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« Reply #11175 on: Aug 7th, 2014, 07:32am »

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« Reply #11178 on: Aug 7th, 2014, 12:08pm »

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Dramatic growth of grafted stem cells in rat spinal cord

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August 7, 2014

Building upon previous research, scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Veteran's Affairs San Diego Healthcare System report that neurons derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) and grafted into rats after a spinal cord injury produced cells with tens of thousands of axons extending virtually the entire length of the animals' central nervous system.

Writing in the August 7 early online edition of Neuron, lead scientist Paul Lu, PhD, of the UC San Diego Department of Neurosciences and colleagues said the human iPSC-derived axons extended through the white matter of the injury sites, frequently penetrating adjacent gray matter to form synapses with rat neurons. Similarly, rat motor axons pierced the human iPSC grafts to form their own synapses.

The iPSCs used were developed from a healthy 86-year-old human male.

"These findings indicate that intrinsic neuronal mechanisms readily overcome the barriers created by a spinal cord injury to extend many axons over very long distances, and that these capabilities persist even in neurons reprogrammed from very aged human cells," said senior author Mark Tuszynski, MD, PhD, professor of Neurosciences and director of the UC San Diego Center for Neural Repair.

For several years, Tuszynski and colleagues have been steadily chipping away at the notion that a spinal cord injury necessarily results in permanent dysfunction and paralysis. Earlier work has shown that grafted stem cells reprogrammed to become neurons can, in fact, form new, functional circuits across an injury site, with the treated animals experiencing some restored ability to move affected limbs. The new findings underscore the potential of iPSC-based therapy and suggest a host of new studies and questions to be asked, such as whether axons can be guided and how will they develop, function and mature over longer periods of time.

While neural stem cell therapies are already advancing to clinical trials, this research raises cautionary notes about moving to human therapy too quickly, said Tuszynski.

"The enormous outgrowth of axons to many regions of the spinal cord and even deeply into the brain raises questions of possible harmful side effects if axons are mistargeted. We also need to learn if the new connections formed by axons are stable over time, and if implanted human neural stem cells are maturing on a human time frame -- months to years -- or more rapidly. If maturity is reached on a human time frame, it could take months to years to observe functional benefits or problems in human clinical trials."

In the latest work, Lu, Tuszynski and colleagues converted skin cells from a healthy 86-year-old man into iPSCs, which possess the ability to become almost any kind of cell. The iPSCs were then reprogrammed to become neurons in collaboration with the laboratory of Larry Goldstein, PhD, director of the UC San Diego Sanford Stem Cell Clinical Center. The new human neurons were subsequently embedded in a matrix containing growth factors and grafted into two-week-old spinal cord injuries in rats.

Three months later, researchers examined the post-transplantation injury sites. They found biomarkers indicating the presence of mature neurons and extensive axonal growth across long distances in the rats' spinal cords, even extending into the brain. The axons traversed wound tissues to penetrate and connect with existing rat neurons. Similarly, rat neurons extended axons into the grafted material and cells. The transplants produced no detectable tumors.

While numerous connections were formed between the implanted human cells and rat cells, functional recovery was not found. However, Lu noted that tests assessed the rats' skilled use of the hand. Simpler assays of leg movement could still show benefit. Also, several iPSC grafts contained scars that may have blocked beneficial effects of new connections. Continuing research seeks to optimize transplantation methods to eliminate scar formation.

Tuszynski said he and his team are attempting to identify the most promising neural stem cell type for repairing spinal cord injuries. They are testing iPSCs, embryonic stem cell-derived cells and other stem cell types.

"Ninety-five percent of human clinical trials fail. We are trying to do as much as we possibly can to identify the best way of translating neural stem cell therapies for spinal cord injury to patients. It's easy to forge ahead with incomplete information, but the risk of doing so is greater likelihood of another failed clinical trial. We want to determine as best we can the optimal cell type and best method for human translation so that we can move ahead rationally and, with some luck, successfully."

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By William James

Bobbys Raid English Pub For Holy Grail!
LONDON (Reuters) - British police raided an English country pub this week in search of a stolen wooden relic believed by some to be the Holy Grail - a cup from which, according to the Bible, Jesus is said to have drunk at his final meal before crucifixion.

The Grail has captivated religious experts for centuries, spawning myriad theories about its location and inspiring numerous fictional accounts from the Middle Ages onwards.

The object of the police search, which was unsuccessful, was a frail wooden bowl known as the Nanteos Cup that has been attributed with healing powers since the 19th century, attracting pilgrims and others who believe it may be the Holy Grail itself.

After receiving a tip-off, a team of eight officers and a police dog arrived on Sunday morning at the Crown Inn, a village pub in the rural English county of Herefordshire.

"They turned the place upside down. They came with fibre optic cameras to look in all the corners and nooks and crannies, and under the floorboards ... they were clearly serious about it," the pub's landlady, Di Franklyn, said.
Police said the relic, a dark wooden cup kept inside a blue velvet bag, had been stolen from a house in the area about a month ago. Photographs available online show a bowl-shaped vessel with around half its side missing.

"We get a few rogues and scallywags in the pub, but no one who's quite on the level of stealing a priceless ancient artefact," Franklyn said.

The cup takes its name from Nanteos Mansion, a country house in Wales where the vessel is reported to have been stored until 1952 after 16th-century monks fleeing King Henry VIII's dissolution of England's monasteries sought refuge there.

The cup was said to have been brought to Britain after Jesus' death by Joseph of Arimathea, the biblical figure who provided Christ with a tomb and, according to legend, brought Christianity to Britain.

Scientists who have examined the cup have said it almost certainly dates from many centuries after the crucifixion, and is not made of the olive wood that might have been expected for a Middle Eastern drinking vessel.
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« Reply #11180 on: Aug 7th, 2014, 5:10pm »

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« Reply #11182 on: Aug 8th, 2014, 08:24am »

I'm baaack!!


Aliens Could Live Like This! Life Found in Oily Goo
By Charles Q. Choi, Live Science Contributor | August 07, 2014

Extremely tiny newfound habitats hidden within oil could expand the potential for life in the universe, researchers say.

Scientists have discovered microbes living in microscopic droplets of water inside a giant asphalt lake on Earth, suggesting that alien life could perhaps exist within ponds of sludge on distant landscapes such as Saturn's largest moon Titan.

Researchers investigated the largest naturally occurring asphalt lake on Earth, Pitch Lake on the Caribbean island of Trinidad. Black goo there oozes across roughly 114 acres (0.46 square kilometers), an area equivalent to nearly 90 football fields.

Prior studies had found that microbes could thrive at the boundary where oil and water meet in nature, helping to break down the oil. However, investigators had thought oil was too toxic for life, and that the levels of any water inside the oil were below the threshold for life on Earth.
"Oil was considered to be dead,"said lead study author Rainer Meckenstock, an environmental microbiologist at Helmholtz Zentrum München, in Germany.

Now, scientists find microbes active within Pitch Lake, dwelling inside water droplets as small as 1 microliter, about one-fiftieth the size of an average drop of water.
"Each of these water droplets basically contains a little mini-ecosystem,"study co-author Dirk Schulze-Makuch, an astrobiologist at Washington State University in Pullman, told Live Science.

These droplets contain a diverse group of microbial species that are breaking the oil down into a variety of organic molecules. The chemistry of the droplets suggests this water does not come from rain, but from ancient seawater, or brine from deep underground.

"The microbes most likely were enclosed in droplets in the deep subsurface and ascended together with the oil," Meckenstock told Live Science.

These findings suggest microbes could play a greater role in breaking down oil than previously thought, Schulze-Makuch said.

"Even at the highest oil concentrations in, for example, an oil spill or contaminated groundwater, you can expect a vibrant microbial community eating the oil," Meckenstock said.

However, while microbes could break down oil more than previously suspected, this does not mean oil deposits will suddenly vanish, Meckenstock said. These processes are still "extremely slow and take geological time frames, say millions of years," Meckenstock said. "We have very little droplets and enormous amounts of oil."

The discovery of these new microscopic habitats for life may also have implications for Titan, which has hydrocarbon lakes on its surface, Schulze-Makuch said. Water-ammonia mixtures may rise up to Titan's surface from below, just as the water found in droplet form in Pitch Lake is thought to have.

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« Reply #11183 on: Aug 8th, 2014, 10:25am »

HEY SWAMPRAT! HELLO! AND GOOD MORNING TO ALL OF OUR UFOCASEBOOKERS cheesy


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1954 UFO – Summer UFO Deja Vu

by Cheryl Costa - Friday, August 8th, 2014

A Port Jefferson teen had a case of Summer UFO Deja Vu

Larry tells us that he was fifteen years old in July of 1954, and he lived in Port Jefferson, NY, on the north shore of Long Island.

“The night was clear and moonless; four of buddies and me were walking to a club house on the highest point of Sound Beach.”

It was during the walk long walk that he became aware of a diamond formation of bright lights in the sky with the brightest light in the dead center of the formation. Larry called attention to the phenomenon and the five young men stood amazed as they studied the motionless formation for several minutes.

“Suddenly, the four bright points that formed the perimeter of the diamond accelerated outward to the four points of the compass. The brightest, center point light moved away extremely fast in what appeared to be straight up.”

Larry states that he was a bit of an aviation buff. He had a good understanding of aircraft performance. The actions taken by the bright lights they were observing, were clearly superior to any aircraft he’d ever seen or read about.

Moments later the five of them could hear the sound of a fighter jet. Larry says that the sound and direction suggested that the fighter came from the south and perhaps had come from West Hampton Beach Air Force Base. The fighter aircraft circled the area several times then headed south. Larry and the guys thought the show was over. Then shortly after the jet left the area the five point formation reappeared. Larry says he doesn’t remember how long the lights lingered in the local sky, but it quite a while.

For most people a UFO sighting is a once in a lifetime event. But for Larry and another buddy there would be a case of summer UFO deja vu.

“That same summer possibly two weeks later, two of us sitting on the cliffs overlooking Long Island Sound when two bright star like lights appeared over the horizon on the Connecticut shore, heading straight at us South/Southeast at a very rapid rate of speed.” Larry explained

He says the craft on the right was leading the one on the left. When the objects appeared to be midway over Long Island Sound they each made high speed right angle turns to the left heading East/North East, and quickly disappeared into the darkness over the far eastern end of Long Island Sound.

“The maneuverability and rate of acceleration were much faster than any of 1950s aircraft that I knew about,” Larry states.

Larry tells us that he reported these sightings to the Air Force’s Project Blue Book. He never got an acknowledgement or explanation from them.

Let’s look at some recent New York State UFO sightings:

New York Skies26 July 2014: at about 3 a.m. a low altitude object emitting white light was spotted flying over a Staten Island NY resident’s house at extremely high speed. The observer reports that the extremely high speed light and left a streak for a few seconds.

26 July 2014: at about 3:15 a.m. a Whyndanch, NY resident observed an object flying in the sky at great speed. He describes it as a yellow, white and gray object seen over Long Island Farmingdale western skies seen from Whyndanch area. It appeared to have a trail.

26 July 2014: at about 9 p.m. a motorist of Islip, NY observed an oval shaped fireball object with no visible “tail” traveling eastbound over Islip. Looked like a plane on fire, then disappeared in about 1 minute. No bright flashes or blinking lights.

26 July 2014: at about 9:30 p.m. a couple of Middletown, NY residents witnessed a red – orange ball, they say it was a little smaller than the moon, moving horizontally across the sky at high speed.

26 July 2014: at about 9:30 p.m. a Northport, NY reported a red glowing sphere visible from Northport harbor in NE sky, moved steadily to the east and disappeared. He states, it wasn’t an airplane.

26 July 2014: at about 10:00 p.m. several Lake George, NY residents witnessed something that reassembled a string of Christmas lights. The lights “twinkled brightly” and seemed to be moving at a high rate of speed and upward.

27 July 2014: at about 8:00 p.m. a Staten Island, NY resident observed an orange red fireball like object in the sky at twilight. He reports that it was flying faster than a conventional aircraft and was darting back and forth quickly.

28 July 2014: at about 9:45 p.m. a Brooklyn, NY resident saw a rapidly moving blue light over NYC. He states that the blue object resembled a DNA strand moving rapidly in a snake like pattern. He says that it didn’t move like an typical aircraft, it appeared to be darting around like a house fly.

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Magistrate breaks into song in courtoom

Karen Henshaw stood up in court and broke into song about being forced to step down from her duties at the age of 70

By Bill Gardner
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After fifteen years doling out punishments to muggers, brawlers and petty thieves, Karen Henshaw was determined to show she was not the retiring type.

So on the last day before being forced to step down because of her age, the long-serving magistrate stood up in front of her startled courtroom, and burst into song.

Minutes before the first defendant of the day was due in the dock, Mrs Henshaw was presented with a certificate marking 15 years on the bench at Blackpool magistrates court.

Along with thirteen other elder magistrates in her court this year, she was presiding over the last day before her mandatory retirement at 70 years old.

But instead of giving a grateful acceptance speech, the magistrate got to her feet, cleared her throat and began singing.

Adapting the words of old music hall song ‘Nobody Loves a Fairy when she's 40’, she warbled her own version, called “Nobody wants a JP when she’s 70”.

Instead of the rustle of legal papers, or the plaintive pleas of the accused, the courtroom echoed to Mrs Henshaw’s voice as she sang: “She may still have her faculties but that is not enough.

“They like their bit of justice from a younger bit of stuff.

“When once your big brown eyes have lost their glitter

And your voice has turned from gruff instead of bold

“Your JP's days are ending when your hands have started bending

“Nobody wants a JP when she's old.”

Open-mouthed court officials turned around to watch Mrs Henshaw’s performance, while her fellow magistrates watched in wonder.

When she finished and sat back down, the courtroom echoed to another unfamiliar sound - loud applause.

Minutes later, the first defendant facing a charge of assault was brought to the dock, and the day’s business began.

Speaking afterwards, Mrs Henshaw, from Lytham St Annes in Lancashire, said she had sung the original song with her choir at Christmas, and it had “gone down rather well”.

“It’s always fun to do something a little different, so I decided to sing it on my last day,” she said.

“But I would never have done it if there was a defendant in the dock. I’m not sure there would have been much applause for that.”

Mrs Henshaw, who is a councillor for Fylde Borough Council, said although her ‘protest song’ was tongue in cheek, she sang it because she felt “quite able to carry on” as a magistrate.

Other cases she dealt with on her last day included an assault with a weapon, a breach of an anti-molestation order and a breach of an Asbo.

“I don’t feel past it at all,” she said.

“Neither do many other people my age. In fact, don’t mention the words.

“I admit - a part of me would love to stay on because I feel I can still do the job, and I have a lot of experience.

“And I do agree there has to be a cut off, but I don’t see why it can’t be at 75 rather than 70.”

Although magistrates must retire at the age of 70, there are no retirement rules for MPs or members of the House of Lords.

Many magistrates take up the role after retiring at 65, train for a year, but are forced to step down only four years later.

Mrs Henshaw pointed out that Baroness Butler-Sloss was earlier this year chosen to head up the child abuse inquiry at the age of 83, while Kenneth Clarke was appointed Lord Chancellor in 2010 at the age of 70.

She said: “This year this court will lose 13 very experienced magistrates. Even the clerks are saying how sad it is to be losing so much experience.

“You have got to weigh it all up, and I wouldn’t want to stop youngsters coming through.

”But I do believe that people aren’t finished at 70, and that's why I sang the song.”

Frank Shipway, chairman of the Blackpool bench, said: "Karen has played a formidable role in promoting the work of the magistracy. In all aspects of court life she will be well nigh impossible to replace.

"The decision that magistrates should retire at seventy was made at Government level."

Another colleague said: "I have heard of the singing detective but never the singing magistrate. It took us by complete surprise but she has a lovely voice."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/11021249/Magistrate-breaks-into-song-in-courtoom.html

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YA KNOW THIS CUTS BOTH WAYS ~ rolleyes

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« Reply #11186 on: Aug 8th, 2014, 7:11pm »

HEY Z,

I'M OVER BEING POLITICALLY CORRECT. IT'S JUST BECOME INSANE.

I'M A REDNECK AND IF PEOPLE DON'T LIKE IT, OH WELL. LIVE AND BE WELL AND LEAVE ME ALONE. grin

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« Reply #11187 on: Aug 8th, 2014, 7:19pm »

@swamp That was great..eminds me of the behaviour of supersaturated water with sugar..an element ie the string is introduced and the rock candy forms..this also happens in plasma fields and impurity introduced and peculiar chains form arond the impurity....so I have no doubt this happens with these super microbes..especially with electron feeding organisms recently discovered....thanx for the article..

@Zetar..you and I are in the camera projector booth at a large movie..and we are just mischief makers splicing the tapes on a scheduled blockbuster..for all sakes and purposes we are cognitive dissonance..even irreverant cointel.

now..kindly hand me the Debbie does Dallas cannister before the pledge of allegiance gets started..
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ALWAYS BEYOND THE DENIAL ~ THE SHOCK ~ THEN REALITY GLARES AT CHA ~ BUT EVERYONE PLAYS CHESS DIFFERENT ~ AND THIS IS AN ASYMMETIRACAL ADVERSARY POLITICALLY/MILITARILY/RELIGIOUSLY ~ I'VE ALWAYS HAD A RULE WHEN SUCH IMPASSES EVOLVE TO ~ HOW DOES O
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