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Extraterrestrial Threat to those with negative blood types?

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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:20 PM
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reply to post by aravoth
 


From what I have been able to gather throughout, yes.




posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:20 PM
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Nah, I don't like to argue, I like to debate and discuss. I take issue with people stating the Mayo Clinic and American Red Cross are wrong and you need to call them to correct them, and then telling people to "google" if they ask for further details. I also take issue with statements being made that I know first hand are NOT fact.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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Originally posted by fleabit
Why does this sound like an X-Files episode. Moreso, why does it have a similar plot to the X-Files movie.

What makes people predisposed to believe this story? Because the guy lives in Russia? Or because he "encrypted" his message?

People should check his IP each time he posts - if he is "on the move," the IP should change repeatedly, I'd think.


Its already been checked by a forum mod and turned out to be true.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:21 PM
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It was just a joke. Truth is, my ex is a wonderful woman and I sometimes wish we were still together. That aside, She's rh- and I'm rh+. For reasons you'll have to guess at, we managed to share blood a few times. This caused her system to develop antibodies, and both our children, who are rh+, had a rough time in the womb. Her system regarded them as trespassers. Both are perfectly healthy today. My ex, on the other hand has had a rough time because of this. Her third pregnancy ended in a miscarriage. She was told not to try again. Apparently, in a case like this, each pregnancy is more risky than the previous.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by SigmundFRAUD
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You had a premature baby?


No, but I got the shot and the card.
He's A positive.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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I wonder if it's related to Anthrax in some way. It is an ancient bacteria that can be found on every continent including Antarctica. Crocodiles have been around for so long that they have become super immune to the destructive power of the bacteria.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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Originally posted by SigmundFRAUD
reply to post by cry93
 


Nah, I don't like to argue, I like to debate and discuss. I take issue with people stating the Mayo Clinic and American Red Cross are wrong and you need to call them to correct them, and then telling people to "google" if they ask for further details. I also take issue with statements being made that I know first hand are NOT fact.


There is nothing to debate. I suspect you didn't realize that you didn't get Rhogam because you didn't make the appointment due to premature delivery. Responding to you just escalates your need to "discuss and debate" even with your rebuttals have nothing to do with the things that people are saying to you now.

In any event, Happy Mother's Day.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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It was 170.20 MHZ ....peculiarly close however...hmmm



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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I wonder if he is subtly making the claim that the evolution of humanity is dependent on genetic mutations spurred by this "virus".

Kinda interesting really. A virus that forces gene mutation, a process that wipes out most everyone, but leaving the survivors with a totally different and "pure" bloodline that can't be contaminated, because anyone that could have contaminated it died during the "pandemic"



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:26 PM
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Originally posted by linux2216
My blood type is O neg. My blood type is quite rare, found in only 4.33% of the world's population. Until now I have been happy to know that as a "universal donor" I'm able to donate my blood to anyone in need without fear of hemolytic reaction. Has anyone learned how Rh negative people can defend themselves against this purported attack?
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I would check this information out. I am O+ universal donor. I can only receive O+ in recepient.
O- can only donate to O-. I don't remember whoes blood you can take I think O- and O +. I studied this subject in depth in Human Anatomy in High School. I would check it out with your doctor.
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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:26 PM
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Well, I doubt anything bad will happen, I have A+ blood type, so even what your saying happens, I'm okay.

Plus this could go inland with the 2012 thing, which I believe a great change will affect us all for the better.

I am skeptic on et (they exist, but I don't think they are visiting or want to visit) logically we are here, so et is somewhere. Many places

The universe rule if there is one of something then there are many. Earth Ike worlds included. You Scifi types Have no idea, how common earth like worlds are. Some solar systems have more than two earth like worlds. Common like ants, ignored like ants.

Edit: also when my body was developing, it wasn't 9 months, it was 10 months. Either my body developed slowly, or there were extra things that needed development, does this have anything to do with me being A.D.D? And the part that controls social behavior, is dwarfed by the mathematical part of my brain.(that part is huge withs tons of brain activity) doctor did an MRI scan and said there was more activity then the fourth of July.


Logically the great change is when the sun spits out a certain particle that enhances our evolutionary rate. Mutating matter, bacteria and most commonly nucleus in cells. Altering the DNA ever so slightly. Brains could be a random mutation.
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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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Since the last two octets tell the subnet and host, it makes more sense. Otherwise, you'd have potentially hundreds of people with the same address.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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I seriously wish I could just start a new thread that has all the relevant information compiled so we wouldn't have people coming in at the end not having read through it (i don't blame them it's very long now) but acting like they know everything and asking the same questions that have already been solved in previous posts.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:29 PM
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hmmm...you did raise a question in my head with that post.


Blood grouping in animals

QUESTION: Do animals also have blood groups like humans?

J.Prasana, Pondicherry, T.N.

ANSWER: In man blood group is applied to single factor. This factor is agglutinogen and is also called antigen. It is found on the surface of red blood corpuscles.

Accordingly a person with `A' antigen is designated as a person with A-group, with `B' antigen as B-group, with both A and B antigens as AB-blood group and a person without any antigens is designated as O-blood group.

In the case of animals blood group is applied to combinations of blood factors. So it is preferable to call it as blood group systems rather then blood groups. Each system has many factors, which are together called blood group factors.

Dr. J. Moustgaard, of the Royal Veterinary & Agricultural College, Copenhagen has identified in cattle ten group systems namely A,B,C,FV,J,L,M,SU, Z and R'S'. Except J and L, all the other group systems have more than one group factor. For example the group factors of the group system A are designated as A[-1], A[-2], D, H, Z'.

The grouping factors are particular serum proteins. Acquiring of each protein is an inherited character. So examination of blood sample from within a breed might eventually prove a very useful means of selection. It might also indicate what mating could be expected to result in infertility.

The B-group system only has greater number of grouping factors. It has nearly 27 group factors, which are called phenogroups. Some of these are unique to particular breeds.

They are particularly valuable in determining incorrectly stated parentage. In dogs serum major groups have been recognised in the USA and they are referred to as A to G.

In veterinary practice blood transfusion is used in cases of haemorrhage and shock and to a lesser extent as part of the treatment of certain infectious diseases.

In cattle the donor and recipient are usually in the same herd. This fact lessens the risk of introducing infection and incompatibility does not arise.

But normal antibodies against the blood group factor-J are sometimes found in cattle. Thus if the donor's blood is J-positive and the recipient's blood contains normal antibody called anti-J the so-called transfusion reaction might be expected immediately following blood transfusion. These reactions are dyspnoea, muscular twisting, increased salivation and circulatory disturbances.

However, if an animal has been exposed to repeated blood transfusions, a different situation will arise. The animal will now have formed antibodies against the blood group antigens it does not have itself. It is therefore by no means unlikely that the blood of donor and the recipient are incompatible.

If this is so, transfusion will set off strong transfusion reactions. Such reaction can occur on the second or on subsequent blood transfusion.

S. Palaniappan, Pudukottai, T.N.


Geeze, and you thought people had complex blood



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:29 PM
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Originally posted by UberL33t
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As promised pivilu...(I redacted any personal identifying information)



Note the cryptic email address. Being that the cryptic-ness of this from the get go is seemingly setting a theme, one way or the other, it is worth pointing out no matter what side of the fence you're on at this point.
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But what I see on the email address is the 170.20 mhz. Where are you getting the IP address? Other than the original one that was solved by the mod as being from Russia in the beginning.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:31 PM
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Originally posted by star in a jar
Oh fantastic
I assume I'm type O since dad is O- and mom O+ but I don't know if i'm + or - and someone mentions there's a virus just for the - types...
I wonder which side of the coin toss I'm on?


You must get typed to determine your blood type. I am O+, my husband is O?(we can't remember) and my son is A+. So who knows what you ended up being? It could be anything... I think the RH- alien thing could be a hoax. It's all about your family's genetics. Most People are O+ or A+. Two of my sister in laws are Rh- and had to take shots while they were pregnant. The aliens can have one of them, the other is over my dead body.
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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:31 PM
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No, but I got the shot and the card. He's A positive.



I asked because Cry98 stated that every RH- woman who has had a baby has had at least one RhoGAM injection UNLESS the father was blood typed. She also stated that women who had premature births were given a card...

I had a premature baby, I was not given a card, I was NOT given RhoGAM, I AM AB- and I didn't "deny the injection"...as Cry98 implied. I'm not going to get into arguing what NICU doctors consider 27 weeks vs 28 weeks and how they figure it out etc because I am sure Cry98 is a Neonatal specialist as well as my press agent and a certified Hematologist....



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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Very interesting find you have there. I love the internet, information at your fingertips..



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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Check this out....I started following links having to do with Koltsovo....and what they do there. They work in viruses and study transmission and effects of viruses. Go check out the following page and scroll down the links till you get to 21 It has to do with this.... "Monkeypox virus viral chemokine inhibitor (MPV vCCI), a potent inhibitor of rhesus macrophage inflammatory protein" Now isn't it strange that the town he mentioned just happens to be a freaking virus lab, but not only THAT, but a strain from RHESUS MONKEYS (which is what the RH in the bloodtype stands for)....this is getting creepy!!! Here's the page www.recentmedicalfindings.com...

Oh....and Monkey pox is related to SMALLPOX!

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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 02:33 PM
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this is what I don't get though....
okay, let's say that they did find this very old virus frozen in ice for ages, and it escapes the lab......
the antigens, of which the rh factor is, would cause the body to accept something new in the body that has that similar antigen, it wouldn't induce the immune system to respond and fight off the intrusion, it wouldn't see the intrusion...
well, it seems that the AB+ people would be more open for intrusions that the O-, since they would have more antigens contained in their body and would be more acceptable....
so, well, how could a virus be more severe to those whose blood is geared to fight off so much, while not affecting those who would be open for so much?? unless, the virus itself it pretty much a docile element, and it's the body's rejection to it that is the killer....




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