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Ed Conrad
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 3:43 am    Post subject: Re: U.S.Universities NOT Evolution Brain-Wash Factories...and... Reply with quote

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TwitteringOne
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2006 6:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Atmosphere vs. Body Temerature? Reply with quote

Atmosphere vs. Body Temerature?
Body normal average temperature is 37C.

Room tempreture and Atmospheric temperature
Can be different from normal body temp.

Usually low.
Although body maintain normal body temp,
Still can you tell ...

1. How surrounding atmospheric temperature, lower or higher,
Can effect
Health of a person ~ ?"
~ Kumar

"Since nobody was on the escalators,
I could have played a superstitious game I often played
During escalaotr rides, the object
Of which was to ride all the way to the top before
Anyone else stepped onto the escalator
Behind me or above me."

~ Nicholson Baker,
Quote:
From "The Mezzanine"
[p. 59]
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Kumar
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2006 5:03 pm    Post subject: Re: Atmosphere vs. Body Temerature? Reply with quote

Herman Rubin wrote:
Quote:
In article <1139962383.524771.304810@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
kumar <lordshiva5753@rediffmail.com> wrote:

Alan Mackenzie wrote:
kumar <lordshiva5753@rediffmail.com> wrote on 13 Feb 2006 17:44:04 -0800:

Why people prefer to live in atmosphere with lower temperature than our
body's temperature? At such lower temperature, whether our body need
not to do more efforts to maintain it to normal level?

The absence of malaria, sleeping sickness, and a whole host of other
high-temperature diseases and parasites, for one.

Physical labour is a lot less unpleasant in the cool than in the heat.

--
Alan Mackenzie (Munich, Germany)
Email: aacm@muuc.dee; to decode, wherever there is a repeated letter
(like "aa"), remove half of them (leaving, say, "a").

Yes, but how it happens that Physical labour is a lot less unpleasant
in the cool than in the heat? Is it due to that we are habituated yo
lower temperature or if there is ny physiological reason to it?


This is common for all warm blooded creatures, of which at
the present time I believe only mammals and birds qualify.

Bodily activities are not overly energy efficient, and even
at rest, heat is produced. The body is designed to operate
at a roughly constant temperature, and this means that if
it is too cold, heat must be retained, and if it is too
warm, heat must be lost. Assuming that a 70 kg person
produces 1000 kcal of heat to be lost during a day, this
means that .6 (small) calories/gram must be lost each hour,
or that roughly the body has to lose 1 degree Celsius of
temperature each hour to maintain body temperature.

Now how does one lose heat if the outside temperature is
as high or higher than body temperature? If it is dry
enough, evaporation CAN do this. The skin is an organ
designed to decrease heat loss, and hair and feathers
(for birds) are effective insulators. So warm blooded
creatures are designed to operate at temperatures well
below body temperature.
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This address is for information only. I do not claim that these views
are those of the Statistics Department or of Purdue University.
Herman Rubin, Department of Statistics, Purdue University
hrubin@stat.purdue.edu Phone: (765)494-6054 FAX: (765)494-0558

Is it not that people at lower outside temperature than body temp. need
to work more to burn the calories to get the heat to make body hotter.
Our body at rest should be performing that work needed to get the heat.
Both way we may feel pleasure in doing the work. At higher temp. than
body temp., we and our body need not to burn the calories, not need the
heat so need not to work. Inshort, we may be more active bodily and
physically when at lower temp. and opposite in case of higher temp.
Right"?

How such effects our body's health is need to understand deeply?
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ironjustice@aol.com
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2006 6:06 pm    Post subject: Re: Can you check it? Reply with quote

Quote:
Can it be like that in acute stages iron at problem
site in increased to cure, but decreased in case of

latent/tumor/chronic stages to control, starve--so kill? <<

Precisely ..

Imagine .. the immune system placing a gun to the invaders head a
firing a iron bullet ..

Imagine .. the immune system sequestering iron AWAY from the pathogens
{iron witholding defense mechanism / anemia of chronic disease] ..

Iron IS .. essential ..

But in excess .. bad ..

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Tom


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Arcie Mizelle
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2006 3:26 am    Post subject: Re: Where credit is .. DUE .. / I am right again / will harris eat crow? Reply with quote

Excuse me on this one. The cited article does not say that there is an
increased malarial threat from iron supplementation, rather it says there is
an increased malarial threat with iron overload and extremely different
matter. Iron overload is an excess of iron including iron stores. Giving
iron in order to supplement deficiencies is not the same as giving excess
iron to subjects at doses and for a period long enough to create an iron
overload.

You idea may have merit, but you have not chosen a good article to back you
up.

Arcie
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Dennis R
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:02 am    Post subject: Re: Can these be the effects of Insulin? Reply with quote

kumar wrote:
Quote:
Mak wrote:
On 17 Mar 2006 01:59:45 -0800, "Kumar" <lordshiva5753@rediffmail.com
Huffed and Puffed the following into the madness of usenet:

kumar aka mu aka chung

Sorry, I have no time to attend irrelavant or otherwise type of posts.

Four cross-postings to irrelevant groups snipped.


Kumar: You are the one I have to consider killfiling for continual
cross-posting with a known troll and megalomaniac, also known as Chung
(now on his third e-mail address in the last two weeks to avoid kill
filters). You are one of the few fools who still reply to him.

And I still have no idea why you keep asking these off the wall,
speculative questions that have no realistic relevance to diabetes? Do
you just roam through medical journals, and like Ironjustice Tom, just
look for anything that mentions the word insulin? What was that previous
series of posts you made trying to tie kidney disease and insulin about
anyways? It made no logical sense at all.

Dennis (Type 2, Kidney Transplant 1995)
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Kumar
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:36 pm    Post subject: Re: Can these be the effects of Insulin? Reply with quote

Dennis R wrote:
Quote:
kumar wrote:
Mak wrote:
On 17 Mar 2006 01:59:45 -0800, "Kumar" <lordshiva5753@rediffmail.com
Huffed and Puffed the following into the madness of usenet:

kumar aka mu aka chung

Sorry, I have no time to attend irrelavant or otherwise type of posts.

Four cross-postings to irrelevant groups snipped.

Kumar: You are the one I have to consider killfiling for continual
cross-posting with a known troll and megalomaniac, also known as Chung
(now on his third e-mail address in the last two weeks to avoid kill
filters). You are one of the few fools who still reply to him.

And I still have no idea why you keep asking these off the wall,
speculative questions that have no realistic relevance to diabetes? Do
you just roam through medical journals, and like Ironjustice Tom, just
look for anything that mentions the word insulin? What was that previous
series of posts you made trying to tie kidney disease and insulin about
anyways? It made no logical sense at all.

Dennis (Type 2, Kidney Transplant 1995)

Sorry, you felt and taken alik it. I go on posting and asking till any
aspect is clear to me. It don't looks to me that all aspects as
indicated in books & other referances are absolutely clear so don't
satisfy to m unless I am abosolutely, scientificaly and logically clear
to same. Although we have to get the best treatment with least
adversities & negligences. For that I feel I should be well
informed--so I do all such discussions. I don't feel I am wrong still
if you feel, I can't comment but just to say sorry. Moreover, I didn't
find Dr Chung as you are telling...so continuing. But anyone can be
wrong in his thinking/understandings...I shall prefer to continue and
watch.
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Kumar
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:39 pm    Post subject: Re: Can these be the effects of Insulin? Reply with quote

Dennis R wrote:
Quote:
kumar wrote:
Mak wrote:
On 17 Mar 2006 01:59:45 -0800, "Kumar" <lordshiva5753@rediffmail.com
Huffed and Puffed the following into the madness of usenet:

kumar aka mu aka chung

Sorry, I have no time to attend irrelavant or otherwise type of posts.

Four cross-postings to irrelevant groups snipped.

Kumar: You are the one I have to consider killfiling for continual
cross-posting with a known troll and megalomaniac, also known as Chung
(now on his third e-mail address in the last two weeks to avoid kill
filters). You are one of the few fools who still reply to him.

And I still have no idea why you keep asking these off the wall,
speculative questions that have no realistic relevance to diabetes? Do
you just roam through medical journals, and like Ironjustice Tom, just
look for anything that mentions the word insulin? What was that previous
series of posts you made trying to tie kidney disease and insulin about
anyways? It made no logical sense at all.

Dennis (Type 2, Kidney Transplant 1995)

Sorry, you felt and taken alike it. I go on posting and asking till any
aspect is clear to me. It don't looks to me that all aspects as
indicated in books & other referances are absolutely clear so don't
satisfy to me unless I am abosolutely, scientificaly and logically
clear because we have to get the best treatment with least adversities
& negligencies. For that, I feel, I should be well informed--so I do
all such discussions. I don't feel, I am wrong, still if you feel, I
can't comment but just to say sorry. Moreover, I didn't find Dr Chung
as you are telling...so continuing. But anyone can be wrong in his
thinking/understandings...I shall prefer to continue and watch.
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David Wright
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Joined: 25 Mar 2005
Posts: 750

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13, 2006 3:05 am    Post subject: Re: Iron overload reaching epidemic levels worldwide Reply with quote

In article <1144861932.643977.152080@i40g2000cwc.googlegroups.com>,
PeterB <pkm@mytrashmail.com> wrote:
Quote:

Here is a link you might find interesting. It's a vegetarian website
that I didn't have time to read over completely, but what I did read
seems pretty consistent with what we know and seems to over good advice
on the dietary side of the equation.

PeterB

What are you doing, hoping he'll go crazy looking for the missing
link?

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These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
"If you can't say something nice, then sit next to me."
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<sunkaska@bellsouth.ne
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Posts: 4

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2006 9:56 am    Post subject: Re: Iron iron everywhere / diabetes Reply with quote

<ironjustice@aol.com>
wrote in message
Quote:
SNIPPPPPP
Who loves ya.
Tom

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* White Man Is A Scativore!
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Hyderman DC
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PostPosted: Sat May 06, 2006 7:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Question About An Extremely Unlikely Scenario Reply with quote

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hyderman hyderman stuart
"Green" <glucegen@excite.com> wrote in message
news:1146872815.687569.175320@g10g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Hi:

Please forgive me for my hypothetical questions. I am just so
interested in what theoretical. I just can't help it. I apologize
profusely if anyone is annoyed. Here is the hypothetical scenario.

1. All my voluntary muscles -- excluding breathing muscles but
including speech muscles -- are relaxed to a state of total paralysis
[no amount of stimulation could cause these muscles to contract or
"un-relax"]. Thus I am unable to move or vocalize.

2. While my breathing muscles are not paralyzed, my voluntary control
of them is totally lost [this means that my autonomic nervous system
has complete control over my respiration].

3. The motor nerves supplying my voluntary muscles -- including speech
muscles but excluding breathing muscles -- are also relaxed into total
paralysis [these motor nerves are hyper-polarized] and unable to
"un-relax".

4. My entire autonomic nervous system [and their effectors], my heart's
natural pacemaker, my natural pain-relieving mechanisms, smooth muscles
[including those in the respiratory system], endocrine, hormonal, and
immune systems remain totally unresponsive to the infliction of even
the most excruciating pain.

The above symptoms are induced by some mysterious power and last for an
hour. Ten minutes after the above symptoms start, each and every
A-delta fiber throughout my body are stimulated all at the same time by
that same mysterious source and does not cause any actual injury. The
massive A-delta stimulation then ends [in an abrupt and sudden "flash"]
10 minutes before the above 4 listed symptoms end.

My questions:

Q1. What symptoms -- other than the obvious sharp pain -- will I
experience during the A-delta stimulation?

Q2. What symptoms -- other than the obvious loss of the sharp pain --
will I experience after the A-delta stimulation stops?

Q3. Will I continue to experience any other symptoms after the above 4
listed symptoms stop**? If so, what symptoms?

**The 4 listed symptoms will end in a flash after the hour is up

http://courses.washington.edu/conj/sensory/pain.htm

Quotes from the above site:

"An A-delta fiber responds to either mechanical stimuli or temperature
stimuli in the painful realm and produces the acute sensation of sharp,
bright pain."

"By contrast, a C fiber can respond to a broad range of painful
stimuli, including mechanical, thermal or metabolic factors. The pain
produced is slow, burning, and long lasting."


Thanks,

Radium
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Steve Hayes
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 4:42 pm    Post subject: Re: A FEW WORDS FROM ED CONRAD -- A Monumental Hoax Called Evolution Reply with quote

On Sat, 01 Jul 2006 12:25:47 GMT, Ed Conrad <edconrad@verizon.net> wrote:

Quote:
Payson Payson Roundup
Peoria Peoria Times
Phoenix Ahwatukee Foothills News
Phoenix Arizona Business Gazette
Phoenix Arizona Capitol Times
Phoenix Arizona Republic RSS

The trouble is that there were many, many words as uninformative and idiotic
as these.


--
Terms and conditions apply.

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