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The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 7:04pm On Jun 05, 2015
Hello Brothers, Sisters, and Elders;

Before I go on into the main topic, I will like to share a news dated back to almost 3 years ago, Observed and written by Monica Davies-

Scientists Using Melanin From Aborted Black Babies To Create Solar Cells: Are Living Blacks Next?

In an frightening line of research on solar cells, scientists are examining the connection between melanin (skin pigmentation) and solar cell development. Of course, it’s all clouded in jargon and officialese, but the basic idea is this: the creation of a melanin-based solar cell. This means that the skin of African-Americans and black fetuses could be used as an element in solar cells.

According to a research paper:

we suggest that a class of biological macromolecules called the melanins may be suitable replacements for the ruthenium complexes. They have strong, broad band absorption, are chemically and photochemically very stable, can be cheaply and easily synthesized, and are also bio-available and bio-compatible. We demonstrate a melanin-based regenerative solar cell, and discuss the key properties that are necessary for an effective broad band photon harvesting system. For interested scientists who would love to read the scientific details -
http://arxiv.org/ftp/cond-mat/papers/0406/0406097.pdf

The scientists note further that they are exploring the possibilities of using bio-organic pigments (melanin) to …explore the possibilities of using bio-organic pigments with broad band light absorbing properties as the primary photon harvesting component. In this context, we will concentrate on a class of bio-macromolecules called the melanins, and will also highlight several other potential material. What will hopefully become clear during this discussion, is the need to understand the detailed photophysical and photochemical properties of these molecules, and how these properties relate to their chemical and electronic structure.
It is also important to note that we will not deal in this chapter with the concept of creating artificial photosynthetic membranes by immobilizing and assembling photofunctional molecules on various substrates – although this approach has the potential to create direct conversion photovoltaic devices.

Melanin, or skin pigment has a variety of properties, including lessening the toxic effect of heavy metals, protection against biological warfare attacks, and acting as a sunscreen.

In biological science melanin is known to possess a diverse set of roles and functions in a wide range of organisms. These include:

* Protection against biochemical attack: e.g. the smokeshield-like ink of the octopus, and the melanin-based protective colorings of bacteria and fungi which are capable of encapsulating and oxidizing invading organisms in a process known as melanization

* Mitigating chemical stresses associated with exposure to heavy metals and oxidizing agents.

* Acting as a natural sunscreen: shielding light-sensitive tissue from the potentially damaging effects of ultraviolet light.

This pigment has many bio-chemical advantages, including the ability to convert light into heat (energy). :
If melanin can convert light into heat, could it not also transform UV radiation into other biologically/metabolically useful forms of energy? This may no seem so far fetched when one considers that even gamma radiation, which is highly toxic to most forms of life, is a source of sustenance for certain types of fungi and bacteria.

There are few other links attached from the main article- http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2012/09/scientists-using-melanin-from-aborted-black-babies-to-create-solar-cells-are-living-blacks-next-2471442.html

Black people/Moors or MuurS/Asiatic People/People of the Sun (but not worshippers of it)/Muslims, I'm stressing with emphasis that you should READ READ READ AND ALWAYS READ. LOVE MATHEMATICS WITH ALL YOUR HEART AND MIND. FIND YOUR REAL HISTORY. QUIT THE CHURCH OR MOSQUE FOR THIS AND YOU WOULD FIND THE REAL CHURCH AND MOSQUE NOT FAR OFF ATALL.

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by Nobody: 7:05pm On Jun 05, 2015
Strange
Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 7:52pm On Jun 05, 2015
More uses of the beautiful Black skin that ignorance in darkness wants to shed and bleach away, which lead into my topic about "The HeLa Cells".

From the pronouciation of that word "HeLa", One would notice that it sounded just like "Healer" or "HeaLer", but claim is that the name is called from the patients from which the cells were discovered by the name- Henrietta Lacks.

About Henrietta Lacks- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrietta_Lacks

Cells (HeLa) from her cancerous tumor were used to create the first human immortal cell line for medical researches.

Uses of HeLa cells-
- Develop virology - field of biology study of viruses.
- Develop methods of freezing cells for storage
-Develop standardized methods of cultivating cells
- Develop the first vaccine for polio (the whites got it from us to laced it with some other poisonous germs and made profits from it giving them to our babies.) I hope those babies forgive us.
- Develop methods for accurately determining the number of chromosomes in cells (which is beneficial for cancer research)
- Used to study effects of radiation
- Used to study effects of deep sea pressure
- Used to test the safety of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals - replacing lab animals (does that strike something in your brains? they test their drugs in Africa directly on Us, it is direct and cheaper)
- Used in research on HIV, to help with the developing treatments for AIDS. Perhaps, Prof Abakaliki must have had the treatments, but our hatred of self wouldn't allow us see clearly.
- Used in studying the effect of salmonella and tuberculosis
- Used in research of what is causing aging
- Used to determine HPV (human papilloma virus)
- Used to help develop treatment for parkinson's disease, influenza, leukemia and hemophilia.
- Used for cloning
Amongst many other uses...
It was also used in the space program - HeLa was the first set of human cells launched by NASA into space and they discovered that HeLa cells divided even more quickly zero gravity.
Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 7:55pm On Jun 05, 2015
Yes, Your standing alone may worth over a planet's worth. Why? Though you were procreated here on earth by your immidiate parent and grandparents, You are a Star person. We are star people. except you believe that you evolved from green algaes.
ikenigel:
Strange
Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by Nobody: 9:05pm On Jun 05, 2015
gatiano:
Yes, Your standing alone may worth over a planet's worth. Why? Though you were procreated here on earth by your immidiate parent and grandparents, You are a Star person. We are star people. except you believe that you evolved from green algaes.
She'd more light on this brother. You seem to be enlightened.
Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 9:44pm On Jun 05, 2015
Nothing create You, You are self created, and you have been before the beginning of time. Infact, before the beginning of the universe, You created the universe, and everything inch of it is your real-estate.

Who is the Original Man?- The original man is the Asiatic Black man; the Maker; the Owner; the Cream of the planet Earth - God of the Universe.

For better knowledge of who we are, read this- https://www.nairaland.com/2163386/african-blackroots-science-religion-science
It is not long.

ikenigel:

She'd more light on this brother. You seem to be enlightened.

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 5:38pm On Jul 29, 2015
1 gram of Melanin= $362
1 gram of Gold =$35
1 gram of silver =$0.50
1 gram of platinum= $32
1 gram of palladium= $26


At $353 a gram melanin is worth more than silver, platinum, gold, paladium, and coltan. A gram of gold is $53. Melanin is worth $300 a gram more than gold. An ounce of gold is priced at $1,315 while an ounce of melanin is worth $10262. A pound of melanin is worth $160117.98 and a kilogram of melanin is worth $353,000. Three kilos of melanin is worth more than $1,000,000. -----(as of 2014)


[size=14pt]How much to you worth Blackman and Blackwoman? You produce melanin all days of your life. If you are determined to bleach it away, then get paid doing the stupidity. Most of the melanin are gotten from Blackwomen's aborted babies and placentas.[/size]

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 5:56pm On Jul 29, 2015
What is melanin?
1. Is not an element
2. Is the cause of pigmentation in people
3. provides many benefits to human beings. One of the most recognized benefits involves ultraviolet rays of the sun.
4. is also a mechanism for absorbing heat from the sun.
5. is Also important for sharpness of vision, melanin serves to minimalize the number of light beams that enter the eye.
6. is the chemical key to life itself!
7. is the major organizing molecule for living systems!
8. Is found everywhere! -in animals, plants (that’s why raisins are brown), soil, oceans, clouds even stars & comets!
9. is essentially linked to the DNA of the genes!
10. shows the potential to reproduce itself!
11. is the key biocrystalline molecule present in the human body is melanin
12. is A Super-conductor of the high frequency radiation and neural transmissions.
13. Is A semiconductor of sound and heat energy.
14. Is A Conductor of the body’s ionic charge
15. Is A resonator of visible light
16. IS CARBON

Beyond carbon, there are two other elements that are important to the structure of melanin: copper and sulfur.

Copper is incorporated into the melanin molecule through the amino acid tyrosine. Tyronsinase is an organometallic amino compound that is organized around carbon, nitrogen, and copper. This amino acid is:

the catalyst for melanin reproduction, and the amino compound that facilitates melanin’s ability to conduct many Electro-magnetic frequencies.

Sulfur is incorporated into the melanin molecule through the amino compound cysteine. Cysteine is an amino compound that is organized around sulfur, nitrogen, and carbon. This amino acid facilitates melanin’s heat and energy transference. In other words, it allows melanin to create or release heat as is needed for the body. cysteine also cleanses and purifies melanin by ‘burning off’ toxic elements that have been absorbed within melanin.

Melanin composition is C-H-O-N[Carbon-Hydrogen-Oxygen-Nitrogen]. CARBON is the largest component in that.

Melanin: Black. A pigment that is ubiquitous in nature.

Ubiquitous: Existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time omnipresent.

Omnipresence: The property of being present everywhere. According to Eastern theism God is present everywhere.

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 10:05pm On Aug 04, 2015
"Lord, what I wouldn't give for a drop of good old-fashioned Creole [enslaved blacks] blood". - Lestat de Lioncourt, Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles.

[b]We know that the Priest Class and their subordinate scientific groups have been spending countless hours in the graves of black people, studying the science of our DNA in laboratories across the globe. One of the greatest examples of this, is the case of Henrietta Lacks, a black woman, whose involuntary donation of cells from her cancerous tumor was used and cultivated as the HeLa cell line for medical research, becoming one of the most important tools in the history of science and medicine. Called the first "immortal" human cells, the HeLa cells, trillions upon trillions of them, have been used for scientific breakthroughs and cure for many diseases; the development of the polio vaccine; to unravel the secrets of cancer and many other viruses; the effects of the atom bomb and nuclear radiation; the flu and Parkinson's disease; advances in vitro fertilization; cloning, DNA manipulation and hybridization; gene mapping; and even for outer space. Because of the Van Allen radiation belt around the Earth, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) had to spray every space shuttles with her melanin prior to every venture into space. "The list of things we can do because of that is just incredible," said Rebecca Skloot, who wrote the book, "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks". Yet, Henrietta Lacks, who died nearly 60 years ago, remains virtually unknown, buried in an unmarked grave. "They never asked permission to take the cells, which was standard at the time," Skloot said. "They just took them". The thing of it is, is that her cells was not different or unique to that of any other black woman, it was just that hers was extensively isolated and documented. [/b]

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 10:11pm On Aug 04, 2015

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by bigfrancis21: 5:04am On Aug 05, 2015
Nice article Gatiano. Keep it up.

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 11:11am On Aug 06, 2015
Thankyou Brother!!!

bigfrancis21:
Nice article Gatiano. Keep it up.
Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by mhotep: 2:15pm On Nov 12, 2015
At present melanin is worth $373.50 a gram.

Curious how you can cite sources other than the ine which originated the value of melanin. You seem more interesred in perpetuating hoaxes mytgs and scams than awakening people to their true worth.

Are you afraid directing people to the source of you information about the value of melanin will and lead to a quantum shift in awareness perception and power resulting in the rebirth of African Civilization!?

http://keyamsha.com/2015/08/16/melanin-is-worth-373-50-a-gram-t-shirt/

Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by mhotep: 2:26pm On Nov 12, 2015
gatiano:
1 gram of Melanin= $362
1 gram of Gold =$35
1 gram of silver =$0.50
1 gram of platinum= $32
1 gram of palladium= $26


At $353 a gram melanin is worth more than silver, platinum, gold, paladium, and coltan. A gram of gold is $53. Melanin is worth $300 a gram more than gold. An ounce of gold is priced at $1,315 while an ounce of melanin is worth $10262. A pound of melanin is worth $160117.98 and a kilogram of melanin is worth $353,000. Three kilos of melanin is worth more than $1,000,000. -----(as of 2014)


[size=14pt]How much to you worth Blackman and Blackwoman? You produce melanin all days of your life. If you are determined to bleach it away, then get paid doing the stupidity. Most of the melanin are gotten from Blackwomen's aborted babies and placentas.[/size]

You can actually copy and paste from the source but not link to it? Be honest, what is the cause of your attempt to obfuscate the truth?


http://keyamsha.com/2014/06/28/melanin-is-worth-353-a-gram/

Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 2:59am On Dec 02, 2015
Thankyou for providing the full details. I have no ill intention of secluding some part of the information. I just posted what was needed at the time.

mhotep:
At present melanin is worth $373.50 a gram.

Curious how you can cite sources other than the ine which originated the value of melanin. You seem more interesred in perpetuating hoaxes mytgs and scams than awakening people to their true worth.

Are you afraid directing people to the source of you information about the value of melanin will and lead to a quantum shift in awareness perception and power resulting in the rebirth of African Civilization!?

http://keyamsha.com/2015/08/16/melanin-is-worth-373-50-a-gram-t-shirt/

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 8:35pm On Jan 07, 2016
Melanin is now worth $384.50 a gram As of 5th Jan 2016

This is the melanin value update for the new year. As of January 5, 2016, just three days after the mother of the melanin movement, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing ascended to ancestorhood, melanin is worth $384.50 a gram. In less than two years melanin has increased by $30. As we reiterated from the very beginning of this journey, melanin, the aromatic biopolymer and organic semiconductor that makes people black is important. It is important because it is valuable. This is a checkmate move for so-called “white” so-called “supremacy.” There is no means through which that delusional mental state can counter this fact. The value of melanin as a psychological healing mechanism is objectively defined by people who identify themselves as white. Therefore, they can not make any moves to counter the move which they themselves have made. They have essentially put themselves in check. All Black people, African people, at home and abroad need to is inform them that we know they are in check and repeat that to them.

http://keyamsha.com/2016/01/05/384-50-per-gram/

Please together as a people, Let us appeal to the black wicked people stealing another Black people and children, that there is a chance for bargaining.

The picture below is the cost from last year.

Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by gatiano(m): 9:38am On Sep 10, 2016
[b]Interestingly, scientists have made some startling discoveries that
further evidences the truth of these ancient peoples. In a research
project carried out recently at the Chernobyl nuclear reactor that
exploded some years ago, a robot was sent into this nuclear "plant"
where ironically, no life form is supposed to be found, let alone
thriving. However, to the utter amazement and embarrassment of the
concerned scientists, a thriving life form which actually feeds on the
supposingly harmful gamma radiation emanating from this reactor
was discovered, alive and intact. Secondly and even more startling is
the finding that, the discovered fungi life form uses melanin—a
chemical responsible for pigmentation in human skin cells and which
is found in greater abundance in people of color e.g. Africans—in the
same way that plants use chlorophyll. In other words, radiation is a
form and source of sustenance for life forms even given the worst of
conditions. Thus, if micro life forms such as fungi utilize melanin like
human beings to absorb radiation (solar radiation in the case ofhuman beings/early Igbo people) by way of using it as an active
chemical shield for transforming highly potent radiations (when
gamma ray lands on the melanin molecular shield, its chemistry is
transformed into life-sustenance energy), it will then appear that
when the ancient Igbos assert that they were fed with "divine food"
from the sky, indeed, they were right! As science clearly
demonstrates, the radiation-feeding fungus needs no "corporeal" food
source to survive and until its recent discovery, it has thrived
competently on this source of sustenance alone! Infact, researchers at
the Albeit Einstein College of Medicine (AEC) set out performing a
variety of tests using several different fungi, in a quest to determine
the nature and implications of this peculiar fungus trait. According to
Melville (2007):[/b]
[b]Two types [of fungus] – one that was induced to make melanin (Crytococcus
neoformans) and another that naturally contains it (Wangiella dermatitidis) – were
exposed to levels of ionizing radiation approximately 500 times higher than
background levels. Both of these melanin-containing species grew significantly faster
than when exposed to standard background radiation. Just as the pigment
chlorophyll converts sunlight into chemical energy that allows green plants to live
and grow, our research suggests that melanin can use a different portion of the
electromagnetic spectrum - ionizing radiation - to benefit the fungi containing
it...Investigating further, the researchers measured the electron spin resonance
signal after melanin was exposed to ionizing radiation and found that radiation
interacts with melanin to alter its electron structure...an essential step for capturing
radiation and converting it into a different form of energy to make food.
Interestingly, the melanin in fungi is no different chemically from the melanin in the
human skin, indicating that melanin is also a source of energy to skin cells. (p. 3-6;
emphasis mine)[/b]


[b]These recent findings are empirical affirmations of very ancient
knowledge embedded in some Dibia initiation rites and even some
now less observed early morning rituals of Igbo people. The ritual of
Itu-Oba-Anwu, for instance, which the Dibia candidate observes every
morning during the intense four days of his/her initiation rite is
practically a ritual of “bathing the body in the potent radiations of the
early morning sun” after the body has been wholly and extensivelysmeared with Nzu (white clay). The emphasis is to fully expose the
initiate’s outer and inner bodies to the resuscitating energy of the
early morning sun. The smeared Nzu heightens the purity of the
individual’s soul - serves as an aura cleanser, filtering the rays of the
sun into the melanin-rich skin cells, which in turn, merging with the
high spiritual energy and mystic sound vibrations generated by the
incantations of the officiating group of Ndi Dibia—instantaneously
transforms the absorbed rays from the sun, from ordinary photonic-
energy capsules into active, past-life-memory-gene-resuscitating-pods
(Oba-Tutelu-Nwa-Anwu i.e. mystic energy-potion that resuscitated the
child of the sun = being of cosmic consciousness).[/b]

Leopards of the Magical Dawn: Science and the Cosmological Foundations of Igbo Culture by Nze Chukwukadibia E. Nwafor

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Re: The Magnificent Black Skin's Worth. by Nobody: 9:47am On Sep 10, 2016
I've always suspected that the sun gives more than scientist admit. It has healing properties too (my suspicions)

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