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#61 | Posted: 10 Aug 2009 15:11
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This is what is wrong with the law. It's a matter of national security, therefore we keep it secret. What is kept secret should be decided by the public. A jury which would sit in a court who would be shown what it was they were wanting to keep secret and whether it constitutes national security.

If that jury decides yes, it should be kept secret, then they all sign the official secrets act.

Every single thing they want to keep secret should go through this court process. The public should be able to walk into goverment office and get any file out they wish - like walking into a library, other than the files which have been declared secret by a jury. These files should then be reviewed every 10 years. They belong to us.

It is toally diabolical the level of government secrecy, "National Security" - total and utter shit.
monkeyboy
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#62 | Posted: 10 Aug 2009 15:16
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RICHPLANET.NET:
This is what is wrong with the law. It's a matter of national security, therefore we keep it secret. What is kept secret should be decided by the public. A jury which would sit in a court who would be shown what it was they were wanting to keep secret and whether it constitutes national security.

If that jury decides yes, it should be kept secret, then they all sign the official secrets act.

Every single thing they want to keep secret should go through this court process. The public should be able to walk into goverment office and get any file out they wish - like walking into a library, other than the files which have been declared secret by a jury. These files should then be reviewed every 10 years. They belong to us.

It is toally diabolical the level of government secrecy, "National Security" - total and utter shit.

can`t say it fairer than that.:)
telecaster
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#63 | Posted: 16 Aug 2009 21:00
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I was watching John Lear last night explaining about
his dismissal from abovetopsecret.com
His theory is that the intelligence agencies are running
the site and using it for disinfo purposes.
This seems very probable to me as it gets msgs out
to us quickly and because we see it on that site, we
accept it as true or from reliable sources.
I won`t be using the site in future.
T.
Dave Hall
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#64 | Posted: 16 Aug 2009 21:08
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telecaster:
I was watching John Lear last night explaining about
his dismissal from abovetopsecret.com
His theory is that the intelligence agencies are running
the site and using it for disinfo purposes.

And I have just added it to my favorites list !!!!!!!!!!
What going on guys, who can you believe ????????????????????????????????
D.
telecaster
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#65 | Posted: 16 Aug 2009 21:12
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It`s only my opinion about John Lear.
To me, his comments ring true.
We have to be careful to not fall for the propaganda
and disinfo.
But it`s up to us individuals to sort out whats what.
T.
Dave Hall
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#66 | Posted: 16 Aug 2009 21:15
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telecaster:
and disinfo.
But it`s up to us individuals to sort out whats what.

But its such a bl**dy minefield!!!
D.
monkeyboy
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#67 | Posted: 16 Aug 2009 22:08
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this is why the secrets and lies boil my pi**!!!
monkeyboy
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#68 | Posted: 16 Aug 2009 22:09
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http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releas...-nfd081009.php

Newly found DNA catalysts cleave DNA with water molecule

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Better tools for manipulating DNA in the laboratory may soon be possible with newly discovered deoxyribozymes (catalytic DNA) capable of cleaving single-stranded DNA, researchers at the University of Illinois say.

The deoxyribozymes accomplish the DNA cleavage with the sequence-selectivity and site-selectivity required for a practical catalyst, the researchers say.

"Our work suggests that deoxyribozymes have significant potential as sequence-specific DNA cleavage reagents," said chemistry professor Scott Silverman. "The hope is that we can take this fundamental advance and develop the ability to use DNA as a practical catalyst to cleave double-stranded DNA."

Silverman, postdoctoral research associate Madhavaiah Chandra and graduate student Amit Sachdeva report their discovery in a paper accepted for publication in Nature Chemical Biology and posted on the journal's Web site.

The researchers discovered the new deoxyribozymes while searching for artificial sequences of DNA that could cleave proteins. The newly found catalysts function in a fashion similar to restriction enzymes, although to date by cleaving only single-stranded DNA.

Restriction enzymes, which allow scientists to cut and paste portions of double-stranded DNA, are the fundamental catalysts of molecular biology.

Each restriction enzyme, however, has a limited number of DNA sequences it can cut. Consequently, only a few percent of arbitrarily chosen DNA sequences can be cut by commercially available restriction enzymes.

Like natural restriction enzymes, the new catalysts are both sequence-specific and site-specific. "This means we can target a particular sequence, and we know we will cut at only one site within that sequence," Silverman said. "By appropriately picking the recognition and enzyme regions of the catalyst, we should be able to cut many more DNA sequences than is possible with current restriction enzymes."

The new DNA catalysts require two metal ions manganese and zinc to carry out their catalysis, "which is intriguing, because many natural protein-based nucleases (which cleave DNA) similarly require two metal ions," Silverman said. "One or both of the metals are presumably involved in the chemical mechanism by which our DNA catalyst achieves hydrolysis of the DNA backbone."

DNA hydrolysis is a very challenging chemical reaction, much more difficult to perform than the cleavage of a strand of RNA, Silverman said. In cleaving DNA, a water molecule must be brought in for the breaking reaction to occur. Also, both the DNA and the catalyst must be arranged appropriately in three-dimensional space.

How all of this happens with the DNA catalysts is not yet clear. Silverman's research group continues to probe the structure and mechanism of the catalysts, along with identifying and characterizing catalysts with different recognition sites.

"So far, we have achieved cleavage of single-stranded DNA targets," Silverman said. "The next big step is to cleave double-stranded DNA targets."

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The National Institutes of Health, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation funded the work.

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i dont like who funded this research and i will probably like what they do with it even less

http://www.dtra.mil/
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Dave Hall
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#69 | Posted: 21 Aug 2009 20:06 | Edited by: Dave Hall
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Is this another 911/7/7 coverup ??
The Lockerbie bombing.
Two interesting articles to read.
Thoughts please
Dave
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dark star
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#70 | Posted: 21 Aug 2009 20:12
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Nothing ever adds up,i saw a tv doc on Lockerbie and it seems that there is more evidence that the CIA wre responsable than any Libyan
Dave Hall
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#71 | Posted: 21 Aug 2009 21:26
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dark star:
Nothing ever adds up,i saw a tv doc on Lockerbie and it seems that there is more evidence that the CIA wre responsable than any Libyan

I have just watched "The Conspiracy Files" prog. on Lockerbie, dont know if it was the one you saw , but very compeling.
Still to many unanswered questions
D.
Dave Hall
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#72 | Posted: 3 Sep 2009 22:33
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More Lockerbie
D.
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Dave Hall
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#73 | Posted: 10 Sep 2009 19:45
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Hmmmmmmmmmmmm
D.
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monkeyboy
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#74 | Posted: 10 Sep 2009 20:33
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Dave Hall:
Hmmmmmmmmmmmm
D.

hopefully it will encourage couch spuds to look again at the events? there is a lot of the hollywood lovies admitting to being truthers or believeing in ufo`s?
telecaster
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#75 | Posted: 10 Sep 2009 22:09
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Charlie Sheen will be moving to Equador then !
T.
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