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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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Thanks for reposting RKen..has it been proven to be false?..
I'm happy that Krispy saved OP's posts...

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Squiddy came in the VC with one remark:

Squiddy: some lines can only be cRossed once. i trUst my Brief intrusion furthers the discussions of broader ideas. see You all at the last post.
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Thanks for reposting RKen..has it been proven to be false?..
I'm happy that Krispy saved OP's posts...
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No problem Breezy. Always happy to help out.

you know what they say about building houses on sand. rken
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Thanks Monatom
I'll be looking forward to seeing a sample of that rock type at the conference
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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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You're welcome Breezy I wish I had the time check out the voice chat as well
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ASTRONOMICAL ALIGNMENTS:
THE CAUSE OF STRONG EARTHQUAKES

THE PROOF THAT STRONG SEISMICITY ARISES DUE TO MAGNIFICATION OF MASS RESONANCE DURING EARTH'S ALIGNMENTS TO CELESTIAL OBJECTS - 12 April 2011

Empirical proof (2011) of the georesonator concept (the Earth thought of as a forced mechanical oscillator) is now available as a preprint. Strong (~M6+) seismicity on Earth occurs due to magnification of Earth masses' (mostly the mantle's) resonance during the Earth's long (>3 days) astronomical alignments with astronomical objects in our solar system. The concept is akin to a bridge eventually collapsing due to soldiers step-marching across it. Thus earthquake precursors such as atmospheric or Sun activity ones are not due to some mysterious "outgoing radiation", but are a part of the same outer forcing that acts naturally along the forcing towards the Earth.

[link to sites.google.com]

enjoy rken
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Astronomical alignments as the cause of ~M6+ seismicity

Mensur Omerbashich
(Submitted on 11 Apr 2011)
I here demonstrate empirically my georesonator concept in which tidally induced magnification of Earth masses' resonance causes seismicity. To that end, I show that all strong (~M6+) earthquakes of 2010 occurred during the Earth's long (t>3 day) astronomical alignments within our solar system. I then show that the same holds true for all very strong (~M8+) earthquakes of the decade of 2000s. Finally, the strongest (M8.6+) earthquakes of the past century are shown to have occurred during the Earth's multiple long alignments, whereas half of the high-strongest (M9+) ones occurred during the Full Moon. I used the comet C/2010 X1 (Elenin), as it has been adding to robustness in terms of very strong seismicity since 2007 (in terms of strongest seismicity: since 1965). The Elenin will continue intensifying the Earth's very strong seismicity until August-October, 2011. Approximate forecast of earthquakes based on my discoveries is feasible. This demonstration proves my hyperresonator concept, arrived at earlier as a mathematical-physical solution to the most general extension of the georesonator concept possible.

[link to arxiv.org]

Augie my foot. rken
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Learned something today:

"X" within a circle spray-painted on a wall/debris means that the location has been searched and no bodies have been found.

Last night the Southern states in the US were beaten up all through "tornado alley" and there are many dead.


[link to www.youtube.com]

These storms were huge! In the Atlanta metro area, the storms generally passed Westerly and Northerly of the city.

Birmingham in Alabama was hit very hard, along with a number of smaller towns in several states.

In my lifetime, there have been single storms as large, but I've never seen so many tornadoes at one time, and so large, some covering territory 2 miles wide.

Telling us a type of "wind sheer" set these storms up.
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Here is a pdf file online or download with scientific examination of the the alignment situation. very good

[link to arxiv.org]

rken
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Squiddy came in the VC with one remark:

Squiddy: some lines can only be cRossed once. i trUst my Brief intrusion furthers the discussions of broader ideas. see You all at the last post.
 Quoting: Keth



RUBY



bump
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Squiddy came in the VC with one remark:

Squiddy: some lines can only be cRossed once. i trUst my Brief intrusion furthers the discussions of broader ideas. see You all at the last post.
 Quoting: Keth



RUBY



bump
 Quoting: Krispy71

short for rubicon?
"When your eyes are incapable of tears,
your ears lose their sensitivity,
your voice is unable to wound
and your feet are cleansed
in the blood of your heart,
then you may stand in the
presence of your master."

Loosely translated from:
"Light on the Path"
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RUBY tuesday LOL
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Cool posts BlueET, and Rken.

Ruby Tuesday - have you listened to the words to that?
One of my favourite songs! On ya Mick.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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There was a RUBY at 146 (M7) ... she seemed from 131 ...
And seemed like above aco in rank ....

146 EV * NY :
<16:16>[Acolyte]: she is echelon however
<16:16>[Acolyte]: not rrr lol
<16:18>[M]: how do you describe echelon
<16:18>[M]: ?
<16:19>[Acolyte]: in one word mog
<16:19>[Acolyte]: ORANGE






Maybe its her, maybe not ... idk ....

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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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That idea of rapid mutation is really cool Breez.

If the organism is as originally stated, a primordial material laying dormant for millenia, then could it be the actual spark of life? The element that is responsible for the creation of living things and systems when it comes in contact with a basic life form.

BlueET's ideas on a non rock ateroid hit at a specific point on the Earth could tie in to this, as perhaps an update orgi' injected in to the system, to make life mutate in to a new phase.

Maybe this has been going on for millenia, and updates get shot in from time to time, when the time is ripe. The organism, which is IN the Earth, according to some, communicates to the greater universe, and a period of time later, something is received, which when intermixed with the old spark of life, allows new forms to be created both on Earth in the form of plants and animals etc, but also within the Earth, in the form of new structures, new minerals, and exotic materials, and surface terraforming to allow new things to happen.

This may be an extremely violent episode, or it may be a quiet slow change.

If any of that is is possible, then an already formed Human, comming in to contact with something so basic and powerful may indeed bring on rapid change. Change too rapid to survive as an already formed person.

Without being too goolish, it is a pity more detailed info on the dead sailors is not available, as it might shed light on why they died.

I used to say it a lot in the beginning, and I will keep to it from now on regarding one of the pivotal points Aco brought up as OP - that being the next wars will be faught using submarines, as planes wont fly right, and ships wont work either.

So, vibes and subs then. And the Arctic. And Antarctica, just in case the misdirection was part of the misdirection, knowing that we might be misdirected.... oh yeah, I'm on to this...
It's all about the 'vibe'
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RUBY tuesday LOL
 Quoting: Blue ET 1148411


"She would never say where she came from
Yesterday don't matter if it's gone
While the sun is bright
Or in the darkest night
No one knows
She comes and goes

Goodbye, ruby tuesday
Who could hang a name on you?
When you change with every new day
Still Im gonna miss you...

Don't question why she needs to be so free
Shell tell you it's the only way to be
She just can't be chained
To a life where nothings gained
And nothings lost
At such a cost

There's no time to lose, I heard her say
Catch your dreams before they slip away
Dying all the time
Lose your dreams
And you will lose your mind.
Aint life unkind?

Goodbye, ruby tuesday
Who could hang a name on you?
When you change with every new day
Still Im gonna miss you..."

Now aint that a classic! Too Bezerk, even for me.
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Ludicrous speculation ensues....

......

Without being too goolish, it is a pity more detailed info on the dead sailors is not available, as it might shed light on why they died.

I used to say it a lot in the beginning, and I will keep to it from now on regarding one of the pivotal points Aco brought up as OP - that being the next wars will be faught using submarines, as planes wont fly right, and ships wont work either.

So, vibes and subs then. And the Arctic. And Antarctica, just in case the misdirection was part of the misdirection, knowing that we might be misdirected.... oh yeah, I'm on to this...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 241802



Perhaps the issue of magnetism should be given more attention. Recall the Astute? Dead in the water. Later, when docked, a sailor on board shoots and kills. Mutiny?

Not so sure that the subs will fight the next wars.

It remains within reason to believe that there is a sub sunk and sitting on the floor of the GOM. Perhaps not a big one, or a nuclear sub, but sunk nonetheless. Recall the object on the floor with the prop marks in the sand.

Also, OP (or GF) reported there was evidence (pictures?) of HMS on the GOM seabed.
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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


That is what we will becom ... micro = macro

If we become a community of individuals (cells) that survives (the changing energies in the univers momentarely)
we all have a physical history togetter, but not specific came from the same mom and dad. (maybe we HUman types will blend with other types that made the schift and change of density and dimensions or whatever). We will grow more complex, although the origional primary strands will be at our source.

Humans and evolutions.

;)
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I think we already are a microcosim of the macrocosim like a fractual the pattern is repeated over and over again from the very large(say the universe) down to the very small (say our bodies). As an individual, a family, a town etc etc we are a repeating pattern.And yet with in that pattern we have free will.
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The thread that just won't die.
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Squiddy came in the VC with one remark:

Squiddy: some lines can only be cRossed once. i trUst my Brief intrusion furthers the discussions of broader ideas. see You all at the last post.
 Quoting: Keth


quote"Watch the CAPITALS : THe person mISing IS Gonna Find out soon."

?
"People were allways getting ready for tomorrow.I didnt believe in that. Tomorrow wasnt getting ready for them. It didnt even know they were there." Cormac Mccarthy
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Thanks for the bump people like you keep us moving along
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Squiddy came in the VC with one remark:

Squiddy: some lines can only be cRossed once. i trUst my Brief intrusion furthers the discussions of broader ideas. see You all at the last post.
 Quoting: Keth


quote"Watch the CAPITALS : THe person mISing IS Gonna Find out soon."

?
 Quoting: option8


Given Aco's and the RRR's more criptic use of said capitals...this person would seem a bit amateurish then.

Subtle as a sledge hammer. Dumbing it down for us?

EDIT

Actually maybe not so dumb. That last line is a doosey!

"see you all at the last post." - of Bezerk, or the World?



Jebus Option8! where did you find that AV?!

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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)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 241802



Is this the LAST-post that Ruby-squiddy was refering to ????
scratching



About the link :
- "However, our data suggests that LUCA was actually sensitive to warmer temperatures and lived in a climate below 50 degrees."
- "We identified common genetic traits between animals, plant, bacteria, and used them to create a tree of life with branches representing separate species. These all stemmed from the same trunk – LUCA, the genetic makeup that we then further characterized."
- they are much more compatible with the theory of an early RNA world, where early life on Earth was composed of ribonucleic acid (RNA), rather than deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).
- LUCA found a cooler micro-climate to develop ... environmental micro domains played a critical role in the development of life on Earth.



To me it sounds like :
First there were several building blocks of live here on Earth (and other planets). With RNA composotive coz that is the primary "repair-kit tool-box" ... Extremophyles have very advanced RNA capabilities. That is logical.
When the Earth cooled down, and changed vibrational frequencies, it had its effect on the existing cells and micro-organisms.
Cold and hot are diffrent frequencies , different HZ, different vibrations ... It seems that a special spectrums (between certain temps) were compatible and resonated the right frequencies so that DNA could devellop and later in a whole set of diverseties. Changes in protons and cosmic radiation , changes in COMMUNICATIONS from as well the Earth- the Sun - and quantum entangled particles (cells) will have played many roles back then as it is now in our time.
Cooler temps seem to have a more stabelising effect ... while hotter temps seem to have a more transforming, unstabler effect .. in which an organism has to make use of its RNA capacities to adapt the changing enviromental aspects.
Like then, (the same principal) is also now.


Frequency is the language !
Heat and cold are more like activators or stabelisors.


NOW :
- Our world and other celestial cells are heating up due to the part of the cosmos we travel through,
this activates CHANGE and adaptations (with well working RNA)/mutations (with bad working RNA).
The PTB wanna contain and freeze some changes in the world, make then cooler and want to prevent the adaptations of organisms who react on the thermic changes in the Earth as well as from the cosmos.
What if this heating up activates the more morphic abilities of organisms, morphing is an adaptation to circumstances , pressure, gravity and temps could play key-roles in this ... and could be why the presumably collected AU-organism kept on morphing,when the stable enviromental circumstances changed,when it was brought on to a dry enviroment of a sub ... cut off from needed nutritions in the waters and presures and temperature. Maybe also on a reaction with so much oxygen and other bacteria, maybe ..

I think that we Humans are also going to see a enlarged activation of our own RNA-cells now that our enviromental circumstances are shanging ... This is not MUTATION, this is basic SURVIVAL and ADAPTATION in coordance with the communications from the Earth, and the Cosmos. Our body still listens to the Call Of Nature, that is older ten any vibration we know.

very interresting is that this article mentioned 3 types !!!
Remember that article I posted on the other page about scientists found that we humans were to divert into 3 cathegories of bacterial make-up ???
LOL... how I love synchronocy !!!!



4/24/2011 4:43 PM page 1224


Interresting scientific find :


Bacterial Ecosystems Divide People Into 3 Groups, Scientists Say
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The thread that just won't die.
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And, for good reason:

"Mystery illnesses plague Louisiana oil spill crews

April 18, 2011
AFP

RACELAND, Louisiana - Jamie Simon worked on a barge in the oily waters for six months following the BP spill last year, cooking for the cleanup workers, washing their clothes and tidying up after them.

One year later, the 32-year-old said she still suffers from a range of debilitating health problems, including racing heartbeat, vomiting, dizziness, ear infections, swollen throat, poor sight in one eye and memory loss.

She blames toxic elements in the crude oil and the dispersants sprayed to dissolve it after the BP-leased Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico about 50 miles (80 kilometers) off the coast of Louisiana on April 20, 2010.

"I was exposed to those chemicals, which I questioned, and they told me it was just as safe as Dawn dishwashing liquid and there was nothing for me to worry about," she said of the BP bosses at the job site.

The local doctor, Mike Robichaux, said he has seen as many as 60 patients like Simon in recent weeks, as this small southern town of 10,000 bordered by swamp land and sugar cane fields grapples with a mysterious sickness that some believe is all BP's fault. ..."
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Squiddy came in the VC with one remark:

Squiddy: some lines can only be cRossed once. i trUst my Brief intrusion furthers the discussions of broader ideas. see You all at the last post.
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quote"Watch the CAPITALS : THe person mISing IS Gonna Find out soon."

?
 Quoting: option8


yes ..
THIS IS GF


As I understood, this line came from Squiddy.
She might be GF.
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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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This is interresting ...
we have to look deeper into that maybe ...
Tnx B ET
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Actually maybe not so dumb. That last line is a doosey!

"see you all at the last post." - of Bezerk, or the World?



Jebus Option8! where did you find that AV?!
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Funny how some of us read things differently depending upon our heritage or cultural background.

I read that statement to be the last post in the road on the journey, as in "outpost." Certainly not the end of the world.
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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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Is this the LAST-post that Ruby-squiddy was refering to ????
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About the link :
- "However, our data suggests that LUCA was actually sensitive to warmer temperatures and lived in a climate below 50 degrees."
- "We identified common genetic traits between animals, plant, bacteria, and used them to create a tree of life with branches representing separate species. These all stemmed from the same trunk – LUCA, the genetic makeup that we then further characterized."
- they are much more compatible with the theory of an early RNA world, where early life on Earth was composed of ribonucleic acid (RNA), rather than deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).
- LUCA found a cooler micro-climate to develop ... environmental micro domains played a critical role in the development of life on Earth.



To me it sounds like :
First there were several building blocks of live here on Earth (and other planets). With RNA composotive coz that is the primary "repair-kit tool-box" ... Extremophyles have very advanced RNA capabilities. That is logical.
When the Earth cooled down, and changed vibrational frequencies, it had its effect on the existing cells and micro-organisms.
Cold and hot are diffrent frequencies , different HZ, different vibrations ... It seems that a special spectrums (between certain temps) were compatible and resonated the right frequencies so that DNA could devellop and later in a whole set of diverseties. Changes in protons and cosmic radiation , changes in COMMUNICATIONS from as well the Earth- the Sun - and quantum entangled particles (cells) will have played many roles back then as it is now in our time.
Cooler temps seem to have a more stabelising effect ... while hotter temps seem to have a more transforming, unstabler effect .. in which an organism has to make use of its RNA capacities to adapt the changing enviromental aspects.
Like then, (the same principal) is also now.


Frequency is the language !
Heat and cold are more like activators or stabelisors.


NOW :
- Our world and other celestial cells are heating up due to the part of the cosmos we travel through,
this activates CHANGE and adaptations (with well working RNA)/mutations (with bad working RNA).
The PTB wanna contain and freeze some changes in the world, make then cooler and want to prevent the adaptations of organisms who react on the thermic changes in the Earth as well as from the cosmos.
What if this heating up activates the more morphic abilities of organisms, morphing is an adaptation to circumstances , pressure, gravity and temps could play key-roles in this ... and could be why the presumably collected AU-organism kept on morphing,when the stable enviromental circumstances changed,when it was brought on to a dry enviroment of a sub ... cut off from needed nutritions in the waters and presures and temperature. Maybe also on a reaction with so much oxygen and other bacteria, maybe ..

I think that we Humans are also going to see a enlarged activation of our own RNA-cells now that our enviromental circumstances are shanging ... This is not MUTATION, this is basic SURVIVAL and ADAPTATION in coordance with the communications from the Earth, and the Cosmos. Our body still listens to the Call Of Nature, that is older ten any vibration we know.

very interresting is that this article mentioned 3 types !!!
Remember that article I posted on the other page about scientists found that we humans were to divert into 3 cathegories of bacterial make-up ???
LOL... how I love synchronocy !!!!



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Interresting scientific find :


Bacterial Ecosystems Divide People Into 3 Groups, Scientists Say
[link to www.nytimes.com]
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LUCA = Lucas = alternate = synthetic = trickster

Compare Lucas numbers with Fibonacci numbers. Fibonacci is a natural order, where Lucas is a determined set.
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...

EDIT

Actually maybe not so dumb. That last line is a doosey!

"see you all at the last post." - of Bezerk, or the World?



Jebus Option8! where did you find that AV?!
 Quoting: Keth



Funny how some of us read things differently depending upon our heritage or cultural background.

I read that statement to be the last post in the road on the journey, as in "outpost." Certainly not the end of the world.
 Quoting: option8


yeah , im picking up what your laying down.
we just had anzac day here so "last post" gave me a post-war remembrance kinda thing. as-in after the apocalypse , kinda. (bhd , av is actually better than my real head)

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