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

 
BadHairDay

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....better not let my sister see that article...
It's all about the 'vibe'
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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bump

Cause I missed you guys.
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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Youse guys made the front page again.
(Can't believe you are all still here!)

Back off of what?
Obamacare: Never has so much been taken away from so many for so few.
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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]


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Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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Youse guys made the front page again.
(Can't believe you are all still here!)

Back off of what?
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take a stab in the dark

lol
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bump

Cause I missed you guys.
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Hiya SR37


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On another note...

Did you all see this thread? What's up with that?

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]


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Sorry, that message is no longer in the database.


Just curious, what was it about?
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Basically, OP (of this thread) wants someone to back off.
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Youse guys made the front page again.
(Can't believe you are all still here!)

Back off of what?
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??? the BERZERKS teh fakes thread is still around non?
anyways dont care its good to get folks talkin about whats going on now and this touches much of it.
'Whence do you come, slayer of men, or where are you going, conqueror of space?' The soul answered and said, 'What binds me has been slain, and what surrounds me has been overcome, and my desire has been ended, and ignorance has died. In a [world] I was released from a world, [and] in a type from a heavenly type, and (from) the fetter of oblivion which is transient. From this time on will I attain to the rest of the time, of the season, of the aeon, in silence.'
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It is so terrific to see so many of my cherished pals, it's a Bezerk family reunion!!!

Was it really just a year ago that I came out of the lurking closet?

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Hi tutu...Isis...and others...ltnc...

Cz

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Howdy all. Great to see some old friends back for a looksee.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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OK, a retraction of sorts, about the last article on CLOUD.


The head of the world's leading physics lab at CERN in Geneva has prohibited scientists from drawing conclusions from a major experiment. The CLOUD ("Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets") experiment studies the role that particles from deep space play in cloud formation. CLOUD uses CERN's proton synchrotron to study the phenomenon.

CERN Director General Rolf-Dieter Heuer told Welt Online that the scientists should refrain from drawing conclusions from the latest experiment.

"I have asked the colleagues to present the results clearly, but not to interpret them," Heuer told veteran science editor Nigel Calder. "That would go immediately into the highly political arena of the climate change debate. One has to make clear that cosmic radiation is only one of many parameters."

The unusual "gagging order" could have been issued because the results of CLOUD are really, really boring, speculates Calder. Another conclusion is that that the experiment invites a politically unacceptable hypothesis on climate.

The CLOUD experiment builds on earlier experiments by Danish physicist Henrik Svensmark, who demonstrated that cosmic rays provide a seed for clouds. Tiny changes in the earth's cloud cover could account for variations in temperature of several degrees. The amount of Ultra Fine Condensation Nuclei (UFCN) material depends on the quantity of the background drizzle of rays, which varies depending on the strength of the sun's magnetic field and the strength of the Earth's magnetic field.

Speaking at a private event attended by El Reg earlier this year, Svensmark, who is not participating in the CLOUD project, wouldn't comment. He said he thought it was one of four significant factors: man-made factors, volcanoes, a "regime shift" in the mid-'70s, and cosmic rays.

The quantity of cosmic rays therefore has an influence on climate, but this isn't factored into the IPCC's "consensus" science at all.

"CERN has joined a long line of lesser institutions obliged to remain politically correct about the man-made global warming hypothesis. It's OK to enter 'the highly political arena of the climate change debate' provided your results endorse man-made warming, but not if they support Svensmark's heresy that the Sun alters the climate by influencing the cosmic ray influx and cloud formation," observed Calder.


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NEW THREAD:
PIN - RIP GOM - OILCANO GUSHING - AGAIN - "CANNOT BE STOPPED" - TRAGEDY...SO SAD...
Thread: PIN - RIP GOM - OILCANO GUSHING - AGAIN - "CANNOT BE STOPPED" - TRAGEDY...SO SAD...


[link to healthfreedoms.org]

At the time BP finally capped the Macondo Well in the Gulf of Mexico, there were concerns that the process had damaged the seafloor. That fear is now materializing. BP’s Gulf Gusher may be spewing again—and if so, there is no way to stop it. It will continue until seafloor pressure and oil pressure have been equalized, which may take decades.
BP is aware. They’ve hired 40 fishing boats to string boom around the Deepwater Horizon site.



There is no question that the oil seepages, gas columns, fissures and blowout craters in the seafloor around the Macondo wellhead… have been the direct result of indiscriminate drilling, grouting, injection of dispersant and other undisclosed recover activities. As the rogue well had not been successfully cemented and plugged at the base of the well by the relief wells, unknown quantities of hydrocarbons are still leaking out from the reservoir at high pressure and are seeping through multiple fault lines to the seabed. It is not possible to cap this oil leakage.

A couple of days ago, Scientific American reported a 35 kilometer long oil plume 1,100 meters below the surface, flowing at 6.5 kilometers per day from the Macondo Well. They report that physicist Richard Camilli stated, without equivocation:
It was created by the Deepwater Horizon Macondo well.

BP’S DENIAL UPENDED: GULF FLYOVER SURVEILLANCE REVEALS LARGE AMOUNT OF SURFACE OIL AT DEEPWATER HORIZON SITE
[link to www.stuarthsmith.com]

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UNDERSTANDING OF THE UNIVERSE:


We find ourselves in this Universe, and we are aware of it. We strive to understand it and to do so, we use all means at our disposal. We observe and speculate; we look and sometimes we find; we ask many questions and we get many answers, but if they are not proper questions, we get indefinite answers or no answers at all.

Sometimes we cannot distinguish between cause and effect or the phenomenon and the effect of the phenomenon.

Sometimes we mistake the shadow for the substance and pass by the reality while we pursue the image. Often we are so enamoured of our own brilliance that we cannot see the little glints of Truth that line our way. Many shining nuggets of Truth lie buried at our feet and if we are not too proud to dig, we will find them.

Truth is not hidden; it is available to all and is the same for all. Apparent differences must be due to inadequate understanding.

Understanding of the Universe comes only through increasing Awareness of it.


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bump

Cause I missed you guys.
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Hiya SR37


hf
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Hi Isis! And Doominatrix! And definitely Krispy!
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Hi tutu...Isis...and others...ltnc...

Cz

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Indeed! Good to see ya..., and others...

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Tutes
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*curtsy* Thank you so much!
FWIW, I would choose Alexandrite over diamonds any day. There are sociopolitical reasons for this, indeed; however, being the rock lover that I am, my taste runs to the rare and unusual....which this diamond planet, of course is, but who's got the tractor beam to retrieve it? Kim Kardashian?
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Alexandrite! Synchronite!! Amirite?

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Alexandrite! Synchronite!! Amirite?

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yep, yep, yep, - plus moldavite, a bit of ruby, but most of all, gel sugilite - yum!
can't beat the red-green-purple progression with a stick!
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Hey guys. I know its wrong to have a knee jerk recation to something you've just watched, but in this case, I think its warranted, given it relation to what we have been discussing here over the last year.

It's 2011, and this doco was first aired in 2010, and obviously made during 2009 and 2010.

It's called GASLAND.

Any Americans who have not seen it yet, I suggest you do. It will turn up on TY somewhere, or on a torrent or you can buy it, which is probably the better option. (blush)

Is about all our old friends, such as haliburton, big oil, US EPA, various energy corporates, and Mr Average(US).

The film centres around hydraulic fracturing, or fracking as we have come to call it, and the natural gas boom in the US.

This was covered a lot on bezerk, but seeing the results in respect to your average person drives it home.

The fracking is quite simply killing the ground water, rivers and air. Yes air. And thus people and animals.

The amazing thing is that on Cheney's watch as CEO of haliburton, legislation was conceived and put in to law, that basically makes big oil, big natural gas, and big energy exempt from the clean drinking water act. Like your patriot act, it was put through in the dead of night, by a select few.

As a result of this, the EPA does not, will not, and need not investigate anything to do with fracking, the chemical poisoning, spills or emmissions. Nothing is happening. It is outside their mandate.

The answer to the bird die offs is simple. NG emissions.

The answer to the fish deaths is simple, NG emissions and run off, and ground water contamination from fracking.

The answer to people getting sick is simple, water, soil, air and livestock contamination.

I had no idea of the scale of this issue. It's US wide.

It's not just oil in the Gulf, but natural gas, which potentially is going to be a larger industry than oil in the US, with wells popping up in your own back yard, completely unregulated.

I couldnt believe what I was seeing in terms of people's water catching on fire, homes being shrouded in murky clouds of natural gas and other hideous gasses, and ground water so contaminated it barely passes as water in description.

The fella that made the film comes from hippy stock, and is a good, sensitive and caring man from what I could see. He gets that this planet is one planet and interconnected.

Poison an area here, and eventually it becomes poisoned over there. Just a matter of time.

So, obvious relevance to this thread, but....

The notion that right now, as a result of interstellar rays, and organism has been awakened to terraform a small pocket of Earth for aliens to habitate just doesnt cut it for me anymore.

The aliens are already here, and in power, and are terraforming the planet already with this crap we call oil, and natural gas, and chemicals, and we are sitting here voting them in, and making it law.

The event in the Gulf might be viewed as a fight back of sorts to combat this then? It is certainly a reaction to something, and I think most would agree with that. (poll suggested it anyway)

If that last premise is correct, then who or what is doing the fighting back? I've never hidden the fact I am pro-Gaia, but she must have allies.

So, with the view that this site, and this thread was conceived as a means of relaying certain information, and also a means to guage feedback to certain concepts which can be used to create spin, or policy, or both, then where do we go from here?

Its been limbo now for over six months.

Acolyte has posted, openly stating that "if you fuck with him, you fuck with rand". Does that mean they are back on side?

Does that imply someone is attacking his new project? I dont know.

All I do know is that documentary, GasLand, flicked some switches, and got me riled up about the GoM and surrounding states again.

No-one can perpertually stay on alert status, and in 'gotta do something about it' mode. It just becomes too hard to manage in our current society, and daily grind. But maybe viewing it from a perspective of 'its already in play', and our little slice of it is not the beginning, but a reaction, might make a few more things make sense.
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Thanks BHD.

I'll look into to ordering the film. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. I'll suggest it to others as well, because the big companies have recently put their hooks into Ohio and folks need to understand what results from this type of mining resources.

Hope your feeling better.

hf
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Thanks BHD.

I'll look into to ordering the film. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. I'll suggest it to others as well, because the big companies have recently put their hooks into Ohio and folks need to understand what results from this type of mining resources.

Hope your feeling better.

hf
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I have no idea if they engage in this in colorado, (I live north suburban area, but I get the damdest tasting water here, very chemical at times, not chlorine etc and sometime I swear it smells llike it has petroleum of some sort in the stuff.
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Here's a map.


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Remembering tha these are land based gas pockets. They also extend down in to the GoM and up towards Alaska.

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Good catch there Big Hair. R's native state of Nevada has several issues. They have completely destroyed the acquifer there with rocket fuel seeping into the ground. I was going to buy 40 acres and put a horse ranch on it. Less stress than what I'm doing now. Then I noticed water well drilling all over. Asked a few questions and it turns out the rocket fuel floats on top of the water so they have to drill well deeper to get below that crap. Between the water and the nuclear testing some 50 years ago, the state is becoming uninhabitable. On a dark night you can see some of the distant hills actually glow in the dark.
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You remember that story about a leaf turning up in far north Queensland from an underground steam? The leaf was from a very rare plant found ONLY in Papua NewGuinea.

Not only is the oil connected, so is the water.
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Thanks BHD.

I'll look into to ordering the film. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. I'll suggest it to others as well, because the big companies have recently put their hooks into Ohio and folks need to understand what results from this type of mining resources.

Hope your feeling better.

hf
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I have no idea if they engage in this in colorado, (I live north suburban area, but I get the damdest tasting water here, very chemical at times, not chlorine etc and sometime I swear it smells llike it has petroleum of some sort in the stuff.
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Hi NiP. Sounds like alne from the movie. The natural gas and the chemicals used to frack the areas are seeping in to ground water aquafers.

Next time it smells/tastes funny. Pour a big amount in to a jar with a lid. Shake it up good. Have a lighter handy. Lift the lid, and see if it lights up.
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You remember that story about a leaf turning up in far north Queensland from an underground steam? The leaf was from a very rare plant found ONLY in Papua NewGuinea.

Not only is the oil connected, so is the water.
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Hey Snookums, don't go getting your bloomers in a big ole wad, ferchrissake.
We ('Merkinz) whupped up a protest and stopped the fracking in Arkansas that was the cause of those EQs there. We got up on our hind legs and squawked real loud at Exxon, and now their ad boy isn't smirking, flashing his dimples about their crimes - he's now somber about their sincerity - not that that means anything real, but, hey - I no longer want to smash my screen just to rearrange his face. 90% of all natural gas mining in the US is done by the frack. This is going on in Colorado and all over the place, but, thankfully, 'Merkinz are on to it, and are raging on the oil/gas peeps. This is just another of many crimes against humanity and Gaia that we all have to protest in the most vehement way. It's a constant battle. Suit up your armor and grab your weapons - we are in for the long haul and we ALL have to pay really close attention.
tutu out.rant
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[link to thejackalman.blogspot.com]
Shit it's here too. Was reading in the local paper about fracking. Then swa this latest topic on this thread then googled the above.
EQs in the South Island caused by fracking?
Immediately after the June EQ I was taking water from a backyard tap.
I could NOT drink it as it reeked of gas and tasted utterly foul.Undrinkable.
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It's everywhere!

Two men have been arrested for erecting a banner on Blackpool Tower protesting against a controversial method of extracting gas that - up until recently - was being tested in the area.

Energy company Cuadrilla suspended its fracking test operations in June over fears of a link to two minor earthquakes in the area. But what are the other concerns over the practice and what exactly does it involve?

More here

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Now, isn't this interesting! Didn't Tony "I-wanna-get-my-life-back" Whatzizface (BP CEO) get transferred to Russia after his epic fail in the GoM? Doesn't seem that worked out for him either. Drove Russia right into the arms of EXXON. At any rate, the reported fact that Russians are gonna be "learning" deep water drilling in the GoM set off my bullshit detector.

[link to www.bloomberg.com]

Exxon Forms Rosneft Alliance for Arctic Reserves, Gulf of Mexico

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Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) formed an alliance with OAO Rosneft, Russia’s largest oil producer, to drill from the Texas plains and Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean.
Exxon and Rosneft plan to spend an initial $3.2 billion exploring Russia’s Arctic offshore and the Black Sea, the companies said today in a statement. In turn, Rosneft may become the first major Russian oil producer to develop U.S. deposits, gaining experience in deep-water and shale oil.
Exxon replaces BP Plc (BP/) as Rosneft’s partner at three blocks in the arctic Kara Sea after the U.K. explorer’s billionaire partners in the TNK-BP venture blocked that agreement this year. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, who presided over the Exxon deal today in Sochi on Russia’s Black Sea coast, said it may generate as much as $500 billion of investments.
“Access to new resources is the life blood of oil companies,” said Fadel Gheit, an analyst at Oppenheimer & Co. in New York. “Russia is one of the largest resources that’s still available. It’s like Exxon is now dating the girlfriend BP had a few months ago.”

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