Subject: RE: Getting down to business
From: Gary S. Gevisser [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Subject: Getting down to business
Devin - I just posted a message on the eraider.com website which you can access by clicking on below.
Suffice to say, I wrote it rather quickly without once reading it over let alone going through a spell check. Who knows whether the eraider boys will keep it up for long but I suspect they like the increased attention their website is getting in no small measure than thanks to yours truly.
With that said, I am available at a moment’s call to get down to business with your father. I am taking the liberty of copying once again a sampling of the world’s population are geared toward keeping NextraTerrestrial.com on track to be the number one website on the planet. No need to remind you who is included on that list.
All the best,
From: Gary S.
Subject: RE: Terrorism and water / PointSource Technologies... Perfect Storm III
Bruce, I think this Gregory Quist may be the general m
Moreover, what research are they talking about for it could be low flow toilets for all I know which reminds me that I probably need to be clearer on the www.sellnext.com website that my “travel companion” has yet to change over the toilets to accommodate a would-be buyer who might produce more than their fair share of crap.
With that shot across the bow, strikes to begin plaguing the entire universe, toilets to be kept clean at all times and to avoid “ring around the color” as well as shaky bar stools, don’t forget, however, Rincon has historically been one of the dissidents. My bottom line suggestion is to confirm the nature of the research being funded. “Weather” [sic] or not there is a conflict of interest will become self-evident.
With all that has been said, whether or not a conflict
exists in this particular instance is pale in comparison to the information I
shared with you regarding the rigging of the last gubernatorial elections here
It is important to appreciate that in order to control an
out of control fire often folks engage in a host of activities including
lighting backfires which often backfire, fiddlers to avoid at any cost. Not to
lecture but it is always helpful to get to know the source, mitigating the risk
of getting caught up in someone else’s
web, i.e. who knew what and when did they know it? Ipsofacto why I spent the
time with you allowing you to get to know me in my ever so peaceful habitat.
I am in the process right now of liquidating all things other than my art and a couple of selected properties in anticipation of the Perfect Storm that brews with each tick of the clock. I just received instructions not to forget to bring tea to the cabin. Right now I am awaiting a call back from two real estate agents who think my last remaining real property in this country is a bargain to be had which of course it is based on where things stand at this late hour. Tomorrow, assuming the deal goes through today, I may end up, however, looking like a genius. The cell-phone doesn’t work up in the mountains but since it is going on 7pm PST I am heading back out to Stonehenge for dinner with my “travel companion” who seems to be the only person able to keep me in check these days and of course she pays the bills unlike me who forgot to pay the cabin’s telephone bill although the kids probably think I did it on purpose. It is possible that their father might construe that but he should rather pay attention to how lucky he is than waste any more time listening to folks who tell him what he wants to hear.
PS - I am having trouble with my email system right now so
until I say otherwise can you please send your emails to both email@example.com as well Gevisser@pacbell.net. One other thing
which I thought I made you aware of when I told you that I consider anything
either of us had to say to one another not falling under the category of “confidential”
or “privileged” to mention little of my website database continuing
to be violated by folks who have no business looking at my “pdf”
files which is another way of saying, Please Don’t F… with me and of course
none of us honest with ourselves have anything to fear but fear itself and
never to fret like my “failed student” buddy
Everything remains on track including not being the slightest bit concerned with even washed out folks like Mr. King Golden Jnr, a very well-schooled “University of Virgin Law School” [sic] protégé has to say when he visits my travel companion’s ex-husband when crisscrossing the United States hoping that somehow I will lose track of him. Pictures tell a thousand words, “Those who lie, steal and cheat end up on the wrong side of the tracks especially those who let their formal education interfere with their learning.”
Tomorrow, hopefully, is another day. Stay tuned.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Subject: FW: Terrorism and water / PointSource Technologies
I notice that this Gregory Quist is on the board of directors for Rincon Water District and the San Diego County Water District. Some of his company's research was apparently funded by the Metropolitan Water District. Does that strike you as a conflict of interest?
How safe is our water from terrorists?
It's safe, but in these extraordinary times, it could be safer and there are vulnerabilities, according to Dr. Gregory Quist, President and Chief Operating Officer of PointSource Technologies in
"Generally, our water is safe, however, if a terrorist wanted to strike the distribution system, they probably could. Hospitals, schools, apartment building and large housing tracts are just some of the vulnerable and possible targets for a terrorist," says Dr. Quist, who has also help develop stealth technology and particle detection.
Whether it's waterborne pathogen, chemical, radiological or biological agent, most facilities have little protection against poisoning our water supply.
Long before the 9/11 terrorist attacks on
The Vigilent Microbiometer was used in
"The Vigilent Microbiometer is like a high-tech smoke detector," says Quist. It can tell you if water has been tampered, and it tells you almost instantly.
Currently, conventional water quality measurement products are people-driven. Someone tests the water samples, takes it to a laboratory and has results in hours or days; depending on what contaminants, they are testing for.
The Vigilent Microbiometer is a remote, autonomous system that can be used continuously on-site anywhere. The cost-effective self-contained and turnkey system can be monitored locally or placed on a network providing first alert local, regional, state or national notification.
Dr. Quist is available to discuss our water supply and terrorism either on background, or for a story.
Additional information is available at www.pointsourcetech.com.
About Dr. Quist:
Dr. Gregory Quist is President and Chief Operating Officer of PointSource Technologies in
He's also a Director of two water districts in
Dr. Quist (PhD in Physics from
PointSource Technologies Background
The Public Health Need for an Effective Monitoring System
· Current methods of detecting dangerous pathogens in drinking water are costly, labor intensive and incapable of providing adequate warning to public health officials.
· In fact, water-borne pathogens are often detected only after many people appear in local hospital emergency rooms when symptoms occur. Only following an investigation does the source and timing of the problem become clear.
· Monitoring is the least invasive and most efficient method to safeguard public health against water-borne pathogens. To achieve maximum public health benefit, monitoring must be done on a timely enough basis to allow authorities to warn the public, divert the water, or otherwise treat the water to a higher level than is normally done.
· Current monitoring methods, however, are generally incapable of spotting problems at their source, in the treatment plant, or in the distribution system because samples are taken occasionally, not continuously, and testing results are not available for many hours, sometimes days.
· The EPA is currently developing rules that will affect how water systems test for contaminants in water. It is essential that these new rules encourage continuous monitoring and real time results for testing of the water supply.
PointSource Technologies, LLC
· PointSource has developed a cost-efficient testing apparatus that will allow for continuous, real time monitoring of the water supply for the presence of dangerous pathogens.
· PointSource's technology has a number of advantages over conventional methods of protecting the water supply.
· The technology is real-time, continuous, and "in-situ" allowing authorities to respond quickly and effectively to a contamination of the drinking water supply.
· The technology, with the above attributes, focuses on preventing a crisis from occurring. Most competitive methods require personnel to periodically collect and then test samples of water, which increases the risk that authorities will not detect contaminants in time for a public health crisis to be avoided.
· The technology is accurate and flexible in detecting new contaminants and threats, and is easily deployable (the testing apparatus is the size of a soccer ball).
· The technology can be autonomous and remote, requiring no human intervention except for routine maintenance, and can be integrated into existing network alert systems. Information from the system can, therefore, be relayed to regional or federal sites on a continual basis for enforcement or monitoring purposes.
· If used in conjunction with treatment optimization, the technology allows authorities to more effectively achieve the important objectives, established under the Safe Drinking Act Reauthorization of 1996, of decreasing microbial contamination while at the same time decreasing the release of "disinfection by-products" (DBP).
· Under current methods, decreasing microbial contamination in water often requires more disinfection which, in turn, can lead to more DBPs in the water. PointSource's technology can help avoid this result by disinfecting at maximum levels only when microbial loading is above certain thresholds.
· The technology is cost-effective and, if used in conjunction with treatment optimization, can pay for itself within 18-24 months.
PointSource has already attracted significant support for its detection system. The Company received a research grant in 2000 in partnership with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the largest water district in the world, from the American Water Works Association Research Foundation for real-time continuous detection of Cryptosporidium, a well-known dangerous biological contaminant that poses a serious threats to human health. In addition, PointSource has developed a BioPrintTM library of various waterborne contaminants and other organisms such as Giardia, E. coli, and various types of algae.
· The PointSource system is in the prototype stage and has been tested continuously at a large water utility in southern California since in May 2002. It is important to note that the same technology used by PointSource has been used successfully by the U.S. military and private companies in other related applications since the 1980's.
Protecting Against Bio-Chemical and Terrorist Attacks
· PointSource's technology could also be adopted to detect biological agents in air, chemical agents in air, and chemical agents in water.
· The same PointSource system attributes discussed above in reference to detecting biological agents in water - real-time, continuous, "in-situ", cost-effective, easily deployable, remote and autonomous - apply equally to the other applications such as food protection and HVAC systems.
That bar-scene rendering is one of my prized possessions even though I have no
idea who the artist is. It was drawn by a guy who happened to be at a bar in
The following morning while seated around the swimming
pool Pypeetoe did his business #2
which he always does before eating a 3 course meal, rarely though does it go to
5. A cousin of Derrick’s informed us then of this
It is unlikely
Vicky would have been allowed much grace by db once he got her all figured out
as sporting as he is. db despite having produced two kids of his own still
remains more of a sportsman than me and I know for certain he can still add and
then sum. I am, however, catching up fast and all that one needs as proof is to
take a look at my
dog that is on track to be the first Italian Greyhound to compete in an
Iron Man competition assuming the Fish and Wildlife along with the Animal
Welfare folk approve. That last picture of SIG was taken more than 6 months ago
when our Super Italian
Greyhound was just a year. My “travel companion’s”
brother who is with the RCMP [Royal
By the way, I did take the liberty of introducing Ms. Schiff to a single bachelor friend of mine who has the CBS 60 Minutes connection without realizing at the time how much of a favor I did myself by not pushing that relationship which like every relationship I have pushed tends to go down the tubes, breaking glass to avoid at all cost. When surfing it is always best to do it alone. Soon though it will be time for serfers across the world to sit back, first to take not necessarily the most comfortable seat in the house, and relax as I turn up the heat on the most rapacious characters of our time.
How much liberty proponents of the First Amendment
like the ACLU are going to provide to me as I go about exposing the hypocrisy
in our country to begin with, is going to get interesting; never to forget the
trip I look with Mr.
Suffice to say, stay warm and dry and leave your guns at home securely locked out of the reach of the kids and those who don’t believe God is watching our every move.