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Old 01-24-2004, 02:17 AM
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Default metal-ions cause modern diseases of Alzheimers, Parkinson, Prion Re: does Canada use Phosmet on their cattle??

On 23 Jan 2004 10:57:59 -0800, [Only registered users see links. ] (Del Crow) wrote:


That was written in response to an earlier comment, which is shown
above. Taken out of that context, it needs clarification.

The earlier statement seemed to imply that if a disease involves mito,
then it follows that it relates to prions. That is utter nonsense --
and my intended point.

A separate question is whether a prion disease might involve (act
thru) the mito. Yes, perhaps. That can be an open question. IIRC,
prion diseases sometimes lead to apoptotic cell death, and that is
thought to involve the mito.

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Old 01-24-2004, 05:22 PM
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Bob <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message news:<[Only registered users see links. ]>. ..

#### No argument there. It is "open" AFAIK, too. That is why we are
pursuing the topic. We expect some 'nonsense', and hope to get around
it. One question involved is whether cells can eject the garbage in
vacuoles (lysosomes?) before getting themselves euthanized (popped
off?...awful word.) A handbook (CRC) has been suggested by someone in
the electroherbalism group. The "Larmor" frequency...does anyone know
whether this might enlighten us about whether the Mangan (magnetized
manganese) is close enough in vibrational frequency to be simply
mistaken by gene codons for copper? Del #####
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Old 01-24-2004, 06:13 PM
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Mark Pinese <[Only registered users see links. ].edu.au> wrote in message news:<CktOb.17286$[Only registered users see links. ].au>...

#### Hello, Mark...Thanks for coming onboard. From my particular
perspective, mitochondrial malfunction relative to Fe (haeme)electron
transfer is part of the question. That magnetic Manganese may be one
cause is part of the question. Whether cells can eject prion garbage
without apoptosis is another part of the question. Del Crow ####
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Old 01-24-2004, 09:12 PM
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#### Likliood of other (possibly industrially sourced) "magnetic"
prion diseases? Wouldn't there be references to other magnetic forms
of the other ions in, say, the CRC handbook, Larmor frequencies? Our
library would take a month to get the book, so I hope one of you can
check this possibility. Del ####


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Old 01-25-2004, 01:45 AM
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[Only registered users see links. ] (Archimedes Plutonium) wrote in message news:<618e71c0.0401191106.43945349@posting.google. com>...

#### Pragmatic doesn't cut it Archi. The
political/industrialist/pharmacartels would love that attitude.
Activistic and scientific push is needed, or you may get censored
facts as well as polluted fish sandwiches. At the moment I'm OK for
one....my suggestion for treatment seems to be working better than I
expected...but I will not be pragmatic. These diseases with "no known
cure" probably have been curable for thirty or fifty years. Anger and
activism and proper support for research is quite desireable. Del Crow
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Old 01-27-2004, 06:23 PM
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[Only registered users see links. ] (Archimedes Plutonium) wrote in message news:<618e71c0.0401181055.f9caa47@posting.google.c om>...

#### "Modern Medicine"?? Welders, miners, foundry workers etc ought to
be given near therapeutic supplements of trace minerals as a
requirement of their relative working situation, ventilation, etc.
Better employers may be doing this, but I do not think most MDs, even
specialists in neuromuscular diseases are making this leap. There is
also a possibility that amino acid balancing with cofactors would
assist people after the "diseases" were diagnosed,again, same comment
about MDs and specialists.

?????A question about magnetic manganese: would slight radioactivity
somewhat "lock"
the orbitals in the "magnetic" configuration. BOTH, not only one of
the locations where the BSE cow lived had this, as well as the other
high pollution levels
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For those who would like to learn how conventional coal-fired power plants work and get the real, verifiable facts on air pollution emissions from such power plants, read the article entitled "Conventional coal-fired power plant" in the online Citizendium encyclopedia. Just Google for "Citizendium" and then enter the article title in the search box.

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No, Archie, the plant "KELP", seaweed, needs, uses and stores so
much "Iodine at #53 and mass 127" that kelp is the main source
for producing Iodine. There is a big time industry off the coast
of San Diego where they grow and farm a sea forest to harvest
Giant Kelp for the production of Iodine.
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