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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]
 Quoting: childoflight


* 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 ? ...


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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 !


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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
[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-)



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

Wood
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YW woodster hf
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Quoting:Krispy

Mmmm I keep getting this feeling.
Think we have to focus on not "allowing" any of this stuff to affect us...spirit is far superior to anything material. (like the guy who was given so much heroin it would of keeled over an elephant, but he just smiled compassionatly at his captors completely unaffected..he didn't allow it to affect him...must of freaked the captors somewhat...I'll see if I can find the article)
As you say, stay away from all vaccines, be aware that chips come free with these now. They still need to vaccinate/chip us all otherwise they wouldn't be expemding large resourses creating situations where they have an excuse to vaccinate.
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Are there any linking DOTS between :
Craig Venter and Clontech ???
(Clonetech is linked with Oxitech)

YESSSSS !


Google-search : [link to www.google.nl]


Some interresting eye-catchers are:

PLoS Biology: Proteorhodopsin Phototrophy Promotes Survival of ... - by L Gómez-Consarnau
2 may 2010 - Whole-genome sequencing of AND4 was carried out by the J. Craig Venter Institute ... and the supernatant was bound in batch mode to TALON resin (Clontech) ...
www.plosbiology.org/article/info.../journal.pbio.1000358

About Cholera:
Chloroplast-derived vaccine antigens confer dual immunity against ... - by A Davoodi-Semiromi - 2010
1 feb 2010 - ... chromatography using the TALON Superflow Metal Affinity Resin (Clontech) ...... Rutherford K, Salzberg SL, Craig A, Kyes S, Chan MS, Nene V, Shallom SJ, ... Subramanian GM, Mungall C, Venter JC, Carucci DJ, Hoffman SL, Newbold C, ...
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2807910/

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ARE THESE MOSQUITOES THE FIRST STEPS TO eventualy CONTROL and REDUCE HUMAN POPULATION ???
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Mmmm I keep getting this feeling.
Think we have to focus on not "allowing" any of this stuff to affect us...spirit is far superior to anything material. (like the guy who was given so much heroin it would of keeled over an elephant, but he just smiled compassionatly at his captors completely unaffected..he didn't allow it to affect him...must of freaked the captors somewhat...I'll see if I can find the article)
As you say, stay away from all vaccines, be aware that chips come free with these now. They still need to vaccinate/chip us all otherwise they wouldn't be expemding large resourses creating situations where they have an excuse to vaccinate.
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Yes Cosmos,
we can neutralise a lot of stuff our own, if we know how and dare to believe and have faith in our own capabilities.
That last laks huge amongst the populace ...
So a huge part of people could not do this, they are just not strong enough :(
We have been made weak, or made to think we are weak.

The more we dig the bigger the networks of these evil brains and consorts are lightening up.
Like said before : This is a huge multitheater orchestrated plan !!!!


Looking foreward to your linky :)
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to work toward a non-nuclear world while maintaining a nuclear deterrent”.


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Oxymoronism at its Orwellian best.

Or as we hippies were wont to say in our day......fighting for peace is like fucking for chastity.
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1. HAZMAT - North-America
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

>>> Very strange, the coords give a place near a lake in CHINA instead Barstow USA ...
[link to maps.google.nl]



Google-search for "hazmat in Barstow"
gives following:

Governor declares emergency over Barstow water
Associated Press - November 21, 2010 6:04 AM ET

BARSTOW, Calif. (AP) - Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has declared a state of emergency in Barstow, where excessive levels of a chemical found in rocket fuel has left the water supply contaminated.

The governor issued the declaration Saturday afternoon, saying more than 40,000 customers of Golden State Water Company are without their normal safe drinking water supply, and many businesses including hotels and restaurants have been forced to close.

The declaration releases state resources otherwise unavailable to the city.

The company says it learned Thursday that water samples showed levels of perchlorate (pur-KLOR'-ayt) above the maximum contaminant level of 6 parts per billion.

Perchlorate has been shown to interfere with the uptake of iodide by the thyroid gland, which could lead to adverse effects on hormone levels. Boiling and filtering do not help.
[link to www.kmph.com]



An other article link : [link to www.enn.com]
"Golden State Water identified and shut down three wells out of 20 that show elevated levels of the chemical
, reported the Desert Dispatch newspaper in Barstow. One of the wells was located near the Marine Corps Logistics
Base in Barstow."



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2. HAZMAT - North-America (canada)
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

Again RSOE coords give error in CHina ...
wtf ..
42° 6.176 , 83° 4.669 : [link to maps.google.nl]


AMHERSTBURG, Ont. -- There is no risk to the public after a "substantial" chemical leak at the Honeywell plant Saturday morning, says Amherstburg fire Chief Rick Murray.

At about 6:23 a.m., Murray was notified of a hydrofluoric acid leak at the Front Road East plant. Between 45 and 100 gallons of the highly corrosive acid were released, forming a white gas cloud over the Honeywell property, he said.

The plant's mitigation system kicked in immediately, dousing the gas cloud with water and knocking it down before it drifted off the property, Murray said. The leak was stopped by 7:10 a.m.

Read more: [link to www.windsorstar.com]


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3. Non-categorized event - Asia (tbilisi georgia)
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

Good correct coords ...wow... : [link to maps.google.nl]

Google-search (not much) :
[link to www.google.nl]

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EQ's at VOSTOK (not in antarctica
-I first thought that, lol-
... but in the (asian)sea of Othosk)

21.11.2010 - 11:32:04 5.0 Asia Russia [Asia] Sakhalinskaya Oblast' Vostok
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

21.11.2010 - 11:32:03 4.8 Europe Russia [Asia] Ismeretlen Vostok EMSC
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

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"Whole lotta shakin' goin' on"
We need to overlay this on our own maps. Anybody have links to generic maps we could use?
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China news:

- Tens of thousands mourn China high-rise fire dead
[link to www.philly.com]


- Flood in China coal mine traps 28 workers
[link to www.lasvegassun.com]

SNIP:
Water flooded a small Chinese coal mine Sunday, trapping 28 people as they did safety work to expand the mine's capacity, an official and state media said.
It was the latest mining accident for China, which has the world's deadliest coal mines.
Forty-one workers were underground at the Batian mine in the southwestern province of Sichuan at the time, said an official surnamed Xie with the provincial work safety bureau.
He said 13 workers escaped and rescue work was continuing for the 28 missing.
"We still have hope of finding them alive," Xie said.
It was not clear what caused the flooding.
(...) The Chinese public is sensitive to the issue of mining safety, and some criticized the country's response to mining accidents after the rescue of 33 trapped miners in Chile last month.
China had its own amazing mine rescue earlier this year, when 115 workers were pulled from a flooded mine in the northern province of Shanxi after more than a week underground. The miners survived by eating sawdust, tree bark, paper and even coal.


>>> 28 + 13 = 41


-China factory blast kills four, injures 37
[link to www.accidents.com]

An explosion at a chemical factory in northern China has killed four and injured 37, state media reported on Sunday, citing local authorities. (...)
The factory produced chemicals ranging from common food additives to compounds used in making plastics and paper, says the company website.


>>> 37 + 4 = 41
damned


- India-China's rise an opportunity: Nirupama Rao
[link to news.oneindia.in]

During an interview, Rao also stated that relationship between India and China will be the most important in the 21st century.
"There is enough space for India and China to grow together," claimed Indian foreign secretary.



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Japan news:

- Japan plans troop deployment near disputed islands: Nikkei
[link to www.r**ters.com]

(replace ** by eu)

SNIPs:
Japan plans to send non-combat troops for the first time to its westernmost island in response to Chinese naval maneuvers in the East China Sea,
The plan involves the deployment of lightly armed military personnel to monitor activities and communications of warships and aircraft, the newspaper said.
The Defense Ministry was also considering sending troops to the islands of Miyako and Ishigaki west of Okinawa to beef up border security, the Nikkei said.
Defense ministry officials were not available for comment.



-Japan, China, S. Korea health ministers meet
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]

Japanese health minister Ritsuo Hosokawa (R) joins hands with his Chinese counterpart Chen Zhu (L) and South Korean counterpart Chin Soo Hee after a press conference on Cheju Island, South Korea, on Nov. 21, 2010. The ministers discussed cooperation in dealing with the new influenza, securing food safety and offering medical treatment for people injured in natural disasters. (Kyodo)

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wtf

- Cairn Energy refuse to publish full oil spill plan
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Snips:
The Scots-based energy firm involved in oil exploration in the Arctic has refused to publish full details of its contingency plan should a spill occur.
Cairn Energy, based in Edinburgh, is at the forefront of the push to open up oil supplies off Greenland.
The company and the Greenland government told a BBC Scotland investigation team the plan was secret to prevent sabotage by "third parties".
The lack of transparency has prompted concern from environmental groups.
Some estimates have suggested that the Arctic region could contain up to a quarter of the world's remaining oil reserves.

Dr Martin Preston, a marine pollution expert at the University of Liverpool, ... : "I think they are making comments about using really rather standard techniques which are employed elsewhere and I'm not sure they've really taken on board some of the risks that are associated with this high latitude work. And that worries me."

... Jon Skov Neilsen, head of Greenland's bureau of minerals and petroleum, added: "It's more important that the response plans work and are efficient than having everyone know phone numbers and where exactly the equipment is situated and so on.
"That's our view anyway. That's the choice we've made and we think it's the right choice."
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North Koreans Unveil New Plant for Nuclear Use

North Korea showed a visiting American nuclear scientist earlier this month a vast new facility it secretly and rapidly built to enrich uranium,...

Whether the calculated revelation is a negotiating ploy by North Korea or a signal that it plans to accelerate its weapons program even as it goes through a perilous leadership change, it creates a new challenge for President Obama at a moment when his program for gradual, global nuclear disarmament appears imperiled at home and abroad. The administration hurriedly began to brief allies and lawmakers on Friday and Saturday ...

The scientist, Siegfried S. Hecker, a Stanford professor who previously directed the Los Alamos National Laboratory, said in an interview that he had been “stunned” by the sophistication of the new plant, where he saw “hundreds and hundreds” of centrifuges that had just been installed in a recently gutted building that had housed an aging fuel fabrication center, and that were operated from what he called “an ultra-modern control room.” The North Koreans claimed 2,000 centrifuges were already installed and running, he said.

... The speed with which it was built strongly suggests that the impoverished, isolated country, which tested its first nuclear device in 2006, had foreign help and evaded strict new United Nations Security Council sanctions imposed to punish its rejection of international controls.

A delegation of American experts that included Dr. Hecker has already reported that it confirmed satellite photographic evidence of another new advance by the North — a light-water reactor being built on the site of a facility the country had dismantled as part of an agreement with the international community to end its nuclear weapons program.
Dr. Hecker did not initially mention the surprising discovery of the uranium enrichment operation as he left North Korea. He privately informed the White House a few days ago.


Read more here : [link to www.nytimes.com]
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- Melting Siberian Permafrost Leaking Methane
[link to groups.google.com]

Snip:
The lack of data over a long period of time casts uncertainty over the extent of the threat.
An article last August in the journal Science quoted several experts as saying it's too early to predict whether Arctic methane will be the tipping point.
"Arctic Armageddon Needs More Science, Less Hype," was its headline.
Studies indicate that cold-country dynamics on climate change are complex.
The Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program, a scientific body set up by the eight Arctic rim countries, says overall the Arctic is absorbing more carbon dioxide than it releases.
"Methane is a different story," said its 2009 report.
The Arctic is responsible for up to 9 percent of global methane emissions.
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- Seeking Mach 20: DARPA Concludes Review of Falcon HTV-2 Flight Anomaly, Next Launch Late 2011 [link to www.SPAM_BOT]

DARPA’s Falcon HTV-2 program objective is to create new technological options that enable capabilities that address urgent threats to our national security. The program is developing and testing an unmanned, rocket-launched, maneuverable, hypersonic air vehicle that glides through the Earth’s atmosphere, at incredibly fast speeds – Mach 20 and above.
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The cave-complex running under the pyramids would have been thorouly mapped by the US in the 1990s by way of satellite through-earth images.

The very interesting information at the link is the reference to Cygnus:

"Collins discovered another group of stars in the constellation Cygnus that matched with the same perfection that was the trademark of the Egyptians. By superimposing the stars of Cygnus over the three pyramids he could see that one star, Deneb, was not aligned. Looking where something should be -- a pyramid or temple -- there was nothing."

and,

"Since the constellation of Cygnus is historically depicted as a bird, specifically a swan ..."

Please recalls the threads on glp about UVB-76:

Thread: UVB-76 - Important message in 16 days.

which, after being silent for many years, a couple of broadcasts were sent out in Russian code, then a few days later, a broadcast playing "Swan Song" which is supposed to be about a black swan. Some glpers believed that the Swan Song was somehow referring to Cygnus.


Also, Edgar Cayce has not been mentioned much on this thread, perhaps a little too off-topic.

Cayce said that there are three Halls of Records, all containing duplicate information and these halls are:

Under the Sphinx,

In the Gulf near the Carribean, and

In the Yucatan.

It appears that we may have lost access to our copy of the records in the hall, having now been buried under tons of oil and million of gallon of disease-bearing toxants.


Perhaps it has to do with future alignment. Looking forward rather than back. rken
 Quoting: Rken 1168958


Counting "down" as it were...

Cz
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Some bacteria are seemingly eating plastics (like we saw in the GOM),
while others are TRAINED to MAKE PLASTICS out of biomass ...
what cant be done with GM ?


Researchers Train Bacteria to Convert Bio-Wastes Into Plastic
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

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ScienceDaily (Nov. 21, 2010) — Researcher Jean-Paul Meijnen has 'trained' bacteria to convert all the main sugars in vegetable, fruit and garden waste efficiently into high-quality environmentally friendly products such as bioplastics.

There is considerable interest in bioplastics nowadays. The technical problems associated with turning potato peel into sunglasses, or cane sugar into car bumpers, have already been solved. The current methods, however, are not very efficient: only a small percentage of the sugars can be converted into valuable products. By adapting the eating pattern of bacteria and subsequently training them, Meijnen has succeeded in converting sugars in processable materials, so that no bio-waste is wasted ...

The bacteria are genetically modified by inserting specific DNA fragments in the cell; this enables them to produce enzymes that assist in the conversion of xylose into a molecule that the bacteria can deal with.
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Some bacteria are seemingly eating plastics (like we saw in the GOM),
while others are TRAINED to MAKE PLASTICS out of biomass ...
what cant be done with GM ?


Researchers Train Bacteria to Convert Bio-Wastes Into Plastic
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Snips:
ScienceDaily (Nov. 21, 2010) — Researcher Jean-Paul Meijnen has 'trained' bacteria to convert all the main sugars in vegetable, fruit and garden waste efficiently into high-quality environmentally friendly products such as bioplastics.

There is considerable interest in bioplastics nowadays. The technical problems associated with turning potato peel into sunglasses, or cane sugar into car bumpers, have already been solved. The current methods, however, are not very efficient: only a small percentage of the sugars can be converted into valuable products. By adapting the eating pattern of bacteria and subsequently training them, Meijnen has succeeded in converting sugars in processable materials, so that no bio-waste is wasted ...

The bacteria are genetically modified by inserting specific DNA fragments in the cell; this enables them to produce enzymes that assist in the conversion of xylose into a molecule that the bacteria can deal with.

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They have finally done it. The ultimate in cheap labor.
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