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Shingles and Gaia

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  • Mike Doran
    I suppose the crude joke could follow, but perhaps no human condition is more telling of early life modulating climate than Shingles. It is what some
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 23, 2003
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      I suppose the crude joke could follow, but perhaps no human condition
      is more telling of early life modulating climate than Shingles. It
      is what some climatologists might call "proxy"--if they understood
      how genetic solutions to previous problems resemble present forms of
      living conditions. Again, in this case, the subject is the shape,
      and hence aerodynamics, of a nucleotide, its charge, and its mass,
      relative to a nucleotide parasol which suspends between the anode and
      cathode of the ionosphere and charge separating clouds, and then
      feeds back heat trapping of infra red light. Conductivities below in
      the oceans, in large scales, control the pattern for the global
      electrical circuit, such that a symbiotic relationship forms between
      cummulative cellular life and simple, smaller, pure nucleotides.
      These are the anscestors for sexual reproduction, with the female
      role taken on by the marine modulations of these large scale electro
      magnetic patterns, and the male role going to the nucleatode parasol.

      The relationship between sexual reproduction and the virus like state
      of the nucleated parasol (pre cellular modulations certainly were
      simply nucleotides sorted by size, shape, weight and charge) is seen
      in VD--and in this case, the specific disease of Shingles is
      fascenating due to the virus finding refuge in the fatty tissues
      associated with the myolin sheaths of nerve tissues. Of interest,
      then, becomes the ability of the virus to move in and among the nerve
      tissues . . . Again, the sorting by shape, size, mass and charge of
      the nucleotide will have an impact on how the VD moves between the
      anode and cathodes of nerve tissues, marking how this painful
      disorder does what it does, and explaining, really, the living earth
      connection to the fundimental functions of our nervous system.

      Shingles is also interesting in that it is a condition that sets in
      later in life. This may be explained by the virus evolving back to
      a "wild type" of the kind that was responsive to charge, mass, shape
      and size of the nucleotides, with sufficient variety and character to
      have evolved to move in the nervous system. In short, it evolves
      back to its Gaia role, which is paralleled in the nervous system,
      which also evolved in Gaia's context with this symbiotic relationship
      in mind.
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