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Royal Bank of Scotland: take protection against China sovereign default!
Thread: Royal Bank of Scotland: take protection against China sovereign default!
All is not well with our neighbors in Asia. hmmmm

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You know rken, I found a site that posted information a while back that might tie in, but I am not familiar with the site, but it might be trustworthy. ??

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A section of DW's newest posting:

A NOT-SO GODLIKE PRODUCTION
[link to divinecosmos.com]
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Will the real David Wilcox please stand up?



(This is not a cryptic statement)
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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Will the real David Wilcox please stand up?



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lolsign

BECAUZE OF THIS ??? VVVV-below-VVVV


A NOT-SO GODLIKE PRODUCTION
There are other very similar efforts I'm seeing as well -- particularly since the China story I started telling you about in October has been leaked in certain online UFO forums.

I was utterly shocked at how many specific details were in this online 'leak' -- much more than I had been willing to say here. The online 'leaks' were loaded with remarkably specific points I had already heard independently.

The similarities caught my attention. Very much.

The even bigger surprise, though, was in seeing the things that were different.

In these forum 'leaks', we are told that China's ETs are trying to terraform the Earth so they can colonize it.

Conveniently, we are also expected to blame the Chinese and their friends for deliberately creating the BP oil volcano as well -- when they had nothing to do with it.

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**(Acolyte's version and WE "New-agers")

SAME SPIN, DIFFERENT WAY
In the 'spin' version, the BP oil disaster was created to deliberately release a microbe into the Gulf that is intelligent and self-organizing -- and will quickly terraform the world, so China's ET allies can comfortably move in.

Same spin, different way.

While nothing can ever be completely ruled out, I am certain that this is a classic case of disinformation in action.

If China is actually doing a good thing for humanity -- or even just protecting their own faction in the global game -- and could utterly defeat the Old World Order in the process, the Powers that Were need to flood the online information market with counterfeit 'currency' about China's real intentions.

They then force these paranoid, negative interpretations of current events to become part of the public discussion. If I didn't raise them here, others would then think I was doing my own 'cover-up' of China's "real intentions."


New Agers on the same UFO forum then started saying they were having telepathic contact with the group mind of the microbes -- and said it was actually a positive thing to help us Ascend.

More and more people have an intuitive 'knowing' that this is all working out -- so even crafty disinfo programs are not achieving their desired objective.

Nonetheless, there is a hard fight going on. When the forum leaks didn't catch on and get traction, the same point was apparently established much more prominently in 'The Event' -- complete with the missile launch added in.


**(Aplause for all the "New-agers" and their intuitions and dreams !!!! ...lol...)
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To benefit us all, acolyte needs to explain.
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Dunno what happened to my quote from acolyte, which was:

"Synthia is NOT the organism but merely one of the symptoms"




To benefit us all, acolyte needs to explain.
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Copyright © 2010 RAND Corporation

yep, your a funny bugger bhd.

You get any emails or PMs?

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Is the post for a Rand Corporation copyright a joke? I don't get emails or PMs, so I'm left in the dark.
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Posted previously, so this is just a reminder:

[link to www.youtube.com]


Mike Utsler, Chief Operating Officer of BP's Gulf Coast Restoration, admits publicly "There is a new form of microbiology that is attacking this (oil) plume and using it as a food source".

This brief video clip is taken from a Novermber 7, 2010 broadcast by BBC TWO entitled 'Has the Oil Really Gone?'
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On page 1079 and catching up so if this was already posted...my apologies! :)

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

New species of rust-eating bacteria destroying Titanic
Microbe may be useful in accelerating disposal of other old ships and oil rigs

"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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A section of DW's newest posting:

A NOT-SO GODLIKE PRODUCTION
[link to divinecosmos.com]
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so .... Wilcox also works for RAND?

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The oil is lurking.......
I am not able to view the bottom graphs of the Gulf Stream and think they maybe important.Those I could see seemed not to show the big loop off New Orleans that was there prior to the spill.I may be wrong so please correct me if this is the case...
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Excellent link! Note that Fig. 5 "colored areas show the location of oil that continues to come on land."

Current status:


"Figure 5. Preliminary dissolved oxygen anomaly from September 01-28, 2010 derived from data shown on NOAA’s GeoPlatform (www.geoplatform.gov). This is the most current data available from NOAA. The existence of abnormally low dissolved oxygen levels (green dots) is believed to be associated with biological metabolism of petroleum compounds (oil and degradation compounds) and dispersants derived from the Deepwater Horizon well. Along the coastline the areas with colored areas show the location of oil that continues to come on land. See Figures 6 for a closer view.

Figure 6. Latest (November 28-29, 2010) shoreline oiling observations derived from the NOAA GeoPlatform website (www.geoplatform.gov). The non-blue colored areas are the locations where oil has been observed. The red hashed area east of the Mississippi delta is the area closed to shrimp fishing due to the recent capture of oil in shrimp nets. Note that the oil on land extends over a wide geographic range from Florida to Louisiana."
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Will the real David Wilcox please stand up?



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Based on another long-running glp thread, he is not a fav of Mi5.

Does that help to know the 'real' David Wilcox.
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Exclusive: Submarine Dive Finds Oil, Dead Sea Life at Bottom of Gulf of Mexico
[link to abcnews.go.com]


In an exclusive trip aboard the U.S. Navy's deep-ocean research submersible Alvin, ABC News was given the chance to observe the impact of this summer's massive oil spill that most will never see.
The ocean floor appears to be littered with twigs, but Joye points out that they are actually dead worms and that Alvin is sitting on top of what is considered an 80-square mile kill zone.

...

But 5,000 feet down, the oil appears to be everywhere. The government estimates that less than 25 percent of the oil remains, but these scientists say it's not gone, just settled at the bottom of the ocean.

...

The water in most places appears to be clear, a stark contrast to the oil that covered miles of ocean after the April 20 Deepwater Horizon rig explosion, which killed 11 workers.
But Joye said what was once on the surface has now sunk.
She told ABC News in September that samples taken from the ocean floor consistently show oil contamination.
"We're finding it everywhere that we've looked. The oil is not gone," Joye in September. "It's in places where nobody has looked for it."

But there are signs that the Gulf of Mexico is healing. ...
Crews have also found healthier animals, especially the among the bird population around Grand Terre Island, La.



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BINGO !!!
GOM and ANTARCTIC CONNECTED !

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THE SOURCE OF THE GULF BLUE PLAGUE: Syntholeispirea Gulfmexicana (BP)
[link to sitfu.com]

So, here we have a scientifically confirmed new oil-eating species of bacterium in the Gulf of Mexico that’s closely related to a bacterium only found in Rod Bay and the Ross Sea, Antarctica (OA), and another one only found in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand (OH).

How do you suppose a new related species of this bacterium from deep cold water Antarctic environments mysteriously and suddenly ended up in the Gulf of Mexico? By use of proven synthetic RNA sequence processes, a new synthetic genome microorganism can be created in 24 hours according to J. Craig Venter of Synthetic Genomics, Inc. and the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI).

...

If any U.S. professional scientist would have the courage to verify what’s presented here, they’d plainly see that SG bacteria are psychrophilic, aerobic, and Gram-negative with polar flagella; they won’t grow or replicate in the absence of NaCl (salt); they have a preference for aliphatic hydrocarbons; and they have a distinct phyletic line within the Gammaproteobacteria.

...

Cholera is an acute bacterial infection that often occurs in epidemics by spreading in contaminated water or food. The best ways to evade cholera are by avoidance of raw or improperly cooked seafood, which may have become infected by ingesting infected plankton. Could there be infected plankton in the Gulf of Mexico, a major food source for Haiti?

A scientific paper recently released by Dauphin Island Sea Lab shows that a faint “shadow” of oil can be seen in the plankton and copepods in the Gulf of Mexico. Those tiny animals ate the microbes (synthetic genome bacteria) that have been eating the oil. The study stated it was important to note that their research documented carbon from the oil working its way through the food chain.

...

Mutations of the plankton have already been verified by University of Southern Florida (USF) scientists months ago. Once this important marine food source has RNA mutations, then everything up the entire food chain is affected. That includes humans who consume fish or crustaceans. What are we facing? More than we can comprehend. Once you alter the bottom of the food chain, you alter everything from that point on. The Gulf Blue Plague is a reality and has been for many months. It’s a worldwide problem.

Wherever the Gulf wind blows and wherever the Gulf water flows.

Syntholeispirea Gulfmexicana (SG) exhibits a 90% or higher match to this RNA sequence.
Now every scientist can verify what already exists.

(more at the link)




xx MzK
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RNA mutations ....

hmmmmmm
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Article is from early in the year, and is not good news for those on the Gulf Coast suffering from skin infections. This claim that MRSA is contagious may tend to limit BP's liability for the epidemic. [MRSA may not be epidemic yet, but I'm hearing stories from around the Southeast US that hospitals are not reporting all the cases.]


"22 January 2010

Research-sleuths succeed in tracking MRSA super-bacteria
A nurse wears a surgical mask to protect against infection. Scientists have succeeded in tracking the patient-to-patient transmission of the multi-drug resistant MRSA bacteria, which they hope will allow for better control and prevention of the dreaded superbug. AFP - Scientists have succeeded in tracking the patient-to-patient transmission of the multi-drug resistant MRSA bacteria, which they hope will allow for better control and prevention of the dreaded superbug.

For the first time, researchers have determined how MRSA spreads from one person to another, particularly in hospitals -- the setting where the bacteria often proliferates.
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[link to www.france24.com]
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A round of financing from Draper Fisher Juvetson, Meteor Group, Biotechonomy LLC and Plenus, S.A. de C.V. In 2007 SGI closed its Series B round of financing with BP plc and ACGT Sdn Bhd.
[link to www.syntheticgenomics.com]


Now what would BP be doing investing in synthetic genomics??
The answer lies in algae.


.......

Now this has not been without controversy. Even in the scientific world, scientists are sounding the alarm, even going as far as saying this could be the end of the world as we know it...


Venter Unloads on NIH Director, Human Genome Project

SPIEGEL: Many fear what might happen if humans craft new life forms. They repeatedly say that you are playing God …

Venter: Yes, and I find them frightening. I can read your genome, you know? Nobody's been able to do that in history before. But that is not about God-like powers, it's about scientific power. The real problem is that the understanding of science in our society is so shallow. In the future, if we want to have enough water, enough food and enough energy without totally destroying our planet, then we will have to be dependent on good science.

SPIEGEL: Some scientists don't rule out a belief in God. [NIH Director] Francis Collins, for example …

Venter: … That's his issue to reconcile, not mine. For me, it's either faith or science - you can't have both.

SPIEGEL: So you don't consider Collins to be a true scientist?

Venter: Let's just say he's a government administrator.

Now, I posted where JC Venter needs a massive amount of algae to produce his goal...Hmm, where can we find a massive amount of algae...Let's take a look at the latest satellite image of the Gulf of Mexico...

Hmm, Thad Allan couldn't find any oil?? The green stuff, is algae folks. Once there is enough algae, they are going to release Synthia, and then you will see the beast rise out of the sea, literally.

So the technical name for Synthia is JVCI syn1.0 Doesn't JCVI = 666 ?

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"Venter Unloads on NIH Director" !!
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A round of financing from Draper Fisher Juvetson, Meteor Group, Biotechonomy LLC and Plenus, S.A. de C.V. In 2007 SGI closed its Series B round of financing with BP plc and ACGT Sdn Bhd.
[link to www.syntheticgenomics.com]


Now what would BP be doing investing in synthetic genomics??
The answer lies in algae.


.......

Now this has not been without controversy. Even in the scientific world, scientists are sounding the alarm, even going as far as saying this could be the end of the world as we know it...


Venter Unloads on NIH Director, Human Genome Project

SPIEGEL: Many fear what might happen if humans craft new life forms. They repeatedly say that you are playing God …

Venter: Yes, and I find them frightening. I can read your genome, you know? Nobody's been able to do that in history before. But that is not about God-like powers, it's about scientific power. The real problem is that the understanding of science in our society is so shallow. In the future, if we want to have enough water, enough food and enough energy without totally destroying our planet, then we will have to be dependent on good science.

SPIEGEL: Some scientists don't rule out a belief in God. [NIH Director] Francis Collins, for example …

Venter: … That's his issue to reconcile, not mine. For me, it's either faith or science - you can't have both.

SPIEGEL: So you don't consider Collins to be a true scientist?

Venter: Let's just say he's a government administrator.

Now, I posted where JC Venter needs a massive amount of algae to produce his goal...Hmm, where can we find a massive amount of algae...Let's take a look at the latest satellite image of the Gulf of Mexico...

Hmm, Thad Allan couldn't find any oil?? The green stuff, is algae folks. Once there is enough algae, they are going to release Synthia, and then you will see the beast rise out of the sea, literally.

So the technical name for Synthia is JVCI syn1.0 Doesn't JCVI = 666 ?


Above is quoting dim_


"Venter Unloads on NIH Director" !!
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Venter Unloads on NIH Director, Human Genome Project


[link to news.sciencemag.org]

Comment at the link:


“Reading a genome is very different from engineering a new replicator. We continue to be surprised by new discoveries of molecular regulation of nucleic acids, e.g., the continually unfolding story of the RNA world, the leakage of genetically engineered plant DNA into natural populations. Venter spent billions of investor dollars in his own crusade to sequence the human genome and expressed sequence tags, primarily to show the peer review community that trashed his grants that they were wrong. I guess he was wrong about the biomedical value of these endeavors along with the peer-reviewed NIH and DOE projects to do so. I think many view the human genome project to be akin to the space program, but at a hugely lower cost. We wouldn't have the 2nd and 3rd generation sequencing technology if we didn't push the technology in the last decade and I don't think any thoughtful scientist would argue against the biomedical benefits of low cost, high throughput sequencing.

I think Francis Collins was one of the pioneers of translational research and he was very good at it.

Venter's continued need for press coverage, his black and white thinking along with his arrogance are classical signs of narcissistic personality disorder. What has he done to advance biomedical research? Maybe this last question should be the topic of new interviews with Venter. “
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So the technical name for Synthia is JVCI syn1.0 Doesn't JCVI = 666 ?

This was bumped so it is apparently considered important by someone.

It has looked like the entire "Oil Spill" scenario has been a cover up for turning the GOM into a giant algae bed.
Now come the question of what, exactly is Synthia? The only answer I got from Acolyte (who should know) is that that "Synthia is a symptom" OK let's run with that and say the symptom is a runny nose. So a runny nose is going to rise out of the GOM and get us all? How/ No, Synthia is the organism.that delivers the symptom ("Runny nose"). Granted, organism and symptom may have the same name.
Next question is How will it rise out of the sea? Like Godzilla wading across the bay? Or in a cloud of Methane?
I know I raised more questions than I answered but there are some very smart people on this thread so let's see what answers you guys get.

Above quoting Hans the Magnificant



We need adequate definitions to pursue this discussion. See wiki for the difference in 'signs' and 'symptoms.' Some signs and symptoms can be the same.

'The Gulf is sick" is a symptom of the problem. Signs of the dis-ease of the Gulf are fish kills, oil in the water, Synthia in the water, doesn't smell like it should, water is not the right color, etc.


We have a question, "Now come the question of what, exactly is Synthia?" Synthia, as a technologically produced nano in the Gulf water and is a sign of a problem. At some point, it has, or may become a symptom of Gulf dis-easse.

We want to distinguish between signs and symptoms because parts of the Gulf {and other waters} may show signs of Synthia before the water is determined to be dis-eased.

Next question: "How will it rise out of the sea?"

I'll suggest that algae is a champion of air-borne spores and that we will see Synthia breakout of the Gulf environment and spread EVERYWHERE. An indication that this may happen is that tptb have diverted all hurricanes this season from the Gulf Coast area in an attempt to prevent wide-spread distribution of algae spores before they can get a grip on the problem and find controls.

"There is a certain amount of nitrogen naturally available in the environment due to lightning breaking down N2 into Nitrogen-oxide forms. Virtually all other fixed, biologically available nitrogen in the environment came originally from cyanobacteria.

In Vancouver we have chronic problems with green coating on sidewalks and other places because it rains so darn much. That rain carries enoughn nutrients from airborne dust to provide the extremely low amounts to the algae."

[link to fins.actwin.com]


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[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]


Translation RNA (tRNA) carries identity determinants. The determinants are not the same in Proteobacteria as in Cyanobacteria.

According to this abstract there is a lysylating biosynthetic enzyme which lacks a C-terminal in Cyanobacteria that is present in Proteobacteria.

In other words, if I understand, there is a biosynthetic enzyme which, in Proteobacteria causes a determinate [stop] factor and that no such determinate exists if the biosynthetic is translated to Cyanobacteria.

Is it reasonable to suggest that the control Venter put in his oil-synthesizing Proteobacteria does not work in the Cyanobacteria (algae) which has been infected by Venter’s patented Proteobacteria? Thus, allowing the algae to grow out-of-control.

This abstract was published in 2007.


“Abstract

... Protein recognition of specific tRNA substrates is achieved in part through class-restricted tRNA features called tRNA identity determinants. ... Here we show evidence that determinants for lysylated isoleucine tRNAs are not the same in Proteobacteria as in other bacterial groups including the Cyanobacteria. Consistent with this, the lysylating biosynthetic enzyme TilS lacks a C-terminal domain in Cyanobacteria that is present in Proteobacteria. ... We used these new logos to specifically isolate and visualize the differences in potential tRNA identity determinants between Proteobacteria and Cyanobacteria. ...“
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Where is the Frankenstein known as J. Craig Venter?
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Is what I am reading here right ?

Is the gulf starting to heal ? shark
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"Get out your torches and pitchforks." - Keith Olbermann
You can't have a firm grip on anything when you are pointing your finger.
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Is what I am reading here right ?

Is the gulf starting to heal ? shark
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How so?
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"Get out your torches and pitchforks." - Keith Olbermann
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In the Southern US, that would be tar and feathers!
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Where is the Frankenstein known as J. Craig Venter?

"Get out your torches and pitchforks." - Keith Olbermann



In the Southern US, that would be tar and feathers!
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Don't I know it! Grew up in Jackson, MS. Family there, in Baton Rouge, Port Royal, SC, Mobile, AL - like that.
The Frankenstein reference called for pitchforks and torches, however.
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12:12am is a GREAT TIME for a bump AC ! hf
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Some thoughts on SYNTHIA........
She has been WATERMARKED for a reason and has been engineered to be RESISTANT TO ALL KNOWN ANTIBIOTICS!Money is the route of all evil and the 'personalised' watermaking and antibiotic resistance would seem to be intended to make a great deal of money at some time in the near future for a certain oil company and one of it's partners!!That being said I do not believe that Synthia herself has been released into the environment yet and I don't think she will be until an antibiotic has been made to maim and eventually kill her.I have a feeling that more than one course of antibiotic may be necessary and that it will need to be given by the most expensive route,(ie:venous rather than oral!!!!!!)Need I say more? 5a
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@BHD: I apologize in advance if this sounds a bit snippy at the end; I assure you it's not intended that way.

Some pages back you either wrote or quoted:

In hind site, I have come to understand why, at the time I was confused about the contents in the canister, as it was changing. I assumed all canisters' contents were the same.
It's because they were all different. They all contained something different. But all found beneath the Great Wall.
I see what they are now, and what they represent. I also see who took what to where just recently, and why. Doors are being opened. Planet wide, Mind wide. Its the time of giving. A room full of sweaty people, stinking hot. One of the items is now with it's original protector, in India. Its a KEY.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


I may well have missed it, but could you (or whoever wrote the above if it wasn't you) explain what the stuff in the last paragraph means? Or is that something else we're not allowed to know?

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Last Edited by FlyingInTheLight on 12/07/2010 01:37 AM


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