andrew j langham

Cheltenham, UK

#1 Oct 26, 2011
the ecdysone (insect estrogen) receptor, a ligand-activated transcription factor found in the nuclei of insect cells. This in turn leads to the activation of many other genes and can cause many deseases such as TB!

TB spores re in the soil not badgers or deer! and is mainly transmiited by insects and cattle breath! and wet silage ie spores' stop wintering cattle in doors it spreads TB like wild fire, especiall feeding on damp silage containin TB spores which are normally worn down by UV and nemotode action in the soil! TB needs to bread out of cattle resulting in total immunity eventually! obviusly these infected cattle would need to taken to remote island in order to achieve this! killing them everytime is cash convenient but is not the long term solution! I am a Christian!
andrew j langham

Cheltenham, UK

#2 Oct 26, 2011
nematodes are natures cleaners, note some eat TB spores and render them harmless other types do not!The oral cavity opens into a muscular sucking pharynx, also lined with cuticle. Digestive glands are found in this region of the gut, producing enzymes that start to break down the food. In stylet-bearing species, these may even be injected into the prey. some carniverous nems' have tiny cerated teeth and can bite bone and hard spores! nems' are the farmers friends and also all animals! including us!

There is no stomach, with the pharynx connecting directly to the intestine that forms the main length of the gut. This produces further enzymes, and also absorbs nutrients through its lining. The last portion of the intestine is lined by cuticle, forming a rectum which expels waste through the anus just below and in front of the tip of the tail. The intestine also has valves or sphincters at either end to help control the movement of food through the body.[
andrew j langham

Cheltenham, UK

#3 Oct 26, 2011
TB can be cured with XRAY exposure!
andrew j langham

Cheltenham, UK

#4 Oct 26, 2011
TB does not show up on a Chest xray, only active disease does. but long exposure to XRAYS kill TB desease and spores eventually!
andrew j langham

Cheltenham, UK

#5 Oct 26, 2011
note alot of modern cancers derive from estrogen esters!
andrew j langham

Milton Keynes, UK

#7 Oct 27, 2011
a tb vaccine can be made by using the deseased bacteria infected blood and made safe with high xray beam for 30 second exposure and then decanted into live male goats blood so antibodies will form, which then can be harvested and used in cattle as a vaccine to block the pathway of tb progression to further spore production! note goats can get tb but not as easily as cattle they have higher immune systems! tiger and octopuses have the highest immune systems known!
andrew j langham

Milton Keynes, UK

#8 Oct 27, 2011
In goats, the disease would normally spread by breath and urine and ground spores aswell as head to head contact, which would include sharing hayracks and water bowls as well as general on the farm aerosol spread from breath. TB can infect the udder, in which case the milk is infective until or unless it is pasteurised. Sputum coughed up can be swallowed and thus infect urine and dung! note thouugh if the desease is killed by xrays and antibodies are made within male goats or even better live tiger blood, so when the new antibodies are extracted they can be used as an effective vaccine for cattle and sheep badgers and other animals! use male goats because their immune system is higher and their testosterone is unadulterated by strange esters!
andrew j langham

Milton Keynes, UK

#9 Oct 27, 2011
note cattle testosterone may be be corrupt due to growth hormone only use male goats or tiger blood for antibody production for vaccine same applies to human vaccines!
andrew j langham

Motherwell, UK

#10 May 25, 2012
TB can be destroyed by normal X-ray as long as the X-ray time exsposure is 3 X normal HUMANS' for cattle needs to be 6 times normal exposure and focused over the entire anatomy' not just the chest cavity' same in all cases! Fact! Note; if you keep exterminating TB infected cattle' the species will never build an immunity to disease; especially in regards to B cell immunity memory recognition!

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