Usenet Abuse: Someone at IP address 210.149.225.223 is impersonating me and posting nonsense

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Sep 5, 2007, 6:18:09 PM9/5/07
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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"

VR-1 responds to capsaicin. VRL-1 does NOT. There is a world of
difference.

VRL-1 responds only to "painfully hot"

VR-1 responds to hot, chili, and acids.

Once again, there is a BIG difference between VR-1 and VRL-1. Read
the quotes from http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/P/Pain.html
:

#randsent

"TRPV1 (also known as VR1) = Hot (>43 Celsius). Also activated by
capsaicin, the active ingredient of hot chili peppers, by camphor, and
by acids (protons)."

"TRPV2 (also called VRL-1) = Painfully hot (>52 Celsius)"

http://www.islandnet.com/~yesmag/brain/brainbump.php?id=95

"VR1 for hot, and VRL1 for super hot."

In the skin, VRL-1 serves as a thermal nociceptor. However in the
viscera, lungs and other internal organs, VRL-1 has a totally
different purpose.

#randsent

So dermal VRL1-excitation is significantly more painful than VR1
excitation.


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