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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]
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 1085829



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?
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 1085829


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.’ "


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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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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On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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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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and clutches
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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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Cool vid!

I want one of the water filters shown at 8 on the video. Supposed to clean the tinest particles from dirty water. If so, then we can get water to drink that's been cleaned from BP's Corexit gloop and Venter's nano-Synthia.
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There has been discussion on the thread bouncing around an idea that the US military may be divided into two factions, and including the possibility of a 'coup' within the US military.

Below is a quote giving us the idea that there could be 'factions' within the Vatican. If so, might explain a lot of things about the seemingly inconsistentcy of groups in association with respect to the problem in the GOM and how to control the bio-technology which has been let loose.

"...my contact revealed to me that, inside the Vatican, there were two factions struggle over possession and control of this information, which was classified far beyond "Top Secret." "

[link to www.ufodigest.com]
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About the possibility of two factions in the Vatican, the following from a link provided by Acoylte gives support for an explanation.

The indication is we have a Vatican where control of a sizable part of the Catholic church is being attempted by the Chinese government.

[link to www.boston.com]

"China to choose Catholic heads; Vatican ties tense
December 6, 2010

BEIJING—China's bishops opened a meeting Tuesday to choose leaders of the government-backed Catholic church amid tensions with the Vatican after it denounced the recent ordination of a bishop who did not have the pope's approval.

The meeting to elect new heads of the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association and the Council of Chinese Bishops will be another source of friction because the Vatican disapproves of such assemblies, saying both organizations run counter to Catholic doctrine.

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Communist China forced its Roman Catholics to cut ties with the Vatican in 1951, and worship is allowed only in state-backed churches, although millions of Chinese belong to unofficial congregations loyal to Rome."
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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


Yes they do pull the rods but they still have to have water circulated around them constantly....
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Maybe a gasoline or diesel backup pump...

Just a guess...

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Subs generally have backups for everything, then backups for the backups. I imagine they are like aircraft with multiple redundant systems for everything.
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Wow, they seem to finally have destroyed the magic of this thread, thanks Psycholyte and her minions.....

so sad for all the lurkers
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Wow, they seem to finally have destroyed the magic of this thread, thanks Psycholyte and her minions.....

so sad for all the lurkers
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Don't give up AC. Not dead yet. I am researching as we speak. trouble is, everything I find is from a banned news organization.
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Wo sind denn alle?

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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]
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Ukraine to open Chernobyl area to tourists in 2011

KIEV, Ukraine – Want a better understanding of the world's worst nuclear disaster? Come tour the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. Beginning next year, Ukraine plans to open up the sealed zone around the Chernobyl reactor to visitors who wish to learn more about the tragedy that occurred nearly a quarter of a century ago, the Emergency Situations Ministry said Monday...
Read all about it here--> [link to news.yahoo.com]

It seems yesterday's disasters become today's Tourist Attraction.
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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]
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Good find hans. Just the tip of the ice berg I'm afraid. Exon valdeaz workers are all almost dead. How much exposer is to much. Are the residents of the gulf the walking dead. If your living their leave and do some detoxing. rken
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More problems for out Asian friends

China is Doomed!! Mongolia rises again!!! The Resurrection of Genghis Khan!!!!
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From the sky will come a great King of Terror.
To bring back to life the great King of the Mongols,
Before and after Mars to reign by good luck.


The Emerging U.S.-Mongolian Military Alliance

[link to www.stratfor.com]

Mongolia, U.S. Vow to Enhance Defense Cooperation

[link to www.mad-mongolia.com]

Mongolia: The Pentagon's Trojan Horse. US-NATO Partner Wedged Between China And Russia

[link to www.globalresearch.ca]


"Pan-Mongolism" and U.S.-China-Mongolia relations

[link to www.asianresearch.org]

U.S. and Mongolian Military Leaders Share Vision and Strategy at Senior Leader Seminar

[link to www.army.mil]

Thread: China is Doomed!! Mongolia rises again!!! The Resurrection of Genghis Khan!!!!

snip for op....China is doing it to itself and calling for its executioners. It's policies of ethnic cleansing, displacement, and imperial subjegation of non Han peoples is ensuring a bloody end to the current incarnation of China.

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This is an old article posted by sucha fail.

It is interesting, in that we can see much of what is believed to be happening today explained by Sucha Fail.

At least you can find real references to what he has written unlike some other poster I know. lol rken


December 22, 2004

Unknown Energy Surges Continue to Hit Planet, Global Weather Systems in Chaos

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to the Russian Academy of Sciences

An increasingly panicked global effort is now underway by the worlds top scientists to understand an unprecedented series of ‘blasts’, energy surges, which the planet has been taking from as an yet unknown source which has been bombarding Antarctica with cosmic rays and disrupting Northern Hemisphere weather systems on a global scale.

The first of these cosmic ray blasts occurred nearly 5 years ago and have been increasing in their frequency and intensity since the end of November. The once normally darkened skies of the Northern Hemispheres Arctic regions are now in twilight due to these blasts. Wayne Davidson, from the Canadian Government´s weather station at Resolute Bay, located in the Arctic Circle, says about this mysterious lighting, "The entire horizon is raised like magic, like the hand of God is bringing it up.”

On December 1, 2004 the largest recorded blast sent not only shockwaves through the world scientific community but also through the Northern Hemisphere resulting in one of the largest weather events in recorded human history when 86,800 square miles of China was shrouded in fog, bringing transportation systems (especially air travel) to a virtual standstill throughout the country.

As reported by the BBC in this article from October, 2002, “German scientists have found a significant piece of evidence linking cosmic rays to climate change. They have detected charged particle clusters in the lower atmosphere that were probably caused by the space radiation. They say the clusters can lead to the condensed nuclei which form into dense clouds.”



These German scientists from the from the Max Planck Institute of Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg go on to say that their measurements "have for the first time detected in the upper troposphere large positive ions with mass numbers up to 2500", and "Our observations provide strong evidence for the ion-mediated formation and growth of aerosol particles in the upper troposphere."

What they hadn’t expected to happen though has been the large scale occurrences of this over the past few weeks, to include China on December 2nd and 14th and then India on the 21st, which is due to both China’s and India’s reliance on fossil fuels and the continuing degradation of their air quality.

The effects of these blasts have also been felt throughout the rest of the Northern Hemisphere resulting in such freak occurrences as, hurricane force winds in Paris , Germany, Canada, Russia, England and the United States on an almost simultaneous basis. Accompanying these hurricane force winter winds have been the massive cold fronts following them dropping normal winter lows to record lows throughout the entire Northern Hemisphere.

Though not yet at a point to acknowledge this publicly, some of the world’s top scientists are beginning to see an astrophysical correlation between these cosmic ray blasts to our planet and an ever increasing number of global events relating to atmospheric explosions of inbound meteors, such as those in Indonesia, where a meteorite was picked up by their Air Forces radar, China, where a meteorite explosion turned ‘night into day’ and Washington D.C. where one police official stated, "It looked like a ball of fire falling out of the sky."

The world’s top scientists have begun coordinating with Dr. Eun-Suk Seo from the United States University of Maryland, and her team, in a ‘search’ for answers to the origin of these cosmic ray blasts directed from an unknown origin in space towards the South Pole and disrupting our global weather systems.

Under Dr. Eun-Suk Seo her and her international team’s direction NASA launched a stratospheric balloon on December 20th from Antarctica’s McMurdo base and have stated, “The balloon, following circulation of winds high, will sail around the ice continent for about three weeks. During this time, data of great scientific interest will be gathered. These data concern flows of charged particles of highest energy (cosmic rays) coming from Space.”

But as one Russian scientist said to us, and who wished to remain anonymous, “Why this game? We all know what’s happening.” an apparent reference to the fact though these events are well known to both world governments and the scientific establishments they are beyond the understanding of the general public at large.

Whatever the end results these experiments reveal for these scientists, it remains an undisputed fact that this world of ours is facing a type of global cataclysmic event buried in our common geological past, and maybe, as some social scientists report, in our common ancestral memory also.

© December 22, 2004, EU and US all rights reserved.

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Could you then please tell it in almost no code ?
Plain and understandable for all involved?

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I'm trying to Krispy :)

Below is a post from the briefcases thread two days ago:

(just a few simplified comments from the grapevine, my access is again limited at the moment, no code)

China has succeeded in convincing Obama(Missile launch Demo near the coast) to seize drilling for oil and thereby stopping any further interrupting and/or exiting of organism from doing its terra forming using mapped channels. Any method or action to try and puncture channels or divert channels(i.e use of drilling capsules) will result in immediate strategic asset elimination.

China is still poised to demonstrate their Reverse EMP capability again. (Previous warning/demo was with Astute)

Many nations are preparing and refocusing their defenses towards China using all means possible, including new and even untested military technology and applications. Again the main focus will be on Submarines and Satellites. Nations are scrambling to find/research for counter measures to combat China's Solar Initiation Module (SIM) or (SI.M)
Some nations are publically/politically(for show) allaying against China when in fact they planning to work covertly(now) and actively with China when the Events begins sequencing.

AIM has sent contingents to a large list of countries. Most significant are the 17(3 dormant) sent to US, 2 to UK(Royals), 2 to France, 8 to Russia to focus on high profile targets either through personal security, infiltrating and monitoring or elimination. Targets include Political and Financial Puppet Masters and Royals (Crown). No AIM has been sent to China. Active Mode operations will begin form the 19th of January and onwards while Infiltration and Inciting Operations are already ongoing.

Analysts are proof positive that the signal for all planned continental wars to start publically (not covertly as is currently the case) will be triggered on or right before the collapse of the US Dollar.
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Very interesting video. I couldn't find it if it has been posted before.

[link to www.youtube.com]

Good find hans. Just the tip of the ice berg I'm afraid. Exon valdeaz workers are all almost dead. How much exposer is to much. Are the residents of the gulf the walking dead. If your living their leave and do some detoxing. rken
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Anybody remember Manthatisi?


Cape Town - The woes of the Navy's SAS Manthatisi submarine, which has been out of commission for nearly three years, include fuses blown because someone inserted a plug in the wrong socket, Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu said on Monday.

"During a switch-over from shore to ship electrical supply, an incident occurred whereby an AC (alternating current) plug was incorrectly inserted in a DC (direct current) socket," she said in reply to a parliamentary question.

"This led to a number of fuses being blown (as with trip switches) protecting electrical equipment onboard from incorrectly phased electrical supply."

Fuses were blown in a shore supply box, and subsequently changes in design and operating procedure were made to prevent a repeat of the mistake, Sisulu said.

"The minor repairs that had to be effected to the outboard switchboard were completed shortly after the incident occurred, in excess of 18 months ago."

The incident was raised a month ago when the Navy's chief director of maritime strategy, Rear-Admiral Bernhard Teuteberg, told Parliament's portfolio committee on defence someone had connected wires "the wrong way round".

He said this had happened because the wires had not been marked properly but added that the person responsible had been disciplined.

Sisulu said the Navy had commenced the unprecedented process of doing an overhaul of the SAS Manthathisi - a five-year-old Type 209 sub-surface combat vessel - locally.

"Many elements of this process are unknown and infrastructure and training will need to be established in order to create a submarine overhaul capability in the country."

The Navy is currently drawing up a list of work that needs to be carried out during the overhaul, which it hopes to complete by 2012.

She qualified the overhaul as "minor", directly contradicting Teuteberg who told the portfolio committee in November that it was a "major overhaul" and "very, very complex exercise".

He also told MPs last month that a dire shortage of submariners had contributed to keeping the vessel out of commission for so long.

The Navy was rather concentrating on keeping two other submarines operational to train new recruits.

In addition, he said, the SAS Manthatisi had a problem with excessive hydrogen build-up in its batteries and sustained damage to plates when it was put to sea during a storm and knocked against the quay of the submarine pen.

There were plans to widen the entrance to the submarine pen.

Currently, the submarine was being housed in the Submarine Battery Workshop in the Simon's Town naval dockyard where it was being trickle charged to ensure that its batteries were maintained at operational levels.

It is to be fitted with new batteries after the overhaul to ensure a lifespan of at least a further eight years.
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Read LaViolette´s theory there

Some of LaViolette's work seems to validate what Sucha a Fail was saying.

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There´s alot of information at Enterprise on the Earth and other planets but it´s all stuff over my head, to scientific.

If anyone else wants to try to figure it all out and make it make sense here´s a link

"The fact that Earth and Mars are warming currently (dissipating more internal energy), and Jupiter´s GRS is simultaneously shrinking (from what would appear, paradoxically, to be less internal energy), is on the surface quite misleading. In Jupiter, the increased dissipation of "HyperD energy" currently appearing in the solar system (as heat) has resulted (as it has in Earth´s oceans) in an increase in the friction coefficient in its atmosphere. This in turn has directly reduced the size of the swirling Jovian atmospheric vortex called the Great Red Spot -- through increased friction! So Jupiter´s apparently contradictory behavior from the other planets (its long-term shrinking Spot) is actually totally consistent with the anomalous temperature (energy dissipation) increases measured for Earth and Mars ... and is also now Hyperd dimensionally explained."
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Could you then please tell it in almost no code ?
Plain and understandable for all involved?


I'm trying to Krispy :)

Below is a post from the briefcases thread two days ago:

(just a few simplified comments from the grapevine, my access is again limited at the moment, no code)

China has succeeded in convincing Obama(Missile launch Demo near the coast) to seize drilling for oil and thereby stopping any further interrupting and/or exiting of organism from doing its terra forming using mapped channels. Any method or action to try and puncture channels or divert channels(i.e use of drilling capsules) will result in immediate strategic asset elimination.

China is still poised to demonstrate their Reverse EMP capability again. (Previous warning/demo was with Astute)

Many nations are preparing and refocusing their defenses towards China using all means possible, including new and even untested military technology and applications. Again the main focus will be on Submarines and Satellites. Nations are scrambling to find/research for counter measures to combat China's Solar Initiation Module (SIM) or (SI.M)
Some nations are publically/politically(for show) allaying against China when in fact they planning to work covertly(now) and actively with China when the Events begins sequencing.

AIM has sent contingents to a large list of countries. Most significant are the 17(3 dormant) sent to US, 2 to UK(Royals), 2 to France, 8 to Russia to focus on high profile targets either through personal security, infiltrating and monitoring or elimination. Targets include Political and Financial Puppet Masters and Royals (Crown). No AIM has been sent to China. Active Mode operations will begin form the 19th of January and onwards while Infiltration and Inciting Operations are already ongoing.

Analysts are proof positive that the signal for all planned continental wars to start publically (not covertly as is currently the case) will be triggered on or right before the collapse of the US Dollar.
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More on cosmic rays and their effects on earth

alactic core outbursts are the most energetic phenomenon taking place in the universe. The active, quasar-like core of spiral galaxy PG 0052+251 (Figure 1-a), for example, is seen to radiate 7 times as much energy as comes from all of the galaxy's stars. Most of this is emitted in the form of high energy cosmic ray electrons accompanied by electromagnetic radiation ranging from radio wave frequencies on up to X ray and gamma ray frequencies.

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Connecting a few dots on the Gulf situation



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Connecting a few dots on the Gulf situation


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Nice vid Mud. I have seen this other places, but he ties it all together nicely. Cap and trade was supposed to be the monetary source or tax to support the new world order. It would seem to off the table at this time and is a major setback for their plans(illusion). But just like with the medical bill, they will put it in play any way they can. somewhere I read that Obama put the whole cap and trade issue in the EPA hands there by circumventing the need for legislation. Cap and trade would already seem to be in force in the US under this arrangement. So his conclusion to me does not make sense. I also have not seen a big push since the gulf disaster to sell cap and trade to the public. So it seem unlikely they did it for that reason. They have effectively convinced most that it is a dead horse, while all the time bringing it in through the back door. Oh they are slick. Could be wrong rken
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EPA Regulation

The EPA is preparing to start regulating greenhouse gases from power plants and oil refineries on Jan. 2. A U.S. Supreme Court decision in 2007 said the EPA had the power to regulate carbon as a pollutant under the Clean Air Act. Obama and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson have said they would prefer to tackle the issue mainly through Congress.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]

Obama Doesn’t Rule Out Bypassing Congress and Using EPA Regulations to Cap Carbon Emissions
Thursday, November 04, 2010
By Terence P. Jeffrey

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