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What Is It
What Causes It ?
Where Is It Coming From ?
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A Killing Mechanism, Part I and Part II, is coming to Planet Earth, your home and our home.
It will come from Within and and it will come from Without. There will be a melding of these forces to effect a massive wipeout. The without/within portion will come from Case A and Case B of The Killing Mechanism, Part I, respectively.
Case A will come from sheer terror, confusion, and chaos, melded with that coming from other countries. This will put extreme stress on the chemistry of the organism that has been under attack for some time now (endocrine disruptors, excess polyunsaturated fats, polluted water and air, over–medication generating reactive oxygen species in excess, etc.) and is prime for a breakdown, such that its normal biological defenses will be overwhelmed. The fittest biochemistries will survive.
All organisms under attack will have to cope with enhanced Reactive Oxygen Species, excessive Shift bases formed generating Amadori shifts falling into Mallard reactions. Lipid peroxidation will be accelerated. DNA will not be able to do the Dark Repair as continual attacks on it will overcome this mechanism. Tissues will die and not have a chance at repair after a while. The onslaught will be too much for all, except the hardiest of the biochemistries. We are going to witness, throughout all this, "The Survival of The Fittest," and not realize this, until it is all over, with few remaining on Planet Earth years from now.
Case B will be that coming from within your own bodies. Keep in mind, A and B will meld, increasing the damage. Case A and Case B will become as one.
The die was cast some 50 years or more ago. Part II of The Killing Mechanism was cast some 26,000 years ago. There is no turning back. We will do as best we can to give what we know that will help one survive. In some cases, nothing can be done.
The Second portion of The Killing Mechanism, Part II, will come from without. It will come from the stars, and because of the within portion, Case B, Part I, it will reinforce itself and create massive deaths worldwide. The Second Portion of that coming from without will generate a massive kill–off, first. Then, we should, who are left alive, witness a massive die–off—around 2016 – 2020. No one can be sure of the time schedule. It may last a generation or more; or, may happen much faster because of the weakened biochemistries now presented. It was recently given that man is no longer living as long as previously, but he has lost a few years off his lifespan. He is no longer living to 70s plus but now to his later 60s.
This second portion will be due to the damage done to the genomes of humans and other species. It will take a generation or sooner, to see the what the powerful radiations in the Arm of Orion, enormous electric currents and electromagnetic fields have done to the reproducing organisms, as the Solar System moves through The Galactic Plane.
There are other denizens "waiting" for something to pass near; still others moving about such that as our Solar System comes close to them, wreaking havoc upon us and the planet.
It will take time to overcome this damage and develop adaptative chemistries such that in effect, stronger species form from the wreakage. But, in the meantime of such an Event, teratogenic formations, still births, and greatly weakened biochemistries, and altered DNA (whereby the Dark Repair or Excision Repair may not...will not...work effectively), will wreak havoc on species. A massive die–off is inevitable. But...as the die–off occurs, Mother Nature uses adaptative mechanisms to evolve a stronger organism eventually. We can not be sure of any absolute time scale, but a generation or two may pass away during this massive die–off. Some, those strongest biochemically and physically, will survive. Life has a great way of surviving.
The first part of The Killing Mechanism, Part II, will be a massive kill–off. We give nothing as absolute here and hope this is all wrong, but as you will see from what follows, there is a possibility, slim, maybe, but the possibility still exists.
We cannot tell you how best to respond in all instances: We do not know, but we do feel, there is a strong possibility that a Slate Wiper is coming, as happened 11,000 to 19,000 years ago on the sparsely populated planet earth at that time. That which is coming now will cause mass exterminations of all the various living forms. From this, the simplest of creatures, the viruses to the bacteria, to the amphibians in all the world's seas, oceans, lakes, rivers, and streams, to the fowls of the air, and on to the higher forms of animal life on planet earth will disappear never to be seen again. From this, a remodeling of species that are the hardiest will take place; some new species will develop generations from here. We can't tell for sure about the time table; nor, the species that change and those that leave the face of the Earth never to grace it again; or, new ones that develop. This we do know: This has happened a number of times in the past.
From the ashes of the Phoenix, new species will be generated and old species with stronger biochemistries that survive, will be entirely revamped in looks, intelligence, mass, and neural wiring. Life has a great way of surviving, as it did 11,000 – 19,000 years ago when the "Event" happened. And from the old template of species that survived the kill–off and grew, a massive die–off came to those creatures from that "Event," whereby the fittest of creatures survived, and the man of that survival developed a bigger brain case, had better neural wiring, and started producing art, mathematics, poetry, and music, paleontologists inform us.
This latter portion of the die–off that survives will be "survival of the fittest." This is biochemically important. We see this in molecular biology and biochemistry all the time. "It illustrates the importance of various characteristics that biological molecules play in life." — Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 3rd. edition, Elliot & Elliot, page 159
Evolution, under the watchful eye of a prime motivator, developed two characteristics for life to take place and function as well as it does. They are: Polarity (asymmetric charge distribution) and Hydrophobicity (water 'hating'), that are extremely important on a planet such as earth that has water, and then...life.
Another feature of life is "bonding." Those electrical attractions between and within biomolecules of lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, and DNA. Cellular dysfunction occurs when the "wiring" is forced into wrong configurations or done by outside and/or inside forces, such as Electromagnetic Pulses (EMPs) of varying strengths and frequencies, lipid peroxidations, reactive oxygen species, and so forth. Noncovalent bonds, weak bonds of electrical attraction that do not share equally, are readily broken and reformed, unless an outside or inside force is strong enough to cause a permanent breakage also involving strong covalent bonds.This feature of noncovalent bonds broken and reformed "allows noncovalent bonds to mediate the dynamic interactions that occur among molecules in the cell." —Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments, Gerald Karp, 1st. & 4th. Editions
Noncovalent bonds are weak bonds. These bonds are easily disturbed as in the whisking of an egg white, as you'll see in The Killing Mechanism, Section Three. A force, such as that which is coming from the Stars, may disturb them, creating havoc.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, by Elliot & Elliot, Third Edition, page 39, writes, concerning weak bonds:
"Without noncovalent bonds, such vital life activities as metabolic reactions, duplication of DNA, and movement of materials within cells could not occur" — Ibid.
"It is their very weakness that makes them of central importance to life. The essence of almost everything in life involves biological specificity, which depends on one molecule binding to another with such exquisite precision that only the particular molecules designed by evolution to interact do so. To emphasize the point again, the precisely specific binding of molecules one to another is the basis of virtually all biological processes."
An enzyme is specific for one reaction; a hormone for a particular receptor site; proteins recognized and attached to DNA at a particular site because particular proteins control, bind to and recognize a particular stretch of DNA. Antibodies combine with particular antigens. The case goes on and on. How are these interactions molecularly achieved and precise?
Elliot & Elliot write:
"The binding processes in the examples referred to depend on weak bonds and the specificity arises from:
If something breaks these fragile bonds and keeps them apart; or, they reform in a different fashion, life or health as we have come to know it, may be vastly different, or not exist.
The combination of (1) and (2) means that only molecules shaped to fit their designated partner (s) can bind in this way. The two must be complementary in shape. The relationship can be so precise that, if a single atom is changed in an enzyme substrate, or in the active centre of an enzyme, the interactions do not occur (WebMaster's Emphasis)."
- The fact that individual bonds are so weak that several must be formed for the attachment to occur; and
- The weak bonds can form only if the relevant atoms are positioned close enough to each other.
"Binding of substrates to an enzyme must not be so tight that the products of the reaction cannot diffuse away; gene action and reversible gene control demand that interactions are easily reversible," writes Elliot & Elliot.
"In summary, weak bonds permit precise binding between molecules and give the basis for biological specificity. Small numbers of bonds permit easy reversibility of the binding while large numbers can produce stable inter– and intramolecular interactions. The role of weak bonds in biochemistry will be more apparent when we come to the chapters on membranes, protein structure, gene structure, and gene actions" — Ibid.
Life as we know it, is about to change. For a while, it will be quite rough. Those species that are the strongest physically and/or biochemically, will survive, unless hit by the rocks coming, volcanos erupting, tidal waves three and four miles high, etc. It will get vastly better than anything we can even imagine with this new change coming—we suspect. More of all the immediate above will be explained later.
The former element, Polarity, appears to be what the universe is made up of, along with antipolarity, which projects into matter and antimatter, among other things.
Suffice it for now...the violence and senseless killings will now be on the increase. There will be more cop violence against unarmed citizens. This will escalate into more crime against police officers such that some areas will be without policemen because of the uncontrolled violence against them. They will seek other employments. There will be some cities where, if they still have police, will not venture, even with their War Wagons, into the deep ghetto inner cities. These areas will eventually burn. A firestorm will be formed that will spread to the suburbs and outlying areas. The rich will be prime targets. Madness, sheer madness will soon be evident on Planet Earth! Be prepared. We will not be speaking any longer about how to be prepared; only...be prepared.
This is coming soon as cities go bankrupt. Expect city services to be interrupted, sporadic, or even stopped. There will be laws enacted controlling movement into and out of the metropolises. Movement will be curtailed. Curfews will be set. We saw this during Hurricane Ike and others. Passes will have to be gotten for night shifts to present to the remaining law enforcement when moving about after curfews.
The Killing Mechanism
A number of basic ideas must first be burned into our memory banks. We will discuss as presented; or, later, as necessary to make ideas clearer to understand.
Some 40 to 60 years ago, we did not have all of the refined foods as we do now; nor was practically everyone on polyunsaturated fats, such as cannola oil, fish oil, etc. These highly fragile oils have peculiar things done to them, unlike saturated fats. The former all undergo lipid peroxidation, the process wherein that fat becomes rancid. Even if you just took vitamins C, E, beta–carotene, and other antioxidants and then quickly ingest fish oil and quickly follow that with more vitamin antioxidants and the mineral selenium, you cannot play catchup and stop the lipid peroxidation from occurring.
Lipid peroxidation is the process of forming rancid lipids from polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs). There are some web sites that advertise that we all eat rancid fats in one stage or another regularly. They say it does not harm the body. However, you will see that eventually it does as one ages. And with all the endocrine disrupters out there and PUFAs now being ingested, mankind has about reached its limit.
In just only about 40 to 60 years, we are now reaping—and have been for some time now—what the immediate above are doing to just the American society. Birth rate down, teens mad as hell, violence eruption on teachers, cancer and heart disease still climbing (cancer next year, or this, is to replace heart disease as the number one killer).
A thing called Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), is built into the human body. Without it, we can't live, because it is a process that is from the body necessarily using molecular oxygen (oxygen in the atmosphere). Programmed death is built into the body! Yet, we can slow it down (provided we control infections) doing certain things and being aware of this function, that can't be avoided. Oxygen is a "Sword of Damocles." It is a two–edged sword. It gives life and it takes life. It is very toxic.
Oxygen appeared on the Earth about 2.2 billion years ago. Cyanobacteria, in making food from the chemical soup at that time, spewed out its waste product, oxygen, for billions of years. This filled up the atmosphere with it. Other organisms developed and evolved and learned to use oxygen. Many species probably died, but the fittest survived. They learned how to get around its toxicity and grew and multiplied. It eventually took them out, but the species survived and continued to evolve and multiply. This same adaptation is about to occur with all species again, but in a short span of time, we feel. The templates and biochemistries are already here—they don't need to be created this time; however, we feel some definite remodelling will occur, resulting in a better species and some to many new species created.
We will discuss, in addition to Lipid Peroxidation and ROS, Spin Restrictions–thermodynamic barriers to spin inversion (this is coming!), Bond Scission, or Bond–breaking. All figure in The Killing Mechanism, whether Part I with its Cases A/B, and Part II.
We ask you to endure with us for attempting to make this simple whereby it can be understood. Wherein such simplicity is involved, unavoidably, some scientific misunderstanding can be introduced into the the subject matter. Your WebMasters also have a large number of science people studying this site to stay abreast of what is happening in our society. Some of this material is for them too. The WebMasters could write a textbook on this matter. This is not our objective in this instance. We hope it has not been over-simplified. Our job in this matter is to present the material such that one can come away from here knowing what is happening out there when it starts in full view of everyone and perhaps, have some means of surviving in relatively good health and mind, and help them avoid panicking. Being forewarned is being forearmed.
Writing in the January 2009, issue of U.S. & World Early Warning Report, Richard Maybury points out what's facing Obama after he takes office, and states that Obama must place:
Various newsletter writers over the years have said that the main reason that J.F. Kennedy was assassinated was because big
business, chiefly the big bankers, did not like him. This stemmed from the fact that he and his brother, Robert Kennedy, were formulating plans to do away with the Federal Reserve.
It is unfortunate that Obama inherited such a Shit Sandwich, coined by popular freelance writer and author, James Howard Kunstler. There may be several attempts on his life if things don't improve within the year, and we do not feel they will. Furthermore, we feel the attempts will primarily come from Within, rather than from Without, his party, though made to look like the latter.
Richard Maybury also feels you need to spend some money on security. "Make a hobby of emergency preparedness," he writes. also:
"The blame for the economic mess squarely where it belongs, on the Federal Reserve's 94 years of inflating the money supply.
If Obama does not do this, then the blame will be placed on him. Among the many terrible results will be that every bigot in the country will be shouting, We told you so!, and race relations will be set back a half–century."
"Your neighbors' complacency is your best protection. As long as you are a less attractive target than they are, the crooks are not likely to bother you."
You WebMasters add: "Don't count on it!"
Maybury writes in the March 2009, issue of U.S. & World Early Warning Report:
"A small prediction: as the economic crisis worsens, Americans will rediscover Ronald Regan's words:
...and he writes this regarding Obama:
'Government isn't the solution, it's the problem.'
"State and local officials will open their eyes to what's being done to us, and will arrive at the question, why play this circular game? Why not just eliminate the middle–man and keep the wealth for ourselves?
"The federal government will begin to starve. Washington will finally be seen for what it is — the country's most dangerous enemy — and we will be on the road to revolution."
"Only one person, Obama, has the influence to manipulate the velocity of the US dollar.
"All his life he was taught that the government has the knowledge, honor and wisdom to control the economy and make things better. At his inauguration, he signed on to be emperor of the world, and now he is in the process of learning that the emperor has no clothes.
"He must be dejected. At some point, he could become despondent; he might even break down and start crying right in fron of the cameras.
Velocity (Editor's Note: the speed in which money movement in a society changes hands) would freeze solid.
"The strain on this man is unimaginable. So, again, if you do get back into non–dollar assets now, don't get in deeply. For a full commitment, I plan to wait until I believe velocity has turned and the flight from the dollar is becoming so strong that nothing Obama says or does can reverse it."
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Just 44 days into the job, and President Obama is going gray. The stress of running the country is onerous on him:
Before Being President
Folks! Even if you prepared, the Stress and Strain will be onerous on you. If you did not prepare, it will be inordinate!
44 Days After Becoming President
Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)—Because oxygen is a free radical (Gilbert, 1981; Halliwell and Gutteridge, 2006), it has the tendency to form highly reactive oxygen species which can generate free radicals causing chain reactions and causing cellular component damage:
Reactive Oxygen Species
|Produced by the electron transport chain and at other sites. Generates other reactive oxygen species but cannot diffuse far from the site of origin.
|Not a free radical, but can generate free radicals by reaction with a transition metal (e.g., iron: Fe2+). Can diffuse into and through cell membranes.
|The most reactive species in attacking biological molecules. Produced by water in the presence of iron (Fe2+).
||An organic free radical produced from RH (Polyunsaturated Lipid) by OH. attack. RH can be the carbon of a double bond in a fatty acid (resulting in -C.=C-) or RSH (organic thiol) (resulting in R-S.)
| Organic Peroxide Radical
|An organic peroxide radical, such as occurs during lipid degradation.
| Hypochlorous Acid
|Produced in bacteria during the respiratory burst to destroy invading organisms.
| Singlet Oxygen
|Oxygen with antiparallel spins. Produced at high oxygen tensions from the absorption of energy. Decays with the release of light.
Oxygen is a two–edged sword. It's necessary for life. In order to use molecular oxygen, the human body had to evolve with this gas already here and had to learn how to use it and avoid its deadly effects. There may have been numerous times, if you and I were watching human evolution, that we thought human organisms would not make it.
But, God had other plans. Mitochondria are now most definitely thought to have been a microbe using oxygen first and then somehow conjoined with other cells, evolving into what are now higher animals. Without them, we could not have used oxygen effectively. It was a 'marriage' made in heaven.
Instead of making the higher organisms sick, they gave it energy, fueling the organism's requirement for growth, multiplying, and repair. In return, the organism gave food and greater protection to the bacteria. The symbiosis of the two probably took place 250 million to 150 million years ago in an epoch before the dinosaurs and evolved through their reign. A melding eventually took place and symbiosis faded as they became one.
Evidence shows evolution probably used a trial and error situation in that during this first period, "a bacterium took up residence inside the body of an insect. The bacterium may have been friend, foe, or neither to its host." But this was later resolved after eons of time and friendship was established. — Science News, 'A More Perfect Union,' May 19, 2001. Karp, writing in his fourth edition, says of this matter:
"Mitochondria have evolved from an ancient aerobic bacterium that took up residence inside the cytoplasm of an anaerobic host cell."
The bacteria evidently learn through the trial and error of evolution. Otherwise, as soon as an organism begins using oxygen, the organism, being a collection of organic molecules, would immediately go into spontaneous combustion and vaporize. If the latter problem had already been solved by the planetary forces in its early beginning, and this spontaneous combustion was not a problem because of the spin restriction applied to oxygen, then later, or simultaneously, the friendship was established at the same time or shortly—in geologic time scales—thereafter, and oxygen was controlled and not immediately toxic as the spontaneous combustion problem was solved at the same time of oxygen's toxicity. This was a huge problem. But not so big that the Mind of God could not work it out.
Karp in his first publication of Cell and Molecular Biology: Concepts and Experiments, says:
"The fact that mitochondria are similar in size to bacteria is more than coincidental, since a body of evidence suggests that these organelles have evolved from bacteria that lived symbiotically within other cells. In some cells, such as those of early embryos, mitochondria are almost spherical in shape, whereas in others, such as fibroblasts, they are elongate, threadlike structures.
"Consistent with their central role in making chemical energy available to a cell, mitochondrial size, number, and intracellular location vary from one type of cell to another. An average mammalian liver cell contains about 1500 mitochondria, corresponding to 15 to 20 percent of the cell's volume. Mitochrondria are even more numerous in muscle cells, which require large amounts of ATP to fuel their contraction. Mitochondria are often associated with fatty acid–containing oil droplets from which they derive raw materials to be oxidized."
Now, here's the interesting rub, when you see a person with lots of energy, that is one definite item it used to be thought they inherited only from their mother, unless something goes awry. You inherited the genes for the power plants, the mitochondria, from a mother's genome and not the father's.
You mothers–to–be: Don't smoke, cut out the polyunsaturated fats except that you receive in corn, flax seeds, nuts, etc. Do not poison your genetic materal such that it is altered and not in full bloom to transfer to your offspring the mitochondria in full focus. Do not smoke, do drugs, and so forth. Live a chaste life and hope and pray for the best, because there are so many endocrine disrupters out there now, including that in fish, water, and foods—yes, even the so–called "organic" foods.
The Associated Press, August 22, 2002, writes in, 'Study of man's cellular makeup renders surprise':
"Cells employ mitochondria — microscopic creatures captured eons ago — to extract energy from food. Mitochondria have their own genes, separate from the usual human blueprints, and scientists long believed that only mothers passed them on to the next generation.
"Danish scientists have documented the first known exception to the rule, a man whose muscle cells contain mitochondria that came mainly from his father," according to Marianne Schwartz, geneticist at Copenhagen University Hospital. It could have been a mutation in the genetic materia for the mitochondria from the mother that forced paternal derivation. So prospective fathers need to follow the same proscriptions as women for progeny in the future.
Frank Ryan, M.D., in Virus X, writes:
"Lynn Margulis, a biologist at Amherst College ... believes that through symbiosis radically different life forms combine to accomplish more than either could separately."
Dr. Ryan continues...
"The mitochrondria that provide animal cells with oxygen–derived energy were once independent bacteria that were engulfed by the primal cells that later evolved into animals. This is almost certainly the explanation for a curious paradox. Mitochondria have their own hereditary DNA which needs to divide by its own private little binary fission every time the cell itself divides. And plant cells too have their astonishing equivalent, chloroplasts, which provide them with the ability to photosynthesize."
Everywhere you look, one sees God's handiwork in his creation. Symbiosis is present in "holobionts," of fungi and algae. Why did He do it this way? As the great astrophysicist, Stephen Hawking, says in his writings concerning a different topic, "To know the answer to that would be to know the mind of God."
For instance, the universe is full of puzzling handiwork. Hawking's A Brief History of Time speaks of Roger Penrose of Oxford University and theoretical mathematician. Professor Hawking and Roger Penrose proved "that in the beginning of time would have been a point of infinite density and infinite curvature of space–time." Laplace, the great French Mathematician, "theorized that God chose how the universe began and what laws it would obey, but did not intervene thereafter," writes Hawking. The following question is often brought up by "philosophers, scientists, and just ordinary people:
"Why it is that we and the universe exist? If we find the answer to that, it would be the ultimate triumph of human reason — for then we would know the mind of God."
Virus X also points out:
"The cell bodies of coral, an animal, embrace in their living protoplasm the bodies of algae, which are plants. The algae make sugars and starches through photosynthesis that provide nourishment for the coral, while the coral provides a shelter and supplies of otherwise scarce phosphate and nitrogen essential to the algae. Bacteria fix nitrogen around the roots of leguminous plants; other bacteria fix sulphur or methane in symbiotic partnerships with marine invertebrates"
Symbiosis is everywhere and it was probably mostly wiped out 11,000 to 19,000 years ago in a mass extinction, with new forms of life coming into existance by virture of "Survival of the Fittest." Everything on this planet lives in a symbiotic relationship which may soon be disrupted.
Now, here's the difficulty presented:
"All of the great cycles of life on earth are symbiotic in a more holistic sense. So green plants on land and in water, produce the oxygen that animals, including humans, breathe. Animals, in their turn, produce the carbon dioxide the plants need to manufacture carbohydrates. The humble bacteria that teem in soil recycle elements such as carbon and nitrogen, derived from the complex chemicals and proteins of animals and plants, and enable the new generation of plants to reutilize them in their growth. How extraordinary it is to realize that if these humble microbes that live in the soil were to die off, all of the higher life on earth, including humanity, would become extinct! The harder one looks, the more important the role of symbiosis in all of the great cycles and balances that play such a vital role in life on earth."
Think about this for a second. All life would stop if microbes were sterilized off the earth. Hold all the thoughts from above and see them as one thought. With The Killing Mechanism, Part II coming to this planet, we may just witness a mass extermination of animal and plant forms. This has happened in the past, and in some mysterious way life was remodeled, reformulated, and one might say, recreated. Life has a great way of surviving. But, it's gonna be greatly reduced!
Destroy any one of the symbionts from above; you have altered the Master Plan. For example, getting rid of one of the symbionts that are necessary to grow food, and mass extermination follows.
Now...let's investigate this wonderful two–edged sword, oxygen, and see why it is magnificient for us...and at the same time, destroys us.