Gathering up some ‘sticks and stones’ from the last few days to make sure you guys in the back room have the latest intel. Make sure to scroll all the way through as we have added some items since posting this material.
De Worms bought Littlefield area that shows in the little map
See Normandy Hill Business Park (the cobbetthill; common satellite dishes and vmedia)
Pirbright Institute is in the top right. The phone icon is probably where the downlinks patch into the terrestrial the grid
Marconi and Wellcome
Marconi gives high-field MR to London neurologists for testing
June 7, 2000
Scanner will be the most powerful in Europe
Marconi Medical Systems has delivered a very high field, whole-body MR scanner to University College of London as part of a five-year research collaboration agreement. The device will help an advanced neurology team with neurological research and functional brain imaging.
The 4.7-tesla scanner is now at Marconi’s Farnham headquarters, 20 miles south of London, while a room shielded with 230 tons of iron to protect people from the scanner’s strong magnetic force is being built on the UCL campus. Marconi will deliver the scanner in December to the Queen’s Square location of UCL’s Wellcome High-Field MR Research Lab in central London. The lab is a major center of neurological research in Britain.
Testing the 4.7-tesla scanner is giving Marconi valuable lessons about its 3-tesla scanner, the Orion, said Dr. Linda Eastwood, program manager for Marconi’s very high field MR business. The Orion is still in the development stage and has not yet been submitted to the FDA for 510(k) clearance, but Marconi has plans to place the scanner in several centers in Europe and the U.S. in the first half of next year, Eastwood said.
Marconi set itself the goal of making a 3-tesla scanner when it acquired the VHF whole-body imaging team of Surrey Medical Imaging Systems (SCAN 12/15/99). That company has since gone into receivership, Eastwood said, so Marconi has taken over the contract with UCL for the research collaboration.
Most of the lessons Marconi engineers are learning from the 4.7-tesla scanner concern stability. The higher the field a scanner employs, the more difficult it is to keep the system stable. High-field MRI systems of 1.5 tesla or greater are generally assigned to research rather than clinical use in Europe, while clinical systems are more common in the U.S., Eastwood said. However, Europe maybe catching up with its American counterparts in this area.
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June 7, 2000
“I think that is coming, but it is a little too early to tell right now,” she said. About 360 MR systems worth roughly $340 million were shipped to European customers in 1997 from a variety of manufacturers. Approximately 20% of the biomedical research in Britain is done at the University College of London, according to Roger Ordidge of the department of medical physics at UCL. He said the whole-body 4.7-tesla scanner is the highest field scanner in all of Europe. Ordidge is leading the University College of London team in its work with the new scanner.
“One of the things you can look at is the functional activation of the brain. We have already found the higher field has a much larger signal than low-field machines provide,” Ordidge said.
Eastwood said Marconi has no current plans to market the 4.7-tesla scanner. “There is always a possibility, but no more than that,” she said. Cambridge, Oxford, and Nottingham Universities all have 3-tesla MR scanners for research purposes, Ordidge said. GE Medical Systems and Philips are working with U.S. universities on research projects with their imaging equipment as well.
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June 7, 2000
Last month, GE Medical Systems and Ohio State University announced they will collaborate to develop an institute where researchers on OSU’s Columbus campus can address imaging issues that cross several medical specialties, including cardiology, radiology, oncology, and surgery.
GE and OSU signed a master agreement in early April establishing the terms for technology licensing and research, as well as for the acquisition of GE imaging equipment by the university (SCAN 5/10/00).
Last July, Philips Medical Systems announced it would partner with the radiology department at the University of California, San Francisco to explore the emerging field of MR-guided endovascular work for cardiac, neurological, and whole-body applications.
UCSF has signed a letter of intent to purchase Philips’ top-end MR system, the 1.5-tesla Gyroscan ACS-NT. The ACS-NT is modified for interventional MR work. Included in the letter of intent is the Integris V5000, Philips’ top-end vascular x-ray system. The systems will be installed in adjacent rooms that can turn into one interventional MR and vascular x-ray suite. As part of the agreement, a Philips Tomoscan portable CT system will also be installed in UCSF’s intensive care unit. It can potentially be used for surgery at the hospital.
Director of the largest foundation in the British Empire
Dr Jeremy Farrar, OBE (2005)
A world-renowned clinical scientist and leading figure in the field of infectious disease, Dr. Jeremy Farrar has been Director of the Wellcome Trust since 2013. Wellcome is an independent foundation with a $33 billion investment portfolio that offers grants across biomedical science, population health, medical innovation, humanities and social science, and public engagement. It supports the work of over 14,000 researchers in about 100 countries.
Headshot of Dr. Jeremy Farrar. Photo courtesy of Wellcome Trust
Previously, for 18 years Farrar was Director of the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit in Vietnam, which is supported by Wellcome. His research interests were infectious diseases, tropical health and emerging infections.
Farrar recently received the 2019 Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Humanitarian Award from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. View his acceptance speech . He was named 12th in Fortune’s list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders in 2015. His other awards include the Order of the British Empire in 2005 for services to tropical medicine, as well as the Memorial Medal and the Ho Chi Minh City Medal by the Government of Vietnam. He is a Fellow of both the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Royal Society.
About the Barmes Lecture
The David E. Barmes Global Health Lecture series honors the late David Edward Barmes, special expert for international health at the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR).
Prior to joining NIDCR, Dr. Barmes, a public health dentist and epidemiologist by training, served in senior management positions related to oral health, health promotion, and noncommunicable diseases at the World Health Organization in Geneva. The lecture series was established by the NIDCR and Fogarty in 2001 to honor his lifelong dedication to research aimed at improving health for those in low-income countries.
Past Barmes Lectures
- Videocasts of all past Barmes Lectures (2001 – 2016) from the NIH Videocasting site.
- Dr. Paul Farmer: Humanitarian Paul Farmer discusses global health equity
- Jan / Feb 2017 Global Health Matters
- Dr. Agnes Binagwaho: Rwandan Minister of Health discusses country’s health advances
- September / October 2015 Global Health Matters
- Bill Gates: Bill Gates celebrates research collaborations with NIH
- January / February 2014 Global Health Matters
- Sir Mark Walport: Genomics is transforming infectious disease studies
- January / February 2013 Global Health Matters
- Ambassador Eric Goosby: NIH research essential to global AIDS relief efforts
- January / February 2012 Global Health Matters
- Dr. Rajiv Shah: USAID’s Shah says science key to global health gains
- January / February 2011 Global Health Matters
- Dr. Julio Frenk: Renewed global collaboration on health needed
- January / February 2010 Global Health Matters
- Dr. Harold Varmus: Health should be pillar of foreign policy
November / December 2008 Global Health Matters
Updated August 6, 2019
They were out front. Lord Pirbright is indexed here.
Israel: The Jewish Magazine. 1897, Volume 1 (London)
The House of Rothschild: Volume 2: The World’s Banker: 1849-1999
By Niall Ferguson
Henry Wellcome was American as was Silas Burroughs https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silas_M._Burroughs_(pharmacist) (Burroughs became a British citizen in 1890 and died in 1895 at age 48. Wellcome became a British citizen in 1910)
Hmmmmm. Arkancided? 1895 was the year Lord Pirbright Henry de Worms took his 350,000 UKP inheritance from George Samuel and bought up all the Surrey land around Pirbright that now houses the British Army, Cobbett Hill Earth Station, and Pirbright (Wellcome) Institute?
On the Cobbett Hill Earth Station
De Worms was MP for the Board of Trade (thus oversaw all patent filings by Nicholi Tesla in the 1880s and early 1890’s – AND the bogus claims of Marconi who was working with HIS GOVERNMENT)
His 1895 land purchases in Surrey may have been to house both the Wellcome pharma vaccines strategy (used a few years later in the 2nd Boer War), then in the Spanish flu “outbreak” as well (?) as a global listening post for the stolen Tesla technologies for studies in mind control and its potential for delivery of deadly pathogens.
We see the deed where de Worms bought Littlefield (and all the other village areas around Pirbright), FYI, in 1895.
Henley Park is where Lord Pirbright died in 1903
See various antennae
This is that baseball park shaped field (marked in yellow)
Henley Park is where Lord Pirbright died.
… Stanford Brook downstream from The Pirbright Institute and creates a perimeter including a “Danger Area”
Note this view not counting the dishes on Cobbett Hill Road
The numbers on the map are the number of photos submitted from that location by contributors (crowd sourced mapping)
Proximity is telling TAVISTOCK + WELLCOME
Proves Harry Wellcome was “intimate” with Sir Henry M. Stanley, Stanley was heavily sponsored by Henry de Worms 1st Lord Pirbright
Yep…the British “elite” scumbags are behind all this vaccination-genocide stuff – since way back in the 1900s. From Burroughs Wellcome, Cecil Rhodes, and Pirbright… to Henry Kissinger, Bill & Melinda Gates. They are responsible for millions of murders from their wee little British Imperialist death boxes to their patented coronavirus. They are responsible for Tavistock mind control, indoctrination, and propaganda. And don’t forget that ALL modern wars were used to fill their elite coffers with blood money from our sons, daughters, mothers, and fathers.
Henry Kissinger…you ask? Wait until you see what the AFI miners are pulling up on this globalist, CFR, China-loving creepy scumbag.
Patriots, our enemy is not coming from some far away galaxy in some kind of mind-blowing space ship. That’s what they want you to think as they literally rape and pillage Earth and humanity. They’ve been with us all along, hiding in the shadows of propaganda and war mongering.
Patriots, around the world, here is the ENEMY of PLANET EARTH.
QINETIQ Group Plc, on The Pirbright Institute property, or vice versa
Sir David Lees (QINETIX director who came on with GEORGE TENET, has been the Chairman of Court (of the Bank of England) since 1 June 2009. He has previously held a variety of roles, including Deputy Chairman of QinetiQ Group plc (2005-2012), Chairman of Tate and Lyle (1998-2009), Deputy Chairman of Brambles Industries (2001-2006), non-executive Director and then Chairman of Courtaulds plc (1991-1998), Chief Executive and Chairman of GKN plc (1988-1996 and 1988-2004 respectively), non-executive Director of the Bank of England (1991-1999), and Chairman of the CBI Economic Affairs Committee (1988-1994). He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1962. He was appointed a Knight Bachelor in The Queen’s Birthday Honours List in 1991 and a Deputy Lieutenant of Shropshire in 2007.
Carlyle owned stock