1 Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) was not introduced by food prepared out of sheep.
2 Symptoms in cows with BSE.
3 Mass diseases affecting brain and immunosystem like BSE in other animals and in other areas.
3.1 Cows in Great Britain.
3.2 Cows in USA, Canada
3.3 Cows in Germany.
3.4 Sheep in Scotland, Germany, Australia, and USA
3.5 Elk and deers in zoos in USA, ready for export.
3.6 Elk in Sweden, deers in Austria.
3.7 Seals, wales, dolphins, seacrows.
3.8 Tropical animals in zoos in England, Germany, and USA affected by Spongiform Encephalopathy
3.9 Lions, tigers, leopards in zoos in USA and Western-Europe affected by
encephalopathies and retroviruses
3.10 Export from English zoos to African countries and the Persian Gulf area
4 Examples of artificially transmitted Spongiform Encephalopathies.
4.1 Scrapie of sheep
4.2 Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease/Kuru of human beings
5 BSE-agents cause also Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Gulf War Syndrome.
6 Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, Downer Cow Syndrome, Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, Scrapie,
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and AIDS are caused by exogenous and endogenous parts of retroviruses.
6.1 Retroviruses cause Spongiform Encephalopathies
6.2 Structures, indicative for retroviral infection, existing in all cases of Spongiform Encephalopathies
6.3 Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease connected with retroviral particles
6.4 Scrapie connected with retrovirus HIV
6.5 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome connected with retroviral particles and effects
6.6 Several types of retroviruses in respective mass-diseaes.
6.7 Identity of retroviral amino-acid sequences and amino-acid sequences of
messenger substances of animals and humans.
7 Campylobacter and Mycobacterium microbes transmit retroviruses HIV, HTLV-1, HTLV-2
7.1 Nature and transmission of Campylobacter
7.2 Suddenly in the stomach of humans
7.3 Distribution on the British island
7.4 Northern Ireland spared by Campylobacter and BSE.
7.5 Infectiousity of gut and of faeces points to carriers of BSE-agents.
7.6 Outbreaks, occurences of Campylobacter.
7.7 Harmless strains of Campylobacter spared from distribution in developing countries.
8 Campylobacteriosis followed by neurological disease Guillain-Barre Syndrome
9 Campylobacter/Guillain-Barre Syndrome connected with spread of HIV
9.1 Persons with HIV-infection had been infected by one rare strain of Campylobacter.
9.2 Increased rate of infection with Campylobacter among HIV-free homosexual men causes increased
rate of resistance against infection with Campylobacter among HIV-infected homosexual men.
Same effect among children in Zaire.
10 Export of agents of BSE, intended export of dementia.