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Greetings dear friends hi

I'm baaaaack.

Good to be back online with me own machine.

Linux looks a bit odd but it's bulletproof I'm told.

Thanks to Ben who helped me revive my corrupted puter.

When one Windows closes, behold Linux doth open.

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Greetings dear friends hi

I'm baaaaack.

Good to be back online with me own machine.

Linux looks a bit odd but it's bulletproof I'm told.

Thanks to Ben who helped me revive my corrupted puter.

When one Windows closes, behold Linux doth open.

Life is good.


ura


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WooooooHoooooo! Welcome back, stranger!
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The Perfect Genetic Storm: Synthetic DNA and The Gulf Blue Plague

[link to blueplague.org]


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Thanks OiF hf
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Greetings dear friends hi

I'm baaaaack.

Good to be back online with me own machine.

Linux looks a bit odd but it's bulletproof I'm told.

Thanks to Ben who helped me revive my corrupted puter.

When one Windows closes, behold Linux doth open.

Life is good.


ura


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I too am running Linux after some monstrous virii. You have to do some different things to get some programs to load but that is what it is all about. If any nasties get in you have to have let them in.

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as a character witness to the reported sas involvement in the dwh i submit the following:


Two British SAS officers dressed up as arabs, drove around Basra, Iraq in a car fit with bombs and shot Iraqi Police in an effort to create a terrorist event to prolong the war...


[link to www.newworldorderreport.com]
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Simple question...

How are we supposed to get the new information on a page if we are not to use "refresh"???

I will say that I am guilty of refreshing the page after reaching the bottom and the page is not full...However I have not done it ten thousand or a thousand times in a row...

Tell me how to get the new information added to the page without refreshing...

Thanks...

Cz

PS When did Hawk O start talking for SHR...

I am just a reader here and occasional poster...But I do like this thread and will continue to read it as long as it is still valid...

Why is this thread such a threat???

Thanks in advance...

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I use the "search" feature to check threads to see if there has been postings since my last reading. No postee, no clickee. Also, the hit counter shows up on the "search" page and it's easy to notice heavy activity.

Last week, when mods took all pins off the board, the "search" feature was not working and for several days the only way to check for additional postings was to leave the thread on a window and click the refresh button.
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Why this de-rail now?

[08' its when you hit the refresh button. It registers as a new 'hit' for the page/thread, and is recorded as such. Technically we could all refresh the page a hundred times, and if there are say 10 of us doing so, then the page views would be 1000. Get it?]
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Hmmm...serious derailing happened just after Woodie posted. I would seriously have a deeper look into what Woodie is talking about to all of a sudden justify potential DELETING???!

I think we have hit a soft spot....
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.....



world wide screen. sats gun particles of holographic images at earths radiation belt for an awesome display ! best damn video show ever seen before. shown in great detail, so damn well even the depth looks real upon magnafication. dates are date event period of unknown event, but shall and will take place upon or during that period. my guess and only an opinion of such, is maybe it is the splashzone timeframe all are waiting on.

those sats up above, flashing yellow, green, blue, and red upon white are the holographic projectors. thats where the money went. would be just flippin awesome to see a music video beamed at it just for once, imagine that !

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 Quoting: 6-String Woodie 1211031



Hi Woodie, let us know if you have ideas what this is about:


FAA puts a bull's eye near that buoy off the Carolina coast that was going off last summer.

[link to www.engadget.com]

Here's the glp thread:

Thread: *** Breaking: FAA warns of ongoing GPS issues in southeastern US due to Defense Department 'tests' ***

Poster to that thread posted on p. 8:

"Also, I am not the person who posted about the buoy in the bullseye area of this government GPS testing in the berzerk thread, but I did post on many GOM threads about this particular buoy. In the earlier part of the summer the buoy was constantly showing high water alerts. Later in the summer it did not seem to be operational many of the times I checked. There also seemed to be an eddy of swirling clouds in the same vicinity when you looked at the NOAA weather maps from the Hurricane center page. It always looked like a strange swirling of clouds there most of this past summer, almost like a mini hurricane. I watched it constantly and it did not coincide with any type of weather pattern or storms."


Then more chatter with coordinates:

"The buoy that I talked about in that area was Buoy # 41424. The coordinates are 30.83N and 73.92W. The bullseye location on the map with the OP is stated as N304906 and W8802801. There has been no data from this buoy for a while now, or at least when I have looked and the message states there is "no data for the time period of 01/17/2011 0000 GMT - 01/22/2011 0000 GMT." This is the same message I saw continuously at the end of last summer.



Hmmmm, it's too coincidental that the buoy and the FAA coordinates are only minutes apart on the same latitude.

Kinda makes ya think they are shooting a line to catch anything running North and South."
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GE has a blank spot in the ocean floor at the coordinates for the FAA testing. Must be something down there for us'uns not to see.

There have been posters on other threads who think that the Cruise Ship, which nearly capsized near Antarctica a couple weeks ago, was being swamped by an unknown craft emerging from beneath the sea causing the huge waves in the area.


From over at "FAA warns of ongoing GPS issues in southeastern US ..."



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[link to maps.google.com]

Why is there a defect in this imagery?
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An entire grid _ the bullseye of the test zone - replaced with fake blue.


and then this suggestion:


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That spot on the map shows exactly where the second portal will open. The first one is already open in Aden Gulf"
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Why this de-rail now?

[08' its when you hit the refresh button. It registers as a new 'hit' for the page/thread, and is recorded as such. Technically we could all refresh the page a hundred times, and if there are say 10 of us doing so, then the page views would be 1000. Get it?]
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hmmm...serious derailing happened just after Woodie posted. I would seriously have a deeper look into what Woodie is talking about to all of a sudden justify potential DELETING???!

I think we have hit a soft spot....
 Quoting: <John 3:16>



I talk to a lot of different people about subject matter on this board, just to get feedback for how people think, or whether they are informed.

Generally, most folks are not particularly informed, and/or do not have much to say about current events.

The one subject that they all have heard something about on msm is the subject of "aliens" from outer space and they wonder what is the reason for this sudden attention to alien "ET" interaction. Everybody I've talked to has noticed significant attention to the subject on ET on teevee and print media.

We have certain posters to this thread, who for months now, have written that the alien ET's did it, meaning that ETs are responsible for the mess in the GOM and the animal dieoffs, or whatever else is wrong.

It certainly appears that we are being prepared for the ultimate laser light show, as holographic ET space craft invade the earth.

"They" want you to grab your bug-out bag and ruunnnnnn....
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Well, if they"re wanting us to bug-out, then I"ll just have to stay & meet the neighbors!
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while you were looking the other way.........



U.S. Supreme Court Declares Constitution is Void In Courtroom

"ATLANTA, Jan. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark decision that serves to allow judges to void the Constitution in their courtrooms. The decision was issued on January 18, 2011, and the Court did not even explain the decision (Docket No. 10-632, 10-633, and 10-690). One word decisions: DENIED."

[link to www.newworldorderreport.com]

another piece of news read and forgotten in the age of the info blitz??

if there was ever a crossroads, a defining point in history that will be talked about by historians alike, it is the above

and we today brush it off as another piece of news lost in the wilderness of the media frenzy
 Quoting: dhlos 1239420


Thank you Dhlos for bringing this up....but once again...did it get any attention...even here on bezerk? sad, so sad...This is the basics even for the situations in the gulf...re: sickness/loss of life/loss of homes/loss of income vs BP.....plotted and planned...so when no lawsuits against BP get any traction, at least we will know why.....breezy
 Quoting: breezy

Saw this on a different thread a few days ago.
I was hoping someone with better research skills than I would verify if indeed these are facts and not disinfo meant to mislead. I couldn't find the case listed among what was publicly posted cases for the past month. Can someone else check it out?
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I too am running Linux after some monstrous virii. You have to do some different things to get some programs to load but that is what it is all about. If any nasties get in you have to have let them in.

Last Edited by Hans The Magnificent on 1/22/2011 at 9:05 PM


This is from what I can remember - NexusEd should be able to correct me and fill in the gaps, as I am sure (as my memory allows) that I got this info from Nexus Magazine........

'Way back in the mists of time, when computers took up whole buildings, and used the power of a small town, a smart programmer in the USA invented a piece of software called ‘Prometheus' or something similar. This would open a back door into the operating system, so a 'Law enforcement agency' could monitor the bad guys.

Well, this chap took his program to the FBI, and guess what? Got chucked into the slammer, no charges, no trial, no contact - makes Gitmo look a nice place (they finally let him out a couple of years ago).

The FBI sold/gave the program to their friends, the letter agencies, and to a couple of sister agencies at the east end of the Mediterranean ocean.

Since then, Uncle Sam has made ALL operating-system suppliers install this into their products.

And recently, the German government had Micro$oft add in another (4th) ‘hole’ to their offerings.

I wonder where and how all these computer viruses get in (wearing top hats and not ducking)??

Anyone analysing the operating systems would be able to find these holes, and there are some bright kids out there who don’t work for the authorities.


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There was no oil spill, they are using the spill as a distraction as they attempt to drill a pressure relief tunnel from yellowstone to stop the caldera from bursting and causing a 20 year dark ice age for the entire planet. This is a multinational operation to try and save humanity, but mostly redirect the catastrophe away from the US. The GOM was the best proximity for a massive lava/methane release to come later this year






Look at satellite pics and do your homework. The govt bought huge installations for drilling every 200 miles on a straight line course from yellowstone to GOM over the last 2 years. The estimate is that this project will cost well over $8 trillion. I'm only releasing this now because they are about to pop the cork this year into next. This was globally funded although US took the brunt hence the market collapse. The US will say it was a methane burst when it goes, but its not.






Did not see this posted, yet, sorry if I missed it. It is a TOTALLY different theory. Are there any thoughts out there?


It does seem almost plausible. Almost too plausible.
 Quoting: Pondering Mightily

Just this first statement, the way it is stated. Sorry, I'm not buying no spill in Gulf of Mexico. The GE (google earth) prior to this latest updated version showed spills/leaks occurring all over the GOM. Mainly in the area indicated in the video where the volcano is located.
Did they use one for the purpose of putting the spotlight on an area of less concern or to keep attention diverted? Possibly
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Greetings dear friends hi

I'm baaaaack.

Good to be back online with me own machine.

Linux looks a bit odd but it's bulletproof I'm told.

Thanks to Ben who helped me revive my corrupted puter.

When one Windows closes, behold Linux doth open.

Life is good.


ura


chorus


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 Quoting: Ahim-sa

hi

Hi Ahim-sa, welcome back.

I was temporarily on bancation myself, but I'm back in the fold again.

Congrats on the new puter set-up.

edit to finish statement. lol

Last Edited by Isis7 on 01/22/2011 10:24 PM
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Greetings dear friends hi

I'm baaaaack.

Good to be back online with me own machine.

Linux looks a bit odd but it's bulletproof I'm told.

Thanks to Ben who helped me revive my corrupted puter.

When one Windows closes, behold Linux doth open.

Life is good.


ura


chorus


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 Quoting: Ahim-sa

hi

Hi Ahim-sa, welcome back.

I was temporarily on bancation myself, but I'm back in the fold again.

Congrats on the new puter set-up.

edit to finish statement. lol
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Not panacea by a long shot. I keep getting kicked off and am obliged to reload browser each time.

Crazy but connected.





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Aco just posted this on the briefcase thread.


(Sorry for the delay, below is a another part of the final burst. This burst is a shortened version (the complete one to follow as I have to verify a certain situation). This time I've mixed the code with the interpretation as I did with the first one in an effort to help the readers here (GLP)( I Noticed that there was no attempt made on the previous one to analyze or decode it)

GoodDay, use :. . key.; unavoidable delay in burst post and in AIM operations due to,. Chinese Delegation insisting on an inspection of captured/stolen Crystalline CODINg Device in underground facility in Chicago on the 144 Grid. The Chinese want it back but they have now seen for themselves that the device cannot be moved from its current location, even if its off with two degrees they still expect the signal to to be received and controlled. DracO have again x2 threatened/warned WHO/POTUS that any interference in the solar/cosmic trigger or normal S.IM harmonic oscillation will result in immediate retaliation with YellowStone as immediate first strategic strike target. VArious reports surfacing of Out-going leaders beings "abducted" and shown the outcome/future.(translation problem). As the Moon is shrinKing and its gravitational effect lessonsss sub surface waterrr is rising up. .. Speculation is rife that the earth will return to a wattTer planet. MugaBE has a secret. a copper shielding secret. AIM operatives have silenced/poisoned him. (translation problem with key . :: not effective on new spectrum). Noted consequences are manifesting. Currently the threat is from beneath and not from above as already mentioned on key day and algorithm. Water tables are connecting horizontally, where the organism is present splasZones. : are emitting the TI frequency. . Te reports are coming in of a calling for a massive renewed effort/use of drilling capsules to inject empirical calibrators within pipes and entrances.. :STB for memo on GirlFriends actions and further part of this burst;
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Last Edited by option8 on 01/22/2011 11:17 PM
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while you were looking the other way.........



U.S. Supreme Court Declares Constitution is Void In Courtroom

"ATLANTA, Jan. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark decision that serves to allow judges to void the Constitution in their courtrooms. The decision was issued on January 18, 2011, and the Court did not even explain the decision (Docket No. 10-632, 10-633, and 10-690). One word decisions: DENIED."

[link to www.newworldorderreport.com]

another piece of news read and forgotten in the age of the info blitz??

if there was ever a crossroads, a defining point in history that will be talked about by historians alike, it is the above

and we today brush it off as another piece of news lost in the wilderness of the media frenzy
 Quoting: dhlos 1239420


Thank you Dhlos for bringing this up....but once again...did it get any attention...even here on bezerk? sad, so sad...This is the basics even for the situations in the gulf...re: sickness/loss of life/loss of homes/loss of income vs BP.....plotted and planned...so when no lawsuits against BP get any traction, at least we will know why.....breezy
 Quoting: breezy

Saw this on a different thread a few days ago.
I was hoping someone with better research skills than I would verify if indeed these are facts and not disinfo meant to mislead. I couldn't find the case listed among what was publicly posted cases for the past month. Can someone else check it out?
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This basically a BS story. Read the link. Nothing new. They have been doing this all along. Its basically because very few people have standing under constitutional law. Contract law supperceeds the constitution where a contract is in force. Unfortunatedly almost all US citizen have contracted with the FED and the US Corp. Hence the constitution has very little value in todays court systems.rken
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Thanks option8. Well, this clarifies some things.
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A small detail possibly unnoticed by some was the statement in the second burst -

"Girlfriend is out".

Out of a situation? Out of the RRRs as well? Out in the open? Out of the office?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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I too am running Linux after some monstrous virii. You have to do some different things to get some programs to load but that is what it is all about. If any nasties get in you have to have let them in.

Last Edited by Hans The Magnificent on 1/22/2011 at 9:05 PM


This is from what I can remember - NexusEd should be able to correct me and fill in the gaps, as I am sure (as my memory allows) that I got this info from Nexus Magazine........

'Way back in the mists of time, when computers took up whole buildings, and used the power of a small town, a smart programmer in the USA invented a piece of software called ‘Prometheus' or something similar. This would open a back door into the operating system, so a 'Law enforcement agency' could monitor the bad guys.

Well, this chap took his program to the FBI, and guess what? Got chucked into the slammer, no charges, no trial, no contact - makes Gitmo look a nice place (they finally let him out a couple of years ago).

The FBI sold/gave the program to their friends, the letter agencies, and to a couple of sister agencies at the east end of the Mediterranean ocean.

Since then, Uncle Sam has made ALL operating-system suppliers install this into their products.

And recently, the German government had Micro$oft add in another (4th) ‘hole’ to their offerings.

I wonder where and how all these computer viruses get in (wearing top hats and not ducking)??

Anyone analysing the operating systems would be able to find these holes, and there are some bright kids out there who don’t work for the authorities.


The 3 greatest lies in history:-
#1 - I'm from the Government, I'm here to help you...

flush 1dpanic stir
 Quoting: Eagle'sWings


If memory serves, that software is named Promis - yeppers, nasty action to steal that one. Creeped me out.
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A small detail possibly unnoticed by some was the statement in the second burst -

"Girlfriend is out".

Out of a situation? Out of the RRRs as well? Out in the open? Out of the office?
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out of the closet???
secrets
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Where are the splashzones?????????????????????
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Where are the splashzones?????????????????????
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Dont look now......but there's one just over there....
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Where are the splashzones?????????????????????
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The following is what I have been able to piece together, and it is my opinion, based on what has been revealed.

Splashzones are where the organism is able to reach the surface through a high water table.

The organism is moving in the underground aquifiers, and linking and infecting water supplies throughout the world.

When it can reach the surface, it is able to affect the ecosystem.


Any creature that would drink or live in that water would be exposed.

Washing or splashing in it would not necessarily affect them, but ingestion of some sort very well may.


Animals that live in the water, like fish, would be susceptable, as would birds that flock together and stop at the same water hole.

Fish would not be affected all at the same time, even in the same body of water, as rainfall, snowmelt, and unaffected springs would cause dilution. Also, the organism may live in "blooms" in the water body, as it would concentrate around whatever food supply it eats.


Fish, fowl, or beast that drinks that part of water with a concentrated organism would be infected.

Aco mentioned that the poo, or effluent of the organism is incredibly toxic. Even if the organism itself is not deadly, then the concentration of toxic poo water that would be in and around one of these 'blooms' would be highly dangerous for fish and all animals.

Using the above concept, It would not be too hard to see how just one large flock of birds would fall out of the sky near the same time if they drank water at the same time. Also, it is easy to follow how this would affect schools of fish in only sections of water bodies or rivers. It would basically be very problematic for any water based land creature, such as frogs, allegators, crocodiles, seals, etc.

The toxic poo could end up in our treated water supplies in smaller concentrations, slowly building the toxicity levels, even to the point of affecting out DNA, causing such things as severe illnesses, or unknown and severe cases of cancers in nearly everyone.

As far as 'off the grid' water suppies, such as wells, Then it is anyones guess as to the concentrations and safety of that.


Going further, the statements made of a 'rising water table' would be interesting, and would only exacerbate the release of the organism on the earths surface, but I have not had the time to investigate if this is happening.

Last Edited by Housedad on 01/23/2011 01:10 AM
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I think the answer is far more mundane, HD. The USDA has admitted responsibility for the kills:

[link to foodfreedom.wordpress.com]
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Yes, that does cover some of the animal kills.


Not all, though. Several animal types in the dieoffs are not what the USDA would target, and there are many dieoffs in other countries around the world where the USDA could not do anything. No, only a fraction could be blamed on the USDA and it's programs.


In any case, I presented my opinion of what is going on based on what information is given by op, acolyte, rrr or what have you about the organism and it's relation to what the splashzones are.


(As an aside, I find it interesting that the people writing the articles you posted are acting as if the destroying of the animals in the lists are always a terrible thing. They are big to point out the Cowbird, where the US gov declared it killed over a million of them, nationwide. Kansas alone has 10's of millions. Because of the way they insert their eggs into other bird species nests, they are actually causing the other bird species to decline. The GOvernment is losing the battle with the cowbird, as they are not killing nearly enough of them.)
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I'm an infrequent visitor to this thread. If I had bookmarked, I would be here more often but since I haven't, I've wondered around looking for this thread and unable to find it on many occasions over the past weeks.

This is my take on what we know and what we don't know. The lifeform we are looking for is blue/green algae which will be developed as a source of ethanol and farmed across the GOM

Via: Globe and Mail:

In September, a privately held and highly secretive U.S. biotech company named Joule Unlimited received a patent for “a proprietary organism” – a genetically adapted E. coli bacterium – that feeds solely on carbon dioxide and excretes liquid hydrocarbons: diesel fuel, jet fuel and gasoline. This breakthrough technology, the company says, will deliver renewable supplies of liquid fossil fuel almost anywhere on Earth, in essentially unlimited quantity and at an energy-cost equivalent of $30 (U.S.) a barrel of crude oil. It will deliver, the company says, “fossil fuels on demand.”

We’re not talking “biofuels” – not, at any rate, in the usual sense of the word. The Joule technology requires no “feedstock,” no corn, no wood, no garbage, no algae. Aside from hungry, gene-altered micro-organisms, it requires only carbon dioxide and sunshine to manufacture crude. And water: whether fresh, brackish or salt. With these “inputs,” it mimics photosynthesis, the process by which green leaves use solar energy to convert carbon dioxide into organic compounds. Indeed, the company describes its manufacture of fossil fuels as “artificial photosynthesis.”

Joule says it now has “a library” of fossil-fuel organisms at work in its Massachusetts labs, each engineered to produce a different fuel. It has “proven the process,” has produced ethanol (for example) at a rate equivalent to 10,000 U.S. gallons an acre a year. It anticipates that this yield could hit 25,000 gallons an acre a year when scaled for commercial production, equivalent to roughly 800 barrels of crude an acre a year.

By way of comparison, Cornell University’s David Pimentel, an authority on ethanol, says that one acre of corn produces less than half as much energy, equivalent to only 328 barrels. If a few hundred barrels of crude sounds modest, recall that millions of acres of prime U.S. farmland are now used to make corn ethanol.

Joule says its “solar converter” technology makes the manufacture of liquid fossil fuels 50 times as efficient as conventional biofuel production – and eliminates as much as 90 per cent of carbon dioxide emissions. “Requiring only sunlight and waste C0{-2},” it says, “[this] technology can produce virtually unlimited quantities of fossil fuels with zero dependence on raw materials, agricultural land, crops or fresh water. It ends the hazards of oil exploration and oil production. It takes us to the unthinkable: liquid hydrocarbons on demand.”

The company name honours James Prescott Joule, the 19th-century British scientist. Founded only four years ago, it has begun pilot-project production in Leander, Tex. Using modular solar panels (imagine an array of conventional panels in a one-acre field), it says it will quickly ramp up production this year toward small-scale commercial production in 2012.

Joule acknowledges its reluctance to fully explain its “solar converter.” CEO Bill Sims told Biofuels Digest, an online biofuels news service, that secrecy has been essential for competitive reasons. “Some time soon,” he said, “what we are doing will become clear.” Although astonishing in its assertions, Joule gains credibility from its co-founder: George Church, the Harvard Medical School geneticist who helped initiate the Human Genome Project in 1984......................................


So there you have it. A time/space shifter and we aren't even there yet.
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That's some good thinking HD. But personally, it doesnt resonate with me.

The early reports of vertical and horizontal 'splashzones' within water, at depth suggests different behaviour of the organism. At least a different 'intent'. It is afterall, intelligent.

The intelligence may be that it is itself sentient, but could also be controlled via. sentient beings or a being - that being Earth. (think white blood cells and the brain)

It is there not by chance, but for a specific reason and task.

As for GoM, it would appear to be there for repair of the sea floor and to rid the pockets beneath the GoM of the artificial methane build up due to the Venter creations injected in to the wells across the GoM. (and inland)

So the toxic poop would suggest that it is the waste from the process of repair. Venter's frankenstein life being processed and killed off is the toxic remains.
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I'm an infrequent visitor to this thread. If I had bookmarked, I would be here more often but since I haven't, I've wondered around looking for this thread and unable to find it on many occasions over the past weeks.

This is my take on what we know and what we don't know. The lifeform we are looking for is blue/green algae which will be developed as a source of ethanol and farmed across the GOM

SNIP

Joule acknowledges its reluctance to fully explain its “solar converter.” CEO Bill Sims told Biofuels Digest, an online biofuels news service, that secrecy has been essential for competitive reasons. “Some time soon,” he said, “what we are doing will become clear.” Although astonishing in its assertions, Joule gains credibility from its co-founder: George Church, the Harvard Medical School geneticist who helped initiate the Human Genome Project in 1984......................................

So there you have it. A time/space shifter and we aren't even there yet.
 Quoting: cygnid 1180544

Hi Cygnid, thanks for the post. A few people have commented on the algae farming for fuel, and even food. Also a use as a massive heat generator via the algae, bacteria dn the oil/tar reef.

I see you have highlighted the solar converter in the sentence, but how have you jumped from fuel to time/space shifter? I dig the idea, but dont get the how?
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SNIP
(As an aside, I find it interesting that the people writing the articles you posted are acting as if the destroying of the animals in the lists are always a terrible thing. They are big to point out the Cowbird, where the US gov declared it killed over a million of them, nationwide. Kansas alone has 10's of millions. Because of the way they insert their eggs into other bird species nests, they are actually causing the other bird species to decline. The GOvernment is losing the battle with the cowbird, as they are not killing nearly enough of them.)
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That same thinking can be applied to the GoM, and indeed Earth itself in the changes we are experiencing. We do tend to worry about our own species the most, but in the intergalactic space/time scheme of things...

...then again, maybe WE are more important to the Galaxy than we know.
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