Placebo

Placebo = ich werde gefallen

Die Geschichte von Mr.Wrigth und das Pferdeserum ist ein Fall bei dem der Patient über die sensationelle Ergebnisse von “Krebiozen” bei Lymphknotenkrebs im Endstadium gelesen hatte. Es traten dann sofort erhebliche Verbesserungen bei dem schwerkranken Patienten ein. Als er später von Meldungen über die Wirkungslosigkeit des Mittels gelesen hatte, kam es zu einem Rückfall und er war wenige Tage später verstorben.

http://books.google.de/books?id=-r_8QO7imBsC&pg=PA41&lpg=PA41&dq=Wright+pferdeserum&source=bl&ots=s7kr7MHQXB&sig=fDN8I6TdTsN2cw7xP10KbA02XvU&hl=de&sa=X&ei=_Tv7UvzZAqfmywOon4GgDA&ved=0CDEQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Wright%20pferdeserum&f=false

“Der Placeboeffekt” dtv 2002

“Du bist das Placebo Dr.Joe Dispenza

Henry Beecher hat bereits 1955 einen Artikel über placebo verfasst.   http://www.jgh.ca/uploads/psychiatry/links/beecher.pdf

John Stoessl hat Zusammenhänge von Placebo und Dopamin nachgewiesen http://www.neuroscience.ubc.ca/stoessl.htm


Licht und Mäuse

Forschungsergebnisse in der Fachzeitschrift Nature Neuroscience veröffentlicht, zeigen eine Einfuss von Licht auf das Verhalten und die Gene bei Mäusen.Die Tageslängewährend der ersten Lebensmonate beeinflusst die innere  Uhr. Versuchstiere, die in winterlich kurzen Lichtphasen aufwuchsen, zeigten z.B. eine zeitlich nach hinten verschobene Tagesaktivität.

http://www.nature.com/neuro/journal/v14/n1/full/nn.2699.html


Nanobacterium

Nanobacterium sanguineum is a unique organism: there is no other like it on earth. N. sanguineum displays a helical cell wall ultrastructure, contains unique peptides, and its RNA and DNA have an unusual appearance. N. sanguineum is the smallest cell-walled organism yet described; it is smaller than the Vaccinia virus. N. sanguineum takes up amino acids from its environment, but produces biomass at just 1/10,000 the rate of E. coli. N. sanguineum divides only once every three to six days, also 1/10,000 the rate of common bacteria. Nanobacteria is the only mineral forming bacterial species to be isolated from mammalian blood. It is also the only bacteria that can create a calcific biomass at physiologic pH and mineral concentrations. N. sanguineum is pleomorphic, but all of its forms fix calcium and phosphorus to generate a carbonate apatite coating – the same stuff present in diseased arteries and kidney stones. Nanobacteria readily bind to mammalian cells, trick the cells into internalizing them, and then trigger target cell apoptosis – including killing those cells responsible for our natural defenses like T-Lymphocytes (fig1-Nanobacteria killing a T6 Lymphocyte). N. sanguineum demonstrates unique radioresistance, related to its unique nucleic acid makeup and low division rate. 16s ribosomal RNA analysis places N. sanguineum in the alpha-2 subgroup of Proteobacteria. Nanobacteria are sturdy organisms that are resistant to nearly all commonly employed anti-bacterial and anti-septic methodologies. N. sanguineum can be cultured from animal and human blood and diseased tissues. A closer look at N. sanguineum’s biology will help us understand its causative role in human disease:

http://heartfixer.com/Nanobacterium/IndexNB.htm


Brain Sand

N. sanguineum fixes calcium and phosphorus, producing pathological calcification in the tissues affected, and N. sanguineum is clearly present in the Pineal Gland. When Nanobacteria are injected into rabbits, they can be recovered from the urine within 15 minutes, and from the Cerebrospinal Fluid at one year. Nanobacteremia and Nanobacteriuria are common in humans; the bugs cross the placenta and blood-brain barrier and contaminate vaccines and biological products made in fetal bovine serum. Could it be that N. sanguineum puts a brake on human longevity, or that impaired immune function or recurrent Nanobacteremia leads to organ system dysfunction and premature senescence, via the mechanism of Pineal Gland calcification?

Presentation by Hjelle, J, T,-International Nanobacteria Minisymposium-Kuopio, Finland; 3/8/01

http://amri-ohio.com/Nanobacterium/IndexNB.htm