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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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Thank you.

Note: The Gulf Oil, broken jet stream loop part starts about 35. Very good comments on Corps of Engineers and a report for a depopulation program. I have not seen this before.

The US Corps of Engineers is military and is a part of the DOE (Departement of Energy.) I'm reading that BP controls the DOE. Now how can that be? Same way as the rest of this mess, I guess.
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You are welcome, According to Jesse Police, National Guard and Military were all under their direct control. This indictaes a very high level of cooperation. This faction has a plan and the GoM plays a major role. :-Mud
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HI *dim*

That was an excellent post and great research on page 1090 12/11/2010 5:56 AM
Kudo's to you :)

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Hi Krispy,

Awesome post by you on page 1090 12/11/2010 5:56 AM
I Fully agree with you when you said: "I dont think that it is only Synthia out there ...
Tiamat Amaru is not the same as Synthia."

Great to see active research on this thread again. That's wgat I loved about this thread.
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World's smallest battery uses a single nanowire, plant-eating virus could improve Li-ion cells tenfold

[link to www.engadget.com]

When it comes to building better batteries, building electrodes with greater surface area is key, and scientists are looking to exotic methods to attract the tiny particles they need. We've already seen graphene and carbon nanotubes soak up those electrons, but the University of Maryland has another idea -- they're using the Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) to generate usable patterns of nanorods on the surface of existing metal electrodes. By simply modifying the germ and letting it do its thing, then coating the surface with a conductive film, they're generating ten times the energy capacity of a standard lithium-ion battery while simultaneously rendering the nasty vegetarian bug inert.

Meanwhile, the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) at Sandia Labs was more curious how these tiny charges actually work without confusing the forest for the trees, so to speak, so a team of scientists set about constructing the world's smallest battery. Using a single tin dioxide nanowire as anode, a chunk of lithium cobalt dioxide as cathode, and piping some liquid electrolyte in between, they took a microscopic video of the charging process. See it in all its grey, goopy glory right after the break.


Carbon nanotubes run into magical polymer, become 'tougher than Kevlar'

[link to www.engadget.com]

By Darren Murph posted Dec 9th 2010 12:57AM

Much like graphene, carbon nanotubes seem to be hitting on all cylinders in the lab. Of course, we can count on one hand finger how many instances we've seen them making a difference in "the real world," but we aren't giving up hope just yet. Researchers from a cadre of universities have come together to solve one of the most nagging issues when dealing with carbon nanotubes -- in prior studies, the bundling of these tubes resulted in a marked decrease in strength, which in turn led to a profuse outpouring of tears. But thanks to a new approach, which mixes in a nondescript polymer, they've managed to conjure up a "a high performance fiber that is remarkably tough, strong, and resistant to failure." More specifically, the resulting material is said to be "tougher than Kevlar, meaning it has a higher ability to absorb energy without breaking." Notably, this material isn't stronger than Kevlar, as it's resistance to failure isn't quite up to snuff, but you can bet the gurus working on this won't stop until it is. And then, friends, we will have officially arrived in The Future.
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-snip-


When a creation-matrix is strong enough to sustain it will reproduce when the blueprint-feedback is positive. It will activate the morph in the electrical-magnetical-living field.
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And if a magnetic field from the sun / galaxy triggers that effect on the earths biosphere it could explain the unusual patterns of evolution displayed in the earths records which have corresponded with earlier magnetic disturbences. (A little speculation). Remembering the organism to space connections mentioned previously. :-Mud
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Some major events occurred and changed things big time. Makes me think of the day the earth stood still. Perhaps it was something that happened in the universe, and the force of what ever happened sped in waves through out the universe eventually effecting earth as well. Perhaps causing the great riff and tearing the fabric of heaven, distorting reality, the cosmos and creating havoc universally which eventually our transit brings us near to. Sounds like the war between God and the fallen angles. Hmmm. Oh yeah, later.

So, we are looking at earth, and in particular at the Gulf of Mexico. In essence, I believe that most of the GOM land mass relocated at some distant past. [2]

Could it have been caused by Earth's magnetic poles?

The Earth's magnetic poles are aligned along roughly the same axis as its rotational poles. Geologists have assumed this was also true in the past, so they use volcanic rocks, which when they formed took on an imprint of the direction and strength of the Earth's magnetic field, to infer the rocks' original latitude and to trace continental motions over the past billion years. [3] The cataclysmic pole shift hypothesis is the conjecture that there have been rapid shifts in the relative positions of the modern-day geographic locations of the poles and the axis of rotation of a planet. For the Earth, such a dynamic change could create calamities such as floods and tectonic events. This type of event would occur if the physical poles had been or would be suddenly shifted with respect to the underlying surface over a geologically short time frame. This hypothesis is almost always discussed in the context of Earth, but other bodies in the Solar System may have experienced axial reorientation during their existences. [4]

A new study lends weight to the controversial theory that Earth became massively imbalanced in the distant past, sending its tectonic plates on a mad dash to even things out. The theory states that at times Earth's surface mass becomes imbalanced. The continents become dramatically offset from the planet's spin axis and so move rapidly to right themselves. [5]

Since the earth is a very fluid planet, and there were misconception in the past of a "flat earth" which I believe was more because of the topography, not the planet's shape. That is what I believe though, that all the land masses were at one time flat and connected. That after some cosmic interference that threw off the balance of earth, the lands caught up in the thrust shoving into other land masses forming hills, and mountains in some places, and in weaker areas, possibly areas with oil reservoirs beneath allowing the dislocation from surrounding land and sliding to a new area.

Perhaps the earth moved in waves indicated by the several layers in various areas of trenches around the earth, whether this was part of the "space travel" or partly from bombarding residue or other planets, sound waves, vibrations, something caused the earth to fracture and the land masses to relocate. [6]

I believe the impact caused land mass of the Gulf of Mexico area to break loose from the main land. The ocean trenches appear to indicate North America was possible located on the other side of the Pacific Ocean. [7] After the initial thrust, whether it might have been from the axis tilting or the waves moving the masses of land colliding and in turn thrusting smaller masses to move again. I'm still examining the trenches for those covered by other trenches to determine which occurred in what order to better understand the previous positions.

Once the GOM land mass erupted from the North American Continent, I believe it was hit or caught in a wave that sent it north, and that it occurred prior to the North American Continent sliding across the Pacific to the location it is today. I could be wrong, It is just that it seems there are more indications from the trenches that indicate the upward thrust in the Pacific Ocean than in the Atlantic Ocean. [8] Iceland has a clear marked trench in the Atlantic, but does not match the features, nor size of GOM. [9]

Greenland seems a good match for the land mass that originated from the GOM. [10 ] If you note the upward thrust of Mexico shown by the trenches in the immediate Pacific area causing the mountain range[11] and make allowances for the partial closing in of the gulf area. it is very close in shape of Greenland. And the size, considering the movement alone caused some distortion of the area, but the size and shape is basically very close.
[12] [13]

I also believe Greenland is the fabled missing main island of Atlantis, keep in mind that there are indications of multiple events of upheavals here on earth. More than one event, more shifts that move the masses of lands to new locations as earth balances on her axises. Europe is so large that I need more time to examine possibilities before speculating about it, other than to say it is possible a shift in it's position may have occurred when considering the map of Atlantis.

When viewing the map of Atlantis, note North is indicated to be at the bottom of the map. [14 ] Now, compare Greenland. Hmmm, quite similar. [15] The land of Greenland appears to have many canals, here is a picture of features being studied. [16] However, when viewing sometime ago, I found monuments at a bay area that made me think, "This could have been Atlantis." There is some type of distortion, probably from the north magnetic pole, and this is as clear of a picture as I was able to get. [17]

Now, I know some folks have their heart set on the Antarctica being Atlantis, but just look at the land masses and compare. [18] Determine for yourself.

 Quoting: Isis7


[link to www.divulgence.net]


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Watch the upper right corner of the satellite loop below. At 19:15 06 Dec 06 you will see the earth shift. You will also see another shift at 12:30 on Dec 04, 2006. In addition to the animations, still images have also been added to capture the moments.

If you are thinking it was just a simple glitch that caused the earth to jump off the template frame, you should also wonder why NASA & NOAA declared a historic solar flare trashed the entire GPS satellite system but all of the images of the sun have been deleted from the NASA, ESA & SOHO files. Consider all of the data, evidence & images as a whole; and read further about the GPS system failure and the elusive solar flare that ate it.

From the evidence so far, it appears the change to the earth's axis occurred in more than one smaller axis shift rather than all at once. The most significant shifts being on Dec 4 & 6, 2006 since this was the period of time which the GPS system failed across the globe

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HI *dim*

That was an excellent post and great research on page 1090 12/11/2010 5:56 AM
Kudo's to you :)

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Hi Krispy,

Awesome post by you on page 1090 12/11/2010 5:56 AM
I Fully agree with you when you said: "I dont think that it is only Synthia out there ...
Tiamat Amaru is not the same as Synthia."

Great to see active research on this thread again. That's wgat I loved about this thread.
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Oh Puleeese, whwere is the vomit smiley?
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Oh Puleeese, whwere is the vomit smiley?
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ROFL, it doesn't matter what I say or even how I say it, some will always find fault.

Forget the vomit smiley , you better go fetch a bucket so long, cause you going to need it. I Have alot more to say before the 19th of Jan, so keep your vomit bucket ready.
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IT’S NOT WISE TO FOOL MOTHER NATURE

[link to worldvisionportal.org]


It’s not wise to fool Mother Nature. Those who think they can get away with it will abruptly learn that payback can be more than they bargained for. That’s because nature will always retaliate in subtle retorts that shake the very foundations of this earth as well as life itself. Playing the role of Creator is a very dangerous game.

As part of their new logo and corporate image campaign, British Petroleum (BP) wants the public to think of them as their new slogan says, “Beyond Petroleum”. BP is far more than a simple oil company. What is revealed below regarding BP and their ‘beyond petroleum’ activities, both prior to and including their Gulf of Mexico catastrophe, will create a picture for the reader one pixel dot at a time. Once the person who reads everything presented here connects all the dots of the picture, it will be more than obvious that BP has tried to fool Mother Nature… and she’s retaliating with a vengeance that is affecting the entire world. This is a perilous game that has now gotten out of control. What began in the Gulf of Mexico, in February 2010, has now escalated into a man-made biological nightmare of unknown proportions.
SYNTHETIC GENOMICS

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

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

A central part of the deal between BP and Synthetic Genomics was to create biological transfer processes for crude oil that would lead to improved recovery rates. (1) Their goal was to develop new microbes with lab created genomes that would improve the flow of gas and oil out of a reservoir. For an oil producer like BP, more oil and gas being recovered from a source translates into more profits. This process is known as Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR).

MICROBIAL ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY

Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) is the use of micro-organisms to retrieve additional petroleum production from an oil reservoir. Micro-organisms are introduced into oil wells to produce by-products which help propel oil out of the well. Because these processes help to mobilize the oil and assist oil flow, they allow a greater amount to be recovered from the well. (2)

MEOR is a direct application of biotechnology. It uses biological materials - such as bacteria, microorganisms, and products of their metabolism - to assist the movement of oil out of a well. Other applications include genetic engineering techniques and recombinant DNA technology, which are used to develop new strains of bacteria with improved oil recovery traits. (3)

The micro-organisms can be applied to an entire oil reservoir where they grow between the oil and the well's rock surface to enhance oil recovery in the following ways:

Bio-surfactant Production – Microorganisms produce slippery substances called surfactants as they breakdown oil. Because they are naturally produced by biological microorganisms, they are referred to as bio-surfactants. Bio-surfactants act like slippery detergents, helping the oil move more freely away from rocks and crevices.

Reduction of oil viscosity – Oil is a thick fluid that is quite viscous, meaning that it does not flow easily. Microorganisms help break down the molecular structure of crude oil, making it more fluid and easier to recover.

Production of carbon dioxide gas – As a by-product of metabolism, micro-organisms produce carbon dioxide gas. Over time, this gas accumulates and displaces the oil driving it up and out of the ground. (3)

PATENTS PENDING

The BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance was centered on developing new micro-organisms with lab created genomes (synthetic DNA) to improve the outflow of gas and oil reservoirs. That alliance was publicly announced on June 13, 2007. As to what prior date the actual agreement was made is a corporate privacy matter.

However, less than two weeks before the public announcement, on May 31, 2007, US Patent application number 20070122826 was published claiming exclusive ownership of a set of essential genes and a synthetic "free-living organism that can grow and replicate" that is made using those genes. An international patent application at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO number WO2007047148, published April 27, 2007) names more than 100 countries where it may seek monopoly patents. (4)

The company that applied for the patents was the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI), a non-profit company founded by genetic scientist J. Craig Venter who also founded Synthetic Genomics, BP’s business alliance partner. Both are based in Rockville, Maryland. By no mere coincidence, Synthetic Genomics Inc. sponsors (pays for) fundamental research at JCVI. (1) Since BP has a developmental and research deal as well as an undisclosed amount of equitable stock ownership with Synthetic Genomics, it’s obvious who’s paying for the synthetic genetic research and results at JCVI.

Begin connecting the dots in order to see the picture.

BP WELLS AT MC252 GULF OF MEXICO

Since they were paying for genetic research to increase oil well flow and production, logic dictates that BP needed to apply a newly created micro-organism(s) produced by their alliance with Synthetic Genomics to the oil reservoir located beneath their Mississippi Canyon Block 252 lease in the Gulf of Mexico. According to BP’s submitted U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS) application, there were to be two exploration (not production) wells drilled and capped designated as Wells A and B. Exploration wells are commonly used to inject or introduce Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery micro-organisms and their nutrients into an oil reservoir for increased present and future production.

The first exploration well had been partially drilled by Transocean in October, 2009, but their Marianas semi-submersible drilling rig was damaged by hurricane Ida and was removed for repairs in late November, 2009. On February 3, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon semi-submersible rig commenced exploration drilling to complete the unfinished drilling operation of the Marianas rig. On February 13, 2010, BP informed the MMS that they were experiencing uncontrollable bursts of gas and large cracks at the base of the well. That was the reason they filed for and were granted a permit to abandon and cap the well the same day. (6)

Shortly after, Deepwater Horizon commenced drilling the other exploratory well for BP. We all know the result of the second drilling operation that destroyed the Deepwater Horizon rig on April 22, 2010. One fact that can’t be refuted regarding both exploratory wells is the extreme gas pressures coming from the oil reservoir and the resulting cracks on the ocean floor.

As noted above, MEOR micro-organisms can be applied to an oil reservoir where they grow between the oil and the well’s rock surface to enhance oil recovery. As a by-product of metabolism, micro-organisms produce carbon dioxide gas and this gas accumulates and displaces the oil by driving it up and out of the ground. At the same time, micro-organisms can break down the viscosity of the oil so that it’s thinner and can flow easier.

The published commercial goal of the BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance was to create new genetically engineered micro-organisms to increase the flow of oil. A public trademark of that research involves man-made genomes [synthetic DNA] controlling new artificial cellular organisms. Because of the vast estimated reserves of oil at MC252 in the Gulf of Mexico, the temperatures involved, and its extreme low oxygen depth, previous known or lab enhanced micro-organisms would not be effective in creating an increased flow of the oil.

One can only imagine what the results would be of a new MEOR synthetic bacteria that had a computer DNA designed capability to replicate itself rapidly in that extreme environment. The outcome would be unpredictable since it had never been tested in those conditions before… or had it?
Connect the dots to see more of the picture.

SAY HELLO TO SYNTHIA

In 2003, JCVI successfully synthesized a small virus that infects bacteria. By 2008, the JCVI team was able to synthesize a small bacterial genome. On May 6, 2010, JCVI revealed they had already created a self-replicating bacterial cell controlled by a chemically synthesized genome they named “synthetic Mycoplasma mycoides JCVI-syn1.0”. (7) This completely synthetic cell with its computer designed genome has absolutely no natural DNA. (1) The etc group from Canada named it Synthia and it contains added watermark chains to identify the genome as artificial. It also has antibiotic resistance indicators. (7) One can only speculate why this artificial bacterium has an inherent programmed capability to resist antibiotics.

This new life form has the ability to replicate itself and organically function in any cell into which it has been introduced. Its DNA is artificial and it’s this synthetic DNA that takes control of the cell and is credited with being the building block of life. This is the first self-replicating synthetic bacterial cell thanks to its computer generated DNA
. All of the funding for this came from Synthetic Genomics Inc (1), the company BP has a sizable equity position and alliance with. BP is definitely way beyond petroleum just as their new slogan publicizes.

Why watermark this artificial genome? Doing so makes it identifiable as the unique and patented (privately owned) asset it is. What happens if a human becomes infected with a life-threatening variant bacterial species of Synthia? If you use Penicillin to fight the infection, it won’t do any good. Antibiotic resistance is part of its DNA sequence, so any use of antibiotics would be a waste of time.
What would happen if mankind is contaminated by this self-reproducing artificial life form by contact or by breathing it? Would we become subjective to the DNA of the synthetic cells flowing throughout our bodies? Would the Synthia cells combine with other bacterium within us to create a new deadly bacterium? Since the micro-organism is created and gets its programming from computers, would we become subject to artificial electro-magnetic frequencies recognized by these genomes? There are a lot of questions that need to yet be answered. What matters most is this: Will we find out those answers in time?

Keep connecting the dots. The picture is starting to take shape now.

HOW DO WE GET RID OF ALL THIS OIL?

The oil is there deep in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s not going anywhere soon. It has a continual supply. There are no plumes of oil. There are deep lakes of it.

In a True News radio interview with Rick Wells on June 28, 2010, the late oil industry expert, Matt Simmons, stated “BP claimed to have the only technology to deal with this” when asked why the U.S. government wasn’t taking over the Gulf oil crisis. (8) Considering their three year alliance with Synthetic Genomics and the genetic creations they’ve made, it’s very possible that the U.S. federal corporation in DC was convinced that BP’s breakthrough genomic technologies were the better gambling odds. There had never been so large an amount of crude oil to deal with before.

For decades, scientists have eagerly pursued genetic modifications that would enhance natural microbial abilities to eat up oil spills on both land and sea. Even with DNA recombinants and bacterial gene splicing, there has been little positive success with improving on nature’s natural oil eaters. Although his announcement silently slipped past the ears of news reporters from around the world, JCVI and Synthetic Genome founder Craig Venter foretold of - and spoke openly of - just such an application on May 15, 2010 during the public announcement of what the press is now calling Synthia. He was referring to a Synthia based synthetic bacterial cell that would consume hydrocarbons more efficiently than any known natural micro-organism.

It’s worthy to note that one of the first patents on a genetically engineered organism was a hydrocarbon-eating microbe in 1980. Called the "oil eater," the microorganism was actually a naturally occurring bacterium that had been given four rings of DNA that were also naturally occurring. This gave the bacterium the ability to degrade four components of crude oil. (10)

Scientifically, there have always been problems with trying to take command of natural micro-organisms. They are too unpredictable in diverse environmental conditions. While they do their job well in certain conditions, they can become dormant in other ecological surroundings. Marine chemist Chris Reddy of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution said that microbes are a lot like teenagers because they’re hard to control. (5) In contrast, artificial microbial life forms like Synthia are completely controlled by their computer created DNA programming.

Microbial ecologist Kenneth Lee says that only microbes can remove the oil from the ocean and that bio-degradation is what removes most of the oil from the environment. History proves his statements are correct, but the time involved can span many decades and beyond. We don’t have that much time to deal with the oil in the Gulf.

Scientific American says “The last and only defense against the ongoing Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is tiny-billions of hydrocarbon-chewing microbes. In fact, the primary motive for using the more than 830,000 gallons of chemical dispersants on the oil slick both above and below the surface of the sea is to break the oil into smaller droplets that bacteria can more easily consume”. (5)

If there was only a super-high-efficient-micro-organism available that could do the job much faster and more efficiently (wink, wink).

Just a few more dots to connect and you’ll see the whole picture.

THE DISPERSANT FACTOR

It’s been puzzling to understand why BP has chosen to continually spray dispersants such as Corexit from airplanes and boats day and night since early May 2010. The spraying hasn’t just been over the Gulf, but along the coastlines as well. While it’s claimed that Corexit disperses oil by breaking it into smaller pieces, can this be the only reason for all this spraying?

In recent tests of rainwater originating from the Gulf of Mexico, natural mineral elements such as copper and iron were found along with nickel, aluminum, and manganese. (9) That’s very unusual for rain clouds originating from a saline ocean. The only logical explanation is that such elements were introduced to the Gulf water where they were drawn up by the rain clouds. The only way that could have happened is from aerial and surface spraying and/or below surface injection.

Are these ingredients of Corexit? Not according to Nalco, the manufacturer. Then these natural earth elements must be added to what is being sprayed along with Corexit, but why? What benefit is there to add elements like copper or iron to seawater? After all, these are natural elements and nutrients you would add to soil to make plants grow, so why add them to sea water?

Bacteria thrive in rich nutrient environments. Natural minerals are necessary building blocks for nutrients that bacteria thrive on. Think of it as hydro-fertilizing the Gulf to make it a better nutritional medium for hungry oil-eating bacterium. The so-called “dispersants” are not only breaking down the crude oil into smaller pieces, they’re adding needed enhancement minerals so that the bacterium can multiply more rapidly and eat up the oil faster. Such bacteria are called Bioremediators.
The dots are forming a big picture. You’re almost there.

SYNTHIA HAS A COUSIN

The only ingredient missing is a new and previously unknown genus of hydrocarbon-eating bacteria that can survive the cold water depths - where the lakes of oil and tar now sit - so it could degrade it faster than any known natural bacteria.

In a paper published in the journal Science, Terry Hazen and his colleagues at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory discovered in late May through early June 2010 that a previously unknown species of cold-water hydrocarbon-eating bacteria have been feasting on the underwater oil plumes degrading them at accelerated rates. (11)

We can now understand why, on May 15, BP/Synthetic Genome’s CEO Craig Venter hinted of a new hydrocarbon-eating synthetic genome. Prior to that date, JCVI had already applied for numerous additional patents (we were able to find seven) regarding synthetic bio-remediation, such as bacteria synthetic genomes which provide unique DNA information required for “replication of a free-living organism”. In layman’s terms, this means the BP and Synthetic Genome scientists had already created self-replicating bacteria “wherein the assembled DNA molecule is a [synthetic] genome” back in 2007. (13)

Just a few more connecting dots and the picture will be complete.

HURRICANES AND GENOMIC VACCINES

As I stated on WVP Radio during our premiere broadcast in August, there won’t be any hurricanes entering into the Gulf of Mexico this year. (14) There haven’t been and there won’t be. Otherwise, both the hurricanes and the jet stream will send the synthetic bacteria all around the world.


(Image Credit: [link to weatherunderground.com)]

They have to isolate their biologically created nightmare until they can either find a way to control it or create a synthetic genome microbial vaccine to neutralize its effects. Could that have been their plan all along?

On October 7, 2010, Synthetic Genomics Inc. [the BP equity investment company] and JCVI announced the formation of a new company, Synthetic Genomics Vaccines Inc. (SGVI). The privately held company will focus on developing next generation vaccines using JCVI's genomic sequencing and synthetic genomic expertise, coupled with the intellectual property and business acumen of Synthetic Genomics Inc., to significantly advance and enhance vaccine development. (15)

How amazing that the BP/Synthetic Genomics alliance now has its own vaccine company for patented immunizations. But at what cost to humanity? It’s very profitable to not only create synthetic bacteria but to also offer a vaccine in case there are any problems. When you create the bacteria and control its DNA, you also know how to shut it down. Surely, BP is far Beyond Petroleum.

“We are excited to apply our advanced synthetic genomics technologies to revolutionize vaccine production" said Fernanda Gandara, President of SGVI. (15) Yes Fernanda, I’m sure you and BP are very excited.

HUMAN EFFECTS

The ETC Group is an international civil society organization based in Ottawa, Canada. They recently stated in a press release that "Synthetic biology is a high-risk profit-driven field, building organisms out of parts that are still poorly understood. We know that lab-created life-forms can escape, become biological weapons, and that their use threatens existing natural biodiversity. Most worrying of all, Craig Venter is handing this powerful technology to the world’s most irresponsible and environmentally damaging industry by partnering with the likes of BP and Exxon to hasten the commercialization of synthetic life-forms."(12)

Now we have scientific confirmation of “a previously unknown species of cold-water hydrocarbon-eating bacteria” gobbling up oil in the Gulf. (11)

Nothing is known about how this new synthetic bio-remediation bacterium in the Gulf reacts with mankind. This is virgin and uncharted territory. We already know how sea mammals such as whales and porpoises have reacted. Those who haven’t escaped the affected areas of the Gulf have died… along with all other marine life and coastal vegetation. While human health effects from crude oil exposure are well known, the effects of dispersants containing oil-eating artificial bacteria are not known. It’s never been done before, let alone at the immense scale of operations now taking place.

There’s a reason the so-called “dispersants” are guarded by weapon-yielding soldiers and local armed law enforcement in warehouses and deployment yards along the Gulf coast. If a sample were to be analyzed by knowledgeable people, the biological and chemical anomalies it contains would be made public, right down to the unique DNA signature. BP keeps allowing their sorcerer’s brew to be called Corexit in order to hide the fact that it’s not just the name brand product any longer.

The physical symptoms of the BP Flu, BP Crud, Blue Flu, or whatever name you choose to call it, are as unique as the synthetic bacteria being used in the Gulf. Since mankind is carbon based, how do these synthetically created hydrogen and carbon hungry bacteria react to human flesh? Internal bleeding as well as ulcerating skin lesions are the physical signs of their computer created DNA signature.

BP and their paid minions have released a synthetic biological plague in the Gulf of Mexico and it’s out of control. The entire world is a victim of their greed and foolishness. By playing the role of creator, they have begun a very dangerous game with infinite repercussions for life as we know it.

Those who have permitted and agreed to this cover-up are just as responsible as BP. Those of us living on the Gulf coast must demand from every politician and government agency, from the national to the local level, an explanation as to why they allowed this to happen and why they are allowing it to continue. They are all responsible for lying to us and for covering up the truth.

Have you connected all the dots?

Do you see the complete picture now?


Colonies of the synthetic transformed bacterium


The Gulf Blue Plague Has Evolved


Notes:

(1) Synthetic Genomics, Inc. [link to www.syntheticgenomics.com] ; [link to www.syntheticgenomics.com] ; [link to www.syntheticgenomics.com] ; [link to www.syntheticgenomics.com] .
(2) Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery; Zinan Li’s Blog. [link to lizinan.wordpress.com] ... -recovery/
(3) Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery; BioBasics. [link to www.biobasics.gc.ca]
(4) The etc group, Canada. [link to www.etcgroup.org]
(5) Scientific American; May 25, 2010. [link to www.scientificamerican.com] ... oil-spills
(6) Rigzone; April 27, 2010, [link to rigzone.com]
(7) National Institutes of Health; National Center for Biotechnology Information. [link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
(8) True News Radio Broadcast, June 28, 2010, [link to www.youtube.com]
(9) Coastal Heritage Society of Louisiana, [link to chsl.webs.com]
(10) Genetically Modified Bioremediators, [link to www.answers.com]
(11) Duke University, Duke Environment, [link to www.nicholas.duke.edu]
(12) The etc group, Canada, [link to www.etcgroup.org]
(13) US Patent & Trademark Office, [link to appft1.uspto.gov] ... 0070122826
(14) World Vision Portal, WVP Radio, [link to www.blogtalkradio.com] ; [link to www.youtube.com]

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found the above interesting and am still trying to figure out what the heck is happening ....

some here have mentioned the 'barrier' .... perhaps this is to 'contain' these microbes in one area?

then, if these microbes eat and thrive on oil, and it has been introduced in the wells, will they eventually consume all the oil? (assuming that some of the underground oil reservoirs are all connected somehow)... how do they stop it?

I have loads more questions, and here is a 'curved ball'

due to boredom, I have been looking at these illuminati card games .... there are over 300 cards (bear in mind that these cards were released in 1995) ....

here are a few that I find interesting as could relates to the oil/synthia etc (also bear in mind that there is a card showing the twin towers being destroyed, that's why I am having another close look at some of these)

[link to media.adamdodson.org]

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One can never read and see this info enough !!!
Tnx for the work *dim*
hf
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Oh Puleeese, whwere is the vomit smiley?
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ROFL, it doesn't matter what I say or even how I say it, some will always find fault.

Forget the vomit smiley , you better go fetch a bucket so long, cause you going to need it. I Have alot more to say before the 19th of Jan, so keep your vomit bucket ready.
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Spill it out Aco :) (spill words ..lol... no OIL please, we have enough of that, and nasty bacteria too ...)
Why wait ?
Could you then please tell it in almost no code ?
Plain and understandable for all involved?



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Yes no code. That is something I never could understand. Why if ACO wanted to pass messages to others, use GLP there are much better ways. To me it feels like a big game. A self importance game. Oooooo they are talking code. just my quarters worth (inflation)rken
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Yes no code. That is something I never could understand. Why if ACO wanted to pass messages to others, use GLP there are much better ways. To me it feels like a big game. A self importance game. Oooooo they are talking code. just my quarters worth (inflation)rken
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Yes no code. That is something I never could understand. Why if ACO wanted to pass messages to others, use GLP there are much better ways. To me it feels like a big game. A self importance game. Oooooo they are talking code. just my quarters worth (inflation)rken
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I for one am thankful to receive information that might not have otherwise be seen or heard. Whether a game or not, the code relaying, some is just out of my understanding, but the rest has led me to investigate many avenues I would not have known of. So, I also appreciate that this is a very educational way to keep up with things not mentioned or greatly gagged on the major news stations. I also enjoy the shared comradeship of people around the world that partake and share on this thread. I've made lots of friends, and it is interesting to see different view points and opinions concerning what is the cause and effects we all will experience at some point.

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Hi everyone, catch up time.

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The use of code can be good, and in some cases absolutely necessary. Usually in some seemingly non-related forum such as a Hand Crafting forum where one would seem to be talking about building cement birdhouses and the code words would give it a completely different meaning. In a conspiracy forum the information can be put right out in front and few would pay any attention anyway. "Hide in Plain Sight"
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Acolyte has been talking about Astute having possibly been hit by the Chinese reverse EMP weapon a second or third time.
If Astute was rendered immobile by this weapon that removes all electrical activity, how did they keep the reactors cool if there were no working pumps on board? Back-up generators would similarly have been useless the second they came online. My understanding is that nuclear reactors have to have cool water pumped around them constantly, otherwise things get decidedly toasty.
I am not having a go at anyone here, least of all Acolyte, but this has been at the back of my mind, and was wondering if someone could clear this up for me. I may of missed something very obvious, thats already been posted.
Could the weapon of rendered the fuel rods inert as well?
Did the rescue tug get there quickley enough with pumping facilities? Is there a mechanical way of pumping coolant?
Can radioactive emmissions from fuel rods be reduced / stopped?
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They "Pull the rods" to slow the reaction down. It works like a throttle on any engine would work.
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They "Pull the rods" to slow the reaction down. It works like a throttle on any engine would work.
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Ah right, thanks Hans
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Mmmm...what's this all about?

China accused of secretly salvaging sunken British submarine containing 18 lost sailors

HMS Poseidon sank in 130ft of water on June 9, 1931, after a collision with a Chinese merchant steamer 20 miles north of the British naval base at Weihai.

Relatives and survivors had always thought the vessel remained on the sea bed along with the lost men.

But American historian Steven Schwankert claims the Chinese salvaged the vessel without fanfare in the early 1970s to test the skills of their naval special forces and newly formed underwater recovery units.

He has been investigating the fate of the Poseidon since coming across references to its salvage in an obscure Chinese magazine titled "Modern Ships" in 2005.

He says that while the submarine itself almost certainly went for scrap, there is no indication of what happened to the crew who did not survive.

The suggestion that a Royal Navy vessel containing the remains of its crew has been raised by China without the British government being informed has provoked concern in London and among the relatives of the dead.

A Foreign Office spokesman said the ministry was investigating the reports to try to confirm the fate of the vessel.

Captain Andrew Tate, Royal Navy attache to the British Embassy in Beijing, said: "Clearly if the submarine has been raised we would have expected there to have been some discussion with the United Kingdom and the Ministry of Defence and our concern would be over the bodies that still remained in the submarine."

Calls to China's State Council and the National Defence Ministry in Beijing were not returned.

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They "Pull the rods" to slow the reaction down. It works like a throttle on any engine would work.
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Ah right, thanks Hans
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Yes they do pull the rods but they still have to have water circulated around them constantly....
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They can stop the reaction with the control rods.
>The control rods are, in a sense, the dial by which the rate of fission is maintained within the core. When the rods are inserted completely into the core, most neutrons released during fission are absorbed, and no chain reaction occurs. As the rods are slowly removed from the core, the rate at which fission occurs increases. At some point, the position of the control rods is such that the 1:1 ratio of produced to used up neutrons is achieved. At that point, the chain reaction goes forward, releasing energy, but under precise control of human operators.

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Yes it is best to have water circulating but there are many safety features built in to nuclear reactors since Chernobyl.

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Espionage Act makes felons of us all.
It also criminalizes all casual discussions of such disclosures by persons not authorized to receive them to other persons not authorized to receive them–in other words, all tweets sending around those countless news stories, all blogging on them, and all dinner party conversations about their contents. Taken at its word, the Espionage Act makes felons of us all...

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The use of code can be good, and in some cases absolutely necessary. Usually in some seemingly non-related forum such as a Hand Crafting forum where one would seem to be talking about building cement birdhouses and the code words would give it a completely different meaning. In a conspiracy forum the information can be put right out in front and few would pay any attention anyway. "Hide in Plain Sight"
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Hans has it right! 'Tis the reason glp is popular for gaming and messaging.

Someone comes on and reads a little, then thinks, "They're all crazy, or a bunch of kids and they live in Mom's basement and have nothing better to do."

There is a lot which cannot be said in plain langugage. A good example is the code words and sign language that teens come up with to communicate with one another without telling the ol' folks what is going on.
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Mmmm...what's this all about?

China accused of secretly salvaging sunken British submarine containing 18 lost sailors

HMS Poseidon sank in 130ft of water on June 9, 1931, after a collision with a Chinese merchant steamer 20 miles north of the British naval base at Weihai.

..........more here
[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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My guess what's this all about:

Here is the date of the original story:

"By Julian Ryall in Weihai 6:43PM BST 12 Jun 2009"

The links shows it was recently published again on December 10, 2010.

From early in the thread, indication is that the UK is responsible for the sabotage of the DWH on April 20, 2010.

The underwater "evidence" is reported to have the signature "HMS" on its side.

If, as some want us to believe, the Chinese "did it," then the UK/BP players need a source for "HMS" on a sunk ship.
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I just looked at the Who's Here list. <crickets>
Did I miss a meeting?
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what is wrong with you people
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Please explain your question.
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Acolyte has been talking about Astute having possibly been hit by the Chinese reverse EMP weapon a second or third time.
If Astute was rendered immobile by this weapon that removes all electrical activity, how did they keep the reactors cool if there were no working pumps on board? ...... facilities? Is there a mechanical way of pumping coolant?
Can radioactive emmissions from fuel rods be reduced / stopped?
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Acolyte, Acolyte, Acolyte ...

the infamouse counter-intell covering for the Brits' screwups.

The only thing wrong with the Astute is the British. But ya know, they need a way to explain a $1.2 billion screwup when the commoners are freezing and tuition rates have been tripled.

"The circumstances surrounding the [grounding] incident have been investigated and the service inquiry has reported and is being considered. It is too early to discuss its outcome.

‘HMS Astute has been completing sea trials and has returned to port to have a minor defect corrected.’ "


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[link to www.youtube.com] had a blip so here it is if this has been posted sorry.. this is a good video for an amateur like myself to actually be able to follow some of you guys it's a nano video.

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World's smallest battery uses a single nanowire, plant-eating virus could improve Li-ion cells tenfold

[link to www.engadget.com]

When it comes to building better batteries, building electrodes with greater surface area is key, and scientists are looking to exotic methods to attract the tiny particles they need. We've already seen graphene and carbon nanotubes soak up those electrons, but the University of Maryland has another idea -- they're using the Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) to generate usable patterns of nanorods on the surface of existing metal electrodes. By simply modifying the germ and letting it do its thing, then coating the surface with a conductive film, they're generating ten times the energy capacity of a standard lithium-ion battery while simultaneously rendering the nasty vegetarian bug inert.

Meanwhile, the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT) at Sandia Labs was more curious how these tiny charges actually work without confusing the forest for the trees, so to speak, so a team of scientists set about constructing the world's smallest battery. Using a single tin dioxide nanowire as anode, a chunk of lithium cobalt dioxide as cathode, and piping some liquid electrolyte in between, they took a microscopic video of the charging process. See it in all its grey, goopy glory right after the break.


Carbon nanotubes run into magical polymer, become 'tougher than Kevlar'

[link to www.engadget.com]

By Darren Murph posted Dec 9th 2010 12:57AM

Much like graphene, carbon nanotubes seem to be hitting on all cylinders in the lab. Of course, we can count on one hand finger how many instances we've seen them making a difference in "the real world," but we aren't giving up hope just yet. Researchers from a cadre of universities have come together to solve one of the most nagging issues when dealing with carbon nanotubes -- in prior studies, the bundling of these tubes resulted in a marked decrease in strength, which in turn led to a profuse outpouring of tears. But thanks to a new approach, which mixes in a nondescript polymer, they've managed to conjure up a "a high performance fiber that is remarkably tough, strong, and resistant to failure." More specifically, the resulting material is said to be "tougher than Kevlar, meaning it has a higher ability to absorb energy without breaking." Notably, this material isn't stronger than Kevlar, as it's resistance to failure isn't quite up to snuff, but you can bet the gurus working on this won't stop until it is. And then, friends, we will have officially arrived in The Future.
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Would love to see this technology move into the guitar string industry. Not so much the so called nano wrap they put on some.

Rock!
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Carbon nanotubes run into magical polymer, become 'tougher than Kevlar'

[link to www.engadget.com]

By Darren Murph posted Dec 9th 2010 12:57AM

Much like graphene, carbon nanotubes seem to be hitting on all cylinders in the lab. Of course, we can count on one hand finger how many instances we've seen them making a difference in "the real world," but we aren't giving up hope just yet. Researchers from a cadre of universities have come together to solve one of the most nagging issues when dealing with carbon nanotubes -- in prior studies, the bundling of these tubes resulted in a marked decrease in strength, which in turn led to a profuse outpouring of tears. But thanks to a new approach, which mixes in a nondescript polymer, they've managed to conjure up a "a high performance fiber that is remarkably tough, strong, and resistant to failure." More specifically, the resulting material is said to be "tougher than Kevlar, meaning it has a higher ability to absorb energy without breaking." Notably, this material isn't stronger than Kevlar, as it's resistance to failure isn't quite up to snuff, but you can bet the gurus working on this won't stop until it is. And then, friends, we will have officially arrived in The Future.
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Maybe some of this stuff can be used to replace the Kevlar roof on the Minnesota Vikings' Metrodome.
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Carbon nanotubes run into magical polymer, become 'tougher than Kevlar'

[link to www.engadget.com]

By Darren Murph posted Dec 9th 2010 12:57AM

Much like graphene, carbon nanotubes seem to be hitting on all cylinders in the lab. Of course, we can count on one hand finger how many instances we've seen them making a difference in "the real world," but we aren't giving up hope just yet. Researchers from a cadre of universities have come together to solve one of the most nagging issues when dealing with carbon nanotubes -- in prior studies, the bundling of these tubes resulted in a marked decrease in strength, which in turn led to a profuse outpouring of tears. But thanks to a new approach, which mixes in a nondescript polymer, they've managed to conjure up a "a high performance fiber that is remarkably tough, strong, and resistant to failure." More specifically, the resulting material is said to be "tougher than Kevlar, meaning it has a higher ability to absorb energy without breaking." Notably, this material isn't stronger than Kevlar, as it's resistance to failure isn't quite up to snuff, but you can bet the gurus working on this won't stop until it is. And then, friends, we will have officially arrived in The Future.



Maybe some of this stuff can be used to replace the Kevlar roof on the Minnesota Vikings' Metrodome.
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