viernes, noviembre 16, 2007

HOMBRE ARBOL , REAL!!!!

LA EVOLUCION YA ESTA DESDE HACE TIEMPO SOBRE NOSOTROS.

YA SABEMOS LO QUE EL SER HUMANO ORDINARIO ES CAPAS DE HACERSE , EN SU CAMINO A LA AUTODESTRUCCION .

LA NUEVA RAZA ESTARA ACA YA ?
YA ESTAREMOS OBSOLETOS ?,

YA SE NOS PASO EL TIEMPO EN QUE PODIMOS HACER ALGO?.


UN HOMBRE QUE ES GENETICAMENTE PARTE ARBOL,
NIÑOS QUE NACEN CON MAS ESTREMIDADES FUNCIONALES, UN MATEMATICO QUE SE AISLA SIN QUERER GANAR PREMIOS.

NO NIÑOS NO ES LA NARRACION AL PRINCIPIO DE LOS EPISODIOS DE HEROES.
DENSE CUENTA! MIREN A SU ALREDEDOR , EL MUNDO YA CAMBIO , LOS ORDINARIOS SE MUEREN POR MILLONES , LA NATURALEZA SE ESTA ENCANGANDO Y NOSOTROS TAMBIEN .

"SI TIENES QUE HACER ALGO ", HASLO AHORA!!!
Y SI NO ES ASI SOLO ESPERA ATENTO .

Tree man 'who grew roots' may be cured

By Matthew Moore
Last Updated: 2:38am GMT 16/11/2007

An Indonesian fisherman who feared that he would be killed by tree-like growths covering his body has been given hope of recovery by an American doctor - and Vitamin A.

  • Update: Tree man says he wants to live to see grandchildren
  • Telegraph TV: Dede talks about his extraordinary affliction
  • Telegraph TV: Dr Anthony Gaspari examines Dede's lesions


  • Dede, now 35, baffled medical experts when warty "roots" began growing out of his arms and feet after he cut his knee in a teenage accident.

    Dr Anthony Gaspari and Dede

    Dede from Indonesia, now 35, baffled medical experts when warty "roots" began growing out of his arms and feet after he cut his knee in a teenage accident:



    The welts spread across his body unchecked and soon he was left unable to carry out everyday household tasks.
    Sacked from his job and deserted by his wife, Dede has been raising his two children - now in their late teens - in poverty, resigned to the fact that local doctors had no cure for his condition.
    To make ends meet he even joined a local "freak show", parading in front of a paying audience alongside victims of other peculiar diseases.

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  • Although supported by his extended family, he was often a target of abuse and ridicule in his rural fishing village.
    But now an American dermatology expert who flew out to Dede's home village south of the capital Jakarta claims to have identified his condition, and proposed a treatment that could transform his life.

    After testing samples of the lesions and Dede's blood, Dr Anthony Gaspari of the University of Maryland concluded that his affliction is caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), a fairly common infection that usually causes small warts to develop on sufferers.
    Dede

    سبحان الله الخالق
    اسلام عجائب غرائب ,tree man, god,allah,tanrı,dean


    Dede's problem is that he has a rare genetic fault that impedes his immune system, meaning his body is unable to contain the warts.

    The virus was therefore able to "hijack the cellular machinery of his skin cells", ordering them to produce massive amounts of the substance that caused the tree-like growths known as "cutaneous horns" on his hands and feet.
    Dede's counts of a key type of white blood cell are so low that Dr Gaspari initially suspected he may have the Aids virus.
    But tests showed he did not, and it became clear that Dede's immune condition was something far rarer and more mysterious.
    Warts aside, he had enjoyed remarkable good health throughout his life - which would not be expected of someone with a suppressed immune system - and neither his parents nor his siblings have shown signs of developing lesions.

    "The likelihood of having his deficiency is less than one in a million," Dr Gaspari told the Telegraph.

    Dr Gaspari, who became involved in the case through a Discovery Channel documentary, believes that Dede's condition can be largely cleared up by a daily doses of a synthetic form of Vitamin A, which has been shown to arrest the growth of warts in severe cases of HPV.
    Dede with his teenage daughter

    "He won't have a perfectly normal body but the warts should reduce in size to the point where he could use his hands," Dr Gaspari said.
    "Over the course of three to six months the warts should be come smaller and fewer in number. He will be living a more normal life."

    The most resilient warts could then be frozen off and the growths on his hands and feet surgically removed.
    Dr Gaspari hopes to get the necessary drugs free of charge from pharmaceutical firms. They would then be administered by Indonesian doctors under his supervision.

    Still intrigued by the origins of Dede's peculiar immune condition, the doctor would like to fly him to the United States for further examination, but fears the financial and bureaucratic barriers would prove too difficult to overcome.
    "I would like to bring him to the US to run tests on where his immune condition has come from, but I would need funding and to get him a visa as well as someone to cover the costs of the tests," he said.
    "I've never seen anything like this in my entire career."
    # "Half Man Half Tree", part of the "My Shocking Story" series, will be shown on the Discovery Channel at 9pm on Nov 15. For more details visit the programme's website.

    Un matemático se aísla del mundo durante 8 años y rechasa la medalla fields el nobel de las matematicas

    Si en este momento hubiese en el mundo un concurso de frikis, la victoria sería sin ninguna duda para Grigori Perelman, un matemático ruso de 40 años de edad. Perelman (en la foto) estuvo durante ocho años encerrado en su casa tratando de resolver la ‘conjetura de Poincaré’, uno de los siete problemas matemáticos del milenio, y sorprendentemente, cuando ya casi se le daba por muerto (no literalmente por supuesto), reapareció en 2003 anunciando que había dado con la solución al problema, con la solución buscada con ahínco desde hace más de cien años.

    Por todos esos méritos se le quiso otorgar la medalla Fields - considerada como el Nobel de Matemáticas -en el acto de entrega del XXV Congreso Internacional de Matemáticos (ICM 2006) celebrado en Madrid del 22 al 30 de agosto. Y digo “se le quiso” porque Perelman la rechazó por completo. Nunca nadie había rechazado tal honor, pero Perelman –extrañamente- lo hizo. ¿Es normal estar 8 años investigando sobre un tema para luego no querer llevarse la “recompensa”? Pues no, eso es ser tonto.

    Según las pocas declaraciones de Perelman, rechazó la medalla porque no se considera parte de la comunidad matemática, porque para él lo importante es el reconocimiento y no “lo material” (¡Ajá!, y la Luna es de queso), y porque no tenía dinero para volar hasta Madrid (vamos por favor, eso ni es excusa ni es nada).

    Pues bien, esperemos que Perelman no se trague en un futuro las palabras de “Lo importante sólo es el reconocimiento, no lo material”. ¿Qué por qué? Bueno, digamos que dentro de poco –cuando se ratifique su investigación- puede ser el ganador de un millón de dólares que el Instituto Clay de Matemáticas ofrece al que resuelva la ‘conjetura de Poincaré’. Veremos entonces si acepta o si no… Se permiten apuestas.

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