M – RX CHRIST OSIRIS LIFE EVERLASTING : PROGRAMMED DEATH – WAVES COME AS AN UNRELENTING TIDE OF DESTRUCTION

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THE STAGNANT HUSH FELL

ON NATURE’S ECOSYSTEM

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SOCK IT TO ME

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KEK

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RX

KEK

KEHMET

PRIMORDIAL CHRIST

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CHAOS

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MY RED KACHINA BRINGS IN THE BIRTH PANGS OF A NEW BEGINNING

FROM THE FIRST PRINCIPLE … KEK – CHAOS AND DARKNESS (BLACK LIGHT)

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CROP CIRCLE

Mixon, Nr Etchilhampton, Wiltshire. Reported 10th August

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NATURE’S VOICE

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3-6-9

Damn good time

Sock it to me

Sock it to me

One last time

Bullseyes

And 3s and 6s

666

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THE BEAST SYSTEM DAD’S

REAP WHAT THEY SOW

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WHERE’S YOUR ASCENSION GONE ?

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UV RADIATION

Shiva’s Ash

Fires

Algae = Stagnant ocean

Starvation

Smell of death

Disease

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OSIRIS – CHRIST

THE ALL-CONSUMING

FIRE KUMARA

BRAHMA VISHNU SHIVA

SPARKS GO BACK

TO ORIGINAL INTENT

IN MY MANSION

 

 

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FROG EGG CELLS

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DEATH COMES AS AN UNRELENTING TIDE OF DESTRUCTION

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We have been able to watch death travelling for the first time – and it moves in a wave at a pace of 30 micrometres per minute. At least, that is how fast death spreads across an egg cell.

In multicellular animals, cells often sacrifice themselves for the greater good. First, much of the machinery inside the cell self-destructs, and then the whole cell disintegrates. Some cells undergo this programmed cell death during development – it’s how our fingers separate in the womb, for instance.

Visualizing a traveling wave of cell death

When diffusion is too slow for communication over long distances, cells can use waves of chemical activity. By using fluorescent probes and microscopy, Cheng and Ferrell show that in frog eggs (which are very large cells), waves of apoptotic signals can be seen passing through the egg cytoplasm. The pathways that trigger cell death have positive feedback loops that lead to self-regenerating waves. The speed of the waves (∼30 micrometers per minute) is too fast to be explained by diffusion.

Abstract

Apoptosis is an evolutionarily conserved form of programmed cell death critical for development and tissue homeostasis in animals. The apoptotic control network includes several positive feedback loops that may allow apoptosis to spread through the cytoplasm in self-regenerating trigger waves. We tested this possibility in cell-free Xenopus laevis egg extracts and observed apoptotic trigger waves with speeds of ~30 micrometers per minute. Fractionation and inhibitor studies implicated multiple feedback loops in generating the waves. Apoptotic oocytes and eggs exhibited surface waves with speeds of ~30 micrometers per minute, which were tightly correlated with caspase activation. Thus, apoptosis spreads through trigger waves in both extracts and intact cells. Our findings show how apoptosis can spread over large distances within a cell and emphasize the general importance of trigger waves in cell signaling.

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Is UV altering coastal ecosystems?

Strange Coastal Phenomenon Occurring

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.MrMBB333

Published on 10 Aug 2018
August 10, 2018 : ~Strange Coastal Phenomenon~

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California Fires Double in Size

State of Emergency Declared

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Published on 10 Aug 2018
More than a dozen wildfires continue to burn across California. Governor Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for Southern California as the fires there have more than doubled in size. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte has the latest from Los Angeles.

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