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This was posted months ago, but missed. I believe it may have merit in the plot thickening around the GOM, terra forming, and cosmic events. Consider the bigger picture.

Thread: Corexit Biomass Propulsion?
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Link info on the glp page above is 404. A wiki link-thru:

""This deep biosphere is a very important discovery," says Rolf Pedersen of the University of Bergen, Norway. He points out that the reactions that produce oil and gas abiotically inside the crust could happen in the mantle, meaning life may be thriving deeper yet."

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BP sells Southern Africa fuel retail units
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London-based BP said it had agreed to sell its Southern African forecourt network to international commodities trader Trafigura for $296 million (£184 million) echoing a trend of big oil companies exiting fuel retail.



Why are they all exiting the fuel detail ????
Do they "know" something ????

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BP faces new fines over second Alaska spill
November 20, 2010


Oil giant BP 'failed to respond to alarms' and had suffered burst pipelines since 2001, Anchorage court toldBP is facing new fines in connection with its criminal conviction for a huge oil spill on ...

[link to www.buzztracker.com]


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In 2006, a corroded pipeline leaked 200,000 gallons of oil on to the tundra in the worst leak in the history of the North Slope. The company was sentenced to three years' probation and ordered to pay $20m (£12.5m) in criminal penalties and restitution.

The leak in 2009 occurred when a pipeline at the BP-operated Lisburne oil field burst, leaking nearly 46,000 gallons of crude and oily water near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

After roughly 165 days of low-temperature warnings, BP found ice in the pipe. Fifteen days later, operators discovered the rupture.

Investigators said BP operators had "failed to respond to the alarms and failed to investigate or troubleshoot the cause of the alarms" and argued that BP should have known better, as it had suffered a similar ruptures in other frozen pipelines as far back as 2001.




Goodnight all ...
see you again when the Dutch sun rises high again :)

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A few people have said that BP's involvement in the GoM disaster was planned. Planned by those that are aware of the bigger picture that is unfolding in our world. The company BP was chosen to be the fall guy, perhaps with assurances that they will not be allowed to be (properly) prosecuted or sent bankrupt.

This oil disaster was covered by the BP DWH problem simply to have a tangible explaination that the masses are able to digest and understand. A way of priming us to an ongoing issue.

I am wondering if Qantas, the company with the best safety record in the world, and one of the only truly proffitable airlines, is also being asked to take a hit for the industry, and as a cover for what will be eventuating with any flight based machinery? Planes wont fly right.

The cruise ship in the GoM will be the poster boy for shipping not going right?

I have nothing concrete to base this on, just a hunch.

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Notice how Synthia is hitting mainstream news more lately?


No. References please?
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Something from October this year. Check it out. Is any of the information provided incorrect?

"Synthetic Genomics

On June 13, 2007, BP made a long-term research and development deal and an undisclosed equity investment into a company named Synthetic Genomics Inc. based in Rockville, Maryland. Synthetic Genomics was co-founded by Dr. J. Craig Venter to commercialize genomic-driven technologies. (1) Genomics is the scientific study of the entire DNA sequence of an organism's genome. A genome is all the genetic information in the chromosomes of an organism, including its genes and DNA sequences.

BP/Synthetic Genomics recovered the DNA from subsurface hydrocarbon substrates (biological organisms in crude oil) and applied DNA “sequencing methods” to them. (1) What this means is that they took the DNA from underground crude oil reservoir microbial cells, such as bacteria or viruses, and cultured them in a lab to identify, isolate, and interpret their chemical and genetic properties. Additional “sequencing methods” beyond the initial identity and isolation stages were also carried out.

A central part of the deal between BP and Synthetic Genomics was to create biological transfer processes for crude oil that would lead to improved recovery rates. "
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Details here
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Another something:

"Craig Venter unveils "Synthetic life"

Craig Venter and team make a historic announcement: they've created the first fully functioning, reproducing cell controlled by synthetic DNA. He explains how they did it and why the achievement marks the beginning of a new era for science.
.....

First, there's his mission aboard the Sorcerer II, a 92-foot yacht, which, in 2006, finished its voyage around the globe to sample, catalouge and decode the genes of the ocean's unknown microorganisms. Quite a task, when you consider that there are tens of millions of microbes in a single drop of sea water. Then there's the J. Craig Venter Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to researching genomics and exploring its societal implications.

In 2005, Venter founded Synthetic Genomics, a private company with a provocative mission: to engineer new life forms. Its goal is to design, synthesize and assemble synthetic microorganisms that will produce alternative fuels, such as ethanol or hydrogen. He was on Time magzine's 2007 list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World."
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HOW THE GULF BLUE PLAGUE (BP) BEGAN

If the original intention was to disperse a nano engineered synthetic to deal with the oil disaster then one has to ponder, why was it designed with an antibiotic resistance if not needed to do something by intention beyond the scope of eating oil? Once you settle on any answer, you are left realizing that much of the original intent, before the mutation into what is currently in the gulf was to use synthia to increase profits while covertly contaminating the food chain and the human population that sustains itself on that food source. It this is true then the mutation could be outside the ability of the vaccine developed to do anything. If they already know this, they might try to sell a vaccine they already know wont work. Then can then of course inject you with anything if they play out that deception on the public


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Edit to add the bit that didn't post :-Mud

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What do current developments in the emerging field of synthetic biology means for ethics and public policy? Thomas H. Murray, President of The Hastings Center, delivers the Third Annual AAAS-Hitachi Lecture on Science & Society.


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Notice how Synthia is hitting mainstream news more lately?


No. References please?
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Here's a little msm:

"from:msnbc.com
Congress hears benefits of synthetic biology
Seeded By msnbc.com technology & science - Seeded on Thu May 27, 2010 8:44 PM EDT (msnbc.com)"
[link to technology-science.newsvine.com]


whoops:

"Home U.S. World Politics Business Sports Entertainment Health Tech & science

Controversial scientist tells lawmakers: ‘It is not life from scratch’

Text: We're sorry. The text content of this page is no longer available."
[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]
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Can Craig Venter be prosecuted for mass murder or manslaughter?


If a chef seeded all the Thanksgiving dinner turkey with samonella synthetic and millions died, is this the same? In the name of a scientific experiment.

Surely, Craig Venter can be prosecuted as a TERRORIST under The Patriot Act!

CRAIG VENTER, BIO-TERRORIST!!

CRAIG VENTER, BIO-TERRORIST!!

CRAIG VENTER, BIO-TERRORIST!!

CRAIG VENTER, BIO-TERRORIST!!
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A few people have said that BP's involvement in the GoM disaster was planned. Planned by those that are aware of the bigger picture that is unfolding in our world. The company BP was chosen to be the fall guy, perhaps with assurances that they will not be allowed to be (properly) prosecuted or sent bankrupt.

This oil disaster was covered by the BP DWH problem simply to have a tangible explaination that the masses are able to digest and understand. A way of priming us to an ongoing issue.

I am wondering if Qantas, the company with the best safety record in the world, and one of the only truly proffitable airlines, is also being asked to take a hit for the industry, and as a cover for what will be eventuating with any flight based machinery? Planes wont fly right.

The cruise ship in the GoM will be the poster boy for shipping not going right?

I have nothing concrete to base this on, just a hunch.
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Shouldn't the cruise ship have sunk in that case?
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Now we have a genetically altered mosquito......
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around!
[link to www.scidev.net]
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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around!
[link to www.scidev.net]
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Thats playing with fire, it all sounds so reasonable except for all the unknowns... :- Mud
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Earth approaching objects
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
Astroid : (2010 JW34) / 21st November 2010 / 0 day(s) / 0.0497 / 19.4 / 6.2 m - 14 m / 1.76 km/s / 6336 km/h

Orbit diagram: [link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]


Almost 19.5 ....
(actualy it is 19.48 -or 9-)
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Thanks Krispy, what a great site ! I never seen this one. Thanks for posting it here.

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What do current developments in the emerging field of synthetic biology means for ethics and public policy? Thomas H. Murray, President of The Hastings Center, delivers the Third Annual AAAS-Hitachi Lecture on Science & Society.


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Great lecture - thanks Mud. You will notice that Thomas sorta skipped over the current bioengineering going on in our atmosphere for the last decade. He could have also mentioned Synthia's appetite for anything carbon based.
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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around! [link to www.scidev.net]
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Much sooner than that even. Microbe, Eggs, Larve, Six and Eight Legged critters, and alas, winged ones. Soon to join the ranks of the Two and Four legged kind. All swimming, inching, crawling, and buzzing on their north bound quest into cooler and freezing climates, unaffected. So strange a behavior of such critters dont you think ? Think of them more like small troops of infantry, calvery, sea and airborne. Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz <swat>

Told you, skeeters uncommonly not in shortage right now in these here parts. Funny how there have been so few this year, which was unussual for them bastards. Now they are all over the place, bites all over for the past few days.
Dengue on the rise in miami.
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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around! [link to www.scidev.net]


Much sooner than that even. Microbe, Eggs, Larve, Six and Eight Legged critters, and alas, winged ones. Soon to join the ranks of the Two and Four legged kind. All swimming, inching, crawling, and buzzing on their north bound quest into cooler and freezing climates, unaffected. So strange a behavior of such critters dont you think ? Think of them more like small troops of infantry, calvery, sea and airborne. Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz <swat>

Told you, skeeters uncommonly not in shortage right now in these here parts. Funny how there have been so few this year, which was unussual for them bastards. Now they are all over the place, bites all over for the past few days.
Dengue on the rise in miami.
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Many of those little things do not last long here in the Frozen North ©. Up here there is a phenomenon the natives here call "Winter" or "The Coming of the White Glop." During the several month period this white glop covers the area and when everything is frozen hard as a brick, these little critters don't do very much. Except freeze.
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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around! [link to www.scidev.net]


Much sooner than that even. Microbe, Eggs, Larve, Six and Eight Legged critters, and alas, winged ones. Soon to join the ranks of the Two and Four legged kind. All swimming, inching, crawling, and buzzing on their north bound quest into cooler and freezing climates, unaffected. So strange a behavior of such critters dont you think ? Think of them more like small troops of infantry, calvery, sea and airborne. Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz <swat>

Told you, skeeters uncommonly not in shortage right now in these here parts. Funny how there have been so few this year, which was unussual for them bastards. Now they are all over the place, bites all over for the past few days.
Dengue on the rise in miami.

Many of those little things do not last long here in the Frozen North ©. Up here there is a phenomenon the natives here call "Winter" or "The Coming of the White Glop." During the several month period this white glop covers the area and when everything is frozen hard as a brick, these little critters don't do very much. Except freeze.
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Me thinks Woody means that this year the white gloop won't be a problem. Sort of like the extremophiles, that can live in freezing or boiling temps....Correct me if I'm wrong Woodster...
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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around! [link to www.scidev.net]


Much sooner than that even. Microbe, Eggs, Larve, Six and Eight Legged critters, and alas, winged ones. Soon to join the ranks of the Two and Four legged kind. All swimming, inching, crawling, and buzzing on their north bound quest into cooler and freezing climates, unaffected. So strange a behavior of such critters dont you think ? Think of them more like small troops of infantry, calvery, sea and airborne. Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz <swat>

Told you, skeeters uncommonly not in shortage right now in these here parts. Funny how there have been so few this year, which was unussual for them bastards. Now they are all over the place, bites all over for the past few days.
Dengue on the rise in miami.

Many of those little things do not last long here in the Frozen North ©. Up here there is a phenomenon the natives here call "Winter" or "The Coming of the White Glop." During the several month period this white glop covers the area and when everything is frozen hard as a brick, these little critters don't do very much. Except freeze.



Me thinks Woody means that this year the white gloop won't be a problem. Sort of like the extremophiles, that can live in freezing or boiling temps....Correct me if I'm wrong Woodster...
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From what I gather thus far, extremophile, would be mildly putting it. Engineered.

I do not miss those types of winters Hans, my man.
I grew up in them, and the blizzards we'd have every march that would drift up and bury our two story home. Missed school once for two weeks, when we were finally dug out.

Yeah, dont miss it at all !
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Here's a thread from Pg1-Rand Corporation is mentioned!

Thread: DULCE BASE SECURITY OFFICER THOMAS EDWIN CASTELLO SPEAKS OUT

DULCE BASE SECURITY OFFICER THOMAS EDWIN CASTELLO SPEAKS OUT

Source: Dulce Book

The following is a list of questions that were directed to former Dulce Base Security officer Thomas Edwin Castello approximately a year before his death [or disappearance]. They are followed by his responses:

QUESTION - When exactly was the [upper human-occupied level of the] Archuleta installation constructed?

ANSWER - I heard Dulce was started in 1937-38 by the Army engineers, enlarged over the years, most recent work was completed 1965-66 to connect tunnels to the Page [Arizona] Base, site of one of the older underground facilities. The four corners base is called PERICA. Most of the Native Americans [the Indians] living in that area are aware of that base, and could tell us about the underground life forms that frequently are spotted near those communities, Bigfoot, etc.

Q -- By what means was the [upper] installations constructed? Are you familiar with the alleged developments made by the Rand Corporation of a highly-efficient bore or mole machine capable of melting rock using nuclear powered wolfram-graphite tipped 'drill-cones'?

A -- According to several senior maintenance workers, part of it was blasted by nuclear devices in the sixties. There are sections, like the shuttle tunnels, that were formed by an advanced tunneling machine that leaves the tunnel walls smooth. The finished walls in those tubes resemble polished black glass.
Rest of article is at [link to halkinnaman.com]


The atomic mole, or nuclear powered tunneler of which I remember seeing pictures, was made by Bechtel Corporation, a global heavy construction outfit.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu


Phil Schneider worked on these tunnels .... this is his last recorded video before he was 'silenced' .... visual is not good quality on these videos, but audio is OK (watch all the parts)


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Encircling Russia, Targeting China, NATO'S True Role in US Grand Strategy

On November 19 and 20, NATO leaders meet in Lisbon for what is billed as a summit on “NATO’s Strategic Concept”. Among topics of discussion will be an array of scary “threats”, from cyberwar to climate change, as well as nice protective things like nuclear weapons and a high tech Maginot Line boondoggle supposed to stop enemy missiles in mid-air. The NATO leaders will be unable to avoid talking about the war in Afghanistan, that endless crusade that unites the civilized world against the elusive Old Man of the Mountain, Hassan i Sabah, eleventh century chief of the Assassins in his latest reincarnation as Osama bin Laden. There will no doubt be much talk of “our shared values”.

Most of what they will discuss is fiction with a price tag.

The one thing missing from the Strategic Concept summit agenda is a serious discussion of strategy.

This is partly because NATO as such has no strategy, and cannot have its own strategy. NATO is in reality an instrument of United States strategy. Its only operative Strategic Concept is the one put into practice by the United States. But even that is an elusive phantom. American leaders seem to prefer striking postures, “showing resolve”, to defining strategies.

One who does presume to define strategy is Zbigniew Brzezinski, godfather of the Afghan Mujahidin back when they could be used to destroy the Soviet Union. Brzezinski was not shy about bluntly stating the strategic objective of U.S. policy in his 1993 book The Grand Chessboard: “American primacy”. As for NATO, he described it as one of the institutions serving to perpetuate American hegemony, “making the United States a key participant even in intra-European affairs.” In its “global web of specialized institutions”, which of course includes NATO, the United States exercises power through “continuous bargaining, dialogue, diffusion, and quest for formal consensus, even though that power originates ultimately from a single source, namely, Washington, D.C.”

The description perfectly fits the Lisbon “Strategic Concept” conference. Last week, NATO’s Danish secretary general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, announced that “we are pretty close to a consensus”. And this consensus, according to the New York Times, “will probably follow President Barack Obama’s own formulation: to work toward a non-nuclear world while maintaining a nuclear deterrent”.

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G'day Mates.
Glad to see all here.

Bevvy,check your PM's
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Sorry, but just had to post this. We've had BeePee, BooPoo and many others, but today I came acros -

Butt Plug and just couldnt stop laughing.

I am pretty immature though I guess...... 1rof1
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Sorry, but just had to post this. We've had BeePee, BooPoo and many others, but today I came acros -

Butt Plug and just couldnt stop laughing.

I am pretty immature though I guess...... 1rof1
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You are a sad sad man, I love it!

Here are a few I like...

Bloodthirsty Parasites

Bringing Pestilence

Befouling Paradises

Bastardly Politics

Beach Polluters

and my fave....

Belligero Perpetuem .Latin = To wage war unbroken (on nature)

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Well that didn't take long did it?Synthia's big cousin flying around!
[link to www.scidev.net]
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* Quote article:
Unpublished results of the trials, showing that the GM male mosquitoes competed with wild males, were presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene annual meeting in the United States, last week (4 November).

The male GM mosquitoes mate with normal females to produce larvae that die unless the antibiotic tetracycline is present. In tetracycline's absence an enzyme accumulates to a toxic level, killing the larvae. The developers hope the strategy could be combined with other mosquito control methods to reduce transmission in dengue-prone areas.


>>> Is this a trail for a GM-human version-experiment ? Where the GM-injected/altered-MEN fertilise a normal woman and so the offspring will carry GM-genes or the offspring will die ....
I would really really not get any vaccination in the near future !!! Who knows what GM is in there and to what purpose it will serve ...
So they inject antibiotic tetracycline, to try to fight and eliminate the dengue fever in the mosquitoes ...
But there is a downfall to this, ...


TETRACYCLINE, quoting wiki:
Tetracycline inhibits cell growth by inhibiting translation. It binds to the 16S part of the 30S ribosomal subunit and prevents the amino-acyl tRNA from binding to the A site of the ribosome. The binding is reversible in nature.

Cells become resistant to tetracycline by at least three mechanisms: enzymatic inactivation of tetracycline, efflux, and ribosomal protection. Inactivation is the rarest type of resistance, where an acetyl group is added to the molecule, causing inactivation of the drug. In efflux, a resistance gene encodes a membrane protein that actively pumps tetracycline out of the cell. This is the mechanism of action of the tetracycline resistance gene on the artificial plasmid pBR322. In ribosomal protection, a resistance gene encodes a protein that can have several effects, depending on what gene is transferred. Six classes of ribosomal protection genes/proteins have been found, all with high sequence homology, suggesting a common evolutionary ancestor.

Possible mechanisms of action of these protective proteins include:
1.blocking tetracyclines from binding to the ribosome
2.binding to the ribosome and distorting the structure to still allow t-RNA binding while tetracycline is bound
3.binding to the ribosome and dislodging tetracycline.


>>> So they can inject you with this Tetracycline, saying it is for your protection and wellfare against whatever threat from insects. Then with the aditional second vaccination several weeks later, they COULD inject you with an acetyl group and causing inactivation of the drug !!!!


More on WIKI:
Tetracyclines are generally used in the treatment of infections of the respiratory tract, sinuses, middle ear, urinary tract, and intestines, and is used in the treatment of gonorrhoea, especially in patients allergic to &#946;-lactams and macrolides; however, their use for these indications is less popular than it once was due to widespread resistance development in the causative organisms. ... They may have a role in reducing the duration and severity of cholera, although drug-resistance is occurring,[9] and their effects on overall mortality is questioned.[10] ... Tetracycline derivatives are currently being investigated for the treatment of certain inflammatory disorders ...
Tetracyclines should be used with caution in those with liver impairment and may worsen renal failure (except doxycycline). They may increase muscle weakness in myasthenia gravis and exacerbate systemic lupus erythematosus. Antacids and milk reduce the absorption of tetracyclines.
The breakdown products of tetracyclines are toxic and can cause Fanconi Syndrome, a potentially fatal disease affecting proximal tubular function in the nephrons of the kidney.


Side-effects:
Side-effects from tetracyclines are not always common, but of particular note is possible photosensitive allergic reaction that increases the risk of sunburn under exposure to UV light from the sun or other sources. This may be of particular importance for those intending to take on vacations long-term doxycyline as a malaria prophylaxis.
They may cause stomach or bowel upsets, and, on rarely occasions, allergic reactions. Very rarely, severe headache and vision problems may be signs of dangerous secondary intracranial hypertension, also known as pseudotumor cerebri.
Tetracyclines are teratogens due to the likelihood of causing teeth discolouration in the fetus as they develop in infancy. For this same reason, tetracyclines are contraindicated for use in children under 8 years of age. They are, however, safe to use in the first 18 weeks of pregnancy.
Some patients taking tetracyclines require medical supervision because they can cause steatosis and hepatotoxicity.[14][15][16]


>>> See the dots ? get the picture ? ...


* Quote article:
Just over three million male mosquitoes were released in the Cayman Islands this year. Oxitec sent the GM eggs to the islands, which are a British overseas territory, and they were hatched and grown at the MRCU.

>>> hmmmmzzz.. BRITSH again !


* Quote article:
John Marshall, of Imperial College London, who has argued that the Cartagena Protocol needs overhauling to deal with the special demands of GM insects, said: "Because the mosquitoes aren't going to spread to other countries, it's a national issue. I think Oxitec has done everything they needed to do."

>>> Who does he think he is? And what does he think WE ARE ? No Morons/Morans !
Very Simple : A person goes to the Cayman Islands for vacation, and suddenly unaccidentaly on his way home there is a GM-osquitoes between his lugage/clothes in his suitcase. He comes home, unpacks and the Jack is out of the box !!!
What about hurricanes? They can spread eggs and GM-osquitoes to other islands etc ...


* Quote article:
The trial of the OX513A strain of the dengue-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito , developed by UK biotechnology company Oxitec

>>>>>>>>>> (X) 51A > means TECH from AREA 51 !!!!
(aco told us that)
So is this GM-mosquito also a manufactured tech from Area51 ????

Quoting krispy out of Chronicle-thread:
... remember the "cobalt is blue"-guy posting in Bezerk ?
with the words TOP, DEEP and a new craft X-51A that was launched ...
Here that info again:

- The X-51A Waverider is launched {what "wave" is it supposed to "ride"}
X-51 Waverider makes historic hypersonic flight
[link to www.af.mil]
snips:
...The flight is considered the first use of a practical hydrocarbon fueled scramjet in flight.
...We equate this leap in engine technology as equivalent to the post-World War II jump from propeller-driven aircraft to jet engines."
...Mr. Brink said he believes the X-51A program will provide knowledge required to develop the game changing technologies needed for future access to space and hypersonic weapon applications

Linked to :
Radical hypersonic glider vanishes above Pacific
[link to www.theregister.co.uk]
snip:
...Pentagon crazytech agency DARPA also has aspirations to use technologies from the HTV programme in airbreathing scramjet missiles or even re-usable manned aircraft. The parallel X-51 WaveRider scramjet project, intended to deliver hypersonic jet engines able to run on normal-ish hydrocrabon fuel rather than troublesome hydrogen, has been delayed into this year.
However some engineers involved with it think that the X-51 engine may - in addition to working at hypersonic speeds - be able to light up while still merely supersonic. This would open the door to future runway aircraft, which would operate subsonic and supersonic using ordinary turbojets and hypersonically on scramjets. The turbojets might form part of the scramjets, as in the case of the legendary SR-71 "Blackbird" turbo/ramjet spyplane of Cold War fame.
For now, though, last week's disappearance of the HTV-2 above the Pacific would seem to indicate that DARPA's hypersonics engineers may have pushed the envelope a little too hard in their quest for improved performance.

- Horizon DEEP explodes on the day X- 51A is launched
Official dates :
DWH : On April 20, 2010 a Transocean oil rig (Deep Water Horizon) leased by BP (British Petroleum) exploded killing eleven ...
X-51A : This was confiusing coz the official flight was the 27th ...
Thread: A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup ) (Page 11)


>>> What MORE is hidden that we are not supposed to SEE or KNOW ?


Quoting google-site:
OXITECH
Biotechnology company that provides a biological insect control solution using sterilization techniques. Profile of university spin-off, technology, ...
www.oxitec.com/

Products:
1-Pectinophora gossypiella (pink bollworm) OX1138
OX1138 contains a fluorescent marker called DsRed[1] that glows red when viewed under certain filters. Because it is integrated into the insects’ DNA, the red marker can always be detected, it won’t fade with age and it is inherited if offspring are produced. The DsRed marker can also be read with PCR techniques in the laboratory to provide a further tool for identifying the captured insect, and guaranteeing complete accuracy. The strain is otherwise identical to the strain used in the current SIT programme and is sterilized by irradiation in exactly the same way. This strain offers the advantage of completely reliable monitoring to existing sterile insect programmes. [link to www.oxitec.com]
( [1] DsRed is a protein licensed from Clontech, Inc : [link to www.clontech.com]



>>> just REPLACE the word INSECT WITH HUMAN !!! damned
Dots !!!!!
Will this RED MARKER be the future version of the YELLOW STAR of the YEWS in WW2 ??? ....
Bodyscanners at airports can be retrofitted/adjusted to detect certain MARKERS in the human body ...
That is the real reason why Obummer et al say these aparatus are NESCESARY !!!!


2- Aedes aegypti OX3604C
When mosquitoes are reared without the antidote, tetracycline, adult females cannot fly or mate. Flightless females in the wild cannot seek hosts or mates, take a blood meal or spread disease. They are likely to be rapidly eaten by predators so this trait is equivalent functionally to a lethal condition. ... The strain contains the DsRed marker which is clearly visible in larvae, a useful tool for quality control in production and effective monitoring in the field. OX3604C is available in a Mexican genetic background.

OX3604C has been developed in a consortium led by the University of California at Irvine, administered by FNIH on behalf of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges for Global Health Initiative. Other members include Cornell University, University and California at Davis and Colorado State University (CSU). Prof W. Black and M. Wise-Valdez at CSU have introgressed OX3604C into a Mexican Genetically Diverse Laboratory Strain (GDLS) background and evaluated it in indoor cage suppression trials. The Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP) in Mexico, another consortium member, has obtained a permit to import OX3604C into Mexico and will evaluate the strain in large scale outdoor cages in Chiapas in 2010.


>>> MEXICOOOOOOOOOOO - oooooh ....


3- Aedes aegypti OX513A
OX513A is a bisex RIDL strain. Males are released to mate with wild females ...
OX513A is available in Asian and Latin American genetic backgrounds.

Status
OX513A has regulatory approvals for import and contained testing in Brazil, Cayman Islands, France, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, USA and Vietnam. Contained trials have been completed in Malaysia.



>>> Completed in Malaysia ???
According the article link they were HALTED :
scratching

Quote article:
" Steinbrecher said that until a full, long-term environmental assessment of the Cayman trials has been carried out, the recently announced Malaysian trials of the same strain should not go ahead. "

>>> So WHO to believe ???? blink !!!!


* Quote article:
Kathy Jo Wetter, a researcher with the ETC Group (Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Cooperation), a Canada-based organisation that promotes the socially responsible development of technologies, said ETC was unaware of the release.

"Oxitec considers its trial 'successful' just days after the experiment has ended," she said. "But unintended impacts on the environment cannot be known, and Oxitec's unproven technology could make things worse in the long term. There is no possibility of recall if something goes wrong — who takes responsibility in that case?"
"Extreme techno-fixes require extreme precaution," she added.

Alphey (Luke Alphey, research director at Ox) said they are waiting for approval for the release of GM mosquitoes in Brazil, Panama and the United States.


>>> Clever woman !!!!


ARE THESE MOSQUITOES THE FIRST STEPS TO eventualy CONTROL and REDUCE HUMAN POPULATION ???

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Earth approaching objects
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Astroid : (2010 JW34) / 21st November 2010 / 0 day(s) / 0.0497 / 19.4 / 6.2 m - 14 m / 1.76 km/s / 6336 km/h

Orbit diagram: [link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]


Almost 19.5 ....
(actualy it is 19.48 -or 9-)



Thanks Krispy, what a great site ! I never seen this one. Thanks for posting it here.

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