".....Government Recognizes Nicolson's Work! After years of being ignored and threatened, Dr. Garth Nicolson of The Institute of Molecular Medicine in California announced in early Feburary that the US Department of Defense has contracted with the doctor's institute in order to train scientists and physicians at the Department of Defense and others. These medical professionals will be trained to conduct the specialized testing needed to detect mycoplasmal infections in the blood of Gulf War Vetrerans. Dr. Nicolson has said the Mycoplasma incognitus and other mycoplasmal infections have also been seen in a high percentage of CFIDS patients (see winter National Forum, Vol. 1, No. 3). The rare form of bacteria he has found in both GWI and PWCS who have been disabled for many years are treated with an antibiotic therapy. The Mycoplasma incognitus found by Drs. Garth and Nancy Nicolson has a piece of the HIV envelope, but HIV is not found inside the envelope. Instead, a mix of different bacteria from other illnesses is present. This is not something that could happen in the natural course of evolution and is proof, Dr. Nicolson believes, of biological warfare. It is something that must have been man-made!
Dr. Nicolson's daughter served in the Persian Gulf War and came back very ill along with most of her platoon. Subsequently, both Drs. Garth and Nancy Nicolson became ill and their cat died from this mysterious illness. Only an antibiotic regimen helped his daughter, his wife, and himself. In an effort to spread the word to all veterans, Dr. Nicolson testified in front of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Gulf War Illness and even agreed to an article in The National Enquirer. A highly respected scientist, Dr. Nicolson found the staff of the MD Cancer Institute in Texas being threatened by his work. Not wanting his colleagues to lose their government funding, he moved to California and set up the Institute of Molecular Medicine in Huntington Beach.
After years of being harassed, as well as being the object of scorn by a recently aired program on gulf war illness filmed by the Public Education Television in Boston, the Department of Defense seems, at last, to be taking Dr. Nicolson and his work seriously enough to begin this testing effort......."
we discovered that lipopolysaccharide (LPS),+++ a component of gram-negative bacterial membranes+++ interacts with recombinant prion proteins and induces conversion to an isoform richer in β sheet at near physiological conditions as long as the LPS concentration remains above the critical micelle concentration (CMC).......................
this seems to tell us that micelles are not only related to prions, which recombine, and to LPS concentration. So, this also tells us micelles and soluble Oligomers (the black filaments) with larger ends form micelles and do have free radicals.
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morgaliens: Has anyone caught the wire growth on microscope camera?
May 25, 2019 17:46:19 GMT -5
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Jun 15, 2019 4:32:25 GMT -5
EXPERT LIES !: Yinan Zhao, Yujing Sha, Qian Lin, Yijun Zhong, Moses O Tade, and Zongping Shao . Facile Conversion of Commercial Coarse-Type LiCoO2 to Nanocomposite-Separated Nanolayer Architectures as a Way for Electrode Performance Enhancement. ACS Applied Materials
Jun 15, 2019 4:33:00 GMT -5
morgaliens: Is anyone else taking either legal stimulant medication or speed/methamphetamine?
Jun 21, 2019 12:58:55 GMT -5
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Jun 21, 2019 12:59:38 GMT -5
morgaliens: I'm very interested in the relationship between Morgellons and stimulants.
Jun 21, 2019 12:59:56 GMT -5
emmymack84: I take adderall
Aug 28, 2019 21:51:15 GMT -5
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