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PostSubject: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 10:37 am

http://heretic.blastmagazine.com/2010/02/amy-bishop-has-a-cyborg-laboratory/

February 12
by Mark Baard

Alleged UAH shooter Amy Bishop, in custody tonight after killing three, was working on a computer made with “mammalian” neurons:

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Neuroengineering

My laboratory’s goal will be to continue in our effort to develop a neural computer, the Neuristor™️, using living neurons. This computer will exploit all of the advantages of neurons. Specifically, neurons rich with the nitric oxide NO dependent learning receptor, N Methyl D Aspartate receptor NMDAR, will be utilized. These have previously been studied in the context of induced adaptive resistance to NO IAR. For the Neuristor™️ we will take advantage of the IAR phenomena since it has been demonstrated that IAR neurons express more learning and memory receptors NMDAR as well as increased neurite outgrowth. The neurons that we are currently using are mammalian motor neurons. We are exploring the possibility of using neurons derived from adult stem cells, and from bony fishes provided by Bruce Stallsmith Ph.D. This laboratory has created a portable cell culture incubator, the Cell Drive™️ that is an ideal support structure for the Neuristor™️.

via Amy Bishop, Ph.D.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 10:55 am

This was a FB comment, no link yet.

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Excerpt from Trance Formation of America:

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Early the next morning, deep underground in the NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center mind-control lab near D.C., Bill Bennett began preparing me for the program. NASA uses various "CIA designer drugs" to chemically alter the brain and create exactly the mindset required at the time. Huntsville, Alabama's NASA drug of choice, "Train-quility," created a feeling of absolute, peaceful compliance and a sensation of walking on air. The drug administered this time was sufficiently similar to Tranquility to create total compliance. The beating I had endured the night before had rendered me helpless, anyway, and I could barely crawl up onto the cold, metal lab table as the drug took effect.
O’Brien specifically mentioned being programmed in Huntsville.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 5:27 pm

Tell me more. I'm not aware of this story, as I don't watch or pay attention to any "news" unless someone brings it to my attention.

This woman just went-off and killed some people, and she used to work a a biotech researcher in Huntsville? Is that about right?

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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 5:56 pm

Yes.

Profile: Dr. Amy Bishop, alleged University of Alabama-Huntsville shooter

Posted: February 12, 2010, 11:14 PM

by Gillian Grace Neuristor, Jim Anderson, University of Alabama-Huntsville, Amy Bishop, UAH

Full story: Female faculty member kills three in Huntsville university shooting

Breaking timeline: Female professor allegedly kills three in shooting on University of Alabama-Huntsville campus

Alleged University of Alabama-Huntsville school shooter Dr. Amy Bishop was a Harvard-educated neurobiologist who joined the faculty of UAH in 2003.

Her development with her husband, Jim Anderson, of a "portable cell incubator" placed third in a state-wide competition, and won the couple $25,000 of seed money in a business competition.

From a Huntsville Times story of June 2006:

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"It's great to actually see it hit the market, and the sooner the better...My colleagues think it will change the face of tissue culture. It will allow us, as researchers, to not live in the lab and control our tissue culture conditions, including the sensitive cultures including those like adult stem cells"


Mr. Anderson, also reportedly in custody, is said to be the chief science officer of Cherokee Labsystems in Huntsville.

Dr. Bishop's profile has been pulled from UAH's site, but Google's cache reveals her areas of research focussed on the role of gasses, especially nitrous oxide, on the central nervous system.

Her lab was working on the development of a "neural computer," the "Neuristor," which would use living neurons—taken either from stem cells or fish.

She also developed the InQ, a "precision instrument designed to increase the precision and consistency of cell growth in laboratory experimentation."

Dr. Bishop has numerous articles in journals to her credit, including studies in the International Journal of General Medicine and Toxicology.

Reviews of Dr. Bishop's courses can still be found on ratemyprofessor.com.

"Neuroscience essentially turns into a bioethics class. She's a liberal from "Hahvahd" and let's you know exactly how she feels about particular subjects," says one student.

"Sci-fi to quantum mechanics with a little art history thrown in the mix," read another comment.

"...she is nice, helpful, and makes it interesting," says another student.

Update: thanks to the commenter below for pointing out where an archived version of Dr. Bishop's profile can be found. Click here: http://web.archive.org/web/20070820140857/www.uah.edu/colleges/science/biology/amy/amy.htm
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 6:16 pm

Full on spin here.

http://gawker.com/5471149/university-of-alabama-shooting-suspect-dr-amy-bishop-a-politicized-composite-emerges

University of Alabama-Huntsville Shooting Suspect Dr. Amy Bishop: A Politicized, Tragic History Emerges

Yesterday afternoon at the University of Alabama, Huntsville, a suspect was detained on a capital murder charge after a shooting that left three dead and three injured: Dr. Amy Bishop. A portrait of her is emerging. Update: Bishop's violent past.

Our J-School Embed, Gawker contributor Hunter Walker, did some digging around, and found the following on Dr. Amy Bishop:

* Bishop's a Harvard-educated biologist who's an assistant professor at UAH. The three dead victims were all working in the Biology department, including the department's chairman. Via the New York Times, Bishop's denial of tenure is what supposedly triggered her violent rampage:

"She began to talk about her problems getting tenure in a very forceful and animated way, saying it was unfair," the associate said, referring to a conversation in which she blamed specific colleagues for her problems. "She seemed to be one of these persons who was just very open with her feelings," he said. "A very smart, intense person who had a variety of opinions on issues."


* Her profile on the university's site shows that she specialized in "Molecular Biology of Oxidative Stress, Neurobiology, Neuroengineering, and Induced Adaptive Resistance." Her most notable achievement in her field was the invention of InQ, a "cell growth incubator," which was assisted by her husband, Jim Anderson. She was profiled by the Huntsville Times in 2006, to whom she boasted that her colleagues think the InQ will "change the face of tissue culture."

* Whether or not it did is far less notable than the fact, that, as the teacher of "Anatomy and Physiology," she wasn't necessarily notable.

* Walker checked out her Rate My Professors profile, and found the following:

RateMyProfessors.com has 34 reviews of Bishop's class dating back to April, 2004. On a scale of one to five, Bishop received ratings of 2.3 for "average easiness," 3.7 for "average helpfulness," 3.4 for "average clarity," and a "hotness total" of 0. Her "overall quality" was a 3.6. None of the postings describe Bishop as the kind of angry or mean person from whom we might have expected some sort of violent outburst. Several of the online reviews of her class say Bishop was "fair," however not all of her students seem to have enjoyed her class. Multiple reviewers described Bishop as "brilliant" a smart teacher, who was eager to help out with extra study sessions, and taught an excellent class. There are also several reviews indicating that she is a "boring" teacher who "reads straight from the book" and "highlight[s] the book word for word."


* Even more, Walker notes that she might have been a "fish out of water" on the UAH campus given her Ivy-League roots and her fairly liberal ideologies. More from her students:

After classes ended last spring, a RateMyProfessors.com user said Bishop "is hot but she tries to hide it.And she is a socalist but she only talks about it after class." In 2008, someone described her on the site by saying: "she's a liberal from ‘Hahvahd' and let's you know exactly how she feels about particular subjects."


* Finally, Walker found that she was a member of the "Clergy Letter Project," which is devoted to connecting scientists with clergy members who "have questions about the science associated with all aspects of evolution."

For what it's worth, Walker also recorded her outgoing voicemail message. Meanwhile, over at Media Elites, Steve Huff found that right-wing groups have already jumped on Bishop and her husband—who has also been detained, but not charged—and are using political views as put on display by Rate My Professors to fuel their rhetoric. Huff notes:

Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit, pointed this RateMyProfessors comment out and it was immediately picked up by other historically conservative bloggers. Because you know all the comments on "Rate My Professor" are true and valid reflections of a teacher's personality, style and ability to do their job and not student perceptions and biases, right?

Huff also dug up a complaint to the FTC by Bishop's husband, which ends:

"By the people … for the people …"
not
"Buy the people … for the Corporations …"

Does a liberal ideology, an Ivy League education, and a husband who writes letters to the FTC make a rage-prone shooter? Not necessarily, but as we've learned, extremities of any kind almost always definitely do. The extent of Bishop's politics, ideas behind them, and the lifestyle to which Bishop and her husband inhibited them have yet to be fully fleshed out, but one thing—as each instance of breaking violence of this stripe happens proves without fail—is for sure: the pictures that can come together from aggregated information is hitting people faster and is colored deeper than each time before it, every time, as are the assumptions and projections they yield.

Update: Whether or not certain political ideologies are factors in determining any remote possibility of Bishop being a violent person probably now look a little different in light of the fact that she fatally shot her brother in 1986. Via the Boston Globe:

Amy Bishop had shot her 18-year-old brother, Seth M. Bishop, an accomplished violinist who had won a number of science awards. John Polio, chief of police at the time, said Amy Bishop, who was 20 at the time, had asked her mother, Judith, in the presence of her brother how to unload a round from the chamber of a 12-gauge shotgun.

Polio told the Globe that while Amy Bishop was handling the weapon, it fired, wounding Seth Bishop in the abdomen. He was pronounced dead at a hospital 46 minutes after the Dec. 6, 1986 shooting. "Every indication at this point in time leads us to believe it was an accidental shooting," Polio said at the time.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 7:56 pm

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The three dead victims were all working in the Biology department,
including the department's chairman.
So, she wiped-out the entire department working on this tech?

My guess is that there are no super secret tech programs anymore if there isn't at least one Monarch subject in the mix with a self-destruct program installed.

On edit... they found she was a member of the "Clergy Letter Project," which is devoted to connecting scientists with clergy members who "have questions about the science associated with all aspects of evolution." So, are they going to use this to go after the religious community (ie. vector)?

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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 9:24 pm

I wanna know if she saw Avatar!
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 10:12 pm

I'm thinkin MK Ultra - but I'm not sure "why" ...
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 10:28 pm

GREAT research, incognito. Thanks!
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sat 13 Feb 2010, 11:47 pm

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GREAT research, incognito. Thanks!

Thanks, Explorer.

I thought this was interesting too. Here most recent paper was on SSR inhibitors.

http://www.uah.edu/biology/amy.html

Most Recent Publications

Anderson, L. B., Anderson P. B., Anderson T. B., Bishop A., Anderson J., Effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors on motor neuron survival (2009) International Journal of General Medicine. In press

Bishop A., Green-Hobbs K., Eguchi A., Pennie C., Anderson J.E., Estévez A. Differential sensitivity of oligodendrocytes and motor neurons to reactive nitrogen species: a new paradigm for the etiology of Multiple Sclerosis (2009). Journal of Neurochemistry. (109) 93-104.

Bishop A, Gooch R, Green-Hobbs K, Cashman N. R., Demple B., Anderson J. E., Estévez A.,. Mitigation of nitrotyrosine formation in motor neurons adapted to nitrooxidative stress. (2009) Journal of Neurochemistry. (109) 74-84.

Bishop A., Gooch R., Anderson J., Induced Adaptive Resistance to Nitrooxidative Stress in the CNS: Therapeutic Implications (2006) Current Medicinal Chemistry - Central Nervous System Agents 6(4).

Bishop A. & Anderson J. (2005). NO signaling in the CNS: From the Physiological to the Pathological. TOXICOLOGY (208):193-205.

Amy Bishop, Shaw Fung-Yet, Mark J. Perrella, Arthur M. Lee, Neil R. Cashman & Bruce Demple (2004) A key role for heme oxygenase-1 in nitric oxide resistance in murine motor neurons and glia. BBRC 325:3-9.

Amy Bishop, Neil R. Cashman. (2003) Induced adaptive resistance to oxidative stress in the CNS: Discussion of possible mechanisms and their therapeutic potential. Current Drug Metabolism 4(2) 171-184.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 12:08 am

Thanks, will read this a little later tonight. I still have this gut feeling she was a Monarch subject. The biology connection has something to do with it. Plus, her shooting of her brother when she was 19. Plus, wasn't it at Harvard that Ted Kazynski was treated to mind control conditioning? Hmmm...
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 1:18 am

Just saw a news clip of Police putting her in squad car and she said two things:

1. this didn't happen

2. when someone said that the people were all dead, she said "no, they are still alive"

She looked and acted like she was totally out-of-it.

This is one bizarre OP.

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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 2:14 am

WOW!

Yup, Monarch, I sez.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 3:24 am

She and her crew finished doing all the heavy lifting on the project. With Amy and crew gone there were no ethical concerns to have to deal with and it was moved to the black ops dept.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 11:40 am

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She and her crew finished doing all the heavy lifting on the project. With Amy and crew gone there were no ethical concerns to have to deal with and it was moved to the black ops dept.
These Nazi's are now totally and completely out of control. They are using their mind control weapon like a toy now.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 12:12 pm

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incognito wrote:
She and her crew finished doing all the heavy lifting on the project. With Amy and crew gone there were no ethical concerns to have to deal with and it was moved to the black ops dept.
These Nazi's are now totally and completely out of control. They are using their mind control weapon like a toy now.

Well said.
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 14 Feb 2010, 4:47 pm








And this in March 2009


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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 16 May 2010, 11:07 am

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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 16 May 2010, 11:14 am

http://cryptogon.com/?p=13672


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Neurobiologist, Co-Inventor of Revolutionary Medical Research Device,
Involved with Mass Shooting



February 13th, 2010 Update: Gun, Bought by a Third Party, Belonged to Bishop’s
Husband; Bishop Claims, “She Wasn’t There”
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 16 May 2010, 2:33 pm

incognito wrote:
http://cryptogon.com/?p=13672


Harvard-Educated
Neurobiologist, Co-Inventor of Revolutionary Medical Research Device,
Involved with Mass Shooting



February 13th, 2010 Update: Gun, Bought by a Third Party, Belonged to Bishop’s
Husband; Bishop Claims, “She Wasn’t There”
I wonder if any part of this story resembles anything factual?

For example, can we even confirm that the victims were actually shot by a gun? Maybe the victims aren't dead, or maybe they are dead but it was the result of a bio accident.

With black programs such as this, we're never going to confirm anything. There's just not tangible data points in reality to compare and confirm anything.

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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Sun 16 May 2010, 4:52 pm

It's actually a pretty long piece that's why I didn't post it. Lot's of meat there to ponder...
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Wed 19 May 2010, 5:21 pm

What do you guys think about the bio-computer? Maybe after the research was completed they wanted to clean out anyone who had knowledge of it? This makes me thin there was something more to their research...
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PostSubject: Re: Amy Bishop has a “cyborg” laboratory   Wed 19 May 2010, 5:48 pm

So supposedly she accidentally shot a hole in the wall and then went downstairs to accidentally shoot her brother to death, which would be kind of believable, but they are saying she then took the same shotgun to an auto dealership and was holding people up before the police arrived and arrested her (by sneaking up behind her while she still held the shotgun, lol) but she was never convicted of anything???

How is that possible? If I took a gun to an auto dealership and never even pointed it at someone I would be convicted of some crime. This is so absurd...

Either A) None of that happened and they are trying to make her seem crazy

Or B) It did happen and was brushed under the rug because she was a valuable mind control victim

What do you guys thing? This is a really strange story.

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It's actually a pretty long piece that's why I didn't
post it. Lot's of meat there to ponder...

Yeah man, you can say that again...
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