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they tend to be involved in processes that regulate the flow of genetic information in the cell, such as transcription, RNA processing, and translation.
Sometimes the changes are beneficial. Other times they are detrimental. In either case, prions provide an added level of variation that may give the population a greater chance of surviving an otherwise dooming environmental change.
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: Tichy
Well informed thread. Can you add anything about
the human mutalations?
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
I thinking googling Gabe Valdez would be a good help in your research. He makes quite the case for ongoing testing to measure long term effects from nuclear radiation. Seeing how so many cases fall in and around those old test sites is telling. Plenty of reports about black choppers in the area around the same times.
Seems they can easily hoist the cow with a harness, fly away and core out the necessary areas for testing, fly back and drop it off. Oh, and of course point the finger at aliens.
originally posted by: VoidHawk
I confess I skipped the sciency bits as it all goes over my head
However, are you suggesting that someone was mutilating cattle for the purposes of Prion science?
I've watched a few docu's about the mutilations, watched one just last night! and I really cant see any reason to connect the two. There seems to have been a lot of military activity involved with the mutilations and again I dont see how that goes along with the prions either.
Also, if the mutilations were done by professional people then why do it in public?
Not saying your wrong op, and we do need to look at every angle
That also was a large group of Family members and hiking up there with the elderly and very young would have been extremely difficult, if anyone has looked to see the trail that scientists had to use to get there for their study of the place.
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originally posted by: skunkape23
If this is a government experiment, why would they not just go to auction and buy cattle? It would be a lot cheaper and easier than abducting them with helicopters in secret.
One detail of the mutilation phenomenon that I have not seen mentioned on any of the threads here, is that the cattle are often marked with a substance that fluoresces under a black light.