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Mad Cow and the Hemoglobin Molecule

I am concerned with regards to the lack of investigation into the hemoglobin molecule and its iron bases ferromagnetic impact or effects as cause to the anomalous folding of the prion protein.

In 1942 the microbiologist Jean Brachet documented in the Archives de Biologie his findings in research of disease while looking at the RNA granules. After multiple centrifuge and washings he'd found an iron atom in the RNA. I do not know the specific disorder suffered by the person from which this sample came. But, I do know the significance of what he isolated has been ignored.

Research being done now on the Gulf War Syndrome has isolated RNA in the blood of these victims. What this implies is a transfer from cytoplasm to blood through the membrane barrier by the iron atom in a state of ferromagnetism induced by the sodium ion proton gradient, influenced by atmospheric and osmotic pressures through the chloride shift in the capillaries within the mucous and cutaneous membranes.

The phenomena is now breaching the blood brain barrier our last defense to protect our CNS and brain. Alzheimer and Mad Cow are one and the same, caused by the transition metal iron in its ferric state, a temporary but stronger domain that can meet fracture by shutting down the energy source perpetuating it.

What Mad Cow disease implicates are the effects of iron in its current state, a temporary but stronger magnetic field and that elucidation within water or cytoplasm...."a ferrous bar en hydro-magna." I propose this to be one cause for all diseased disorders. A condition we suffer which is inherent and intrinsic to nature.

Iron is the marker, not the RNA they isolate in the blood. Examine the blood of this specific cow. Then using technological tools to isolate specific atoms, target iron in the spinal fluids and brain cells. They will find iron and perhaps granules of RNA transferred through the attachment to bacterial flagella.

The indicator for mutation of the bacteria is the CTT gene, the beta protein or hemoglobin molecule and its iron base. The precursor to the ferromagnetic condition of iron is the hemeporphyrin, an iron atom surrounded by four nitrogen bases.

- Blanche McLanahan.


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