From: PeterB - Original on
On Nov 20, 8:25 pm, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 20, 5:36 pm, PeterB - Original <p...(a)mytrashmail.com> wrote:
>
> > On Nov 20, 3:48 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
>
> > >http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
>
> > > Scientific Link To Autism Identified
> > > Source: The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes LLC
> > > Article URL:http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
>
> > A modeling tool this accurate would completely revolutionize
> > epidemiology if it turns out to be true.  Our resident pharmnuts have
> > predictably attacked the article without knowing all the facts.
> > Thanks for posting this.
>
> Actually, the points I posted totally refute what the writer
> says.

Making a fool of yourself is not the same as making points.

Perhaps you should leaarn how to read:
>
> "It's absorbed well in the gut (it's a pretty basic and versatile
> amino acid), too. And the bottom line is, the nervous system is far,
> far more complicated than, "Hey! Here's a little extra glycine today!

Yes, and the article says exactly that. Here it is:

"The details of the disruptive process are somewhat complex and not
conducive for explanation in a press release...Through the application
of their model, it became apparent that autism is an outcome of
SEVERAL [emphasis mine] variables that, when the homeostatic
relationship of each one is disrupted, a "perfect storm" scenario
results in autism." So, glycine was said to be just ONE of SEVERAL
variables. As a suggestion, you might try reading the text of the
posts you are responding to and at least pretend to have a clue.

> Let's all go haywire and redo everything! Even though our bodies
> make tons of this stuff anyway! And we need it!" Just doesn't work
> that way."

From: PeterB - Original on
On Nov 20, 3:48 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
>
> http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
>
> Scientific Link To Autism Identified

I found this article so interesting that I wanted to keep it going
until we know more.


From: Jan Drew on
On Nov 20, 5:42�am, Mark Probert <mark.prob...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 20, 3:48�am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> >http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
>
> > Scientific Link To Autism Identified
>
> > 19 Nov 2009
>
> > During its research into the application of neuroscience in business, a New
> > Jersey based think tank, The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes�, LLC (The
> > Center) made an inadvertent and amazing discovery.
>
> > The Center examined the neuroscientific dynamics of logic and emotion in
> > decision making while researching neuroscience in business. They found
> > unique corollary relationships between various brain chemicals
> > (neurohormones, neurotransmitters, etc.). This apparent pattern led to a new
> > path of research for the team outside of business. By looking at extensive
> > scientific literature they discovered a cascade of hormones that emanate
> > from the brain (hypothalamus). This same pattern of correlations was again
> > apparent throughout the cascade. The group added a research biologist and
> > started to test the pattern on genes (proteins). It remained consistent.. The
> > Center then called upon advisors from chemistry and physics to see if the
> > pattern would apply in physical sciences.
>
> > To the amazement of the group, it became apparent that this pattern of
> > corollary relationships could be applied to scientific processes for
> > maintaining equilibrium (homeostatic relationships) throughout all of
> > science; from subatomic particles to chemistry as well as between biological
> > substances.
>
> > While the entire scientific community knows that homeostasis exists, this
> > tacit knowledge has not been converted into a step-by-step, replicable
> > model. The Center identified precisely such an explicit process.
>
> > Challenged by several of The Center's advisors, members of the team decided
> > to test the efficacy of the model to determine if the disruptions that cause
> > autism could be identified.
>
> > After careful review of countless scientific studies, meeting with several
> > renowned scientists to discuss their findings, and then applying the
> > modeling process to numerous hypotheses, The Center's Life Sciences group
> > was able to formulate a scientifically verifiable model for the highly
> > probable causal path of autism. Through the application of their model, it
> > became apparent that autism is an outcome of several variables that, when
> > the homeostatic relationship of each one is disrupted, a "perfect storm"
> > scenario results in autism. The application of the model identified several
> > of the variables that account for why boys have a 4 to 1 ratio of instances
> > over girls as well as why not every boy is affected.
>
> > While the scientific community will have to validate The Center's findings,
> > the model for assessing homeostatic relationships indicates the "trigger"
> > behind autism is an imbalance between a pair of amino acid
> > neurotransmitters; glutamate and glycine.
>
> > According to The Center's founder, William McFaul, a retired business person
> > and not a member of the scientific community, "Because of its universal
> > applicability, our Life Sciences group has already used the model as a tool
> > to identify highly probable causal paths for several illnesses and disease
> > entities. Autism was one of most difficult illnesses The Center had
> > attempted to analyze.
>
> > If it hadn't been for so many parents insisting that vaccines were
> > responsible for the condition, we might never have found the fact that the
> > stabilizer in MMR and a few other vaccines is hydrolyzed gelatin; a
> > substance that is approximately 21% glycine.
>
> > It appears that, based on readily verifiable science, the use of that form
> > of glycine triggers an imbalance between the amino acid neurotransmitters
> > responsible for the absorption rate of certain classes of cells throughout
> > the body.
>
> > It is that wide-spread disruption that apparently results in the systemic
> > problems that encompass the mind and the body characterized in today's
> > 'classic' autism."
>
> > He also added, "The use of our model indicates each of the disorders within
> > Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is attributable to different disruptions in
> > homeostasis. We look forward to sharing our findings relative to each
> > disorder with the scientific community."
>
> > According to Linda Oliver-Perrier, The Center's spokesperson for their Life
> > Sciences group, "The details of the disruptive process are somewhat complex
> > and not conducive for explanation in a press release.
>
> > McFaul added, "The Center is seeking to affiliate with academic centers to
> > provide its model for homeostasis to the scientific community for use as a
> > tool to enable researchers to identify root causes of illnesses and disease
> > entities. The Center is a think tank that creates models. We are not an
> > operating company with the resources to educate individuals or organizations
> > on the application of the models we create.
>
> > Source: The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes LLC
> > Article URL:http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
> > Main News Category: Autism
> > Also Appears In: Neurology / Neuroscience, Biology / Biochemistry,


From: Jan Drew on

> On Nov 20, 3:48 am, "john" <nos...(a)bt.com> wrote:

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php

Scientific Link To Autism Identified


19 Nov 2009


During its research into the application of neuroscience in business,
a New
Jersey based think tank, The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes�,
LLC (The
Center) made an inadvertent and amazing discovery.


The Center examined the neuroscientific dynamics of logic and emotion
in
decision making while researching neuroscience in business. They
found
unique corollary relationships between various brain chemicals
(neurohormones, neurotransmitters, etc.). This apparent pattern led to
a new
path of research for the team outside of business. By looking at
extensive
scientific literature they discovered a cascade of hormones that
emanate
from the brain (hypothalamus). This same pattern of correlations was
again
apparent throughout the cascade. The group added a research biologist
and
started to test the pattern on genes (proteins). It remained
consistent. The
Center then called upon advisors from chemistry and physics to see if
the
pattern would apply in physical sciences.


To the amazement of the group, it became apparent that this pattern
of
corollary relationships could be applied to scientific processes for
maintaining equilibrium (homeostatic relationships) throughout all of
science; from subatomic particles to chemistry as well as between
biological
substances.


While the entire scientific community knows that homeostasis exists,
this
tacit knowledge has not been converted into a step-by-step,
replicable
model. The Center identified precisely such an explicit process.


Challenged by several of The Center's advisors, members of the team
decided
to test the efficacy of the model to determine if the disruptions that
cause
autism could be identified.


After careful review of countless scientific studies, meeting with
several
renowned scientists to discuss their findings, and then applying the
modeling process to numerous hypotheses, The Center's Life Sciences
group
was able to formulate a scientifically verifiable model for the
highly
probable causal path of autism. Through the application of their
model, it
became apparent that autism is an outcome of several variables that,
when
the homeostatic relationship of each one is disrupted, a "perfect
storm"
scenario results in autism. The application of the model identified
several
of the variables that account for why boys have a 4 to 1 ratio of
instances
over girls as well as why not every boy is affected.


While the scientific community will have to validate The Center's
findings,
the model for assessing homeostatic relationships indicates the
"trigger"
behind autism is an imbalance between a pair of amino acid
neurotransmitters; glutamate and glycine.


According to The Center's founder, William McFaul, a retired business
person
and not a member of the scientific community, "Because of its
universal
applicability, our Life Sciences group has already used the model as a
tool
to identify highly probable causal paths for several illnesses and
disease
entities. Autism was one of most difficult illnesses The Center had
attempted to analyze.


If it hadn't been for so many parents insisting that vaccines were
responsible for the condition, we might never have found the fact that
the
stabilizer in MMR and a few other vaccines is hydrolyzed gelatin; a
substance that is approximately 21% glycine.


It appears that, based on readily verifiable science, the use of that
form
of glycine triggers an imbalance between the amino acid
neurotransmitters
responsible for the absorption rate of certain classes of cells
throughout
the body.


It is that wide-spread disruption that apparently results in the
systemic
problems that encompass the mind and the body characterized in
today's
'classic' autism."


He also added, "The use of our model indicates each of the disorders
within
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is attributable to different
disruptions in
homeostasis. We look forward to sharing our findings relative to each
disorder with the scientific community."


According to Linda Oliver-Perrier, The Center's spokesperson for their
Life
Sciences group, "The details of the disruptive process are somewhat
complex
and not conducive for explanation in a press release.


McFaul added, "The Center is seeking to affiliate with academic
centers to
provide its model for homeostasis to the scientific community for use
as a
tool to enable researchers to identify root causes of illnesses and
disease
entities. The Center is a think tank that creates models. We are not
an
operating company with the resources to educate individuals or
organizations
on the application of the models we create.


Source: The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes LLC
Article URL: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
Main News Category: Autism
Also Appears In: Neurology / Neuroscience, Biology / Biochemistry.



From: Jan Drew on
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php

Scientific Link To Autism Identified


19 Nov 2009


During its research into the application of neuroscience in business,
a New
Jersey based think tank, The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes�,
LLC (The
Center) made an inadvertent and amazing discovery.


The Center examined the neuroscientific dynamics of logic and emotion
in
decision making while researching neuroscience in business. They
found
unique corollary relationships between various brain chemicals
(neurohormones, neurotransmitters, etc.). This apparent pattern led to
a new
path of research for the team outside of business. By looking at
extensive
scientific literature they discovered a cascade of hormones that
emanate
from the brain (hypothalamus). This same pattern of correlations was
again
apparent throughout the cascade. The group added a research biologist
and
started to test the pattern on genes (proteins). It remained
consistent. The
Center then called upon advisors from chemistry and physics to see if
the
pattern would apply in physical sciences.


To the amazement of the group, it became apparent that this pattern
of
corollary relationships could be applied to scientific processes for
maintaining equilibrium (homeostatic relationships) throughout all of
science; from subatomic particles to chemistry as well as between
biological
substances.


While the entire scientific community knows that homeostasis exists,
this
tacit knowledge has not been converted into a step-by-step,
replicable
model. The Center identified precisely such an explicit process.


Challenged by several of The Center's advisors, members of the team
decided
to test the efficacy of the model to determine if the disruptions that
cause
autism could be identified.


After careful review of countless scientific studies, meeting with
several
renowned scientists to discuss their findings, and then applying the
modeling process to numerous hypotheses, The Center's Life Sciences
group
was able to formulate a scientifically verifiable model for the
highly
probable causal path of autism. Through the application of their
model, it
became apparent that autism is an outcome of several variables that,
when
the homeostatic relationship of each one is disrupted, a "perfect
storm"
scenario results in autism. The application of the model identified
several
of the variables that account for why boys have a 4 to 1 ratio of
instances
over girls as well as why not every boy is affected.


While the scientific community will have to validate The Center's
findings,
the model for assessing homeostatic relationships indicates the
"trigger"
behind autism is an imbalance between a pair of amino acid
neurotransmitters; glutamate and glycine.


According to The Center's founder, William McFaul, a retired business
person
and not a member of the scientific community, "Because of its
universal
applicability, our Life Sciences group has already used the model as a
tool
to identify highly probable causal paths for several illnesses and
disease
entities. Autism was one of most difficult illnesses The Center had
attempted to analyze.


If it hadn't been for so many parents insisting that vaccines were
responsible for the condition, we might never have found the fact that
the
stabilizer in MMR and a few other vaccines is hydrolyzed gelatin; a
substance that is approximately 21% glycine.


It appears that, based on readily verifiable science, the use of that
form
of glycine triggers an imbalance between the amino acid
neurotransmitters
responsible for the absorption rate of certain classes of cells
throughout
the body.


It is that wide-spread disruption that apparently results in the
systemic
problems that encompass the mind and the body characterized in
today's
'classic' autism."


He also added, "The use of our model indicates each of the disorders
within
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is attributable to different
disruptions in
homeostasis. We look forward to sharing our findings relative to each
disorder with the scientific community."


According to Linda Oliver-Perrier, The Center's spokesperson for their
Life
Sciences group, "The details of the disruptive process are somewhat
complex
and not conducive for explanation in a press release.


McFaul added, "The Center is seeking to affiliate with academic
centers to
provide its model for homeostasis to the scientific community for use
as a
tool to enable researchers to identify root causes of illnesses and
disease
entities. The Center is a think tank that creates models. We are not
an
operating company with the resources to educate individuals or
organizations
on the application of the models we create.


Source: The Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes LLC
Article URL: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/171457.php
Main News Category: Autism
Also Appears In: Neurology / Neuroscience, Biology / Biochemistry,