.

Magnetotactic bacteria are anaerobic microorganisms that follow the earth’s magnetic field to avoid exposure to oxygen.

A permanent magnet can be used to separate the transformed algae from a solution. The scientists think that the magnetic nanoparticles formed within the algae cause the cells to respond to magnetic fields. These biogenic magnetic nanoparticles could also be harvested separately and used as a valuable coproduct for biomedical imaging and cancer treatments.

Other LANL team members include student Maria Avrutsky and postdoctoral researcher Chaitanya Chandrana
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Very interresting ! scratching
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Yeah, I saw this the other day, and started poking around on Google Earth. If you scroll over the little boxes that will give information, this is all located inside the Yumen Fortress. I am going to put down some more Lat. & Long. coordinates that you can look at inside the fortress. Really interesting what you can find & see.

40 30'37.36"N
93 14'10.72"E
This will put you at an odd entrance into the fortress.
And when you put your mouse over one of the information blocks it say; China Xinjiang Urumqi-Welcome to tour the-and then the rest is in Russian! Interesting.

40 19'22.95"N
93 15'28.42"E

40 25'31.12"N
93 15'00.22"E
These 2 coordinates will show you what I believe are underground ICBM missile launch sites. (If you follow the wide trench line from the furthest one out, i will lead you back to the entrance to the fortress, and what seems to be some kind of power station).

40 27'31.07"N
93 18'47.45"E
If you zoom in, you will see a circle with 3 (current, if you change the date, there were 4) what looks to be Russian made bombers. (I do not really know planes, so if I am wrong, someone please correct me.

If you zoom in on these coordinates, it is really interesting what you will find. Looking around inside this fortress and around the blueish looking runways, you will see where they have been test bombing around them. Even some of the small buildings seem to have had some type of explosion.

I would love to post pictures of these, but really do not know how to transfer the images from Google Earth. Hope someone can help me out in this.

You gotta love Google Earth!spock
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THREAD: Your Attention Please...Prepare For Quarantine...the Occupy Movement can be used as a vector for NDM-1...


Prepare for Quarantine

Tuberculosis
The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where protesters have been occupying have contracted the drug-resistant disease.

The Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless has indicated that two cases have been made public knowledge to the group, the first coming from someone who contracted the disease in September. The identities of the people who have contracted the disease, however, have not been disclosed by the health department to this point.

The news of the tuberculosis contractions could force Occupy Atlanta to move once again.
...They are spreading TB; Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to atlanta.cbslocal.com]


Zuccotti Lung
That's what demonstrators have dubbed the sickness that seems to be spreading among them at an unpleasantly high rate these days: "It's a real thing," Willie Carey, 28, told the New York Times.

With little sleep in cold conditions, cigarettes and drinks being passed from mouth to mouth, and few opportunities to wash hands, Zuccotti Park may now just be the best place to catch respiratory viruses, norovirus (also known as the winter vomiting virus) and tuberculosis, according to one doctor.

Fancy name for...Pneumonic plague - can be caused in two ways: primary, which results from the inhalation of aerosolised plague bacteria, or secondary, when septicemic plague spreads into lung tissue from the bloodstream. Pneumonic plague is not exclusively vector-borne like bubonic plague; instead it can be spread from person to person. There have been cases of pneumonic plague resulting from the dissection or handling of contaminated animal tissue. This is one type of the formerly known Black Death.[1] It could kill 90%–95% of a population if the victims coughed and passed on the bacteria.

Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to www.nbcnewyork.com]





This bug will be biblical...big 1

So, is this how TPTB will reduce humanity to under 500,000,000? This topic has been vetted many, but not with this grave scenario.

A super enhancement of any of our common bugs will be disastrous. Imagine coughing and crapping until you die because there's no treatment, or even worse; your entire family is ill with no available treatment...

The National EAS test is poised to carry this short message...

[link to www.bt.cdc.gov]

-This is an urgent health message from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
-Public health officials believe that the bacteria that cause pneumonic plague may have been deliberately released into the air in the xxx area.
-Pneumonic plague is a life-threatening, serious infection of the lungs caused by inhaling the bacteria.
-At this time, we have not confirmed the deliberate release of plague and do not know the extent or source of the outbreak.
-Local, state, and federal officials, including HHS, FBI, and Homeland Security, are working together. Updated announcements will be made as soon as officials know more.
-Plague can be spread from person to person. Avoid close contact with people who have plague symptoms.
-Ill persons should seek care immediately.
-Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches and chills, chest pain, and cough. Some people may cough up blood and have stomach pains. Most people develop symptoms within 1 to 4 days after exposure.
-Because flu and plague symptoms may be similar early in the illness, anyone with symptoms of the flu or pneumonic plague should seek medical care right away.
-Although a type of plague called bubonic plague does occasionally occur naturally in some parts of the country, pneumonic plague is even less frequent , which is the cause for concern.
-We have challenges ahead, and we are working to find out more about this outbreak. By staying informed and following instructions from health officials, you can protect yourself, your family, and the community against this public health threat.
-Go to [insert local media information here] to hear the latest information from local officials.
-For more information about the plague, visit the HHS Web site at http:www.hhs.gov, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) plague page at [link to www.bt.cdc.gov] or call the CDC Hotline at 1-800-CDC-INFO for the latest information.

(NDM-1) HERE IT IS...

NDM-1 is a gene that helps bacteria resist nearly all antibiotics is present in bacteria.

The investigators are especially concerned because the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM) 1 gene has been detected in bacteria that cause cholera and dysentery.

NDM-1 now appears to be widespread in the environment and that points to the critical need for action to limit the global spread of NDM-1-producing bacteria, said Timothy Walsh, of Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, and colleagues.
[link to health.usnews.com]

The DNA code can easily jump from one bacteria strain to another through horizontal gene transfer. IF NDM-1 jumps to an already antibiotic-resistant bacterium, there is a risk of seriously dangerous infections which would spread rapidly from human-to-human. These infections might be untreatable.
[link to www.gdipc.org]

This gene can supercharge the following common bacterial diseases:

The below bacterias are associated with many common illnesses and conditions.

Respiratory Infections Upper respiratory tract infections. Upper respiratory tract infections are a leading cause of time lost from work and school (Madoff LC et al 2004). Bacteria account for up to 25 percent of upper respiratory tract infections. Group A streptococci are responsible for 95 percent of the cases of strep throat in the United States (Goldmann O et al 2003; O'Brien KL et al 2002). Strep throat is most common in children and adolescents (aged 3 years to 18 years). Other pathogens include Haemophilus influenzae (Echave P et al 2003; Robinson KA et al 2001).

Otitis media. Middle ear infections are the most common bacterial infections in children in the United States. By the age of 3 years, two-thirds of American children have had at least one episode of otitis media, and the other third has had three or more episodes. S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause (Leibovitz E et al 2004).

Lower respiratory tract infections. Common lower respiratory tract infections include acute, chronic, and health care–associated pneumonia and bronchitis (Garcia Ordonez MA et al 1999; Hedlund J 1995). S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause of community-acquired lung infections and pneumonia. Lower respiratory tract infections can occur in both healthy and immunocompromised individuals.

Tuberculosis (TB). An estimated 15 million people in the United States are infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Dai G et al 1998; Skamene E 1991). Of these, however, far fewer will actually develop clinically evident disease. Whether TB infection will progress to disease depends on a person's nutritional status. TB occurs disproportionately in poorer populations. Infection is more likely to occur in people aged 15 to 25 years, those older than age 60 years, people with HIV, or people who have been incarcerated for longer than 6 months ( Fleischmann RD et al 2002). In prisons in particular, overcrowding and the frequent movement of prisoners between cells is a factor in the spread of infection (Lobacheva T et al. 2005). It is important to note that the antibiotics used as first-line treatments in TB, such as Isoniazid, are known to cause deficiencies in vitamin B6 (NIH 2005).

Gastrointestinal Infection Infectious diarrhea is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide (Marignani M et al 2004; Reinert P 1993). In the United States, 100 million people are affected by acute diarrhea every year. Most diarrhea is viral (not bacterial) in origin, but bacteria remain an important cause. Nearly half of patients with acute diarrhea must restrict activities, 10 percent consult physicians, 250,000 require hospitalization, and approximately 3000 die. Common bacterial pathogens that cause diarrhea include Campylobacter species, salmonella, shigella, and E. coli O157:H7.

Campylobacter Jejuni. C. jejuni is the most common cause of bacterial diarrhea in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 1 million Americans are affected yearly. Previously, most cases of bacterial diarrhea were caused by salmonella, but the increased use of antibiotics in poultry- and cattle-feed has been linked to the increasing incidence of drug-resistant C. jejuni (Butzler JP 2004; Moore JE et al 2005; Takkinen J et al 2003). Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially chicken) and water, or contact with infected animals (especially cats and puppies) (Kasper DL et al 2004).

Salmonella. Salmonellosis is the second most frequent cause of bacterial disease in the United States. In 2002, more than 44,000 cases were reported to the CDC. Mild infections often are undiagnosed or unreported, so incidence may be 30 or more times greater than reported (Gold HS et al 2000). Infections with Salmonella species include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps (Murray et al 1998). The elderly, infants, and people with impaired immune systems are at greater risk of severe disease. Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially eggs) or water, or contact with infected animals (reptiles) (Conte JE Jr 2002; Howard BJ et al 1994).

Shigella. Shigella species infection causes a watery or bloody diarrhea with abdominal pain, fever, and malaise. An estimated 448,240 cases occur in the United States yearly. Groups at highest risk in the United States are children in child care centers, individuals in custodial institutions, and international travelers (Gold HS et al 2000; Madoff LC et al 2004).

Escherichia coli O157:H7. E. coli O157:H7 is associated with a severe diarrheal disease called hemolytic uremic syndrome. It has caused several nationally prominent outbreaks of food poisoning. An estimated 73,000 cases are reported in the United States annually (Conte JE Jr 2002). Transmission is through contaminated hamburger meat, apple cider, and fruits and vegetables (Madoff LC et al 2004).
Helicobacter pylori. H. pylori is the most common chronic infection in humans (Basso D et al 2004; Go MF 2002). Acute infection causes abdominal pain, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. H. pylori is the major cause of gastritis and peptic ulcers in adults and children (Zambon CF et al 2002). H. pylori impairs absorption of nutrients, altering the balance of iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin C, and beta-carotene.

Skin Infection Skin infections include impetigo, boils, carbuncles, cellulitis, and complications from burns (Gelfand JA 1984; Gold HS et al 2000). Common pathogens include Staphylococcus aureus, group A streptococci, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Baggett HC et al 2004; Toshkova K et al 2001; Wysocki AB 2002). Impetigo, a skin infection caused mostly by group A streptococci, can cause severe kidney inflammation, sometimes resulting in kidney failure.

Urinary tract infections are the most common, followed by pneumonias, skin and soft tissue infections, and invasive bloodstream infections. Surgical wound infections account for 20 percent to 30 percent of cases, but contribute to as many as 57 percent of extra hospital days and 42 percent of extra costs. Staphylococcus epidermidis, S. aureus, Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus faecalis, E. coli, Enterobacter species, and P. aeruginosa are common pathogens in wound infections (Goldmann DA et al 1996; Weinstein RA 1991).

CRKP and MRSA Klebsiella is a common type of gram-negative bacteria that are found in our intestines (where the bugs don’t cause disease). The CRKP strain is resistant to almost all antibiotics, including carbapenems, the so-called “antibiotics of last resort.” MRSA (methacillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) is a type of bacteria that live on the skin and can burrow deep into the body if someone has cuts or wounds, including those from surgery.
[link to www.lef.org]


........damned

Operation Sea-Spray demonstrated how to vector such bugs to the population

Thread: Operation Sea-Spray is back...9 dead in Alabama hospitals after receiving IV contaminated with Serratia Marcescens bacteria

Serratia Marcescens strains are resistant to several antibiotics.

(On September 26 and 27, 1950, the United States Navy conducted a secret experiment named "Operation Sea-Spray" in which some S. marcescens was released by bursting balloons of it over urban areas of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. Although the Navy later claimed the bacteria were harmless, beginning on September 29 eleven patients at a local hospital developed very rare, serious urinary tract infections and one of these individuals, Edward J. Nevin, died. Cases of pneumonia in San Francisco also increased after S. marcescens was released.)

All part of the plan...get ready for the plague
 Quoting: CrazyBud




I was thinking that this NDM-1 could be related to SYNTHIA and the illnesses that appeared after the DWH-oil spill in the GOM --> respiratoty problems and skin problems, blood/bleeding (internal) problems, diareah, ....
We know that SYNTHIA was ANTI-BIOTIC RESISTANT

See this article for more info and details about the Gulf-Blue-Plague : [link to worldvisionportal.org]

Here more links to news articles about NDM-1 :
[link to articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com]



I already posted a thread myself about OCCUPY being a MEANS and a WAY for TPTB :
Thread: OCCUPY is SET IN MOTION (by tptb)



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Thank you COSMOS,
I am glad you have the same thoughts !!!

I also wondered about the Anonymousity (spelling ?) ...


Maybe this (the OCCUPY-thing) also is to be lead back to the 9 events that OP/ACO told us about ... who knows ...
time will tell ;)
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The (9) returning Mayan Gods. Each has a role, each has a punishment or path for Humanity. They are playing out their songs as we speak.
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This is an excellent catch, I too will investigate further, warrants some attention indeed.

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Very interresting ! scratching
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Thread: Your Attention Please...Prepare For Quarantine...the Occupy Movement can be used as a vector for NDM-1... (Page 2)


Prepare for Quarantine

Tuberculosis
The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where protesters have been occupying have contracted the drug-resistant disease.

The Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless has indicated that two cases have been made public knowledge to the group, the first coming from someone who contracted the disease in September. The identities of the people who have contracted the disease, however, have not been disclosed by the health department to this point.

The news of the tuberculosis contractions could force Occupy Atlanta to move once again.
...They are spreading TB; Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to atlanta.cbslocal.com]


Zuccotti Lung
That's what demonstrators have dubbed the sickness that seems to be spreading among them at an unpleasantly high rate these days: "It's a real thing," Willie Carey, 28, told the New York Times.

With little sleep in cold conditions, cigarettes and drinks being passed from mouth to mouth, and few opportunities to wash hands, Zuccotti Park may now just be the best place to catch respiratory viruses, norovirus (also known as the winter vomiting virus) and tuberculosis, according to one doctor.

Fancy name for...Pneumonic plague - can be caused in two ways: primary, which results from the inhalation of aerosolised plague bacteria, or secondary, when septicemic plague spreads into lung tissue from the bloodstream. Pneumonic plague is not exclusively vector-borne like bubonic plague; instead it can be spread from person to person. There have been cases of pneumonic plague resulting from the dissection or handling of contaminated animal tissue. This is one type of the formerly known Black Death.[1] It could kill 90%–95% of a population if the victims coughed and passed on the bacteria.

Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to www.nbcnewyork.com]





This bug will be biblical...big 1


---snip---


The National EAS test is poised to carry this short message...

[link to www.bt.cdc.gov]

-This is an urgent health message from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
-Public health officials believe that the bacteria that cause pneumonic plague may have been deliberately released into the air in the xxx area.
-Pneumonic plague is a life-threatening, serious infection of the lungs caused by inhaling the bacteria.
-At this time, we have not confirmed the deliberate release of plague and do not know the extent or source of the outbreak.
-Local, state, and federal officials, including HHS, FBI, and Homeland Security, are working together. Updated announcements will be made as soon as officials know more.
-Plague can be spread from person to person. Avoid close contact with people who have plague symptoms.
-Ill persons should seek care immediately.
-Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches and chills, chest pain, and cough. Some people may cough up blood and have stomach pains. Most people develop symptoms within 1 to 4 days after exposure.
-Because flu and plague symptoms may be similar early in the illness, anyone with symptoms of the flu or pneumonic plague should seek medical care right away.
-Although a type of plague called bubonic plague does occasionally occur naturally in some parts of the country, pneumonic plague is even less frequent , which is the cause for concern.
-We have challenges ahead, and we are working to find out more about this outbreak. By staying informed and following instructions from health officials, you can protect yourself, your family, and the community against this public health threat.
-Go to [insert local media information here] to hear the latest information from local officials.
-For more information about the plague, visit the HHS Web site at http:www.hhs.gov, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) plague page at [link to www.bt.cdc.gov] or call the CDC Hotline at 1-800-CDC-INFO for the latest information.

(NDM-1) HERE IT IS...

NDM-1 is a gene that helps bacteria resist nearly all antibiotics is present in bacteria.

The investigators are especially concerned because the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM) 1 gene has been detected in bacteria that cause cholera and dysentery.

NDM-1 now appears to be widespread in the environment and that points to the critical need for action to limit the global spread of NDM-1-producing bacteria, said Timothy Walsh, of Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, and colleagues.
[link to health.usnews.com]

The DNA code can easily jump from one bacteria strain to another through horizontal gene transfer. IF NDM-1 jumps to an already antibiotic-resistant bacterium, there is a risk of seriously dangerous infections which would spread rapidly from human-to-human. These infections might be untreatable.
[link to www.gdipc.org]

This gene can supercharge the following common bacterial diseases:

The below bacterias are associated with many common illnesses and conditions.

Respiratory Infections Upper respiratory tract infections. Upper respiratory tract infections are a leading cause of time lost from work and school (Madoff LC et al 2004). Bacteria account for up to 25 percent of upper respiratory tract infections. Group A streptococci are responsible for 95 percent of the cases of strep throat in the United States (Goldmann O et al 2003; O'Brien KL et al 2002). Strep throat is most common in children and adolescents (aged 3 years to 18 years). Other pathogens include Haemophilus influenzae (Echave P et al 2003; Robinson KA et al 2001).

Otitis media. Middle ear infections are the most common bacterial infections in children in the United States. By the age of 3 years, two-thirds of American children have had at least one episode of otitis media, and the other third has had three or more episodes. S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause (Leibovitz E et al 2004).

Lower respiratory tract infections. Common lower respiratory tract infections include acute, chronic, and health care–associated pneumonia and bronchitis (Garcia Ordonez MA et al 1999; Hedlund J 1995). S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause of community-acquired lung infections and pneumonia. Lower respiratory tract infections can occur in both healthy and immunocompromised individuals.

Tuberculosis (TB). An estimated 15 million people in the United States are infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Dai G et al 1998; Skamene E 1991). Of these, however, far fewer will actually develop clinically evident disease. Whether TB infection will progress to disease depends on a person's nutritional status. TB occurs disproportionately in poorer populations. Infection is more likely to occur in people aged 15 to 25 years, those older than age 60 years, people with HIV, or people who have been incarcerated for longer than 6 months ( Fleischmann RD et al 2002). In prisons in particular, overcrowding and the frequent movement of prisoners between cells is a factor in the spread of infection (Lobacheva T et al. 2005). It is important to note that the antibiotics used as first-line treatments in TB, such as Isoniazid, are known to cause deficiencies in vitamin B6 (NIH 2005).

Gastrointestinal Infection Infectious diarrhea is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide (Marignani M et al 2004; Reinert P 1993). In the United States, 100 million people are affected by acute diarrhea every year. Most diarrhea is viral (not bacterial) in origin, but bacteria remain an important cause. Nearly half of patients with acute diarrhea must restrict activities, 10 percent consult physicians, 250,000 require hospitalization, and approximately 3000 die. Common bacterial pathogens that cause diarrhea include Campylobacter species, salmonella, shigella, and E. coli O157:H7.

Campylobacter Jejuni. C. jejuni is the most common cause of bacterial diarrhea in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 1 million Americans are affected yearly. Previously, most cases of bacterial diarrhea were caused by salmonella, but the increased use of antibiotics in poultry- and cattle-feed has been linked to the increasing incidence of drug-resistant C. jejuni (Butzler JP 2004; Moore JE et al 2005; Takkinen J et al 2003). Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially chicken) and water, or contact with infected animals (especially cats and puppies) (Kasper DL et al 2004).

Salmonella. Salmonellosis is the second most frequent cause of bacterial disease in the United States. In 2002, more than 44,000 cases were reported to the CDC. Mild infections often are undiagnosed or unreported, so incidence may be 30 or more times greater than reported (Gold HS et al 2000). Infections with Salmonella species include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps (Murray et al 1998). The elderly, infants, and people with impaired immune systems are at greater risk of severe disease. Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially eggs) or water, or contact with infected animals (reptiles) (Conte JE Jr 2002; Howard BJ et al 1994).

Shigella. Shigella species infection causes a watery or bloody diarrhea with abdominal pain, fever, and malaise. An estimated 448,240 cases occur in the United States yearly. Groups at highest risk in the United States are children in child care centers, individuals in custodial institutions, and international travelers (Gold HS et al 2000; Madoff LC et al 2004).

Escherichia coli O157:H7. E. coli O157:H7 is associated with a severe diarrheal disease called hemolytic uremic syndrome. It has caused several nationally prominent outbreaks of food poisoning. An estimated 73,000 cases are reported in the United States annually (Conte JE Jr 2002). Transmission is through contaminated hamburger meat, apple cider, and fruits and vegetables (Madoff LC et al 2004).
Helicobacter pylori. H. pylori is the most common chronic infection in humans (Basso D et al 2004; Go MF 2002). Acute infection causes abdominal pain, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. H. pylori is the major cause of gastritis and peptic ulcers in adults and children (Zambon CF et al 2002). H. pylori impairs absorption of nutrients, altering the balance of iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin C, and beta-carotene.

Skin Infection Skin infections include impetigo, boils, carbuncles, cellulitis, and complications from burns (Gelfand JA 1984; Gold HS et al 2000). Common pathogens include Staphylococcus aureus, group A streptococci, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Baggett HC et al 2004; Toshkova K et al 2001; Wysocki AB 2002). Impetigo, a skin infection caused mostly by group A streptococci, can cause severe kidney inflammation, sometimes resulting in kidney failure.

Urinary tract infections are the most common, followed by pneumonias, skin and soft tissue infections, and invasive bloodstream infections. Surgical wound infections account for 20 percent to 30 percent of cases, but contribute to as many as 57 percent of extra hospital days and 42 percent of extra costs. Staphylococcus epidermidis, S. aureus, Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus faecalis, E. coli, Enterobacter species, and P. aeruginosa are common pathogens in wound infections (Goldmann DA et al 1996; Weinstein RA 1991).

CRKP and MRSA Klebsiella is a common type of gram-negative bacteria that are found in our intestines (where the bugs don’t cause disease). The CRKP strain is resistant to almost all antibiotics, including carbapenems, the so-called “antibiotics of last resort.” MRSA (methacillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) is a type of bacteria that live on the skin and can burrow deep into the body if someone has cuts or wounds, including those from surgery.
[link to www.lef.org]


........damned

Operation Sea-Spray demonstrated how to vector such bugs to the population

---snip---


All part of the plan...get ready for the plague
 Quoting: CrazyBud




I was thinking that this NDM-1 could be related to SYNTHIA and the illnesses that appeared after the DWH-oil spill in the GOM --> respiratoty problems and skin problems, blood/bleeding (internal) problems, diareah, ....
We know that SYNTHIA was ANTI-BIOTIC RESISTANT

See this article for more info and details about the Gulf-Blue-Plague : [link to worldvisionportal.org]

Here more links to news articles about NDM-1 :
[link to articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com]



I already posted a thread myself about OCCUPY being a MEANS and a WAY for TPTB :
Thread: OCCUPY is SET IN MOTION (by tptb)




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Nov. 12th MC 252

Meg L. Skandi, C. Chariot, Monica Ann, Normand Pacific, Sarah Bordelon, Deep Blue, HOS Iron Horse, Brooks McCall, and Holiday.

Normand Pacific is equipped for diving and ROV operations.
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- same off Brazil's coast. Apparently "just a natural split in the sea floor".
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11/18/2011 05:28 AM

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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
ITS CONFIRMED NOW !
Yeah !
We talked about this a few pages back.



Thread: HOLY SHIZNIT!!! Faster-than-light neutrinos confirmed

[link to news.sciencemag.org]


This may mean a whole lot of physics has to be rewritten.
 Quoting: Sol-Magmatard 26


Last Edited by Krispy71 on 11/18/2011 05:29 AM

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