OT but Important: Usenet Abuse and Impersonation by a sick individual using IP address 215.146.38.217

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Sep 5, 2007, 11:59:00 PM9/5/07
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Hi:

To all respective forum readers, please take notice:

1) First of all, my apologies for such a wide off-topic cross-
posting. It's unusual, and very frowned upon. But I deem it
necessary in lieu of recent events. You can just disregard if you
will.

2) There is a user on the net who has impersonated "Don Klipstein",
me, as well as other respectable Usenet posters. He/she is using our
names, email addresses, and profiles to post nonsense on Usenet
newsgroups. This impersonator seems to be located either in Burma or
Korea and has the IP address of 215.146.38.217.

3) Doing a WHOIS checkup on 215.146.38.217 locates the source to be in
Seoul, Korea:

inetnum: 215.146.38.217 - 215.146.38.217
netname: HANANET
descr: Hanaro Telecom Co.
descr: Kukje Electornics Cneter Bldg. 1445-3 Seocho-Dong Seocho-Ku
country: KR
admin-c: IS37-AP
tech-c: SH243-AP
remarks: ***********************************************
remarks: KRNIC of NIDA is the National Internet Registry
remarks: in Korea under APNIC. If you would like to
remarks: find assignment information in detail
remarks: please refer to the NIDA Whois DB
remarks: http://whois.nida.or.kr/english/index.html
remarks: ***********************************************
mnt-by: MNT-KRNIC-AP
mnt-lower: MNT-KRNIC-AP
changed: hostmas...@apnic.net 20020430
status: ALLOCATED PORTABLE
changed: hm-chan...@apnic.net 20041007
source: APNIC

person: Inyup Sung
address: Hanaro Telecom Co.
address: Kukje Electornics Cneter Bldg. 1445-3 Seocho-Dong Seocho-Ku
address: SEOUL
address: 137-070
country: KR
phone: +82-2-106
fax-no: +82-2-6266-6483
e-mail: i...@hananet.net
nic-hdl: IS37-AP
mnt-by: MNT-KRNIC-AP
changed: hostmas...@nic.or.kr 20010523
source: APNIC

person: Seungchul Hwang
address: Hanaro Telecom Co.
address: Kukje Electornics Cneter Bldg., 1445-3 Seocho-Dong Seocho-Ku
address: SEOUL
address: 137-070
country: KR
phone: +82-2-106
fax-no: +82-2-6266-6483
e-mail: i...@hananet.net
nic-hdl: SH243-AP
mnt-by: MNT-KRNIC-AP
changed: hostmas...@nic.or.kr 20010523
source: APNIC

4) However, doing an IP locator on 215.146.38.217 in
http://www.geobytes.com/IpLocator.htm?GetLocation reports the source
to be in Yangon, Burma.

5) Don Klipstein and others check your messages on Google Groups by
clicking on your email addresses. You might find loads of nonsense
posted just as I have found in mine.

6) Here is impersonating post 1:

Path: g2news2.google.com!news1.google.com!newsfeed.stanford.edu!
newsfeed.news.ucla.edu!newsfeed.kreonet.re.kr!nntp.kreonet.re.kr!
kreonet.re.kr!feeder.kornet.net!newsfeed.hananet.net!tnews.hananet.net!
newsfeed.berkeley.edu!ucberkeley!newspeer.monmouth.com!
newspeer1.nwr.nac.net!border2.nntp.dca.giganews.com!nntp.giganews.com!
out02a.usenetserver.com!news.usenetserver.com!in02.usenetserver.com!
news.usenetserver.com!postnews.google.com!g4g2000hsf.googlegroups.com!
not-for-mail
From: Radium <gluceg...@gmail.com>
Newsgroups: rec.pyrotechnics
Subject: Re: What is the highest radio frequency used for radio
astronomy?
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2007 02:17:36 GMT
Organization: http://groups.google.com
Lines: 44
Message-ID: <8693249902.873555.97...@g4g2000hsf.googlegroups.com>
References: < 1188459200.603005.55...@m37g2000prh.googlegroups.com>
NNTP-Posting-Host: 215.146.38.217
X-Trace: tnews.hananet.net 1188875885 13375 215.146.38.217 (4 Sep 2007
03:18:05 GMT)
X-Complaints-To: newsad...@hanaro.com
NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2007 03:18:05 +0000 (UTC)

including speech muscles -- should be relaxed to
a state of total paralysis [no amount of stimulation (whether neural
or direct electric stimulation of the muscle fibers) should be able to
cause these muscles to contract or "un-relax"]. This will make him/her
unable to move or vocalize.

#randsent

2. While his/her breathing muscles should not be paralyzed, his/her
voluntary control of them should be totally lost [this means that his/
her autonomic nervous system will have complete control over his/her
respiration].

#randsent

3. The motor nerves supplying his/her voluntary muscles - including
speech muscles but excluding breathing muscles -- should also be
relaxed into total paralysis [these motor nerves should be hyper-
polarized] and unable to "un-relax".

#randsent

4. His/her entire autonomic nervous system [and their effectors], his/
her heart's natural pacemaker, his/her tear-production, his/her
natural pain-relieving -- and stress-relieving -- mechanisms, smooth
muscles [including those in the respiratory system], endocrine,
hormonal, inflammatory, lysosomal, and immune systems should remain
totally unresponsive to the infliction of even the most excruciating
pain, totally unresponsive to any type of injury [regardless of
severity], and totally unresponsive to any emotion or psychological
state [regardless of intensity].

#randsent

5. The parts of his/her brain that deal exclusively with movement,
contraction/relaxation of all voluntary muscles [including speech
muscles but excluding breathing] muscles should also be relaxed into a
state of hyperpolarization.

#randsent

6. The parts of his/her brain that deal solely with voluntary - but
not involuntary -- control of breathing should also be relaxed into
hyperpolarization.

#randsent

7. All pain reflexes -- somatic and visceral - should be totally
paralyzed.

#randsent

8. All psychological protective mechanis


7) Below is post number 2:

Path: g2news2.google.com!news2.google.com!
border1.nntp.dca.giganews.com!nntp.giganews.com!
nx02.iad01.newshosting.com!newshosting.com!novia!
newsfeed.yul.equant.net!newsfeed.dacom.co.kr!feeder.kornet.net!
newsfeed.hananet.net!tnews.hananet.net!newscon02.news.prodigy.net!
prodigy.net!news.glorb.com!postnews.google.com!
19g2000hsx.googlegroups.com!not-for-mail
From: Radium <gluceg...@gmail.com>
Newsgroups: alt.sports.soccer.manchester.united
Subject: Re: Mixing two colors usually results in a color that is
between the wavelengths of the original colors; red/blue is the
exception.
Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2007 23:40:41 GMT
Organization: http://groups.google.com
Lines: 28
Message-ID: < 6355342000.328100.331...@19g2000hsx.googlegroups.com>
References: <1188584728.592410.268...@i13g2000prf.googlegroups.com>
NNTP-Posting-Host: 215.146.38.217
X-Trace: tnews.hananet.net 1188876981 14670 215.146.38.217 (4 Sep 2007
03:36:21 GMT)
X-Complaints-To: newsad...@hanaro.com
NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2007 03:36:21 +0000 (UTC)

may keep their eyes firmly shut
and resist the opening of the eye by examiners. Because eyelid tone
cannot be changed at will, in patients with true coma passive eyelid
opening is easy and is followed by slow eyelid closure. Blinking also
increases in feigned coma, but decreases in true coma. Passive eye
opening in a sleeping or an actually comatose person results in
mydriasis if the pupillary reflex mechanisms are intact. Conversely,
opening the eyes of a person who is awake produces miosis. The eyes
roll up when the lids are raised, known as Bell's phenomenon as
mentioned before, in patients with psychogenic pseudocoma, while the
eyes remain in the neutral position in patients with real coma. Roving
eye movements cannot be imitated and their presence indicates true
coma. In contrast, voluntary saccadic eye movements seen in feigned
coma are usually faster and briskly with a well-defined endpoint.
Pseudocoma patients may respond with purposeful movement to painful
stimulation and avoid unpleasant stimuli such as a nasal tickle. The
presence of nystagmus during cold caloric testing suggests that coma
is either feigned or hysterical, because nystagmus requires an intact
cerebral cortex and brainstem. Additionally, cold water caloric
stimulation is noxious and can induce nausea and vomiting, or
awakening in patients with psychogenic coma."

#randsent

"Similarly to patients with pseudoparalysis, the hands of patients
with pseudocoma do not often hit their fac


8) So you can see how this net-abuser has impersonated me. He/she has
also impersonated Don Klipstein. It's likely that he/she won't stop
just with us two but will go on impersonating anyone he/she until
stopped. As I've recently found "RHRRC" has also been impersonated.

Don, RHRRC, and others, please check your messages, you'll find posts
that are definitely not yours.

RHRRC, see this:

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.lang/msg/0bdffc7edbb1e4da?dmode=source

Don, see this:

http://groups.google.com/group/sci.lang/msg/e458793775a43343?dmode=source

Obviously neither of you posted the above two messages.

Much like I didn't post the following message:

http://groups.google.com/group/rec.pyrotechnics/msg/1762bed639005379?dmode=source

--
it is not
the result of a brain injury. It involves loss of important personal
information. Another term for this condition is functional amnesia."

#randsent

"In one form of psychogenic amnesia, called fugue state, individuals
may forget not only their pasts but their very identities. Despite the
many Hollywood movies depicting this phenomenon, fugue state is
extremely rare in real life. Fugue state normally resolves with time,
particularly with the help of therapy."

#randsent

"A more common form of psychogenic amnesia is dissociative amnesia. In
this state, an individual may experience memory loss which is
restricted to a particular period of time, such as the duration of a
violent crime. This memory loss is too extensive to be explained by
ordinary forgetting, and instead may reflect the fact that the
information is too stressful or traumatic to be remembered.
Dissociative amnesia is a psychological phenomenon, rather than a
physiological one, and may often be resolved with the help of
therapy."

#randsent

More on psychogenic blackouts [escapes] which must be prevented:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychogenic_amnesia

http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3225/is_n1_v41/ai_8773339

http://www.psych.uic.edu/education/courses/behav_science2000/reed/behavscilimbic03132000/sld023.htm

**VRL-1 nerves: http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/P/Pain.html

TRPV2 (also called VRL-1) responds to temperatures above 52 Celsius.
"Painfully hot"


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