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

 
Isis7

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It is not Space rubble.

it is not Space rubble.

Wood said worst winter yet 2011

1t is not space rubble.

Jellyfish Pocket Level.

fish, its whats for dinner.
 Quoting: 6 String Woodie 4403440


I think you might be right Woody. I remember in 1976, the blizzard we experienced. With subzero temperatures and wind chill factors that made traveling impossible. Dangerous times for drivers, especially rural ones.

Here is an article from this week, with so many asteroids about, it's hard to say just which they were talking about in the video. The video also has information on the X Flare we just had and shows how much plasma/whatever the CME blew out into space.

Are you still messing with eating fish? No offense, but no fish products have passed my lips since the start of this thread. How are you doing friend, I so hope you are feeling better.

hf


lol, edit to add link!


[link to abcnews.go.com]

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ah i miss this thread
ever since the gulf "incident" this world has gotten so much worse.

its nice to see the old post though, that cool.
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Popcorn


devilpopcorn


it's what's for breakfast

getting curiouser & curiouser

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:bighug:

... for the one who (anonimusly) longated my membership here on GLP ...
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Well, ~ <KRISPY>I wonder who that was?

If it was me, then a :bighug: back to you!

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It is not Space rubble.

it is not Space rubble.

Wood said worst winter yet 2011
1t is not space rubble.

Jellyfish Pocket Level.

fish, its whats for dinner.
 Quoting: 6 String Woodie 4403440


ISSW 2011 1 JPL

[link to isswsites.com] [International Snow Science Workshop (ISSW)] "Wood said worst winter yet".
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It is not Space rubble.

it is not Space rubble.

Wood said worst winter yet 2011
1t is not space rubble.

Jellyfish Pocket Level.

fish, its whats for dinner.
 Quoting: 6 String Woodie 4403440


ISSW 2011 1 JPL

[link to isswsites.com] [International Snow Science Workshop (ISSW)] "Wood said worst winter yet".
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1501341


wowww ... tnx !!
I totally overlooked the code !!
Fantastic !

thumbsup
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Thread: OCCUPY is SET IN MOTION (by tptb)
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Yep, absolutely right.
TPTB have been waiting for a reaction from humanity, or perhaps pre-empting one, so they can steer us to their solution of global control.
The Anonymous agenda is another operation along the same lines. Always felt that was creepy from the start.
TPTB are trickier than a cart load of monkeys...we sure need to be on our guard, and especially so where any further centralised control is offered as the answer to all ills.
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Thank you COSMOS,
I am glad you have the same thoughts !!!

I also wondered about the Anonymousity (spelling ?) ...


Maybe this (the OCCUPY-thing) also is to be lead back to the 9 events that OP/ACO told us about ... who knows ...
time will tell ;)
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SOMETHING THAT WAS RELEASED AND USED (TESTED) IN THE GOM,
IS ABOUT TO GO VIRAL/GLOBAL :

SYNTHIA was the first,
she was followed by cousins,
and now the family expands drastic.

The FRANKEN-CELLS of Craig VENTER:




An 'Operating System' That Runs on Cells Could Create Whole New Life Forms
[link to www.popsci.com]

the team is trying to create a “reprogrammable cell” that can act as the in vivo cell equivalent to a computer’s operating system. In other words, they are trying to create cellular software that would let researchers alter living cells without changing their hardware.

...

Scientists could easily and quickly program cells to perform all kinds of tasks as well as create wholly new forms of life not found in nature customized for various uses. That’s another way of saying the “operating system” would allow for rapid prototyping of life forms, saving the time and energy currently consumed by returning to the drawing board each time researchers need a cell with a new function.

...

Customized living cells could be tailored to clean up environmental disasters, scrub unwanted carbon from the air, pull pollutants from drinking water, attack pathogens inside the human body, protect food sources from agricultural pests--the list is potentially endless. An operating system for cells would be a vital enabling technology.




OR... could be attacking the internal body of humans ...

I SAY : BRRRRRRRR... scary ... and BEZERK.
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Wierd grids and structures in China ... [link to www.viewzone.com]


Very interresting ! scratching
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For those who remember our ALGAE-investigations and research in the GOM ....
THIS fits like a perfect puzzle !



LANL develops first genetically engineered 'magnetic' algae
[link to www.physorg.com]

LANL scientists have genetically engineered "magnetic" algae to investigate alternative, more efficient harvesting and lipid extraction methods for biofuels. The researchers seek to reduce the cost of algae-based biofuel production. Currently, used algae-harvesting and lipid-extraction technology accounts for almost 30 percent of the total cost of algae-based biofuel production.

By inducing paramagnetic properties in algae, a permanent magnet-based separation could provide a low-cost alternative to current technologies. The project, led by Pulak Nath of the Lab's Applied Modern Physics group and Scott Twary of LANL's Biosecurity and Public Health group took a gene that is known to form magnetic nanoparticles in magnetotactic bacteria and expressed it in green algae.

Magnetotactic bacteria are anaerobic microorganisms that follow the earth’s magnetic field to avoid exposure to oxygen.

A permanent magnet can be used to separate the transformed algae from a solution. The scientists think that the magnetic nanoparticles formed within the algae cause the cells to respond to magnetic fields. These biogenic magnetic nanoparticles could also be harvested separately and used as a valuable coproduct for biomedical imaging and cancer treatments.

Other LANL team members include student Maria Avrutsky and postdoctoral researcher Chaitanya Chandrana
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Wierd grids and structures in China ... [link to www.viewzone.com]


Very interresting ! scratching
 Quoting: Krispy71


Yeah, I saw this the other day, and started poking around on Google Earth. If you scroll over the little boxes that will give information, this is all located inside the Yumen Fortress. I am going to put down some more Lat. & Long. coordinates that you can look at inside the fortress. Really interesting what you can find & see.

40 30'37.36"N
93 14'10.72"E
This will put you at an odd entrance into the fortress.
And when you put your mouse over one of the information blocks it say; China Xinjiang Urumqi-Welcome to tour the-and then the rest is in Russian! Interesting.

40 19'22.95"N
93 15'28.42"E

40 25'31.12"N
93 15'00.22"E
These 2 coordinates will show you what I believe are underground ICBM missile launch sites. (If you follow the wide trench line from the furthest one out, i will lead you back to the entrance to the fortress, and what seems to be some kind of power station).

40 27'31.07"N
93 18'47.45"E
If you zoom in, you will see a circle with 3 (current, if you change the date, there were 4) what looks to be Russian made bombers. (I do not really know planes, so if I am wrong, someone please correct me.

If you zoom in on these coordinates, it is really interesting what you will find. Looking around inside this fortress and around the blueish looking runways, you will see where they have been test bombing around them. Even some of the small buildings seem to have had some type of explosion.

I would love to post pictures of these, but really do not know how to transfer the images from Google Earth. Hope someone can help me out in this.

You gotta love Google Earth!spock
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Happy 11 11 11 from 1221 :)

Blessings for all on this most energy filled day!

Clarity, it's what's for dinner ;)
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Hallo 1221. Long time no sea
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THREAD: Your Attention Please...Prepare For Quarantine...the Occupy Movement can be used as a vector for NDM-1...


Prepare for Quarantine

Tuberculosis
The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where protesters have been occupying have contracted the drug-resistant disease.

The Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless has indicated that two cases have been made public knowledge to the group, the first coming from someone who contracted the disease in September. The identities of the people who have contracted the disease, however, have not been disclosed by the health department to this point.

The news of the tuberculosis contractions could force Occupy Atlanta to move once again.
...They are spreading TB; Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to atlanta.cbslocal.com]


Zuccotti Lung
That's what demonstrators have dubbed the sickness that seems to be spreading among them at an unpleasantly high rate these days: "It's a real thing," Willie Carey, 28, told the New York Times.

With little sleep in cold conditions, cigarettes and drinks being passed from mouth to mouth, and few opportunities to wash hands, Zuccotti Park may now just be the best place to catch respiratory viruses, norovirus (also known as the winter vomiting virus) and tuberculosis, according to one doctor.

Fancy name for...Pneumonic plague - can be caused in two ways: primary, which results from the inhalation of aerosolised plague bacteria, or secondary, when septicemic plague spreads into lung tissue from the bloodstream. Pneumonic plague is not exclusively vector-borne like bubonic plague; instead it can be spread from person to person. There have been cases of pneumonic plague resulting from the dissection or handling of contaminated animal tissue. This is one type of the formerly known Black Death.[1] It could kill 90%–95% of a population if the victims coughed and passed on the bacteria.

Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to www.nbcnewyork.com]





This bug will be biblical...big 1

So, is this how TPTB will reduce humanity to under 500,000,000? This topic has been vetted many, but not with this grave scenario.

A super enhancement of any of our common bugs will be disastrous. Imagine coughing and crapping until you die because there's no treatment, or even worse; your entire family is ill with no available treatment...

The National EAS test is poised to carry this short message...

[link to www.bt.cdc.gov]

-This is an urgent health message from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
-Public health officials believe that the bacteria that cause pneumonic plague may have been deliberately released into the air in the xxx area.
-Pneumonic plague is a life-threatening, serious infection of the lungs caused by inhaling the bacteria.
-At this time, we have not confirmed the deliberate release of plague and do not know the extent or source of the outbreak.
-Local, state, and federal officials, including HHS, FBI, and Homeland Security, are working together. Updated announcements will be made as soon as officials know more.
-Plague can be spread from person to person. Avoid close contact with people who have plague symptoms.
-Ill persons should seek care immediately.
-Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches and chills, chest pain, and cough. Some people may cough up blood and have stomach pains. Most people develop symptoms within 1 to 4 days after exposure.
-Because flu and plague symptoms may be similar early in the illness, anyone with symptoms of the flu or pneumonic plague should seek medical care right away.
-Although a type of plague called bubonic plague does occasionally occur naturally in some parts of the country, pneumonic plague is even less frequent , which is the cause for concern.
-We have challenges ahead, and we are working to find out more about this outbreak. By staying informed and following instructions from health officials, you can protect yourself, your family, and the community against this public health threat.
-Go to [insert local media information here] to hear the latest information from local officials.
-For more information about the plague, visit the HHS Web site at http:www.hhs.gov, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) plague page at [link to www.bt.cdc.gov] or call the CDC Hotline at 1-800-CDC-INFO for the latest information.

(NDM-1) HERE IT IS...

NDM-1 is a gene that helps bacteria resist nearly all antibiotics is present in bacteria.

The investigators are especially concerned because the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM) 1 gene has been detected in bacteria that cause cholera and dysentery.

NDM-1 now appears to be widespread in the environment and that points to the critical need for action to limit the global spread of NDM-1-producing bacteria, said Timothy Walsh, of Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, and colleagues.
[link to health.usnews.com]

The DNA code can easily jump from one bacteria strain to another through horizontal gene transfer. IF NDM-1 jumps to an already antibiotic-resistant bacterium, there is a risk of seriously dangerous infections which would spread rapidly from human-to-human. These infections might be untreatable.
[link to www.gdipc.org]

This gene can supercharge the following common bacterial diseases:

The below bacterias are associated with many common illnesses and conditions.

Respiratory Infections Upper respiratory tract infections. Upper respiratory tract infections are a leading cause of time lost from work and school (Madoff LC et al 2004). Bacteria account for up to 25 percent of upper respiratory tract infections. Group A streptococci are responsible for 95 percent of the cases of strep throat in the United States (Goldmann O et al 2003; O'Brien KL et al 2002). Strep throat is most common in children and adolescents (aged 3 years to 18 years). Other pathogens include Haemophilus influenzae (Echave P et al 2003; Robinson KA et al 2001).

Otitis media. Middle ear infections are the most common bacterial infections in children in the United States. By the age of 3 years, two-thirds of American children have had at least one episode of otitis media, and the other third has had three or more episodes. S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause (Leibovitz E et al 2004).

Lower respiratory tract infections. Common lower respiratory tract infections include acute, chronic, and health care–associated pneumonia and bronchitis (Garcia Ordonez MA et al 1999; Hedlund J 1995). S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause of community-acquired lung infections and pneumonia. Lower respiratory tract infections can occur in both healthy and immunocompromised individuals.

Tuberculosis (TB). An estimated 15 million people in the United States are infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Dai G et al 1998; Skamene E 1991). Of these, however, far fewer will actually develop clinically evident disease. Whether TB infection will progress to disease depends on a person's nutritional status. TB occurs disproportionately in poorer populations. Infection is more likely to occur in people aged 15 to 25 years, those older than age 60 years, people with HIV, or people who have been incarcerated for longer than 6 months ( Fleischmann RD et al 2002). In prisons in particular, overcrowding and the frequent movement of prisoners between cells is a factor in the spread of infection (Lobacheva T et al. 2005). It is important to note that the antibiotics used as first-line treatments in TB, such as Isoniazid, are known to cause deficiencies in vitamin B6 (NIH 2005).

Gastrointestinal Infection Infectious diarrhea is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide (Marignani M et al 2004; Reinert P 1993). In the United States, 100 million people are affected by acute diarrhea every year. Most diarrhea is viral (not bacterial) in origin, but bacteria remain an important cause. Nearly half of patients with acute diarrhea must restrict activities, 10 percent consult physicians, 250,000 require hospitalization, and approximately 3000 die. Common bacterial pathogens that cause diarrhea include Campylobacter species, salmonella, shigella, and E. coli O157:H7.

Campylobacter Jejuni. C. jejuni is the most common cause of bacterial diarrhea in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 1 million Americans are affected yearly. Previously, most cases of bacterial diarrhea were caused by salmonella, but the increased use of antibiotics in poultry- and cattle-feed has been linked to the increasing incidence of drug-resistant C. jejuni (Butzler JP 2004; Moore JE et al 2005; Takkinen J et al 2003). Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially chicken) and water, or contact with infected animals (especially cats and puppies) (Kasper DL et al 2004).

Salmonella. Salmonellosis is the second most frequent cause of bacterial disease in the United States. In 2002, more than 44,000 cases were reported to the CDC. Mild infections often are undiagnosed or unreported, so incidence may be 30 or more times greater than reported (Gold HS et al 2000). Infections with Salmonella species include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps (Murray et al 1998). The elderly, infants, and people with impaired immune systems are at greater risk of severe disease. Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially eggs) or water, or contact with infected animals (reptiles) (Conte JE Jr 2002; Howard BJ et al 1994).

Shigella. Shigella species infection causes a watery or bloody diarrhea with abdominal pain, fever, and malaise. An estimated 448,240 cases occur in the United States yearly. Groups at highest risk in the United States are children in child care centers, individuals in custodial institutions, and international travelers (Gold HS et al 2000; Madoff LC et al 2004).

Escherichia coli O157:H7. E. coli O157:H7 is associated with a severe diarrheal disease called hemolytic uremic syndrome. It has caused several nationally prominent outbreaks of food poisoning. An estimated 73,000 cases are reported in the United States annually (Conte JE Jr 2002). Transmission is through contaminated hamburger meat, apple cider, and fruits and vegetables (Madoff LC et al 2004).
Helicobacter pylori. H. pylori is the most common chronic infection in humans (Basso D et al 2004; Go MF 2002). Acute infection causes abdominal pain, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. H. pylori is the major cause of gastritis and peptic ulcers in adults and children (Zambon CF et al 2002). H. pylori impairs absorption of nutrients, altering the balance of iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin C, and beta-carotene.

Skin Infection Skin infections include impetigo, boils, carbuncles, cellulitis, and complications from burns (Gelfand JA 1984; Gold HS et al 2000). Common pathogens include Staphylococcus aureus, group A streptococci, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Baggett HC et al 2004; Toshkova K et al 2001; Wysocki AB 2002). Impetigo, a skin infection caused mostly by group A streptococci, can cause severe kidney inflammation, sometimes resulting in kidney failure.

Urinary tract infections are the most common, followed by pneumonias, skin and soft tissue infections, and invasive bloodstream infections. Surgical wound infections account for 20 percent to 30 percent of cases, but contribute to as many as 57 percent of extra hospital days and 42 percent of extra costs. Staphylococcus epidermidis, S. aureus, Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus faecalis, E. coli, Enterobacter species, and P. aeruginosa are common pathogens in wound infections (Goldmann DA et al 1996; Weinstein RA 1991).

CRKP and MRSA Klebsiella is a common type of gram-negative bacteria that are found in our intestines (where the bugs don’t cause disease). The CRKP strain is resistant to almost all antibiotics, including carbapenems, the so-called “antibiotics of last resort.” MRSA (methacillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) is a type of bacteria that live on the skin and can burrow deep into the body if someone has cuts or wounds, including those from surgery.
[link to www.lef.org]


........damned

Operation Sea-Spray demonstrated how to vector such bugs to the population

Thread: Operation Sea-Spray is back...9 dead in Alabama hospitals after receiving IV contaminated with Serratia Marcescens bacteria

Serratia Marcescens strains are resistant to several antibiotics.

(On September 26 and 27, 1950, the United States Navy conducted a secret experiment named "Operation Sea-Spray" in which some S. marcescens was released by bursting balloons of it over urban areas of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. Although the Navy later claimed the bacteria were harmless, beginning on September 29 eleven patients at a local hospital developed very rare, serious urinary tract infections and one of these individuals, Edward J. Nevin, died. Cases of pneumonia in San Francisco also increased after S. marcescens was released.)

All part of the plan...get ready for the plague
 Quoting: CrazyBud




I was thinking that this NDM-1 could be related to SYNTHIA and the illnesses that appeared after the DWH-oil spill in the GOM --> respiratoty problems and skin problems, blood/bleeding (internal) problems, diareah, ....
We know that SYNTHIA was ANTI-BIOTIC RESISTANT

See this article for more info and details about the Gulf-Blue-Plague : [link to worldvisionportal.org]

Here more links to news articles about NDM-1 :
[link to articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com]



I already posted a thread myself about OCCUPY being a MEANS and a WAY for TPTB :
Thread: OCCUPY is SET IN MOTION (by tptb)



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Thank you COSMOS,
I am glad you have the same thoughts !!!

I also wondered about the Anonymousity (spelling ?) ...


Maybe this (the OCCUPY-thing) also is to be lead back to the 9 events that OP/ACO told us about ... who knows ...
time will tell ;)
 Quoting: Krispy71


The (9) returning Mayan Gods. Each has a role, each has a punishment or path for Humanity. They are playing out their songs as we speak.
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Good catch MZK
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This is an excellent catch, I too will investigate further, warrants some attention indeed.

Wierd grids and structures in China ... [link to www.viewzone.com]


Very interresting ! scratching
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Prepare for Quarantine

Tuberculosis
The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where protesters have been occupying have contracted the drug-resistant disease.

The Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless has indicated that two cases have been made public knowledge to the group, the first coming from someone who contracted the disease in September. The identities of the people who have contracted the disease, however, have not been disclosed by the health department to this point.

The news of the tuberculosis contractions could force Occupy Atlanta to move once again.
...They are spreading TB; Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to atlanta.cbslocal.com]


Zuccotti Lung
That's what demonstrators have dubbed the sickness that seems to be spreading among them at an unpleasantly high rate these days: "It's a real thing," Willie Carey, 28, told the New York Times.

With little sleep in cold conditions, cigarettes and drinks being passed from mouth to mouth, and few opportunities to wash hands, Zuccotti Park may now just be the best place to catch respiratory viruses, norovirus (also known as the winter vomiting virus) and tuberculosis, according to one doctor.

Fancy name for...Pneumonic plague - can be caused in two ways: primary, which results from the inhalation of aerosolised plague bacteria, or secondary, when septicemic plague spreads into lung tissue from the bloodstream. Pneumonic plague is not exclusively vector-borne like bubonic plague; instead it can be spread from person to person. There have been cases of pneumonic plague resulting from the dissection or handling of contaminated animal tissue. This is one type of the formerly known Black Death.[1] It could kill 90%–95% of a population if the victims coughed and passed on the bacteria.

Prepare for Quarantine and DHS action

[link to www.nbcnewyork.com]





This bug will be biblical...big 1


---snip---


The National EAS test is poised to carry this short message...

[link to www.bt.cdc.gov]

-This is an urgent health message from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
-Public health officials believe that the bacteria that cause pneumonic plague may have been deliberately released into the air in the xxx area.
-Pneumonic plague is a life-threatening, serious infection of the lungs caused by inhaling the bacteria.
-At this time, we have not confirmed the deliberate release of plague and do not know the extent or source of the outbreak.
-Local, state, and federal officials, including HHS, FBI, and Homeland Security, are working together. Updated announcements will be made as soon as officials know more.
-Plague can be spread from person to person. Avoid close contact with people who have plague symptoms.
-Ill persons should seek care immediately.
-Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches and chills, chest pain, and cough. Some people may cough up blood and have stomach pains. Most people develop symptoms within 1 to 4 days after exposure.
-Because flu and plague symptoms may be similar early in the illness, anyone with symptoms of the flu or pneumonic plague should seek medical care right away.
-Although a type of plague called bubonic plague does occasionally occur naturally in some parts of the country, pneumonic plague is even less frequent , which is the cause for concern.
-We have challenges ahead, and we are working to find out more about this outbreak. By staying informed and following instructions from health officials, you can protect yourself, your family, and the community against this public health threat.
-Go to [insert local media information here] to hear the latest information from local officials.
-For more information about the plague, visit the HHS Web site at http:www.hhs.gov, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) plague page at [link to www.bt.cdc.gov] or call the CDC Hotline at 1-800-CDC-INFO for the latest information.

(NDM-1) HERE IT IS...

NDM-1 is a gene that helps bacteria resist nearly all antibiotics is present in bacteria.

The investigators are especially concerned because the New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase (NDM) 1 gene has been detected in bacteria that cause cholera and dysentery.

NDM-1 now appears to be widespread in the environment and that points to the critical need for action to limit the global spread of NDM-1-producing bacteria, said Timothy Walsh, of Cardiff University in the United Kingdom, and colleagues.
[link to health.usnews.com]

The DNA code can easily jump from one bacteria strain to another through horizontal gene transfer. IF NDM-1 jumps to an already antibiotic-resistant bacterium, there is a risk of seriously dangerous infections which would spread rapidly from human-to-human. These infections might be untreatable.
[link to www.gdipc.org]

This gene can supercharge the following common bacterial diseases:

The below bacterias are associated with many common illnesses and conditions.

Respiratory Infections Upper respiratory tract infections. Upper respiratory tract infections are a leading cause of time lost from work and school (Madoff LC et al 2004). Bacteria account for up to 25 percent of upper respiratory tract infections. Group A streptococci are responsible for 95 percent of the cases of strep throat in the United States (Goldmann O et al 2003; O'Brien KL et al 2002). Strep throat is most common in children and adolescents (aged 3 years to 18 years). Other pathogens include Haemophilus influenzae (Echave P et al 2003; Robinson KA et al 2001).

Otitis media. Middle ear infections are the most common bacterial infections in children in the United States. By the age of 3 years, two-thirds of American children have had at least one episode of otitis media, and the other third has had three or more episodes. S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause (Leibovitz E et al 2004).

Lower respiratory tract infections. Common lower respiratory tract infections include acute, chronic, and health care–associated pneumonia and bronchitis (Garcia Ordonez MA et al 1999; Hedlund J 1995). S. pneumoniae is the most frequent cause of community-acquired lung infections and pneumonia. Lower respiratory tract infections can occur in both healthy and immunocompromised individuals.

Tuberculosis (TB). An estimated 15 million people in the United States are infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Dai G et al 1998; Skamene E 1991). Of these, however, far fewer will actually develop clinically evident disease. Whether TB infection will progress to disease depends on a person's nutritional status. TB occurs disproportionately in poorer populations. Infection is more likely to occur in people aged 15 to 25 years, those older than age 60 years, people with HIV, or people who have been incarcerated for longer than 6 months ( Fleischmann RD et al 2002). In prisons in particular, overcrowding and the frequent movement of prisoners between cells is a factor in the spread of infection (Lobacheva T et al. 2005). It is important to note that the antibiotics used as first-line treatments in TB, such as Isoniazid, are known to cause deficiencies in vitamin B6 (NIH 2005).

Gastrointestinal Infection Infectious diarrhea is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide (Marignani M et al 2004; Reinert P 1993). In the United States, 100 million people are affected by acute diarrhea every year. Most diarrhea is viral (not bacterial) in origin, but bacteria remain an important cause. Nearly half of patients with acute diarrhea must restrict activities, 10 percent consult physicians, 250,000 require hospitalization, and approximately 3000 die. Common bacterial pathogens that cause diarrhea include Campylobacter species, salmonella, shigella, and E. coli O157:H7.

Campylobacter Jejuni. C. jejuni is the most common cause of bacterial diarrhea in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that more than 1 million Americans are affected yearly. Previously, most cases of bacterial diarrhea were caused by salmonella, but the increased use of antibiotics in poultry- and cattle-feed has been linked to the increasing incidence of drug-resistant C. jejuni (Butzler JP 2004; Moore JE et al 2005; Takkinen J et al 2003). Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially chicken) and water, or contact with infected animals (especially cats and puppies) (Kasper DL et al 2004).

Salmonella. Salmonellosis is the second most frequent cause of bacterial disease in the United States. In 2002, more than 44,000 cases were reported to the CDC. Mild infections often are undiagnosed or unreported, so incidence may be 30 or more times greater than reported (Gold HS et al 2000). Infections with Salmonella species include diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps (Murray et al 1998). The elderly, infants, and people with impaired immune systems are at greater risk of severe disease. Transmission is via exposure to contaminated food (especially eggs) or water, or contact with infected animals (reptiles) (Conte JE Jr 2002; Howard BJ et al 1994).

Shigella. Shigella species infection causes a watery or bloody diarrhea with abdominal pain, fever, and malaise. An estimated 448,240 cases occur in the United States yearly. Groups at highest risk in the United States are children in child care centers, individuals in custodial institutions, and international travelers (Gold HS et al 2000; Madoff LC et al 2004).

Escherichia coli O157:H7. E. coli O157:H7 is associated with a severe diarrheal disease called hemolytic uremic syndrome. It has caused several nationally prominent outbreaks of food poisoning. An estimated 73,000 cases are reported in the United States annually (Conte JE Jr 2002). Transmission is through contaminated hamburger meat, apple cider, and fruits and vegetables (Madoff LC et al 2004).
Helicobacter pylori. H. pylori is the most common chronic infection in humans (Basso D et al 2004; Go MF 2002). Acute infection causes abdominal pain, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. H. pylori is the major cause of gastritis and peptic ulcers in adults and children (Zambon CF et al 2002). H. pylori impairs absorption of nutrients, altering the balance of iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin C, and beta-carotene.

Skin Infection Skin infections include impetigo, boils, carbuncles, cellulitis, and complications from burns (Gelfand JA 1984; Gold HS et al 2000). Common pathogens include Staphylococcus aureus, group A streptococci, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Baggett HC et al 2004; Toshkova K et al 2001; Wysocki AB 2002). Impetigo, a skin infection caused mostly by group A streptococci, can cause severe kidney inflammation, sometimes resulting in kidney failure.

Urinary tract infections are the most common, followed by pneumonias, skin and soft tissue infections, and invasive bloodstream infections. Surgical wound infections account for 20 percent to 30 percent of cases, but contribute to as many as 57 percent of extra hospital days and 42 percent of extra costs. Staphylococcus epidermidis, S. aureus, Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus faecalis, E. coli, Enterobacter species, and P. aeruginosa are common pathogens in wound infections (Goldmann DA et al 1996; Weinstein RA 1991).

CRKP and MRSA Klebsiella is a common type of gram-negative bacteria that are found in our intestines (where the bugs don’t cause disease). The CRKP strain is resistant to almost all antibiotics, including carbapenems, the so-called “antibiotics of last resort.” MRSA (methacillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) is a type of bacteria that live on the skin and can burrow deep into the body if someone has cuts or wounds, including those from surgery.
[link to www.lef.org]


........damned

Operation Sea-Spray demonstrated how to vector such bugs to the population

---snip---


All part of the plan...get ready for the plague
 Quoting: CrazyBud




I was thinking that this NDM-1 could be related to SYNTHIA and the illnesses that appeared after the DWH-oil spill in the GOM --> respiratoty problems and skin problems, blood/bleeding (internal) problems, diareah, ....
We know that SYNTHIA was ANTI-BIOTIC RESISTANT

See this article for more info and details about the Gulf-Blue-Plague : [link to worldvisionportal.org]

Here more links to news articles about NDM-1 :
[link to articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com]



I already posted a thread myself about OCCUPY being a MEANS and a WAY for TPTB :
Thread: OCCUPY is SET IN MOTION (by tptb)




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Meg L. Skandi, C. Chariot, Monica Ann, Normand Pacific, Sarah Bordelon, Deep Blue, HOS Iron Horse, Brooks McCall, and Holiday.

Normand Pacific is equipped for diving and ROV operations.
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- same off Brazil's coast. Apparently "just a natural split in the sea floor".
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ITS CONFIRMED NOW !
Yeah !
We talked about this a few pages back.



Thread: HOLY SHIZNIT!!! Faster-than-light neutrinos confirmed

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This may mean a whole lot of physics has to be rewritten.
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Meg L. Skandi, C. Chariot, Monica Ann, Normand Pacific, Sarah Bordelon, Deep Blue, HOS Iron Horse, Brooks McCall, and Holiday.

Normand Pacific is equipped for diving and ROV operations.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1501341


THANK YOU AC !!!!



Macondo Mystery Deepens: Nine Large Vessels Spotted Working in Vicinity of Deepwater Horizon Site
November 15, 2011
[link to planetoceannews.com]

snips:

We saw lots of “work” vessels out in the Macondo today! And new orange buoys we hadn’t seen before. Our southeast-bound route took us past the platform “VK989&#8243; at about N28°58&#8242; W088°37&#8242;, and the first two orange buoys we saw were a little over 50 miles off shore to the east-southeast. Thence came a progression of oil-related (BP-contracted, we think) work vessels, some ROV-capable and more. These included the Meg L. Skandi, C. Chariot, Monica Ann, Normand Pacific, Sarah Bordelon, Deep Blue, HOS Iron Horse, Brooks McCall, and Holiday.

That’s a lot of vessels in a tight area of the Gulf of Mexico. We’re talking about a big operation – and an expensive one. For example, the Normand Pacific, flying under the flag of the United Kingdom, is equipped for diving and ROV operations (see file photo below). The vessel is well over a football field long.
My guess is the cost per day of operating a fleet of nine vessels like this has to be in the seven-figure range. You have to wonder what kind of alarming subsea scenario would demand that kind of expenditure.


Only when we reached the Holiday was the visibility good enough for us to identify unequivocally a line of oil “globules,” and they were very near the Holiday. That vessel was almost stationary but there was quite a bit of exhaust coming out of a stack on it, as if it were running a pump or something. We saw several other such lines of sheen that did not resemble the usual wind-surface patches or lines, ...
I should note that the line of “oil globules” observed by Schumaker is in the vicinity of a known natural oil seep. But the current level of activity – punctuated by the presence of nine vessels – surrounding the Macondo Prosepect cannot be explained away by a natural seep, particularly one that has been known about for years.


There seems to be a great deal of work going on out there – well, a large number of work vessels out there, but we couldn’t see any work being done from above the water’s surface! Several vessels had cables going down, so they may have been working with ROVs or other equipment sub-surface. We did see the above-mentioned line of oil. Note that all of these vessels are in the same areas that we have documented signifcant quantities of surface oil since August and in particular on our flights dated Aug 30, Sep 10, Sep 11, and Sep 27. We saw no whales or whale sharks or dolphins or other large marine life for this entire flight. There was one other fixed-wing (multi-engine high-wing propeller) airplane that passed us at our altitude (about 800&#8242;) on our return, just north of the Holiday and the line of oil; we could not read its registration numbers.
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- same off Brazil's coast. Apparently "just a natural split in the sea floor".
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THANX AS WELL !!!!


Chevron Oil Spill off Brazil – 10 Times Bigger Than Official Estimate?
November 16, 2011
[link to planetoceannews.com]


snips


We’ve been tracking the oil spill reported off Brazil a few days ago, in the Frade field operated by Chevron in the Campos Basin, Brazil’s most productive area of offshore production

Chevron claimed the oil slick was being caused by a natural oil seep on the seafloor, but they suspended drilling on a well in the field. Brazilian authorities quickly disputed that a natural seep was the cause. And yesterday Chevron admitted the possibility that something went wrong at their drillsite. According to today’s news release from Brazilian authorities, Chevron is trying to kill the well – indicating a loss of well control and blowout. 18 response vessels are on the scene, and Chevron reports the well is leaking about 8,400 – 13,860 gallons (200 -330 barrels) per day.
Based on Brazilian government data ..., we conclude that Chevron’s well was being drilled by the SEDCO 706 semisubmersible drill rig operated by – wait for it – Transocean. Yes, the same company that operated the doomed Deepwater Horizon rig for BP.


!!!! bump2


Assuming the spill began midday on November 8 (24 hours before we first observe it on satellite imagery), we estimate a spill rate of at least 157,000 gallons (3,738 barrels) per day. That’s more than 10 times larger than Chevron’s estimate of 330 barrels per day.



DATE of occurance : 11/8, and (24hrs later) 11/9 bump2
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Brazil’s ANP: Chevron has started plugging offshore oil well
November 17, 2011
[link to brazilportal.wordpress.com]



Other source with images :
[link to subseaworldnews.com]


WHAT IS THE ANTIPODE OF THIS AREA ???? ---> CHINA !!!!


CNOOC Limited announced that, on October 14, an oil sheen was discovered near Jinzhou 9-3 West oilfield in Bohai Bay (China)
[link to subseaworldnews.com]


BOHAI BAY ????!!! We talked about it earlier in this thread :

POST FROM 07/14/2011, BHD

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



.... and that company CNOOC is mentioned with Bodai Gulf/Bay there too !!!

Bodai Bay : [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Bodai Gulf ; [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Here Shandong Province is mentioned,
and on the same page as BHD's post I posted about Chengong/Chendong ... a name that was given to me by my dragon.... No coincedence.

In February 2011, the PRC announced that it would build a road and rail tunnel across the Bohai Strait to connect the Liaodong and Shandong peninsulas. When completed, the tunnel would be 106 kilometers long.


Oil spills have been reported frequently in this region. Three occurred in a two month timeframe in 2011
[link to www.offshoreenergytoday.com]


BUT MOST IMPORTANT -----> Great Wall of China starts in Bohai Bay.

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REMEMBER THAT TANKER "RENA" , OFF THE COAST OF NZ?


Well there are new posts and information that agree with my earlier statements that this EVENT WAS SET IN MOTION and was PART OF BEZERK !
I suggested that RENA was USED to OFFLOAD something in the waters, maybe to fight AUgie, or for other purposes.


I bolded some lines ...
Thx to Agapao:


This poster had alot to say on GLP and GHD I thought it tied in with your line of thought.

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Re: !!!!OIL SPILL TRAGEDY unfolding on pristine NEW ZEALAND coast, NEW UPDATES!!!

Another thing to consider, in light of Fukushima/Fullford conspiracies, is the placement of ordinance for future use. Something on the seabed. Keep in mind other factors as well IF looking at the conspiracy mindset. Like the Titanic not actually hitting an iceberg and being fired upon by a German U-boat which is the most likely scenario. The explanation that an ice berg could sink a ship to me is perposterous. I run my ship in 4 to 5 foot solid blue ice every year at speeds of 10 to 12 knots for hundreds of miles. Just saying. If this Greek ship was trying to save itself, perhaps, just perhaps, it intentionally ran up on the shoal to keep from going down. It is why someone must talk to the officers and be ready to record the statement and have their bullshit meter on High. I am sure the officers are scared shitless though and being censored by their lawyers preparing for a mega lawsuit. After all this is said and done and the ship is gone, New Zealand citizens should employ side scan sonar, I'm sure someone has this, and sweep the entire area for things on the seabed. If the area is shoaled enough it may even be possible to dive anything that is found. After all, TPTB should be salvaging any containers that fell. Especially if they contain toxic material. I would also scan local fault lines and other strategic areas on the seabed as it would be very easy for a dive team to float with nuetral boyancy a container without being detected by overhead cameras. All in all, please be dilligent with the ongoings of this event. I'm telling you many things do not add up. If you watch you'll probably reveal suspicious activity which can be exploited and ultimately prevent some malicious plans on part of the blood drinkers. Fair winds and following seas. I gotta go.

As of today the are saying 80 containers have washed overboard yet on the 12th they said 88. They claim 30 are missing but are not saying what is in them. They must know what is in them or at least what the manifesto says (but of couse that doesnt have to be correct) We sent quite a few containers to UK so I have some idea of the paper work involved.

 Quoting: Agapao


bump2
FIRST: We heared the CODE 88 before !!!
Remember the 88 dead Cubans on a vessel in the gom ?

SECONDLY: We all remember OP saying that explosives were arranged on the oceanfloors and trenches to be detonated. A special sequence and keys were needed to activate them. There are several OP-posts that speak of the attempts to destroy these 'weapons' ... Remember also the SAMPSON-option ...
These "Explosives" are most probably also used to create/induce the EQ's and Tsunami that hit Fukushima/Japan.
You will find proof and confirmation reading through the ONLY OP's POSTS-thread : [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]


-OP 1:56 AM 7/23/2010 Good day, I just want you to know that at 01:18 this morning paris time 2us reported that they Observed around 88 dead on an abandoned cuban registered surface vessel. (my girlfriend think most may be cuban refugees, but I'm not sure) 2us captain reported monitoring a chinese vessel giving "limited" assistance to a US surface vessel who was towing and evacuating the cuban vessel. the US surface Vessel was NOT from the US Coast Guard but they followed high level bio quarantine procedure (translation problem) (pag 338)
 Quoting: OP



So not only the CODE 88 was used but it both linked to TOXIC circumstances and L3 BIO HAZARD conditions !!!

To me the change from 88 into 80 indicates that things/situations have changed or goals have been reached according to plan ...

(L3 = level 3, ... or not ?)
Remember L3 ??? --->



11/17/2010 4:12 PM

I just got home and found this in the email. Originally recieved this at 11:53 am EST. from acolyte

(Received and Posted AS-IS two hours ago PARIS Time)

TIOTE, Zero"2" at all Zero"6" Stations. Report all Zero"6" Positives's.
A Big positive that L3 Backbone have been compromised for the past 7 Days.
Monitoring in place. STB on L3.
14 Hours ago Ossetia received Running Silent Order from KremPP.,, Priority Alert status scheduled for 21 November until 26 November. This includes Commercial Airliners. REPEAT. This Includes ALL Commercial Airlines on A GLO"B"AL ALERT,., Fighter Escorts (MIL-AF) not possible.
Egypt has joined China. REPEAT. Egypt no longer part of ODESSA.
Call Sign Designations: "SIERRA 1" , "WHISKEY 4" and "JULIET 3"

 Quoting: OP



More info and posts on the "Toxic CARGO" and lost/missing 80/88 containers


--snip--
With regards to the hazardous cargo - all of that cargo has to have the Masters approval before it's loaded and usually the hazardous cargo is loaded last...chances are that these containers are in the top stacks so may have allready gone overboard. The location of these containers also depends on which port they are meant to be discharged.
 Quoting: BorgQueen



"The Rena's skipper and second officer have faced a further charge when they reappeared in Tauranga District Court today.
Maritime New Zealand announced earlier this morning both men, who have name suppression, faced a fresh charge under the Resource Management Act.
It related to the "discharge of harmful substances from ships or offshore installations".
The RMA charge carries a maximum penalty of a fine of $300,000, or two years' imprisonment, and $10,000 for every day the offending continues.
The Master and Second Officer (Navigation) had earlier been charged by Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) under the Maritime Transport Act, "for operating a vessel in a manner causing unnecessary danger or risk".
At their appearance in the Tauranga District Court this morning they were remanded on bail to appear again before Christmas.
Meanwhile the Rena has held together overnight, despite fears the stricken container ship was finally about to break.
...
A storm enveloping the already battered cargo vessel was forecast to have brought swells of up to 5m overnight, prompting fresh warnings of oil spills and more lost containers."
[link to www.nzherald.co.nz]
 Quoting: Breezy


Funny to mention is that in Tauranga a SHIP LOST POWER a few days before ...

Ship runs aground at Tauranga harbour entrance
[link to www.stuff.co.nz]
snips:
The Schelde Trader was leaving port when it lost power, he said.
He said the ship appeared to have sustained only minor damage and was not taking on water or losing oil.
The ship had just taken on fuel for a long trip to the Pacific Islands and was also loaded with containers though he did not know what was in them.
He said the last similar case he could remember was about 18 months ago.
The grounding comes nearly a month after the container ship Rena hit the Astrolabe Reef off the Tauranga coast. The 236 metre-long Rena remains on the reef as salvors try to pump oil from it.



haven't we heard about a couple cruise ships, and at least one English naval vessel totally losing power out on the seas?? HMS Astute, and cruise ships...MSC Opera 5/2011, Carnival Fascination 7/2010, Carnival Splendor 11/2010 in different parts of the world) interesting and bears watching...


Tnx to Phillip:

A blogger has been barred from sending updates on the Rena salvage operation after posting a string of behind-the-scenes insights into the disaster and the perils and logistics of the salvage. The postings on the "Antipodean Mariner" blogsite are from a crew member of the Go Canopus, a multi-purpose tug recovering oil from the Rena.

Recent posts reveal frustration at the 12-month timetable to remove the ship's containers and suggest the officer on watch on the night of the disaster altered course, putting the Rena on a collision course with the Astrolabe Reef.
The posts ran almost daily for three weeks and dwell on the challenges facing the salvors, including the stench and maggots from rotting freezer containers.
But the blogger signed off on Thursday after a New Zealand regulatory agency objected and he was warned of a non-disclosure clause in his contract. The posts were being followed in New Zealand, Australia, Southeast Asia, Russia and Scotland.

A post last Sunday says: "AIS data suggests that the officer of the watch altered the vessel's course to make directly for the pilot station. Unfortunately for him (and the ship) there was a well-charted reef between him and the pilot!"
The ship's second officer was tasked with the navigational watch, the Herald reported last month. He faces charges along with the Rena's captain.
A seafaring source noted that several variables could affect any decision to change course, such as out-of-date charts, incorrect setting or failure to account for tide or wind.

A Maritime NZ spokeswoman said the organisation was not responsible for closing down the blogsite. With two investigations under way, it could not comment about the change-of-course claim.

What the blogger wrote:
-Thursday, October 27
"I would hate to guess what the daily cost is for all of this. Personnel, hotel bills, helicopters, support boats and shipping charter costs are not cheap, so the NZ taxpayer will end up footing a phenomenal bill for it all ... No doubt that will all come out during the upcoming electioneering."

-Thursday, Nov 3
"Spare a thought for the salvage team. Apparently the stench of rotting flesh is now all-pervasive on board the Rena, with many of them retching continuously in certain work areas."

-Friday, Nov 4
"Prior to working on the poop [deck], the salvors had to run a fire pump ... to wash the maggots overboard. The fish are getting very fat and thriving out here."

-Monday, Nov 7
"We have been advised that the container salvage reps ... quoted a rate of removal of three containers per day and estimated that it would take a year to unload. WTF! - that rate makes even the Brisbane wharfies look good.
"Mother Nature will have it emptied for them long before a year is out. A summer cyclone will have it unloaded in less than 24 hours. I would be appalled if Maritime NZ signed up for that deal ..."

-Tuesday, Nov 8
"Spare a thought for the personnel on the Awanuia. They are moored 30m down wind of the stern of the Rena. Every moment on deck they would be exposed to the stench emanating from the rotting contents of the freezer containers. I would assume that their air condition system is set to recycle.
"...It is probably not noticeable to the casual observer, but there is further compression buckling of the hull apparent at the water line at low tide ... To the non-mariners, think of her as slightly bent to the left, like a banana. It appears that the incessant harmonic motions of wind, tide, tidal stream (tide-induced current), waves and swell, appear to have finally severed the spine of the Rena. The Dutch salvage rep on board ... confirmed that there is now a 60cm movement in all directions, between the forward and aft sections."
[link to antipodeanmariner.blogspot.com]
 Quoting: Phillip



While the salvage operation continues all boats are banned from entering a massive area around the shipwreck. And it could take seven months to empty Rena. ONE News reporter Heather du Plessis-Allan said fishing boats sit in Tauranga harbour and local fishermen said they cannot wait seven months or more to be allowed back into their fishinggrounds. Deep Star Charters Operator Garth le Lievre claims Rena has cost him half his business already.

[link to tvnz.co.nz]

 Quoting: Tauranga


Why the BANNING? (just like with the DWH ...)
And why does it has to take SEVEN MONTHS ?? Why so long ???


An other strange occurance is that they sprayed COREXIT when there was NO FRESH OIL !!!.

Phillip: "They sprayed Corexit during the first 36 hours and then stopped as the media jumped on it like bees to honey....and thank god for that....."

BHD: " An interesting admission by those who use corexit regularly, is that "you have to get the corexit on it [the oil] within the first 36 hours, after that it is less effective." And they refer to 'fresh' oil too. Oil that is fresh out the ground.
The gunk coming out of the Rena is not fresh in any regard."



Well, so far BEZERKNESS reagarding the RENA.
Tnx all.
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