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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]
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THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS

THE GREAT CIRCLE

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THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS

THE GREAT CIRCLE

[link to home.hiwaay.net]
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 1085829


Excellent! Thank you, Cosmos5491! The 19.5 degree parallels off of the Great Circle would be another fun, and I suspect productive plot. Can't help but think of the effect our drifting poles might have on the positioning of this great circle and subsequent grids. Veddy veddy interesting! Lotsa food for thought here.
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The salt has lost its savor. And the fish tastes like rubber.





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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]
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The atomic mole, or nuclear powered tunneler of which I remember seeing pictures, was made by Bechtel Corporation, a global heavy construction outfit.
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THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS

THE GREAT CIRCLE

[link to home.hiwaay.net]


Excellent! Thank you, Cosmos5491! The 19.5 degree parallels off of the Great Circle would be another fun, and I suspect productive plot. Can't help but think of the effect our drifting poles might have on the positioning of this great circle and subsequent grids. Veddy veddy interesting! Lotsa food for thought here.
 Quoting: TutuWuwu


A lot depends on whether you're talking a magnetic pole shift or a rotational pole shift.

Big difference and more than just mapping changes with a rotational pole shift. Shudder to even think. hiding
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THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS

THE GREAT CIRCLE

[link to home.hiwaay.net]
Quoting: Cosmos5491 1085829


Excellent! Thank you, Cosmos5491! The 19.5 degree parallels off of the Great Circle would be another fun, and I suspect productive plot. Can't help but think of the effect our drifting poles might have on the positioning of this great circle and subsequent grids. Veddy veddy interesting! Lotsa food for thought here.

You're very welcome.
Highlighted...absolutely.
While we're on the subject...has anyone got current positions for N/S magnetic poles?
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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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We are living in a mendocracy.

Rule by liars.



men·dac·i·ty

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1.
the quality of being mendacious; untruthfulness; tendency to lie.
2.
an instance of lying; falsehood.
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Not quit on-topic,
but also bio-engeneering ... (I bolded a frase)

New thread :

Huge clouds bleaching experiment is made public; Global coalition calls for ban geoengineering At the UN Thread: Huge clouds bleaching experiment is made public; Global coalition calls for ban geoengineering At the UN

Huge clouds bleaching experiment is made public;
Global coalition calls for ban geoengineering
At the UN, discusses the topic today for the first time in thirty years

While the London Times1 revealed this weekend that a group of scientists and
Engineers funded by billionaire Bill Gates plans to conduct an experiment
whitening clouds in an area of 10 square kilometers, over one hundred groups
civil society to demand the governments gathered to discuss biodiversity in Nairobi
to stop and risky geo-engineering experiments. (Geoengineering refers to
large-scale technological proposals to intentionally alter the planet's systems and
influence climate change
.)

[link to www.etcgroup.org]
 Quoting: danes1


Are they completely mad???
Why in heavens sake BLEACH CLOUDS ???? Whats the purpose of that ???
Or is it for something different?
Bleach to kill certain bacteria ??? And Fungi (molt) ??
Is that how they want to eliminate effects of Synthia ?

On this thread "molt" was discussed, there seems to be much more molt this year ...

Ooooh boy ..... what a mess ...

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Are there people here that live in the WEST of the USA ?
Watch out and take care, be safe.

snowman

freeze




>> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds
Thread: >> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

20 to 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

[link to www.ssd.noaa.gov]
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MzK, I suggested on Dunc's thread that Synthia nano may be small enough to be carried to clouds via water spouts etc, then on to higher levels in atmosphere.

The original Aco' note regarding planes not flying right was what sprang to mind, as well as the new pointers that commercial aircraft will be effected. (military escorts wont help)

If synthia does effect metals as DiggerDon (BeePee) shows in many of his vids, then the engines and skins of the planes may be what will cause them to 'not fly right'.

The high frequencies of the engines may also be an attractant to synthia.

My 'alternative' info' source says that planes will indeed be effected in the very near future, with more and more needing forced landings due to mechanical and instrumental issues. Not so much crashes, but forced landing and aborted take offs due to issues.

This was so vivid, that a flight I need to take in December is now under serious questioning. I have learned to trust those feelings and warnings.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Maybe it was posted already,
coz its older news ...
but I was wondering what this was about:


1. Biological Hazard - Other
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
Cause of event: Climate Change?
County / State: Pacific Ocean

26° 25.874 , 178° 56.719
[link to maps.google.nl]


There is a thread about those same longitude and latitude
OMFG!!!! THIS IS IT!! PACIFIC OCEAN TOXIC STEW!!!! OPEN OCEAN POISONOUS!!!
Thread: OMFG!!!! THIS IS IT!! PACIFIC OCEAN TOXIC STEW!!!! OPEN OCEAN POISONOUS!!!

THIS IS IT GUYS WAITING TO COME TO A SHORE NEAR YOU!!

THIS WILL SPREAD ACROSSTHE ENTIRE GLOBE!

The thing to notice is it is MAN MADE!! Scientists fighting CLIMATE CHANGE!!??

They have cited climate change as the cause??!!

Biological Hazard - Other
Event summary
EDIS Number BH-20101114-28526-OTH
Event type: Biological Hazard Date / time [UTC]: 14/11/2010 - 17:59:55
Country: Other Area: The area wasn't definied.
County / State: Pacific Ocean
City: -
Cause of event: Climate Change?
Log date [UTC]: 14/11/2010 - 17:59:55
Damage level:
Time left: -
Latitude: 26° 25.874 Longitude: 178° 56.719
Dead person(s): N/A
Injured person(s): N/A
Missing person(s): N/A
Infected person(s): N/A
Evacuated person(s): N/A


[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

Blooms of toxic algae can occur in the open ocean, a team led by UC Santa Cruz and Moss Landing Marine Lab scientists reported last week. Once thought to be a problem plaguing only the coast, causing fisheries closures and wildlife deaths, the research shows that open sea algae populations also occasionally bloom into toxic soup. The scientists found toxin-producing algae almost everywhere they looked within open regions of the Pacific. The scientists also detected domoic acid, the toxin that the algae produces. The toxicity exploded whenever iron was added to the water, producing a population boom. "They grew like a fury," said UCSC ocean scientist Mary Silver, who designed the research. "They are really responsive to iron." Algae blooms visible from the moon grew during previous studies fertilizing open ocean waters with iron. Kenneth Coale, director of the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, led these studies in 1995 and 2002. The toxicity of the blooms could not be confirmed until more sensitive measures were invented. Even up to 12 years later, algae toxin remained in the iron-enriched seawater samples Coale had in storage. "It was always a nagging, gut feeling about domoic acid," said Coale. "After teaming up with Mary Silver's group, that nagging suspicion was confirmed." Since the algae consume the carbon dioxide, Coale's research led to proposals to fertilize the ocean on a mass scale to stave off global warming. The discovery of the algae's toxicity throws a wrench into these plans. "We should use this as a caution," said Silver. "Using iron fertilization as a remedy for global warming would be dangerous." Domoic acid attacks the nervous system. During blooms, the algae that produces it become a dominant food for small fish and shellfish. Animals higher up in the food chain amass poisonous amounts of the toxin because the algae lodges in the guts of their prey. "With high algae levels, fish pick them up," said Silver. "With their stomachs loaded with cells, they can be quite toxic." Harmful algae blooms occur seasonally along California's coast, leading to a ban on shellfish harvesting between May and November to protect public health. In humans, the toxin attacks the brain, producing confusion, memory loss and hallucinations. Marine mammals with domoic acid poisoning rarely recover, according to Coale. "They can't forage; they can't migrate. They get lost and re-strand themselves," he said. "It's pretty much the end of the line for them."
 Quoting: jacqflash


I have put some frases in BLUE that are significant !!!
Didnt we read and post that in the COREXIT mixture for SYNTHIA Iron was used as a FERTILISER ????
Didnt we discused That HELIX algea farming company?
(There was a BP-screen with HELIX-BP on it :
[link to www.mijnalbum.nl] )
... "to stave off global warming" ... > yeah right !!!
(deep-freeze vs anti-freeze ?)


verry interresting post about chem??? trails in the oceanwater :

Check out these tubes/trails of algae... I wonder what would cause algae to form into a tube....or trail...damned



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1021115









2. Biological Hazard - North-America
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


Updates: [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


Situation Update No. 1
On 14.11.2010 at 09:37 GMT+2

San Francisco residents Saturday spotted tens of thousands of jellyfish that had washed up on the shores of Ocean Beach for no apparent reason. “There was a large swell overnight that may have been responsible,” National Park Service spokesman George Durgerian said. Durgerian was incredulous at the sight of the jellyfish. He said he’d only seen an incident like this once before. ... (snip)
Durgerian didn’t know why the jellyfish washed ashore between Friday and Saturday, but said a park service biologist would begin an investigation into the unusual event on Monday. He said there was no planned cleanup or rescue for the jellyfish. “By now the high tide has come in and they may be off the beach,” he said Saturday night.



Then the update 2 gives a "nothing to see, move on" report :


Situation Update No. 2
On 16.11.2010 at 09:02 GMT+2

More than 10,000 jellyfish, each about the size of a dinner plate, washed up on Ocean Beach, in San Francisco, last Friday, November 12. ... (snip)
Apparently this is nothing to be alarmed about. Jellyfish tend to congregate in groups, and tides, the wind, ocean swells and currents can combine to send the groups ashore. Jellyfish have been washing ashore around San Francisco Bay for at least 500 million years, said Mike McGill, a marine biologist at the Aquarium of the Bay.



scratching
If it is so normal,
why make a Biological Hazard warning of it ????

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Are there people here that live in the WEST of the USA ?
Watch out and take care, be safe.

snowman

freeze





>> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds
Thread: >> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

20 to 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

[link to www.ssd.noaa.gov]

 Quoting: Krispy71


Hi MzK! I'm on the NorCal coast. We've had frost here the last couple of nights and expect freezing temperatures tonight. Thunderstorms moved through earlier today,causing one power surge, and now the breeze is strong and steady with intermittent showers. Snow here is really rare. The wood stove is cookin'!
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MzK, I suggested on Dunc's thread that Synthia nano may be small enough to be carried to clouds via water spouts etc, then on to higher levels in atmosphere.

The original Aco' note regarding planes not flying right was what sprang to mind, as well as the new pointers that commercial aircraft will be effected. (military escorts wont help)

If synthia does effect metals as DiggerDon (BeePee) shows in many of his vids, then the engines and skins of the planes may be what will cause them to 'not fly right'.

The high frequencies of the engines may also be an attractant to synthia.

My 'alternative' info' source says that planes will indeed be effected in the very near future, with more and more needing forced landings due to mechanical and instrumental issues. Not so much crashes, but forced landing and aborted take offs due to issues.

This was so vivid, that a flight I need to take in December is now under serious questioning. I have learned to trust those feelings and warnings.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hi BHD,

Yes I saw that post of yours
but at that time it did not ring any bells in/with me.

Yes maybe SYNTHIA is in the clouds already, idk ...
I thought that the no-fly note was probably connected with methane-levels in the air ...
We also have a lot more ashes from volcano's in the air what is not good for engines of planes ...

Your remark on that high-frequency of the engines is not a bad one ... is sonic-drilling also high-F ?

It is logical that in the near future the planes (and other navigational transport vehicles) will endure difficulties and errors, coz with the comming enhancements of geological changes the ions that escape from the plates will cauze disturbances in the air that can pull down airplanes and make them crash. (sorry to use my own simple words)
Gravitational and magnetical changes locally and suddenly belong to the effects of the near future. This stands loose from Synthia or any other organism. This is natural.


hf
Please do follow your own muze and listen to that source ...
better be a bit more carefull when nothing happened to that flight, then regretting your choise during a crash or safety-landing ....
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We are living in a mendocracy.

Rule by liars.



men·dac·i·ty

&#8194; &#8194;–noun, plural

1.
the quality of being mendacious; untruthfulness; tendency to lie.
2.
an instance of lying; falsehood.
 Quoting: Ahim-sa


hillary
OH NOOOOOOOES!!!!
I live on the Mendocino Coast! Does that make me a liar?
hiding2
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Are there people here that live in the WEST of the USA ?
Watch out and take care, be safe.

snowman freeze

>> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds
Thread: >> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

20 to 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

[link to www.ssd.noaa.gov]



Hi MzK! I'm on the NorCal coast. We've had frost here the last couple of nights and expect freezing temperatures tonight. Thunderstorms moved through earlier today,causing one power surge, and now the breeze is strong and steady with intermittent showers. Snow here is really rare. The wood stove is cookin'!
 Quoting: TutuWuwu


Hey Tutu Tutu
(= Tutu W = tutu double you ....lol..)
lolsign

So really odd weather for you guys there ??
The freaking freezing snowshow is starting ...

I hope you all stay safe, and go to the stores or second-hand shops and buy real warm clothes for the next months.
And make sure you have wood to burn if electricity fails ...

I am holding my heart for Holland in a couple of weeks ...
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The salt has lost its savor. And the fish tastes like rubber.




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Another first-hand report from the Gulf.

For those who don't know, the "Crimson Tide" is the University of Alabama football team.

I shall not forget a post I saw on this board, early on after the rig blowout in April, that made this statement: "Rednecks should be allowed to eat lobster, shrimp and crab for free!"



Well, remember this: "All the g'damned British and other white-faced corporation rats responsible for this senseless disaster can die in agony and I will not flinch over their passing."
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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-)

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THE PREHISTORIC ALIGNMENT OF WORLD WONDERS

THE GREAT CIRCLE

[link to home.hiwaay.net]
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 1085829



Nice site! great toolkit :)
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Are there people here that live in the WEST of the USA ?
Watch out and take care, be safe.

snowman freeze

>> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds
Thread: >> GIANT snow storm getting dangerously close << 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

20 to 40 inches of snow plus 75mph winds

[link to www.ssd.noaa.gov]



Hi MzK! I'm on the NorCal coast. We've had frost here the last couple of nights and expect freezing temperatures tonight. Thunderstorms moved through earlier today,causing one power surge, and now the breeze is strong and steady with intermittent showers. Snow here is really rare. The wood stove is cookin'!


Hey Tutu Tutu
(= Tutu W = tutu double you ....lol..)
lolsign

So really odd weather for you guys there ??
The freaking freezing snowshow is starting ...

I hope you all stay safe, and go to the stores or second-hand shops and buy real warm clothes for the next months.
And make sure you have wood to burn if electricity fails ...

I am holding my heart for Holland in a couple of weeks ...
 Quoting: Krispy71


Well, let's just say that Winter has announced itself in the loudest voice. Less than a week ago it was 72 degrees here and sunny. We're all set with the warmies and foul weather gear...and plenty wood. Old salts usually stay prepared for just about anything. You enjoy your ice skating!
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MzK, I suggested on Dunc's thread that Synthia nano may be small enough to be carried to clouds via water spouts etc, then on to higher levels in atmosphere.

The original Aco' note regarding planes not flying right was what sprang to mind, as well as the new pointers that commercial aircraft will be effected. (military escorts wont help)

If synthia does effect metals as DiggerDon (BeePee) shows in many of his vids, then the engines and skins of the planes may be what will cause them to 'not fly right'.

The high frequencies of the engines may also be an attractant to synthia.

My 'alternative' info' source says that planes will indeed be effected in the very near future, with more and more needing forced landings due to mechanical and instrumental issues. Not so much crashes, but forced landing and aborted take offs due to issues.

This was so vivid, that a flight I need to take in December is now under serious questioning. I have learned to trust those feelings and warnings.
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Hey, BHD, I hope this is an international flight you a talking about. I have to fly Melb to Canb in 2 weeks for a wedding and my 8yo is not happy. His first words were, I'm not going, planes crash! Out of the mouths of babes!
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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."

[link to www.newscientist.com]
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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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Krispy71

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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 ...

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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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BadHairDay

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11/20/2010 09:05 PM

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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.

Last Edited by BadHairDay on 11/20/2010 09:09 PM
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11/20/2010 09:12 PM
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Notice how Synthia is hitting mainstream news more lately?


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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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11/20/2010 09:49 PM
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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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