woensdag 25 mei 2011

Bad Day at the Office

By: Author Unknown

Next time you think you have had a bad day at work, think

about this guy. Tom is a commercial saturation diver for a
diving company out of Louisiana and performs underwater
repairs on offshore drilling rigs. Below is an email he
sent to his sister. She sent it to Laughline and won the
contest (he wasn't thrilled with her for that one).

Hi Sue,

Just another note from your bottom dwelling brother.
Last week I had a bad day at the office. I know you've
been feeling down lately at work, so I thought I would
share my dilemma with you to make you realize it's not so
bad after all.

Before I can tell you what happened to me, I first must

bore you with a few technicalities of my job. As you know
my office lies at the bottom of the sea. I wear a suit to
the office. It's a wetsuit.

This time of year the water is quite cool. So what we do to

keep warm is this: We have a diesel powered industrial
water heater. This $20,000 monster sucks the water out of
the sea. It heats it to a delightful temp. It then pumps it
down to the diver through a garden hose, which is taped to
the air hose.

Now this sounds like a good plan, and I've used it several

times with no complaints. What I do, when I get to the
bottom and start working, is I take the hose and stuff it
down the back of my neck. This floods my whole suit with
warm water. It's like working in a Jacuzzi. Everything was
going well until all of a sudden, my bottom started to
itch. So, of course, I scratched it.

This only made things worse. Within a few seconds my bottom

started to burn. I pulled the hose out from my back, but
the damage was done. In agony I realized what had happened.
The hot water machine had sucked up a jellyfish and pumped
it into my suit. This is even worse than the poison ivy you
once had under a cast. Now I had that hose down my back. I
don't have any hair on my back, so the jellyfish couldn't
get stuck to my back. My bottom was not as fortunate.

When I scratched what I thought was an itch, I was actually

grinding the jellyfish into my bottom. I informed the dive
supervisor of my dilemma over the communicator. His
instructions were unclear due to the fact that he along
with 5 other divers were laughing hysterically. Needless
to say I aborted the dive.

I was instructed to make 3 agonizing in-water decompression

stops totaling 35 minutes before I could come to the
surface for my dry chamber decompression. I got to the
surface wearing nothing but my brass helmet. My suit and
gear were tied to the bell. When I got on board the medic,
with tears of laughter running down his face, handed me a
tube of cream and told me to shove it "up my butt" when I
get in the chamber. The cream put the fire out.

I later found out that this could easily have been

prevented if the suction hose was placed on the leeward
side of the ship.

Anyway, the next time you have a bad day at the office,

think of me. Think about how much worse your day would be
if this were to happen to you. I hope you have no bad days
at the office. But if you do, I hope this will make them
more tolerable.

Take care, and I hope to hear from you soon.

Love you,


dinsdag 24 mei 2011

Torbay's waving 'white wizard'

Is Moses Peter, who waves at passing traffic, merely spreading a little happiness – or a distraction to drivers?

    moses peter
    Moses Peter, who has become an internet sensation after waving to passing traffic. Photograph: Apex
    Moses Peter has a variety of waves in his repertoire. His stock wave is a slow, noble-looking one involving the whole right arm, palm forward, fingers close together. For youngsters he tends to waggle his hand vigorously, like Prince William's surprisingly childlike wave at the royal wedding. And from time to time the wave is more of a pointing to the sky as if he has just spotted something very significant there. For seven years Moses has been running through his repertoire on the seafront road between Torquay and Paignton in Devon. Carrying a black staff, he walks up and down the A3022 or sits on a bench or the sea wall and waves at the passing traffic. Moses has become something of a cult figure, and the subject of a Facebook page, "Strange Old Man Who Sits On A Bench On The Road". He is variously described as a white wizard, as Merlin, Neptune or as Torbay's "gentle shepherd". There have been calls for him to stand for mayor and to turn the Christmas lights on – appropriate, as his long white hair, beard and flowing robes have prompted many a child to think he is Santa Claus. Now, however, Moses is feeling threatened. There have been complaints that his waving is distracting drivers and the hooting of car horns that his waving prompts is breaching the peace, not to mention disturbing the afternoon naps of the many elderly people who stay in the hotels that line Moses's mile-long route. The police have spoken to him and appealed for motorists not to toot their horns. "I can't stop them doing that," says Moses. "I'm just an old man doing what I do, trying to spread a little bit of happiness." Moses says he began to wave after bumping into a man who asked him where the first seed for the first tree came from. "That set me thinking . . . what's it all about?" Others might have turned to organised religion but Moses started waving at traffic. He thinks of his waves as "little presents". "I throw them out at the people as they pass. They catch them and throw a present back. That's all." It seems wrong to distract him any longer with conversation. He says goodbye and gives one of his waves – one of the long, noble ones. And, sure enough, it does feel rather nice.

donderdag 19 mei 2011

Cannabis remedie tegen kanker

Met deze blogpost wil ik even stellen dat het doel van dit blog is om objectieve informatie door te geven, en je aan te sporen dingen vaak van een andere kant te bekijken.   Dit is dus géén reclame voor drugs.

Cannabinoïden, de actieve bestanddelen van marihuana, voorkomen tumoren en vernietigen kankercellen. 
De Amerikaanse regering weet dit al meer dan 35 jaar maar de media worden ervan weerhouden om deze remedie naar buiten te brengen.

De Amerikaanse oorlog tegen drugs is eerder een oorlog tegen het eigen land. Klaarblijkelijk worden er te veel mensen rijk van de oorlog tegen drugs.

In 2003 werd een studie gepubliceerd in Nature Reviews Cancer waarin een historische en gedetailleerde uitleg wordt gegeven hoe THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) en natuurlijke cannabinoïden kankercellen vernietigen maar normale cellen behouden.

Manuel Guzmán uit Madrid ondervond dat cannabinoïden, de actieve bestanddelen van marihuana, tumoren voorkomen. Reactiepaden van de tumor worden omgevormd waardoor de groei stopt en de tumorcellen afsterven. Daarnaast wordt de groei van bloedvaten naar de tumor stopgezet.

Volgens Dr. Ethan Russo, een neuroloog en een autoriteit op het gebied van medicinale cannabis, is de Guzman-studie zeer belangrijk. “Kanker komt voor omdat cellen onsterfelijk worden, ze reageren niet meer op signalen om te stoppen met groeien. Normaliter sterven cellen op commando af. Dit proces wordt apoptose genoemd, of geprogrammeerde celdood. Het proces werkt niet meer bij tumoren. THC stimuleert apoptose zodat gliomen, leukemieën en melanomen verdwijnen.”

Cannabinoïden kunnen dus zeer goed gebruikt worden tegen kanker. Ze worden getolereerd door het lichaam en produceren niet de giftige bijwerkingen van een conventionele chemotherapie.

Wanneer er een mogelijk geneesmiddel tegen kanker is ontdekt wordt dit normaal breed uitgemeten in de media. Wanneer het echter om marihuana gaat laat de mainstream media afweten. Nieuws over de relatie tussen cannabis en het verdwijnen van tumoren verscheen reeds in 1974. Onderzoekers van het Medisch College van Viriginia werden gefinancierd door het National Institute of Health om bewijs te vinden dat marihuana het immuunsysteem aantast. In plaats daarvan zagen ze hoe THC de groei van drie kankersoorten afremde in muizen.

In 1974 deed The Washington Post verslag van de studie. De krant voegde toe dat de actieve bestanddelen in marihuana de reactie van het immuunsysteem onderdrukt die het afstoten van organen na een transplantatie kan veroorzaken.

Media blackout

De ontdekking in Madrid werd in de Verenigde Staten na die tijd angstvallig stilgehouden. Op 29 februari 2000 kwam stilaan informatie naar buiten toen MarijuanaNews.com redacteur Richard Cowan zijn beklag deed dat hij het artikel enkel kon vinden via een link die kortstondig op de website van Drugde Report stond. “The New York Times, The Washington Post en Los Angeles Times negeerden allen het verhaal, ondanks dat het nieuwswaardig is: een goedaardige stof die van nature voorkomt en dodelijke hersentumoren vernietigt,” zo voegde Cowan toe.

Op 29 maart 2001 drukte de San Antonio Current een artikel door Raymond Cushing getiteld ‘wiet maakt tumoren kleiner; regering wist het in ‘74’. Media-aandacht is er sindsdien niet geweest met uitzondering van een kopie van het artikel op Alternet.
Het is moeilijk te geloven dat de genezende werking van cannabis al meer dan 30 jaar wordt onderdrukt en toch zal hier waarschijnlijk geen verandering in komen. Waarom?
Omdat het een gevaar vormt voor het cannabisverbod. Er is onomstotelijk bewijs dat de onderdrukking van medicinale cannabis heeft geleid tot het falen van de instituten van een vrije maatschappij, de medische sector, journalistiek, wetenschap en onze fundamentele waarden, aldus Cowan.

We kunnen rustig zeggen dat miljoenen levens hadden kunnen worden gered wanneer er geen verbod was geweest op cannabis. Intussen spenderen families al hun spaargeld aan gevaarlijke, giftige en dure medicijnen.
Bron: Rense.com

zondag 15 mei 2011

Scientists cure cancer, but no one takes notice

Canadian researchers find a simple cure for cancer, but major pharmaceutical companies are not interested.
Researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada have cured cancer last week, yet there is a little ripple in the news or in TV. It is a simple technique using very basic drug. The method employs dichloroacetate, which is currently used to treat metabolic disorders. So, there is no concern of side effects or about their long term effects. 

This drug doesn’t require a patent, so anyone can employ it widely and cheaply compared to the costly cancer drugs produced by major pharmaceutical companies. 

Canadian scientists tested this dichloroacetate (DCA) on human’s cells; it killed lung, breast and brain cancer cells and left the healthy cells alone. It was tested on Rats inflicted with severe tumors; their cells shrank when they were fed with water supplemented with DCA. The drug is widely available and the technique is easy to use, why the major drug companies are not involved? Or the Media interested in this find? 

In human bodies there is a natural cancer fighting human cell, the mitochondria, but they need to be triggered to be effective. Scientists used to think that these mitochondria cells were damaged and thus ineffective against cancer. So they used to focus on glycolysis, which is less effective in curing cancer and more wasteful. The drug manufacturers focused on this glycolysis method to fight cancer. This DCA on the other hand doesn’t rely on glycolysis instead on mitochondria; it triggers the mitochondria which in turn fights the cancer cells. 

The side effect of this is it also reactivates a process called apoptosis. You see, mitochondria contain an all-too-important self-destruct button that can't be pressed in cancer cells. Without it, tumors grow larger as cells refuse to be extinguished. Fully functioning mitochondria, thanks to DCA, can once again die. 

With glycolysis turned off, the body produces less lactic acid, so the bad tissue around cancer cells doesn't break down and seed new tumors. 

Pharmaceutical companies are not investing in this research because DCA method cannot be patented, without a patent they can’t make money, like they are doing now with their AIDS Patent. Since the pharmaceutical companies won’t develop this, the article says other independent laboratories should start producing this drug and do more research to confirm all the above findings and produce drugs. All the groundwork can be done in collaboration with the Universities, who will be glad to assist in such research and can develop an effective drug for curing cancer. 

You can access the original research for this cancer here

This article wants to raise awareness for this study, hope some independent companies and small startup will pick up this idea and produce these drugs, because the big companies won’t touch it for a long time.

vrijdag 13 mei 2011

How poor we are

Illustration by Ken Crane
One day a father of a very wealthy family took his son on a trip to the country with the firm purpose of showing his son how poor people live.
They spent a couple of days and nights on the farm of what would be considered a very poor family.
On their return from the trip, the father asked his son, “How was the trip?”
“It was great, Dad”.
“Did you see how poor people live?” the father asked.
“Oh yes”, said the son.
“So, tell me, what did you learn from the trip?” asked the father.
The son answered:
“I saw that we have one dog and they had four.
“We have a pool that reaches to the middle of the garden and they have a creek that has no end.
“We have imported lanterns in our garden and they have the stars at night.
“Our patio reaches to the front yard and they have the whole horizon.
“We have a small piece of land to live on and they have fields that go beyond our sight.
“We buy our food, but they grow theirs.
“We have walls around our property to protect us, they have friends to protect them.”
The boy’s father was speechless. Then his son added:
“Thanks, Dad for showing me how poor we are.”

story sent by Sangeeta

donderdag 12 mei 2011

Why a mobile phone ring may make bees buzz off: Insects infuriated by handset signals

By David Derbyshire

Last updated at 2:01 PM on 11th May 2011

For some, the mobile phone is the bane of modern life even as it .

But for bees it could be more than just an irritation.

Scientists claim to have proved that signals from mobile phones are behind the sudden decline of the world's bee population, which plays a vital role in both agriculture and horticulture.

Researchers placed mobile phones in bee hives under controlled conditions and monitored the results. They found the phone signals confused the bees who begin to fly erratically before dying suddenly
Researchers placed mobile phones in bee hives under controlled conditions and monitored the results. They found the phone signals confused the bees who begin to fly erratically before dying suddenly

Lead researcher Daniel Favre from Lausanne, Switzerland, placed phones in a series of hives under controlled conditions and monitored the results.

The study - published in the beekeepers' magazine Apidologie - found that the phone signals confused the bees who began to fly erratically before suddenly dying.

The scientists carried out 83 experiments in hives and recorded the bees' reactions to mobile phones in off, standby and call-making modes.

The noise produced by the bees increased more than ten-fold whenever a phone made or received a call - the noise dropped to normal level when the phone was off or on standby.

Mr Favre explained: 'The bees' noise drastically increases as soon as the phone rings - the rays from the phone and the noise clearly disturbs the bees.

'This gives the bees the signal to leave the hive. But often they are so confused they fly to their death.

'Mobile phone technology is fateful for bees. The study definitely proves that.'

The study isn't the first to link mobile phones with the death of bees.

In 2008, a German researcher found that bees refuse to return to their hive when mobile phones are placed alongside it.

Lost and disoriented, they die. The result is abandoned hives, a possible honey shortage and, most gravely, a lack of pollinators for our flowers and crops.

In March, a UN report warned that a perfect storm of perils and threats is behind the disastrous decline in honeybees over the last few years.

Scientists identified more than a dozen factors - from chemical pesticides to the loss of wild flowers - which are conspiring against one of the world's best loved, and most useful, insects.

In Britain the number of bees has halved since the mid-1980s, while in America honey producers have been badly hit by colony collapse disorder - a mysterious condition in which entire hives vanish.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1385907/Mobile-phones-blame-sudden-decline-worlds-bee-population.html#ixzz1M7qmQnA0

zaterdag 7 mei 2011

Genieten van een optreden van “Abba the Show”


Vandaag deel ik graag een post met je van Jos Leendertse, de HSP Coach. (http://www.escensus.nl)

Na een aantal weken hard werken en diverse tegenvallers had ik het vorige week helemaal gehad. Ik kreeg het koud, hoofdpijn, sliep slecht en vond het moeilijk om afstand te nemen van mijn werk en me te ontspannen. Waarschijnlijk zat er ook wel iets van griep of verkoudheid bij maar ook dat is vaak een signaal van vermoeidheid. Gelukkig had ik enkele weken geleden samen met mijn vriendin wat leuke dingen gepland waar ik me al een tijdje erg op verheugde. Één daarvan was het optreden van “Abba the Show” in de Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam.
Ooit heb ik een uitnodiging voor een ander optreden afgezegd omdat ik toen van mezelf wist dat ik niet tegen de drukte en het geluid kon. Ondanks mijn leerproces de afgelopen jaren had ik nog niet zoveel drukte en geluid meegemaakt en was ik toch ook wel benieuwd hoe dit zou verlopen en of ik mijn eigen grenzen zou tegenkomen. De avond was geweldig. We hebben ontzettend genoten. De grote hoeveelheid mensen deed me niets en ik kon heerlijk genieten van de muziek en de sfeer. Wat een verschil met vroeger. Allemaal verschillende mensen die ieder op hun eigen manier van het optreden genoten en net als wij steeds meer meegingen met de muziek. 
Als coach maak ik heel bewust mee wat dit allemaal met mezelf doet en elke ervaring gebruik ik om mijn vaardigheden en aanpak bij coaching verder te ontwikkelen. Ik was dan ook heel blij om te ervaren dat ik kon genieten van alles om me heen zonder me af te schermen.
Vaak lees of hoor je dat je je als hooggevoelig persoon moet afschermen van je omgeving. Dat heeft als nadeel dat je je zelf ook afschermt voor anderen en in je eigen coconnetje leeft. De methode die ik gebruik in mijn coaching is er op gericht dat je je juist bewuster wordt van je omgeving, je eigen gevoel sneller herkent en hiermee beter leert om te gaan.
Om beter te leren omgaan met je zintuigen pas ik vaak zelfhypnose toe. Je maakt dan onder mijn begeleiding een virtueel dashboard in je hoofd waarmee je alle zintuigen kunt bijregelen. Dit lijkt ingewikkeld maar doordat het onder zelfhypnose gebeurt zorgt je onbewuste er voor dat het automatisch verloopt. Hieronder lees je een korte reactie van één van mijn klanten.
Beste Jos,
Onlangs, heb jij in verband met mijn bovenmatige gevoeligheid qua horen, zien en voelen mij in trance gebracht en een paneel in mijn onbewustzijn geinstalleerd. Dat paneel bevat o.m. volumeknoppen voor horen, zien en voelen, die ik kan reguleren en een zgn. chunkknop die ook gereguleerd kan worden.
Ik vond / vind het heel fijn dat je dit paneel bij mij hebt willen installeren en heb er veel baat bij. Dank!

Hartelijke groet, Marielle
Zelfhypnose kan ik je via dit bericht niet laten ervaren maar wel een andere oefening die je kunt toepassen als je last hebt van geluid:
  • Je merkt dat je last hebt van het geluid
  • Concentreer je dan op een plek tussen je oren en stel je voor dat je daar zelf staat
  • Stel je nu ook eens voor dat je van binnen uit je hoofd naar de binnenkant van je oren kijkt en daar twee schuifregelaars ziet. Aan elk oor één
  • Je kunt deze schuifregelaars nu zo bedienen dat je je gehoor gevoeliger zet of juist minder gevoelig. Je zet ze nu minder gevoelig
  • Als je je oren hebt bijgeregeld stap je weer uit je eigen hoofd en merk je dat je minder last hebt van het geluid.

donderdag 5 mei 2011

The Farmer's Donkey

By: Author Unknown

One day a farmer's donkey fell down into a well. The animal

cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out
what to do. Finally he decided the animal was old and the
well needed to be covered up anyway, it just wasn't worth
it to retrieve the donkey.

He invited all his neighbors to come over and help him.

They all grabbed a shovel and began to shovel dirt into
the well. At first, the donkey realized what was happening
and cried horribly. Then, to everyone's amazement, he
quieted down.

A few shovel loads later, the farmer finally looked

down the well and was astonished at what he saw. With
every shovel of dirt that hit his back, the donkey was
doing something amazing. He would shake it off and take
a step up.

As the farmer's neighbors continued to shovel dirt on top

of the animal, he would shake it off and take a step up.
Pretty soon, everyone was amazed as the donkey stepped up
over the edge of the well and trotted off!

Life is going to shovel dirt on you, all kinds of dirt.

The trick to getting out of the well is to shake it off and
take a step up. Each of our troubles is a stepping-stone.
We can get out of the deepest wells just by not stopping,
never giving up! Shake it off and take a step up!

Lactic acid elevation: the link between rheumatoid arthritis and atherosclerosis?

Today I share with you an article by Carlos Monteiro.  Sorry about the many medical terms.  for the Flemish readers: verzuring van het lichaam dus.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is considered a systemic autoimmune disease. However, what triggers the onset of rheumatoid arthritis still unknown.

Patients with RA have a high prevalence of preclinical atherosclerosis independent of traditional risk factors, suggesting that chronic inflammation, and, possibly, disease severity are atherogenic in this population (1).

Regarding this matter an editorial published at Circulation Journal in 1999 have discussed about the many similarities shared by RA and atherosclerosis (2).

Recent investigations found that the atherosclerotic process begins very early in the course of rheumatoid arthritis with the study revealing a significant increase in intima-media thickness, an indicator of atherosclerosis, in just 18 months (3).

Other investigators found a rapid increase in myocardial infarction risk following diagnosis of RA amongst patients diagnosed between 1995 and 2006 (4)

Studying about the matter we have looked for studies investigating cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction in rheumatic diseases. Although there are few studies in this direction, we have noticed that the sympathetic nervous system activity may be elevated in RA compared with health patients (5, 6). According our view the sympathetic predominance is the primary factor in the cascade of events leading to increased lactic acid and acidic environment generating atherogenesis (7, 8).

Also, we have discovered a study from the eighties showing high values of lactate in seropositive RA and crystal-induced arthritis, with the author suggesting that synovial lactate measurement could be a reliable indicator for differentiating inflammatory arthritides (9).

In parallel, the amount of lactate released by the myocardium has been shown to be related to the severity of coronary artery disease (10, 11).

Going deeper on our research I got very surprised with the following information from a paper published in 1924 (12), entitled “The alleged role of lactic acid in arthritis and rheumatoid conditions”, that says:

“In 1858 Richardson published the results of extensive experiments on dogs in which the injection of large quantities of lactic acid, intraperitoneally, was followed by severe joint involvement. The condition of the joints was similar to that seen in acute arthritis, and Richardson suggested that the arthritic syndrome was due to an accumulation of lactic acid in the body. This theory found further support in 1877, when Foster reported that the administration of lactic acid by mouth to two diabetic patients resulted in painful and swollen joints. The pain and swelling persisted as long as the lactic acid administration was continued and disappeared promptly after the acid was discontinued. These early experiments were apparently never repeated or extended but they have exerted some influence in the formation of hypotheses regarding the disease”.

This paper from 1924 strengthen our thoughts placed in the article “Old experiments with rabbits and dogs provide powerful evidence for the Acidity Theory of Atherosclerosis” where was shown that acid-fed rabbits and dogs may develop atherosclerotic lesions (13).

Carlos Monteiro

1. Roman M. J, et al. Preclinical carotid atherosclerosis in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Ann Intern Med. 2006; 144: 249-256. Full free text athttp://www.annals.org/content/144/4/249.full.pdf+html
2. Vincenzo Pasceri and Edward Yeh. Editorial, “A tale of two diseases - Atherosclerosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis“, Circulation, 1999; 100:2124-2126. Full free text at http://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/full/circulationaha;100/21/2124
3. Sodergren et al. Atherosclerosis in early rheumatoid arthritis: very early endothelial activation and rapid progression of intima media thickness. Arthritis Research & Therapy 2010, 12:R158. Full free text at http://arthritis-research.com/content/12/4/R158
4. Holmqvist M. E. et al. Rapid increase in myocardial infarction risk following diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis amongst patients diagnosed between 1995 and 2006”, J Intern Med 2010; 268:578-585.
5. Aydemir , V. Yazisiz et al. Cardiac autonomic profile in rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus. Lupus (2010) 19, 255—261.
6. Dekkers JC et al. Elevated sympathetic nervous system activity in patients with recently diagnosed rheumatoid arthritis with active disease. Clin Exp Rheumatol. 2004 Jan-Feb;22(1):63-70.
7. Carlos ETB Monteiro, Acidic environment evoked by chronic stress: A novel mechanism to explain atherogenesis. Available from Infarct Combat Project, January 28, 2008 at http://www.infarctcombat.org/AcidityTheory.pdf
8. Sympathetic predominance: a primary factor in the cascade of events leading to the atherogenic spiraling, Carlos Monteiro, Monday, February 22, 2010 athttp://aciditytheory.blogspot.com/2010/02/sympathetic-predominance-primary-factor.html
9. Gobelet C and Gerster J. C. Synovial fluid lactate levels in septic and non-septic arthritides. Annals of the Rheumatic diseases, 1984, 43, 742-745.
10. G. Jackson, Lynne Atkinson, M. Clark, B. Crook, P. Armstrong, and S. Oram, Diagnosis of coronary artery disease by estimation of coronary sinus lactate. British Heart Journal, 1978, 40, 979-983 Full free text athttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC483520/
11 Gertz EW, Wisneski JA, Neese R, Bristow JD, Searle GL, Hanlon JT: Myocardial lactate metabolism: evidence of lactate release during net chemical extraction in man. Circulation 1981, 63: 1273-1279. Full free text athttp://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/reprint/63/6/1273
12. F . A Cajori et al. The alleged role of lactic acid in arthritis and rheumatoid conditions. Arch Intern Med. 1924;34(4):566-572.
13. Old experiments with rabbits and dogs provide powerful evidence for the Acidity Theory of Atherosclerosis, Carlos Monteiro, July 13, 2010 athttp://aciditytheory.blogspot.com/2010/07/old-experiments-with-rabbits­and-dogs.html

maandag 2 mei 2011

Glittering prize

Shine On, Shine the Light on me,
In all of my Life so that much more I see
In the Light of his Love
In the Light of reflection
Oh what a world
Or sometimes oh so it seems
Eyes in the skies
In that silver gift friendship
A Glittering Prize
Is it the prize of lost loves
They can remember quiet sides of midnight
They can remember the attraction of fame
Like a Glittering Prize
I saw up on a clear day
First taking hearts
Then our last breath away

Always came a time - time was on our side
We were spending time - we were staring out
Catch me in a dream - Captured all in heart
We were spending time - we were staring out
Could there ever be - ever more than one
It's called an act of Love
Can you you never stop?

Shine On, Shine the Light on me,
In all of my Life
So much more I see
Like a Glittering Prize
I saw you up on a clear day
First taking heart then our last breath away
Only on a clear day coming into our lives

See it in the eye - satellite skies
We were spending time - we were staring out
Take in, Take in more - The Endless breath away
We were spending time - we were staring out
Could there ever be - ever more than one
It's called an act of Love
Can you you never stop?

Always on a clear day
Crashing into our lives
Is it the Price of Love
Like a Glittering Prize
Always on a clear day
Crashing into our lives
With your love
Only on a clear day

Even Eagles Need a Push Movie

A wonderful story ...

Even Eagles Need a Push Movie