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Very interesting post about the birds, fish and crystal vortexes, on the "Me tell u"-thread :
Thread: selected extracts from me tel u now thread

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Crystal Caves

Masters, beneath the surface of the central region of Arkansas rest enormous beds of exquisite crystals the size and beauty of of which are visually stunning. Some of these quartz points are over 40 meters in length, seeded by the early Atlanteans. There are crystal caves beneath Arkansas that are aesthetically mesmerizing exuding a symmetry and inner light that is sublime. These 'Master Crystals' are beyond the reach of your mining concerns, and that is purposed. These crystal entities are very ancient and have been in a dormant mode for millennia. They were programmed with specialized attributes by the Sirians & Atlanteans, and are now in joyous modes of re-activation. These awakenings are releasing efficacious dynamics energies that spawn unusual phenomena as they reboot, non of which will be malevolent, quite the contrary...indeed they are a gift of immaculate proportion and intricate value.

Question to Metatron: On the 1-1-11 (Jan 1, 2011) 5,000 birds apparently fell from the sky in Arkansas, and on the same day 100,000 fish died in the Arkansas River. Can you explain what happened, and is it related in any way to the Crystal Activation?

Metatron: It was indeed an occurrence that raised quite a lot of attention. The demise of the blackbirds was in truth an aspect of the crystalline energies of Arkansas, the death of the fish was not. And although initially reported as occurring the same day, the fish began dying several days earlier. The fish died as a result of a bacterium in the river waters, which occurred as the result of residual traces of an agricultural pollutant that drained into the river far upstream.

The occurrence with the birds took place because an enormous flock of these red-winged blackbirds, hundreds of thousands of which nest in this area, flew into a piezo-electrical pulse of crystalline energy in that portion of Crystal Vortex. The birds flew into a electrical vortexial emission that sadly temporarily stunned them and approximately 4500 of a flock of more than 15,000 experienced a loss of equilibrium. They died as a result of trauma from the crash to the ground. Now we will add that this particular type of flocking bird operates in group-thought pattern, somewhat similar to a school of fish. This type of life form is actually a unified concentric beingness and one thought pattern regulates their awareness... which is how they manage to make such beautiful aerobatic swirls, as if precisely choreographed. In a manner of speaking these flocks are one entity with many units composing one awareness 'thought' pattern. They are not individual beings, per sei, in the usual sense.

etc ......

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I correlated the crystals with Magnetized plumes. They activate during severe storms that produce Plasma ejections into space. When that plasma gets ejected from the clouds on Earth into space they pull with them Magnetized Plumes from deep within the Earths core. At the same time when that Plasma vortex back to Earth, at very fast speeds, it slams down on the ground setting off a blast and show of light. They also bring with it Hydrogen Cyanide from our Interplanetary Dust Cloud in a very localized and focused manner. Causing these Mass Animal Die-offs. They can also suck out Methane from beneath lakes and bodies of water.
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Wow! some refreshingly interesting stuff above! ^^

I dig the idea that water is a-biotic, just as I believe oil is, and possibly other things like soil and rock.

All you have to do is look at a Human body and all in it, and transpose on to the planet to get an idea of how it might function.

Regarding Earth expansion, well, I like the idea of that too, and have postulated on a lot of scenarios for the creation of mountains etc which are more easily explained using current plate techtonic theory, and plates pushing 'in to each other' rather than sliding away from each other or over each other.

In fact, why sliding at all? Why not just growth?
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Krispy,

Thanks for your comments. Actually I don't believe you are disagreeing with my main point (1), at least in substantive terms, although the logic you apply to your assumptions is different from what I would use. In general, you may not be used to a "simplified model" way of thinking of things, but it's the way I usually try to understand systems: a few parts at a time.

You propose ways that more water could be added to the earth's surface: from below or from above. From there, all that's needed for the WaterWorld conclusion is that ocean depth is somewhat constant. I held it exactly constant as a simplifying mathematical assumption, but if the fraction of the earth's surface that is covered by water increased, the average ocean depth would tend to increase. Think of adding 100 feet worth of water to the whole earth: the lowest parts will gain over 100 feet in depth, some areas currently land would get from 0 to over 100 feet of water over them, while the remaining land area would be reduced. Think of the actual movie Waterworld. The water was extremely deep almost everywhere, but there was a little bit of land still exposed: the tip of Mount Everest.

You also seem to agree that the continents look like they would fit together if we removed much of the ocean area from the earth. You agree, then say there were always some oceans. Actually I don't know it that's true, since I surely don't remember those times, but even if it was, there may have been a smaller percentage of the earth's surface covered by ocean when the earth was smaller.

Regarding point (2), are you arguing that there will not be a big die-off? You might be right, but you should come out and say it. Otherwise you'll find many people (I'm not a very good example, but many others) who would find it primarily catastrophic.
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Hi ya'll . peace
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Hi Oniongrass, hi MzK. I reckon there is a lot more in common with both yr thinking.

With the increase in water, remember that in Earth expansion, there is more surface area for that same water to be on, so a re-distribution would be more likely, rather than a flooding exercise. Well, imho anyway!

If the stretching, growing of the Earth occurs, then depending on what's going on below, (and that's up to Mother Earth!) then under sea mountains, may actually become islands once the surface/volume has increased. Conversely, where there was land, may now be under water, as the stretching has resulted in a drop at that point on the Earth; any drop being filled with water if there is a link to the sea, or filled in time with fresh water.

I could see die offs, but not necessarily massive die offs, or complete extinctions. Mankind has spread out our cultures and the animal populations such that some would survive at some point, somewhere.

Re-distribution of the surface, and shifting on the current continents and possibly new ones/islands fits in to my thinking on many legends of old. (inc. biblical)

But, I am happy to change direction as new ideas and information comes to hand. At the end of the day, I reckon the 'answer' to all of it is more wierd and wonderful than we can even imagine. Silly statement I know, but history shows us this over and over as we grasp just a little bit more of what we are, where we are and why.

That was all a bit vague wasnt it? Meh...
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Hi ya'll . peace
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Hi Sasha.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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With the increase in water, remember that in Earth expansion, there is more surface area for that same water to be on, so a re-distribution would be more likely, rather than a flooding exercise. Well, imho anyway!
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 Quoting: BadHairDay

Just to make it clear what I was saying. I agree that the larger earth will have more surface area, but not much relative to the increase in volume.

So if we were to double the volume of earth and double the amount of surface water, keeping the topography about the same other than that there is just "more" of it, we would have WaterWorld immediately. There would be only a few highlands left above the waves. Or maybe none at all, I'm not really sure.
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With the increase in water, remember that in Earth expansion, there is more surface area for that same water to be on, so a re-distribution would be more likely, rather than a flooding exercise. Well, imho anyway!
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 Quoting: BadHairDay

Just to make it clear what I was saying. I agree that the larger earth will have more surface area, but not much relative to the increase in volume.

So if we were to double the volume of earth and double the amount of surface water, keeping the topography about the same other than that there is just "more" of it, we would have WaterWorld immediately. There would be only a few highlands left above the waves. Or maybe none at all, I'm not really sure.
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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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Krispy,

Thanks for your comments. Actually I don't believe you are disagreeing with my main point (1), at least in substantive terms, although the logic you apply to your assumptions is different from what I would use. In general, you may not be used to a "simplified model" way of thinking of things, but it's the way I usually try to understand systems: a few parts at a time.

You propose ways that more water could be added to the earth's surface: from below or from above. From there, all that's needed for the WaterWorld conclusion is that ocean depth is somewhat constant. I held it exactly constant as a simplifying mathematical assumption, but if the fraction of the earth's surface that is covered by water increased, the average ocean depth would tend to increase. Think of adding 100 feet worth of water to the whole earth: the lowest parts will gain over 100 feet in depth, some areas currently land would get from 0 to over 100 feet of water over them, while the remaining land area would be reduced. Think of the actual movie Waterworld. The water was extremely deep almost everywhere, but there was a little bit of land still exposed: the tip of Mount Everest.

You also seem to agree that the continents look like they would fit together if we removed much of the ocean area from the earth. You agree, then say there were always some oceans. Actually I don't know it that's true, since I surely don't remember those times, but even if it was, there may have been a smaller percentage of the earth's surface covered by ocean when the earth was smaller.

Regarding point (2), are you arguing that there will not be a big die-off? You might be right, but you should come out and say it. Otherwise you'll find many people (I'm not a very good example, but many others) who would find it primarily catastrophic.
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Hello oniongrass, tnx for the nice reply :D
Lol, yeah I know I have a specific logic hahahaha ... But its what it is MY LOGIC and it is shared by some and not by others, no problem :)

-"More water added":
Merely I think that could be possible, although I have strong believes that Mother Earth is a balanced living organism, "a body" just like BHD said so nicely ! Different in shape then ours but working with and through many similar principles.
I like to think that the amounth of water will be within certain boundries .. (just for example, say not below 5 and not above 9)

The depth of an ocean will NEVER be constant, dear fellow ... that is not a criterium you can use. Just like our bloodpresure is never exact the same, it is according changes in our body, and some area's need some more blood at some points then on other occasions ... Tension in our body is never a constant, although medical people tend to make an average of everything saying that is a constant, but its not. We are constantly adapting to inner and outer circumstances ... just like light is not a constant, nor is speed ... LIFE (as a general term) in all its forms and ways is a constant in the univers, but life in its specific form(s) is not a constant thing.
Sorry to be vague now ...lol...


- "but if the fraction of the earth's surface that is covered by water increased, the average ocean depth would tend to increase." :
In my logic, the depth of the oceans would only become deeper if more water was added AND the size of earth would be a constant or even shrink.
I agree with BHD's words that it seems that the earth's surface has a GROWING tendence in stead of ONLY a sliding -above and below- tendency.

If we would look to the movement of the earth like a BREATH, then there is an expanding and a compressive motion ... inhale and exhale. Now her rotation is slowing down and she is expanding a bit, she is loosening up ... movement towards a momentum of reverse. Just like the toy that is at the end of its spinn. The earth is warming up in this motion (like I explained before). And like a pendular the swing will reverse to the other side when the strech is beyond a point, and then the movement will be slowly move towards compression and more presure from above the surface squeezing the earth slowly tighter and tighter again like a grapefruit.

In this state of compressive motion, the amounth of water will not rise much, coz the water will also be sucked into the earth's holes again (coz hot liquids and gasses cool of and vent away, become caves in which water can hide or circulate though earths VEINS that are linked all under the surface. The water (and other liquids) will be tracked towards the core again, coz with the speeding up of the rotation the gravity will become stronger.



- "Think of adding 100 feet worth of water to the whole earth" :
Think of drinking a 100 glasses of water in a week ... will that make you grow in size ?
Our body will use what is needed and will transport to the outside what is to much. So will the Earth, in my opinion.
More water would/could lead to more humidity, combined in this momentum of heating up, it could lead to more and bigger plants and less places of drought ... just like in a farmers cultivationhouse ;) Bigger plants would need the extra amounth of water ... Life adapts. Earth is a balanced organism, that can fluctuate between certain limits.


-"some areas currently land would get from 0 to over 100 feet of water over them, while the remaining land area would be reduced."
No, sorry.
If some land will get a 100 feet of water on it, the presure on it will change and will result in the uplifting of land elsewhere .. land will uplift from what has been below the water, or dry land will uplift to become mountains.
There could be a small reduction or even an increase in land, but still between certain boundries ... the balance has to be between certain lines. Liquids and mass are in states of balance.

That MOVIE "Waterworld" was just a "movie" based on a thought and doom-script. That movie was not based on science.
A piece was taken and exagerated : the flood from the bible > what would happen when the whole world would be flooded. Besides, many movies are tied in to political agendapoints ... so was this one. ;)

- "Continents fit":
..lol... yeah when we remove alll the water, it all fits togetter like a skull hahahaha ...
Some parts do FIT, coz they were RUPTURED, but other parts above the water will never FIT coz the were pushed up and created, or/and even parts could never fit again coz some of the land was turned like we turn a page in a book ... burrying what once was under tons of landmass and turning it into fossils and stones.


-"when the earth was smaller" :
I personally dont really believe that the earth was MUCH smaller, just like I dont believe that the moon is curently shrinking.
I do believe and see the logic in an expansion and contraction/compression related to the spinning-speed and rotational fase.

Some aspects in space are now influencing the Earth as well,
push and pull factors of the nearing 2nd sun (brown dwarf and satellites, including Nibiru), and of the magnetic ribbon , and as well the sector we are traveling trough momentarely 'the photon belt' ... are all adding to the motion and expansion of the Earth.

So for me the smaller becomming and bigger becomming of the Earth is like a natural fase, like breathing IN and OUT, its an everlasting returning mechanism ... but it will not exeed certain limits, coz that would rupture the viscosity and the balance. That could result in an explosion or implosion of the core and surface.
(And that implosion is what some scientists are afraid of what could be a result of experimenting with the LHC and CERN, when the earth could shrink /implode to a tiny cold pulsar star with freezing temperatures ... >>> the ice-9 reaction <<<
- [link to www.cerntruth.com]
- [link to www.google.nl]


- "are you arguing that there will not be a big die-off?"
Yes there will be momentes of big-die-offs. But just like BHD thinks in his post below, there will always be surviving species.
Many changes occur gradualy, so that every organism has time to adapt to certain changes. Some changes will be instantly and drastic and that will kill many species of humans and animals.

When adaptations to gradual changes are succesfull they are incorperated in our biological feedbacksystem and in our DNA. Coz we are made of the same DNA that Earth is composed of, if she will change ... we will change. Like said before we have a simbiotic nature and relationship with the Earth, and through her with the sun and other similar systems in the univers. We are a kind of collective organism. We have the ability to move in unity like a flock of flying birds making synchroneous movements, but we also have the ability to act individualy ... and with that/doing so, carry the responsability of the changes we set into motion. (which can be destructive or upgrading according to our decisions).

In this context I would say, that if we align with the changes that Mother Earth and the Sun are going through, we will be more succesfull as a species and will enhance our biological feedbacksystem.
With every change in biology or energetical nature, there will be die-offs. Simply coz not everyone -at this point- is strong enough or able to incorperate what is needed. Those who die before incorperation, will be of great use and importance, coz they will tell the blueprints of life which way NOT to go again.

The stronger we grow in our own knowing of how our system work and what lies in our reach of accomplishment, the less people or animals will have to die-off for the surviving species. If we learn to adapt to the changes that occur and "WORK in accordance" (a harmonic dance) we learn how to HELP the Earth and the events, we learn how to master in responsability and harmonical balance.
This is a big SOMETHING why TPTB want us out of the loop to what is happening to and around the world/earth. The more we are disconnected and not concerned, the less influence we have as a WHOLE, as a UNITY ( U & I-ty *tied togetter*).
Once we will become a consciousness whitin and around, they will loose their power over us....

The more we unite, the less cathastrophical events have to occur ...

xx MzK




Hi Oniongrass, hi MzK. I reckon there is a lot more in common with both yr thinking.

With the increase in water, remember that in Earth expansion, there is more surface area for that same water to be on, so a re-distribution would be more likely, rather than a flooding exercise. Well, imho anyway!

If the stretching, growing of the Earth occurs, then depending on what's going on below, (and that's up to Mother Earth!) then under sea mountains, may actually become islands once the surface/volume has increased. Conversely, where there was land, may now be under water, as the stretching has resulted in a drop at that point on the Earth; any drop being filled with water if there is a link to the sea, or filled in time with fresh water.

I could see die offs, but not necessarily massive die offs, or complete extinctions. Mankind has spread out our cultures and the animal populations such that some would survive at some point, somewhere.

Re-distribution of the surface, and shifting on the current continents and possibly new ones/islands fits in to my thinking on many legends of old. (inc. biblical)

But, I am happy to change direction as new ideas and information comes to hand. At the end of the day, I reckon the 'answer' to all of it is more wierd and wonderful than we can even imagine. Silly statement I know, but history shows us this over and over as we grasp just a little bit more of what we are, where we are and why.

That was all a bit vague wasnt it? Meh...
 Quoting: BadHairDay




Hi BHD,
I like the re-distribution idea :)
Not vague at all, just in the line of my logic and thoughts :P
But then again, maybe I am VAGUE tooo hahahahaha ...
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Even the Russians are concerned:

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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.

Wood
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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" !



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


Wood
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Perhaps it is....
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Scientists say rise in Mediterranean sea-level accelerating
Posted on February 26, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
February 26, 2011 – SPAIN – “The sea level in the Mediterranean has risen by between 1 and 1.5 millimeters each year since 1943, but this does not seem set to continue, because it now seems that the speed at which it rises is accelerating”

High tide destroys 400 homes along coast of Angola
Posted on February 21, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
February 21, 2011 – ANGOLA, Luanda – At least 400 houses were destroyed on Saturday by high tide in Kilombo ward in Luanda island. Angop learned that strong winds and waves which reached two metres were recorded in the region, …

High tides and rising ocean levels flood homes in Marshall Islands
Posted on February 21, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
February 21, 2011 – MAJURO — Extreme high tides have flooded parts of the low-lying Marshall Islands capital Majuro with a warning Sunday of worse to come because of rising sea levels. Several areas of the city were flooded Saturday …

Experts warn Australia flooding an omen of disasters to come
Posted on January 24, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
January 24, 2011 – BRISBANE – “As deadly floodwaters reach their peak in Brisbane, residents of Australia’s third-largest city, around the same population of Vancouver, and surrounding area are bracing for the devastating aftermath, the full extent to which will …

Nova Scotia coastal town hit by storm from hell
Posted on January 23, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
January 23, 2011 – HALLS HARBOUR — “Strong winds and unusually high tides played havoc with this tiny Bay of Fundy community overnight Friday. The winds and raging ocean lashed at buildings, ripped off wooden shingles, covered a parking lot …

Auckland beach sinks under usually high tide and rain
Posted on January 23, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol
January 23, 2011 – AUCKLAND – “Firefighters have been called to more than a hundred incidents related to flooding, with the worst affected areas in Auckland’s CBD, the North Shore and eastern suburbs. Extreme high tides and torrential rain have …

Unusual tidal surge mystifies Australian officials as it floods streets in Brisbane
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A lil sumthin speical for the bezerker's from my heart and soul to you and yours in love and light for all eternity.

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This crooked old spine
With a cane in his hand
Is taking his shoes for a walk
He still marches in time
From his days in the band
He listens to the moon and the stars
There's a knife in his back
That keeps the blood from running out
He says it's been there for years
He laugh when he cries
He's got a crooked old spine
He drinks a wine made of tears

Don't Forget the Sky

This crooked old spine
Once had a love
Who moved the heavens above
He prays to the wind
And Reaches under his skin
And offers his heart to the sun
There's a knife in his back
That keeps the blood from running out
He says it's been there for years
He's wait'in for the day
At the end of the night
When the sun burns away all his fears

Don't Forget the Sky

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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.

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"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."




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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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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.

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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!!

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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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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
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]
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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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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..
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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?
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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.


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probs with vc?

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


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