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Try this one Tio...


 Quoting: Czarcasym



OMG = JUST a white HELICOPTER !!!!
lolsign


... sorry guys, no AUgie ...
 Quoting: tiomio


Wow, how did you figure that out - full screen maybe? It looks like it has a tail on my screen!
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the "tail" as you call it is the separate organisms lagging behind then catching back up as it moves forward, the same way it did underwater. it can cling together and morph into whatever shape it wishes and when it's moving along in such a shape often single units split off like birds do or fish when swimming in schools, then catch back up to the main body of the unit. that's why the "tail" had individual smaller specks of white in it, with space between. you would have had to have studied it non stop for months to recognize it, obviously, since nobody does.
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Try this one Tio...


 Quoting: Czarcasym


Thank you CZ, I just can't get the hang of getting the links to work! :smiley thinking:

Take a look at the video please:

Go to about .42 seconds and start looking on the upper left hand corner of the screen...keep watching the surf where the water meets the land. Suddenly you will see a big white something that comes up out of the water like a bat out of hell, hits land, keeps moving at the same break-neck pace and after it crosses dry land for a while, disappears off the screen.

Someone earier stated that augie was spotted in the tsunami and if this is an augie we better be prepared for some rough moments in times ahead.
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that is the gulf organism, I have been trying to alert others to this from the first day I saw that tsunami video. I recognized it immediately as I spent the entire summer watching the gulf underwater cams and would recognize the way it moves and the trail of itself that lags behind then catches up as it does... anywhere! I have also seen it in a video someone who had no idea it was even there took of a swimming pool in Florida. no doubt, sure thing. it transformed the rope in the pool and drug it from one end to the other before leaving the water. if you didn't watch the cams 24/7 all those months then no, you wouldn't recognize it but that isn't the case in my own. doesn't matter to me who does or doesn't believe it's the organism... but I know without question that it is/was. shortly thereafter the volcano began acting up and it was also seen in those vids. fluorescing as it DOES vividly and daring about around the base of the volcano. people were calling it "ufo"s in both cases. lol to each their own I guess.
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typo, forgive me... "it was darting about" the volcano base... damn fingers

it also heats up and turns bright red, remember when it melted the metal hand off the ROV in the gulf? when it goes into metal and another metal object approaches it and makes contact with the metal it is IN... the metal it is IN turns RED HOT... I watched in literally non stop from day one. nobody else was much interested it seemed at that point and this thread was just getting started at that time.

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 Quoting: Czarcasym


Thank you CZ, I just can't get the hang of getting the links to work! :smiley thinking:

Take a look at the video please:

Go to about .42 seconds and start looking on the upper left hand corner of the screen...keep watching the surf where the water meets the land. Suddenly you will see a big white something that comes up out of the water like a bat out of hell, hits land, keeps moving at the same break-neck pace and after it crosses dry land for a while, disappears off the screen.

Someone earier stated that augie was spotted in the tsunami and if this is an augie we better be prepared for some rough moments in times ahead.
 Quoting: tiomio




that is the gulf organism, I have been trying to alert others to this from the first day I saw that tsunami video. I recognized it immediately as I spent the entire summer watching the gulf underwater cams and would recognize the way it moves and the trail of itself that lags behind then catches up as it does... anywhere! I have also seen it in a video someone who had no idea it was even there took of a swimming pool in Florida. no doubt, sure thing. it transformed the rope in the pool and drug it from one end to the other before leaving the water. if you didn't watch the cams 24/7 all those months then no, you wouldn't recognize it but that isn't the case in my own. doesn't matter to me who does or doesn't believe it's the organism... but I know without question that it is/was. shortly thereafter the volcano began acting up and it was also seen in those vids. fluorescing as it DOES vividly and daring about around the base of the volcano. people were calling it "ufo"s in both cases. lol to each their own I guess.
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typo, forgive me... "it was darting about" the volcano base... damn fingers

it also heats up and turns bright red, remember when it melted the metal hand off the ROV in the gulf? when it goes into metal and another metal object approaches it and makes contact with the metal it is IN... the metal it is IN turns RED HOT... I watched in literally non stop from day one. nobody else was much interested it seemed at that point and this thread was just getting started at that time.

; )
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1370219



again, typo

sigh

"I watched IT literally non stop from day one."

time to retire, my fingers have turned on me it seems.
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Thank you CZ, I just can't get the hang of getting the links to work! :smiley thinking:

Take a look at the video please:

Go to about .42 seconds and start looking on the upper left hand corner of the screen...keep watching the surf where the water meets the land. Suddenly you will see a big white something that comes up out of the water like a bat out of hell, hits land, keeps moving at the same break-neck pace and after it crosses dry land for a while, disappears off the screen.

Someone earier stated that augie was spotted in the tsunami and if this is an augie we better be prepared for some rough moments in times ahead.
 Quoting: tiomio




that is the gulf organism, I have been trying to alert others to this from the first day I saw that tsunami video. I recognized it immediately as I spent the entire summer watching the gulf underwater cams and would recognize the way it moves and the trail of itself that lags behind then catches up as it does... anywhere! I have also seen it in a video someone who had no idea it was even there took of a swimming pool in Florida. no doubt, sure thing. it transformed the rope in the pool and drug it from one end to the other before leaving the water. if you didn't watch the cams 24/7 all those months then no, you wouldn't recognize it but that isn't the case in my own. doesn't matter to me who does or doesn't believe it's the organism... but I know without question that it is/was. shortly thereafter the volcano began acting up and it was also seen in those vids. fluorescing as it DOES vividly and daring about around the base of the volcano. people were calling it "ufo"s in both cases. lol to each their own I guess.
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I'm sorry but on hi definition fully screen I can even see the rotablades both on top and in the tail section it is a helicopter you just need to focus it's a poor quality screen shot posted on utube thats why the funny separation from the tail from time to time, trust me I'm workind as hard on the AUgie as anyone else it does not have a tail and it does not fly in lumps it might fly as a dust atomised but that's all. at least for now.
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Monatom, where are you mate? Many, I'm sure, would like a refresher on your monatomic gold insites and other rare elements that tie in to these chat logs. Been looking for your posts, but cant find em.

I suspect that what you speak of is very sililar to organism's residue or excrement.

But, I certainly dont want to lead away from what you guys have already discussed, and if this is, then please, knock it on the head before it wastes more space - and time,
 Quoting: BadHairDay



I'm here mate. I am very busy presently. I come home and update. Your posts are always interesting. Maybe I should include something here of a possible electrical connection with this organism. I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.

I remember when mining for opal that when I found a seam and chipped it with a pick I would often see a shadow cross the face (an electrical effect). Up until then I had believed that the scientific explanation of opal being deposited through replacement was correct. Replacement simply means that decaying matter was replaced by a solution that crystallized. I discovered it was otherwise. Opal is the result of electrolysis.(Unlike other silicates such as ruby, emerald, sapphire which are crystals)

This was further substantiated by an opalised fossil found by another miner, that of a uterus of a fish with the corner broken revealing a hollow sac with an intact opalised embryo. I took the embryo and examined it under high magnification. Even the little hairs on its surface seemed atom for atom perfect. This was definitely not the result of replacement. Only electrolysis could explain it.The amniotic fluid did not conduct but the sac and uterus did.

In my subsequent arguments with Professor Alex Ritchie from the Sydney museum (he periodically came to the fields looking to purchase fossils) the best response from him was,"You couldn't possibly have seen such a thing". It threw the whole idea of replacement back in his face. Electrolysis also explains why some farmers have found a thin deposit of opal on some fenceposts after uprooting them. They had only been a comparatively short time in the ground. The electrolyte had obviously risen to the surface in those areas.

The whole opal field (Lightning Ridge in this case) was reknowned for its electrical past and I say above to indicate that certain substances, such as the white stone mentioned in past posts have more than likely responded to the electrical universe probably even more so than physical or chemical changes we are used to in this 3D world. Some substances/organisms?? are responsive to the electrical environment in a manner which gives them a whole new set of properties apart from their known physical ones, maybe even mutate them when the Universe gives the signal.

Finally we need to remember we have some of these substances inherent within the human body. Our immune system and our brain work with the aid of these. They also seem to be amplifiers for INTENT. There is a bit to be said about that when I have more time. The signals from out there and the organism are connected but wait there's more....Post more when I can.
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Try this one Tio...


 Quoting: Czarcasym


Thank you CZ, I just can't get the hang of getting the links to work! :smiley thinking:

Take a look at the video please:

Go to about .42 seconds and start looking on the upper left hand corner of the screen...keep watching the surf where the water meets the land. Suddenly you will see a big white something that comes up out of the water like a bat out of hell, hits land, keeps moving at the same break-neck pace and after it crosses dry land for a while, disappears off the screen.

Someone earier stated that augie was spotted in the tsunami and if this is an augie we better be prepared for some rough moments in times ahead.
 Quoting: tiomio




that is the gulf organism, I have been trying to alert others to this from the first day I saw that tsunami video. I recognized it immediately as I spent the entire summer watching the gulf underwater cams and would recognize the way it moves and the trail of itself that lags behind then catches up as it does... anywhere! I have also seen it in a video someone who had no idea it was even there took of a swimming pool in Florida. no doubt, sure thing. it transformed the rope in the pool and drug it from one end to the other before leaving the water. if you didn't watch the cams 24/7 all those months then no, you wouldn't recognize it but that isn't the case in my own. doesn't matter to me who does or doesn't believe it's the organism... but I know without question that it is/was. shortly thereafter the volcano began acting up and it was also seen in those vids. fluorescing as it DOES vividly and daring about around the base of the volcano. people were calling it "ufo"s in both cases. lol to each their own I guess.
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I'm sorry but on hi definition fully screen I can even see the rotablades both on top and in the tail section it is a helicopter you just need to focus it's a poor quality screen shot posted on utube thats why the funny separation from the tail from time to time, trust me I'm workind as hard on the AUgie as anyone else it does not have a tail and it does not fly in lumps it might fly as a dust atomised but that's all. at least for now.
 Quoting: Blue ET 1148411




LOL

I didn't say it had a tail, someone else did and I was using their reference to define what they called the "tail"

guess you missed that too

; )
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edit..
Maybe I should include something here of a possible electrical connection with this organism. I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.


end edit..
Finally we need to remember we have some of these substances inherent within the human body. Our immune system and our brain work with the aid of these. They also seem to be amplifiers for INTENT. There is a bit to be said about that when I have more time. The signals from out there and the organism are connected but wait there's more....Post more when I can.
 Quoting: Monatom 1370895

wow!
( ..off topic..and Agate?.. just wondering, it sometimes gets that milky appearance.)
'amplifier for intent' and 'wait there's more'
OK I get the chemical/electrical pulses in information pathways but but but..the intent..
'nature of cosmic rays'
what a provocative post Monatom.
hf
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I had a feeling that would be a good post Lisbeth. Hoping to see more of that in a certain magazine!

The Australian continent, so old, once inland sea, makes for an intriguing zone which perhaps saw an organism event occur once before, millenia ago.

Stuff we see in and on the ground maybe was the bottom of the ocean back then, as evidenced by your fish.

Wonder if the GF intell on the OZ connection has anything to do with this?

Before I forget, its great to see someone use the word 'intent' in relation to all this discussion on BEZERK. As important as incomming signals are, and other influences, ultimately, I think it will be OUR intent that makes the game play out one way or another.

In my book, intent is everything.

Thanks Monatom.

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I had a feeling that would be a good post Lisbeth. Hoping to see more of that in a certain magazine!

The Australian continent, so old, once inland sea, makes for an intriguing zone which perhaps saw an organism event occur once before, millenia ago.

Stuff we see in and on the ground maybe was the bottom of the ocean back then, as evidenced by your fish.

Wonder if the GF intell on the OZ connection has anything to do with this?

Before I forget, its great to see someone use the word 'intent' in relation to all this discussion on BEZERK. As important as incomming signals are, and other influences, ultimately, I think it will be OUR intent that makes the game play out one way or another.

In my book, intent is everything.

Thanks Monatom.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


You are a quick thinker. A lot of this continent was inland sea.

Splash zones?

These deposits and possibly lifeforms can be interacted with as they behave no differently than a superconductor. It repels stronger electromagnetic fields though the weakest fields provide a medium for interaction........THOUGHT.....

I will bring a printout to the conference from the geologist who examined the white stone. Every time he changed fingers holding the bag of powder with the probe in it the wave on the oscilloscope also altered. I deduced he was interacting with it from his info.

I wore a bag of powder for some time and I also ingested it without harm. It acted as an amplifier and intent manifested was more than coincidental.
Out of time now.
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edit..
Maybe I should include something here of a possible electrical connection with this organism. I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.


end edit..
Finally we need to remember we have some of these substances inherent within the human body. Our immune system and our brain work with the aid of these. They also seem to be amplifiers for INTENT. There is a bit to be said about that when I have more time. The signals from out there and the organism are connected but wait there's more....Post more when I can.
 Quoting: Monatom 1370895

wow!
( ..off topic..and Agate?.. just wondering, it sometimes gets that milky appearance.)
'amplifier for intent' and 'wait there's more'
OK I get the chemical/electrical pulses in information pathways but but but..the intent..
'nature of cosmic rays'
what a provocative post Monatom.
hf
 Quoting: Lisbeth


I do think in all this that ones spiritual posture is vital.
No negative that is about to descend on this planet is without an equal positive somewhere in it all. It is a unique opportunity for massive evolutionary change whether we remain in body or not. Eliminate fear from your life. It is a great opportunity in spite of the spin.
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Maybe I should include something here of a possible electrical connection with this organism. I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.


end edit..
Finally we need to remember we have some of these substances inherent within the human body. Our immune system and our brain work with the aid of these. They also seem to be amplifiers for INTENT. There is a bit to be said about that when I have more time. The signals from out there and the organism are connected but wait there's more....Post more when I can.
 Quoting: Monatom 1370895

wow!
( ..off topic..and Agate?.. just wondering, it sometimes gets that milky appearance.)
'amplifier for intent' and 'wait there's more'
OK I get the chemical/electrical pulses in information pathways but but but..the intent..
'nature of cosmic rays'
what a provocative post Monatom.
hf
 Quoting: Lisbeth





I do think in all this that ones spiritual posture is vital.No negative that is about to descend on this planet is without an equal positive somewhere in it all. It is a unique opportunity for massive evolutionary change whether we remain in body or not. Eliminate fear from your life. It is a great opportunity in spite of the spin.
 Quoting: Monatom 616232


Thanks. Most provacative.
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
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And for those of you who remember me saying something about "NOT NATURAL" out in space, we finally have a winner:

Thread: Chinese Scientists State That Behind Elenin Comes A UFO
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Sorry if this has been posted before, but I thought it might pertain to the "oil sickness", me tel u...



Mystery: Tel Aviv takeoffs halted over contaminated fuel

Cannot post direct link as it is on a certain news feed thread, but it is also here, front page:

[link to www.drudgereport.com]

Back to the POO and Chinese Briefcases...partial from Oct 15,2010

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(snip)
I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.

I remember when mining for opal that when I found a seam and chipped it with a pick I would often see a shadow cross the face (an electrical effect). (snip)

Opal is the result of electrolysis.(Unlike other silicates such as ruby, emerald, sapphire which are crystals)
 Quoting: Monatom 1370895


Per Wikipedia, "At micro scales precious opal is composed of silica spheres some 150 to 300 nm in diameter in a hexagonal or cubic close-packed lattice."


Hexagons and electricity, not a traditional source but supportive nevertheless, this was posted to a thread discussing the surprising prevalence of hexagonal craters found on bodies in our solar system:

"But more than forty years ago, the British journal Spaceflight published the laboratory experiments of Brian J. Ford, an amateur astronomer who raised the possibility that most of the craters on the moon were carved by cosmic electrical discharge. (Spaceflight 7, January, 1965)."

Per [link to projectavalon.net]

Don't know if there's any link to be made there, but thought I'd mention it, for whatever it's worth.
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I haven't been on this thread for a while, and would just like to know if anything was found in the GOM concerning the strange goings on? I don't have time to go thru all the posts.
SO if anyone knows I would be most appreciative.
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Saw this thread today and quite a interesting read.

Mystery Cosmic Rays Zapping South Pole -- "From the Neutron Star of the Vela Supernova?"

... Cosmic rays zapping the Earth over the South Pole appear to be coming from particular locations, rather than being distributed uniformly across the sky. Cosmic ray "hotspots" have also been seen in the northern skies too, yet there is no source close enough to produce this strange pattern.
"We don't know where they are coming from," says Stefan Westerhoff of the University of Wisconsin, who used the IceCube neutrino observatory at the South Pole with a team of colleagues to create the most comprehensive map to date of the arrival direction of cosmic rays in the southern skies.
...


[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]

Thread: [MYSTERY:]Mystery Cosmic Rays Zapping South Pole[YOU SHOULD KNOW]
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(snip)
I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.

I remember when mining for opal that when I found a seam and chipped it with a pick I would often see a shadow cross the face (an electrical effect). (snip)

Opal is the result of electrolysis.(Unlike other silicates such as ruby, emerald, sapphire which are crystals)
 Quoting: Monatom 1370895


Per Wikipedia, "At micro scales precious opal is composed of silica spheres some 150 to 300 nm in diameter in a hexagonal or cubic close-packed lattice."


Hexagons and electricity, not a traditional source but supportive nevertheless, this was posted to a thread discussing the surprising prevalence of hexagonal craters found on bodies in our solar system:

"But more than forty years ago, the British journal Spaceflight published the laboratory experiments of Brian J. Ford, an amateur astronomer who raised the possibility that most of the craters on the moon were carved by cosmic electrical discharge. (Spaceflight 7, January, 1965)."

Per [link to projectavalon.net]

Don't know if there's any link to be made there, but thought I'd mention it, for whatever it's worth.
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Yes there are theories that suggest that some of the the earth geographical features are created much the same way. Such as the Grand Canyon. rken
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Just thought I'd mention this...


OPALS ARE ORGANIC


ORGANIC....and there are very few organic gems..
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I had a feeling that would be a good post Lisbeth. Hoping to see more of that in a certain magazine!

The Australian continent, so old, once inland sea, makes for an intriguing zone which perhaps saw an organism event occur once before, millenia ago.

Stuff we see in and on the ground maybe was the bottom of the ocean back then, as evidenced by your fish.

Wonder if the GF intell on the OZ connection has anything to do with this?

Before I forget, its great to see someone use the word 'intent' in relation to all this discussion on BEZERK. As important as incomming signals are, and other influences, ultimately, I think it will be OUR intent that makes the game play out one way or another.

In my book, intent is everything.

Thanks Monatom.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


@ BHD and Monatom > Great posts !!!!
Tnx both.

@ Blue ET > I am glad you also saw (and confirmed) it was a heli ! Tnx.
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Just thought I'd mention this...


OPALS ARE ORGANIC


ORGANIC....and there are very few organic gems..
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DARN not signed in...^^ that was me...

so considering that Opals are organic...and that this layer of white mineral, that brought strange feelings to those who consumed it was found below the Opal layer in Aust...interesting..
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I had a feeling that would be a good post Lisbeth. Hoping to see more of that in a certain magazine!

The Australian continent, so old, once inland sea, makes for an intriguing zone which perhaps saw an organism event occur once before, millenia ago.

Stuff we see in and on the ground maybe was the bottom of the ocean back then, as evidenced by your fish.

Wonder if the GF intell on the OZ connection has anything to do with this?

Before I forget, its great to see someone use the word 'intent' in relation to all this discussion on BEZERK. As important as incomming signals are, and other influences, ultimately, I think it will be OUR intent that makes the game play out one way or another.

In my book, intent is everything.

Thanks Monatom.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


You are a quick thinker. A lot of this continent was inland sea.

Splash zones?

These deposits and possibly lifeforms can be interacted with as they behave no differently than a superconductor. It repels stronger electromagnetic fields though the weakest fields provide a medium for interaction........THOUGHT.....

I will bring a printout to the conference from the geologist who examined the white stone. Every time he changed fingers holding the bag of powder with the probe in it the wave on the oscilloscope also altered. I deduced he was interacting with it from his info.

I wore a bag of powder for some time and I also ingested it without harm. It acted as an amplifier and intent manifested was more than coincidental.
Out of time now.
 Quoting: Monatom 616232


I think the SALT is an important key in this proces of conductivity and electricity ....

ADD:
In that respect the explenation from Squiddy is very interesting : " It is a point on Earth where energy is entering our reality to facillitate a change in the Earth."

That brings us to the photons and neutrino's ....
photons/neutrino's and salt connection is : potassium !
In huge quantities in the earth ...
Potassium creates geoneuttrino's , and this creates heat ... splashzones (????) ...


Neutrinos can be created due to radioactive decay of elements like potassium. Nuclear reactors and bombs can create neutrinos; the sun and other stars create neutrinos. But these are "low" energy neutrinos, not what IceCube is trying to detect. IceCube is looking for high energy neutrinos created in "cataclysmic" galactic events, such as collisions of black holes and perhaps mysterious events called gamma-ray bursts."
 Quoting: krispy


(the search for) splashzones ....



-. "Potassium cyanide KCN is used industrially to dissolve copper and precious metals particularly silver and gold by forming complexes; applications include gold mining, electroplating and electroforming of these metals.

- Potassium fluorosilicate (K2SiF6) is used in specialized glasses, ceramics, and enamels. Potassium sodium tartrate, or Rochelle salt (KNaC4H4O6) is used in the silvering of mirrors."

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 Quoting: krispy


CERAMICS ...lol... canisters !


(Potassium cations are important in neuron (brain and nerve) function, and in influencing osmotic balance between cells and the interstitial fluid, (snip) creating an electrochemical gradient over the cell membrane.")

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 Quoting: krispy


electrochemical ... (think towards what Monatom said about Opal and electrical charge...)





Quote from housedad on : ERK/DNA/Potassium

"Much of the function of Tolemerase has been hidden from us in the past. But Tolemerase does regulate the Pottassium and other pathways that regulate and communicate with the ERK's.

Imagine what would happen to us if the Tolemerase was vibrated at a quantum level by a Russian Haarp signal. It could very well set off a string of signals to the ERK enzymes and activate or deactiate a particular
DNA strand, depending on what freuency was used. Done by affecting the pathway that potassium, melamin and other chemicals get to the ERK's.

So, quantum Vibration of the tolemerase effects a repair/housekeeping enzyme to do something to the DNA chain."


BEZERK pg806
 Quoting: Housedad


I like to repeat a line : quantum Vibration of the tolemerase effects a repair/housekeeping enzyme to do something to the DNA chain.
This ties in with the thoughts of me , BHD and others that AUgie is a REPAIR ORGANISM.



Snip from quote RS on gold/monatomic gold and potassium :

"A little more on monoatomic gold from David Hudson..
[link to www.halexandria.org]
<snip>
When gold is produced as a monoatomic gold, it’s a forest green color. As a metal, it’s a yellow gold. No one has monoatomic gold as a commercial product. Monoatomic gold is much more powerful, as in a fuel cell. Boiling gold will never result in a monoatomic gold. Gold has the 5d, 6s1 electron structure (the single s electron, like Sodium, Potassium, Hydrogen, and Lithium), and is thus explosively reactive."


BEZERK pg439
 Quoting: Renegadeson




POTASSIUM IS A KEY !


xxx MzK

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And for those of you who remember me saying something about "NOT NATURAL" out in space, we finally have a winner:

Thread: Chinese Scientists State That Behind Elenin Comes A UFO
 Quoting: Gabriel


Yessss I saw that one too :D:D

I liked this post :

Makes sense .. cool way to get from a to b hop a ride on a massive comet ... then break away once you enter a habitual system .. I would imagine you could harness the energy of the commet to support life support systems, you would not need any propulsion the commet looks after that and buried in the pipe of the tail you would be protected from inter stella crap
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Monatom, BHD, awesome play from Down Under, thanks.

That sort of thing is why I bookmarked this thread last September :)
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(snip)
I think there maybe an electrical influence possibility that puts further into perspective the solar system's entry into a plasma environment and in particular the nature of cosmic rays.

I remember when mining for opal that when I found a seam and chipped it with a pick I would often see a shadow cross the face (an electrical effect). (snip)

Opal is the result of electrolysis.(Unlike other silicates such as ruby, emerald, sapphire which are crystals)
 Quoting: Monatom 1370895


Per Wikipedia, "At micro scales precious opal is composed of silica spheres some 150 to 300 nm in diameter in a hexagonal or cubic close-packed lattice."


Hexagons and electricity, not a traditional source but supportive nevertheless, this was posted to a thread discussing the surprising prevalence of hexagonal craters found on bodies in our solar system:

"But more than forty years ago, the British journal Spaceflight published the laboratory experiments of Brian J. Ford, an amateur astronomer who raised the possibility that most of the craters on the moon were carved by cosmic electrical discharge. (Spaceflight 7, January, 1965)."

Per [link to projectavalon.net]

Don't know if there's any link to be made there, but thought I'd mention it, for whatever it's worth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 241802


Hi AC Canada

Just to remind about Hoagland's hyperdimensional-theory on hexagonals ... (Jupiter and Saturn)

[link to www.google.nl]

and just note that like in my avatar, many icecrystals show like hexagonals ....

so hexagonals and electrical charges are defenately connected !




In my search I came across this link :
[link to lymebusters.proboards.com]

see the hexagonal crystal (chip??) ...

I will post a seperate piece of posting that is verrrry interresting also in the BEZERK-context !
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[link to www.rsc.org]

Crystals as genes?
IMAGE : [link to www.rsc.org]


Could crystals like this have acted as primitive genes?

The hypothesis that crystals could have been primitive genetic materials has been put to the test by US scientists.

Nearly three decades ago, Graham Cairns-Smith proposed that the first genetic systems must have been more primitive than the sophisticated chemistries of DNA and RNA. He argued that crystals, particularly clay minerals, have the capacity to act as primitive genes.

His idea was that imperfect crystals can act as genes by transferring information from one crystal to another by means of their imperfections. Screw dislocations, for instance, are often replicated through crystal growth, so the arrangement of these dislocations in a crystal can be considered a store of information. This so-called 'crystals-as-genes' hypothesis has captivated the imagination of scientists for many years, said Bart Kahr from University of Washington, Seattle, US, but it has never been put to the test, until now.



-M

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 Quoting: M




An other interresting post from him :

Re: Could this be a micro-chip or the envelope?
« Reply #20 on Mar 24, 2008, 11:23am »

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Sol-Gel Synthesis of Organized Matter

Stephen Mann,* Sandra L. Burkett, Sean A. Davis, Christabel E. Fowler, Neil H. Mendelson, Stephen D. Sims, Dominic Walsh, and Nicola T. Whilton
School of Chemistry, University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY, U.K., and Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Arizona, Tuscon, Arizona 85721
Received May 1, 1997
[link to pubs.acs.org]


Revised Manuscript Received September 5, 1997
Abstract:
In this review, we describe four approaches to the materials synthesis of organized inorganic matter. These include the use of self-assembled organic templates (transcriptive synthesis), cooperative assemblies of templates and building blocks (synergistic synthesis), spatially restricted reaction fields (morphosynthesis), and combinations of these approaches (integrative synthesis) in the area of sol-gel chemistry. We illustrate these strategies, respectively, by describing recent work on the formation of silica-based organized materials, viz. the preparation of ordered silica macrostructures using bacterial templates, template-directed synthesis of ordered hybrid mesophases (liquid-crystal) and organoclays, synthesis of microskeletal frameworks of silica and other metal oxides in compartmentalized liquids, and use of bacterial superstructures in the fabrication of hierarchical macrostructures of mesoscopically ordered silica.


more -
[link to www.google.com]


-M

 Quoting: M



wellll that makes you think doesnt it ????
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Very good digging there M
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Sorry if this has been posted before, but I thought it might pertain to the "oil sickness", me tel u...



Mystery: Tel Aviv takeoffs halted over contaminated fuel

Cannot post direct link as it is on a certain news feed thread, but it is also here, front page:

[link to www.drudgereport.com]

-snip-

 Quoting: Plan B


First of all I really like your FRINGE avatar :D:D:D:D



I found this concerning that topic of contaminated fuels:


Re: Jet fuel contamination
[link to www.physicsforums.com]


Microbial growth is not all that common, and is not just a problem with jet fuel, as it also appears in diesel fuel and other hydrocarbons.. When you do find it the appearance is similar to coffee grounds.
Regular draining of water can prevent it and the fuel also contains a biocide to prevent it.



Here are some sites with more info:

[link to www.dieselsolutions.co.nz]
[link to www.monografias.com]
[link to www.amtonline.com]
 Quoting: Nucleus



* From the 1e link:

The Diesel Bug - Fuel Contamination
[link to www.dieselsolutions.co.nz]

snips:
There are many different types of organisms that make up what we refer to as diesel "bugs". Generally, there are aerobic types; requiring oxygen for metabolism, and anaerobic types that don't. The aerobic types are responsible for the algae and slimy mats, while the anaerobic bacteria, known as SRB's (sulfur reducing bacteria) produce hydrogen sulfide as a by-product of their metabolism.
(...)
The physical effects of microbiological contamination (diesel bug) are the formation of sludges, biofilms (slimes) and surface or interfacial scums. These occur in the fuel tank and also manifest themselves as material which block filters.
(...)
Others in the know are aware that once diesel has left the refinery it becomes contaminated by water, condensation, the fuel tanks themselves, or even the air. Almost all diesel has some microbial contamination; by addressing the ongoing issues pre-emptively, the DE-BUG owner can also receive positive side effects.
(...)
Microbial contamination (Diesel Bug) of petroleum products is a well documented and serious problem facing the petroleum industry. Where ever diesel is used or stored, bacteria, moulds and yeasts are able to degrade the hydrocarbons in the diesel and yet more are able to feed on the intermediate by-products of the degradation.
(...)
"Analysis of the fuel tank samples indicated that the microbiological (fungi and bacteria) contamination was very slight. One sample showed a 'very heavy' concentration of yeast."
(...)
Virtually all fuel has some bacteria life however it may not be that apparent to the naked eye. These microbes start off as small microscopic single, separate living cells. At this point, they can pass though any size filter medium, and injector nozzles. However, their growth can be very rapid. Given the right conditions, a single cell weighing one millionth of a gram can grow into a bio-mass of slimy algae mats weighing 10 kilograms within twenty four hours. By the time you can visually see evidence of growth, the infestation problem is quite severe. Not all growth happens so suddenly. In some situations, growth occurs slowly, creating problems during development.
(...)
Diesel fuel is an organic compound made up of hydrogen and carbon, and is actually a good food source for these microscopic organisms. Within a fuel tank, there is water for germination, carbon for food, dissolved oxygen and sulfur for respiration, and trace elements for growth. May not sound good to you, but to the diesel bugs, it's filet mignon!




relax ... NO "AUgie" poo ... lol...



* From 2nd link:

The water contamination in fuel aviation and their solutions - Edition 2007 (página 2)
[link to www.monografias.com]

Microbes Aviation fuels are sterile when first produced because of the high refinery processing temperatures. But they become contaminated with microorganisms that are omnipresent in air and water. Microorganisms found in fuels include bacteria and fungi (yeasts and molds). The solids formed by biogrowth are very effective at plugging fuel filters. Some microorganisms also generate acidic by-products that can accelerate metal corrosion.



* From 3rd link :

Fuel Contamination: Increasing awareness on factors that lead to jet fuel contamination
[link to www.amtonline.com]

Certain bacteria and fungi are capable of existing in the water where it interfaces with the fuel. These microorganisms use alkanes and additives in fuel as foodstuff. These microbes can propagate rapidly. The by-product is a sludge-like substance. In sufficient quantity, this can cause corrosion on steel and aluminum surfaces and attack rubber fuel system components. It can also foul filters and system instrumentation.

The most destructive of the microbes that grows in the aircraft fuel environment is the fungus Hormoconis resinae. One reason is because of its size. Compared to single-cell yeasts and molds, it produces far more biomass. Secondly, it is the most common cause of microbial corrosion in aircraft fuel tanks.

Elimination of water from the fuel system is one way to control microbial growth. In addition, there are additives that can be added to the fuel such as Biobor®JF. These additives eliminate the growth of fungus and other microbes. Products like these are soluble in both fuel and water.

As far as microbe detection goes, Conidia Bioscience has introduced a new test kit called FUELSTAT™ resinae. It detects active H. resinae fungus in the fuel system and gives immediate results to the tester.



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An other verrry interresting topic that caught my eye !!!

[link to www.physicsforums.com]


The Tunguska “Genesis-Contamination”

The Tunguska “(Gene)sis-Contamination”

From;
[link to www.usm.maine.edu]

“There have been a series of interesting biological consequences of the explosion. Following the blast there was accelerated growth of biomass in the region of the epicentre, and the accelerated growth has continued. There also was an increase in the rate of biological mutations, not only within the epicentre but along the trajectory of the object over Tunguska. For example, abnormalities in the Rh blood factor of local Evenk groups have been found. Genetic variation in certain local ant species is now being studied. And genetic abnormalities in the seeds and needle clusters of at least one species of pine have been discovered.”

I’m wondering whether there is a Lotus Protocol connection?
Or is this just a case of Panspermia?
Pre-empting Evolution?

Thoughts?
 Quoting: NOMMOS PRIME (DOGON)



Could this be JUST due to radiation like the second poster suggested, or are other things happening here ?
Could this be related to BEZERK ?


xxMzK


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@Krispy - The Diesel Bug - Fuel Contamination

The other thing not mentioned here are 'Spore-forming bacteria' which are almost impossible to kill.

We saw a dramatic demonstration of this in West OZ a few years ago in the milk processing industry.

A local company set up a UHT milk plant (UltraHighTemperature = long life).

The first batch of cartons, about a week after processng, started exploding - bacterial contamination of the milk, after being exposed to 1200 degree C temperaturs.

The cause was found to be a 'spore-forming' bacteria, that went into spore form when exposed to stress, but activated when the conditions were right.

What was even more interesting, this bacteria was only found on 1 or 2 individual farms, in one case, was not present on another farm about 500 meters away.

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