JUST THINK what might happen … For over a decade, this 1994 interview was seen by very few people. On March 9, 2007, a worldwide gateway opened and this interview was released. The eyes4ears channel is truly blessed to be known as the international launch pad for the internet premier of Alex Collier’s thought-provoking 1994 interview, even though back then we had to post it in 12 sections due to youtube limitations. Here it is, finally in full length now that youtube has changed those rules. As the interview continues to be re-posted, the explosive content has developed a habit of creating spontaneous conversational hotbeds all over the world wide web. Viewers have made sharing their personal passionate thoughts and opinions on the film’s sometimes controversial ideas a tradition that comes along with sharing this classic video. The interviewer, Rick Keefe, continues to make fascinating UFO videos. You can keep up-to-date on his latest efforts by visiting his official website: www.ufohypotheses.com
“Only puny secrets need protection. Big discoveries are protected by public incredulity.” Marshall McLuhan In this video, we will take a closer look at the global infatuation that many space programs around the world seem to have with the “vector” symbol. I actually briefly discussed this particular subject matter publicly before in an on-camera interview I did a couple years back that appeared in the documentary film “Moon Rising” (directed by Jose Escamilla), so for those of you who have seen that film already, you will already be no doubt aware of some of the bizarre and blatant connections I am highlighting in this presentation here. There are a few new things I included that did not make it into “Moon Rising” though, so I hope you still enjoy watching my version of this evidence presentation. While NASA of course plays front and center in this, their “meatball” insignia is far from the only example of official space program symbology that blatantly engages in this “vector worship”, and it may surprise some people when they see how important those who really “run the show” here on planet Earth consider this design element to be. This vector shape has long held tremendous secret symbolism for certain elite facets of our planet’s population, with those “Powers That Be” covertly ensuring that the vector symbology would be globally emblematic of the most advanced and awe-inspiring of all human scientific exploratory endeavours – mankind’s reconnaissance of the vast New …
What is officially known regarding the “Pulsating Orbs of Light” UFO’s! The UK Ministry of Defense has revealed regarding these “Pulsating Orbs of Lights” UFO’s. Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) in the UK Air Defence Region The Ministry of Defence has released this report in response to a Freedom of Information request and we are pleased to now make it available to a wider audience via the MOD Freedom of Information Publication Scheme. Where indicated information is withheld in accordance with Section 26 (Defence), Section 27 (International Relations) and Section 40 (Personal Information) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. www.mod.uk That Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP or UFO) Exist is indisputable. Credited with the ability to hover, land, take off, accelerate to astonishing velocities and vanish. They can reportedly alter their direction of flight suddenly and clearly can exhibit aerodynamics characteristics well beyond those of any known aircraft or missile – either manned or unmanned. The Conditions for the initial formation and sustaining of what are apparently buoyant charged masses (of Plasma), which can form, separate, merge, hover, climb, dive, and accelerate are not completely understood. Dependent on a color’s temperature and aerosol density, it may be seen visually, either by it self generated plasma color, by reflected light, or silhouette by light blockage and background contrast. Occasionally and perhaps exceptionally, it seems a field with …
Parasitic worms may be useful in treating lung disease and healing wounds, according to a study published online today (Jan.15) in Nature Medicine.
Although far from benign — these intestinal parasites infect more than a billion humans worldwide and kill or sicken hundreds of millions of people yearly — the worms appear to trigger key elements of the immune system responsible for repairing damaged tissues and reducing inflammation.
These live worms could be used someday in a controlled setting to treat serious lung injury caused by respiratory infections, such as pneumonia, according to the senior author on the report, William Gause of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark, N.J.
What doesn’t kill you …
Gause and his colleagues studied a worm in rodents called Nippostrongylus brasiliensis, similar to a specific hookworm that infects more than 700 million humans, largely in developing countries. The life cycle of both N. brasiliensis and the hookworm is a fantastic voyage:
They enter the host’s body when skin, often on the feet, comes in contact with worm larvae in feces-contaminated mud or water. The larvae travel through the circulatory system to the lungs; burrow out through the trachea, or windpipe; get swallowed down the esophagus; and then make their way through the stomach to the small intestines, where they mature into worms and propagate furiously, producing millions of eggs. [Tales of Bizarre Parasites]
The worse damage from the worms is to the lungs. As such, over the course of human (and rodent) evolution, the body has developed unique ways to minimize the harm done by hookworms and their like.
Tickling the immune response
Gause’s team found proteins in the immune system called cytokines that help to oust intestinal worms in mouse lungs and also initiate a cascade of healing. They do so by mobilizing various elements of the immune system to reduce inflammation and clear infectious debris while simultaneously stimulating so-called growth-factor steroids and other proteins to quickly repair the damaged lung tissue.
That initial cytokine action is called a Th2 response, so named because it involves immune system white blood cells called Type 2 helper T cells. The researchers’ main findings are that the Th2 response has secondary, potent acute wound-healing effects and that worms can trigger it.
Gause said that what occurs in mice from N. brasiliensis perhaps occurs in humans exposed to parasitic worms. If so, these worms could be more effective than some drugs at triggering the immune response to cure the body from within.
“This orchestrated enhanced wound-healing response, which includes control of harmful inflammation and direct mediation of wound repair, may have evolved in the host to mitigate harmful effects of the considerable acute tissue damage these large multicellular parasites can cause as they migrate through essential organs,” Gause told LiveScience. “In this regard, these parasites or parasite products may potentially be used to treat acute lung injury.”
The use of helminths, or parasitic worms, to treat immune disorders is called helminthic therapy, and it is not new. Promising studies are underway using live worms to treat several inflammatory diseases and autoimmune disorders such as Crohn’s disease. These studies involve non-human parasites, most commonly Trichuris suis, a type of whipworm in pigs.
Helminthic therapy builds upon the hygiene hypothesis, which states that a decrease in the exposure to worms, bacteria and other parasites in developed nations has led to an increase in autoimmune disorders such as allergies and asthma.
Gause’s work adds a new twist to helminthic therapy, moving it into the realm of wound healing and tissue repair. In addition to further studying the effects of live worms on mice and humans, Gause said his group would also try to isolate the parasite products that may actively enhance the wound-healing process.