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Blood plasma and sea water are almost interchangeable, in fact I believe it has been used, as long as it’s pure and not contaminated, ‘we are of the earth’ you might say, this suggests that it might be true.

Hey BHD now you have been told to look toward the Arctic, where are you going to look now, you know another direction but not south obviously? LOL
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Hahaaha yes, I had a chuckle about that too. Comes down to trust I guess.I appreciate anyone's efforts to help, but in the end I trust my gut.

Indeed this new 'old' arrival may be pointing our heads in the wrong direction, and admitting it! (at least suggesting it) Dont you just love GLP?

Mind you, someone who used to be on GLP was talking about Chinese rigs on the Arctic ice ages ago, which has always held my interest in that region, but little way to prove it. Must see what he's been up to the last few days... :)

Still diggin your work BlueET. Liked that seti post btw.
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Thanks for posting that chat log it is appreciated
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Yes Blue ET sea water and blood plasma have been interchangable in the past but maybe it is to polluted to be interchangable today, unless you can find those pure layers of water
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But I thought frogs were amphibious.
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Flawless....
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Thanks for the chat logs ... interesting stuff.

So Antarctica is a misdirection. Who pointed to it?

Or maybe it was innocently done ... someone on the right train of thought but not focused on the right area?
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Perhaps before we get all het up about chat logs and what we are being told by a stranger, when ACO is not around..we should remember this one thing that was said at the very first of that chat log Krispy posted from VC....



bhd: so Aco is wrong then?


squiddy: no not at all just different way of looking at the same thing





IT'S ALL IN THE PERCEPTION

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With this new (apparent) info, don't know if boreholes in the Arctic will be significant or not, but in case they are, here's a link to a cursory map showing their locations.

[link to nsidc.org]
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Perhaps before we get all het up about chat logs and what we are being told by a stranger, when ACO is not around..we should remember this one thing that was said at the very first of that chat log Krispy posted from VC....

bhd: so Aco is wrong then?

squiddy: no not at all just different way of looking at the same thing

IT'S ALL IN THE PERCEPTION
 Quoting: breezy



Agreed.

It's interesting that the new info seems to fall in line with those whose perceptions and theories differed from Acolyte's.

(And no, that's not a criticism of Acolyte -- it's merely an observation of a curious development.)
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The Infinity Affair?
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The Infinity Affair?
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Novel good one AC241802

The murder of two fellow microbiologists and a bizarre act of ecological sabotage draws Lt. Colonel Jon Smith and the Covert-One Agency into a strange global quest that will lead from the geyser basins of Yellowstone National Park to the exotic Onsan hot spring resorts of Northern Japan and on to the unearthly wastes of Chile's Atacama Desert.

At stake is the Holy Grail of the biological sciences, the Common Universal Ancestor, the origin point of all life on Earth and a potential goldmine for medical science. Smith's investigation leads to South American scientist Dr. Silvestre Alvarado, who is seeking this special universal microbe as a way to prolong life. His goal is human immortality and if he succeeds, mankind, and even the definition of "man" may be altered beyond recognition, forever.
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With this new (apparent) info, don't know if boreholes in the Arctic will be significant or not, but in case they are, here's a link to a cursory map showing their locations.

[link to nsidc.org]
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Almost make one wonder if they are/aren't trying to find a passage from N to S...naw...couldn't be...random thoughts
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Novel good one AC241802

The murder of two fellow microbiologists and a bizarre act of ecological sabotage draws Lt. Colonel Jon Smith and the Covert-One Agency into a strange global quest that will lead from the geyser basins of Yellowstone National Park to the exotic Onsan hot spring resorts of Northern Japan and on to the unearthly wastes of Chile's Atacama Desert.

At stake is the Holy Grail of the biological sciences, the Common Universal Ancestor, the origin point of all life on Earth and a potential goldmine for medical science. Smith's investigation leads to South American scientist Dr. Silvestre Alvarado, who is seeking this special universal microbe as a way to prolong life. His goal is human immortality and if he succeeds, mankind, and even the definition of "man" may be altered beyond recognition, forever.
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that book is not so S/F I feel

Possibly forced my hand before I was ready to post this, but here goes, back to GOM where is thread started from sorry but it’s still the key to all that is going on here in spite of some trying to draw us away from it!
My info suggests our methods of age testing events and artifacts on earth is not very accurate, for instance carbon dating fallout from the asteroid that crashed into the GOM was possibly way less than 65 million years, did you know BTW, even though mainstream paleontologists will tell us that the dinosaurs died out because of the nuclear type winter that event set up, if you actually do your home work you will find dinosaurs of many types survived for millions of years after that. ??
Back to GOM crash site, this was possibly the largest ever impact of a celestial body in modern earth history (modern in the larger picture of earths past) Portions of that asteroid are still down there deep in the earths crust now covered with water of course. It is one of the reasons there are strange gravitational anomalies close by, (see my other posting a day or so ago} possibly also why the Bermuda triangle got its name.
There are people very interested in getting their hands of portions of the large rock of ages past. Because some say it was not a rock! Hmmm food for thought and reasons for extra deep wells in the GOM that are not all looking for oil.
More when I can
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Ludicrous speculation ensues....

Quote:
...Initially, both mutation rate and lateral gene transfer levels were elevated. The latter was pandemic and pervasive to the extent that it, not vertical inheritance, defined the evolutionary dynamic...

(Taken from www.pnas.org%2Fcontent%2F95%2F12%2F6854.full.pdf&ei=mo24TeatH​9Octwf__oHfBA&usg=AFQjCNE64D8s5yy6Jovyh17dB8ZWU3dMmA:

An abstract of a paper by Carl Woese, Dept. of Microbiology, University of Illinois, 1998 titled "The universal ancestor")


I still haven't read all these thread pages, but is it possible that the affected sailors experienced a rapid mutation?


The paper also states:

"The universal ancestor is not a discrete entity. It is, rather, a diverse community of cells that survives and evolves as a biological unit. This communal ancestor has a physical history but not a genealogical one. Over time, this ancestor refined into a smaller number of increasingly complex cell types with the ancestors of the three primary groupings of organisms arising as a result."

AUgie and "cousins"?
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More wild speculation....


"The study changes ideas of early life on Earth. "It is generally believed that LUCA* was a heat-loving or hyperthermophilic organism. A bit like one of those weird organisms living in the hot vents along the continental ridges deep in the oceans today (above 90 degrees Celsius)," says Nicolas Lartillot, the study's co-author and a bio-informatics professor at the Université de Montréal. "However, our data suggests that LUCA was actually sensitive to warmer temperatures and lived in a climate below 50 degrees."

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]


What if this study is wrong? What if the earlier idea is the right one -- that the universal ancestor lived in the hot vents along the ridges -- is correct?

Think of all that DEEP sea drilling....




(*LUCA = Last Universal Common Ancestor)
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Little reported fact since GOM asteroid has copped the blame for loss of dinosaurs.
The shells of American dinosaur eggs became so progressively pathologically thickened, apparently due to genetic mutation caused by atomic radiation, that the baby dinosaurs could no longer break through. In France, the opposite occurred, also it seems due to genetic mutation through the effects from irradiation. The shells of Gallic dinosaur eggs became progressively pathologically thinner and more fragile, so much so in fact that the shells could not hold the baby dinosaurs or embryos. So shellfishes also revealed different shell texture from around that age.
So what was going onhere on earth back in those times? One has to wonder, advanced tech wars?
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"It is only in a subsequent step that LUCA's descendants discovered the more thermostable DNA molecule, which they independently acquired (presumably from viruses), and used to replace the old and fragile RNA vehicle. This invention allowed them to move away from the small cool microclimate, evolved and diversify into a variety of sophisticated organisms that could tolerate heat," adds Dr. Lartillot."

from the article/link posted above...ok...seems to me..that "they" wanted to control this current organism in the gulf with cooling...hmmmm...
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The Infinity Affair?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 241802


Possibly forced my hand before I was ready to post this, but here goes, back to GOM where is thread started from sorry but it’s still the key to all that is going on here in spite of some trying to draw us away from it!
My info suggests our methods of age testing events and artifacts on earth is not very accurate, for instance carbon dating fallout from the asteroid that crashed into the GOM was possibly way less than 65 million years, did you know BTW, even though mainstream paleontologists will tell us that the dinosaurs died out because of the nuclear type winter that event set up, if you actually do your home work you will find dinosaurs of many types survived for millions of years after that. ??
Back to GOM crash site, this was possibly the largest ever impact of a celestial body in modern earth history (modern in the larger picture of earths past) Portions of that asteroid are still down there deep in the earths crust now covered with water of course. It is one of the reasons there are strange gravitational anomalies close by, (see my other posting a day or so ago} possibly also why the Bermuda triangle got its name.
There are people very interested in getting their hands of portions of the large rock of ages past. Because some say it was not a rock! Hmmm food for thought and reasons for extra deep wells in the GOM that are not all looking for oil.
More when I can
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What to these people think it is if not a rock?
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The Infinity Affair?
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Possibly forced my hand before I was ready to post this, but here goes, back to GOM where is thread started from sorry but it’s still the key to all that is going on here in spite of some trying to draw us away from it!
My info suggests our methods of age testing events and artifacts on earth is not very accurate, for instance carbon dating fallout from the asteroid that crashed into the GOM was possibly way less than 65 million years, did you know BTW, even though mainstream paleontologists will tell us that the dinosaurs died out because of the nuclear type winter that event set up, if you actually do your home work you will find dinosaurs of many types survived for millions of years after that. ??
Back to GOM crash site, this was possibly the largest ever impact of a celestial body in modern earth history (modern in the larger picture of earths past) Portions of that asteroid are still down there deep in the earths crust now covered with water of course. It is one of the reasons there are strange gravitational anomalies close by, (see my other posting a day or so ago} possibly also why the Bermuda triangle got its name.
There are people very interested in getting their hands of portions of the large rock of ages past. Because some say it was not a rock! Hmmm food for thought and reasons for extra deep wells in the GOM that are not all looking for oil.
More when I can
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What to these people think it is if not a rock?
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The people that told me it might not be a rock in the asteroid sense of the word also speculate it might not have landed there by accident, it might have been sent aimed what-have-you designed to do a job of work, the job of work might be what this entire thread is trying to find out. I am not the source just a go between I can't give you much more on the subject because at the time I was told about this it was not the most pressing thing being discussed, it's a by the way sort of info that is just now coming to light for us all.....sorry I don't know it all!
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Thanks for the chat logs ... interesting stuff.

So Antarctica is a misdirection. Who pointed to it?

Or maybe it was innocently done ... someone on the right train of thought but not focused on the right area?
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Antarctica mentioned way back as a possible source of "alien" organism frozen into and beneath the ice. Not a misdirection.

squiddy is playin' wid you.
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it would seem that more than just squiddy is playing wid U. rken
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I agree squiddy said "I play both sides of Bezerk" so her/his info should not be looked at through rose tinted glasses.
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Ludicrous speculation ensues....

Quote:
...Initially, both mutation rate and lateral gene transfer levels were elevated. The latter was pandemic and pervasive to the extent that it, not vertical inheritance, defined the evolutionary dynamic...

(Taken from www.pnas.org%2Fcontent%2F95%2F12%2F6854.full.pdf&ei=mo24TeatH​9Octwf__oHfBA&usg=AFQjCNE64D8s5yy6Jovyh17dB8ZWU3dMmA:

An abstract of a paper by Carl Woese, Dept. of Microbiology, University of Illinois, 1998 titled "The universal ancestor")


I still haven't read all these thread pages, but is it possible that the affected sailors experienced a rapid mutation?


The paper also states:

"The universal ancestor is not a discrete entity. It is, rather, a diverse community of cells that survives and evolves as a biological unit. This communal ancestor has a physical history but not a genealogical one. Over time, this ancestor refined into a smaller number of increasingly complex cell types with the ancestors of the three primary groupings of organisms arising as a result."

AUgie and "cousins"?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 241802


I still haven't read all these thread pages, but is it possible that the affected sailors experienced a rapid mutation?



The organism they came into contact with morphed quickly and unexpectedly...it seemed that a couple of the sailors died iirc...don't know if they mutated, but they died...


This thread started on 6/26/2010...and on that day the French sub had picked up samples of the organism(b3 cargo)...The US ordered them to release/jettison the cargo, they refused

6/27/2010 OP states that the cargo has become an issue.

6/29/2010 early am OP reports that there's been an alert
activated on the cargo

OP 6:24 AM captain thinks it was remotely activated because special engineer killed local transmitter after condition romeo

6/29/2010 OP reports that Capt. wants permission to jettison cargo permission refused

6/30/2010 Sub Capt. says cargo has gone live, requests urgent instructions.

7/1/2010 PP report dispersal method inconclusive, nano release still plausible and suspect nanoengineering because of metalic carbon compound morphing (translation problem)

7/3/2010 OP 2:42 PM Good day, we have some idea what the cargo isWe reviewed some of last night transcripts over and over again to be sure, and we both are very upset and frightened about the implications as you say. We decided that we both have to agree before we let this out. It is serious for us, for everyone. She is very hesitating today. That is the reason for my delay today.

7/4/10 -OP 10:28 AM GCP submarine is now in safe waters. crew, ship and cargo quarantined under escort, 8 sailors including the special engineer is now dead

7/4/2010
OP 10:38 AM 30 hours ago the GCP made 80% verification of b3 cargo with the help from PP

-OP 10:49 AM GCP captain requested jettison authorisation twice. Mistral first denied then approved. but after 80% verification there was some situation onboard the submarine. the captain reported that every crew member got a vote. the crew unanimously voted to detain b3 cargo and proceed

7/4/2010 -OP 1:44 PM Em captain reported some crew feeling disorientated

7/4/2010 -OP 2:47 PM an hour or so of transcripts between PP, Em. and Mistral passed and the PP confirmed that the isotopes readings matched those on the GCP b3 cargo.. ..

7/4/2010 -OP 2:58 PM The PP confirmed the discovery of an unknown prehistoric organism which trough nano engineering and extreme depth and pressure morph compounds found in this new oil with seawater into gold, however there is a drawback, a massive and absolutely cataclysmic one

7/4/2010
-OP 3:35 PM Before I state the drawback, let your mind imagine the consequence. The US have found the biggest secret in alchemy. Me and my girlfriend were up for hours discussing this. Who needs oil when you can make gold? You have the seawater, oil compounds,depth, and heat, now all you need is food for the organism. an oversupply of algae will do the job. Why isn't your president worried about the oil or the economy? because he has the goose that can lay the golden egg over and over again. How do you protect the area and the food(algae) or the organism. You tell them its deadly algae and evacuate the gulf.

That would be the plan but then something unforeseen happens as well. the gold which they thought was stable 197 stays like thats only for a few hours, then THE GOLD KEEPS ON MORPHING INTO SOMETHING ELSE because its living and they cant stop it.

And this something else is what is happening onboard GCP and possibly now also on Em.


so from 6/26/2010 until 7/4/2010 is what about one week..and look at all that happened in that time frame...

Problems with ships hulls reported also..

The one is the cargo and the other is that other submarines are reporting the same problem with ballasts tanks not filling properly, air buoyancy, navigation and sonar problems with metallic oil and harassment and provoking moves of unmarked surface ships

-OP 5:14 PM Em captain now reporting that outer hull and skin sensors are picking up flocking of metallic like fibers and attaching to rubberized skin, erosion warning active but low. E also reporting minor sonar distortions


-OP 11:20 AM Em then reported critical situation with hull ... .

-OP 1:41 PM Em captain reported hull demagnetizing issues getting irreversible (translation problem)

-OP 1:53 PM PP instructed Mistral to order Em to do isotope readings immediately on ports side where the metallic fiber flocking was worst and growing

-OP 2:47 PM an hour or so of transcripts between PP, Em. and Mistral passed and the PP confirmed that the isotopes readings matched those on the GCP b3 cargo.. ..


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My take on 19.47 and GOM
Oh shit I think it best I empty the chest of goodies, seeing I started down this road, but I said I was not quite ready mostly because I have to think it through to give it all out in a way that will make sense, when this information was given me, it seemed disjointed because the end result was given long before the cause, and the cause has many levels some which I’m either not privy too or don’t understand.

If what happened in GOM was not an accident it does make sense because it’s a timing thing. You know these days you can buy many supplements, vitamins etc, that have a time release mechanism built into them so the nutrients are released into the bloodstream over many hours and not all at once.

I think whatever it was that struck the earth in the area of the GOM was a organic device well shielded from the impact that would lodge itself deep within the earth at that location, I have touched on the reason for that location in another post, it’s a portal of sorts, natural to our galaxy at least, the 19.47 thing well documented by Richard Hogland and friends I should not need to go there with the group of well informed people on this thread.

Do you ever wonder what you are doing on this planet sometimes are you looking for a sign post? Well mine was so close by, I was conceived on this planet in 1947, might have even died here the same year, 1947 was such a year for planet earth just check out the history books for political and other events.

So my friends who are of the opinion the rock was designed to do a job
because of the emissions it started putting out back in 1947. Maybe it has taken all those years for the receiver to answer back, even on the Bezerk thread we have no idea when these signals, if any? Started.
Aco has never given out any info about that, only that last year the shit hit the fan so to speak with the sub, but the evidence already presented by others and Aco suggest this saga was well underway with those in the know long before 2010. Like how come the Russians already had some form of calibrators in use?

So to me there are two subjects here, splash zones outside the GOM and the main one inside which may well be controlling all the others and hence as been the main focus of attention by the PTB.

And the fact that kept very cold this substance ‘Augie” is much easier to control. Hence all the eyes and ears to the cold land down south.

More later some of us have to work for a living dam it!
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"Do you ever wonder what you are doing on this planet"
quoting Blue ET...

Not a day goes by that I don't wonder that very thing. Not ONE day!!


Thank YOU for your contributions to this thread, for the knowledge, information, and unique insight you bring to it...

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[link to www.newtechspy.com]

I wonder if they ever made a working model

Take the link as you will.,,,,

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Possibly forced my hand before I was ready to post this, but here goes, back to GOM where is thread started from sorry but it’s still the key to all that is going on here in spite of some trying to draw us away from it!
My info suggests our methods of age testing events and artifacts on earth is not very accurate, for instance carbon dating fallout from the asteroid that crashed into the GOM was possibly way less than 65 million years, did you know BTW, even though mainstream paleontologists will tell us that the dinosaurs died out because of the nuclear type winter that event set up, if you actually do your home work you will find dinosaurs of many types survived for millions of years after that. ??
Back to GOM crash site, this was possibly the largest ever impact of a celestial body in modern earth history (modern in the larger picture of earths past) Portions of that asteroid are still down there deep in the earths crust now covered with water of course. It is one of the reasons there are strange gravitational anomalies close by, (see my other posting a day or so ago} possibly also why the Bermuda triangle got its name.
There are people very interested in getting their hands of portions of the large rock of ages past. Because some say it was not a rock! Hmmm food for thought and reasons for extra deep wells in the GOM that are not all looking for oil.
More when I can
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What to these people think it is if not a rock?
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The people that told me it might not be a rock in the asteroid sense of the word also speculate it might not have landed there by accident, it might have been sent aimed what-have-you designed to do a job of work, the job of work might be what this entire thread is trying to find out. I am not the source just a go between I can't give you much more on the subject because at the time I was told about this it was not the most pressing thing being discussed, it's a by the way sort of info that is just now coming to light for us all.....sorry I don't know it all!
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Thanks for the info Blue ET...
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Given that approx. 90% of the cells of the human body are bacteria cells, and only 10% of our body is human cells, it makes one wonder how susceptible our 'makeup' is to being changed, accidentally or deliberately, by 'intrusions' of radio waves upon us.

PS: IMO, the organism is a 'bacteria' also
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Could Bacteria Communicate by Bouncing Electrons Around Their Chromosomes?

What’s the News?:
A group of physicists say they’ve found a way to account for the mysterious radio signals that may be emanating from colonies of E. coli—and it’s not because they’re trying to get our attention.

How the Heck?:
• While human chromosomes are long strings of DNA, bacterial chromosomes are loops. Free electrons travel from atom to atom around such a loop, and as they jump down from one discrete energy level to a lower one, they can emit photons, says a group of researchers, in a recent paper on the arXiv. [link to arxiv.org]
• The researchers calculate that the transition frequencies of these jumps would be 0.5, 1, and 1.5 kilohertz, about what was reported in an earlier study. In other words, the radio signals could be a result of the quantum nature of electrons and the structure of bacterial DNA.

What’s the Context?:
• It’s suspected that bacteria use waves of higher frequencies to communicate with each other and perform other functions, but radio signals aren’t usually discussed in this context.
• Radio signals being emitted by bacterial DNA were first observed during a bizarre episode two years ago in which Luc Montagnier, who won a Nobel in 2008 for his discovery of HIV, self-published a paper that seemed to support the idea of homeopathy and involved teleporting DNA (see New Scientist coverage ($) here).
• Technology Review’s arXiv blog puts it well: [link to www.technologyreview.com]
• Let’s make one thing clear: this is a controversial area of science. The measurements of bacterial radio waves were published in 2009 by Luc Montagnier, who won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 2008 for the discovery of HIV. However, Montagnier is a controversial figure and it’s fair to say that his claims are not accepted by most mainstream biologists.
However, one of the criticisms of the work was that there is no known mechanism by which bacteria can generate radio waves. That criticism may now no longer hold.

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[link to blogs.discovermagazine.com]


see also:


How Bacteria Could Generate Radio waves

The notion that bacteria can transmit radio waves is controversial. But physicists now say they know how it could be done

On the face of it, this seems an unlikely proposition. Natural sources of radio waves include lightning, stars and pulsars while artificial sources include radar, mobile phones and computers. This is a diverse list. So it's hard to see what these things might have in common with bacteria that could be responsible for making radio waves.

But today, Allan Widom at Northeastern University in Boston and a few pals, say they've worked out how it could be done.
They point out that many types of bacterial DNA take the form of circular loops. So they've modelled the behaviour of free electrons moving around such a small loop, pointing out that, as quantum objects, the electrons can take certain energy levels.

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[link to www.technologyreview.com]

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I still haven't read all these thread pages, but is it possible that the affected sailors experienced a rapid mutation?



The organism they came into contact with morphed quickly and unexpectedly...it seemed that a couple of the sailors died iirc...don't know if they mutated, but they died...


This thread started on 6/26/2010...and on that day the French sub had picked up samples of the organism(b3 cargo)...The US ordered them to release/jettison the cargo, they refused

6/27/2010 OP states that the cargo has become an issue.

6/29/2010 early am OP reports that there's been an alert
activated on the cargo

OP 6:24 AM captain thinks it was remotely activated because special engineer killed local transmitter after condition romeo

6/29/2010 OP reports that Capt. wants permission to jettison cargo permission refused

6/30/2010 Sub Capt. says cargo has gone live, requests urgent instructions.

7/1/2010 PP report dispersal method inconclusive, nano release still plausible and suspect nanoengineering because of metalic carbon compound morphing (translation problem)

7/3/2010 OP 2:42 PM Good day, we have some idea what the cargo isWe reviewed some of last night transcripts over and over again to be sure, and we both are very upset and frightened about the implications as you say. We decided that we both have to agree before we let this out. It is serious for us, for everyone. She is very hesitating today. That is the reason for my delay today.

7/4/10 -OP 10:28 AM GCP submarine is now in safe waters. crew, ship and cargo quarantined under escort, 8 sailors including the special engineer is now dead

7/4/2010
OP 10:38 AM 30 hours ago the GCP made 80% verification of b3 cargo with the help from PP

-OP 10:49 AM GCP captain requested jettison authorisation twice. Mistral first denied then approved. but after 80% verification there was some situation onboard the submarine. the captain reported that every crew member got a vote. the crew unanimously voted to detain b3 cargo and proceed

7/4/2010 -OP 1:44 PM Em captain reported some crew feeling disorientated

7/4/2010 -OP 2:47 PM an hour or so of transcripts between PP, Em. and Mistral passed and the PP confirmed that the isotopes readings matched those on the GCP b3 cargo.. ..

7/4/2010 -OP 2:58 PM The PP confirmed the discovery of an unknown prehistoric organism which trough nano engineering and extreme depth and pressure morph compounds found in this new oil with seawater into gold, however there is a drawback, a massive and absolutely cataclysmic one

7/4/2010
-OP 3:35 PM Before I state the drawback, let your mind imagine the consequence. The US have found the biggest secret in alchemy. Me and my girlfriend were up for hours discussing this. Who needs oil when you can make gold? You have the seawater, oil compounds,depth, and heat, now all you need is food for the organism. an oversupply of algae will do the job. Why isn't your president worried about the oil or the economy? because he has the goose that can lay the golden egg over and over again. How do you protect the area and the food(algae) or the organism. You tell them its deadly algae and evacuate the gulf.

That would be the plan but then something unforeseen happens as well. the gold which they thought was stable 197 stays like thats only for a few hours, then THE GOLD KEEPS ON MORPHING INTO SOMETHING ELSE because its living and they cant stop it.

And this something else is what is happening onboard GCP and possibly now also on Em.


so from 6/26/2010 until 7/4/2010 is what about one week..and look at all that happened in that time frame...

Problems with ships hulls reported also..

The one is the cargo and the other is that other submarines are reporting the same problem with ballasts tanks not filling properly, air buoyancy, navigation and sonar problems with metallic oil and harassment and provoking moves of unmarked surface ships

-OP 5:14 PM Em captain now reporting that outer hull and skin sensors are picking up flocking of metallic like fibers and attaching to rubberized skin, erosion warning active but low. E also reporting minor sonar distortions


-OP 11:20 AM Em then reported critical situation with hull ... .

-OP 1:41 PM Em captain reported hull demagnetizing issues getting irreversible (translation problem)

-OP 1:53 PM PP instructed Mistral to order Em to do isotope readings immediately on ports side where the metallic fiber flocking was worst and growing

-OP 2:47 PM an hour or so of transcripts between PP, Em. and Mistral passed and the PP confirmed that the isotopes readings matched those on the GCP b3 cargo.. ..


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Hi Breezy.

This is still speculation. Sailors dieing, a cargo, flocking etc. Unless you have found more proof that any of this happened, it must be given questionable credibility. rken.
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My take on 19.47 and GOM
Oh shit I think it best I empty the chest of goodies, seeing I started down this road, but I said I was not quite ready mostly because I have to think it through to give it all out in a way that will make sense, when this information was given me, it seemed disjointed because the end result was given long before the cause, and the cause has many levels some which I’m either not privy too or don’t understand.

If what happened in GOM was not an accident it does make sense because it’s a timing thing. You know these days you can buy many supplements, vitamins etc, that have a time release mechanism built into them so the nutrients are released into the bloodstream over many hours and not all at once.

I think whatever it was that struck the earth in the area of the GOM was a organic device well shielded from the impact that would lodge itself deep within the earth at that location, I have touched on the reason for that location in another post, it’s a portal of sorts, natural to our galaxy at least, the 19.47 thing well documented by Richard Hogland and friends I should not need to go there with the group of well informed people on this thread.

Do you ever wonder what you are doing on this planet sometimes are you looking for a sign post? Well mine was so close by, I was conceived on this planet in 1947, might have even died here the same year, 1947 was such a year for planet earth just check out the history books for political and other events.

So my friends who are of the opinion the rock was designed to do a job
because of the emissions it started putting out back in 1947. Maybe it has taken all those years for the receiver to answer back, even on the Bezerk thread we have no idea when these signals, if any? Started.
Aco has never given out any info about that, only that last year the shit hit the fan so to speak with the sub, but the evidence already presented by others and Aco suggest this saga was well underway with those in the know long before 2010. Like how come the Russians already had some form of calibrators in use?

So to me there are two subjects here, splash zones outside the GOM and the main one inside which may well be controlling all the others and hence as been the main focus of attention by the PTB.

And the fact that kept very cold this substance ‘Augie” is much easier to control. Hence all the eyes and ears to the cold land down south.

More later some of us have to work for a living dam it!
 Quoting: Blue ET 1148411



I am enjoying your posts Blue ET. You just triggered something. I think they may be interested in a few things within ol' mother earth.

Earlier in this thread I mentioned a most anomalous white rock (bringing sample to conference) that came from a particular opal field and I want to make you aware of an event connected with this substance.

About 80 inhabitants of the field were in town one night, mostly in the restaurant, when they witnessed a UFO approaching. I was told by two witnesses that it came rather close and they saw a barrel shaped outline.

The UFO eventually headed for an area and seemed to land for about 15 minutes after which it took off and disappeared. The area it came down in was where the substance existed underground.

The sequel came two weeks later when two, never before seen individuals, showed up looking for a driller. They had annexed an area around where this UFO landed. The guy who did the drilling was the partner of the one off whom I received this rock. He had a Caldweld rig and was contracted to drill 3 foot holes for them, of which he drilled quite a few.

What was totally peculiar is that when these guys went down the hanging ladders to inspect the hole the driller noted that they were not interested in the opal level. Rather, they were checking out this white rock layer to see how far it extended and how thick it was.

When it was first discovered, the miners used to take these rocks to the surface and place them on tables on the surface where these rocks would go from being hard as granite to disocciating and blowing away in the wind within weeks.

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