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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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@RS-
I misunderstood what you were saying. Do you have a link that shows it was November 8, 2007? I searched and can't find one.

Cuz the missile in CA was fired on November 8, 2010

Thanks if you do :)

Hmmm, I cant find a link either. Article I linked to said the same day, which should be Nov 8th... interesting
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Yeah I couldn't find it anywhere. I think people are jumping to, or creating connections that aren't in fact sound. Or maybe just getting their days mixed up.

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Geez guys, giggle is our friend remember? Did yo try "Chinese sub USS Kittyhawk" ?

I did:



The uninvited guest: Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military chiefs red-faced

By MATTHEW HICKLEY

Last updated at 00:13 10 November 2007


When the U.S. Navy deploys a battle fleet on exercises, it takes the security of its aircraft carriers very seriously indeed.

At least a dozen warships provide a physical guard while the technical wizardry of the world's only military superpower offers an invisible shield to detect and deter any intruders.

That is the theory. Or, rather, was the theory.

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Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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So is this a re-do of an old news story or did the US Navy just not learn the first time?
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"Military Intelligence" is an oxymoron, Hans.

Will they ever learn?
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Geez guys, giggle is our friend remember? Did yo try "Chinese sub USS Kittyhawk" ?

I did:



The uninvited guest: Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military chiefs red-faced

By MATTHEW HICKLEY

Last updated at 00:13 10 November 2007


When the U.S. Navy deploys a battle fleet on exercises, it takes the security of its aircraft carriers very seriously indeed.

At least a dozen warships provide a physical guard while the technical wizardry of the world's only military superpower offers an invisible shield to detect and deter any intruders.

That is the theory. Or, rather, was the theory.

Scroll down for more ...


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Ahim-sa


OH GEM!
Maybe I am mis-writing things :)

Yes, I read that article two days ago, the article was dated November 10, 2007.
But some other thread (that RS linked to) was saying 2007 Chinese sub was the same day (not year) as missile launch November 8, 2010.

The 2007 article does not state on what day it occurred, nor could RS or I find any other article that stated the 2007 event occurred on November 8, 2007.

Therefore, I say it is unsound of poster to link the two together, unless he/she has a source that says the 2007 incident occurred on November 8, 2007.

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Geez guys, giggle is our friend remember? Did yo try "Chinese sub USS Kittyhawk" ?

I did:



The uninvited guest: Chinese sub pops up in middle of U.S. Navy exercise, leaving military chiefs red-faced

By MATTHEW HICKLEY

Last updated at 00:13 10 November 2007


When the U.S. Navy deploys a battle fleet on exercises, it takes the security of its aircraft carriers very seriously indeed.

At least a dozen warships provide a physical guard while the technical wizardry of the world's only military superpower offers an invisible shield to detect and deter any intruders.

That is the theory. Or, rather, was the theory.

Scroll down for more ...


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


OH GEM!
Maybe I am mis-writing things :)

Yes, I read that article two days ago, the article was dated November 10, 2007.
But some other thread (that RS linked to) was saying 2007 Chinese sub was the same day (not year) as missile launch November 8, 2010.

The 2007 article does not state on what day it occurred, nor could RS or I find any other article that stated the 2007 event occurred on November 8, 2007.

Therefore, I say it is unsound of poster to link the two together, unless he/she has a source that says the 2007 incident occurred on November 8, 2007.

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Well Sweetpea, here's a very good reason that the actual date of the embarrassing event is so elusive.

It's classified.

Capiche?

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Chinese Submarine was not the first on US coast



By Wayne Madsen:

The Pentagon, shown to have wasted billions of dollars on a useless ballistic missile defense system, is working overtime with the media and on the Internet to cover up the latest debacle. However, even some reporters who cover the Pentagon full-time are beginning to question the Pentagon’s version of events last Monday night over the skies west of Los Angeles.

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Krispy, off-topic but I followed a car home earlier this week whose license plate number was 071 MZK, couldn't help but think of you
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wow

smile

THAT is realllllly cool !!!!
IF I had a car then I would have liked that for my numberplate !!!

TNX !!!!

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Have a great day all, this gurl is gonna count the stars till the sun rises again ...


Goodnight, till 2mrow :)



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Have a great day all, this gurl is gonna count the stars till the sun rises again ...


Goodnight, till 2mrow :)



pilot
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Night MzK...rest well. Hope to see you back in tip top shape real soon!
hf
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Interesting info on bacteria

October 20, 2010

Slick Willy

Bacteria Working in the Shadows: Pseudomonas putida


[link to www.miller-mccune.com]

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October 20, 2010

Top Ten Bacteria Working in the Shadows

As Valerie Brown has shown, bacteria are indeed us. But while we know who we are, who are these microscopic allies (and enemies)?

[link to www.miller-mccune.com]

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November 6, 2010

America’s Hidden Diseases

Americans living in high poverty bear the burden of more than 20 common diseases that the medical establishment largely does not monitor, diagnose or treat, studies show.

[link to www.miller-mccune.com]
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Mud, I can't look at that. That's true horror for me, true confirmation that we're an irresponsible arrogant race that needs to be curbed for the good of all around us.

If a bunch of aliens / higher intelligences comes along and curbs us, we had it coming. Nobody can argue against the justice of that, the evidence is literally overwhelming.

Re the pop-up Chinese sub - wasn't that last year? Article makes it sound associated by time.


November 10, 2007 as I recall.

Actually, it was the same day
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Thanks for this note. Same day .... hmmmm....
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Interesting info on bacteria

October 20, 2010

[b]Slick Willy

Bacteria Working in the Shadows: Pseudomonas putida


[link to www.miller-mccune.com]

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October 20, 2010

Top Ten Bacteria Working in the Shadows

As Valerie Brown has shown, bacteria are indeed us. But while we know who we are, who are these microscopic allies (and enemies)?

[link to www.miller-mccune.com]

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 Quoting: bevvy


Oh Bevvy - Gurl, you be ON it. I thought everyone had slipped into a coma there for a few hours. So, I'm wondering if Slick Willy was the one who was GMOd into Synthia. This makes total sense to me. Great work Bevvy! Your thoughts?
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November 6, 2010

America’s Hidden Diseases

Americans living in high poverty bear the burden of more than 20 common diseases that the medical establishment largely does not monitor, diagnose or treat, studies show.

[link to www.miller-mccune.com]
 Quoting: bevvy


If Big Pharma can't make a killin' (pun intended) it doesn't exist - and neither does the treatment, because the market is poor. And, then they want to outlaw alternative and/or folk remedies, so the question remains - are they trying to kill us?
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Wanta have fun? try going through TSA with leg casts on. Whatchyez hidin' in there bwah? Goin' tuh Germany huh? yuh wunna them huh?
Makes me wonder if I want to go back.
Later
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I think they are fooling with a multitude of different bacteria.... sort of like microbe roulette. Many articles talk of oil eaters but never fully tell which specific ones are being manipulated. Here are some more...

This article is from August, and the samples were collected between may and june.

Newly-Discovered Species of Bacteria Claimed to be Breaking Down Oil in Deepwater Plumes in the Gulf
Good News for a Change, Or More Faulty Science?

by Washington's Blog

This discovery is especially important given that a leading expert on oil-eating microbes - Dr. David Valentine - failed to find any of the leading known oil-eating bacteria in the deepwater plumes.
Many well-known bacteria - such as Salmonella, Yersinia (plague), Vibrio (cholera), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (lung infections in hospitalised or cystic fibrosis patients) and E. coli (food poisoning), as well as a number of geothermic ocean vent dwellers which eat methane or hydrogen sulfide - are members of the Gammaproteobacteria class of microbes. The scientists found a BP oil-eating species within that broader class of bacteria.

The dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales family, particularly Oleispirea antarctica and Oceaniserpentilla haliotis.

[link to www.globalresearch.ca]
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Thanks, Mother Nature! Bacteria devour oil from Gulf of Mexico spill

july 2010

To understand the process, American microbiologists have isolated the bacteria which can degrade the oil. John Coates and his team from the Southern Illinois University showed that two strains (RCB and JJ) break down the benzene molecules, and even need the pollutants perchlorate or nitrate to digest them.

[link to www.bild.de]
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It is sw coast of South America.

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

(It's an arrow pointed right at it underwater)

set:

mouse cursor 43.56 s, 76.47 w

zoom in at scale on legend to 20 mi/50 km

This section of seabed of importance.

(you can measure entire length of arrow if you wish)
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I think they are fooling with a multitude of different bacteria.... sort of like microbe roulette. Many articles talk of oil eaters but never fully tell which specific ones are being manipulated. Here are some more...

This article is from August, and the samples were collected between may and june.

Newly-Discovered Species of Bacteria Claimed to be Breaking Down Oil in Deepwater Plumes in the Gulf
Good News for a Change, Or More Faulty Science?

by Washington's Blog

This discovery is especially important given that a leading expert on oil-eating microbes - Dr. David Valentine - failed to find any of the leading known oil-eating bacteria in the deepwater plumes.
Many well-known bacteria - such as Salmonella, Yersinia (plague), Vibrio (cholera), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (lung infections in hospitalised or cystic fibrosis patients) and E. coli (food poisoning), as well as a number of geothermic ocean vent dwellers which eat methane or hydrogen sulfide - are members of the Gammaproteobacteria class of microbes. The scientists found a BP oil-eating species within that broader class of bacteria.

The dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales family, particularly Oleispirea antarctica and Oceaniserpentilla haliotis.

[link to www.globalresearch.ca]
----------------------------------------------------------

Thanks, Mother Nature! Bacteria devour oil from Gulf of Mexico spill

july 2010

To understand the process, American microbiologists have isolated the bacteria which can degrade the oil. John Coates and his team from the Southern Illinois University showed that two strains (RCB and JJ) break down the benzene molecules, and even need the pollutants perchlorate or nitrate to digest them.

[link to www.bild.de]
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I think you are right on, Bevvy. We'll never know which one(s) they manipulated, but it looks to me like you found documentation that one of them was manipulated. GREAT FIND!
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Wanta have fun? try going through TSA with leg casts on. Whatchyez hidin' in there bwah? Goin' tuh Germany huh? yuh wunna them huh?
Makes me wonder if I want to go back.
Later
Hans
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Hell, Hans, I can get dressed up like a little ole lady on her way to the golf course, and they still pull me over for "special treatment". I just don't fly anymore, I'm so disgusted. Thank goodness for videoconferencing, or I'd never see my family.
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I think they are fooling with a multitude of different bacteria.... sort of like microbe roulette. Many articles talk of oil eaters but never fully tell which specific ones are being manipulated. Here are some more...

This article is from August, and the samples were collected between may and june.

Newly-Discovered Species of Bacteria Claimed to be Breaking Down Oil in Deepwater Plumes in the Gulf
Good News for a Change, Or More Faulty Science?

by Washington's Blog

This discovery is especially important given that a leading expert on oil-eating microbes - Dr. David Valentine - failed to find any of the leading known oil-eating bacteria in the deepwater plumes.
Many well-known bacteria - such as Salmonella, Yersinia (plague), Vibrio (cholera), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (lung infections in hospitalised or cystic fibrosis patients) and E. coli (food poisoning), as well as a number of geothermic ocean vent dwellers which eat methane or hydrogen sulfide - are members of the Gammaproteobacteria class of microbes. The scientists found a BP oil-eating species within that broader class of bacteria.

The dominant microbe in the oil plume is a new species, closely related to members of Oceanospirillales family, particularly Oleispirea antarctica and Oceaniserpentilla haliotis.

[link to www.globalresearch.ca]
----------------------------------------------------------

Thanks, Mother Nature! Bacteria devour oil from Gulf of Mexico spill

july 2010

To understand the process, American microbiologists have isolated the bacteria which can degrade the oil. John Coates and his team from the Southern Illinois University showed that two strains (RCB and JJ) break down the benzene molecules, and even need the pollutants perchlorate or nitrate to digest them.

[link to www.bild.de]
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I think you are right on, Bevvy. We'll never know which one(s) they manipulated, but it looks to me like you found documentation that one of them was manipulated. GREAT FIND!
 Quoting: TutuWuwu




Don't forget this, our first smoking gun.

Gulf of Mexico: Bio-engineered Bacteria Now Eating People

The BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance was centered on developing new micro-organisms with lab created genomes (synthetic DNA) to improve the outflow of gas and oil reservoirs. That alliance was publicly announced on June 13, 2007. As to what prior date the actual agreement was made is a corporate privacy matter.

However, less than two weeks before the public announcement, on May 31, 2007, US Patent application number 20070122826 was published claiming exclusive ownership of a set of essential genes and a synthetic "free-living organism that can grow and replicate" that is made using those genes. An international patent application at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO number WO2007047148, published April 27, 2007) names more than 100 countries where it may seek monopoly patents. (4)

The company that applied for the patents was the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), a non-profit company founded by genetic scientist J. Craig Venter who also founded Synthetic Genomics, BP’s business alliance partner. Both are based in Rockville, Maryland. By no mere coincidence, Synthetic Genomics Inc. sponsors (pays for) fundamental research at JCVI. (1) Since BP has a developmental and research deal as well as an undisclosed amount of equitable stock ownership with Synthetic Genomics, it’s obvious who’s paying for the synthetic genetic research and results at JCVI.
[link to indigenews.kisikew.org]

did anyone ever look up those patents?
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I know this is off topic:
Real Estate Listing:>Listing Zusammenfassung: €1600 pro Monat möbliertes Zimmer zur Miete in 1 Schlafzimmer 1 Bad Wohnung zur Miete in Landstuhl, Kaiserslautern, Rheinland-Pfalz, Gate 1/2/4, Downtown Landstuhl. Geschrieben von Immobilien Manager.

What it says... €1600 ($2320) furnished room for rent in 1 bedroom 1 bath Apartment for rent in Landstuhl, Rheinland.
This is for like a Futon in a dungeon.
I get fed up with USA sometimes but for decent housing it is pretty good.
I may just turn this into a 3 day vacation/family visit secure in the knowledge that I have helped make Lufthansa German Airlines even richer.
Greetings from Germany...Open 9-5 Monday thru Friday.
Sorry about the sidetrack, now back to your regularly scheduled topic.
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Wanta have fun? try going through TSA with leg casts on. Whatchyez hidin' in there bwah? Goin' tuh Germany huh? yuh wunna them huh?
Makes me wonder if I want to go back.
Later
Hans
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Well, Hans, you could always swim...uhhh, wait...just a sec..I wouldn't advise swimming with leg casts on...perhaps a cruise then..?? My last adventure flying was enough to convince me I didn't want to do it again, and that was 6 yrs ago..
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It is sw coast of South America.

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

(It's an arrow pointed right at it underwater)

set:

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zoom in at scale on legend to 20 mi/50 km

This section of seabed of importance.

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Night Folks.

If you get a chance, check it out. Catch up to ya'all later. Have a beer for me Hans, get well soon bro. Night Bev and Tutu.
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It is sw coast of South America.

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

(It's an arrow pointed right at it underwater)

set:

mouse cursor 43.56 s, 76.47 w

zoom in at scale on legend to 20 mi/50 km

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Tha's one long freakin' arrow, so what's in the big hole???

Care to elaborate? puuleese (she says in a sweet, sucky-upy voice)
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It is sw coast of South America.

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

(It's an arrow pointed right at it underwater)

set:

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zoom in at scale on legend to 20 mi/50 km

This section of seabed of importance.

(you can measure entire length of arrow if you wish)



Tha's one long freakin' arrow, so what's in the big hole???

Care to elaborate? puuleese (she says in a sweet, sucky-upy voice)
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All I know, is its something long lost, ancient, and needs excavated, point marks the spot and is in relation to where arrow line begins, and finally to where it ends.
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Wanta have fun? try going through TSA with leg casts on. Whatchyez hidin' in there bwah? Goin' tuh Germany huh? yuh wunna them huh?
Makes me wonder if I want to go back.
Later
Hans

Well, Hans, you could always swim...uhhh, wait...just a sec..I wouldn't advise swimming with leg casts on...perhaps a cruise then..?? My last adventure flying was enough to convince me I didn't want to do it again, and that was 6 yrs ago..
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Lufthansa is one of the better airlines I have been on but there is still TSA to deal with at Sea-Tac. I have been on flights (Aeroflot) where the pilots drank a bottle of vodka before takeoff. For decent housing in Europe Holland seems to be the hands down winner. In a couple of months when my checkbook recovers I may make Lufthansa richer and see what is available there. I know just from reading ads cost of living is high in Berlin and München.

<edit so it makes sense (still thinking in German)>
I see when I am in a major hotel, I got my USA flag back!

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About the Avatar: It is Die Wasserturm (The Watertower)in Mannheim Germany a local landmark.I used to make wishes on it as a kid. It seems to come through for me still.
Lieber ein Ende mit Schrecken, als Schrecken ohne Ende." Deutsche Sprichwort
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[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

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set:

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Night Folks.

If you get a chance, check it out. Catch up to ya'all later. Have a beer for me Hans, get well soon bro. Night Bev and Tutu.
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Sweet Dream, Woody!
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Hi Bevvy and others...

re the Bacteria, this reminds me very much of the novel by Greg Bear - 'Darwin's Radio', where he talks about how bacteria and change bring in a new species of human.

The Wiki summary is very good [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Our DNA is mostly made up of foreign bacteria and viruses, what had been pathogens that decided to hitch a ride with us.

Remember, any pathogen that kills it's host is a failure - how is it going to keep on living and surviving? All predators MUST work in with their prey, get into balance, so both survive.

And when we think, we have 46 chromosones, we need to look at other species and see how many they have - Chimps 48, Cow - 60, Dog - 78, Elephant - 56, Horse - 64, etc..
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

It sort of goes along with the theory that somewhere along the way, we've had some talken out and/or altered....

hf
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11/13/2010 02:19 AM
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Out there Hans ~ was that to keep the pilots blood flowing at high altitiude or to give them some 'Dutch' courage?

Nice arrow Woody ~ take someone a long time to draw that, with or without a bow... who's the 'Archer'?

Another vessel struck down by a 'complete loss of electrical power'... who pushes the button?

A mystery missile ~ no it's a plane ~ no it's a... (still not convinced but if Astronut's observations are valid it's on it's 69th orbit about now ... I'll poke my nose out later)... who pushed that button?

Obama's gone to great efforts but looks 'dejected', didn't make some headway? Couldn't borrow anything substantial? Got a lesson in 'Face' from our FE's in China? No prizes for who's button got 'pushed'.

Loved the one about us having DNA made from virii and bacteria ~ maybe we'll end up 'assimilating' the Synthia and self-replicating without a partner... new meaning to GFYS... more politely, great example of how any host consuming organism eat's itself to extinction... if there's some nasty bug in our oil/sea now, starvation and or suffocation would have to be the primary control method I'd have thought ~ sounds more convincing than an 'empirical calibrator' anyway... someone push my 'off' button...!

Cheers!

Last Edited by fellowearthling on 11/13/2010 02:20 AM
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