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

 
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RE: EMP

EMP HAS been shown to cause damage to electronic components on a small scale but to build something capable of wiping out electronic systems throughout the Hemisphere in one strike would take some serious horsepower.


Hi Hans...

Do you mean something like this...

This is Tesla tech...it's been around for years...

And now the perfect power source...



Cz
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Hi Cz! Long time...
I don't think HAARP is a power source. It requiresa power source, just like an EMP weapon would. Now, if they had developed Tesla's free energy source, they'd have it, but the big boyz couldn't make money off of free energy.
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I've been learning so much and something kinda nags at my brain. Could our excessive electrical use cause some of the damage we are experiencing around the world? I know the Gulf Stream has caused havoc, but there is evidence the currents have changed before. Could the combination of these cause the severe weather, the magnetic pole axis moving, and the nature seeming off balance? I guess I'm asking if electric can effect the magnetic or gravity system here on earth? Maybe even be felt by neighboring planets too? Maybe carbon doesn't play a big enough role to cause the changes alone.

Just wondering is all.
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It is more likely that what we are seeing is the result of a superwave moving through are area. Lets hope its not a big one. Large ones can create mass extermination events and ice ages. rken
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Rense & Dr. Soto - Ongoing Gulf Health Catastrophe

Very interesting video. I couldn't find it if it has been posted before.

[link to www.youtube.com]



The SC mayor who visited New Orleans and then became very sick with an undiagnosed illness has been released from the hospital. He is still sick and the family is searching for a doctor who can diagnose the problem and assist to cure him.

About the video, they show turkey buzzards and said they were found in Biscayne Bay. The only Biscayne Bay I know is in Miami.


Most Northern Point of the Florida Keys

Them there Turkey Buzzards are usually all over the areas, instant road kill clean up crews with not a spec left.
Them are in short supply now, and other birds that usually migrate are not to be found.

Hi Woodie,

Some news of where some of the birds may have gone.

[link to www.defendersblog.org]



Thanks ISIS.

Flood crop lands, tainting topical water as it seeps to the shallow sub surface aquafier. nice.
Trips through the inland parts of state so even less bird activity than the coastal areas. Like they were swepped away by an ark.



True Woodie, it's like the migrating geese and ducks knew not to fly over the Carolina mountains this season.

btw, we've been down to single digits f for several nights (-15 C) and the temperature has not been above freezing for ten straight days here in the Southern mountains. It's not even winter yet.

I've wrapped the dog houses in plastic to help insulate them. Wonder what I can insulate with when the bugs start eating the plastic? Hay bales, I guess.
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The birds are also probably confused due to the rapidly changing magnetic poles shifting. The shift is excellerating. They are guided by tiny magnetite crystal in the outer surface of the brain. rken
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Guys, check out Nexused "briefcases" thread. Several new posts by Acolyte.
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a very interesting report on the Stuxnet virus

[link to taiaglobal.com]

no real conclusion but interesting. Feels like something is missing in that report. Not sure if its on purpose or not. rken



Not missing. It's on page 8.
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Assessment of the Stuxnet report concludes that Siemens and Areva are working together to force cap and trade.

The author is connecting Siemens and Areva (owned 90% by France) and gives us a timeline beginning June of 2009, the time when Stuxnet was found. We consider the following.

These two corporations are supposedly competitors.

The Stuxnet virus would almost certainly have had to have been created within Siemens.

Areva is structured to be a major world player in the cap and trade bankster bonanza.

The author of the Stuxnet virus report suggests four possible motives for creating the virus and explains the ountries which are susceptible, the means, the motives and the opportunity for attack. Listed here:

Attack Scenario #1: Rare-Earth Minerals Producing States

Attack Scenario #2: Uranium Producing States (Asia)

Attack Scenario #3: Corporate Sabotage Against Siemens AG

Attack Scenario #4: The String of Pearls

By his own assessment of each attack scenario, the author appears to be unclear about motive.

If you look on page 8, "Figure 3: Graphic depicting Areva NP’s services (source: www.areva-np.com)" you will find that Areva is in the business of "solutions for carbon-free power generation."


and this:

"• June, 2009 (earliest Stuxnet sample seen)

• June 24, 2012 (the date found in Stuxnet’s config file)

EU Commission Filing: Areva versus Siemens On March 4, 2009, France 2418 published a news story about French nuclear giant Areva publicly accusing Siemens of breaching its non-compete clause with Areva when it formed an alliance with Russian Federation-owned Rosatom to wecome “the world leader in civilian nuclear technology” - a sector currently led by Areva and estimated to be worth 1 trillion dollars. On June 2, 2010, the European Commission launched an inquiry 19 into the anticompete clause in Siemens joint venture agreement with Areva - Areva NP"


Areva's website cites the following:

"AREVA's businesses are organized into five business groups: Mining exploration and mining. Upstream, conversion and enrichment of uranium, design and manufacture of nuclear fuel. Reactors and Services conception et construction de réacteurs nucléaires, activités de services aux bases installées. Aval , recyclage des combustibles usés, services de transport, d'assainissement et de démantèlement. Énergies Renouvelables , solutions dans l'éolien, les bioénergies, le solaire et l'hydrogène. design and construction of nuclear reactors, service activities to bases installed. Downstream, recycling of spent fuel, transport services, remediation and decommissioning. Renewable Energy, solutions in wind, bioenergy, solar and hydrogen. "


There are other points worth discussion, but too long for tonight's post.

I now am compelled to consider that France should be put on the list of bad boyz in the Gulf of Mexico.

AC/SC
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RE: EMP

EMP HAS been shown to cause damage to electronic components on a small scale but to build something capable of wiping out electronic systems throughout the Hemisphere in one strike would take some serious horsepower.


Hi Hans...

Do you mean something like this...

This is Tesla tech...it's been around for years...

And now the perfect power source...



Cz


Hi Cz! Long time...
I don't think HAARP is a power source. It requiresa power source, just like an EMP weapon would. Now, if they had developed Tesla's free energy source, they'd have it, but the big boyz couldn't make money off of free energy.
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Hmmm serious horse power...like floating nuclear power plants...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Good day, KremPP has issued a CREVICE Stealth Alert two hours ago., (translation problem)
The OMEGA Option is now back on the table.
KremPP and KremPM is resolving their issues.
Orange is expecting another burst of intel, so STB
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12/15/2010 12:09 PM
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Regarding the BEZERK thread. I'm in a bit of a dilemma because posters have brought up two issues which I cant go any further into except for what I'm about to say on these two points.

I Noticed on the bezerk thread posters bringing up the fact that the "leaks" started in February already. ( I Actually posted a pinned thread about this at the time)
At this juncture I feel compelled to mention, as a hint that another classified issue began when Em was sent to look for the black boxes of the French Airbus that crashed. They discovered more than just the black boxes and why the plane crashed. (That's all I can say on this matter, this is an important dot but also an extremely sensitive one. Its on such a different level of echelon intelligence gathering that I don't even want to go there. Nobody would believe it anyway) (sarcasm)

They also mention the SA Navy sub, SAS Manthatisi . All I can say is that some posters were on the right track a few hundred pages back when this first came up. Manthatisi was sent to get retrofitted with 2x calibrators as well as something else. When the oversight committee noticed the bill for this "upgrade" they actually brought it up in parliament to get answers to what was going on with the sub. While the sub was under "apparent" docking for repairs it was actually sent on 2 covert missions. One was to the GOM and other I will reveal later. In the MSM reports you will find a major contradiction. Its reported that Manthatisi had major "problems" and yet the Manthatisi managed to out maneuver the US Navy and every other participant in a Naval exercise where it destroyed every target. If it was having so much problems that it needed repairs how was it possible for the Manthatisi to achieve the success it did during the exercise? The answer is simple, it didn't go for repairs, it went for an upgrade and two covert missions while the oversight committee was fed info that its docked and in the "workshop" for lack of a better expression. As I'm a South African citizen I have to tread very carefully on what I reveal about this, so please understand when I say I cant go any further into this)

(ps, the above is not the Burst of Intel I was referring to in the post just prior to this one, ok :)
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Oncogenic mutations in the serine/threonine kinase B-RAF (also known as BRAF) are found in 50–70% of malignant melanomas1. Pre-clinical studies have demonstrated that the B-RAF(V600E) mutation predicts a dependency on the mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signalling cascade in melanoma2, 3, 4, 5, 6—an observation that has been validated by the success of RAF and MEK inhibitors in clinical trials7, 8, 9. However, clinical responses to targeted anticancer therapeutics are frequently confounded by de novo or acquired resistance10, 11, 12. Identification of resistance mechanisms in a manner that elucidates alternative ‘druggable’ targets may inform effective long-term treatment strategies13. Here we expressed ~600 kinase and kinase-related open reading frames (ORFs) in parallel to interrogate resistance to a selective RAF kinase inhibitor. We identified MAP3K8 (the gene encoding COT/Tpl2) as a MAPK pathway agonist that drives resistance to RAF inhibition in B-RAF(V600E) cell lines. COT activates ERK primarily through MEK-dependent mechanisms that do not require RAF signalling. Moreover, COT expression is associated with de novo resistance in B-RAF(V600E) cultured cell lines and acquired resistance in melanoma cells and tissue obtained from relapsing patients following treatment with MEK or RAF inhibitors. We further identify combinatorial MAPK pathway inhibition or targeting of COT kinase activity as possible therapeutic strategies for reducing MAPK pathway activation in this setting. Together, these results provide new insights into resistance mechanisms involving the MAPK pathway and articulate an integrative approach through which high-throughput functional screens may inform the development of novel therapeutic strategies.
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ViaSat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT) has obtained High Assurance IP Encryption Interface Specification (HAIPE® IS) Version 3.1 certification from the National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) for an inline network encryptor, the AltaSec® KG-250. HAIPE® is used to provide secure communications to many DoD networks. The HAIPE® 3.1 KG-250 continues ViaSat product migration toward mobility and interoperability, ease of use for the warfighter, and the ability to share information securely among warfighters and the Global Information Grid (GIG) in a dynamic environment.
One of the key features of HAIPE® V3.1 is that it adds remote rekeying and the ability to function behind commercial firewalls to the KG-250 feature set. The remote rekeying feature, called HAIPE® to HAIPE® keying (H2HK), enables network operators to rekey an entire subnet from one HAIPE® device, including devices stowed in vehicles and Unmanned Air Systems (UAS), without the need to travel forward into conflict areas.
"This is a significant capability for those charged with maintaining our deployed secure networks since it avoids physical delivery of keys to each network node," said Chris Wren, general manager of Information Security at ViaSat. "Many times the users of these networks are in motion, and anything that improves the management of the network from locations that are physically secure not only saves time, but ultimately saves lives."
In addition to HAIPE® V3.1 improvements, the new KG-250 also introduces Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing into AltaSec encryption products. Embedded OSPF routing reduces network overhead, and gives the products the ability to adapt to constantly changing networks, keeping users connected while giving them more mobility and flexibility.
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Burst Completed
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Guys, check out Nexused "briefcases" thread. Several new posts by Acolyte.
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Yeah. Well, this post bothers me a little:

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Good day, KremPP has issued a CREVICE Stealth Alert two hours ago., (translation problem)
The OMEGA Option is now back on the table.
KremPP and KremPM is resolving their issues.
Orange is expecting another burst of intel, so STB "



The SAS Manthasiti dropped its ARMSCOR payload in the Gulf this summer and now OMEGA is back on!

Reckon they will tell us before they light the fuse?
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Guys, check out Nexused "briefcases" thread. Several new posts by Acolyte.



Yeah. Well, this post bothers me a little:

"acolyte
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Good day, KremPP has issued a CREVICE Stealth Alert two hours ago., (translation problem)
The OMEGA Option is now back on the table.
KremPP and KremPM is resolving their issues.
Orange is expecting another burst of intel, so STB "



The SAS Manthasiti dropped its ARMSCOR payload in the Gulf this summer and now OMEGA is back on!

Reckon they will tell us before they light the fuse?
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Thread: WHY IS NO ONE MENTIONING ATTORNEY THAT DIED IN SOUTH CAROLINA??? (Page 20)

In SC, some of us are kinda nervous. Many believe that June of '09 the governor saved the state from a nuclear false flag and that the state's lead prosecutor was killed to threaten him. This year, the state was one of only four nationwide to receive a fresh supply of K1.

The new governor comes in January and it's a new ball game.
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crevice..crevice is a narrow opening or fissure in a rock, wall, or floor ....gulf seafloor????

omega...24th letter Greek alphabet.....the end...definitely interesting..
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Global Eruption Rocks the Sun

<Dec. 13, 2010:> On August 1, 2010, an entire hemisphere of the sun erupted. Filaments of magnetism snapped and exploded, shock waves raced across the stellar surface, billion-ton clouds of hot gas billowed into space. Astronomers knew they had witnessed something big.

It was so big, it may have shattered old ideas about solar activity.

"The August 1st event really opened our eyes," says Karel Schrijver of Lockheed Martin’s Solar and Astrophysics Lab in Palo Alto, CA. "We see that solar storms can be global events, playing out on scales we scarcely imagined before."
Link to video--> [link to science.nasa.gov]

Remember a month or two back we were watching the filament coming out of the Sun? And the spots to the side of the Sun? And all our poster got for his/her trouble was a forest of BS flags? Bezerkers win again!

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@Hans,
Is it possible that the blogger is referring to a situation where an emp strike is virtually impossible for some reason? If so, then he needs to state such.
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I think the position the physicist who ran the test is taking the position that EMP attacks are Much Overrated,
Generally do not do much damage, and a 'Horseshit Scam'.

EMP HAS been shown to cause damage to electronic components on a small scale but to build something capable of wiping out electronic systems throughout the Hemisphere in one strike would take some serious horsepower.



Many years ago, a friend told me that when the first of the police radars (K-band) had come out, he was asked to see if they could be jammed.

He made up a 'black-box', and they set it up some 4Km (2.5 miles) from where plod (Mr Plod - policeman) had set up their radar for the testing.

One micro-burst and the radar was fried - totally cooked to the point of the 'cooking' being visible, and they were using less than 1 amp at 12 volts base power!

EMP does work, and done the 'right' way will totally destroy the electronics.

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Of course it works, they used it in Ocean's 13. Derr.

Howdy Oigle!

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Incoming
[link to www.helium.com]


Terrifying scientific discovery: Strange emissions by sun are suddenly mutating matter

Now evidence has surfaced that something potentially more dangerous is happening deep within the hidden core of our life-giving star: never-before-seen particles—or some mysterious force—is being shot out from the sun and it’s hitting Earth.

Whatever it is, the evidence suggests it's affecting all matter.


Wouldn't it be funny if it neutralized all radio active elements. Seeing how it speeds up the decay of radioactivity in carbon 14. We can only hope. rken
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Why is acolyte's user id # constantly changing?
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Also noticed that the "Rating" area has disappeared from both this ,the Bezerk thread, and the Chinese briefcases thread.

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Also noticed that the "Rating" area has disappeared from both this ,the Bezerk thread, and the Chinese briefcases thread.

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chuckle It "reappeared " just after you posted this.
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You got it fixed?
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Carolina sea turles in the Atlantic are cold-stunned.


"Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010
Cold waters, winds stun turtles

CHARLESTON -- One small green turtle shows just how severe the recent, early season cold snaps have been.

The turtle washed up early Wednesday on the beach at Hilton Head Island. It wasn't moving. When Jerry Staub, Shore Beach Service supervisor, put a finger up to its eye, it didn't blink. The beach patrol brought it back to the office, expecting to put it in the refrigerator to be picked up as a fatality.

But back at the office, the sea turtle's eye twitched, reacting to the finger.

It had been cold-stunned, essentially made hypothermic by a drop in water temperature too quick for the reptile to escape. That's not thought to happen on South Carolina beaches because turtles have quicker access to warmer waters. Turtles trapped in impoundments or caught in golf course ponds occasionally get cold-stunned, but not free-swimming turtles offshore.

In fact, in more than three decades of monitoring sea turtles, S.C. Department of Natural Resources biologists hadn't had a single case. ......

An early blast of cold weather along the Atlantic seaboard has wildlife experts scrambling to save dozens of sea turtles stunned by the chilled water.

....

The StarNews of Wilmington reports that loggerhead sea turtles become paralyzed by abnormally low temperatures.

[link to www.thesunnews.com]
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Carolina sea turles in the Atlantic are cold-stunned.


"Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010
Cold waters, winds stun turtles

CHARLESTON -- One small green turtle shows just how severe the recent, early season cold snaps have been.

The turtle washed up early Wednesday on the beach at Hilton Head Island. It wasn't moving. When Jerry Staub, Shore Beach Service supervisor, put a finger up to its eye, it didn't blink. The beach patrol brought it back to the office, expecting to put it in the refrigerator to be picked up as a fatality.

But back at the office, the sea turtle's eye twitched, reacting to the finger.

It had been cold-stunned, essentially made hypothermic by a drop in water temperature too quick for the reptile to escape. That's not thought to happen on South Carolina beaches because turtles have quicker access to warmer waters. Turtles trapped in impoundments or caught in golf course ponds occasionally get cold-stunned, but not free-swimming turtles offshore.

In fact, in more than three decades of monitoring sea turtles, S.C. Department of Natural Resources biologists hadn't had a single case. ......

An early blast of cold weather along the Atlantic seaboard has wildlife experts scrambling to save dozens of sea turtles stunned by the chilled water.

....

The StarNews of Wilmington reports that loggerhead sea turtles become paralyzed by abnormally low temperatures.

[link to www.thesunnews.com]
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hi

You got it fixed?
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Lotsa vitamin C?
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Of course it works, they used it in Ocean's 13. Derr.

Howdy Oigle!
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ELVIS! We've missed ya sooo! Glad you're back in the building! Welcome home!
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SMOOCHES!
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Of course it works, they used it in Ocean's 13. Derr.

Howdy Oigle!


ELVIS! We've missed ya sooo! Glad you're back in the building! Welcome home!
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Tha-you vry murch! Missed you all too.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Of course it works, they used it in Ocean's 13. Derr.

Howdy Oigle!


ELVIS! We've missed ya sooo! Glad you're back in the building! Welcome home!



Tha-you vry murch! Missed you all too.
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Eye mizzed U 2 !!!!

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Carbon trading tempts firms to make greenhouse gas

A handful of Chinese and Indian chemicals companies seemingly have the world over a barrel – or rather a large number of barrels of a super-greenhouse gas called HFC-23, which is 14,800 times more potent than carbon dioxide.

This week, apparently following Chinese threats to vent stockpiles of HFC-23 into the atmosphere, a UN panel issued two million valuable carbon credits to a company called Juhua. It has a factory in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, where the gas can be destroyed. ...linky--> [link to www.newscientist.com]
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Carbon trading tempts firms to make greenhouse gas

A handful of Chinese and Indian chemicals companies seemingly have the world over a barrel – or rather a large number of barrels of a super-greenhouse gas called HFC-23, which is 14,800 times more potent than carbon dioxide.

This week, apparently following Chinese threats to vent stockpiles of HFC-23 into the atmosphere, a UN panel issued two million valuable carbon credits to a company called Juhua. It has a factory in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, where the gas can be destroyed. ...linky--> [link to www.newscientist.com]
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Wow. destroy themselves to black mail the world. Seems counter productive. hmmm
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The Source of the Gulf Blue Plague
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What is factually taking place in the Gulf of Mexico - in biological and genetic terms - is neither natural nor happenstance. The reality of synthetic microorganisms and artificial genomes is not a newly discovered science even though the lamestream media claims otherwise. To simplify things, let's just name this new and unclassified species of synthetic genome bacteria for all the scientists since they can't seem to recognize it for some unknown reason. Let's officially name it Syntholeispirea Gulfmexicana.

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