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  #51  
Old August 13th, 2011, 05:38 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
Robert Miles[_2_]
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On 8/10/2011 9:33 AM, Psycho-Deli™ wrote:
On 10/08/11 2:35 PM, Billy wrote:
In ,
wrote:

On 8/9/2011 7:27 PM, Billy wrote:

You know that you must look really lame to the others in
sci.med.nutrition, alt.support.diabetes, alt.support.diet.low-carb by
now.

I don't have a need to impress anyone. Those folks worth their
salt will have checked out the reference I gave and be getting
miles in front of your head in the sand political approach. Why
would I care about laggards like you?


You're a dullard trying to pass for bright.


You're a boor too dull to realise by trying to win a fight that you have
already lost you make yourself an object of derision.


Children, in alt.support.diabetes, arguments like this are
a good way to get added to more killfiles by most of the
readers who use newsreaders that even have killfiles.

  #52  
Old August 13th, 2011, 05:53 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/10/2011 2:53 PM, Billy wrote:
In ,
wrote:

On 8/10/2011 9:50 AM, Billy wrote:

So much for having chosen human beings for our victims.


Still trying to bamboozle readers with multitudes of bull****?

From the article you cited:

(unbroken link here, you really should learn how that's done!)

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=ddt-use-to-combat-malaria

"Malaria is one of the world's most deadly diseases, each year
killing about 880,000 people, mostly children in sub-Saharan
Africa, according to the World Health Organization."

What's the point in spraying the inside of a house that has no
screening?

They're the victims of the failure to eradicate by any means
possible.


Citation, please, to show that every means possible isn't being used.
You are a wonder. You can't even read an article, yet you claimed to
have read a whole book. It seems unlikely.

[snip]

What are your usernames at these BOINC sites, so you can show
that you are using your computers to contribute to every means
possible?

http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/
(See the article under News dated May 18)

http://www.malariacontrol.net/

Mine happens to be fairly easy to guess, so I won't mention
it here.




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Old August 13th, 2011, 05:57 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/10/2011 4:53 PM, Billy wrote:
In ,
wrote:

are you guys having a happy day


A day without whacking a bonehead, is like a day without sunshine ;O)

[snip]

So you haven't noticed any posts from Ch_ng (with
a piece missing) yet? If not, look about a month
back in the previous posts on alt.support.diabetes.
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Old August 13th, 2011, 06:05 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/10/2011 7:28 PM, outsider wrote:
On 8/10/2011 7:03 PM, Billy wrote:
In ,
wrote:


880,000 (quoted above from your source) dying every year is clearly
not using every means possible to prevent infection and death.


Are you contending that not enough DDT is being sprayed? If so
"quantify" how much is needed. Think you could do a little thing like
that? Hmmmm?


You do insist on being a jackass. With 880,000 people dying every
year it is "clearly not using every means possible to prevent
infection and death."


So you'd insist on every means possible to wipe out infections,
such as setting off around 10,000 H-bombs to wipe out anything
they could infect and leaving the earth lifeless?
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Old August 13th, 2011, 06:12 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/8/2011 4:00 AM, Chris Malcolm wrote:
In alt.support.diabetes wrote:

[snip]
But it seems that humans are not developing an immunity to the
infections dispensed by mosquitoes.


You've not heard of sickle cell anemia?


For the few people in this thread interested in seeing
citations, here's one:

http://sickle.bwh.harvard.edu/malaria_sickle.html

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Old August 13th, 2011, 10:13 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/13/2011 12:05 AM, Robert Miles wrote:
On 8/10/2011 7:28 PM, outsider wrote:
On 8/10/2011 7:03 PM, Billy wrote:
In ,
wrote:


880,000 (quoted above from your source) dying every year is clearly
not using every means possible to prevent infection and death.

Are you contending that not enough DDT is being sprayed? If so
"quantify" how much is needed. Think you could do a little thing like
that? Hmmmm?


You do insist on being a jackass. With 880,000 people dying every
year it is "clearly not using every means possible to prevent
infection and death."


So you'd insist on every means possible to wipe out infections,
such as setting off around 10,000 H-bombs to wipe out anything
they could infect and leaving the earth lifeless?


Is this what you consider legitimately adding to the conversation?

And you're suggesting that earlier conversations lead to killfile
entries?
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Old August 13th, 2011, 10:49 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/13/2011 12:12 AM, Robert Miles wrote:
On 8/8/2011 4:00 AM, Chris Malcolm wrote:
In alt.support.diabetes wrote:

[snip]
But it seems that humans are not developing an immunity to the
infections dispensed by mosquitoes.


You've not heard of sickle cell anemia?


For the few people in this thread interested in seeing
citations, here's one:

http://sickle.bwh.harvard.edu/malaria_sickle.html


While the article correctly depicts the life cycle of the
parasite(s) it only discusses one small part of that life
cycle, that being within the human host.

Smallpox was eradicated by breaking the transmission chain
in the human being because there were no intermediaries
where it could be attacked. That's not true for malaria
where intervention, and destruction, can achieved at many
points.

"The result of this malaria program was eradication of
yellow fever and a dramatic decrease in malaria deaths.
The death rate due to malaria in employees dropped from
11.59 per 1,000 in November 1906 to 1.23 per 1,000 in
December 1909. It reduced the deaths from malaria in
the total population from a maximum of 16.21 per 1,000
in July 1906 to 2.58 per 1,000 in December 1909."

http://www.cdc.gov/malaria/about/his...ama_canal.html

We are a century downstream of the Panama Canal project.
We can do much better than we are doing now. Loss of
effectiveness of DDT doesn't mean much since other
effective toxins can be created.
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Old August 16th, 2011, 07:10 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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In alt.support.diabetes outsider wrote:
On 8/13/2011 12:12 AM, Robert Miles wrote:
On 8/8/2011 4:00 AM, Chris Malcolm wrote:
In alt.support.diabetes wrote:

[snip]
But it seems that humans are not developing an immunity to the
infections dispensed by mosquitoes.

You've not heard of sickle cell anemia?


For the few people in this thread interested in seeing
citations, here's one:

http://sickle.bwh.harvard.edu/malaria_sickle.html


While the article correctly depicts the life cycle of the
parasite(s) it only discusses one small part of that life
cycle, that being within the human host.


Because what it's about is an evolutionarily developed human immunity
to malaria, which is what you thought hadn't happened.

--
Chris Malcolm
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Old August 17th, 2011, 04:08 AM posted to sci.med.nutrition,alt.support.diabetes,alt.support.diet.low-carb
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On 8/16/2011 12:10 AM, Chris Malcolm wrote:
In alt.support.diabetes wrote:
On 8/13/2011 12:12 AM, Robert Miles wrote:
On 8/8/2011 4:00 AM, Chris Malcolm wrote:
In alt.support.diabetes wrote:
[snip]
But it seems that humans are not developing an immunity to the
infections dispensed by mosquitoes.

You've not heard of sickle cell anemia?

For the few people in this thread interested in seeing
citations, here's one:

http://sickle.bwh.harvard.edu/malaria_sickle.html


While the article correctly depicts the life cycle of the
parasite(s) it only discusses one small part of that life
cycle, that being within the human host.


Because what it's about is an evolutionarily developed human immunity
to malaria, which is what you thought hadn't happened.


Chris, you are expecting outsider can understand anything HE DOESN'T
WANT TO ARGUE

i'm trying to avoid responding to him........ sorry folks for
interrupting your newsfeed

lkate
 




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