PZ Myers posted Entry 1921 on January 18, 2006 10:49 AM.
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Comment #73188

Posted by steve s on January 18, 2006 11:24 AM (e)

I think the host might be having some issues.

Comment #73363

Posted by Sir_Toejam on January 18, 2006 8:53 PM (e)

I was surprised not to see a link to the discovery of metabolic pathway in plants that produces methane under oxygenated conditions.

As far as I know, that’s the first suggestion of a significant newly discovered metabolic pathway sicne the vent animals in the 80’s.

oh well, maybe next time.

Comment #75954

Posted by Laura Luke on January 26, 2006 6:24 PM (e)

And yet who is watching their behaviors ? Rumor is that Barry Landew, CEO of SRA International that has obtained monopolistic contracts with various government agencies,(including our fraud watchers at the GAO!!),probably due to the fact of the CIA’s In-Q-Tel investments in SRA International,is himself addicted to gambling like that Republican pillar of ‘virtues’, Bill Bennett. (Do google search ,’sra international Barry Landew gambling’)

What I suggest and hope is that as many people as possible contact their congress people and demand an investigation not only of NSA’s spying on the public but of their software people SRA International and also into their ‘spinoff’, Mantas Inc,.who,as I have explained previously in various indymedia articles,allowed the illegal ‘pump and dump’ .of Texas’ fraudulent biotech company, Endovasc, to be orchestrated and covered up through a Charles Schwab account.(see link Charles Schwab Share-Money laundering below.)

Also demand that that the SEC or Securities Exchange Commission investigate SRA International’s and Mantas Inc.’s possible connection to or involvement with Bellador Group, www.belladorgroup.com, of Kuala Lumpur and Dubai, and why it recommended both Endovasc and SRA International stock shares to its suspect clients.

The fact that Bellador Inc. has been allowed to pump and dump SRI International shares and many UNAUDITED AND UNREGISTERED U.S. penny stock shares,both onshore,and offshore in terrorist suspect money laundering regions,is proof certain CIA , Mantas Inc. and SRA International employees and mangement are aiding and abetting the terrorists they warn us about.

The fact that shares of SRA International are dumped even more easily on the international market because Bellador and SRA Inernational management and CIA can claim they have guaranteed income from our on government is scandalous beyond all belief. SRA International shares may have been used for money laundering in terrorist suspect money laundering centers as well.So we can only conclude that the GAO who has given tens of millions of dollars to these people not only has rewarded them for spying on us but has inadvertently been used as a prop in the promotion of shares that Mr.Landew,the CIA’s In-Q-Tel and Bellador Group Inc. of Kuala lumper have used to con others to buy shares as they dump and pocket the cash !!!

The rumor that SRA International’s Barry Landew may be addicted to gambling and have accumulated debts to pressure him to manipulate and dump his own shares for cash cannot be dismissed lightly.He could even be tempted to allow SRA International’s spying apparatus to be used by the criminal ‘private’ sector if this is true.

Comment #75976

Posted by Steviepinhead on January 26, 2006 8:03 PM (e)

The comment above appears to have wandered loose from some other thread entirely, and most likely, from some other blog–planet?–entirely.

For all I know, the points made may well be of urgent interest to someone, somewhere–without more context it’s awfully hard to tell!–but it’s certainly hard to figure what they’re doing here.