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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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That's assuming the increase in volume of the planet is uniform, and happens uniformly in an instant, or over a period of time.

What if the growth is localised and fast? Making an egg shape for simplicities sake, which then over time, as centrifugal forces act on it, settles in to a more spheroid shape.

The growth may not be uniform at all, so if it happened at the deepest point of the Earth, the total water depth would reduce wouldnt it?

Dont you just love thinking about this stuff!!??
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The earth is actually quite oddly shaped: [link to prenerk.wordpress.com]
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No, you are wrong. I have a small globe right in front of me and it is perfectly round and smooth.

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"Dolphins are the new canary-corexit use continues"
Dolphins continue to die in the gulf. If corexit use continues dolphins will cease to exist, not to mention what it is doing to humans.

[link to www.uniteandstate.com]

[link to www.wlox.com]


"These animals are top of the food chain. They're mammals like you and I. They give birth to babies and are given milk, so they are good biological indicators of the environment. So ultimately, what happens to them will happen to us. So basically, they are the canary in the mine."




Thread: Dolphins are the new canary-corexit use continues
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They killed Flipper.

That's homicide brother.

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@Oniongrass, Krispy, BHD and all - The Eapanding Earth.

You have all made some very good points, but maybe we all need to look further (and backwards) for another 2 or 3 'ideas'.

The first I will throw into the pool is James Churchward's 'Lost Continent of Mu, the Motherland of Man' in where he talks about a massive (well, 3 large islands) area of land in what is now the Pacific ocean. This land mass sank a few thousand years before Atlantis.

Reference is also made to this land by George Hunt WIlliamson in 'Secret Places of the Lion' where he talks about both these lands sinking below the waves.

These works were written on the premise (now proved) that the upper crust of the Earth (Gaia) is like a sponge. In many places it had large gas pockets, often being in q few layers. If one or more of these pockets bursts (what is a volcano?), then the gas is released, and the land above it sinks down into the hole.

I was told years ago by a highly qualified geologist that it is a known (but not made public) fact that most of New Zealand is sitting over a gas bubble that is 20 Kilometers in height. Some of this gas is venting through the volcanos there, but if it burst, most of the land would sink into a massive hole.

If we take the bubble 'theory' onto account, then the 'expanding Earth' theory makes a lot more sense, and it also logically answers some of the unanswered questions from those thoughts.

Gaia is alive and changing, and occasionally she needs to have a good shake to ease the 'itches' that have built up on her skin. (Are we fleas???)

Bezerk ON!!

hf
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sorry, my internet connection crashed (via sattelite - translate, 2 tins connected by wet string)1dunno1, so this got sent again

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sorry, the internet connection crashed, so this got sent again

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Thanks ISIS and BHD.

Here is some new news not being mainstreamed.
(nothing new about that)

With this info I think about ISIS and her Sea level map.

The Intercoastal Waterways and More so than ever, the inner State water ways and canals are rising in areas of Florida.

In as little as the past 20 days, the over all level of increase is 1.5 to 7.0 inches. Yes "7" !

I have personally notice a change, so I set out to a river I am partial to fishing in, and behold, at my favorite fishing spot the water was much higher. There is a few logs in the area that lay ontop of the water over hung from the shore and mangroves, alligators love to sun on them. It appeared about 5 inches or more submerged than normal. Now keep in mind, the tides have no effect on this area, our rain had been min. Even the heaviest of rains barely affects the level in this area.

Florida in this region is like a floating Island and the only thing that that comes to mind is pressure from underside of it all. The lower mass possibly compressing the water table between the upper mass. None the less its is higher than normal. So I visited a few other canal spots and found the same likes. Asked a few buddies that reside along a couple other waterways, and the confirmed it was higher.

So, the news I got on this prior to, I verified first hand as well. Researching this yielded the normal info you'd usually get and there is an abundance of data to sift through. I got burned out doing so. I'll take first hand experience and no scientific measuring equipment and resign to the idea that yes indeed it is rising and has risen.

Is this becoming an issue in other areas and or States ? Other countries ?

ISIS is a fantastic data miner, Maybe she can dig up some hidden facts.

You folks take care now you hear.
Hope to catch up again soon.

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Last spring in the NYC suburbs we had floods caused by a risen water table, in early spring. I have a drain down a vertical pipe to footings on my property, that I can look down to see where the water level is in the pipe, so I can see just where the water table is at that location. It's gone back down quite a bit now -- knock on wood -- but it seems higher than it was a year or two ago still.
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That's assuming the increase in volume of the planet is uniform, and happens uniformly in an instant, or over a period of time.

What if the growth is localised and fast? Making an egg shape for simplicities sake, which then over time, as centrifugal forces act on it, settles in to a more spheroid shape.

The growth may not be uniform at all, so if it happened at the deepest point of the Earth, the total water depth would reduce wouldnt it?

Dont you just love thinking about this stuff!!??
 Quoting: BadHairDay


The earth is actually quite oddly shaped: [link to prenerk.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: Karu


There's no way it has those big lumps on it, or it would be obvious from an airplane at 40,000 feet.

As for local gravitational anomalies, those would show up by things weighing different amounts in different places. Although a balance type scale wouldn't pick up the difference, because the thing used to balance the other side would change similarly in weight. You could a spring-type scale, where weight (that is force) is measured by the compression of a spring. Therefore a spring-type weighing scale that matches a balance-type scale in one place would not match somewhere else where gravity is different.

Since I haven't heard of that happening, I guess I have not seen evidence to support the gravitational anomaly theory either. But it's not obviously false, like the lumpy shapes shown in the photos are obviously false because one can see the evidence on commercial airplane flights.
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There's no way it has those big lumps on it, or it would be obvious from an airplane at 40,000 feet.

As for local gravitational anomalies, those would show up by things weighing different amounts in different places. Although a balance type scale wouldn't pick up the difference, because the thing used to balance the other side would change similarly in weight. You could a spring-type scale, where weight (that is force) is measured by the compression of a spring. Therefore a spring-type weighing scale that matches a balance-type scale in one place would not match somewhere else where gravity is different.

Since I haven't heard of that happening, I guess I have not seen evidence to support the gravitational anomaly theory either. But it's not obviously false, like the lumpy shapes shown in the photos are obviously false because one can see the evidence on commercial airplane flights.
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You can find the original data here: [link to www-app2.gfz-potsdam.de]
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Looking at it briefly, I think the bulges are just meant to indicate areas of greater gravity, not actual huge mountains rising above the surrounding areas. But then I don't understand why they also use color coding. I didn't notice a page of explanation.
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Hey Karu! - you know I was having a joke with you? Just in case you thought I was not..
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Anyone else having trouble getting IN to chat?

I get the sign up screen, then try to connect and get a blamk screen. Says there are 11 peeps in there?

Where?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hi BHD, I can't get into Chat either - as soon as it tries to connect, it says the connection was closed by the server and will re-try.

I let it re-try, and the same thing


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Bury and ignore this piece of shit thread. Seriously.
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Spy bloggers not ‘friending’ U.S. targets, Centcom says


The U.S. Central Command says its new “Persona” social media "infiltration" software is designed to cozy up to extremist bloggers overseas, not law-abiding Americans chatting on Facebook or similar sites.


[link to voices.washingtonpost.com]
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probs with vc?

maybe the biscuits are tainted, or mickey overs are providing more than just additional info


aaaahhhh, dont listen to me, im just an old paranoid coot
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Hey Karu! - you know I was having a joke with you? Just in case you thought I was not..
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Yes BHD, your sense of humor was not lost on me.
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Bury and ignore this piece of shit thread. Seriously.
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Hey Plautus, whazzup?
You posted about the "electric features" of volcanic eruptions on another thread, isn't it?
I was amazed to find someone mentioning stuff which is "electric universe" related & we talked about this here - so:
NO, this great thread won't be buried.
... seriously ;-)

And why should you want to bury it?
hf
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WTF HAS EVERYONE BEEN TALKING ABOUT ON THIS THREAD. I remember the first 4-5 pages but then it just got out of hand. Whats going on???
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Bury and ignore this piece of shit thread. Seriously.
 Quoting: Plautus


Hey Plautus, whazzup?
You posted about the "electric features" of volcanic eruptions on another thread, isn't it?
I was amazed to find someone mentioning stuff which is "electric universe" related & we talked about this here - so:
NO, this great thread won't be buried.
... seriously ;-)

And why should you want to bury it?
hf
LurkGER.

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Agree LurkGer. Plautus' electric volcano thread was great, and tied right in to a lot of thinking here.

Dont let the 1000+ page count scare you off Plautus. Its a good read.

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Spy bloggers not ‘friending’ U.S. targets, Centcom says


The U.S. Central Command says its new “Persona” social media "infiltration" software is designed to cozy up to extremist bloggers overseas, not law-abiding Americans chatting on Facebook or similar sites.


[link to voices.washingtonpost.com]
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lol
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WTF HAS EVERYONE BEEN TALKING ABOUT ON THIS THREAD. I remember the first 4-5 pages but then it just got out of hand. Whats going on???
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"03 Mar 2011

BP directors take bonuses for year of Gulf of Mexico oil spill

Byron Grote, finance director, and Iain Conn, head of downstream, had their £800,000 and £724,000 salaries and benefits topped up with rewards of £380,000 and £310,500 respectively. The bonuses amounted to 30pc of the full potential payout.

BP’s annual report also revealed that Tony Hayward, the former chief executive who left the company after the worst of the crisis, will get almost £100,000 a year for his work as a non-executive of BP’s Russian joint venture TNK-BP. He left the board in October with £2m in salary and severance payments, plus a £600,000-a-year pension."

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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Hawass resigns. Why now? Interesting. If it was true that Egypt sided with China, at least on an underground level,
then Hawass' resignation would appear to have been requested.

China seem to be becomming more open about UFO's, the Wall etc, so maybe that's rubbing off on the new regime?
Only speculation on my part.


Thread: Zahi Hawass - Egyptian Antiquities Chief - Resigns

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@Dhlos glad to see you are OK- just asked about you the other day!

@BHD- crazy avatar man!!!

@MzK Hi!

@ all- only read the last two pages, hope everyone is doing well! Blessings to all...
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And a short add to water levels. For 12 years I had to stand on my tip toes to see my "Pacific ocean view peek." For about the last two years, I can see the ocean while standing in stocking feet, no problem. FWIW
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@Dhlos glad to see you are OK- just asked about you the other day!

@BHD- crazy avatar man!!!

@MzK Hi!

@ all- only read the last two pages, hope everyone is doing well! Blessings to all...
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bighug

Welcome back !!!!
We've (I have) missed you !!!! :D
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hi gem
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HI Gem ;) and thanks for the welcome back hug MzK...always have loved that one!

@Dhlos, didn't you call January 18, 2011? I think you said at the time "mark my words."

I haven't read all the pages I've missed, so if it has already been mentioned, apologies from me.

Have a great day all, check in when I can!
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Hawass resigns. Why now? Interesting. If it was true that Egypt sided with China, at least on an underground level,
then Hawass' resignation would appear to have been requested.

China seem to be becomming more open about UFO's, the Wall etc, so maybe that's rubbing off on the new regime?
Only speculation on my part.


Thread: Zahi Hawass - Egyptian Antiquities Chief - Resigns
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Antwan "resigns" too:

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

uhoh

maybe nexuseditor, friend of antwan, knows more ???
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"Most activity I have seen over Green's Canyon since this whole thing started. At least 7 deep water drilling rigs all 100 miles off the coast of La.

[link to s1133.photobucket.com]

Yes they are drilling. The is no more ban on deep water drilling in the Gulf.

Why so many are drilling and present at one geological location is another question?

When I question BK Lim, a world wide name in Deep Water Drilling Safety Assessment, he said he had little information of the activity out there, but that...

"it seems promising with bigger discoveries. "

The public should know if large scale deep water drilling activities are underway in the Gulf.

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They are still over the MC252 well too.

Discoverer Enterprises location has been hidden and placed all over the world as you can see in this picture.

[link to s1133.photobucket.com]

It's real location can be seen here. Under Voyage related information. It was updated on 3-2-11 states that the Discoverer Enterprise is at "MC252"

The same is being done with Development Driller 3 which is also over the Bp Well head. Its map location is being hidden.

[link to s1133.photobucket.com]

But is Voyage related info states that as of 3-1-11 it was over Miss. Canyon 252.

[link to s1133.photobucket.com]

Why is this information being hidden and the area around the MC252 wellhead blacked out on [link to www.marinetraffic.com???]

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