Monthly Archives: November 2010

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Phones


You know how its the running gag on the movies and tv that as soonas the person hangs up they lose the trace…. why not implement a strategy that  automatically connects the call without it being broken the lines of … Continue reading

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Questions….


Is there a possibility that the blood circulation in multiple sclerosis patients can be improved by the aforementioned techniques? Can it be said that the rigidity and constriction is improved not only in the viens for the circulation but for the … Continue reading

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In addition


Thinking about Achalasia my mind turned to Multiple Sclerosis or rather the blockage of the viens in relation to the blocked passage in the throat. Only to realize that in order to keep the whole body functioning at an optimum … Continue reading

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Look here….


The difference between the realization of an idea and the completed concept is the direction it takes the consistency of detail and the vision of what its potential could be -what value it has…. The overall theme is to concieveas … Continue reading

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Going the distance… some software cont.


Usually preparing for the journey having all necessary requirements sometimes a little extra for good measure emergency supplies and staples guidance good memory and painstaking care to go the distance from point A to point B.  The conduit idea of … Continue reading

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“Molecular Station”


Zebra fish– originating in India carp family striped minnow like fish sold in pet stores known for their horizontal black stripes. Studies done include reference to herpes simplex in humans ;the tumor necrosis factor ; cancer. In the embryotic and adult … Continue reading

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