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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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Yes.

In the early days of glp, we covered a lot of information about Antarctica, its historical mysteries and seemingly prevailing importance.

About ten years ago, there was emergency evacuations of research personnel during the working months, which was never explained.

It is the location of the last battle of WWII, which was never put in the history books. We got whipped.

There are a warm water lakes under the ice with the largest in Russia's possession. Same longitude as Thunder Horse.

Reported time/lapse/gravity/shift within balloon height from the ground.

Much more, but it will take a lot of work get set up a reasonable post summarizing some things which seem to inter-relate to the mess in the GOM. All my notes are a couple computers ago and I don't have my old hard drives.

Perhaps other can suggest relevance to Antarctica, particularly in light of OP's reference to "Polar" names and other such remarks. Particularly that Polar ships are not yet retrofitted.

Something has gone wrong with the "scheduling" of the GOM event by the tptb. Bill Clinton retains support of a lot of the US public and he is endorsing bombing the site. O'bama reported to say that it is too early, timing is not right, but seems clear that a bomb will be the answer.

btw, I see no possibility of evacuating the Gulf Coast population. The logistics are too great.




1. GOM is the second largest field(s)/location to date of hydrates.
Second only to that found in the perma frost.


Remember OP's girlfriend mentioned 301 and 300 ?
300 Project Deep Freeze (what we know is about antartic)= PERMA FROST
301 Project Anti-Freeze (what could be about THE GOM ...)

...

Thoughts on this ?

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Immanuel Velikovsky? Richard Hoagland? Graham hancock?

R u certain that it is the same longitude as Thunder Horse?
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Ozicell, can you meet me at the GLP PAC forum please?


May I ask what is the GLP PAC forum? (I'm newly registered and still learning my way around here) Thanks

Awhile back, Trinity, who is the site owner, posted three questions, that if you answered all three correctly, you would get an upgrade and a cool little alien head next to your user name. The GLP PAC forum is just for those few people who answered correctly


You are full of shit.

I think you are wrong..look it up asshole
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I remember the thread. I got the answers right, too (in my head - still remain AC). rockon
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Something has gone wrong with the "scheduling" of the GOM event by the tptb

This feeling is getting stronger and stronger with me, has been for the last month, thus the denial to allow other countries in,since they have approved them,so this has to take place before those other countries can gear up and arrive. They're buying a little more time for the big show.




C'mon, Watcher . . . what is "GOM event" supposed to mean?
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By using the word "scheduling", you make it sound like this is a future event that tptb have planned.
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You people pay no attention. What a waste. This will be last try on this thread. Clue-want to play? Come play clue.

Last time here, I thought I went 1st. But it happened so quick, I saw I really went 2nd

So, it's still your move.


Hmm

The Colonel, in the library, with the revolver?


MS/SFO


MS/SFO

Project Description
The work to be conducted under this agreement is to continue technological development aimed at the establishment of a monitoring station/sea-floor observatory (MS/SFO) to monitor and investigate the hydrocarbon system within the hydrate stability zone (HSZ) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. The intention of this and past efforts is to consolidate research effort and to equip the MS/SFO with a variety of sensors that will enable the determination of a steady-state description of physical, chemical and thermal conditions in its local environment as well as to detect temporal changes of those conditions. Objectives for work under this agreement include deployment, installation, and testing of sensor and support systems critical to the successful operation of the gas hydrates MS/SFO in MC118.

[link to fossil.energy.gov]
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993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up
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You people pay no attention. What a waste. This will be last try on this thread. Clue-want to play? Come play clue.

Last time here, I thought I went 1st. But it happened so quick, I saw I really went 2nd

So, it's still your move.


Hmm

The Colonel, in the library, with the revolver?


MS/SFO


MS/SFO

Project Description
The work to be conducted under this agreement is to continue technological development aimed at the establishment of a monitoring station/sea-floor observatory (MS/SFO) to monitor and investigate the hydrocarbon system within the hydrate stability zone (HSZ) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. The intention of this and past efforts is to consolidate research effort and to equip the MS/SFO with a variety of sensors that will enable the determination of a steady-state description of physical, chemical and thermal conditions in its local environment as well as to detect temporal changes of those conditions. Objectives for work under this agreement include deployment, installation, and testing of sensor and support systems critical to the successful operation of the gas hydrates MS/SFO in MC118.

[link to fossil.energy.gov]


993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up
 Quoting: Fawn 993124

AC how does this facility fit with this thread? Can you confirm the OP's information in any way? Don't leave us hanging brother. Too much is at stake. Does this facility hold the key to the "cargo" that the OP related?
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These 'others' would be lurking on GLP?


Yes. The info is valid, but not meant for us. That's why some doesn't make sense.

What a twist,lol.

my head hurts putin


Lmao, I can understand that.
 Quoting: TheWatcher


Mine too...this thread has more twists and turns than a bowl of spaghetti...we are being used then? as cover for messages given to someone else...Whoa...
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I've been reading this thread for a while and wanted to post a theory on the bouy 'melting' and what other problems could be happening. Someone sort of touched on it with the Mythbusters video upthread.

Corexit is a type of detergent. Think of Dawn dishwashing liquid that 'dissolves' grease by breaking it down into tiny droplets. That's why we keep hearing about how Corexit is 'safer than dishwater', which in your sink, it might be.

However think back to what happened when they mixed dishwashing detergent with methane? Under normal circumstances, this product might do fine for oil spills/leaks, but in this case, 40% methane...

So think back to the flammable foam in the Mythbusters video times a million?

Just a thought and I'm looking into it more now.

Good job everyone and I appreciate the brain power going on here.
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The evac of the -a part of the- GOM is for the public eye > to make it look as if they care and did their best of ability. (Let me piuck here) Thats why they have to/want to use poisons and have used vaccinations wich will activate their "purpose" in a drastic way ...
Quoting: krispy71



H1N1...not just for flu season anymore!

Oh, God in heaven.
 Quoting: Doomamatrix


H1N1 and vax against THE MEX FLU > get it?
"mexico" flu
Mex flu + GOM ....
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You people pay no attention. What a waste. This will be last try on this thread. Clue-want to play? Come play clue.

Last time here, I thought I went 1st. But it happened so quick, I saw I really went 2nd

So, it's still your move.


Hmm

The Colonel, in the library, with the revolver?


MS/SFO


MS/SFO

Project Description
The work to be conducted under this agreement is to continue technological development aimed at the establishment of a monitoring station/sea-floor observatory (MS/SFO) to monitor and investigate the hydrocarbon system within the hydrate stability zone (HSZ) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. The intention of this and past efforts is to consolidate research effort and to equip the MS/SFO with a variety of sensors that will enable the determination of a steady-state description of physical, chemical and thermal conditions in its local environment as well as to detect temporal changes of those conditions. Objectives for work under this agreement include deployment, installation, and testing of sensor and support systems critical to the successful operation of the gas hydrates MS/SFO in MC118.

[link to fossil.energy.gov]


993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up

AC how does this facility fit with this thread? Can you confirm the OP's information in any way? Don't leave us hanging brother. Too much is at stake. Does this facility hold the key to the "cargo" that the OP related?
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993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up
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Something has gone wrong with the "scheduling" of the GOM event by the tptb

This feeling is getting stronger and stronger with me, has been for the last month, thus the denial to allow other countries in,since they have approved them,so this has to take place before those other countries can gear up and arrive. They're buying a little more time for the big show.




C'mon, Watcher . . . what is "GOM event" supposed to mean?




By using the word "scheduling", you make it sound like this is a future event that tptb have planned.
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Where is Prince Charles speaking of which?


Peace. :o)
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I've been reading this thread for a while and wanted to post a theory on the bouy 'melting' and what other problems could be happening. Someone sort of touched on it with the Mythbusters video upthread.

Corexit is a type of detergent. Think of Dawn dishwashing liquid that 'dissolves' grease by breaking it down into tiny droplets. That's why we keep hearing about how Corexit is 'safer than dishwater', which in your sink, it might be.

However think back to what happened when they mixed dishwashing detergent with methane? Under normal circumstances, this product might do fine for oil spills/leaks, but in this case, 40% methane...

So think back to the flammable foam in the Mythbusters video times a million?

Just a thought and I'm looking into it more now.

Good job everyone and I appreciate the brain power going on here.
 Quoting: SR37 1019703


Today it looked again AS IF the venting collum out of the BOP was on fire again ...
I know this is not real FIRE ;) (DONT WORRY)
Do we have a vid from mythbusters to compare?
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H1N1...not just for flu season anymore!

Oh, God in heaven.


H1N1 and vax against THE MEX FLU > get it?
"mexico" flu
Mex flu + GOM ....
 Quoting: Krispy71


I am staring at you, via the screen, staring at you as if you were a fablous creature just risen from a swirling methane sea.

Good Gott in Himel you are 'effen kidding me.

Because that makes some sense.

Or consider this: the CDC calls back the unused vials of the crap and mixes it with something even worse and more unfortunate and then requires evacs. to get the jab of the "special" stuff which combined with what they already took and have been breathing in....

I'm getting too woo, I think.
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Some, most of mine actually are typo edits, where I post and look and notice a word misspelled. Lol, Huge hands, size 17 ring finger, a Texas boy. Usually when deep in thought will sometimes post several smaller posts as the thoughts come out. My apologies for that.
 Quoting: TheWatcher

Watcher, your words made me think about a weird idea...
Could somebody with English as native language check OP's posts for odd grammer and wrong written words?
It's probably a stupid idea, but eventually OP made some mistakes not by accident but in a kind of code?
Just guessing... 1dunno1
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Lol, all good Doom, gathering thoughts here.
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H1N1...not just for flu season anymore!

Oh, God in heaven.


H1N1 and vax against THE MEX FLU > get it?
"mexico" flu
Mex flu + GOM ....


I am staring at you, via the screen, staring at you as if you were a fablous creature just risen from a swirling methane sea.

Good Gott in Himel you are 'effen kidding me.

Because that makes some sense.

Or consider this: the CDC calls back the unused vials of the crap and mixes it with something even worse and more unfortunate and then requires evacs. to get the jab of the "special" stuff which combined with what they already took and have been breathing in....

I'm getting too woo, I think.
 Quoting: Doomamatrix


Wow, mandatory vaccinations coming soon? Fits.
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I rather equate it to hearing a telephone conversation on one side, then trying to figure out what the other person is saying, we're there.
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I've been reading this thread for a while and wanted to post a theory on the bouy 'melting' and what other problems could be happening. Someone sort of touched on it with the Mythbusters video upthread.

Corexit is a type of detergent. Think of Dawn dishwashing liquid that 'dissolves' grease by breaking it down into tiny droplets. That's why we keep hearing about how Corexit is 'safer than dishwater', which in your sink, it might be.

However think back to what happened when they mixed dishwashing detergent with methane? Under normal circumstances, this product might do fine for oil spills/leaks, but in this case, 40% methane...

So think back to the flammable foam in the Mythbusters video times a million?

Just a thought and I'm looking into it more now.

Good job everyone and I appreciate the brain power going on here.


Today it looked again AS IF the venting collum out of the BOP was on fire again ...
I know this is not real FIRE ;) (DONT WORRY)
Do we have a vid from mythbusters to compare?
 Quoting: Krispy71


Not sure how to embed, but here is the link. If it doesn't work, can someone do it for me?

[link to www.youtube.com]
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*ALERT* Congressman suspects BP tapped multiple oil reservoirs while drilling the Macondo Well; Oil may also be rushing IN to damaged casing

By oilflorida, on June 30th, 2010

The Chairman of the Energy and Environment Subcommittee Rep. Ed Markey is now questioning not only if oil and gas are seeping out of the damaged casing into the seabed and surrounding rock, but whether oil and gas may be rushing IN to the casing after BP drilled into oil formations above the target reservoir.


See here for the questions and more : [link to www.floridaoilspilllaw.com]

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You people pay no attention. What a waste. This will be last try on this thread. Clue-want to play? Come play clue.

Last time here, I thought I went 1st. But it happened so quick, I saw I really went 2nd

So, it's still your move.


Hmm

The Colonel, in the library, with the revolver?


MS/SFO


MS/SFO

Project Description
The work to be conducted under this agreement is to continue technological development aimed at the establishment of a monitoring station/sea-floor observatory (MS/SFO) to monitor and investigate the hydrocarbon system within the hydrate stability zone (HSZ) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. The intention of this and past efforts is to consolidate research effort and to equip the MS/SFO with a variety of sensors that will enable the determination of a steady-state description of physical, chemical and thermal conditions in its local environment as well as to detect temporal changes of those conditions. Objectives for work under this agreement include deployment, installation, and testing of sensor and support systems critical to the successful operation of the gas hydrates MS/SFO in MC118.

[link to fossil.energy.gov]


993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up

AC how does this facility fit with this thread? Can you confirm the OP's information in any way? Don't leave us hanging brother. Too much is at stake. Does this facility hold the key to the "cargo" that the OP related?


993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 993124


Anyone else care to chime in with an interpretation of this info? The AC is playing a game yet directs us to this MS/SFO entity.
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I have to go serve up the meatloaf now.

You guys are bogling my brain, that is for sure!
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on page 120 and THIS THREAD IS GETTING HEAVY....OMG...weeks or days we have left....!!!!!!
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I've been reading this thread for a while and wanted to post a theory on the bouy 'melting' and what other problems could be happening. Someone sort of touched on it with the Mythbusters video upthread.

Corexit is a type of detergent. Think of Dawn dishwashing liquid that 'dissolves' grease by breaking it down into tiny droplets. That's why we keep hearing about how Corexit is 'safer than dishwater', which in your sink, it might be.

However think back to what happened when they mixed dishwashing detergent with methane? Under normal circumstances, this product might do fine for oil spills/leaks, but in this case, 40% methane...

So think back to the flammable foam in the Mythbusters video times a million?

Just a thought and I'm looking into it more now.

Good job everyone and I appreciate the brain power going on here.


Today it looked again AS IF the venting collum out of the BOP was on fire again ...
I know this is not real FIRE ;) (DONT WORRY)
Do we have a vid from mythbusters to compare?


Not sure how to embed, but here is the link. If it doesn't work, can someone do it for me?

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: SR37 1019703
Here you go
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*ALERT* Congressman suspects BP tapped multiple oil reservoirs while drilling the Macondo Well; Oil may also be rushing IN to damaged casing

By oilflorida, on June 30th, 2010

The Chairman of the Energy and Environment Subcommittee Rep. Ed Markey is now questioning not only if oil and gas are seeping out of the damaged casing into the seabed and surrounding rock, but whether oil and gas may be rushing IN to the casing after BP drilled into oil formations above the target reservoir.


See here for the questions and more : [link to www.floridaoilspilllaw.com]
 Quoting: Krispy71


This is why they need the mud log, to see how many sub strates they drilled thru, each permeable sub strata allows oil to flow towards the hole. If they drilled thru 10/20, that's considered alot by most standards. As far I know, this info hasn't been released, even to congress, who asked for it.
But this works both ways see, if the pressure from the bottom of the bore is higher than what exists at the sub strata, it will flow up and out those layers as well, thus a sort of natural continual frakking. As they constrict the top of the hole, it increases presssure down the bore, forcing more and more out thru the sub strates. A no win condition.

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I read the first page of this thread when it started and then did not pay any more attention to it. Pow! It sure ballooned pretty fast. Is it worth reading 120 pages? Anyone willing to give a quick summary? Thanks in advance.
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You people pay no attention. What a waste. This will be last try on this thread. Clue-want to play? Come play clue.

Last time here, I thought I went 1st. But it happened so quick, I saw I really went 2nd

So, it's still your move.


Hmm

The Colonel, in the library, with the revolver?


MS/SFO


MS/SFO

Project Description
The work to be conducted under this agreement is to continue technological development aimed at the establishment of a monitoring station/sea-floor observatory (MS/SFO) to monitor and investigate the hydrocarbon system within the hydrate stability zone (HSZ) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. The intention of this and past efforts is to consolidate research effort and to equip the MS/SFO with a variety of sensors that will enable the determination of a steady-state description of physical, chemical and thermal conditions in its local environment as well as to detect temporal changes of those conditions. Objectives for work under this agreement include deployment, installation, and testing of sensor and support systems critical to the successful operation of the gas hydrates MS/SFO in MC118.

[link to fossil.energy.gov]


993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up

AC how does this facility fit with this thread? Can you confirm the OP's information in any way? Don't leave us hanging brother. Too much is at stake. Does this facility hold the key to the "cargo" that the OP related?


993124- You can come play clue, you're caught up


Anyone else care to chime in with an interpretation of this info? The AC is playing a game yet directs us to this MS/SFO entity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 391217


We have over 120 pages of interest here and no one has any input with regard to this possible detail of the cargo situation? This AC has lead us to the MS/SFO monitoring station/sea-floor observatory in the GOM and everyone dead ends on the thread topic. Does anyone know anything about this facility and its mission? Go to the link and you will see that this project is heavily funded and supported by the federal government.
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H1N1...not just for flu season anymore!

Oh, God in heaven.


H1N1 and vax against THE MEX FLU > get it?
"mexico" flu
Mex flu + GOM ....
Krispy71

I am staring at you, via the screen, staring at you as if you were a fablous creature just risen from a swirling methane sea.

Good Gott in Himel you are 'effen kidding me.

Because that makes some sense.

Or consider this: the CDC calls back the unused vials of the crap and mixes it with something even worse and more unfortunate and then requires evacs. to get the jab of the "special" stuff which combined with what they already took and have been breathing in....

I'm getting too woo, I think.
Doom

Wow, mandatory vaccinations coming soon? Fits.
[link to lifeabundantly-alim.blogspot.com]
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It is proven that many vaccins cauze trouble with breathings - respatory problems and infections > ... with all those gasses comming at you ...
what do we hear from people in the GOM ? just that.

I have a doc on that but it is in dutch :(
[link to www.vaccinatieinformatie.nl]

Seyle (1937) distinguished three stages in the aspecific stress syndrome:
1.Alarm-fase. At this stage the body has been immediately put on and mobilises it already its maintaining resources, where the dissidence of corticoïden is strongly intensified.
2.Resist-fase. The body has to now a maximum capacity offer capacitance to an infection, poison or lesion. 3.Exhausttion-fase. At this stage all maintaining resources have been exhausted and can the organism succumb. We can consider the exhaustion phase also as a crisis phase, which is generally followed convalescence.

Too much to put all here, and I am too tired to go into it more ... (its almost 3 past midnight here)
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I've been reading this thread for a while and wanted to post a theory on the bouy 'melting' and what other problems could be happening. Someone sort of touched on it with the Mythbusters video upthread.

Corexit is a type of detergent. Think of Dawn dishwashing liquid that 'dissolves' grease by breaking it down into tiny droplets. That's why we keep hearing about how Corexit is 'safer than dishwater', which in your sink, it might be.

However think back to what happened when they mixed dishwashing detergent with methane? Under normal circumstances, this product might do fine for oil spills/leaks, but in this case, 40% methane...

So think back to the flammable foam in the Mythbusters video times a million?

Just a thought and I'm looking into it more now.

Good job everyone and I appreciate the brain power going on here.


Today it looked again AS IF the venting collum out of the BOP was on fire again ...
I know this is not real FIRE ;) (DONT WORRY)
Do we have a vid from mythbusters to compare?


Not sure how to embed, but here is the link. If it doesn't work, can someone do it for me?

[link to www.youtube.com]
Here you go
 Quoting: RenegadeSon


WOW WOW

Remember OP saying COMBUSTION FOAM ?????

8:57 AM one aircraft reporting possible combustion foam on surface

9:41 AM o many things reported, captain of aircraft report buoy failure, all data loss, no measurements taken, captain says buoy just popped within seconds of hitting foam, melted and sunk, second buoy did the same
Mistral issued alert to all vicinity traffic to avoid column COLLUM OF BUBBLES
Em captain says pipes forming on seabed and leading from rim
GCP captain stil has proximity alert on cargo, waiting for instructions
there are other DED channel alerts also but they not from the gulf of mexico

FLOCKS OF FOAM (?)on seafloor
[link to www.mijnalbum.nl]

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Go to the link and you will see that this project is heavily funded and supported by the federal government.

The link provided describes using microbes in conjunction with methane columns(ring a bell?) to biologically create electricity from the water. i.e. an experiment. When I started reading the doc, my heart started racing, this is what is going on. this unit was placed and functional on March of 2009, IN THE NORTH GULF. The object is to produce electricity from a chemical reaction, between microbes and methane, to produce electricity. I remember reading over a week ago, that the spots people are getting on they're legs when they wade, are from bacteria blooms (not the corexit persae). Bacteria can be/are microbes. Now, some are mentioning new types of algae they have never seen before (related?). I have a number of times (recently) where they are monitoring "microbes" for breakdown of the oil.If this is the case, the whole Gulf is one big lab experiment. Oh, I so hope I'm wrong. Oh my.

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1. GOM is the second largest field(s)/location to date of hydrates.
Second only to that found in the perma frost.

Remember OP's girlfriend mentioned 301(efialtes) and 300(leonidas) ?
300 Project Deep Freeze (what we know is about antartic)= PERMA FROST
301 Project Anti-Freeze (what could be about THE GOM ...)

...Thermopylea

Thoughts on this ?
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Yes.

In the early days of glp, we covered a lot of information about Antarctica, ( [link to en.wikipedia.org] )its historical mysteries and seemingly prevailing importance.

About ten years ago, there was emergency evacuations of research personnel during the working months, which was never explained. (lake vostok, iodine tablets)

It is the location of the last battle of WWII, which was never put in the history books. We got whipped. (hint:hell boy)

There are a warm water lakes under the ice with the largest in Russia's possession. Same longitude as Thunder Horse (Trojan Horse).

Reported time/lapse/gravity/shift within balloon height from the ground.

Much more, but it will take a lot of work get set up a reasonable post summarizing some things which seem to inter-relate to the mess in the GOM. All my notes are a couple computers ago (:lolme2) and I don't have my old hard drives.

Perhaps other can suggest relevance to Antarctica, particularly in light of OP's reference to "Polar" names and other such remarks. Particularly that Polar ships are not yet retrofitted.

Something has gone wrong with the "scheduling" of the GOM event by the tptb. Bill Clinton retains support of a lot of the US public and he is endorsing bombing the site. O'bama reported to say that it is too early, timing is not right (stars), but seems clear that a bomb will be the answer.

btw, I see no possibility of evacuating the Gulf Coast population. The logistics are too great. (sadly agreed)


Intresting that Thunder Horse (international aid)is at the same longitude (latitude of Troy)!
Can you tell me about that please ?
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Go to the link and you will see that this project is heavily funded and supported by the federal government.

The link provided describes using microbes in conjunction with methane columns(ring a bell?) to biological create electricity from the water. i.e. an experiment. When I started reading the doc, my heart started racing, this is what is going on. this unit was placed and functional on March of 2009, IN THE NORTH GULF. The object is to produce electricity from a chemical reaction, between microbes and methane, to produce electricity. I remember reading over a week ago, that the spots people are getting on they're legs when they wade, are from bacteria blooms (not the corexit persae). Bacteria can be/are microbes. Now, some are mentioning new types of algae they have never seen before (related?). I have a number of times (recently) where they are monitoring "microbes" for breakdown of the oil.If this is the case, the whole Gulf is one big lab experiment. Oh, I so hope I'm wrong. Oh my.
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