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Gentlemen, we are so close to 'The End of An Age', there will be great changes taking place in the heavens and on Planet Earth!
On of the things we must be aware of is that God's smallest creatures are on the march and mutating into more fierce creatures than ever before, such that now, even science no longer has a complete grasp on how to control them.
A recently discovered body (some) in bacteria, the magnetosome, helps bacteria keep themselves oriented to their environment, using north and south poles of the earth's magnetic field. Magnetite, which are crystals of an iron-containing mineral, fill this body in bacteria, and they align themselves with the local magnetic field. It is felt that magnetite directs these creatures toward their desired habitat.
Here, gentlemen, we will study Mud Bacteria, and as the oceans rise and fall, leaving this bacteria flooding towns, on shores, and elsewhere, we will show you how to cope with them, including their brothers and sisters.
There are certains herbs God has given us, through his world, to serve as our medicine during these extremely harsh times now breaking over our heads! We will discuss them as we go along; but, first, let us talk more about the Mud Species that will be causing us all kinds of travail!
Dr. I. Edward Alcamo, Microbiologist, writes in his 5th edition of 'Fundamentals of Microbiology':
To get from place to place, humans usually require the assistance of maps, compasses, and gas station attendants. In the microbial world life is generally more simple, and traveling is no exception.
Consider the bacteria, for example. In the early 1980s, Richard P. Blakmore and his colleagues at the University of New Hampshire observed that certain mud–dwelling bacteria tend to gather at the north end of water droplets.
On further study, they found that each bacterium had a chain of magnetic particles acting as a kind of bacterial dipole directing the organism's movements. Bacteria possessing the particles swim toward the north in the northern hemisphere and toward the south in the southern hemisphere.
Indeed, when genetic mutations are caused in the bacteria, they head in the wrong direction—and wind up in a hostile environment and die.
This last observation is particularly noteworthy because it appears to give rhyme and reason to the particles. The conventional wisdom is that the so–called magnetotactic bacteria use their traveling skills to locate a favorable environment. In 1992, Dennis A. Bazylinski of Stevens Institute of Technology theorized how this hypothesis might work in nature.
Certain magnetotactic bacteria are anaerobic; that is, they live in an oxygen–free environment. While swimming toward a pole (north or south), the bacteria are also oriented downward by the Earth's magnetic field. The downward tilt pulls them away from the oxygen–rich water and toward the oxygen–poor mud below.
On reaching their type of optimum environment, the bacteria reach a sort of biological nirvana and settle in for a life of anaerobic bliss.
A detergent is a synthetic chemical used as antiseptics and disinfectants to kill bacteria by altering the structure of the cell membrane.
When antimicrobial substances act on the cell membrane, bacterial death usually follows. Certain detergents, for instance, dissolve the phospholipid layers of the cell membrane and cause the cytoplasmic contents to leak out. Ethyl alcohol (grain alcohol—drinking alcohol, and some antibiotics such as polymyxin work similarly.
A soap is a chemical compound of fatty acids combined with potassium or sodium hydroxide. The pH of the compound is usually about 8.0, and some microbial destruction is therefore due to the alkaline conditions established on the skin. However, the major activity of soap is as a degerming agent for the mechanical removal of microorganisms from the skin surface.
Soaps are wetting agents (Surfactants), that is, they emulsify and solubilize particles clinging to a surface. The surface tension is also reduced by the soap. In addition, soaps remove skin oils, further reducing the surface tension and increasing the cleaning action.
Detergents are synthetic chemicals acting as strong wetting agents and surface tension reducers. Since they are actively attracted to the phosphate groups of cellular membranes, they also alter the membranes and encourage leakage from the cytoplasm.
What you want, gentlemen is a Cationic detergent, yielding positively charged ions in solution; but, if the detergent does not say whether it is cationic or anionic, which are somewhat active against Gram–positive bacteria, if the detergent says, kills 99.9 % germs, go with that one; dilute slightly and use to clean the Mud Bacteria and others from your skin!
Dr. Alcamo Writing In His Eight Edition, Alcamo's Eighth Edition of 'Fundamentals of Microbiology' With J. Pommerville, Gives Some of What God's Tells Us To Use A Leaf, An Herb To Serve As Our Medicine
Today, we live in an age when alternative and herbal medicine claims are always in the news, and these reports have generated a whole industry of health products that make often-unbelievable claims. With regard to "natural products," are there some that have genuine medicinal and antiseptic properties?
Professor Daniel Y.C. Fung, Professor of Food Science and Food Microbiology at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, believes cinnamon might be an antiseptic that can control pathogens, at least in fruit beverages. Fung's group added cinnamon to commercially pasteurized apple juice. They then added typical foodborne pathogens (Salmonella typhimurium, Yesrinia enterocolitica, and Staphylococcus aureus) and viruses. After one week of monitoring the juice at refrigerated and room temperatures, the investigators discovered the pathogens were killed more readily in the cinnamon blend than in the cinnamon-free juice. In addition, more bacterial organisms and viruses were killed in the juice at room temperature than when refrigerated.
In 1858, Louis Pasteur examined the properties of garlic as an antiseptic. During World War II, when penicillin and sulfa drugs were in short supply, garlic was used as an antiseptic to disinfect open wounds and prevent gangrene. Since then, numerous scientific studies have tried to discover garlic's antiseptic powers.
Many research studies have identified a group of sulfur compounds as one key to garlic's antiseptic properties. When a raw garlic clove is crushed or chewed, the active antiseptic compund is produced. Studies using garlic, at least in the laboratory, suggest that this is the compound is responsible for combating the microbes causing the common cold, flu, sore throat, sinusitis, and bronchitis. The findings indicate that the compound blocks key enzymes that bacterial cells and viruses need to invade and damage host cells.
For the past two decades, Professor Peter Molan, associate professor of biochemistry and director of the Waikato Honey Research Unit at the University of Waikato, New Zealand, has been studying the medicinal properties of and uses of honey. Its acidity, between 3.2 and 4.5, is low enough to inhibit many pathogens. Its low water content (15 to 21 percent by weight) means that it osmotically ties up free water and "drains water" from wounds, helping to deprive pathogens of an ideal environment in which to grow. In addition, when honey encounters fluid from a wound, it slowly releases small quantities of hydrogen peroxide that are not damaging to skin tissues. It also speeds wound healing.
If that isn't enough, there is also evidence that honey protects against tooth decay. Professor Molan's group has shown that, in the lab, honey completely inhibits the growth of plaque-forming bacterial species, including Streptococcus mitis, S. sobrinus, and Lactobacillus caseii. Honey cut acid production almost to zero and stopped the bacteria from producing dextran, which is a component of dental plaque. Like its use for wound infections, hydrogen peroxide probably is, in part, responsible for the antimicrobial activity.
But beware! Not all honey is alike. The antibacterial properties of honey depend on the kind of nectar, or plant pollen, that bees use to make honey. At least, manuka honey from New Zealand and honeydew from central Europe are thought to contain useful levels of antiseptic potency. Professor Molan is convinced that "honey belongs in the medicine cabinet as well as the pantry."
The green, pungent, Japanese horseradish called wasabi may be more than a spicy condiment for sushi. Professor Hedeki Masuda, director of the Material Research and Development Laboratories at Ogawa & Co. Ltd., in Tokyo, Japan, and his colleagues have found that natural chemicals in wasabi, called isothiocyanates, inhibit the growth of Streptococcus mutans—one of the bacterial species causing tooth decay. Researchers tested wasabi's tooth–decay fighting ability in test tubes and found the substance interferes with the way sugar affects teeth. At this point, these are only test–tube laboratory studies and the results will need to be proven in clinical trials.
So, are there products having genuine antimicrobial properties? It appear so—and there are more than can be described here.
And From The Textbook of 'Modern Food Microbiology', We Present The Following:
Activated Lactoferrin (ALF, aka Activin)
Lactoferrin is a normal component of fresh milk that has been known for many years to possess antimicrobial properties. It is a glyoprotein with a molecular weight of around 80,000 da (daltons). It occurs also in saliva, tears, and some other body fluids. Activin is a more potent antimicrobial than plain lactoferrin, developed by A. S. Naidu.
Contributing to its antimicrobial activity is its capacity to chelate Fe2+ along with HCO3-. It binds to cell surfaces and has an affinity for the outer membrane proteins of Gram–negative bacteria. Naidu characterizes AFL as a blocking agent that interfers with the adhesion of bacterial cells to animal tissues. It also inhibits growth and neutralizes endotoxins. Its activity against both RNA and DNA viruses suggests that it also interacts with nucleic acids. It has been approved at a level of 65.2 ppm for beef carcasses, and may be applied as a mist or by spraying. It is not a cidal agent but acts primarily by preventing pathogens from establishing a niche on meat surfaces.
Is a medium chain fatty acid, from Coconut oil. Monolaurin is the most effective of the glycerol monoesters, and Monolaurin (lauricidin) has been evaluated by a large number of investigaters and found to be inhibitory to a variety of Gram–positive bacteria and some yeast at 5 to 100 ppm.
Dr. "B" also adds, "Ingest Algin, it absorbs heavy metal ions, and in the liver glucoronidates them to a water soluble form to be eliminated by the kidneys. Its bulking action aids normal elimination assisting in removing endotoxins from microbial growth there.
Cellular Respiration Understanding This Enhances Your Understanding of Killing Microbial Life! From Sackheim: An Introduction to Chemistry For Biology Students
Cellular respiration enables cells to produce energy (ATP—The Energy Currency of An Organism) from food through oxidation–reduction reactions. Cellular respiration involves three distinct stages:
Krebs cycle, and ...
The Electron Transport Chain.
If a membrane is damaged on a microbe so proton movement cannot take place, the synthesis of ATP (energy production) ceases even through electron transport through the cytochrome system continues.
With the end of ATP production, the organism rapidly dies. If this happens in an organism with more than one cell, and the disease is fulminating, that organism too dies, if it does not overcome the inflammatory, infectious disease through its own immune system.
This is why damage to a bacterial membrane, such as with antibiotics or detergent antiseptics, is so harmful to a bacterium.
Therefore, store plenty; especially tetracycline, and God's Natural Remedies from Above!
Dr. "B" lectured to us, "Many think bacteria is a bad thing; however, it is a God given thing for us. Sauerkraut, fermented pickles, cheeses, meats, and other foods for our health. Also, the following is not known:
When the earth was flooded and Noah’s Ark came down to rest on Mount Ararat, and the waters were receding, the Holy Writ does not record anything about corpses seen or smelling. In fact, the Bible points out that when Noah looked out, the earth was drying, and a month later, when the earth was completely dry, Noah was told by God to leave the Ark with his family and all the animals.
There are many scientists who doubt this story because, for the length of time Noah and his family were on the Ark, they should have run out of fresh water and fresh food. However, coming forward 4,000 or 5,000 years into the future, have they never read of a man known as Elijah, who had the meager supplies of the widow he stayed with continue to multiply for a number of years, as long as the famine in the land lasted? Nor do they seem to recall about another man multiplying a few fish and loaves of bread into food for thousands who ate that day, not even counting the women and children.
One thing that stands out in stark reality: Where were all the corpses when Noah came down from the boat?
God, in His genius and understanding of what He created, from the smallest creatures to the largest, the smallest creatures cleansed up the Earth so there was no stench, stank, or bodies of animals or people around. Otherwise, microbiologists now write, if there were no bacteria in the world, the world would be knee-deep in corpses! Undecayed bodies, still with a leathery, dried-out type of skin covering the bones and organs. They would have found, by now, the body of the first murder victim . . . “and Cain slew Abel.”
Now why is it that one reading The Kong Reports and The Chembio Updates should be extremely advised, and take into consideration all that Dr. “B” has given us concerning radiation that will soon be covering the planet, and why you, at all costs, must avoid certain doses as given in charts and forms for maintenance of good health, especially when you are in your shelters and why one needs radiation meters and dosimeters inside and outside their shelters, if they have to go outside their shelters.
In the light of what you have just read, keep in mind the following.
When in the Alps, Dr. “B” has warned me several times, if I have to ski down from Germany into Switzerland, via the Alps, be very careful of drinking melted snow-water from down deep, where everyone feels it’s cleaner. You must melt and boil the water for no less than 15 minutes to break the backbone (denature) bacterial proteins (toxins), as well as rupture the membranes to allow the cell’s innards to pour out of the microorganism, destroying it, as an antibiotic or a detergent antibiotic would do, as given above.
Now, Monsieur Kong, we must be advised of this coming with the Radiations, as they may bring something new or newer, as they did before. You cannot have this happening to you when you're fighting for your life to Stay Safe, Stay Found, Stay Alive! Here it is sir:
Charlie Swaart had been a social drinker for years, but in 1945 a nightmare began that would make medical history. While stationed in Tokyo during World War II, Swaart suddenly became drunk for no reason. For years thereafter, the episodes continued—bouts of drunkeness and monumental hangovers without so much as a beer. His doctor warned him not to drink because his liver was becoming damaged. Swaart followed the advice to the letter, and still he got drunk.
In 1964, Swaart learned of a similar case in Japan. For 25 years a man had endured social and professional disgrace because of his drunken behavior. Finally, Japanese doctors found a yeastlike fungus, Candida albicans, flourishing in his intestine. Apparently, the fungus was fermenting carbohydrate to alcohol right in his body. An antibiotic killed the fungus and solved the problem; other cases were later found.
With this knowledge in hand, Swaart approached his physician and requested that laboratory tests be performed to learn if he was similarly infected. Sure enough, massive colonies of Candida albicans showed jup. Little attention had been given them previously because Candida is a common inhabitant of the human intestine. But Swaart's Candida was different because it could convert carbohydrate to alcohol. The sugar in a cup of coffee could bring on drunkenness, not to mention the carbohydrate in pasta, cake, and candy. An antifungal drug was prescribed, and the problem abated.
The drug lost its effect in 1970, however, and the symptoms returned. Now the hunt was on for a new drug. Swaart traveled to Japan and underwent hospital tests until a useful drug was finally located. Regular medication continued until 1975, when his Candida was eliminated for good.
Were Swaart and his Japanese counterparts the only ones in the world? Many researchers think not. They suggest that the atomic blasts at Hiroshima and Nagasaki may have caused a strain of Candida to mutate so that it could ferment carbohydrates to alcohol. If this theory holds, there may be thousands of people throughout the world with the same type of affliction. For Charlie Swaart, though, the nightmare was over.
Hence, Monsieur Kong, your readers should be definitely aware of how to operate their Survey Meters and have several Dosimeters! They should take no chances, and follow the charts, such as this one given again, checking their Shelters regularly.
And For This Immediately Above, You Will Need This:
He Is Going To Send A Chastisement,Unlike The World Has Ever Known!
And...Gentlemen, For What Else Is Coming To Our Doorsteps, Keep In Mind The Following:
Alternate Method For Those Who have Trouble With Ratio And Proportion Problems:
First: Place your dosimeter outside in the radiation for some fraction of an hour. Five minutes is 1/12 of an hour. Ten minutes is 1/6 of an hour, etc.
Then, multiply the reading you get in that fraction of an hour, say, 10 Roentgens, by the denominator of that fraction of an hour. If you left your dosimeter outside for ten minutes (1/6 of an hour), multiply 10 Roentgens by 6. The radiation outside, or the dose rate, would be 60 Roentgens per hour.
5 minutes = 1/12 of an hour (multiply your reading in 5 minutes by 12)
10 minutes = 1/6 of an hour (multiply your reading in 10 minutes by 6)
15 minutes = 1/4 of an hour (multiply your reading in 15 minutes by 4)
20 minutes = 1/3 of an hour (multiply your reading in 20 minutes by 3)
30 minutes = 1/2 of an hour (multiply your reading in 30 minutes by 2)
You Must Stay Safe When Getting Your Dosimeter Reading!
This is what Dr. "B" said, concerning Protein!
"Proteins have structure, and are described as Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, and Quaternary.
Primary Protein is a poly (many links) peptide—where two or more amino acids come together, forming what is called a Peptide Linkage, or bond, with the liberation of water, known as Dehydration Synthesis! The polypeptide is the specific linear sequence of amino acids that constitute the chain.
A Secondary Structure is where all matter exists in a spacial relationship, and therefore has a three–dimensional expression. The term conformation refers to the three–dimensional arrangement of the atoms of a molecule, that is, to their spatial (that is, how they are organized in space) organization.
Tertiary Structure is the next level above secondary structure, which describes the conformation of the entire protein.
"Protein tends to fold upon itself; thus, known as Native. The unfolding or disorganization of a protein is termed Denaturation, and is brought about by a variety of agents; such as, detergents, organic solvents, heat, and compounds, such as urea and guanidine chloride, which interfere with the various interactions that stabilize a protein's tertiary structure.
"Something else very important in this unfolding is Radiation! However, 90% of the body can heal itself, in that, the protein can refold into three dimensional arrangement. Since all enzymes consist of proteins, and, without this refolding, enzymatic activity goes down, and the organism dies!
"Gentlemen, one thing that is very important in helping the body build and repair is the Special Mineral you have in your Paks, and the Vitamin, both of which I invented years ago for such a time now arriving!
"Also, you are loaded down with certain antioxidants which help guard and protect against Radiation Damage! Keep on them, as they will soon disappear!"
Dr. "B" then, performed this for us because he said, "All foods will disappear. Therefore, get and store powdered milk this way, as moisture is the main ingredient that all life forms need to survive and grow. Here, the milk is already dried, somewhat denatured, but, if you were to drink 100 % whole milk from a healthy cow's teet, your stomach acid and digestive enzymes would denature it somewhat.
You can add to this by making a glass of skim milk rehydrated; then ingesting some free form amino acid capsules with it to further ensure growth and rebuilding during this awesome time now here!
This is what Dr. Alcamo, formerly of State University of New York says about protein:
Proteins are by far the most abundant organic components of microorganisms and other living things. They function as structural material as well as enzymes, a group of biological compounds that catalyze chemical reactions in living things. Destruction of the proteins in an organism, such as with heat or chemicals, usually spells death for the organism.
Proteins consist essentially of chains of nitrogen-containing compounds called amino acids. At the root of each amino acid is a carbon atom. Attached to this atom are an amino group (—NH2), an organic acid group (—COOH), and another side group. The side group determines the nature of the amino acid. There are approximately 20 different amino acids in proteins.
In protein formation, amino acids are joined together by covalent bonds as the amino groups are linked to the acid groups by a dehydration synthesis. The chain that results is known as a peptide, and the bond is therefore called a peptide bond. In some cases, the peptide is the total protein, but in other situations, one or more chemical groups are added to constitute the complete protein. How the amino acids are slotted into position in peptide synthesis is a complex process discussed in Chapter 5. It should be noted that the sequence of amino acids is of the utmost importance because a single amino acid improperly positioned may change the character of the protein.
The chain of amino acids in the protein represents the primary structure of the protein. Many simple proteins such as the human hormone oxytocin occur in this form. Numerous proteins have a secondary structure that forms when the amino acid chain twists itself into a corkscrewlike pattern. Hydrogen bonds between nearby amino acids and sulfur–to–sulfur (disulfide) linkages help maintain this structure. A secondary structure may also form when amino acid chains line up alongside one another, as in the animal hormone insulin.
In addition, many proteins have a tertiary structure. In this case, the protein is folded back on itself much like a telephone cord folded on a table. Hydrogen bonds maintain the protein in its tertiary structure. When subjected to heat or chemicals the bonds break easily and the protein reverts to its secondary structure. This process is referred to as denaturation. Since most enzymes are tertiary proteins, heat or chemicals may be used to denature them and thus interrupt the important chemical reactions they control. Death of the organism usually follows. Viruses may also be destroyed by denaturing the tertiary proteins found in the outer viral surfaces. The white of a boiled egg is denatured egg protein; cottage cheese is denatured milk protein.
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Making Your Powdered Milk Go Further!
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... To Be Continued ...
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