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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
Gabriel

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from Harmony:

Trying to find if anyone has heard of Professor B

yet? see if he has seen anything static discharge for the

rocks from space in the California area lately --- I believe

he can get it 10-14 days prior ?


Professor B.... anyone?
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There is one other oddity that I have wanted to bring up to you but have avoided doing so because it may seem far reaching.

I have felt that Augie's appearance (the real Augie - not the genetically enhanced) has much to do with cleansing the earth....I don't feel that there are any coincidences.

Although there are many creatures that aid in cleansing the earth, one that is interesting is also earth worms. Most of us know that earth worms are extremely advantageous to enriching soil.

This summer, I have found an incredible amount of earthworms in my yard and gardens. I am not speaking of a few, but far beyond normal. If I lift up a rock in my garden I am sure to find 15 or more under a 12" round rock. Earthworms loosen soil..in my gardens, I can literally pick up a handful of moist dirt like sand in a sandbox, it is so churned up by the worms.

I was wondering if anyone else noticed this same phenenom.

I also wonder if earthworms are part of the earth's cleansing of radiation and/or particles that may be invisibly bombarding our planet. Mother Earth knows what she needs to cleanse her impurities when they get out of control....and I believe the earth and it's harmonious inhabitants connect and work together when trouble is in the arena.

Interesting facts on earthworms: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thus earthworm activity aerates and mixes the soil, and is constructive to mineralization and nutrient uptake by vegetation. Certain species of earthworm come to the surface and graze on the higher concentrations of organic matter present there, mixing it with the mineral soil. Because a high level of organic matter mixing is associated with soil fertility, an abundance of earthworms is beneficial to the organic gardener.
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Love your avatar Shadowdancer !!!

... and yes you are right.
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You forgot to mention that earthworms are also good for catching fish...
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yeah ... what shall I say ????





scratching



uhhhhhmmmmm ....


uhhhh ....







Nothing ;)









Tnx for posting anyway AC Canada.
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You forgot to mention that earthworms are also good for catching fish...
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So are hennep-seeds ... the ones that make those green plants that you can smoke the THC-oil of ... that make you highhhhhhhh :)


My dad didnt smoked it, but fished with the seeds.
He caught many fish ...lol...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 619959


yeah ... what shall I say ????

scratching

uhhhhhmmmmm ....

uhhhh ....

Nothing ;)

Tnx for posting anyway AC Canada.
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Maybe reconsider K.

"fresh water cousin" just says to me that the understanding of the 'events' is still being treated as individual, where as I believe that the event is universal, and as such, - on our level at least, - Earth wide.

I get that the 'story' is being fed as individual out breaks, that will no doubt become a world wide phenominom, and then be seen as a singular event, but I'm already there.

If there is back up behind these statements about the Bush's, which we do know they are in to oil, then that is just further reinforcing <<to me>> that the oil supply has been tainted, and is so, world wide.

To what end though? Make oil useless or use the oil to carry the thing that has tainted it to other areas? A distribution process? I'm personally leaning that a ways.

Someone else can look in to the Bush thing I think. Look forward to the results, either way.
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You forgot to mention that earthworms are also good for catching fish...
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Hello Ma Man. Been on holidays? How was the fishing? :)
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A question on US Navy Intelligence.

Did I get the feeling that this thread saw USNI as a positive thing early on? Maybe one of the good guys in the fight?

They seem to be commonly held as the faction within the US Govt. fighting against certain ETs, and have the most information on the phenominom and other related issues, such as BEZERK.

I bring this up, as this site seems to be routed through their servers at some point. Is this to monitor the above mentioned, or is it all part of a grand illusion?
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There is a thread on GLP talking about a spike in water temp in the GoM.

Thread: ALERT ALERT! 7/14/2011 -- temperature spike in gulf of mexico 100+ degrees @ 1AM ( NOT NORMAL)

The temp was apparently 100 degrees fahrenheit. That's pretty hot. Have not been able to find any proof a part from a single vid, which is no longer there.

Our friend Gabriel had this to say -

Its a controlled release from an underground volcanic vein that was found to connect to Yellowstone. They have been working on it for years. Its to relieve as much pressure off Yellowstone before September when TSHTF. Its getting closer and things are heating up.


GJAKARTA, July 15 (Xinhua) -- A volcano in Indonesia's North Sulawesi re-erupted at midnight Thursday, triggering panic and massive evacuation of the people living in the dangerous zone of 3. 5 kilometers from the volcano, the country's volcanology agency and disaster management agency reported early Friday.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Its interesting linking one conspiracy to another. Almost like planting urban myths that in time will explain one or the other.

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Huge oil spill in China, Bohai Bay.

"The oil leak was first detected on June 4 but COPC and CNOOC remained silent until the spill was exposed by the media late in the month.

The eleven organizations also sent an open letter to COPC and CNOOC on July 4 demanding an apology for not immediately disclosing the details of the incident. Public interest litigations are aimed at protecting communities and private individuals and can be filed on behalf of victims by a third party.

"The victims of this marine pollution are immeasurable and it's almost impossible for any one person to file a case, so public interest litigation is necessary," said Wang Haijun of Beijing's Deheheng Law Firm, representing the groups.

According to the first regional regulation on ecological compensation for marine pollution in Shandong province released in 2010, ecological compensation is set at RMB10 million (US$1.54 million) for every half square kilometer of seawater affected and RMB200 million (US$30 million) for every ten square kilometers.

The leak from the Penglai 19-3 oilfield in the Bohai Gulf, operated by COPC, had polluted an area of more than 840 square kilometers as of July 4, according to statistics from the State Oceanic Administration. Wang said that any compensation resulting from the litigation will be used to restore the marine environment and compensate possible victims.

An anonymous official from Changdao county's oceanic and fishery bureau said in an interview with the Economic Herald that although a fishing moratorium began on June 1 in the bay, the oil leak will influence the growth of fish, causing long-term impact on fisheries and the environment. However, Wang said, environmental groups first needed to get their case heard.

>> so even in so-called, back wards, environmentally UNconcious China, they admit the spill WILL have long term effects on fisheries. So who is backwards now?

[link to www.wantchinatimes.com]

[link to www.pennenergy.com]
Oil spill, uncontrollable leak.... so 2010..



Not sure if related
[link to www.wantchinatimes.com]

Great Wall of China starts in Bohai Bay.

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France bans fracking.

[link to www.pennenergy.com]
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...one more.

Correction to post a ways back regarding TransOcean Marianas rig.

I mentioned it was removed from the same site that DWH was at, due to taking on water. It was removed, and towed away for repairs. DWH then took over the role, and we know how that ended.

I implied that whilst enroute to being repaired, T-O-M, sank.

It did actually sink, but deliberately! It was sunk to begin work off the coast of Ghana for more deep water work.

Interstingly, it is again off line, as it is taking on water, and in need of major repair.

These deep water rigs seem very susseptable to corrosion? Hehe.
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Sorry, just one more regarding the link between BP and Trans Ocean. Be interesting if they move the Marianas over to the Kara Sea.

**Cough, cough *** KARA SEA ** Cough, Cough *** Krispy.

A year after the explosion on a drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico, uncertainty remains about the long-term damage of the disaster.

Nickolaus Gelpke, a Swiss marine biologist and editor of the magazine Mare, tells swissinfo.ch that despite the appearance of things having returned to normal in the Gulf, it is impossible to calculate the effects of petroleum on the environment.

“Petroleum is a highly toxic substance, and even if it is no longer visible, it is still present in the food chain. In the long term, the effects on the ecosystem are incalculable,” Gelpke said.

Operated by British Petroleum (BP), the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig sank beneath the sea after a two-day fire which began on April 20, 2010, causing the deaths of 11 workers.

But worse was yet to come. Each day for 86 days, tens of thousands of barrels of crude oil gushed uninterruptedly from the mouth of the well, 1,600 metres below sea level. BP finally managed to stop the leak on July 15.

Today, even though the beaches of the southern coast of the United States are once again alive with holidaymakers and local fishermen are again casting their nets out to sea, the spectre of oil contamination has not disappeared.

Mysterious illness
In the three months following the explosion, the fauna and flora, the sea and the southern coasts of the US fell prey to the destructive effects of the leaked oil.

The world watched in amazement and incredulity as yet another ecological catastrophe unfolded, with seemingly constant media coverage of birds with feathers clogged by black tar, huge patches of oil floating in the sea, and once-pristine beaches invaded by the black sludge.

“These pictures had an enormous impact on public opinion. But the worst effects cannot be seen, because the real damage to the genetic pool is difficult to pinpoint,” emphasised Gelpke.

“It is still too early to evaluate the repercussions of the oil spill on human beings. However, studies done on volunteers who cleaned up the coasts of Galicia, in Spain (where the Prestige oil tanker sank in 2002), revealed a large number of people affected by skin cancer and respiratory problems.”

Initial reports taken from clean-up crews working on the spill in the Gulf of Mexico may indicate that contact with toxic substances adversely affected the health of workers there too. Local experts suggest the chemical compound benzene might be responsible for such health effects.

Disappearing act
Today, the estimated 780 million litres of crude oil that gushed from the stricken well have left little visible trace.

“After an oil spill, the key thing is the natural degradation process of the oil through bacteria,” explained Gelpke. “This process depends on the presence of what are called hydrocarbon-eating microbes and their level of activity, determined by the temperature of the sea. The hope for the Gulf rests on its unique characteristics: the warm water and the high number of very active bacteria give reason to believe that the greater part of the oil will dissolve.”

Gelpke remains sceptical of analysis released by BP of the situation, since there can be no reliable picture of what happens in such deep water.

“What I am sure of, is that this was the second-worst oil disaster in world history, after the one in the first Gulf War when the oil fields were blown up.”

The natural evaporation of the crude oil, combined with the tireless work of beach cleanup teams, the drawing of the petroleum to the sea surface, controlled fires out at sea, weather conditions, and the use chemical dispersants, meant that the worst was avoided.

However, all of the escaped oil did not just disappear.

“You just have to dig a bit down under the mangroves in the Mississippi delta to find petroleum sediment,” said Gelpke. “There it was impossible to clean the oily mass out of the ecosystem. Again, differently from other oil spills, this one went all the way down into the sea, and we just don’t know for sure how the crude oil has spread in the water column.”

Drilling resumes
Although they declared the Deepwater Horizon spill “the worst ecological catastrophe” in the country’s history, American authorities have lost little time turning the page.

After establishing tighter safety rules, the White House lifted the moratorium on deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico last October and BP could resume its operations in the Gulf as soon as July.

“Even with more restrictive standards, you can’t control the situation in the depths of the sea,” warns Gelpke.

BP, apart from resuming drilling operations in the disaster zone, is also due to begin exploration in the Kara sea, north of Siberia in the Arctic, where Gelpke suggests the consequences of an oil spill would be dramatic, as was the 1989 case of the Exxon Valdez tanker spill in Alaska.

“The sea is a huge mass which dilutes a lot of pollution, and it does it fast,” said Gelpke. “At the present time, this characteristic is both a blessing and a curse for mankind. It means that we can go on dumping harmful substances into the water without thinking about the damage we are doing in the long term.”

Luca Beti, swissinfo.ch

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Shameless plug..

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Huge oil spill in China, Bohai Bay.

"The oil leak was first detected on June 4 but COPC and CNOOC remained silent until the spill was exposed by the media late in the month.

The eleven organizations also sent an open letter to COPC and CNOOC on July 4 demanding an apology for not immediately disclosing the details of the incident. Public interest litigations are aimed at protecting communities and private individuals and can be filed on behalf of victims by a third party.

"The victims of this marine pollution are immeasurable and it's almost impossible for any one person to file a case, so public interest litigation is necessary," said Wang Haijun of Beijing's Deheheng Law Firm, representing the groups.

According to the first regional regulation on ecological compensation for marine pollution in Shandong province released in 2010, ecological compensation is set at RMB10 million (US$1.54 million) for every half square kilometer of seawater affected and RMB200 million (US$30 million) for every ten square kilometers.

The leak from the Penglai 19-3 oilfield in the Bohai Gulf, operated by COPC, had polluted an area of more than 840 square kilometers as of July 4, according to statistics from the State Oceanic Administration. Wang said that any compensation resulting from the litigation will be used to restore the marine environment and compensate possible victims.

An anonymous official from Changdao county's oceanic and fishery bureau said in an interview with the Economic Herald that although a fishing moratorium began on June 1 in the bay, the oil leak will influence the growth of fish, causing long-term impact on fisheries and the environment. However, Wang said, environmental groups first needed to get their case heard.

>> so even in so-called, back wards, environmentally UNconcious China, they admit the spill WILL have long term effects on fisheries. So who is backwards now?

[link to www.wantchinatimes.com]

[link to www.pennenergy.com]
Oil spill, uncontrollable leak.... so 2010..



Not sure if related
[link to www.wantchinatimes.com]

Great Wall of China starts in Bohai Bay.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


THANK YOU BHD for posting this here and with all the links to it !!!
Great job !

Reading the above, I am reminded at a word I recieved a few weeks ago, and which I also posted about. CHENGGONG...

I searched for the post here in the thread but it is removed damned
(luckaly I saved it)


Last night I ask my dragon what his/her name was. I heared the word/name : KENGONG or CHENGONG (chengon-kengon-cengon) etc ... (it was phonetical, so many possibilities in grammar). This morning before therapy I quickly looked up that name in google ... and surprisingly 1 Chinese GHOST-TOWN is called CHENGGONG !!!!! I did not know that !
Isnt this WOW ????
I am sure that I will find more connections when I do deeper research.
Was this the name of my dragon, or was this A NAME that my dragon wanted me to look up and tell some people about it ???



- we talked about these ghost-towns yesterday in VC, but this is more then a coïncedense !
[link to www.welingelichtekringen.nl]
[link to www.architizer.com]


-Kengong is also an instrument.
[link to homepages.cae.wisc.edu]


-Cengong
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to www.maplandia.com] (interresting > maybe the ceramics)


-Stone statue:
[link to www.360cities.net]

[link to www.kinmen.gov.tw]
According to Hong Guozheng, Kinmen County Government is spending NT$13.6 million to build on Jiangong Island the 15-meter stone statue of Zheng Chenggong, which includes a 9-meter tall sculpture and a 6-meter tall base.
To preserve historical records, an underground palace was designed in the base to keep local cultural relics.
(...) to see the statue from afar and reminisce on the historical moments when Zheng Chenggong fought the Qing Court in the attempt to restore Ming Dynasty and led his troops to recover Taiwan from the Dutch.

Zheng Chenggong was born to a Chinese merchant and pirate, and a Japanese woman. ((!!!! China and Japan in 1 !!!))


-meaning :
"Chenggong" = success


-Chen Gong :
[link to en.wikipedia.org]


-Chen, Gong Chen (Assistant Professor of Chemistry)
[link to www.chem.psu.edu]
We are a young organic group located on the 4th floor of the new chemistry building. We are interested in both synthetic and biological studies of carbohydrates and peptides, two essential building blocks of any living system. Organic synthesis is the key, yet not the destination, of our research program. Our mission is to develop all kinds of bio-chemical tools to unravel some novel biological functions of carbohydrates and peptides in the living system, preferentially on a glycomic and proteomic level. In addition to revealing molecular mechanisms, we hope that our studies will facilitate the development of valuable therapeutic and diagnostic agents. Our current research projects include total synthesis of novel peptide (non-ribosomal peptide) and carbohydrate-based natural products, molecular imaging studies of cellular sialylation processes, and development of synthetic receptors for complex carbohydrates.



-ships: cheng gong 59-82-85
(some 144, and others 70/cargo)
[link to aprs.fi]



-Chenggong harbor:
[link to eng.taiwan.net.tw]
 Quoting: saved info from krispy



Like I said I heared the name phonetical ... Chenggong sounds a lot like Shandong !!! 'Chen/Chan' and '*ong' were very clear in what I heared ...

Could be coincedence,
could be not ....


And why was this post above deleted from this thread?



Something you didnt noticed:
The leak from the Penglai 19-3 oilfield in the Bohai Gulf

The 19th March was the date of the GOM oil-spill ... no sorry it was a month later .. my fault. I thought we discovered also something with that date 19-3 ... scratching



Ow yeah and did we mention before that there was an other GREAT oils spill in the GOM that lasted months ?

Ixtoc I
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
3 June 1979 – 23 March 1980
In the bay of Campeche !


I mentioned Campeche before ---> Thread: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine (Page 1224)

quote:
Mike Hudec spent the week of June 28-July 2 visiting the Pemex offices in Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico. During this visit Mike presented a two-day short course on salt tectonics, and then led a workshop on salt tectonics in the Campeche salt basin, Mexico. 06/10

- Mike Hudec visited CGGVeritas’ Houston office on April 20, 21 and 23 to advise on salt interpretations in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and to conduct research on basement structure in the area. Portions of the visit were conducted as part of CGGVeritas’ membership in the AGL consortium. 04/10


For March scroll down to : "March 2010 Highlights"
[link to www.beg.utexas.edu]


BINGO !!!!!!
MARCH 19 oil spills:
-Runner 4 oil spill in Estonia, 19 March 2006
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

- ALERT! NEW oil spill in GULF OF MEXICO - 100 miles long! march 19, 2011
[link to vodpod.com]

- 19-3-1981 Ixtoc 1 oil spill: flaking of surface mousse in the Gulf of Mexico [link to www.nature.com]
the Ixtoc 1 well released oil for 9 months into the open ocean where winds and currents dispersed the floating mousse (a light brown and orange water-in-oil emulsion) which had formed at the wellhead. (...)
An ultra-thin sheen also formed from the oil and was visible as a smoothness of sea-surface texture relative to the slightly rougher unpolluted waters. We report here that at a distance of 750&#8722;1,000 km from the well, Ixtoc 1 mousse occurred on sheen-covered sea surface primarily as gramme-sized pancakes and milligramme-sized flakes. Relative to pancakes, flakes were more dense, depleted in aliphatic compounds and enriched in polar compounds. Both particles were covered with a brittle 5&#8722;10 µm skin. Pancakes, skin, flakes and surface sheen seem to represent the four macroscopic component parts of a pelagic weathering cycle of Ixtoc 1 mousse.


19 years later again a gulf-oilspill at DWH !!!
Seems that possibly AUgie was already active 19 years ago !!!!





Edit add:


STILL UNGOING OILSPILL IN THE GOM !!!
FROM September 16, 2004 to present (2492 days)

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

WTF

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There is a thread on GLP talking about a spike in water temp in the GoM.

Thread: ALERT ALERT! 7/14/2011 -- temperature spike in gulf of mexico 100+ degrees @ 1AM ( NOT NORMAL)

The temp was apparently 100 degrees fahrenheit. That's pretty hot. Have not been able to find any proof a part from a single vid, which is no longer there.

Our friend Gabriel had this to say -

Its a controlled release from an underground volcanic vein that was found to connect to Yellowstone. They have been working on it for years. Its to relieve as much pressure off Yellowstone before September when TSHTF. Its getting closer and things are heating up.


GJAKARTA, July 15 (Xinhua) -- A volcano in Indonesia's North Sulawesi re-erupted at midnight Thursday, triggering panic and massive evacuation of the people living in the dangerous zone of 3. 5 kilometers from the volcano, the country's volcanology agency and disaster management agency reported early Friday.
 Quoting: Gabriel


Its interesting linking one conspiracy to another. Almost like planting urban myths that in time will explain one or the other.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Seems like Gabs words make sence to me ... a "relief" something for Yellowstone.
(btw : a 'yellowstone' could be gold ..lol..)

Isnt Indonesia about an antipodal of Indonesia, or a tripodal ?


@ US Navy Intelligence ---> idk ....

@ French ban on fracking --> WUNDERBARRRRRR !!

@ T-O-M repair post ----> Great catch BHD !!!! I agree with you.

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Great Wall of China starts in Bohai Bay.

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THIS IS A FANTASTIC FIND !!!! 5a
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Sorry, just one more regarding the link between BP and Trans Ocean. Be interesting if they move the Marianas over to the Kara Sea.

**Cough, cough *** KARA SEA ** Cough, Cough *** Krispy.



(SNIP)



BP, apart from resuming drilling operations in the disaster zone, is also due to begin exploration in the Kara sea, north of Siberia in the Arctic, where Gelpke suggests the consequences of an oil spill would be dramatic, as was the 1989 case of the Exxon Valdez tanker spill in Alaska.

“The sea is a huge mass which dilutes a lot of pollution, and it does it fast,” said Gelpke. “At the present time, this characteristic is both a blessing and a curse for mankind. It means that we can go on dumping harmful substances into the water without thinking about the damage we are doing in the long term.”

Luca Beti, swissinfo.ch

Link - [link to www.swissinfo.ch]
 Quoting: BadHairDay





Hey BHD :)
a couple of days/2 weeks ago I started my research on KARA SEA and I found these highlights:



- The shallow Kara Sea is seasonally ice-covered. Warm ocean currents flowing into this LME from the North Atlantic Ocean provide mostly ice-free conditions from May to October. The Yenisei, Taz, and Ob rivers are an important source of freshwater and nutrients.

- The Kara Sea LME is characterized by the freshwater input of its 3 major rivers, and by water exchange with the Arctic Ocean. it has a high diversity of habitats.

low productivity, ecosystem based on SeaWiFS global primary productivity estimates. Seasonal ice covers the region during parts of the year, which limits the availability of light and nutrients. Zooplankton biomass production is relatively low, and the distribution and species composition is influenced by the proximity of the Atlantic Ocean. The rivers bring large amounts of nutrients into the Sea every year.

Oil and gas development and fisheries impacts pose severe threats to the region. Radioactive materials dumped into the Kara Sea LME may be severely impacting the ecosystem,

Before 1992, not much was known about radioactivity levels from dumping operations in the Arctic Seas. That picture has changed over the past three years, largely due to the joint efforts of scientists from Russia, Norway, and the IAEA's Marine Environment Laboratory in Monaco.
Some of the rivers are reportedly polluted with PCBs, DDT), heavy metals, and viral contaminants. The Ob River contains plutonium and iodine. Moving upstream toward nuclear processing facilities, there are levels of radionuclides.

Economic activity focuses on fisheries and the exploitation of natural resources (petroleum and natural gas).
In the early 1980s, Bovanenkovo and several other major gas fields were discovered in the Yamal Peninsula. This made the region a prime target for development.
The natural gas reserves of two basins in the Kara Sea LME (Rusanovskoe and Leningradskoe) are estimated at 5 trillion cubic meters.



. Carroll, J., F. Boisson, S. W. Fowler, and stalker Teyssie. 1997. Radionuclide adsorption to sediments from nuclear waste dumping sites in the Kara Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 38:-304.
. Coquery, M., D. Cossa, and J. M. Martin. 1995. The distribution of dissolved and particulate mercury in three Siberian estuaries and adjacent Arctic coastal waters. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 80:-664.
. Fuhrmann, M., H. Zhou, J. Neiheisel, M. A. Schoonen, and R. Dryer. 1997. Sorption / desorption of radioactive contaminants by sediment from the Kara Sea. Science of the Total Environment, 202:-24.
. Layton, D., Vaughn, P., Yarrington, L., Maxwell, R., Preller, R., Bean, J., Carroll, J., Fuhrmann, M., Rigor, I., and W. Tucker. 1997. Transport of Radionuclides in the Arctic Seas. In: Radionuclides in the Arctic Seas from the Former Soviet Union: Potential Health and Ecological Risks. Ed. D. Layton, R. Edson, B. Napier. Arctic Nuclear Waste Assessment Program (ANWAP). United States Office of Naval Reserach, Washington, D.C.
. Pfirman, S., J. W. Kogeler, and I. Rigor. 1997. Potential for rapid transport of contaminants from the Kara Sea. Science of the Total Environment, 202:- 122.
. Povinec, P.P., Osvath, I., Baxter, M.S., Ballestra, S., Carroll, J., Gastaud, J., Harms, I., Huynh-Ngoc, L., Liong Wee Kwong, L., and H. Pettersson. 1997. IAEA-MEL’s Contribution to the investigation of Kara Sea radioactivity and radiological assessment. Marine Pollution Bulletin 35:235-241.



-The Kara Sea formed as a result of deglaciation during the last Ice Age, traces of glacial ice being found under a thin layer of silty sediment. Rocky soils are found in the northeast part of the sea. There are also sandbars and sandy mainland shores.


The water masses of the Kara Sea are extremely cold and stratified In the winter the water temperature averages 29.1° F (-1.6° C); in the summer it reaches 43° F (6° C) in the southwestern part of the sea and 36° F (2° C) in the north. Currents move in two slow, counterclockwise rotations in the southwestern and northeastern parts of the sea. ( [link to www.sintef.no] )


The importance of the Kara Sea route has increased following the discovery in the Ob-Yenisey region of large deposits of oil and natural gas.







-Thermal methods:
Wastewater from the cooling of power plants, both fossil-fueled and nuclear, has sometimes been suggested as a source of energy for melting ice downstream of the release points. This method may be advantageous in smal areas, but the power requirements for melting extended reaches of ice are immense. Discharges from smaller sources, such as sewage treatment plants, are generally too small to have more than a very localized effect. On the other hand, the water held in reservoirs is often somewhat warmer than freezing, and it can be released in quantities sufficient to result in extended open water downstream—the precise distance depending on how much surface area is required to cool the water back to the freezing point by heat loss to the cold air above.





-Wiki : Nuclear Dumping
There is concern about radioactive contamination from nuclear waste the former Soviet Union dumped in the sea and the effect this will have on the marine environment. According to an official "White Paper" report compiled and released by the Russian government in March 1993, the Soviet Union dumped six nuclear submarine reactors and ten nuclear reactors into the Kara Sea between 1965-1988.[4] Solid high- and low-level wastes unloaded from Northern Fleet nuclear submarines during reactor refuelings, were dumped in the Kara Sea, mainly in the shallow fjords of Novaya Zemlya, where the depths of the dumping sites range from 12 to 135 meters, and in the Novaya Zemlya Trough at depths of up to 380 meters. Liquid low-level wastes were released in the open Barents and Kara Seas. A subsequent appraisal by the International Atomic Energy Agency showed that releases are low and localized from the 16 naval reactors (reported by the IAEA as having come from seven submarines and the icebreaker "Lenin") which were dumped at five sites in the Kara Sea. Most of the dumped reactors had suffered an accident.[5]

-Map : [link to www.bsh.de]



-Nuclear event kara sea 5-5-11
[link to www.youtube.com]



-BP in Kara Sea !
Door still open for BP in Kara Sea (16 may is mentioned !!) [link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]


-PM Putin and BP on Kara sea oil:
Rosneft and BP form strategic alliance for Kara Sea 2011-01-15
[link to www.barentsobserver.com]
( ahhaaaa ELITE:
Attending the signing ceremony, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin said: - International capital, and Russian companies are again willing to work to implement new large-scale investment projects world-class in Russia, and leading Russian companies accelerate their entry into the elite of the global energy industry.
...
Rosneft’s President, Eduard Khudainatov, says in a statement: -I am pleased that in just a few months we’ve significantly moved forward in implementing Russia’s offshore strategy. In its operations, our future joint venture will utilize the experience and expertise of BP, one of the leaders in the global oil and gas industry.
- This project is unique in its complexity and scale both for Russia and the global oil and gas industry. We see it as the next step in developing our relations with BP, Khudainatov said.
...
Russian experts estimate recoverable oil and gas resources on the continental shelf at 100 billion tons of oil equivalents. There are 51 discovered deposits on the Russian shelf, of which six, including the Shtokman gas field, are considered to be unique.




-Kara sea TANKER (now in port in australie)
[link to www.marinetraffic.com]



- [link to arctic-roos.org]


-Image Kara Sea : [link to www.allthesea.com]




-Geology and Evolution of the Northern Kara Sea Shelf
Two regional deep sedimentary basins are clearly distinguished within the NKSS. They have rather complex inner structures and contain sediments 14.0-16.0 km thick. The basins are separated from each other by a relatively narrow, linear zone of basement high which extends from Uedineniya Island on the south to Vize Island on the north, where basement depth is 1.5-4.0 km.
...
The seismic data gave no evidence of Caldeonian or any other Phanerozoic folding within the NKSS, which is in contrast with widespread assumptions.
The results show that the geological structure and evolution of the NKSS differ greatly from those of adjacent Barents and Southern Kara Sea shelves.

[link to www.searchanddiscovery.com]



That SWISS journalist reminded me again on that article about those 3 russian MIR's that are investigating Lake GENEVA and their project called : ELEMO

See the multiple posts about it at this page : Thread: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine (Page 1261)

It would be interresting to watch if any of those firms and labs involved in Project ELEMO also are going to be involved in the Kara Sea !!!!



For easier research I will repost this :


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

 Quoting: Krispy71




Watch all those pharmacies and companies mentioned in the above ....


xx K

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Krispy ... BHD

I posted this a few days ago hoping either of you could give me your opinion. I thought it was Crystal Moldavite but could be something else. Any thoughts please?

from Harmony:

Trying to find if anyone has heard of Professor B

yet? see if he has seen anything static discharge for the

rocks from space in the California area lately --- I believe

he can get it 10-14 days prior ?


Professor B.... anyone?
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Sorry Gabe' doesnt ring any bells for me.

Only thing I came across resembling what you have written about is this -

"Frequency domain optical storage, using ionic and molecular crystals. Supervisors: Prof B"

Googled Professor B crystals.

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Jellies now, but earlier....

Mass squid swarms around Japan prior to EQ and tsunami.


Thread: Oh My ...The Japanese and their Fishy Story: Did Squid Warn Japanese Fishermen About the Earthquake?

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Sorry Gabe' doesnt ring any bells for me.

Only thing I came across resembling what you have written about is this -

"Frequency domain optical storage, using ionic and molecular crystals. Supervisors: Prof B"

Googled Professor B crystals.
 Quoting: BadHairDay



Thanks for researching BHD. The "rocks" she is referring to i believe is suppose to release a static discharge 10-14 days ahead of the arrival of either Elenin or the dark one.... i'm privy to a lot of info but Prof B and this "rock" are not known by my sources.
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Jellies now, but earlier....

Mass squid swarms around Japan prior to EQ and tsunami.


Thread: Oh My ...The Japanese and their Fishy Story: Did Squid Warn Japanese Fishermen About the Earthquake?
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yes and the reasons why are more and more obveous ...
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@ Gabriel

Idk at the moment, but I am keeping it in the back of my mind. Will come back on it later :)
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well, at least I got that big smile in for a few days....
It's all about the 'vibe'
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New predictions
Shaul Mofaz (Antichrist) in the September 2011 Israeli Prime Minister After the earthquake in

northern Israel - and the dry lake Kynrt He is government end of October 2012

And by the Imam Mahdi or Jesus will be killed

On September 28 Saudi Arabia king will be killed - November 6 is the hidden of his death after

starts War powers

On October 28, 2011 comet Elenin(C/2010 X1) near Earth He a stone hit in East Asia And reverse rotation of the

earth the sun will come out from the West

America the great volcano in October 2011 - will begin its activities - eight days out of the ashes

Syria: Soldiers the United Nations They sent to Syria in August/ earthquake in northern Israel

and Syria And its effect on the dry lake Kynrt In October Jordan to take possession of syria/and

after Exit Western from Iraq/ Iraq by the Jordan in Januaryto take possession of/Fighting with

Turkey in December2011/And in February 2012 in the desert between Mecca and Medina

Jordanian Soldiers into the ground will beswallowed (volcano

Jesus in the the end summer of 2012 - comes to earth from the sky - to help Imam Mahdi

theadministration of justice in the earth
[link to emam-mahdi-1431.blogfa.com]
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What made you choose this thread my friend?

Your reputation preceeds you. ** Where as I respect your right to post where ever you like, this thread would not seem appropriate at all.

You have been banned, and warned about 'flooding' forums with your 'predictions' before, mainly based on Islamic perspective.

Posts on this thread cannot be deleted. This thread would seem to be a high count thread too, so maybe that was your reason?

e.g.

Thread: Calling LIGHTWORKERS! A Meeting Place ! (Page 3134)
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Thread: ++I AM A EXTRA TERRESTRIAL++ ASK ME A QUESTION AND I WILL RESPOND++ (Page 1203)

etc..... (all high count threads btw peeps)

Dont know. But, thank you for the post, and unless you can find correlations to what we talk about here, find another thread.

Indeed, start one of your own. People love predictions on this site. It will be popular.

Here's one for you -
Thread: Post Your Dream Predictions Here!

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Will stop correcting and adding to my post above..



- just fuck off.


Paid troll. Some of us actually take the time to read and research what is written here, and indeed elsewhere.

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