Monday, August 30, 2010

Mayan Countdown to 2012: Day 843

13-Moon Date: Moon 2 Day 8
Gregorian Date: August 30, 2010

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The  author goes into great detail explaining  a whole  chain of events which I have not heard being discussed openly….
The Gulf Blue Plague is Evolving – Part II:
Corexit + Bacteria = Mutated Viruses
Bacteriophages are a common and diverse group of viruses and are the most abundant form of biological entity in aquatic environments — there are up to ten times more of these viruses in the oceans than there are bacteria, reaching levels of 250,000,000 bacteriophages per milliliter of seawater. These viruses infect specific bacteria by binding to surface receptor molecules and then entering the cell. Within a short amount of time, in some cases just minutes, bacterial polymerase starts translating viral mRNA into protein. These proteins go on to become either new virions within the cell, helper proteins, which help assembly of new virions, or proteins involved in cell lysis. Viral enzymes aid in the breakdown of the cell membrane, and, in the case of the T4 phage, in just over twenty minutes after injection over three hundred phages could be released.
As many have said this is one massive “EXPERIMENT” that is being carried out in the Gulf…


Found on the Web:

George arrived at the snack bar at Target around noon, about ten minutes after I arrived (stuck, waiting for someone to do some quick errands).
He looked to be in his 70s, but could be older, I have a hard time with ages. He wore a short sleeve dress shirt and a pair of dress pants pulled up almost to his sternum, but no tie, so I don't think he was coming from Church.
George ordered a cup of coffee and then sat down to a small table in the corner by the soda machine. He spent several minutes attempting to clean off his table with a few napkins, then spread a sandwich out on a cloth handkerchief, but did not eat any of it. He was obviously waiting.
Doris came in about ten minutes later, carrying a large purse and a large supplies of what looked to be cleaning wipes. Doris took it upon herself to clean her seat, the other table (next to George) and then sat down next to him and took out a lunch box that included a bottle of juice and an apple. I suppose this was her contribution to the meal.
I was far enough away I could not hear any of their conversation, but I could not help but wonder about their choice of eating establishment. Neither wore red, and so were not employees taking a lunch break. Neither had a shopping bag, so apparently this was not a shopping trip and lunch sort of plan. Why here? Why on a Sunday?
George and Doris ate quietly and appeared to say little to each other. They sat next to each other (not on opposite sides of the table) though, and seemed pleased to be spending time together. They ignored the loud children who spilled frozen cokes and the grumpy teenage counter girl who cleaned it up.
This was a quiet couple largely oblivious to their surroundings in a very public place. Perhaps they had run away from competing nursing homes?
I'll never know.

Found on the web:

How do you feel in this context about the attempts to regulate the internet?
It’s a sad chapter in American history, because the internet came into being as the result of the good will of the American taxpayer. Now you have private corporations like Google and Verizon, who are stealing it. That’s unconscionable. It’s a hanging offense. If there would be any justice, the principles of Google and Verizon would be  strung up and beaten. - Max Keiser