Subject: Re: Nazi Human Experimentation : 16 Ja 2003 - Pictures of My RadiationElectrocution and Burns
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 17:44:35 -0800
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On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 16:44:53 -0800, lastone_turns
>On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 20:12:52 GMT, "Sir Charles W. Shults III"
>> This looks exactly like a diabetes induced condition. The interesting thing
>>is that people with this form of diabetes can and do suffer from sensory
>>hallucinations- prickling skin, heating and cooling, even auditory and visual
>> From everything I have seen from News2020, he must immediately be checked
>>for diabetes- this is a recommendation to perhaps help save his life.
>Diabetes affects the blood and nervous systems. Narrowing of the blood
>vessels lowers blood flow and high blood sugar damages nerves causing
>numbness of the hands and feet. This condition can worsen and lead to
>a burning cold feeling and it seeems to gets worse at night.
I can verify that. Out of control Type 2 for 25 years. Before anyone
says anything, I'm uncontrollable because my diabetes was caused by
physical organ damage, not by obesity or heredity. Insulin and other
meds don't work for me so I have to do it by diet. Still, there are
some probs my doctor tells me I'm just going to have to learn to cope
with. Its not that bad really...there's some comfort in knowing HOW
you're going to die.
>The auditory and visual hallucinations, I haven't heard of that
>associated with high blood sugar. That sound more like a low blood
Nerve trauma will cause these. I have an optical sensory condition
that causes flashes of light and the perception of movement in my
peripheral vision when there's really no movement, and no, its not
those tiny little veins that float around inside your eyeball as you
get older. My diabetic eye exam was perfect, but the nerve trauma
still takes its toll.
>> To News2020- suppose that you get checked and they prescribe medication for
>>you. And let's further suppose that these symptoms go away over the course of a
>>couple of weeks. Does it matter to you whether "secret guys" or modern medicine
>>are the cause? The result is what is important, and if you value your health,
>>you should see a doctor immediately.
Some of us are inoperable but most are. Get to a doctor immediately.
I have no choice, but I'd lay odds you do.
>>My robotics, space and CGI web page - http://home.cfl.rr.com/aichip
>But, your right! He should see a doctor immediately.