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Hey, is salt normally mined with potash (note to self: find out)??

Because here in Canada there was a big stink about a foreign company (for some reason I'm thinking Chinese but might be dead wrong about that) buying up a potash company out of Saskatchewan. SK tried to block it, I think, but the Federales gave it the go-ahead.
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No, that was BHP, and Australian company. Actually BHP Billiton is now only part Aussie I think, the rest UK.

The deal fell through at the 11th hour I believe due to monopoly issues.

It was covered here on the thread quite a while back when we were still talking about using nukes to seal the rift in the GoM. That far back!
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Salt(s) are used in precipitating precious metals (plus other stuff) from various watery substances - ORMUS
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Human nature created lawyers.
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Hans the banned = Hans the Magnificent ????
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Ja! Nice Avatar BTW.
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Tnx Hans :D
Hope you will return as your shiny self soon!
(HUG)
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sorry ... I was fooled. Deleted post :)

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The reporters and now Judge Judy, who lost motor and speech control, have one thing in common. It is something they use regularly.

We will start seeing this brain fade occur more and more often, on our screens especially, daily.

It will terrify those who use this substance, and there is nothing that can be done about it, a part from stopping its use right now.

It is pooling at the base of their brain stems.

It is BOTOX.


No links, just me.
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Gibberish also coming out of the mouths of reporters in USA. Sounds like backwards speech to me: [link to www.youtube.com]
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Yesterday, over A_E , dhlos signed off the SUDA thread. Today we read the following post:

"Stay Safe Dhlos and thank you :)

catsniper "


It's been a while since we've heard from catsniper here and I wonder if he's been aboard.
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Yesterday, over A_E , dhlos signed off the SUDA thread. Today we read the following post:

"Stay Safe Dhlos and thank you :)

catsniper "


It's been a while since we've heard from catsniper here and I wonder if he's been aboard.
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CS has been here the whole time.
rs
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ehhhh, see this? [link to dickdestiny.com]
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Yesterday, over A_E , dhlos signed off the SUDA thread. Today we read the following post:

"Stay Safe Dhlos and thank you :)

catsniper "


It's been a while since we've heard from catsniper here and I wonder if he's been aboard.
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CS has been here the whole time.
rs
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how true how true
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Have you seen this? Don't know if it might have any bearing, but the melanin bit caught my eye. (I added the italics.)

Thread: Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation

Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation
Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Fungi could eat dangerous radiation to survive, an unexpected finding that could one day help feed astronauts in space — at least those willing to eat a crawling fungus.

The research began with the discovery of black fungus growing on the walls of the damaged, highly radioactive Chernobyl nuclear reactor and collected by robots.

The fungus was rich with melanin, the same pigment that gives human skin its color, protecting the skin from solar and ultraviolet radiation. Melanin is found in many, if not most, fungal species.

"The fungal kingdom comprises more species than any other plant or animal kingdom," said researcher Arturo Casadevall, an immunologist at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

Nuclear and other high-energy reactions give off ionizing radiation — dangerous rays and particles that can damage genes and thus cause mutations, and eventually cancer.

"Just as the pigment chlorophyll converts sunlight into chemical energy that allows green plants to live and grow," so might melanin help fungi make use of ionizing radiation, said nuclear medicine specialist Ekaterina Dadachova at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

The scientists experimented on three species of fungi. They consistently found that ionizing radiation significantly boosted the growth of fungi that contained melanin.

"In general we think of radiation as something bad or harmful. Here we have a situation where these fungi appear to benefit, which is unexpected," Casadevall told LiveScience.

For example, the researchers exposed two kinds of fungi — one that naturally contained melanin (Wangiella dermatitidis) and another that scientists induced to make the pigment (Crytococcus neoformans) — to levels of ionizing radiation about 500 times higher than normal, the doses one might see at high altitudes where atmospheric shielding from cosmic rays is lessened.

Both species grew significantly faster, as detailed in the May 23 issue of the journal PLoS ONE.

The researchers stressed these findings do not mean fungi can eat radioactive matter and somehow cleanse it. Rather, the fungi can simply harness the energy that radioactive materials give off.

The ability of fungi to live off ionizing radiation could prove useful to people.

"Since ionizing radiation is prevalent in outer space, astronauts might be able to rely on fungi as an inexhaustible food source on long missions or for colonizing other planets," Dadachova said.

Casadevall also noted that the melanin in fungi is no different chemically from the melanin in human skin.

"It's pure speculation — but not outside the realm of possibility — that melanin could be providing energy to skin cells," he said. "While it wouldn't be enough energy to fuel a run on the beach, maybe it could help you to open an eyelid."

[link to www.foxnews.com]
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No, that was BHP, and Australian company. Actually BHP Billiton is now only part Aussie I think, the rest UK.

The deal fell through at the 11th hour I believe due to monopoly issues.

It was covered here on the thread quite a while back when we were still talking about using nukes to seal the rift in the GoM. That far back!
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Oh, sorry 'bout that. I'm pretty far back in the thread; I don't think I've even come to that part yet.
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Have you seen this? Don't know if it might have any bearing, but the melanin bit caught my eye. (I added the italics.)

Thread: Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation

Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation
Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Fungi could eat dangerous radiation to survive, an unexpected finding that could one day help feed astronauts in space — at least those willing to eat a crawling fungus.

The research began with the discovery of black fungus growing on the walls of the damaged, highly radioactive Chernobyl nuclear reactor and collected by robots.

The fungus was rich with melanin, the same pigment that gives human skin its color, protecting the skin from solar and ultraviolet radiation. Melanin is found in many, if not most, fungal species.

"The fungal kingdom comprises more species than any other plant or animal kingdom," said researcher Arturo Casadevall, an immunologist at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

Nuclear and other high-energy reactions give off ionizing radiation — dangerous rays and particles that can damage genes and thus cause mutations, and eventually cancer.

"Just as the pigment chlorophyll converts sunlight into chemical energy that allows green plants to live and grow," so might melanin help fungi make use of ionizing radiation, said nuclear medicine specialist Ekaterina Dadachova at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

The scientists experimented on three species of fungi. They consistently found that ionizing radiation significantly boosted the growth of fungi that contained melanin.

"In general we think of radiation as something bad or harmful. Here we have a situation where these fungi appear to benefit, which is unexpected," Casadevall told LiveScience.

For example, the researchers exposed two kinds of fungi — one that naturally contained melanin (Wangiella dermatitidis) and another that scientists induced to make the pigment (Crytococcus neoformans) — to levels of ionizing radiation about 500 times higher than normal, the doses one might see at high altitudes where atmospheric shielding from cosmic rays is lessened.

Both species grew significantly faster, as detailed in the May 23 issue of the journal PLoS ONE.

The researchers stressed these findings do not mean fungi can eat radioactive matter and somehow cleanse it. Rather, the fungi can simply harness the energy that radioactive materials give off.

The ability of fungi to live off ionizing radiation could prove useful to people.

"Since ionizing radiation is prevalent in outer space, astronauts might be able to rely on fungi as an inexhaustible food source on long missions or for colonizing other planets," Dadachova said.

Casadevall also noted that the melanin in fungi is no different chemically from the melanin in human skin.

"It's pure speculation — but not outside the realm of possibility — that melanin could be providing energy to skin cells," he said. "While it wouldn't be enough energy to fuel a run on the beach, maybe it could help you to open an eyelid."

[link to www.foxnews.com]
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bump

Wow Tnx !!!
I am soooo happy with this article ...
I see some dots :D:D:D
Have to think about it a moment, but this is GOOD news !
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We are sick and tired of the constant manipulation by the MSM. Surely the "newspeople" know the truth and that they are being used too! The following link is to a satirical video that addresses this point.

"People Are Nuts"
[link to www.youtube.com]
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Here is the space suit article:

NASA tests space suit for Mars mission down in Argentine Antarctica ZoomBookmarkSharePrintListenTranslateA NASA team has tested a space suit in a setting with extreme conditions akin to some of those found on Mars – an Argentine base in Antarctica – for possible use on a visit to the Red Planet.

The NDX-1 space suit, designed by Argentine aerospace engineer Pablo de Leon, endured frigid temperatures and winds of more than 75 kmph as researchers tried out techniques for collecting soil samples on Mars.

“This was the first time we took the suit to such an extreme, isolated environment so that if something went wrong we couldn’t just go to the store” and buy a repair kit, De Leon said after returning from the one week expedition.

The US$100,000 prototype suit, created with NASA funds, is made out of more than 350 materials, including tough honeycomb Kevlar and carbon fibres to reduce its weight without losing resistance.

During the “Mars in Marambio” mission, named after the Argentine air force base, a team of NASA scientists went on simulated spacewalks, operated drills and collected samples while wearing the gear.

De Leon himself wore the pressurised suit, which he said was bound to make anyone feel claustrophobic with its helmet and built-in headset for communicating with the outside world.
The researchers chose Marambio because compared with other Antarctic bases, they had easier access to permafrost.

DeLeon,whoheadsthespace suit laboratory at the University of North Dakota in the United States, said Antarctica was ideal for sample collection as it is one of the least contaminated places on earth and will also give clues about the suit’s impact.

“Mars is a mixture of many differentenvironments:deserts, and temperatures and winds like in Antarctica,” De Leon said. “So we try to take bits of different places and try to see if our systems can withstand the rigours of Mars if we go there.”

President Barack Obama said last year that by the mid-2030s it would be possible to send astronauts to orbit Mars and return them safely to earth. A landing on Mars would follow, he said.

But a manned mission to the most earth-like planet in the solar system may be even more distant, given NASA’s tightening budget.

The US National Research Council recommended that robotic missions to Mars and Jupiter’s icy moon Europa should top the agency’s to-do list for an upcoming decade of planetary exploration

Tio
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bump

Wow Tnx !!!
I am soooo happy with this article ...
I see some dots :D:D:D
Have to think about it a moment, but this is GOOD news !
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AC241802 here, from another comp.

Has this been posted here before? I saw the link in the Confessions of the Illuminati thread.

[link to www.expanding-earth.org]
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"if you have a cure, you have a weapon."

Chilling thought, but this from a new novel written by a Cornell U. scientist. Re. Fungi

Biological weapons, robotics, fungi abound in Paul McEuen's debut thriller novel, 'Spiral'

[link to www.news.cornell.edu]

and

"Because this type of novel absolutely must have an ominous prologue, “Spiral” begins in the Pacific in 1946. A ghastly plague has infected the crew of the U.S.S. Vanguard. Liam is summoned to the scene. “This our fungal expert?” asks J. Robert Oppenheimer of the Manhattan Project, making a brief but crucial cameo appearance. Liam determines that a fungal pathogen called the Uzumaki is being tested by the Japanese as a biological weapon. “Uzumaki” means spiral (and has been the title of a Japanese manga and horror film). Oppenheimer recommends destroying the Uzumaki by setting off a secret nuclear explosion. Kaboom."

[link to www.nytimes.com]

Strange how it parallels real scenarios...a young pretty micro biologist scientist from Cornell, recently engaged or married was found dead after hiking a few years ago:

This is what he writes: "When Nobel laureate Liam Connor is found dead at the bottom of one of Ithaca, New York’s famous gorges, his research collaborator, Cornell professor of nanoscience Jake Sterling, refuses to believe it was suicide."
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Strange how it parallels real scenarios...a young pretty micro biologist scientist from Cornell, recently engaged or married was found dead after hiking a few years ago:

This is what he writes: "When Nobel laureate Liam Connor is found dead at the bottom of one of Ithaca, New York’s famous gorges, his research collaborator, Cornell professor of nanoscience Jake Sterling, refuses to believe it was suicide."
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[link to www.rense.com]
Seems that microbiology is a dangerous career to follow.
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@AC 241802

Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation
Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Fungi could eat dangerous radiation to survive, an unexpected finding that could one day help feed astronauts in space — at least those willing to eat a crawling fungus.

The research began with the discovery of black fungus growing on the walls of the damaged, highly radioactive Chernobyl nuclear reactor and collected by robots.


This reminds me of some Russian friends telling me to keep 1 or 2 Barrel Cactus plants along side my (old type) computer screen. A few of us started doing this, and one friend had 2, one was near the screen, and the other was in the window getting more sunshine.

Guess what - the Cacti along side the Computer screen grew faster and looked in better health, despite being shaded. Both plants were in the same type of pot and had the same amount of water.

The Russians knew!!!!

hf
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Anyone notice all the missing seismic data?

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about salt and water....
add salt to the keg/ice cream ice?
makes the ice much colder based on salt/water density ratio
enthalpy charts and basic chem are your friends (if you can find any info on them anymore...lol)

so, quite possibily (because matter/phase info is VERY , ummm seems, well, for the sake of arguements call it not well documented or studied) the reason is to create a process where thru saline values/evaporation/density/temp and pressure differentials, this is some sort of coral for augie aka hydrates.
ya know you can form hydrates in your pool, poke a co2 canister underwater.

water+alcohol+salt+citric acid yields very low temps without the actual fridge. make the "rita in a bucket" per mfgs suggestion (and at least use decent tequilla) put in freever over night (average temp ~25F). at 2:00pm of the following day (nice hot dry day) add 1/2 cup warm booze, chop/mix/blend into frozen gallon pail until a sushy slurry is formed. Start temp monitor. bring outside, and based upon your humidity, and baro press the slurry will start dropping in temp when you add the fresh booze, then outside (not in the sun) the temp will continue to drop, and frost the outsides. my record so far is -18F. and yes I have NIST tracable stuff in my shop that the think tank uses for realworld experiments that yield a very frosty rita in the process.

so 25f freezer+rita mix above = -18f beverage

hhhmmmm....sonics new flavors

augie or cindy

so......

now if we capture a "lizard like being" (yes serious management plan) the first place his ass goes is in the walk in cooler at some local eatery (wrapped in 200 ft 3/8 ss cable from the trap but thats another tread)
he may be 100 times stronger than me warm but with his core at 35F hes my ...well you know...a bit hampered

maybe because augie/cindy are so simple they slow down/ hybernate withe temps below X, and temps below X kill it like freezer burn (opps more hydrates..yup water+air)

this antartic lake is a key

also makes me wonder if all this ethanol will ever see a gas tank

room temp hydrates????


thumbs and warm blood rules
cold blood drools...lol


dr
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No, that was BHP, and Australian company. Actually BHP Billiton is now only part Aussie I think, the rest UK.

The deal fell through at the 11th hour I believe due to monopoly issues.

It was covered here on the thread quite a while back when we were still talking about using nukes to seal the rift in the GoM. That far back!
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Oh, sorry 'bout that. I'm pretty far back in the thread; I don't think I've even come to that part yet.
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So cool you are reading it!! So cool. Dont ever be sorry about anything you post here, as its always in flux, and not one of us has absolute proof of anything.

I hope there are others like you reading from scratch!
hfhfhf

You have an eta on catch up? :)
It's all about the 'vibe'
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about salt and water....

SNIP

dr
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All I got was - 'rita mix' - and now I am obsessed with having one! Yum! and salt around the rim too!
Cant recall the last time I has a margharita? Probably 'cause I had too many 'ritas....

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This is an interesting post::

Thread: Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation




And this one too:

Thread: Black Fungus Found in Chernobyl Eats Harmful Radiation
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[link to www.earthfiles.com]


I'd say this is pretty pertinent..and didn't see it posted..breezy
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I'd say this is pretty pertinent..and didn't see it posted..breezy
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Yes Breezy, very petinent! Thank you.
hf
Tio
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This thread is gay.It needs a proper funeral.
I am a bigger asshole than you can ever hope to be.God put me on this earth to let you know if your being a douche bag.If i bust your balls i am sorry,i am just doing my job.
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Forgive the intrusion into your discussion; I'm nowhere near catching up to the end of this thread, but I had seen bits of recent discussion re salt.

I was just reading the Quantum K manual and when I read this in Chapter 4, I felt a strong prompting to post this here. If it means nothing, again please forgive my jumping in.

"It also explains why it is so crucial for our planet to have such a broad ocean coverage. The earth is one huge electrical motor, powered by its crystalline core, with the energy transmitted around its surface through the medium of water. I often wonder what crystalline shapes Dr. Emoto would produce from freezing the different oceans and seas around the planet. What stories they would tell! They must hold the memory of every event, every thought and every emotion that has ever happened on our world. It would be particularly interesting to see how this record changes over the years in line with the evolution of the planet and its occupants. Seawater crystals would make a perfect energetic record of our times.

I have read in numerous channelled works that the mammals of the world's oceans are crucial to our existence and anchor the energetic grid around us. This would certainly explain our affinity with dolphins and whales and what better place to perform this role than the super conductive waters of the oceans.

On a similar theme, I have heard it proposed that the melting of the polar ice caps is also part of our wider healing. When the water froze all those years ago, it captured the vibration of that era, along with a level of knowledge and awareness that we have long since lost. Releasing this ancient vibration back into the oceans now is an important step on our evolutionary path."

The part about the dolphins and whales made me think about the dolphin die-off, and I'm pretty sure I've read somewhere recently that whales are in even more trouble than before. If it's true that they help anchor the energy grid, their massive die-offs will have an _interesting_ effect.

And re the reason why the polar ice caps: maybe that's why there was such a push over global warming ... maybe TPTB don't want that kind of knowledge and awareness to enter our perception again.

Anyway, those two last points are just my thoughts; it was really the quoted passage I felt prompted to post, so there it is, for whatever it may be worth.

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AC Canada, I have not been able to stop thinking about what you said above. It's fascinating stuff, and as I said before, really rings true with me. The ICE plays an vital part in all this. (especially the cold)

It strikes me that the polar ice caps, and polar regions in general, do interesting things for our World, a part from being the axis we turn on, but other things like our magnetosphere springing forth from these points.

So maybe there is a correlation between the ICE, the salt, the crystals and the electrical interfaces between Earth, us, and the greater system?

Also, recalling operation freeze and anti-freeze (300/301), I wonder if this has anything to do with manipulating this interface.

Augie, good or bad (me thinks good/indifferent) seems to be able to be controlled using extreme cold. But I dont think it is a physical cold. I dont know why I say that, and I am finding it hard to put in words, but maybe Augie is being manipulated via a 'virtual cold' of sorts, which stems from a real coldness. [possible reason for ice ages, to stop Gaia's use of Augie to terraform/change the planetary heirachy.]

Also, maybe this is what a calibrator is? A virtual cold generator. So a device that removes energy to the point where it gets to almost zero. Higher X value denotes closer to absolute zero.

The odd cold snaps around the planet may also be required to stop and trap certain events from unfolding. Working back from that, the cold snaps in Europe were caused ultimately by the Gulf Loop slowing.

Does that mean then that the Gulf incident was a required step?

But to what end and to whose benefit?

Anyhow, I think this is something I'll continue to ponder. Especially the 'virtual cold'. Can also be total absence of electrical energy, true zero. HMS Astute now comes to mind...

The dimensional aspect I also like to tie in, usually with vibration, might be the determining factor in the "to whose benefit". Higher vibration, to which we should be headed may be being curtailed, in order to keep us here. Anyways, none of this is clear, but I thought I would post it as I didnt want the idea to vanish.

See if any of it gels with your own ideas. hf

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OK, just chattin on VC, and we have the term 'etherial cold'. Maybe cold one dimensional level up?

Events we are creating here are influencing what is occuring levels above us, dimensionally/ascendently.

Beings who live across a few dimensions perhaps? Collapse many in to one big density?


Also, if the ice is trapping thoughts and ideas, maybe it could also be considered a filter of sorts? The frozen water only allows certain types of ideas/thoughts to flow in and out of our Planet's realm?

Melting the ice caps would then allow free thinking? and influences from outside? Dunno. Interesting though.

Last Edited by BadHairDay on 04/03/2011 05:05 AM
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@ BHD : VERY interresting thinkingpaths !!!!
I'll keep an eye on you ... lol...



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Thnx for sharing that with us, And that AC too hf