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24212RE: [usa-tesla] Tesla's Unified Field Theory - Boscovich

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  • McGalliard, Frederick B
    Sep 18, 2008
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      Walter, the letter I was responding to, attached to mine, was from Reese, a fairly regular contributor. I have no idea how you could have missed his letter and gotten only mine. All of the series of around 6 or so letters up to this one, and a few since, are in the stream as I see it?

      From: Walter Jinright [mailto:kg4bvd@...]
      Sent: Friday, September 05, 2008 1:43 AM
      To: usa-tesla@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] Tesla's Unified Field Theory - Boscovich

      All these email with the same subject, you seem to be answering someone or emailing someone, but I see no other emails but yours?
         Have you had your meds today sir?
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 1:17 PM
      Subject: RE: [usa-tesla] Tesla's Unified Field Theory - Boscovich

      You seem to take this a bit strongly for a just suppose???
      Anyway, the model right now is that there are two groups of people. They look alike, but have a specific genetic variation.
      One group can be healed of most common infections by Penicillin, the second group dies on contact.
      Now submerge both groups in large populations with many other genetic differences, complicate the diagnosis and the treatment, and you see that it would be really really important to know what you are doing. Without the genetic information it is like doing surgery blindfolded. Pretty risky to say the least.
      And we have a lot of treatments, but only a few, and usually very vague, ways to identify the appropriate treatment for the particular patient.
      "End of class."????

      From: Reese [mailto:reeza@ reeza.com]
      Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2008 10:14 PM
      To: usa-tesla@yahoogrou ps.com
      Subject: Re: [usa-tesla] Tesla's Unified Field Theory - Boscovich

      McGalliard, Frederick B wrote:

      > So, a person's genes could tell a medico whether that person would die
      > as a result of accidental exposure to something? As a result of some
      > genetic defect? Something like that?
      > not so much die as offering a rather specific treatment with a specific
      > probability of recovery or at least slowing down a progression.

      That statement assumes that treatments are already in the bag.

      News flash: they are not.

      End of class. Go play on a busy street or something, mmmmkay? But
      tell me how you would avoid the Gattaca discriminations, first.

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