Saturday, February 28, 2004
Thursday, February 26, 2004
Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Gangster Computer God Worldwide Secret Containment policy made possible solely by Worldwide Computer God Frankenstein Controls. Especially lifelong constant threshold brainwash radio. Quiet and motionless, I can slightly hear it. Repeatedly this has saved my life on the streets.
Four billion wordwide population, all living, have a Computer God Containment Policy brain bank brain, a real brain in the brain bank cities on the far side of the moon we never see. Primarily, based on your lifelong Frankenstein Radio Controls, especially your Eyesight TV, sight and sound recorded by your brain, your moon brain of the Computer God activates your Frankenstein threshold brainwash radio lifelong, inculcating conformist propaganda, even frightening you and mixing you up and the usual, "Don't worry about it." For your setbacks, mistakes, even when you receive deadly injuries. This is the Worldwide Computer God Secret Containment Policy.
Worldwide, as a Frankenstein slave, usually at night, you go to nearby hospital or camouflaged miniature hospital van trucks, you strip naked, lay on the operating table, which slides into the sealed Computer God robot operating cabinet. Intravenous tubes are connected. The slimy vicious Jew doctor simply pushes the starting button, based upon your Computer God brain on the moon which records progress of your systematic butchery. Your butchery is continued exactly, systematically. The Computer God operating cabinet has many robot arms with electrical and laser beam knife robot arms with fly eye TV cameras watching your whole body. Every part of you is monitored, even from your Frankenstein controls. Synthetic blood, synthetic instant-sealing flesh and skin, even synthetic electrical heartbeat to keep you alive are some of the unbelievable Computer God instant plastic surgery secrets. You are the highest, most intelligent electrical machine in the Universe.
Inevitability of gradualness. Usually, in a few years, you are made stringbean thin or grotesquely deformed, crippled and ugly, or even made over one foot shorter or one foot taller, as the Computer God sees fit. Virtually all of the important instant plastic surgery is done to you inside the Computer God sealed robot operating cabinet. Even unbelievable, impossible plastic surgery operations, all impossible even for dozens of vicious kosher bosher doctors working around the clock for weeks. The Computer God sealed robot operating cabinet can perform all of the above impossible plastic surgery operations overnight, even dwarfting you over a foot, or increasing your height by two feet. This is possible because Computer God robot operating cabinet imitates your microminiature electrical current intelligence system in your body. It even duplicates the microminiature electric currents that soften your broken bones to create mending of them and then create stress either compressing the bones thereby shortening them or stress to make the bones grow longer.
Tuesday, February 24, 2004
Monday, February 23, 2004
Yes, "Wah!"I was given a 5 year work permit as soon as I entered Sweden. Sweden has been in my thoughts this weekend. Photographically speaking, it's not so much the images themselves, it's the light. Images of India, too, have this light that is impossible to ignore. There are new wavelengths, new intensities, new blues and new reds. In my rational mind I know this occurs as a consequence of sunlight hitting the earth at different angles... but it's also manifest as an irrational sense of the exotic (yes, exotic Sweden). Life is softer, nature more natural, the commonplace is refreshed and vibrant. London pictures are brooding, black-and-white, angular. My mental bias impacting heavily on my subjective/objective experience. So while I lament living at a certain latitude, I wonder if Swedes and Indians return from London, expounding to their friends "But everything here is so.... excessive! Too blue! Too green! Look at the myriad tones of grey here, can't you just feel the character?" Light moves so fast, it seems like it's standing still. The best lights I've know... the midnight sun, the shimmer of the milky way in the wilderness, a multitude of sunsets and sunrises... the day disappearing under a raging thunderhead rolling from inland, above us on the beach, crushing, rushing, pushing air and light asunder and bursting over the quivering ocean Having said all the above, even London light has it's moments. Crepuscular rays illuminating otherwise ignored objects, a building torn from it's background to stand, triumphant and pround in heaven-sent sparkling glory. Clouds outlined spectacularly against a seemingly dull morning sky. Dazzling reflections in the puddles after a shower. It's only to look, I guess.
Sunday, February 22, 2004
People make fun of you a lot, but they're stupid because you've got a much better life than they do. In fact, they're probably just jealous. You believe in crazy things like human rights and health care and not dying in the streets, and you end up securing these rights for yourself and others. If it weren't for your weird affection for ice hockey, you'd be the perfect person.
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While some people think you're poor and maybe a little corrupt, you know where it's at, enjoying good food and nice beaches. You like to take things a little slower than those around you, and you really wish the air were cleaner, but sometimes compromises must be made. For some reason, Chevrolet keeps trying to sell you Novas as well, even though they don't really go.
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You're the United Nations!
Most people think you're ineffective, but you are trying to completely save the world from itself, so there's always going to be a long way to go. You're always the one trying to get friends to talk to each other, enemies to talk to each other, anyone who can to just talk instead of beating each other about the head and torso. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, and you get very schizophrenic as a result. But your heart is in the right place, and sometimes also in New York.
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Is there any evidence the vaccine can harm a healthy child? There is no published evidence showing any increased risk or any explanation as to why a triple vaccine should be any more toxic than the same dose delivered singly.Just because there is no publishe evidence, this doesnt mean that the effect isnt real. Later on in this Q&A the effects of the triple vaccination are outlined. Your child could get the mild symtpoms of Rubella Mumps and Measles ALL AT THE SAME TIME, instead of ONE AT A TIME, if they were given the single vaccinations. Even the lowest simpleton on the planet can see that to administer an injection where there are three possible simultaneous side effects layered on each other cannot possibly be a sensible thing to do
Why has the Government banned single vaccines? Children would have to have six injections instead of two, increasing the risk of non-compliance. They would also risk catching one of the diseases while they wait to complete the course. The ban has let private clinics flourish, charging up to ?300 for the three vaccines.These vaccinations are not a legal requirement, and so the "risk of non compliance" is not a reason to "ban" single vaccines. They are just trying to be "efficient". Did Tony Bliar give his son the MMR injection; this is what we want to know. During the Mad Cow Disease scare, ministers went out and ate hamburgers in public. Do as I say and not as I do just doesnt cut it. To say that they would risk catching one of the three diseases is absurd; later in the same piece she talks about herd immunity protecting the population. As long as you take your three injections in a timely manner, this herd immunity should be preserved, and the danger of stacked side effects would be eliminated. Of course this means more WORK for the lazy people who are administering these injections, and of course, the leisuire of health workers is FAR more important than the health of the population. As for the ban letting private clinics flourish, this is just pathetic sour grapes bullshit that has nothing to do with the health of individuals. I do see however, that many of these clinics are using google adwords to sell their services - thanks Jane!
What is my child's risk of catching measles if he or she doesn't have the jab? Provided there is reasonable 'herd immunity', the risk of a non-vaccinated child catching measles is very low - that is why vaccination is regarded as a social responsibility. It is only where herd immunity breaks down that measles epidemics become more likely.That last blockquote was FYI.
Are there any side-effects to the vaccine?Between a week and 10 days after the MMR immunisation, some children become feverish, develop a measles-like rash and go off their food. About three weeks after the injection a child might occasionally develop a mild form of mumps. A few children get a rash of small bruise-like spots due to the rubella part after about two weeks. About one in 1,000 will have a fit after becoming feverish - although there are no long-term consequences.So you say, "woman with no past". Its abundantly clear. Any sensible person reading the above "facts" would instantly choose either single vaccinations or abstention because getting three separate doses is prohibitively expensive. Herd immunity can protect your child, and you dont take the risk of your precious offspring being turned into a sufferer of autistism, which is a much more horrible fate than catching a case of the Mumps or Measles, which untill vaccinations came along, the older people I know say were treated like chicken pox; you got it, and then got over it. Of course, there is now a chicken pox vaccine; how long berore that is dumped into this coctail so that we have MMRC? Maybe geeks will be coerced to take it if they put the influenza vaccine in instead of Mumps, giving us MIRC. Dr. Wakefield may or may not have been biased. He is unusual in that he is biased against the medical status quo, which probably was taken as his greatest crime. When these shepherds take money from Pharmaceutical companies (and there are plenty more that do that than the lone voices like Wakefield), where are the full page articles by "journalists" with no bacground to knock them down in public? By the stacked side effects alone, MMR doesnt make sense. Then there is the alledged autism side effect. If you have a child and you think this is a risk worth taking, even when Bliar himself wont give it to his son, then do so; its ultimately your personal business. What is completely wrong, is that only the rich have this choice, when it should be available to everyone. That is the core issue, who makes the decision to vaccinate the herd in a way that is designed to save money, in fact whose primary aim is to save money? You cannot say taht the health of the herd is the primary motivation, since the risk of side effects are tripled. Who is the woman that made this cost saving proposal, and even more importantly, which company offered it, what are they making out of it - these are the important facts, since everyone save the rich is being corralled into taking this poison.
While most people think you're sort of stuck up, it's really just that people don't interest you that much. That's why you'd rather just stay out of everything and be as neutral as possible. Somewhere in there is an ability to be a psychiatrist because you're so objective, but you might just be too cold for that.
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Most people think you're snobby, but it's really just that you're better than everyone else. At least you're more loyal to the real language, the fine arts, and the fine wines than anyone else. You aren't worth beans in a fight, unless you're really short, but you're so good at other things that it usually doesn't matter. Some of your finest works were intended to be short-term projects.
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Saturday, February 21, 2004
each post must follow on from the last lines of the previous post, each post must be at least 250 words long, each post must have a picture, no consecutive posts from the same poster.Can you handle it?
Friday, February 20, 2004
Toward Universal SurveillanceLast month the Supreme Court let stand the Justice Department's right to secretly arrest non-citizen residents. Combined with the government's power to designate foreign prisoners of war as "enemy combatants" in order to ignore international treaties regulating their incarceration, and their power to indefinitely detain U.S. citizens without charge or access to an attorney, the United States is looking more and more like a police state. Since 9/11, the Justice Department has asked for, and largely received, additional powers that allow it to perform an unprecedented amount of surveillance of American citizens and visitors. The USA PATRIOT Act, passed in haste after 9/11, started the ball rolling. In December, a provision slipped into an appropriations bill allowing the FBI to obtain personal financial information from banks, insurance companies, travel agencies, real estate agents, stockbrokers, the U.S. Postal Service, jewelry stores, casinos, and car dealerships without a warrant -- because they're all construed as financial institutions. Starting this year, the U.S. government is photographing and fingerprinting foreign visitors into this country from all but 27 other countries. The litany continues. CAPPS-II, the government's vast computerized system for probing the backgrounds of all passengers boarding flights, will be fielded this year. Total Information Awareness, a program that would link diverse databases and allow the FBI to collate information on all Americans, was halted at the federal level after a huge public outcry, but is continuing at a state level with federal funding. Over New Year's, the FBI collected the names of 260,000 people staying at Las Vegas hotels. More and more, at every level of society, the "Big Brother is Watching You" style of total surveillance is slowly becoming a reality. Security is a trade off. It makes no sense to ask whether a particular security system is effective or not -- otherwise you'd all be wearing bulletproof vests and staying immured in your home. The proper question to ask is whether the trade-off is worth it. Is the level of security gained worth the costs, whether in money, in liberties, in privacy, or in convenience? This is a personal decision, and one greatly influenced by the situation. For most of us, bulletproof vests are not worth the cost and inconvenience. For some of us, home burglar alarm systems are. And most of us lock our doors at night. Terrorism is no different. We need to weigh each security countermeasure. Is the additional security against the risks worth the costs? Are there smarter things we can be spending our money on? How does the risk of terrorism compare with the risks in other aspects of our lives: automobile accidents, domestic violence, industrial pollution, and so on? Are there costs that are just too expensive for us to bear? Unfortunately, it's rare to hear this level of informed debate. Few people remind us how minor the terrorist threat really is. Rarely do we discuss how little identification has to do with security, and how broad surveillance of everyone doesn't really prevent terrorism. And where's the debate about what's more important: the freedoms and liberties that have made America great or some temporary security? Instead, the DOJ (fueled by a strong police mentality inside the Administration) is directing our nation's political changes in response to 9/11. And it's making trade-offs from its own subjective perspective: trade-offs that benefit it even if they are to the detriment of others. From the point of view of the DOJ, judicial oversight is unnecessary and unwarranted; doing away with it is a better trade off. They think collecting information on everyone is a good idea, because they are less concerned with the loss of privacy and liberty. Expensive surveillance and data mining systems are a good trade-off for them because more budget means even more power. And from their perspective, secrecy is better than openness; if the police are absolutely trustworthy, then there's nothing to be gained from a public process. If you put the police in charge of security, the trade-offs they make result in measures that resemble a police state. This is wrong. The trade-offs are larger than the FBI or the DOJ. Just as a company would never put a single department in charge of its own budget, someone above the narrow perspective of the DOJ needs to be balancing the country's needs and making decisions about these security trade-offs. The laws limiting police power were put in place to protect us from police abuse. Privacy protects us from threats by government, corporations, and individuals. And the greatest strength of our nation comes from our freedoms, our openness, our liberties, and our system of justice. Ben Franklin once said: "Those who would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Since 9/11 Americans have squandered an enormous amount of liberty, and we didn't even get any temporary safety in return. by Bruce Schneier This essay originally appeared on CNet: http://news.com.com/2010-1028-5150325.html
H5N1 vaccine strain in a weekUsing reverse genetics, WHO thinks a prototype bird flu strain likely to be ready in a week | By Robert Walgate GENEVA?A prototype vaccine strain of the H5N1 flu virus causing havoc in Asia will probably be ready next week, John Wood of the UK National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC) told The Scientist today (January 29). However, months of other hurdles remain before it may be ready for public health use. As leaders of the countries worst hit by the avian flu met in Bangkok at an emergency summit on Wednesday (January 28), World Health Organization (WHO) labs were working to formulate a vaccine against the virus. The H5N1 virus kills chicken eggs, the normal medium for growing flu vaccine viruses, so the WHO laboratories are using reverse genetics to lower the pathogenicity of the virus to chickens and to get a high yield in the egg cultures, said Klaus St?hr, project leader of the influenza surveillance and scientific groups for the H5N1 outbreak team. Reverse genetics also cuts down the normal time required for flu vaccine production. [...] http://www.biomedcentral.com/news/20040129/05
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