WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING-WARNING The mouse cried because of the snake,and the snake came to see the mouse,horror,chills,thrills,not for the faint of heart or those with headaches,upset stomach,uncut fingernails,room unclean, etc..., THEY'RE BACK AND THEY ARE REALLY MEAN VILE CREATURES OF TERROR.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Chatty cavemen? Me Neanderthal, talk good Findings suggest human relative may have had language skills By Charles Q. Choi LiveScience Updated: 12:22 p.m. ET Oct 18, 2007 Neanderthals might have spoken just like humans do now, new genetic findings suggest. Neanderthals are humanity's closest extinct relatives . Since their discovery more than 150 years ago, researchers have found out they could make tools just like our ancestors could, but whether Neanderthals also had advanced language, rather than mere grunts and groans, has remained hotly debated. To learn more, scientists investigated DNA from Neanderthal bones collected from a cave in northern Spain, concentrating on a gene, FOXP2, which is to date the only one known to play a role in speech and language. People with an abnormal copy of this gene have speech and language problems. Genes similar to FOXP2 are found throughout the genomes of the animal kingdom, from fish to alligators to songbirds. The molecule that human FOXP2 generates differs from chimpanzee FOXP2's by just two amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. Past research suggests the gene's modern human variant evolved fewer than 200,000 years ago. Now scientists find the Neanderthal FOXP2 gene is identical to ours. The ancestors of Neanderthals diverged from ours roughly 300,000 years ago, according to the latest thinking. Some studies have suggested that the two species might have intermingled after that, however. "It is possible that Neanderthals spoke just like we do," paleogeneticist Johannes Krause of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, told LiveScience. "Of course many genes are involved in language," cautioned Krause, the new study's lead researcher. As scientists discover more of such genes, these will have to be examined in Neanderthals as well, he said. Krause noted that some might suggest that interbreeding or "gene flow" (aka sex) between modern humans and Neanderthals led to us having FOXP2 in common. "However, we see no evidence for gene flow in the Y chromosome sequences," he said. Instead, the modern human and Neanderthal Y chromosomes are substantially different genetically. Krause and his colleagues detailed their findings online Oct. 18 in the journal Current Biology. THE NEANDERTHAL AND THE CONNECTION AT GATLINBURG, TENNESSEE - On the West side of the Great Smokey Mountains in Gatlinburg, Tennessee we found what appears to be a small village of Neanderthals, but only a few of them had kept the last name. Bob (or Robert as we would suggest) and Ted Neanderthal are brothers and living among some of the more "elite" of the "cavemen" or clansman as they prefer to be called and with a social enviroment that mirrors that of our own. Bob enjoys trivia and has become quite the nuisance with some of the tribe who choose to "evade" his questions particularily on Presidents and the Smokey Mountains, but ever so often he and Ted get to go to a nearby Smokey's baseball game located at the base of the Smokey Mountains in Sevieville, Tennessee. Do they like the hotdogs? "You bet", quipped Ted, "They are the best, dog, soda, and popcorn, you just can't beat it". Ted, having been married for 30 years has 3 sons and 3 daughters, 2 of the sons are doctors and 1 a lawyer, while 2 of the daugthers are school teachers and married and the one daughter, Amanda is single and in college majoring in physics and atomic composition and would of course like to find a good single man with ambition. A great catch for any of you single men but she stands along with her siblings around 9 foot and is alway being "jabbed" as being the 50 foot woman, the movie made famous by the Abbot and Costello fame. They have worked well with the area visitors in Gatlinburg but do not venture out much from the area as they have a deep love for the mountains and fishing and hunting. Amanda, as well as being very beautiful and intelligent wishes to marry outside her "clan" to a "normal" everyday type of human (like you or I) as she states it, "We would like to produce offspring with our cousins that they might start to evolve more like that of ourselves, the "human clan" is or has been "dumbed down" for quite some time and we would like a chance to help them gain more not only in stature but in intellect. When you look at their children today they do not know how to dress, talk, or carry an intelligent conversation we would like to interact with them not only on a physical basis or relationship level but also in the lab as we think we have medications and laser techniques that might be able to better adapt them into a societal role - we have great hope for our distant cousin and his struggle to communicate among their peer groups, we have had great success here in Gatlinburg at the GETALL clinic which is a 501C based group and work closely with other government entities to ensure the safety and respect of all humanity." As one might observe the order of the day for the Neanderthals is tall, no pun intended, and demanding, but one I am sure they will meet. It might well be noted that the Neanderthal's as well as some of the other "clanspeople" actually can trace their beginings back to the Biblical era and the Gensis account in Chapter 4:1 And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD. 16 And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod, on the east of Eden. 17 And Cain knew his wife; and she conceived, and bare Enoch: and he builded a city, and called the name of the city, after the name of his son, Enoch. It seems our distant "cousins" and ourselves have a "common bond" after all.


Human hands and feet have fishy origins Fin-sprouting gene also guides the growth of digits in land vertebrates By Ker Than LiveScience Updated: 4:44 p.m. ET Oct 19, 2007 A gene responsible for the development of fins in a primitive fish also helped shape the hands, feet and wings of every land animal alive today. Researchers studying the Australian lungfish Neoceradotus found one of its fin-sprouting genes also guides the growth of digits in land vertebrates—those creatures with backbones. The finding, to be detailed in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Experimental Zoology, adds to growing evidence that digits in humans and other land creatures are the equivalent of fin bones in fish. It is yet another example of evolution tweaking what already works to generate novel traits. "People have found comparable genes and gene-expression patterns in the fins of ray-fin fishes and also sharks , so it seems like the pattern goes very, very deep in vertebrate history," said study team member Zerina Johanson, a paleontologist at the Natural History Museum in London. The Australian lungfish is the only living member of a group of fish called lobe-fins, which is considered the closest living relatives of land animals. It is a so-called "living fossil," because it has survived virtually unchanged since first appearing in the fossil record 100 million years ago. The development of fingers and toes in embryos of land animals is closely linked to a gene called Hoxd13. This gene orchestrates a series of developmental steps involving the sequential release of certain proteins that affects the outer part of the limb and the digits but not the arm bones. It was once thought that digit development was unique to tetrapods, creatures that have, or once had, fingers and toes. The new findings suggest this is not the case. Johanson and her colleagues found that the genes involved in creating the Australian lungfish's fins made proteins in a nearly identical pattern as in tetrapods, by acting on the small fin bones but not the rest of the limb. "Because of the similarities, we can say that fish fins have similar structures to tetrapod digits, [and that] tetrapod digits are no longer unique to the group," Johanson told LiveScience. And because whales and birds descended from creatures with fingers and toes—hoofed mammals and dinosaurs , respectively—their flippers and wings are also evolutionarily linked to fish fins, she added. We found one group of humans in the Amazon that actually had fins, webfeet, and gills, and immediately found a rare problem with this group that was associated with sleep patterns. For more information check out the blog that is entitled, "FISH HAVE INSOMNIA ALSO - DYNAMITE HELPS!". following this report. © 2007 All rights reserved


Fish get insomnia too Mutant gene disrupts sleep patterns in a way similar to humans Reuters Updated: 8:46 a.m. ET Oct 16, 2007 LOS ANGELES - Fish might not have eyelids, but they do sleep, and some suffer from insomnia, California scientists reported on Monday. scientists studying sleep disorders in humans found that some zebrafish, a common aquarium pet, have a mutant gene that disrupts their sleep patterns in a way similar to insomnia in humans. Zebrafish with the mutant gene slept 30 percent less than fish without the mutation. When they finally drifted off they remained asleep half as long as the normal fish, the researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine said. The mutant fish lacked a working receptor for hypocretin, a neuropeptide that is secreted in normal fish by neurons in the region of the brain that controls hunger, sex and other basic behaviors. Zebrafish, also known as zebra danio, have become popular research subjects because they are cheaper to breed than mice and they have a backbone that better represents the human nervous system than fruit flies. The researchers, led by Emmanuel Mignot, said they would look for fish that have a mutation that causes them to oversleep or never sleep in the hope of discovering if sleep-regulating molecules and brain networks developed through evolution. "Many people ask the questions, 'Why are we sleeping?' and, 'What is the function of sleep?"' Mignot said. "I think it is more important to figure out first how the brain produces and regulates sleep. This will likely give us important clues on how and maybe why sleep has been selected by natural evolution and is so universal." The study was published in Tuesday's edition of the Public Library of Science-Biology. Fish that lack sleep often forget to wake up after they finally reach a sleep state and we used to use dynamite to awaken them but found many would become "floaters" a scientific term used to describe a fish that is unwilling or incapable of resuming activities such as swimming, feeding, or those activity associated with normal living. Now we use electricity to engage the fish and shock them back into a more lively state of communication, proven effective, but not without consequences such as prolonged inability to swim. The reason for the usage of dynamite and electric shock was due to fish forgetting to wake up and thus drowning in their sleep state. More research is definitely needed and millions requested for this huge problem among the ponde and river.

Sunday, October 21, 2007


DUMBDORF GROWS ANGRY AT J.K., STATING, "IT IS SHE THAT IS WRESTING WITH LESBIANISM, AND USING ME AS A "SCAPEGOAT" FOR HER OWN EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS - WILL THERE BE A LAWSUIT - YES!" J.K. Rowling Outs Hogwarts Character 'Harry Potter' Author Reveals That (Pic above left) Dumbledore, Headmaster of Hogwarts, Is Gay Author J. K. Rowling signs a copy of her book "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" in New Orleans, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2007. Rowling signed 1,600 copies of her book for schoolchildren from all 80 schools in Orleans Parish. Harry Potter fans, the rumors are true: Albus Dumbledore, master wizard and Headmaster of Hogwarts, is gay. J.K. Rowling, author of the mega-selling fantasy series that ended last summer, outed the beloved character Friday night while appearing before a full house at Carnegie Hall. After reading briefly from the final book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," she took questions from audience members. She was asked by one young fan whether Dumbledore finds "true love." "Dumbledore is gay," the author responded to gasps and applause. She then explained that Dumbledore was smitten with rival Gellert Grindelwald, whom he defeated long ago in a battle between good and bad wizards. "Falling in love can blind us to an extent," Rowling said of Dumbledore's feelings, adding that Dumbledore was "horribly, terribly let down." Dumbledore's love, she observed, was his "great tragedy." "Oh, my god," Rowling concluded with a laugh, "the fan fiction." Potter readers on fan sites and elsewhere on the Internet have speculated on the sexuality of Dumbledore, noting that he has no close relationship with women and a mysterious, troubled past. And explicit scenes with Dumbledore already have appeared in fan fiction. Rowling told the audience that while working on the planned sixth Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," she spotted a reference in the script to a girl who once was of interest to Dumbledore. A note was duly passed to director David Yates, revealing the truth about her character. Rowling, finishing a brief "Open Book Tour" of the United States, her first tour here since 2000, also said that she regarded her Potter books as a "prolonged argument for tolerance" and urged her fans to "question authority." Not everyone likes her work, Rowling said, likely referring to Christian groups that have alleged the books promote witchcraft. Her news about Dumbledore, she said, will give them one more reason. Surrounded by reporters and news photogs, Dumbdorf, very apparent in his anger stated, "It must be nice to take someone and make a declaration of their sexual identity, to try to conceal or protect your own". "If she (J.K.) wants to proceed out of the proverbial closet, then let her take her own initiative and whatever courage she can muster and come forth in her banner of pink, everyone has known for years she is "funny" and not "funny ha ha,either", it is an atrocity to claim someone is of the "pink" persuasion to try to mask your own sexual identity, this is a case for the courts and legal war." I would also appreciate the correct spelling of my name, it is not dumbledore but Dumbdorf and unlike the inital lady I am not ashamed of my name or my initals-the JK thing-why does she not state her name? It embarrasses her, come on JK what exactly do the initals mean? The clash of the "community" is at hand and the winners? Your guess is as good as this reporter, one thing is for sure the Christian community has been duped again by a very shrewd and coniving woman-writer et large, but then again what did the Christians think would occur with such a popular book? morals from a witch and warlock - think again.