The problem is UT Psychology didn’t have enough space, so they moved these hundred brains to the basement mentioned above. Now they’re gone.
Zombies? Probably not, but the hunt is ongoing, and it’s possible they’ll turn up in a frat house or dorm room.
]O]h, the hubris of mankind! To think that some scientists genuinely believe that they can improve upon God’s design just boggles the mind. Philipp Holliger and his team in Cambridge (UK) claim to have one-upped God Himself by creating a better nucleic acid.
XNAs have been around for several decades (the X implies that the nucleic acid is built on the backbone of something other than deoxyribose or ribose). These monstrous molecules are being touted as the secret to longer life and better life, but they may just be another way to destroy human life–period.
The delicate balance of God’s cellular world is far more complex than most might believe, and it is foolish to think mankind can ‘self-improve’ — that there is ‘better living through chemistry’ to quote an old ad slogan. This is just a branch of the old eugenics tree, and an RNA-destroying XNA construct may prove to be just another means to make sure only certain genomes continue to thrive.
God will not be mocked, and I can only pray that Christ returns before XNAs make it into mainstream ‘medicine’.
Read the latest report on Holliger’s work via Synthetic enzymes hint at life without DNA or RNA – life – 01 December 2014 – New Scientist.
FLUAD contains an adjuvant called MF59, which is made by Novartis and is based on our old friend squalene. As to whether or not the deaths are attributable to squalene or a ‘bad batch’ of product is unknown, but human bodies do not react well to oil-based ‘adjuvants’. The addition of these ‘adjuvants’ is done–we’re told–to improve immune response, but it’s really done to provide an almost instant response (to the adjuvant), which theoretically helps the body to develop a quick immunity to the flu virus itself. Also, adjuvants allow manufacturers to use less of the actual virus (in this case two flu viruses), which saves time and money.
Read about the deaths in Italy via Italy says 13 Novartis flu vaccine deaths | The Australian.
Josh was a very gracious and informed host, who made both Derek and me feel most welcome. If you’re reading this, Josh, we’d love to join you again–anytime!
While it’s possible that the Ebola response has been slow in Mali, it is also intriguing that Mali has been a trial location for an Ebola vaccine candidate. Eighty HCWs (Health Care Workers) have been vaccinated with a Glaxo-Smith-Kline candidate that, theoretically, should not induce illness since it’s based on a recombinant chimpanzee adenovirus. At the very least, locals must be concerned that a country with no Ebola cases is suddenly dealing with a 100% fatality rate among HCWs who cared for a dying imam.
Is there more to the story than we’re being told? Does all of this really trace back to an imam who was mistakenly diagnosed with kidney failure rather than Ebola?
One of the demand spikes isn’t coming from West Africa—but from America. U.S. hospitals and government agencies have strained PPE supplies in some regions, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. This month, the CDC itself said it ordered $2.7 million in PPEs, a collection it calls a Strategic National Stockpile. CDC guidelines state American hospitals and firefighters need PPEs on hand, in case a potential Ebola suspect wanders into an emergency room or dials 911.
A report earlier this year revealed that the CDC’s and DHS supplies of emergency items such as PPEs were so old that they had reached or would soon reach their expiration dates, so it’s understandable, I suppose, that these government agencies would place huge orders for replacements, but couldn’t we send some of those supplies to West Africa instead of soldiers? Just a thought.
Read more via U.S. Buys Up Ebola Gear, Leaving Little for Africa – WSJ.
Before agreeing to answer questions from The New York Times in prison, where he shares a cell with four others, including two convicted murderers, he read out a lengthy handwritten statement that he said explained the purpose of his hacking.
A potpourri of conspiracy theories about the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the 1997 death of Princess Diana and alleged plans for a nuclear attack in Chicago in 2015, it said: “This world is run by a group of conspirators called the Council of Illuminati, very rich people, noble families, bankers and industrialists from the 19th and 20th century.” [emphasis added]
Say what? First of all, let’s just pray that nothing like this happens, but why is it included in such a casual way–and oh, yeah, he says Chicago will get nuked?
Read the entire, very interesting article via For Guccifer, Hacking Was Easy. Prison Is Hard. – NYTimes.com.
More than they bargained for; Bandits in Guinea steal blood samples believed to be infected with Ebola – Yahoo News Canada
The samples, stored in tightly wrapped vials tucked into a cooler bag, were in the care of a Red Cross courier who was among nine passengers sharing a taxi when three bandits on a motorbike led the attack near the town of Kissidougou, a local Red Cross official said.
Read the entire report via Bandits in Guinea steal blood samples believed to be infected with Ebola – Yahoo News Canada.