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Subject: Re: Human Experimentation : Calling All Help Offered
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Date: Thu, 02 Jan 2003 19:37:31 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
I assume you are system operator in Chicago or Dallas ? (galileo.ticon.net
Would you post any info you have (regardless of what is happening).
Just making an offer and not posting anything does not really help.
"BC" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> The "game" is not unwinable, but we need to know what stage we're in.
> Has anyone given you "medications" to "help" you in the past? These can be
> important in blocking the effects of the radiation. While meant to help
> prolonge the suffering by the perps, I know how to use them for our
> Can you list the names on any bottles for me to identify the correct ones?
> I'll help you ingest the protective materials while avoiding taking any
> radiation catalysts.
> "News2020" wrote in message
> > Human Experimentation : Radiation At My Home : All Measurement Help
> > -------
> > By the way, is there anyone out there who has the required equpment to
> > detect, measure and/or record the range of radiation activity in my
> > that I have described in all my previous posts ?
> > If so, are you willing to lend it for testing ? If so, please send me
> > The results will be shared with everyone.
> > I will be very happy to arrange some way of getting it here and testing
> > If needed, all stops will be pulled off.
> > Please be aware that there is a significant number of people who will
> > consider all this the greatest threat to their existence and therefore
> > be willing to do anything to stop it. So, if you are jelly or have good
> > reasons to be afraid - such as job loss or friends-circle, do not
> > with this. Find others who can help indirectly and provide that person
> > advice/equipment.
> > I will need all the help to get past the unlivable conditions in my
> > the moment.
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