[D-G] Holbrooke / Glastonbury Thorn

charles hubaker solntsepyati at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 3 12:19:13 PST 2011

Theodore notices that the Russians are offering their expert knowledge on 
Stuxnet phenomenon from what they learned at Chernobyl. T. recognizes the 
diagnotics for hyper- and hypokalemia (high and low potassium) periodic 
paralysis, and that a glucose-insulin challenge indeed helps the clinician to 
decide which is which in those cases. T. also notices a cause, by tick-bite 
(especially in Australia) is flaccid paralysis, a curare-like symptom.

'....No significant increases of birth defects (BD) nosology has been found, 
although there is an increasing tendency in the groups 'polydactyly' and 
'multiple congenital malformations'. No correlation between BD incidence and 
dose exposure has been noticed.'
(Lazjuk GI et al, abstract: The Dynamics of Birth Defects Incidence in Fetuses 
and Newborns in Byelorussia after Chernobyl Accident, Am. J. Hum. Genet. 
[1991] 49 [Suppl.]

T. forgot, in haste, to ask Delattre about it, yet since fungal 
trichothecenes cause poisoning that mimics nuclear poisoning, and because they 
may not show up at autopsy, these compounds, too, are also of investigative 
value in the Holbrooke 'disappearance.' Fungal toxins would disturb the 
collagen-elastin ratio, just as most clinicians think of hyper- and hypokalemic 
periodic paralysis as sodium-channelopathies. Yet this is misleading, for T. has 
been shown another ratio of god's dx/dy assemblage: sodium exchange is 50 times 
faster than potassium in the gastrointestinal tract. That 50: 1 ratio will link 
to ECG waveforms in the 300-400 millisecond range as well as thyroid pulse of 
the ferret, air quality monitor par excellence.

Egyptian expeditions into Sudan and the Congo, whether or not 
military, parallels the Dane, Hamburger, and the 1911 expose which points the 
link to the Month of Low Potassium:
Hamburger's Egyptian Stele, 1911
(Scroll down to the fifth image)

It is the sugar-accumulating strains of banana from New Guinea that are 
important when perusing the literature on tick-borne paralysis, polio, or 
cardiac hyper- and hypokalemia. Since bananas are endemic to northern India, it 
seemed worth mentioning, since the CDC must not know that Chikungunya virus 
could as well have been named by the Indians rather than the Makonde tribe.


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