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Bingo!

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Great snuffels !!! flowas
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In case you missed this rken

So to begin, it is important to assure the reader interfacing the brain is more than possible.

www.cnn.com
'Brain' in a dish flies flight simulator.

It is a brain being used as a computer? Or is it a brain being trained to fly a simulator? These are two completely different scenarios, let me assure you. He has breached the cutting edge and is described by CNN as “could enhance medical understanding of neural disorders such as epilepsy.” You got to be kidding me.

All right then, we have input. A flight simulator. Potentially output, if it is actually flying the simulator as reported. However, output is confirmed just 5 months later. Another article describes how the brain tells the microchip to perform an action which is described here:

www.technologyreview.com
Implanting Hope.
“For the first time, a paralyzed patient has operated a prosthetic arm with just his mind”

This is output folks, the ability for a brain to interface a computer. In the prior article, the scientists had a computer teach a brain. In this article, the brain teaches a computer.

Continuing on, steps are made here and steps are made there, the excitement grows. And one year later, an announcement is made – another giant leap on interfacing a computer with the human brain. Yep, success, they have achieved the goal. Please note: There are several links at the end of the article you may be interested in as well.

www.livescience.com
Brain Cells Fused with Computer Chip
Health SciTech
27 March 2006

Well, that is just short of incredible. You read the article and it is quite possible the reader will think the researchers opened up someone’s brain, stuck a microchip in there, then used a special protein found in the brain to glue neurons one by one, 16,000 of them, to a microchip just 1 millimeter square in size (the approximate size of a grain of rice). This of course did not happen. The ramifications are completely insane to consider – the brain grew into the chip. That is right, folks – think this one through, there is no other logical answer to the question! Neurons grow toward an electrical charge.

www.fightaging.org
Nanotechnology and Life Extension
Chris Phoenix

(A slightly different version of this paper appeared as a chapter in Doctor Tandy's First Guide To Life Extension And Transhumanity. This paper was written in October 2001 and updated in January 2003.)

“Recently, researchers have even been able to make neurons grow through holes in a silicon chip, for the purpose of sensing the signals.”

Moving on – what would be the next great feat to exploring the microchip interface with the brain? Think folks, we have input and output – what we need is storage. Storage is the key from this point on. Can the body be used as a storage device?

I don't know if it is done yet; but if you think for one second that people are not attempting to create storage in the human body, you are not thinking things through. This is old technology and I am surprised I can not find information required to show without a doubt the human can be used to store information. This is the final step! In a similar story as the one above, we see they are indeed working on this feat.

[link to www.newscientist.com]
Chip ramps up neuron-to-computer communication
18:40 27 March 2006

Having this level of control over many thousands of connected neurons would provide new insights and make new applications possible, Vassanelli says. "It would definitely improve our ability to experiment and understand the workings of neurons, and this development could also provide a whole new way to store computer memory, using live neurons," he says.

www.theglobeandmail.com
Scientists upload data into a monkey’s brain
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011 4:42PM EST
“Scientists have uploaded information into a monkey’s brain via a wire and tiny electrodes in what is thought to be the first transmission of electronic data direct into a primate’s brain,” The Sunday Times of London reports. “The research is part of a project aimed at helping paralyzed people to walk again by linking the brain to movement sensors that generate data about gait and speed. However, the breakthrough, if confirmed, could have even wider implications, eventually allowing humans to control computers and machines by thought alone, and perhaps even to communicate with each other.


OK, what is required of the future to make the current technology dangerous? We need lots of signal to make the nerve endings grow into the chips. We have pets that have used this technology as a test. No damage done. What we have never had is an environment where we have a continuous or close to continuous signal. We almost have that now, with wireless internet and wireless phones just about everywhere. Do these signals interface the RFID chip? Not sure if they do or not. Suppose you use your computer which interfaces the RFID chip, your car and home lock? Eventually, the lights to your house, how many objects does it take for your chip to become saturated with signal?

What we have here is not a pin in your knee or hip. This is a communication device. This communication device has the ability to interface with the human body, inadvertently. It is a potential side effect that could be abused. Are you willing to risk this side effect? This, my friends, is reality, it is not creating one from a vacuum – it is where technology is currently at. The technology exists and is being bragged about before your very eyes. It is simply connecting the dots. The next article we should consider will be mind control since we already have detailed a controlled link to your brain…

sonic.net
"Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain." These were the remarks of Dr. Jose Delgado as they appeared in the February 24, 1974 edition of the Congressional Record, No. 26., Vol. 118.
"Afternoon sunlight poured over the high wooden barriers into the ring, as the brave bull bore down on the unarmed matador, a scientist who had never faced fighting bull. But the charging animal's horn never reached the man behind the heavy red cape. Moments before that could happen, Dr. Delgado pressed a button on a small radio transmitter in his hand and the bull braked to a halt. Then he pressed another button on the transmitter, and the bull obediently turned to the right and trotted away. The bull was obeying commands in his brain that were being called forth by electrical stimulation by the radio signals to certain regions in which fine wires had been painlessly planted the day before."
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WELL NOTHING HERE ON THIS

did we lose touch or we suppose to buy this cover story?
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WELL NOTHING HERE ON THIS

did we lose touch or we suppose to buy this cover story?
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AWSOME FIND !!!!!
WELL SPOTTED !!!!


clappa


Now the info that is verry BEZERK is :
- the legendary 2 MIR's
- for 2 months vessels from Russia, Swiss, germany, France and the US will
- look at the geological and CONTAMINATION LEVELS (!!!??? wtf) of Lake Geneva
- they will do physical CHEMICAL and MICRO-BIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS



To me it is clear that these subs and vessels are from the ODESSA-fleet and organisation !

What should have contaminated the lake ???
AUgie ??? ...
Splashzones ??? ...

Chemicals from fraking elsewhere that made it into LG through underwater/underearth tunnels ??? ...

Those chem and MB experiments are fishy ...



The next thing that was remarcable at least to say,
was the mention of those submersibles/bathy's that LOOKED LIKE SPACE-SHIPS !!!!!

Don Walsh -who went with the father of Bertrand Piccard in 1960 to the 11.000 mtrs deep Mariana Trench- told that reporter who asked how it looked down there:
- like INNER SPACE
- like an other planet
- like a SPACE SHIP in a Hollywood movie when the other MIR came "closer and closer" ,
- 2 space-ships meeting at the bottom of the Ocean floor.

Bertrands grandfather made the first flight to the stratosphere (!!!) and he invented the Bathyscaves to dive to the deepest spots of the world (!!!).



Lol.. "Piccard" ... ala 'Star Trek' ... whats in a name ? ... again a pointer !!!

"closer and closer" "2 SS meeting" >>> could be a pointer to "Close encounters of the third kind" ...

This clearly states an Alien pointer. It was just side info, but to me that said a LOT. For all those people not familiar with this thread or the info given out in here, it is just an anecdote from that diver, but to us it is loud and clear !

The bathy's that went to the ARCTIC (!!!) and to the DEEPEST TRENCH (!!!) of the world, and LAKE BAICAL (!!!) and now Lake GENEVA ....
bump


Just preveous to this above, the interviewed Artur Chilingarov said something very ODD too :
"As a politician it is better TO MEET underwater then to have arms-races and compare anti-missile defence " ... abduct


The next specific thing is:
According to the reporter in that vid
- In 2007 a TITANIUM CAPSUL was planted on the ARCTIC oceanfloor to SYMBOLICALY CLAIM what could be "VAST ENERGY RESERVES" beneath the seabed.
- Now also a CAPSUL of the Russian Geographycal Society was planted on the (sea)bed of Lake Geneva.




2007 >>> !!! ---> That year were also Venters experiments with Synthia ... MICRO-BIOLOGICAL !!!!



damned
THIS VID IS TELLING MORE THEN IT SEEMS AT FIRST SIGHT !!!!

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Interesting Krispness!
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Russian MIR's :

- MIR ~ Space Station [link to en.wikipedia.org]
- MIR ~ former Russian peasant community [link to www.infoplease.com]
- MIR ~ NOAA Ocean Explorers [link to oceanexplorer.noaa.gov]




Other written news about the LG dive :

1. Russian Mir mini-subs begin Lake Geneva exploration
[link to en.rian.ru]
19:51 14/06/2011

- Russia's Mir-1 and Mir-2 self-propelled deep submersibles began on Tuesday a scientific expedition at Lake Geneva, diving to a depth of almost 300 meters
-The submersibles dived for 40 minutes to a depth of 296 meters in the middle of the lake
- "The dive was successful despite low visibility," Russian scientist Anatoly Sagalevich, who leads the expedition
- The expedition at Lake Geneva involves more than 20 Russian, French and Swiss scientists, including Swiss balloonist Bertrand Piccard and prominent U.S. oceanographer Don Walsh.



2. Russia's Mir submersibles to dive in Lake Geneva
[link to en.rian.ru]
03:52 17/05/2011 (article from May !!!)

- submersibles will be transported to Lake Geneva and start exploring it in early June, a Russian marine scientist said
- as soon as customs procedures are completed, the Mir submersibles will head to their research destination. We expect them to arrive by May 25
- A team of some 20 Russian scientists, led by prominent researcher and Hero of Russia Anatoly Sagalevich, plans to make first dives in early June.
- They (the mini-subs) were also asked by British Petroleum (BP)'s top management to assist in tackling the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, but owners rejected the request, saying the mini-subs had a busy schedule.



What can we find about this russian researcher/scientist :
~Anatoly Sagalevich
[link to www.auas-nogi.org]

-During 1976-85 Dr.Anatoly Sagalevitch worked as the head of the operations and as the pilot of the "Pisces VII" and "Pisces XI" submersibles. The first in the history deep dives on Baikal lake and to hot brines of Red sea deeps were done in 1977 and 1980 correspondingly. Anatoly is the owner of the world record of the dives in fresh water - 4300 feet (1977, Baikal Lake) and of the record of "Pisces" class submersibles - 2140 meters (1982, Reikjanes ridge).

- During last sixteen years he is permanent head of the expedition and chief-scientist of research vessel "Akademik Mstislav Keldysh" - support ship of the "MIR" submersibles. Under his leading many expeditions in different sites of World Ocean were provided: twenty seven scientific expeditions in hydrothermal fields of Pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans; the expeditions to "Titanic" wreck in 1991 (filming with IMAX), 1995 (filming with "Lightstorm entertainment inc."), as well as in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2005; to nuclear submarine "KOMSOMOLETS" wreck in Norwegian Sea (1989-1995, 1998 - seven missions); to Japanese submarine wreck "I-52" in 1998 (5400 meters, 14 dives); in 2001, 2002 and 2005 - to battle ship Bismarck (4700 m); in 2000 to nuclear submarine "Kursk" etc. As chief-pilot of the "Pisces" and the "MIR"s submersibles Anatoly Sagalevitch spent over 3000 hours underwater and reached maximum depth 6170 meters. On "Titanic" he made 57 dives.

- On the basis of deep ocean filming with the "MIR" submersibles on "Titanic" in 1991 and 1995 were produced the films in IMAX format "Titanica" (director Stephen Low), video-film "Treasure of the deep" (director Al Giddings), film "Titanic" (director James Cameron). In 1999 National Geographic Society produced the film about Japanese submarine wreck "I-52". In 2002 and 2003 James Cameron produced the documentaries about Bismarck for Discovery Channel and Ghost of Abyss for IMAX.=, in 2004 - film "Alliens of the deep" about hydrothermal vents on ocean bottom. In 2005 as the pilot he provided the first in the history live broadcast from great depth 3800 m ("Titanic") to the land.




~DEEP Oceans Expeditions
[link to www.deepoceanexpeditions.com]

- On August 2, 2007 Anatoly piloted the Mir 1 submersible to the abyssal seabed at the North Pole during the Arktika 2007 expedition. He was subsequently awarded the title of Hero of the Russian Federation for "courage and heroism showed in extremal conditions and successful completion of High-Latitude Arctic Deep-Water Expedition."

MzK >>> Notice DEEP ????

We have to look into the research vessel "Akademik Mstislav Keldysh" - support ship of the "MIR" submersibles !!!





~BP/GOM:
BP calls for Russian mini-subs to tackle oil spill
[link to en.rian.ru]

MOSCOW, June 7 (RIA Novosti)
Sagalevich told the Izvestia daily the Mir mini-subs could stop the leakage, but it would take some time.

Sagalevich said the Mirs would be the most effective since they are operated by people on board rather than remotely, allowing for a more thorough investigation.

"Visual research by specialists is very important, regardless of the fact that more than 50 remote-controlled underwater robots are working at the scene of the accident delivering the images from the seabed to the surface," the paper quoted the researcher as saying.

He added, however, that the depths involved could hinder the submersibles' operation.

Last week the U.S. filmmaker James Cameron suggested to BP that Russian mini-subs Mir help to tackle oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, but the oil major rejected the idea.

Explaining BP's dismissal, Sagalevich said last week that "we are Russians, and if we go to the Gulf of Mexico with Mirs and do something there, the Americans would be appalled."



MzK >>> Just a reminder :
this man dived with his MIR's to the TITANNIC,
of which was also said that it was being eaten up by iron-consuming "new" bacteria ...
We discussed this already in this thread.
(the question was later asked : Is this SYNTHIA at work ??? Since Synthia needs IRON-suplements as FOOD. We have read and posted about that also.)






Found on TWitter:
Paul_Rose
Explorer. Science support expert. Polar Guide. Diver. Sailor. TV and Radio Broadcaster. Speaker. Author.

- 13 Jun :
Leaving for Geneva for IUCN, EPFL and Mir sub dive. #IUCN #EPFL #mirsubmarine
- 14 Jun :
On Lake Geneva to join the Mir submarine supported Elemo scientific campaign. #mirsubmarine #EPFL
With me on the boat is Don Walsh, Anatoly Sagalevitch and Bertrand Piccard. Plenty of 'Deep' talk :-) #mirsubmarine #EPFL #Elemo


MzK >>> Notice 'Deep' talk ???
Why is that written THAT way ????




Lets have a closer look to those other acronyms of organisations and institutions :


* IUCN is the world’s oldest and largest global environmental network - a democratic membership union with more than 1,000 government and NGO member organizations
- nuclear energy and biodiversety
- climate changes
- ocean commotion
[link to www.iucn.org]

The IUCN Water Programme delivers outcomes for people and nature from implementation of sustainable river basin management.

IUCN_Gender Global, Follows the work of the Office of IUCN's Global Senior Gender Advisor
[link to www.iucn.org]


BUMP EVENT

- The 2011 Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Partnership Forum will take place on June 24th – 25th in Cape Town, South Africa. The German Federal Ministery for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the IUCN (on behalf of the Global Gender and Climate Alliance-GGCA) will be hosting a lunch event (June 25th, 13h30 – 14h30):
National Climate Change Strategies: The Role of Gender in Mitigation Efforts
The event will raise awareness and support the critically important role of women within climate change mitigation efforts


* EPFL
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

EPFL is constituted of the following Schools:
- Basic Sciences (SB, Thomas Rizzo) mathematics, physics and chemistry
- School of Engineering (STI, Demetri Psaltis) Electrical Engineering, Mechanical engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Microengineering, Bioengineering
- School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC, Marc Parlange) Architecture, Civil engineering, Environmental Sciences and Engineering
- Computer and Communication Sciences (I&C, Willy Zwaenepoel) computer science and telecommunications
>>> of interrest and related to BEZERK is : Center for Advanced Digital Systems , Center for Neural Information Processing , Laboratory for Cryptologic Algorithms !!
- Life Sciences (SV, Didier Trono) : Institute of Bioengineering , Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research , Global Health Institute


The EPFL advised on the Alinghi project, leading to success in the America's Cup in New Zealand in 2003 and in Valencia in 2007. EPFL is also developing a sun-powered plane, Solar Impulse, designed to be completely autonomous (capable of circumnavigation). Bertrand Piccard is one of the two pilots flying the plane. There is also a sensor network installed in the I&C building called SensorScope which reports live temperature and light measurements.

For teaching purposes the EPFL hosts the only nuclear reactor in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, CROCUS.


MzK >>> Is there a connection between this INVESTIGATION in Lake Geneva and NUCLEAR ENERGY sources ????
Think : splashzones, neutrino's, neclear reactions and faster radioactive breakdown ...
AUgie, Stuxnet ...
Typical also that it is linked with solar-powered energy projects.




PLASMA CONNECTION !!!! :
EPFL The Tokamak à configuration variable ("variable configuration tokamak", TCV) is a research fusion reactor (tokamak) of the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. Its particularity is that its torus section is three times higher than wide. This allows studying several shapes of plasmas, which is particularly relevant since the shape of the plasma has links to the performance of the reactor. The TCV was set up in November 1992.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]



* Elemo
[link to genevalunch.com]
Geneva and Lausanne, Switzerland (GenevaLunch) – Russian Mir submersibles will soon populate the depths of Lake Geneva, the EPFL, the Swiss federal polytechnic institute in Lausanne announced Tuesday 1 March. Fifteen teams from five countries will carry out field research using the submersibles, from June 2011 to August, in a project dubbed elemo.

MzK >>> Elemo = ELE MO hiding
An other
ELE PROJECT!!!


Geology, biology (especially micro-pollutants and bacteriology) and physics projects will be undertaken

The submersibles will operate in three main areas:
•Vidy, near Lausanne, a heavily-populated area where the impact of micro-pollutants can be studied
•mid-lake directly offshore from Lausanne, going as deep as 309 metres, a depth at which little is known about the lake
•Villeneuve, where glacial deposits and sediment have created 30-metre high canyons in the lake: a spectacular, unstable part of the lake that begs exploration.


MzK >>> Verrrrrry interresting ... and several connetions to BEZERK, Lake Baikal & lake Vostock, Synthia, The earths defence mechanism AUgie, ...



WOWWWW this below needs an other post for furter investigation !!! (AC Canada is good in that ..lol... hint hint :P )


International scientists will have access to the submersibles for research purposes, thanks to support from Ferring Pharmaceuticals in Saint Prex, canton Vaud, the Russian Federation’s Honorary Consulate in Lausanne and the EPFL. Ferring is financing most of the project.

MzK >>> Yep, FOLLOW THE MONEY !!!!


“One-and-a-half million people live near Lake Geneva. Fifty percent of this population gets its daily drinking water from the lake. Yet there is still much to learn about the complex workings of this heavily human-impacted ecosystem,” the EPFL notes in its press release.

The researchers will gain easy access to the deepest parts of the lake, at depths of over 300 meters, where they will be able to study how pollutants accumulate, and even perform field experiments. The lake consists of layers of water that are permeable to differing degrees. By using the submersibles to carry out a detailed study of the boundaries between these layers, the researchers will be able to better understand how the water circulates.




>>> Remember the LAYERS in the GOM seawater that OP talked about !!!???
This is fresh-water and not poluted by oil-layers ..
but OP and Squiddy talked also about freshwater-cousins ...
It is natural/logic that freshwater needs a differnt defence mechanism then salt-water.

So in my opinion they are not JUST studying the polution that men brings to Lake Geneva, but also about how AUgie's freshwater cousin "FR-AUgie" could be evolving and housekeeping here.
What happens to 1 spot of the world is happening in more spots of the world. Its a living organism, linked and working on feedback-systems.

The earth is in CHANGE and she needs to addapt to it in order to survive ... like we have our lympatic system and fluids, Gaia has AUgie. Rays and waves from space are delivering signals and invocing "nessecary" changes. If we dont change with her, we will loose this "battle" ... Its not a BATTLE but a proces and we have to stay CONNECTED, we cant afford to LOOSE connection.
This is not about an ATTACK,
this is about change and a PROCES !
The end of a CYCLE,
the start of a new one ...



xxx MZK pilot


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PROJECT ELEMO
[link to www.eawag.ch]


An international team of scientists headed by ETH Lausanne will use these to get to the bottom of "Lac Léman" in the coming months in the truest sense of the word. Four of the projects are being directed by Eawag. Their focus is on the Rhone Delta. Giant cubes of sediment collected here over thousands of years and formed underwater canyons.

With the submarines, the Eawag researchers now want to take a closer look at the behavior of these sediments, the stability of the underwater topography and the exchange processes between the sediment and the water. Now samples can be taken and observations made; something which was hardly possible from the surface of the lake so far. This includes the taking of horizontal sediment drill cores from the steep walls of the underwater canyons. These samples are supposed to provide information about the stability of the steep delta slopes. When large sediment masses slide in lakes and in the ocean, this phenomenon cannot only trigger devastating tsunami-like waves but also explains structures on and in the bottom of the lake outside of the delta and is responsible for the vast transport of stirred up material.

The other projects with participation of Eawag investigate above all the installation and behaviour of organic material in the sediment and the physical exchange processes between the water-saturated layer above the sediment and the free water in the lake. Special focus here is on the release of methane and the question of how much methane reaches the water surface and thus escapes as a strong greenhouse gas into the atmosphere.


The project “elemo”
The elemo scientific program will help us learn more about Lake Geneva. An international science team, led by EPFL, will explore the abysses of this largest of alpine lakes with the goal of better understanding and protecting it. The newest press release by EPFL about the eLemo project May 2011 (in french) is online.



The project description of the Eawag-projects (pdf):
[link to www.eawag.ch]


MzK >>> WHOEHAAAAAA damned
first line of PDF =


"Proposal 101

The Rhone delta submarine canyons:
Geomorphological, stratigraphical and sedimentological evolution"


MzK >>> 101 !!!!
And later they call this PROJECT 101 !!!

remember that the sub SAS Manthasi had 101 clearance ... which meant veryyyy important clearance ... so my logic sais this is a veryyyyy important project linked to BEZERK !

And furter in the PDF is an illustration with lines that designate 3 canyons, with the names given C8 C5 and C3 ...
C3 !!!!! >>> as in also CARGO 3 (B3)Of coz C3 is the OLDEST canyon ... how surprisingly !!!!!




Dont have time to read into it more right now,
I have to go and celebrate Fathers-day in Holland, and visit my folks ... BBL
maybe others can read into it and share their findings and their overlappings whith what we learned in this thread. Tnx.

xxx MzK
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In case you missed this rken

So to begin, it is important to assure the reader interfacing the brain is more than possible.

www.cnn.com
'Brain' in a dish flies flight simulator.

It is a brain being used as a computer? Or is it a brain being trained to fly a simulator? These are two completely different scenarios, let me assure you. He has breached the cutting edge and is described by CNN as “could enhance medical understanding of neural disorders such as epilepsy.” You got to be kidding me.

All right then, we have input. A flight simulator. Potentially output, if it is actually flying the simulator as reported. However, output is confirmed just 5 months later. Another article describes how the brain tells the microchip to perform an action which is described here:

www.technologyreview.com
Implanting Hope.
“For the first time, a paralyzed patient has operated a prosthetic arm with just his mind”

This is output folks, the ability for a brain to interface a computer. In the prior article, the scientists had a computer teach a brain. In this article, the brain teaches a computer.

Continuing on, steps are made here and steps are made there, the excitement grows. And one year later, an announcement is made – another giant leap on interfacing a computer with the human brain. Yep, success, they have achieved the goal. Please note: There are several links at the end of the article you may be interested in as well.

www.livescience.com
Brain Cells Fused with Computer Chip
Health SciTech
27 March 2006

Well, that is just short of incredible. You read the article and it is quite possible the reader will think the researchers opened up someone’s brain, stuck a microchip in there, then used a special protein found in the brain to glue neurons one by one, 16,000 of them, to a microchip just 1 millimeter square in size (the approximate size of a grain of rice). This of course did not happen. The ramifications are completely insane to consider – the brain grew into the chip. That is right, folks – think this one through, there is no other logical answer to the question! Neurons grow toward an electrical charge.

www.fightaging.org
Nanotechnology and Life Extension
Chris Phoenix

(A slightly different version of this paper appeared as a chapter in Doctor Tandy's First Guide To Life Extension And Transhumanity. This paper was written in October 2001 and updated in January 2003.)

“Recently, researchers have even been able to make neurons grow through holes in a silicon chip, for the purpose of sensing the signals.”

Moving on – what would be the next great feat to exploring the microchip interface with the brain? Think folks, we have input and output – what we need is storage. Storage is the key from this point on. Can the body be used as a storage device?

I don't know if it is done yet; but if you think for one second that people are not attempting to create storage in the human body, you are not thinking things through. This is old technology and I am surprised I can not find information required to show without a doubt the human can be used to store information. This is the final step! In a similar story as the one above, we see they are indeed working on this feat.

[link to www.newscientist.com]
Chip ramps up neuron-to-computer communication
18:40 27 March 2006

Having this level of control over many thousands of connected neurons would provide new insights and make new applications possible, Vassanelli says. "It would definitely improve our ability to experiment and understand the workings of neurons, and this development could also provide a whole new way to store computer memory, using live neurons," he says.

www.theglobeandmail.com
Scientists upload data into a monkey’s brain
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011 4:42PM EST
“Scientists have uploaded information into a monkey’s brain via a wire and tiny electrodes in what is thought to be the first transmission of electronic data direct into a primate’s brain,” The Sunday Times of London reports. “The research is part of a project aimed at helping paralyzed people to walk again by linking the brain to movement sensors that generate data about gait and speed. However, the breakthrough, if confirmed, could have even wider implications, eventually allowing humans to control computers and machines by thought alone, and perhaps even to communicate with each other.


OK, what is required of the future to make the current technology dangerous? We need lots of signal to make the nerve endings grow into the chips. We have pets that have used this technology as a test. No damage done. What we have never had is an environment where we have a continuous or close to continuous signal. We almost have that now, with wireless internet and wireless phones just about everywhere. Do these signals interface the RFID chip? Not sure if they do or not. Suppose you use your computer which interfaces the RFID chip, your car and home lock? Eventually, the lights to your house, how many objects does it take for your chip to become saturated with signal?

What we have here is not a pin in your knee or hip. This is a communication device. This communication device has the ability to interface with the human body, inadvertently. It is a potential side effect that could be abused. Are you willing to risk this side effect? This, my friends, is reality, it is not creating one from a vacuum – it is where technology is currently at. The technology exists and is being bragged about before your very eyes. It is simply connecting the dots. The next article we should consider will be mind control since we already have detailed a controlled link to your brain…

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"Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electrically control the brain. Some day armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain." These were the remarks of Dr. Jose Delgado as they appeared in the February 24, 1974 edition of the Congressional Record, No. 26., Vol. 118.
"Afternoon sunlight poured over the high wooden barriers into the ring, as the brave bull bore down on the unarmed matador, a scientist who had never faced fighting bull. But the charging animal's horn never reached the man behind the heavy red cape. Moments before that could happen, Dr. Delgado pressed a button on a small radio transmitter in his hand and the bull braked to a halt. Then he pressed another button on the transmitter, and the bull obediently turned to the right and trotted away. The bull was obeying commands in his brain that were being called forth by electrical stimulation by the radio signals to certain regions in which fine wires had been painlessly planted the day before."
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Thanks Rken :)

yes our brain and neurons work on electrical and magnetical impulses ... actually the whole cosmos does that ! This is not new at all.

We humans NATURALLY poses the ability to INTERFACE with all matter ... if we dare to believe in it, and dare to practise and devellop those abilities into skills.

All that TPTB have done is bring people further away from their natural abilities and make them believe they NEED technological instruments to achieve that ... They must be having a LOL seeing majority believe their crap.

With everything around you in your dayly life, you devellop a relationship, and all that reacts to you and your moods and inpulses ... objects disappear or appear, machines seem to listen to you and link up with you ... SYMBIOSIS, thats all so natural !!! We dont need a RFID for that.

Yes some of those tech can amplify and stimulate connections and signals ... but if we start growing more towards ourself and learn and listen more and better, and most of all TRUST more and better, then we dont need to be technolised.

We have forgotten that we DO have the ability and POWER to DIRECT how neuronal pathways devellop and in what kind of way they have to grow .... Some of us havent forgotten the power of INTENT and DIRECTED THOUGHT.



It is also not surprisingly that with the increase of technology and wireless tools, our brain and organism starts to react on that, and starts to learn NEW things ... Thats natural ! We were born to LEARN.
The same with the new televisions that work on liquid crystals !!! >>> This will make it easier for our own energy and organism to devellop and improve the abilities and advantages of that fluid for our own benefit ...
What happens in big happens in small ... with AUgie and in our body and in our cells ... Synchronity.
Nothing to be afraid for when you are awake and informed and trust who you are and what you can do, and what the world needs in this changing times.
Dont, NEVER EVER, give away the CONTROL ! Keep it in your own custody, you are LOST if you LOOSE IT.


hf
ALWAYS STAY TUNED, dont loose connection ...
think : AVATAR !!!!
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It looks like MZK gave us an n depth analysis of the sitution there.
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Thanx Hans :D YW ;)
Fathersday was great !!!
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hmm a freshwater version of augie if so it should spread in ways that they wont be able to cover up much longer

and ya lots of double talk on that vid I posted sounds like they are really saying what's been said here already that subs are the only real military tool worth owning and that modern subs are actually spacecraft


still lots of debate about the organism tho it seems benign to me. I can only imagine if its alien tech it could destroy us easily considering it seems able to alter organic matter on a molecular level. Such tech could easily make a plague that would wipe us out or an army of mutants...

lets just hope TPTB dont cause it to go offensive eh.
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hmm a freshwater version of augie if so it should spread in ways that they wont be able to cover up much longer

and ya lots of double talk on that vid I posted sounds like they are really saying what's been said here already that subs are the only real military tool worth owning and that modern subs are actually spacecraft


still lots of debate about the organism tho it seems benign to me. I can only imagine if its alien tech it could destroy us easily considering it seems able to alter organic matter on a molecular level. Such tech could easily make a plague that would wipe us out or an army of mutants...

lets just hope TPTB dont cause it to go offensive eh.
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AC Canada, I think the sub thing is more basic. A sub is really the only vehicle that can hold large numbers of crew, large numbers of weaponry, large numbers of equipment, food, water etc, - AND STAY SELF SUFFICIENT, COMPLETELY DISCONNECTED FROM THE OUTSIDE WORLD.

On that, I wonder what the status of the Astute was when she was slowly moving out of the base. Open to the air/atmosphere/water? Maybe this status allowed the Chinese or whome ever's weaponry in, to disable it? Maybe something was taken aboard, to effect this?

But, you might say a plane can do this also - well not really, as they tend to fall out of the sky after a while, and boats tend to sink or smash in to stuff when disabled, but a sub can be disconnected, and yet stay bouyant, or rest on the bottom for a while. And maintain its crew for long periods of time.

Could this disconnection with the outside world be viewed by ttwb as a lifeboat of sorts? Avoid the change to them, so they can stay the same. Maybe their kind cannot make the changes required. Maybe they will try to destroy the move forward, after the changes, - all over again. We forgot last time round...
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hmm a freshwater version of augie if so it should spread in ways that they wont be able to cover up much longer

and ya lots of double talk on that vid I posted sounds like they are really saying what's been said here already that subs are the only real military tool worth owning and that modern subs are actually spacecraft


still lots of debate about the organism tho it seems benign to me. I can only imagine if its alien tech it could destroy us easily considering it seems able to alter organic matter on a molecular level. Such tech could easily make a plague that would wipe us out or an army of mutants...

lets just hope TPTB dont cause it to go offensive eh.
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I think also AC CANADA, that unlike our versions of war, where everything is destroyed and killed, other forms of life have different views.

Those being that the prize, or 'win' of the war is actually the life and abundance of life that is kept and saved. We might be seeing a weapon or weapons (Chin rEMP etc) that dont fight in our usual context.

Also depends on what the war is about! Ours are selfish, and just a smoke screen, maybe the galactic struggles are more nobel?
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hmm a freshwater version of augie if so it should spread in ways that they wont be able to cover up much longer

and ya lots of double talk on that vid I posted sounds like they are really saying what's been said here already that subs are the only real military tool worth owning and that modern subs are actually spacecraft


still lots of debate about the organism tho it seems benign to me. I can only imagine if its alien tech it could destroy us easily considering it seems able to alter organic matter on a molecular level. Such tech could easily make a plague that would wipe us out or an army of mutants...

lets just hope TPTB dont cause it to go offensive eh.
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I think also AC CANADA, that unlike our versions of war, where everything is destroyed and killed, other forms of life have different views.

Those being that the prize, or 'win' of the war is actually the life and abundance of life that is kept and saved. We might be seeing a weapon or weapons (Chin rEMP etc) that dont fight in our usual context.

Also depends on what the war is about! Ours are selfish, and just a smoke screen, maybe the galactic struggles are more nobel?
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I just got the premotion that we've missed a big piece



We dont have the tech for nano like this could it be augie and could the chemtrails be to try and stop it?
Saw a few users isolate strands but none to a decent lab yet anyone here have access to one? If so pm the youtubers and secure a sample.
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hmm a freshwater version of augie if so it should spread in ways that they wont be able to cover up much longer

and ya lots of double talk on that vid I posted sounds like they are really saying what's been said here already that subs are the only real military tool worth owning and that modern subs are actually spacecraft


still lots of debate about the organism tho it seems benign to me. I can only imagine if its alien tech it could destroy us easily considering it seems able to alter organic matter on a molecular level. Such tech could easily make a plague that would wipe us out or an army of mutants...

lets just hope TPTB dont cause it to go offensive eh.
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I think also AC CANADA, that unlike our versions of war, where everything is destroyed and killed, other forms of life have different views.

Those being that the prize, or 'win' of the war is actually the life and abundance of life that is kept and saved. We might be seeing a weapon or weapons (Chin rEMP etc) that dont fight in our usual context.

Also depends on what the war is about! Ours are selfish, and just a smoke screen, maybe the galactic struggles are more nobel?
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I just got the premotion that we've missed a big piece



We dont have the tech for nano like this could it be augie and could the chemtrails be to try and stop it?
Saw a few users isolate strands but none to a decent lab yet anyone here have access to one? If so pm the youtubers and secure a sample.
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Hi AC Canada,

No they cant hide the existance of AUgie in salt- and freshwater not much longer. Nor will they be able to hide the results of other things like Synthia and frakking related things. These are seperate things and not at all the same.
AUgie is the defence-mechanism from the Earth herself, and Synthia and chemicals and additives from frakking and chemtrailing are things from MAN, from TPTB !!!!

WE HUMANS are more alien tech then we realise ...lol... If AUgie was an alien tech-tool to destroy us, then it would have done so many times before, but it did not and we survived floods and ice-ages and other things.
The only ones that want to destroy are TPTB !
They are affraid of what AUgie is and what it does, and is capable of ... thats why THEY wanna halt it and destroy it. They cant DESTROY AUgie, but they sure can try to halt it in many ways, in earlier cycles they succeeded in that ...
but not this time : organisms LEARN and adapt. And a crystaline based organism like this (probably also with the more RNA-powers then normal human cells -like we have them today-, it is ancient, it has better storage ability then we have .. it is closer to Earth and more pure in its connection to Life and the Univers.

RNA alters matter also, it repairs and adapts ... it does not destroy, it provides chances to survive.
Golden Liquid Crystal RNA based > meet AUgie.

I dont understand why you first say it seems benevolent/benign to you, and then you say that it could wipe us out in a sec ... ??? That doesnt adds up to me. scratching

I fact many of us ARE MUTANTS ... life is mutant. We mutate all the time in miniscul ways ... if we did not we would still be short in height and live short time and would die on many deseases. We dont ! We became a stronger species, thanx to minor constant mutations. NOTHING stays the same.

There is a difference in a DEFENSIVE mechanism and an OFFENSIVE mechanism ! AUgie is the first, humans are mostly the latter.


About the vid :
Not AUgie !!!

Defenately A PARASITE ON/AROUND a HAIR.
I wouldnt even call it MORGELLONS.




@ BHD
I like the rEMP better then the Nuclear weapons of many !
I agree with your last line ;)
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HI AC Canada,

just to explain :
you have not the same ID number then the OTHER AC CANADA,
her ID numbers are different
***802/****507


Just to make sure which AC Canada we were talking with ...hehe... we might confiuse you both, and thats not what we want ;)
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So have the French declared war on U.S.A.laughlurksideways I think I can see the white flag from my back porch headlessch
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I haven't been on for a few days, and I've just seen the post about the Russian submersible in the Swiss lakes. It rings a few alarm bells.

A very-little known fact is that several of the Swiss lakes are in fact not quite what they seem - they connect to an underground sea/ocean that goes all the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and connects with a few other lakes along the way, including in Tibet.

One of the lakes, Constance I think, is shallower in the middle that at the edges, where in part, it is under-cut. What happened, is that it was the cap over an underground lake, and part of the roof fell in, so through the edges, one can access the main waterways.

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I haven't been on for a few days, and I've just seen the post about the Russian submersible in the Swiss lakes. It rings a few alarm bells.

A very-little known fact is that several of the Swiss lakes are in fact not quite what they seem - they connect to an underground sea/ocean that goes all the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and connects with a few other lakes along the way, including in Tibet.

One of the lakes, Constance I think, is shallower in the middle that at the edges, where in part, it is under-cut. What happened, is that it was the cap over an underground lake, and part of the roof fell in, so through the edges, one can access the main waterways.

hf
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...remembering more and more each day?

Nice to see you Eagle's Wings. Still so sorry I missed you when you were over.

Keep the good stuff comming!
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Krispy is right.....

We have it built into our DNA to transcend any sort of ability. Our brains and bodies are hard wired to draw energy from the vacuum, as well as the source (same thing). These abilities are locked the theta, alpha, and delta wave cycles. Remote viewers can achieve this state with ease.

Our energy can be amplified by connecting to the core template of the entire structure (this includes, planetary and galactic.

The symbiosis and amplification through technology are negative agendas that only exist because they don't want to give up the knowledge, nor their power. So they give us a bone but in a way that allows them to still control us. Synthetics will also slowly, begin to take over our way of life.

There are even organic ways to regenerate and do all sorts of things. It's up to you.

yoda
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I haven't been on for a few days, and I've just seen the post about the Russian submersible in the Swiss lakes. It rings a few alarm bells.

A very-little known fact is that several of the Swiss lakes are in fact not quite what they seem - they connect to an underground sea/ocean that goes all the way from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and connects with a few other lakes along the way, including in Tibet.

One of the lakes, Constance I think, is shallower in the middle that at the edges, where in part, it is under-cut. What happened, is that it was the cap over an underground lake, and part of the roof fell in, so through the edges, one can access the main waterways.

hf
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...remembering more and more each day?

Nice to see you Eagle's Wings. Still so sorry I missed you when you were over.

Keep the good stuff comming!
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Hi EW and BHD :D:D:D


Well THANK YOU EW for that information !!!!
Something inside told me indeed that this lake was connected with other water-way's , but your info is more then I hoped and wished for and could think !! ..lol... Awsome !!!
This does indeed explains the "sudden" urge and interrest !

So fantastic that we had information dotted up again in the old ways, of all bringing snippets that fit perfect togetter.
This makes me very happy !! THIS is what -fror me- BEZERK was all about --> working togetter as 1 in our own uniqueness.

Lets see if we can gather some more info that backs this all up. Lets go Bezerk again !!!
lets find links to the Atlantic, Pacific, Tibet and the Swiss Lakes.
Also : what history is to be found about the Swiss sedimets in relation to ancient bacteria caught in glacier ice ...


The dome roof -over that Swiss lake- that collapsed means that it was a separated eco-system ... just like that in Lake Vostock that they planned to breach (the ice to reach it and research it).
(or was that Baikal? )
But the principal is the same.
This links to all the freshwater solitary eco-systems in the GOM.

As BHD said : Keep the good stuff comming !!! hf
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Krispy is right.....

We have it built into our DNA to transcend any sort of ability. Our brains and bodies are hard wired to draw energy from the vacuum, as well as the source (same thing). These abilities are locked the theta, alpha, and delta wave cycles. Remote viewers can achieve this state with ease.

Our energy can be amplified by connecting to the core template of the entire structure (this includes, planetary and galactic.

The symbiosis and amplification through technology are negative agendas that only exist because they don't want to give up the knowledge, nor their power. So they give us a bone but in a way that allows them to still control us. Synthetics will also slowly, begin to take over our way of life.

There are even organic ways to regenerate and do all sorts of things. It's up to you.

yoda
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Hello Sirius White :)

Thanks for the confirmations :D


I think more and more people are unlocking these abilities and are able to "remotely view/know/feel" better and better.
It is comming in a more natural way, instead of by indoctrinated techniques by guru's and other people who seem to teach the good thing but still keep people dependant and waiting ...
(yes those types are even here on this site with threads ...lol..)
I think its a subtile change thats taking place, people dont realise that they tap into sources and use waves more often then they are aware of .. but little hints occure like asking yourself : "How did I know that?" ... Simply : You wired right (at that moment) ...lol...


That is exactly what i do many times : intentional connecting with the core ... the core meaning of things and happenings, the core-understanding, planetary/galactic and cellular, ... being able to acces templates of knowledge that is bigger then we can fully understand with our supressed unexplored undevelloped brain.
We are our biggest threat and enemy by believing we are the illusion TPTB wants us to believe.

Yes they give us bones with the sent of meat, to keep us wanting more ... but only those who are awake will be able to see in the darkness and will wake up in the knowledge that is all around us to access and to co-use when we have the right state/wave of mind.



Can you tell us more about those organic ways to regenerate ?

I feel it is also related to alien species who have "organic-tissue vessels" and work on an organical interface-way/wave with that organism.
'CO-creation' instead of COnquests and DOminion.


Hope to see more of you hf
TNX.
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Something a bit different,
but still important in the line of understanding this BEZERK situation,
and the beRzerk actions of some nations and individials !!


12 yr Girl Discovers ALL U.S. Presidents Except One Related to One British King






(Thanx Mud hf )

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Info from VIDS:

- Lake Vostok is fresh water in a rift. Probably with volcanic activity. No light, so whats the alternate energysource of life in that water ?

- Answers when a cave was found in Romania. An eco-system in a bubbel closed off from surface for millions of years (K: *** Like that dome in that Swiss lake???) and like lake Vostok cut off from light.
Many forms of life were found against all expectations.
Their energy source was HYDROGEN SULFIDE. Microbes extranting this by chemo-synthesis. The H-S comes from hot-spots/springs welling up from deep below the Earth.

- The microbes made thick FLOCKS of a YELLOW STICKY GHOOO (K: ***!!!! ..lol.. you will have to think about something familiar we talked about here in the thread) and that served as foodsource for all animals in that cave.

- EQ activity on east Antarctica formed an intriguing patern, -and prooved NOT to be a DEAD region like many geologists thought!-. The patern was parallel to the edge of Lake Vostok. This indicates that the proces that formed Vostok is still active today !!!

- In the icecores that were drilled from the 4KM thick icesheet on top of the lake there was a remarcable discovery : Just a few hundred meters above the lake's surface the size of the crystals in the water was amazingly different !!
GIANT CRYSTALS IN THE WATER OF LAKE VOSTOK !!!



K: With amazement and with so much recognition, I have watched these 4 vids ! So many things/dots fall into perspective according to BEZERK.

Thanks again to Mud hf


xxxMzK





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This post below from Breezy -clearly posted to favour Aco, and get "info" out-,
and it scares the hell out of me !!
Why ? ---> The naming of SENDAI in it.
Didnt Japan had enough to cope with ???


Re: A CHRONICLE OF THE WORLD AT WAR III (The Buildup )

Operation CLARION will end on schedule in two weeks. (End of June)

TTS RDM 5 ZERO MILES RFA SENDAI EST TARGET / ARV 72:00 IMB (CLEAR ZONE ALERT)
PPA XXR 3 ZERO MILES COL DAEGU EST TARGET / ARV 96:00 IMB (CLEAR ZONE ALERT)


[link to thechaniproject.com]
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Daegu, South Korea : [link to en.wikipedia.org]




What I find so discusting,
and not only me .. other people too
is that they bring out info that clearly states DANGER to an area
to INFORM OTHERS,
but not to inform THE JAPANESE CITEZENS !!!!Innocent people and children !!!!


Whoever gave that info to be put on the internet
also has ideas of what is going to happen ..
they have the code-keys
WE DONT !!!
WE cant WARN those who are going to be TARGETTED !!!

AND THAT IS SOOO FU**ING WRONG !!!!!!



rant




@ Aco and Rand and The OTHERS:
Whatever you do or did...
This is not helping innocent people !!
This is only HELPING YOUR OWN CAUZE and agenda's !!!


With the knowledge that Rand and The Others have,
(with the keys to decode all those messages and understand clearly what is said and meant)
you could have saved 10's of thousands of Japanese people from the disasters they are living in right now,
and by now thousands of US citezens on the west coast,
as you could have with the people in and around the GOM !!
But noooo..
all you did was giving riddles and watched disasters take place on screens with the Elite in secret rooms.



I am so f**king mad right now !
You play GOD, all of you !
Discusting !


If this gets me a bancation .. well... at least someone who is not afraid to tell the truth plain.


yoda xxMzK
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Thank you for the Lake Volstak videos Krispy, very interesting!
Tio
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