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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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I'm hoping the birds found a safe haven elsewhere Woodie.

This from the National Geographic

[link to www.defendersblog.org]


edit:

Woodie,

You have a boat right?

I just found this on a calender of events,

Dec 16 9:00am - 4:00pm
Boating Advisory Council Meeting
FWC, 620 S. Meridian Street
Bryant Bldg, Rm 272
Tallahassee, FL


[link to myfwc.com]

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I'm hoping the birds found a safe haven elsewhere Woodie.

This from the National Geographic

[link to www.defendersblog.org]
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Maybe a hell of a lot further south, they are most certainly not here this year.
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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]

[snip]




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.
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There may be more to that than you think.
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I'm hoping the birds found a safe haven elsewhere Woodie.

This from the National Geographic

[link to www.defendersblog.org]


edit:

Woodie,

You have a boat right?

I just found this on a calender of events,

Dec 16 9:00am - 4:00pm
Boating Advisory Council Meeting
FWC, 620 S. Meridian Street
Bryant Bldg, Rm 272
Tallahassee, FL


[link to myfwc.com]
 Quoting: Isis7


Me boat is docked now my dear, maybe spring. Gotta bit of refinishing to do. X-mas presents first.
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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]

[snip]




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.

There may be more to that than you think.
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


Yes Sir Hans my man, Its not only the birds that really stand out this time of year, but a lot of other critters as well. Or, or just maybe... all them there birds are making a decade supply of pseudo chickens for thems bunkers.
Hmmmm
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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]

[snip]




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.

There may be more to that than you think.


Yes Sir Hans my man, Its not only the birds that really stand out this time of year, but a lot of other critters as well. Or, or just maybe... all them there birds are making a decade supply of pseudo chickens for thems bunkers.
Hmmmm
 Quoting: 6-String Woodie 992677


I had watched this video a bit ago, and thought about those nets used to catch the birds. hmmm

Haven't noted these last few months nets around the area, have you?

[link to www.youtube.com]


edit to say: After I posted this, I realized the birds would be captured long before they reached the gulf area, that is, if indeed something of this nature occurred.

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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]

[snip]




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.

There may be more to that than you think.


Yes Sir Hans my man, Its not only the birds that really stand out this time of year, but a lot of other critters as well. Or, or just maybe... all them there birds are making a decade supply of pseudo chickens for thems bunkers.
Hmmmm


I had watched this video a bit ago, and thought about those nets used to catch the birds. hmmm

Haven't noted these last few months nets around the area, have you?

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Nope
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DID CHINA TARGET ASTUTE TWICE OR IS THAT TRICE? LOL

(I Guess China decided to target astute twice ROFL, but it is just a guess on my part, I was expecting a target on surface or land ... I dont think this was it but maybe this was it or its still in the works. This is a follow-up on the Reverse EMP thread)

HMS Calamity: First it ran aground, then it collided with a tug. Now Britain's £1.2bn flagship submarine breaks down on its first day back in service

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

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(Possible AIM related, not confirmed, unencoded ratio)

[link to www.mailonsunday.co.uk]

'You've got to stop this war in Afghanistan': The last words of U.S. diplomat Richard Holbrooke before failed heart surgery

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(lets hope it doesn't suffer the same fate as HMS Astute)

UK to launch its biggest, deadliest nuclear submarine

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A nuclear reactor which can power a small city and guided­ missiles that can pulverise an enemy more than 1,000 miles away -- meet HMS Ambush, the Royal Navy's newest killer submarine.


The ‘super-sub’ can produce oxygen and drinking water from seawater to keep its 98 crew members alive in time of crisis.

More complex than the US space shuttles and able to circumnavigate the globe without surfacing, Ambush is 291 ft long, the same length as a football pitch, as wide as four double-decker buses and 12 storeys high.

Its nuclear-powered engine can propel her at more than 20 knots, allowing her to travel 500 miles a day, reports the Daily Mail.

And despite being 50 percent bigger than the Swiftsure and Trafalgar subs it will replace, Ambush is much quieter. Its propellers are the quietest ones, making less noise than a baby dolphin and undetectable to enemy vessels.



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DID CHINA TARGET ASTUTE TWICE OR IS THAT TRICE? LOL

(I Guess China decided to target astute twice ROFL, but it is just a guess on my part, I was expecting a target on surface or land ... I dont think this was it but maybe this was it or its still in the works. This is a follow-up on the Reverse EMP thread)


HMS Calamity: First it ran aground, then it collided with a tug. Now Britain's £1.2bn flagship submarine breaks down on its first day back in service

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

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There is no proof that the sub was targeted by anyone. One, twice or other wise. All supposition. rken
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Targeted by Bad Luck.
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Targeted by Bad Luck.
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Here is another article about it:

HMS Astute

[link to www.theengineer.co.uk]
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Nuclear submarine returns to base with fault
HMS Astute, the first of seven new Astute-class nuclear-powered hunter killer submarines, had to return to its base at Faslane after a minor fault was detected while it was undergoing sea trials on Friday 10 December.

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Sea Water Antenna

Sea water is pumped from the ocean into a stream and the width and length of the stream determine the frequency capabilities. An 80-foot-high stream could transmit and receive from 2 to 400 mHz with a relatively small footprint. The Sea Water Antenna is capable of transmitting and receiving VHF signals and has been tested at a receiving range of over 30 miles.

[link to www.core77.com]

I thought this interesting and might tie in with the GOM and our bacteria.rken
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A little more on the Synthia release


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Thanks for posting this vid MUD !
Gonna foreward it again on my sites.

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We were talking about this yesterday. Carbon taxes are here. EPA declares CO2 a dangerous pollutant. Hold your breath.
Thread: EPA Declares Human Breath A Pollutant
[link to www.thenewamerican.com]

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Sea Water Antenna

Sea water is pumped from the ocean into a stream and the width and length of the stream determine the frequency capabilities. An 80-foot-high stream could transmit and receive from 2 to 400 mHz with a relatively small footprint. The Sea Water Antenna is capable of transmitting and receiving VHF signals and has been tested at a receiving range of over 30 miles.

[link to www.core77.com]

I thought this interesting and might tie in with the GOM and our bacteria.rken
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Great catch! we discused (suspected the use) this way early in this thread ..

The gom like a giant antenna or magnet !!!

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a very interesting report on the Stuxnet virus

[link to taiaglobal.com]
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Sea Water Antenna

Sea water is pumped from the ocean into a stream and the width and length of the stream determine the frequency capabilities. An 80-foot-high stream could transmit and receive from 2 to 400 mHz with a relatively small footprint. The Sea Water Antenna is capable of transmitting and receiving VHF signals and has been tested at a receiving range of over 30 miles.

[link to www.core77.com]

I thought this interesting and might tie in with the GOM and our bacteria.rken


Great catch! we discused (suspected the use) this way early in this thread ..

The gom like a giant antenna or magnet !!!

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could tie in with the video I posted earlier as regards Green Peace using sophisticated acoustic systems on the Arctic sunrise ship in the gulf .... they said it was to 'listen' to whales/marine mammals



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a very interesting report on the Stuxnet virus

[link to taiaglobal.com]
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no real conclusion but interesting. Feels like something is missing in that report. Not sure if its on purpose or not. rken
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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
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I felt the same way, thats why I never quoted anything from it, and just posted the link
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It looks like some kind of a student paper, probably a Term Paper for some sort of IT related class.
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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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BP Well Could Still Be Leaking!

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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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I'm not sure if our electrical use is enough to affect the planet, but you have raised a real possibility. The MAGNETISM generated by electrical plants and huge motors in factories could certainly interfere with many natural processes. Could be the cause of the problems with 'missing' bees and the seeming difficulties of birds to navigate. I know when they cut down a bunch of trees and built all those homes behind
me, they ran high voltage power lines in. Those things generate a lot of noise in my ham radio and cuts down the range.
So yes, you are on to something here,Isis. All this electrical stuff could be doing unknown damage to the planet(s) which we will only find out after it is too late.

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Govt sues BP, 8 other companies in Gulf oil spill

The Justice Department on Wednesday sued BP and eight other companies in the Gulf oil spill disaster in an effort to recover billions of dollars from the largest offshore spill in U.S. history.
The Obama administration's lawsuit asks that the companies be held liable without limitation under the Oil Pollution Act for all removal costs and damages caused by the oil spill, including damages to natural resources. The lawsuit also seeks civil penalties under the Clean Water Act.
"We intend to prove these violations caused or contributed to the massive oil spill," Attorney General Eric Holder said at a news conference.
The federal lawsuit says inadequate cementing of the well contributed to the disaster. Similar charges were made by BP in its internal investigation, and by the independent presidential oil spill commission. But Halliburton Co., the contractor in charge of mixing and pumping the cement, is not named in the suit. READ MORE--> [link to news.yahoo.com]
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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.
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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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Very interesting video. I couldn't find it if it has been posted before.

[link to www.youtube.com]

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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.

There may be more to that than you think.
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Texas lurkers:

Were the migrating bird flyways over Texas busy this year?
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The Justice Department on Wednesday sued BP and eight other companies in the Gulf oil spill disaster in an effort to recover billions of dollars from the largest offshore spill in U.S. history.
The Obama administration's lawsuit asks that the companies be held liable without limitation under the Oil Pollution Act for all removal costs and damages caused by the oil spill, including damages to natural resources. The lawsuit also seeks civil penalties under the Clean Water Act.
"We intend to prove these violations caused or contributed to the massive oil spill," Attorney General Eric Holder said at a news conference.
The federal lawsuit says inadequate cementing of the well contributed to the disaster. Similar charges were made by BP in its internal investigation, and by the independent presidential oil spill commission. But Halliburton Co., the contractor in charge of mixing and pumping the cement, is not named in the suit. READ MORE--> [link to news.yahoo.com]
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Hmmmm

There is this thought:

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

and then there is this:

Thread: Homeland Security To 'Regionalize' Emergency Supplies Over Next 90 Days

Perhaps there isn't time for this to make any difference except to throw off the present pressure.

Will anything come of it?

Only time will tell.
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Sea Water Antenna

Sea water is pumped from the ocean into a stream and the width and length of the stream determine the frequency capabilities. An 80-foot-high stream could transmit and receive from 2 to 400 mHz with a relatively small footprint. The Sea Water Antenna is capable of transmitting and receiving VHF signals and has been tested at a receiving range of over 30 miles.

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I thought this interesting and might tie in with the GOM and our bacteria.rken
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Very interesting. Is this what whales are doing when they blow?
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RE: EMP


I just saw this elsewhere. I thought it extremely valuable info if he's telling the truth. Maybe some of you guys who know about EMP can weigh in on the subject?


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I've worked in EMP. I stood on the largest manmade wooden structure on earth called TRESTLE which was a bounded wave EMP simulator at Abuquerque, NM. I can tell you that for the most part EMP is 99% hype and 1% reality. We physicists hyped it to make work for ourselves. We scared the generals that their entire force would lose operational capability during an EMP event. We made millions and some of us had yachts we grew so rich off the scam. Then Hollywood picked up on our hype and started using it as a plot device in movies. So the now the public has this completely ludicrous idea that EMP is going to shut down all electronics. Its ludicrous if your really know the truth. Funny actually. It might take out some of the power grid and things hooked up to it like a lightning strike. Thats about it. Maybe.

My friend John, a physicist with a straight A transcript confronted them on it. He was a genius in physics and much too honest for government work, He told them it was all bullshit and they pushed him out because he was interferring with the scam. I left voluntarily because it was such horseshit and I worked in nuclear radiation from then on.

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