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Britain wants your brain

A shortage of donated brain tissue is hampering research into diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and dementia, a team of British scientists warned yesterday (Jan. 6). About 10,000 brains are used for scientific research in the UK. But researchers say that they need thousands more fresh organs from donors with both diseased and healthy brains. There are currently only 20 brains to study autism and 30 brains to research Alzheimer's in the country. "There's a great opportunity to facilita

By | January 7, 2009

A shortage of donated brain tissue is hampering research into diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and dementia, a team of British scientists warned yesterday (Jan. 6). About 10,000 brains are used for scientific research in the UK. But researchers say that they need thousands more fresh organs from donors with both diseased and healthy brains. There are currently only 20 brains to study autism and 30 brains to research Alzheimer's in the country. "There's a great opportunity to facilitate important research to discover cures and treatments which would go
unfulfilled if we don't increase the number of brains available for research," said linkurl:Paul Francis,;http://www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/biohealth/research/wolfson/pfrancis.html a neurochemist at King's College London, at a press conference in London. The UK Medical Research Council is setting up a telephone help line for people wishing to sign up with one of Britain's dozen or so brain banks, the__ linkurl:Guardian;http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2009/jan/07/uk-news-brief __reported. This isn't the first time the British scientists have call for more brains. Five years ago, a governmental inquiry linkurl:found;http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/21327/ that thousands of brains had been collected from postmortem examinations without proper consent and were still held at centers throughout the country. Scientists feared that a public backlash would reduce the number of brains for research; then, as now, they cited the need for more organ donors. __Image: flickr/Gaetan Lee
**Related stories:__***linkurl:Baby brain bank;http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/53773/
[November 2007]*linkurl:The brain on stress;http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/53442/
[August 2007]*linkurl:Researchers fear shortage of brain tissue;http://www.the-scientist.com/article/display/21327/
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January 9, 2009

sub:Coding the brain tissues-reg\nIt is high time that brain tissues to be coded under brain line formation which will be the most valuable asset ignored by neuro scietits.Brain line and heart line joined code 1,brain line going up code 2,brain line going down code3 ,brain line sparted from life laine code4,brain line taking a deep curve of parabolic hyperbolic ,cubical inversions etc with reference to shape of the hand such as square,conical ,uppper spatulate ,lower spatulate conical with finger tip combinations which must become the coded intelligentia as neuron DNA coded functions to deal with neuron magnetic field deviations later to produce brain cloned tissues.A batch of brain cloned people will become the asset of human resources at critical crisis.But how to protect the genetic output from planetary solar and lunar emissions.Typical stem cell injections will be to complement the gap.There is further the genetic interference of shadow matter deBrogle -paulin crystal lattices such as Rahu and Kethu involved in the genetic plane activity.(REF:Space science centre Your call CNSHD740773 regarding deBrogle-Linus Paulin shadow matter orbital crsytal lattice domains Rahu and Kethu for investigation-reg has been received Thanking you )\nS.Nandakumar on behalf of oxford astro genetics,uk.

January 12, 2009

Neuron spin axis perpendicular to physical polar magnetic field axis differentiate ESP holography:\nThe power of the brain as holographic interpretation requires a relative magnetic field ejection of neurons which really act as Tv screens gives information on future genetic interference of life as observattion from the semi circle connecting the moon mount and Mercury mount involved as ellpsoidal to crescent type oscillation FROM FULL SPIN TO HALF SPIN involved in neuron ejections of magnetic fields.Typical palm print was that of Count Louise Hammon ,Cheiro the palmist had this ESP (extra sensitive perception)line who predicted the end of Rusputin by a film formed in his mind as well as during his interview with Shaw of Iran.Such an inheritance is due to a typical H type dampness frequency oscillation of dual dampness jw frequency characteristics of neurons observed in this particular Uranus spinning dipole theory of Electron Quark spins observed due to a typical magnetic spin axis perpendicular to the actual phyisical spin axis as the solar rays interfere with the Uranus boundary.Future will not be far away when similar cloned ESP men will be created out of this genetic information available from this semi circle holography.Electron spin as a critical magnetic field axis perpendicular to physical spin axis becomes an interesting dipole theory along the spin domains interfered by the solat magnetic field emissions with the resulting ESP power inherited by the brain.Such powers may be called Psychic powers were investigated by Sir Oliver Lodge former scintist of Britain.Solar rays are basically having the duality spins as sun and uranus boundary deBrogle scatterings and emissions.\nS.Nandakumar on behlf of Oxford astro genetics dn,uk,Space science coordinator Nasa -Hubble study group.ESP people are produced due to the merging of mercury and lunar waves typically expressed on the Uranus boundary.

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