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Author Topic: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?  (Read 4227 times)

Offline Magluvin

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #30 on: November 04, 2017, 03:21:42 AM »
Just to show an interesting effect. :/

Ok

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #30 on: November 04, 2017, 03:21:42 AM »

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #31 on: January 05, 2018, 09:49:34 PM »
Your work is right up Woodward's alley.

As far as demos and paperwork.... just pack up your stuff into a suitcase, get up to CalTech or even JPL, find out where the EE and Physics grad students and techs drink their beer, and set up your demo there. Buy a pitcher or two, do your thing, and stand back.

Best advice of the year!

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #32 on: January 06, 2018, 02:01:47 AM »
Thanks for info on Jim Woodward. If it happens I'll definitely contact him.

As far as Universities, it should be one that's known for physics and engineering. According to this helpful website it seems California Institute of Technology and Stanford University score about the highest overall in both areas.

https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-science-schools/quantum-physics-rankings

https://www.usnews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-engineering-schools/electrical-engineering-rankings?int=9d0e08&int=a06908

Someone told me that it could be difficult to get a demo going at a University. Something to do with signing agreement papers and stuff?

Your posts and threads you've been creating are highly suspect to me.  In the above posting, you reference Stanford University.  In another thread, you reference the zoo hypothesis along with phrases such as "we are here" and "we are watching you".  In a third thread, you reference a self-runner that will produce well over 1W, technology that will quickly allow humanity to leave the nest, and the AI Singularity.

Stanford University is guilty of entomological terrorism and should be charged with crimes against humanity.  Entomology is the branch of zoology concerned with the study of insects.  This entomological terrorism also leads to the AI Singularity in which you speak of.  It appears as if you may be one of the parties responsible for this entomological terrorism against humanity.

Reference Video:  MHS 19: PATENTED MORGELLONS: INSECT HORMONE ECDYSONE SWITCHES DISEASE ON/OFF

tic toc, tic toc, tic toc

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #33 on: January 06, 2018, 02:11:58 AM »
Your posts and threads you've been creating are highly suspect to me.  In the above posting, you reference Stanford University.  In another thread, you reference the zoo hypothesis along with phrases such as "we are here" and "we are watching you".  In a third thread, you reference a self-runner that will produce well over 1W, technology that will quickly allow humanity to leave the nest, and the AI Singularity.

Stanford University is guilty of entomological terrorism and should be charged with crimes against humanity.  Entomology is the branch of zoology concerned with the study of insects.  This entomological terrorism also leads to the AI Singularity in which you speak of.  It appears as if you may be one of the responsible parties responsible for this entomological terrorism against humanity.

Reference Video:  MHS 19: PATENTED MORGELLONS: INSECT HORMONE ECDYSONE SWITCHES DISEASE ON/OFF

tic toc, tic toc, tic toc

Gravock

If that's your video and you're actually trying to prove something, then one suggestion is to add references, preferably peer reviewed references. I've never heard of any such silly accusations against Stanford University. Sounds like a conspiracy theory.


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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #34 on: January 06, 2018, 02:24:17 AM »
If that's your video and you're actually trying to prove something, then one suggestion is to add references, preferably peer reviewed references. I've never heard of any such silly accusations against Stanford University. Sounds like a conspiracy theory.

There are references in both the video and in the description of the video, along with patents.

See Morgellons at CitizensAHT.org
Citizens Against Harmful Technology
NARRATED version:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0PWi77uMH0  <----  Malformed link corrected

Supporting research at http://www.skizit.biz/2013/07/21/ecdy...  <---- Malformed Link

The only way genetic transformations in Morgellons can occur is with the strict tight control by inducible expression systems such as ecdysone.

Here is a model of the ecdysone receptor molecule. This is what the new DNA inserts, a molecule which will accept non-human hormones to start the transcription of foreign DNA in the body.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-9wOuqbIwQ  <----  Malformed link corrected

MORE MORGELLONS VIDEOS HERE:
http://www.youtube.com/user/skizitgesture/videos  <----  Malformed link corrected

For more information on gene therapy and human hair in Morgellons, please see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9ab-is8hcA&list=PLEPFBadkrzNnX75HHABLsIkaYquDVUlt9  <----  Malformed link corrected

What is a possible treatment for Morgellons insects, bacteria and fungi?  See https://www.nap.edu/read/1924/chapter/5 <----  Malformed link corrected
Medicinal Uses for Neem Tree Oil (take internally only denatured neem)

Morgellons patents:  US 6245531 Polynucleotides Encoding Insect Ecdysone Receptor, http://www.patentlens.net/imageserver...  <----  Malformed link

US 5514578A Polynucleotides Encoding Insect Steroid Hormone Receptor Polypeptides and Cells Transformed With Same, https://www.lens.org/lens/search?q=US5514578#/p0  <----  Malformed link corrected

Inventors:
David Hogness, 650-723-6166, tran@cmgm.stanford.edu
Michael Koelle, 203-432-5662, Michael.koelle@yale.edu
William Seagraves, 203-432-4537, William.seagraves@yale.edu
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SPRING HOUSE, Pa.--(BW HealthWire)--May 7, 2002
Agreement grants Invitrogen nonexclusive, worldwide rights to manufacture and sell Ecdysone-Inducible Expression research kits.  RHeoGene today announced it has negotiated an agreement to grant Invitrogen (Carlsbad, CA) a nonexclusive, worldwide sublicense for sales of Invitrogen's Ecdysone-Inducible Expression System and related products for research purposes only. RHeoGene holds an exclusive license to Stanford University patents U.S. 5,514,578, 6,245,531 and EP Patent 0517805 that cover sales and use of certain ecdysone-based products.

Invitrogen has been manufacturing and selling its Ecdysone- Inducible Expression System under a separate license since 1996. Under its license from RHeoGene, Invitrogen will continue to provide Ecdysone-Inducible Expression System products to academic, government, industrial, and clinical institutions for research purposes. Customers wishing to use ecdysone receptor-based gene expression systems for commercial purposes should contact RHeoGene for a commercial license.

"This licensing agreement is the first external validation of the importance of RHeoGene's exclusive license to the intellectual property encompassed by these Stanford patents after broader claims to U.S. 5,514,578 were granted," said Tom Tillett, RHeoGene Executive Vice President for Operations.

The Stanford patents are directed to genes that encode insect-based ecdysone receptors from a broad range of insect species and methods for regulating gene expression in host cells. The patent coverage includes ecdysone receptor (EcR) genes originating from Drosophila, the basis of Invitrogen's Ecdysone-Inducible Expression System. The patents are based on the pioneering research of Dr. David Hogness, Emeritus Munzer Professor of Developmental Biology and Biochemistry at Stanford University. RHeoGene's exclusive license to these patents encompasses all uses outside of plants, including cell-based assays, genomics, proteomics, gene therapy, cell culture/fermentation, transgenic animals, and biosensors.

RHeoGene focuses on delivering customized inducible gene expression technology systems to advance proteomics, drug discovery, biotherapeutics production, and human gene therapy. RHeoGene's operations are located in Spring House, Pa., and Charlottesville, Va.

For more information, visit www.rheogene.com.

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #34 on: January 06, 2018, 02:24:17 AM »
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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #35 on: January 06, 2018, 03:02:44 AM »
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Supporting research at
http://www.skizit.biz/2013/07/21/ecdy...
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In Japanese it says "This page can not be found."  Is there another research page?

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #36 on: January 06, 2018, 03:33:02 AM »
In Japanese it says "This page can not be found."  Is there another research page?

The links were malformed.  I have corrected most of the malformed links.  Is there another research page?  Yes, how many do you want?  You can start with David Lawrence Dewey, the channel of skizit Gesture, and the corrected malformed links.  Let me know if you need to be spoon fed some more if you can't do a search for yourself!

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #36 on: January 06, 2018, 03:33:02 AM »
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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #37 on: January 06, 2018, 05:27:53 AM »
The links were malformed.  I have corrected most of the malformed links.  Is there another research page?  Yes, how many do you want?  You can start with David Lawrence Dewey, the channel of skizit Gesture, and the corrected malformed links.  Let me know if you need to be spoon fed some more if you can't do a search for yourself!

Gravock

smh. Again, where's the evidence regarding your Stanford University conspiracy theory?

As far as Morgellons skin condition, you can read the Wikipedia article.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgellons

"Morgellons (/mɔː(ɹ)ˈdʒɛlənz/) is the informal name of a self-diagnosed skin condition in which individuals have sores that they believe contain some kind of fibers.[1] Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis; the sores are the result of compulsive scratching, and the fibers, when analysed, turn out to originate from textiles."

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #38 on: January 06, 2018, 06:14:45 AM »
smh. Again, where's the evidence regarding your Stanford University conspiracy theory?

As far as Morgellons skin condition, you can read the Wikipedia article.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgellons

"Morgellons (/mɔː(ɹ)ˈdʒɛlənz/) is the informal name of a self-diagnosed skin condition in which individuals have sores that they believe contain some kind of fibers.[1] Morgellons is poorly understood but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis; the sores are the result of compulsive scratching, and the fibers, when analysed, turn out to originate from textiles."

I am fully aware of the wiki article on Morgellons.

The wiki article on Morgellons is outdated!  It is not a delusional parasitosis mental disorder as falsely asserted in the wiki article when the wiki page was first created.   However, the wiki Talk:Morgellons page has confirmed that the disease is a specific skin infection. The filaments, that have been found in the skin of patients, are composed of keratin and collagen. The bacteria responsible for lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi, predominates as the infective agent in most of the Morgellons skin specimens studied so far. International Journal of General Medicine - Morgellons disease: a filamentous borrelial dermatitis 

Snapshot of the wiki Talk:Morgellons page shown below for a quick reference.

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #39 on: January 06, 2018, 06:31:33 AM »
Great. Assuming it's a peer reviewed website, it will be added to the Wikipedia article. Academics, including Stanford University, are not interested in spreading lies. A quick note. What will most likely happen is that the new findings will allow medical industry to distinguish between "delusional parasitosis" cases, which is a real, and the tickborne infection.

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #39 on: January 06, 2018, 06:31:33 AM »
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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #40 on: January 06, 2018, 06:46:24 AM »
Great. Assuming it's a peer reviewed website, it will be added to the Wikipedia article. Academics, including Stanford University, are not interested in spreading lies. A quick note. What will most likely happen is that the new findings will allow medical industry to distinguish between "delusional parasitosis" cases, which is a real, and the tickborne infection.

Wrong again, it is not a tick-borne infection as you have falsely asserted.  Most Morgellon victims are suffering from Lyme disease (approx. 45%) and other unknown multibacterial infections. But Lyme disease is not Morgellons!  Morgellons is a systemic infestation of mold, parasites, fungi, bacteria, viruses, insects, etc.  This is a man made infestation/disease targeting the general population and it has Stanford University's name written all over it.

Reference:  Morgellons Diagnosis  <----- I can provide more references if needed!

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #41 on: January 06, 2018, 06:49:55 AM »
Wrong again, it is not a tick-borne infection as you have falsely asserted.  Most Morgellon victims are suffering from Lyme disease (approx. 45%) and other unknown multibacterial infections. But Lyme disease is not Morgellons!  Morgellons is a systemic infestation of mold, parasites, fungi, bacteria, viruses, insects, etc.

Reference:  Morgellons Diagnosis  <----- I can provide more references if needed!

Gravock

Again? Where's the 1st? You're the one who posted broken links. Couldn't backup your conspiracy theory attack against Stanford. BTW I was merely referencing the article regarding tickborne infection, which writes, "Although MD was initially considered to be a delusional disorder, recent studies have demonstrated that the dermopathy is associated with tickborne infection, that the filaments are composed of keratin and collagen, and that they result from proliferation of keratinocytes and fibroblasts in epithelial tissue."  And, "A study found that 98% of MD subjects had positive LD serology and/or a tickborne disease diagnosis,5 confirming the clinical association between MD and spirochetal infection."

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #42 on: January 06, 2018, 07:03:58 AM »
Again? Where's the 1st? You're the one who posted broken links. Couldn't backup your conspiracy theory attack against Stanford. BTW I was merely referencing the article regarding tickborne infection, which writes, "Although MD was initially considered to be a delusional disorder, recent studies have demonstrated that the dermopathy is associated with tickborne infection, that the filaments are composed of keratin and collagen, and that they result from proliferation of keratinocytes and fibroblasts in epithelial tissue."  And, "A study found that 98% of MD subjects had positive LD serology and/or a tickborne disease diagnosis,5 confirming the clinical association between MD and spirochetal infection."

I hope you realize that you are arguing with someone who believes, or at least pretends to believe, that the Earth is flat, along with all the rest of the astronomical nonsense that FE believers espouse.

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #43 on: January 06, 2018, 07:05:00 AM »
Again? Where's the 1st? You're the one who posted broken links. Couldn't backup your conspiracy theory attack against Stanford. BTW I was merely referencing the article regarding tickborne infection, which writes, "Although MD was initially considered to be a delusional disorder, recent studies have demonstrated that the dermopathy is associated with tickborne infection, that the filaments are composed of keratin and collagen, and that they result from proliferation of keratinocytes and fibroblasts in epithelial tissue."  And, "A study found that 98% of MD subjects had positive LD serology and/or a tickborne disease diagnosis,5 confirming the clinical association between MD and spirochetal infection."

Most of the broken links are fixed and the Stanford's University patents clearly links it to the morgellons infestation/disease outbreak.  I also find it highly suspect in how hard you are trying to defend Stanford University!  Once again, this highly suggests you may be one of the parties responsible for this diabolical man made infestation/disease that was intentionally created to wipe out 90 - 95% of the worlds population.

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Re: Who would you like to witness a self-runner?
« Reply #44 on: January 06, 2018, 07:11:59 AM »
I hope you realize that you are arguing with someone who believes, or at least pretends to believe, that the Earth is flat, along with all the rest of the astronomical nonsense that FE believers espouse.

Thanks for letting me know. Yes, it has turned into an argument. I was hoping to getting some of these people to seek a bit more evidence in what they believe. Oh well.

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