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Things have been somewhat hectic, my little pup had some abscessed teeth and was circling for days. I've been beside myself until the vet's appointment today. She is doing much better now. But, I had made note of a couple of articles and I know how much we enjoy learning whats being discovered. If I already posted these, just overlook my absent mindedness.


Creating Quantum Matter

...wants to better understand the spatial organization of ultra cold atoms with the goal of learning more about condensed matter physics and quantum mechanics.

The research is a starting point to develop new and innovative states of matter, and observe the particles interacting with each other in different ways, he says. “We have already done a few things,” he says. “The Bose Einstein condensate in the lattice is a superfluid which can flow without resistance--a certain quantum state related to superconductivity--and it will keep on flowing forever.”

With this material, “you can transition from one state to another and create new states of matter,” he adds. “You can go from a superfluid to an insulator, from something with no resistance to something with no flow, and you can even create new magnetic states. In that case, each atom behaves like a little compass needle, but each needle points in different directions at the same time. This is quantum magnetism.”

[link to www.usnews.com]

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Wauwwww Isis !!!!! This is fantastic !!!
This behaves like we figured out that AUgie would be acting .....

I am glad you found this hf




Nanowrinkles, nanofolds yield strange hidden channels


Wrinkles and folds, common in nature, do something unusual at the nanoscale. Researchers at Brown University and in Korea have discovered that wrinkles on super-thin films have hidden long waves. The team also found that folds in the film produce nanochannels, like thousands of tiny subsurface pipes. The research could lead to advances in medicine, electronics and energy.
[link to news.brown.edu]

Science discoveries can sometimes cause one to fear what their intentions are to do with something like this.


hiding
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Hmmmm... thats also interresting !
Tnx :)
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Wow!
<<chills>>
Earth does not belong to man, man belongs to Earth
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ALGAE AND RADIOACTIVITY !!!!

(an older post from this thread)

radiation sickness
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...In the event of an accidental or deliberate release of radioactive material, either evacuation or sheltering in place will be the recommended measures.

Radiation poisoning, also called "radiation sickness", is a form of damage to organ ... The fisherman are shown bleeding from their mouths, ears and noses. Two of them die ...

[link to tripatlas.com]


Are BioAlgae Concentrates
Effective for Radiation Poisoning



Description:
[link to www.therenegadehealthshow.com] - Last week, I had a chance to speak with Roland Thomas, ND about BioAlgae Concentrates... This is a special blend of algae that has been studied quite significantly over the past few decades. In this clip, Roland discusses some of the scientific studies that this algae had been used in and some of the results. I think the most shocking is the research done on chickens in Russia and the use of this algae on radiation poisoning victims of the Chernobyl disaster. These studies were done using a blend of algae called BioAlgae Concentrate that contains spirulina and chlorella. Take a listen...



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Yeah thats the iron in the bacteria ...
looks awfull haha.
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Remember PROJECT DEEP FREEZE ????




Plunge in CO2 Put the Freeze On Antarctica
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]


snips:
... it quickly became apparent that Antarctica's big freeze followed a fall in C02 levels.

"Our research recognised that the flows of deep ocean currents at the end of the Eocene were dramatically different from those of today because of the altered position and shape of continental masses," said Dr Sijp.
"Previous research relied on different temperature estimates and had also not taken these different currents into account. This led to significant upward biases in calculated C02 which made it appear that carbon dioxide was actually increasing around the Southern Ocean as the Antarctic ice sheet formed. We can now see the reverse was true.
"We found a 40 percent C02 decrease ..., in agreement with global cooling during that time. "This decline was a critical condition for global cooling and the emergence of the Antarctic ice sheet.

The nature of ocean currents is vital in calculating atmospheric C02, because the estimates of atmospheric carbon dioxide are derived from measurements of molecules from algae deposited on the ocean floor ... The fundamentally different circulation of the Southern Ocean during the Eocene directly affected the algae by changing the temperatures of these ocean currents and significantly lowering the nutrient load.






Woowwwwwwwww !!!!!!
Remember BP HELIX ? The algae farming lab ? at the macondo site ? [link to www.mijnalbum.nl]
The dead zones created in the GOM ?
Algae bio-fuel projects ?

[link to peswiki.com]
[link to www.emerging-markets.com]
Remember the reports (scientific) that the GOM-current and other currents were ALTERED by the OIL on the seafloor ???



We all discussed that in this thread paaaaaaaages ago ...


At a forbitten forum it is greatly documented how all the finances and funds are clinged togetter and how the Obama-administration is in it from top-till-toes ....

(Glue all togetter)
http:
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There was an other link here in Bezerk that showed the HELIX ALGEA LABS, but I cant find it again ... :( ...

see pages 130-140 on this thread.

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Arctic settles into new phase – warmer, greener, and less ice
December 1, 2011 [link to www.noaanews.noaa.gov]

An international team of scientists who monitor the rapid changes in the Earth’s northern polar region say that the Arctic is entering a new state – one with warmer air and water temperatures, less summer sea ice and snow cover, and a changed ocean
chemistry.

... Monica Medina, NOAA principal deputy under secretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere. “With a greener and warmer Arctic, more development is likely. Reports like this one help us to prepare for increasing demands on Arctic resources so that better decisions can be made about how to manage and protect these more valuable and increasingly available resources.”

Among the 2011 highlights are:
•Atmosphere: In 2011, the average annual near-surface air temperatures over much of the Arctic Ocean were approximately 2.5° F (1.5° C) greater than the 1981-2010 baseline period.

•Sea ice: Minimum Arctic sea ice area in September 2011 was the second lowest recorded by satellite since 1979.

•Ocean: Arctic Ocean temperature and salinity may be stabilizing after a period of warming and freshening. Acidification of sea water (“ocean acidification”) as a result of carbon dioxide absorption has also been documented in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas.

•Land: Arctic tundra vegetation continues to increase and is associated with higher air temperatures over most of the Arctic land mass.


The Report Card tracks the Arctic atmosphere, sea ice, biology, ocean, land, and Greenland. This year, new sections were added, including, greenhouse gases, ozone and ultraviolet radiation, ocean acidification, Arctic Ocean primary productivity, and lake ice. The Arctic Report Card [link to www.arctic.noaa.gov] is available online.


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EcoUpdate: Sudden Antarctica Warming Cycle 15 Million Years Ago

Proof of a sudden, remarkably warm period in Antarctica that occurred about 15.7 million years ago and lasted for a few thousand years from the Antarctic Geologic Drilling Program, or ANDRILL. One sample that stood out as an anomaly was found in 2010 by Sophie Warny, LSU assistant professor of geology and geophysics.

“First I thought it was a mistake, that it was a sample from another location, not Antarctica, because of the unusual abundance in microscopic fossil cysts of marine algae called dinoflagellates. But it turned out not to be a mistake, it was just an amazingly rich layer,” said Warny.

The two scientists in charge of the drilling, David Harwood of University of Nebraska – Lincoln, and Fabio Florindo of Italy, were equally excited,” said Warny. “They had noticed that this thin layer had a unique consistency that had been characterized by their team as a diatomite, which is a layer extremely rich in fossils of another algae called diatoms.”

“In the case of these results, the microfossils provide us with quantitative data of what the environment was actually like in Antarctica at the time, showing how this continent reacted when climatic conditions were warmer than they are today,” said Warny.

According to the researchers, these fossils show that land temperatures reached a January average of 10 degrees Celsius – the equivalent of approximately 50 degrees Fahrenheit – and that estimated sea surface temperatures ranged between zero and 11.5 degrees Celsius. The presence of freshwater algae in the sediments suggests to researchers that an increase in meltwater and perhaps also in rainfall produced ponds and lakes adjacent to the Ross Sea during this warm period, which would obviously have resulted in some reduction in sea ice.

These findings most likely reflect a poleward shift of the jet stream in the Southern Hemisphere, which would have pushed warmer water toward the pole and allowed a few dinoflagellate species to flourish under such ice-free conditions. Researchers believe that shrub-like woody plants might also have been able to proliferate during an abrupt and brief warmer time interval.

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]
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scratching Hmmmmmmmmm




Military turns to volunteers for Arctic rescues

The military has struck a handshake deal to have part-time volunteers provide first-response search and rescue services in the Arctic, CBC News has learned.

Military officials have been negotiating with the Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (CASARA), a national agency that promotes aviation safety and provides air search support.

Shadwick said the military still has to do more in the North and not just rely on the goodwill of volunteers to help save Canadian lives.

In October, Canadian representatives joined delegates from other circumpolar countries at a conference in Whitehorse to discuss search and rescue co-operation.
The recent meeting came months after Canada and several other Arctic nations signed an agreement that would require Arctic Council countries to co-ordinate in the event of a major incident like a plane crash or a cruise ship accident.

[link to www.cbc.ca]



I wonder if that are the REAL motives ???
Some people who LOOK like VOLUNTEERS could also be agents of Special Task Forces DRAWING NO ATTENTION in THIS WAY !!!!

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Hmmmmm this sounds STRANGE to me : NO OIL ????
Why make the HUGE expenses to analyse the area, and drill .. but find NO oil ?????
Wierd.



No oil find for Cairn in Arctic
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Edinburgh explorer Cairn Energy has failed to make a commercial discovery of oil or gas in its Greenland campaign.
The Scottish group said that two wells which it hoped would yield oil were to be plugged and abandoned.

...

Of the company's latest news, Greenpeace senior campaigner Vicky Wyatt said: "However the company tries to spin this, Cairn's Greenland misadventures have been an unmitigated disaster from day one, the company squandering a fortune
drilling one dry hole after another.

"These results show that the incredible technical, economic and environmental risks of operating in the Arctic simply aren't worth it."





WHAT IS GOING ON ????!!!! scratching

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Preparationplans for when DEEP FREEZE settles in ?




Arctic dream: Russia’s polar des res [link to rt.com]
Fancy a swim in the Arctic? Well, with an ambitious new project Russia is developing, this could become a pleasurable experience! A luxury settlement housing 5,000 people under a huge dome with complex life support is to rise up from the polar ice.

­Architect Valery Rzhevsky says this is the world’s first such project with an artificial climate and life support, like at a space station. The energy would be supplied by a floating nuclear electric power station. The city would be called ‘Umka’, which means polar bear. It is to be built on Kotelny, an uninhabited island off Russia’s north coast, a thousand kilometers from the North Pole.

Its design shares features with the ISS, but it will be around a mile long and will contain parks, swimming pools and a church. As for the food, the idea is that the town would feed itself with the help of fish and poultry farms, greenhouses, a grain handling plant and a bakery. Rzhevsky claims the town would survive “even on the Moon, if need be”.

Rzhevsky says his ‘ice town’ can be built soon, and could change the demographics of the globe.

“We’re convinced that this is something our country and even entire mankind really need. It may not happen overnight, but people will eventually move to the North.”

With the project’s cost estimated at $5-7 billion dollars, the Umka architect is keen to get oil companies onboard.





Remember OP & GF mention POLARBEAR ???????? Project 300/301 ....

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AUCH for the US ...

[link to blog.heritage.org]



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Ottawa moves ahead with High Arctic military centre
Centre will focus on disaster training
[link to www.cbc.ca]

Chambré insists it is not the permanent search and rescue base northerners have called for because it’s unlikely the military will use the facility year round.

The government plans to work out of the facility mostly during winter, with people from other government departments working there mainly in summer.

“I certainly don't see this going idle, especially when we have two government departments sharing,” said Chambré.







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Arctic/greenland EQ
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


The above related to this below ??? --->


26 Nov 10 -"One of the disconnects the Church of Al Gore/IPCC has yet to address regarding so-called Global Warming is why is it the Arctic ice extent is receding while the Antarctic ice extent is growing at historic rates," says this great article on strata-sphere.com.

"Given the fact CO2 levels are ubiquitous across the Earth, if this was really a global climate driver we should see higher temperatures (and less ice) across the globe, adjusted for latitude and the amount of land vs. sea surface area." "Well it seems we [link to hisz.rsoe.hu] may have an answer to why the Arctic water temperatures were rising and the ice was melting –massive undersea volcanoes. (This article, Volcanic eruptions reshape Arctic ocean floor, says it well.) "Recent massive volcanoes have risen from the ocean floor deep under the Arctic ice cap, spewing plumes of fragmented magma into the sea, scientists who filmed the aftermath reported Wednesday. "The eruptions —as big as the one that buried Pompei —took place in 1999 along the Gakkel Ridge, an underwater mountain chain snaking 1,800 kilometres (1,100 miles) from the northern tip of Greenland to Siberia. "Scientists suspected even at the time that a simultaneous series of earthquakes were linked to these volcanic spasms. "But when a team led of scientists led by Robert Sohn of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts finally got a first-ever glimpse of the ocean floor 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) beneath the Arctic pack ice, they were astonished. "What they saw was unmistakable evidence of explosive eruptions rather than the gradual secretion of lava bubbling up from Earth’s mantle onto the ocean floor. "The natural basin that is the Arctic Ocean is possibly the reason why Arctic water temperatures were rising because the warming caused by these massive underwater explosions couldn’t really circulate out of the basin. "Is it simply coincidence that the regions of the Arctic Ocean experiencing thin ice ... is the same region that is right over these massive undersea volcanoes just discovered? See entire great article, including graphs: [link to strata-sphere.com]

map

[link to www.iceagenow.com]
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NAVY NEWS



Russia: Borei-Class Nuclear-Powered Ballistic Missile Submarine to Start Sea Trials in Next Few Days Nov, 17th 2011
[link to navaltoday.com]

Borei project was developed by Rubin Central Design Bureau (St. Petersburg). Reportedly, the most up-to-date technologies (naval radioelectronics, noise reduction etc) were implemented in Borei project. The submarines will be armed with new ballistic missile system Bulava. All Borei-class sub would be capable to carry 12 solid-propellant missiles with 10 warheads each. The subs will be equipped with surfacing rescue chambers accommodating the whole crew. Hull length is 170 meters, beam is 13.5 meters, diving depth is 450 meters, crew is 107 men. According to Russian Navy command, Borei subs will become the core of Russia’s maritime nuclear force in the 21-st century.



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Russia to Start Construction of Serial Strategic Nuclear-Powered Submarines in 2012
[link to navaltoday.com]

Sevmash is currently building three SSBN Borei class submarines of Project 955 (designed by Rubin Design Bureau) [*see article above] ... Overall, the shipbuilder will construct eight submarines of Borei and Borei-A class.


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Russia: Navy Plans to Participate in Naval Exercise with NATO
[link to navaltoday.com]

In training year, Russian Navy plans to participate in a number of joint naval exercises including those with navies of the US, Great Britain, and France ...

Russian warships and submarines are deployed worldwide within task groups and singly. It is planned that Russian warships would take part in the FRUKUS 2012 maneuvers, NATO exercises BALTOPS 2012, IONIEX 2012, and the international search-and-rescue exercise Bold Monarch 2012, Russian-Norwegian exercise Pomor 2012, international exercise Northern Eagle 2012, and the RIMPAC 2012 exercise”, said the interviewee.

According to him, in 2012 Black Sea Fleet will take part in activation of BLACKSEAFOR task group. Terms and dates of exercises are being currently agreed via diplomatic channels. In addition, Russian warships are supposed to pay visits to over 40 foreign ports in 2012.

“Navy command plans that Russian warships would continue presence in the Gulf of Aden and near the Horn of Africa on the regular basis in order to maintain maritime security






*** WHOEHAAAAAA
THIS sounded like ships taking part in the BEZERK-DED-OUTLETS last year,
if you read OP's posts again then it all falls to place !!!
:


Black Sea Fleet Rescue Tug Shakhter Moors at Homebase Sevastopol
[link to navaltoday.com]

When the Bold Monarch 2011 exercise was finished, Shakhter set a course for the US to support participation of Northern Fleet (NF) large ASW ship Admiral Chabanenko in the FRUKUS-2011 joint naval exercise; apart from Russian sailors, the exercise was attended by the US, France, and the UK. The exercise objective was to practice anti-piracy and convoy-escort activities of the joint task force. The exercise consisted of several episodes including drills in interaction, communications, and coordination needed for protection of shipping, as well as countering terror, smuggling, and propagation of hazardous weapons and materials.


damned !!!!! AUGIE !!!! Cargo B3 - Isotope AU197


ONLY OP's POSTS [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
-OP 11:09 AM Something like 10% of the worlds submarines are gathered in the Gulf of Mexico. What the fuck are they all doing there or rather what the fuck are they looking for? DED shows 12 US, 2 French, 3 British, 2 Russian, 1 Canadian, 3 German, 1 Israeli and 2 Unknown submarines
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Government Approves Subsidized Sale of Another Dolphin-Type Submarine to Israel
[link to navaltoday.com]

... Israel already has three Dolphin submarines from Germany — one half-funded and two entirely funded by Berlin, a staunch Israeli ally.

The official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue, said Wednesday a 2005 agreement between the two nations included an option for another subsidized submarine which was now activated at Israel’s request.





I KNOW WE HAVE DISCUSED THIS TYPE BEFORE !!!!

YES ---> See :

girlfriend is going of duty, , i glimpsed at a few post and want to Remind you to please follow my post in context between noise. I remind you that the classification of the Israeli submarine is above DED. it is not an "ordinary" submarine. remember when it appeared a twilight alert was issued on strategic assets. this is vector type intelligence which i cant read. good night all.
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about 15 minutes ago . 2us captain reported that israeli submarine went below operational depth without catastrophic failure and was descending to entrance. Captain requesting further instructions. Standby 30 minutes
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From my investigation the Israeli Navy has two classes of subarmines: GAL and Dolphin. Both of these are diesel submarines that can theoretically only operate for 30 days between refeuling. Also, for diesel submarines that have to come to periscope depth to utilize the snorkel so they can run their deisel engines to recharge their battery bank. Based of these limitations and the crush depth of these two types of submarines...I don't see how its possible that these particular class submarines have the capability to achieve this. Technically they can't even reach the depth of the BOP for that matter, or be able to hang around for very long because its almost impossible for submarines to just "hover" in one location...generally they spin circles or something to that effect. They can move really slow, but they are always moving, never stationary.
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All you need to know about Israelian Submarines:

(To long to post all but worth reading)

[link to www.nti.org]

Extract:
While HDW has stated that Israel's Dolphin-class submarines were equipped with weapon systems similar to those installed on other diesel-electric submarines,[4] various sources have reported that upon their arrival in Israel, the submarines were modified, and fitted with cruise missiles armed with nuclear warheads.[5]

...

The modernized Dolphin-class combines a conventional diesel led-acid battery system and an air-independent propulsion system (AIP) which makes the vessel extremely quiet and allows it to remain submerged for up to a week without surfacing.

..and same page, from the data sheet:
The two most recent submarines that Israel has purchased are modernized versions of the Dolphin-class that include an AIP system, larger fuel tank, fuel cells equipped with oxygen, and hydrogen storage. These vessels are said to be able to remain submerged for longer periods of time than the three existing vessels.
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hi


Wow, awesome dot connecting. u2efine

Here are a couple more "new finds in science" that I would like to share with fellow bezerkers:

New Magnetic-Field-Sensitive Alloy Could Find Use in Novel Micromechanical Devices


Led by a group at the University of Maryland (UMd), a multi-institution team of researchers has combined modern materials research and an age-old metallurgy technique to produce an alloy that could be the basis for a new class of sensors and micromechanical devices controlled by magnetism.* The alloy, a combination of cobalt and iron, is notable, among other things, for not using rare-earth elements to achieve its properties. ...

The alloy exhibits a phenomenon called "giant magnetostriction," an amplified change in dimensions when placed in a sufficiently strong magnetic field. ...

Quenching is a classic metallurgy technique to freeze a material's microstructure in a state that it normally only has when heated. In this case, measurements at NIST and the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL) showed that the best-performing alloy had a delicate hetereogenous, nanoscale structure in which cobalt-rich crystals were embedded throughout a different, iron-rich crystal structure. ...

The best annealed alloy showed a sizeable magnetostriction effect in magnetic fields as low as about 0.01 Tesla. (The earth's magnetic field generally ranges around roughly 0.000 045 T, and a typical ferrite refrigerator magnet might be about 0.7 T.)
...

[link to www.nist.gov]

(difficult to know which of the information is the most important to post when keeping it to 50% or less)

and also this one:

Blocked holes can enhance rather than stop light transmission


Conventional wisdom would say that blocking a hole would prevent light from going through it, but Princeton University engineers have discovered the opposite to be true. A research team has found that placing a metal cap over a small hole in a metal film does not stop the light at all, but rather enhances its transmission.
...
In one of their experimental detectors, the researchers studied transmission of light through an array of tiny holes that were 60 nanometers (billionths of a meter) in diameter and 200 nanometers apart in a gold film that was 40 nanometers thick. Each tiny hole was capped with a gold disk that was 40 percent larger than the hole. The disks sat on top of the holes with a slight gap between the metal surface and the disks.

The researchers pointed a laser at the underside of the film and tested to see if any of the laser light went through the holes, past the caps, and could be detected on the other side. To their surprise, they found that the total light transmission was 70 percent higher with the holes blocked by the metal disks than without blockers. The researchers repeated the same experiment shining the light in the opposite direction — pointing at the side with the caps and looking for transmitted light under the film — and found the same results.

[link to www.princeton.edu]

Science is amazing.

hf
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Underwater UFO bases in Antarctica, ufo's on the date the Chinese Briefcases were opened > 13th Oct 2010 !!!, Gulf of Aden, 7/11, etc ....

Well, MzK, you ought to LOVE this. Might explain all the BESERK activity at the South Pole.


Quoting: Tutuwuwu


Yeh...Antarctica is a very sensative topic as far as TPTB are concerned...almost nothing gets reported out of there, at least nothing of substance, and particularly not recently.
We supposedly have our own fleet of UFOs based out of there, there are also joint alien/human UFO projects, and presumably pure alien craft coming in either physically of inter-dimensionally. Some have suggested there is an alien reception centre down there somewhere.
There is a lot of astronomy going on down there as well, in fact every major NWO player has/or shares facilities at the south pole.
I have RV'd the place a time or two, although not recently...they seem to have grayed out the place.
It seems to me there has been a big distraction concerning a new component of energy in the ribbon that has not been there in previous orbits through this field or similar planet changing fields. I believe this new energy was detected long before we began to feel the effects of these higher vibrational energies in this solar system, but TPTB have had little idea of how this new energy component would impact our system until it began to show up.
Imo this thread has shown some of these effects at work.
There seems to be much research on neutrinos at the South Pole and for obvious reasons, and this research is open and within the radar. They are worried.
I have also come to the conclusion TPTB are worried about something else to do with astronomy, and it is not a dark star with accompanying planets, but a real star, as yet unlit, in the unfolding knot at the centre of the ribbon we are travelling through.
It is my understanding that a star can join a solar system to turn that system from a single star system to a binary, or further stars captured to make up multiple star systems.
I don't believe that the current generation of such stars accrete material until such time as nuclear processes begin.
I think stars are made full size and unlit, only beginning the ignition processes when entering a magnetic field such as that contained within solar systems. Solar systems like ours seem to be the cells of a galaxy like our Milky Way...they are everywhere. Even mainstream astronomers have noticed that as soon as stars ignite, they begin to migrate.
So, does the ribbon have the gift of another star with our magnetic signature on it? Mmmm well maybe. If it does I would not expect this system to be picking it up imminently, rather more likely after the Earth has been through its changes and settled down again.
If this system were to become a binary, then the combination of light from the two stars would open up a whole load of new things for those dwelling on the Earth at the time, it would also produce new harmonic orbits for the planets...orbits further from the centre.
I have been looking into getting some hard facts to back up this possibility, and I'm currently looking into neutral atom re-activation in the process of plasma production to see if the theory is at least possible.
I can prove non of this as yet...its just been a persistant thought at the back of my mind for a long time, and periodically I have another look into it...highly unscientific I'm afraid.
I do have some pertinant info gathered and am working on more...so if there is interest in this, I may post what I have at a later date.
Sorry if this is too far off topic.
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Yeh...Antarctica is a very sensative topic as far as TPTB are concerned...almost nothing gets reported out of there, at least nothing of substance, and particularly not recently.
We supposedly have our own fleet of UFOs based out of there, there are also joint alien/human UFO projects, and presumably pure alien craft coming in either physically of inter-dimensionally. Some have suggested there is an alien reception centre down there somewhere.
There is a lot of astronomy going on down there as well, in fact every major NWO player has/or shares facilities at the south pole.
I have RV'd the place a time or two, although not recently...they seem to have grayed out the place.
It seems to me there has been a big distraction concerning a new component of energy in the ribbon that has not been there in previous orbits through this field or similar planet changing fields. I believe this new energy was detected long before we began to feel the effects of these higher vibrational energies in this solar system, but TPTB have had little idea of how this new energy component would impact our system until it began to show up.
Imo this thread has shown some of these effects at work.
There seems to be much research on neutrinos at the South Pole and for obvious reasons, and this research is open and within the radar. They are worried.
I have also come to the conclusion TPTB are worried about something else to do with astronomy, and it is not a dark star with accompanying planets, but a real star, as yet unlit, in the unfolding knot at the centre of the ribbon we are travelling through.
It is my understanding that a star can join a solar system to turn that system from a single star system to a binary, or further stars captured to make up multiple star systems.
I don't believe that the current generation of such stars accrete material until such time as nuclear processes begin.
I think stars are made full size and unlit, only beginning the ignition processes when entering a magnetic field such as that contained within solar systems. Solar systems like ours seem to be the cells of a galaxy like our Milky Way...they are everywhere. Even mainstream astronomers have noticed that as soon as stars ignite, they begin to migrate.
So, does the ribbon have the gift of another star with our magnetic signature on it? Mmmm well maybe. If it does I would not expect this system to be picking it up imminently, rather more likely after the Earth has been through its changes and settled down again.
If this system were to become a binary, then the combination of light from the two stars would open up a whole load of new things for those dwelling on the Earth at the time, it would also produce new harmonic orbits for the planets...orbits further from the centre.
I have been looking into getting some hard facts to back up this possibility, and I'm currently looking into neutral atom re-activation in the process of plasma production to see if the theory is at least possible.
I can prove non of this as yet...its just been a persistant thought at the back of my mind for a long time, and periodically I have another look into it...highly unscientific I'm afraid.
I do have some pertinant info gathered and am working on more...so if there is interest in this, I may post what I have at a later date.
Sorry if this is too far off topic.
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Hello Cosmos,
I can say that I am totally in agreement on the first part of your post !

The second part is fantastic INTERRESTING !!!
I do feel there might indeed be some true-sparks in your thoughts ! Wow .... Never looked at it that way, by in a way it makes sence to me.

'Stars' - 'Suns' that only IGNITE in certain conditions.

We already are a Binary System, but this would make it a Triplet-system ... hmmmzzzz....
Yes there must be something DIFFERENT this time in the cycle of the binary star, and that could indeed be a 'Sunprise' in the Ribbon, ... it would fit with the ending of the Maya calendar, and even with more things.

It might be that the 2012-Galactic center-Allignment has a role in this new IGNITION, lasering a beam of focused energy from its center through multiple systems and ours towards this New-Star in the Ribbon ... So it might not be JUPITER-Ignition [what I never believed], but this hide-away star's ignition .. hmmmmm..... Very interresting.
Yes it would shift the balances between the planets.
That reminds me of the tales from the time that Venus shifted place, and Mars-Earth and Maldek (the destroyed planet > now the hammered belt) ... SOMETHING MADE this happen, something pushed Earth away and with that pushing Mars and Maldeck outside the Goldylocks-zone (habitable zone). Thats also why Mars had to be abandonent on the surface and the oceans dried up when the athmosphere/ionosphere was affected. Something crashed with Maldeck and destroyed it, or the arive of this 'something' created a chainreaction on Maldeck's surface in their [that civilisation's] technology, leading to the destruction and explosion ....
This is mega interresting !!!


Yes its good to look at the micro in order to get an understanding of the macro !!!
And when it ties up with Myths then the circle is completed .. awsome !
Lets do this !


Imo, this is not at all off-topic. And I think that there are more lurkers and Bezerkers who would like to hear more of your ponderings and thoughts :D
So PLEASE let them come !


flowers


Tnx Cosmos !!!
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You're very welcome...nice flowers thanx.
I'll get some links I have on this subject up together and post them soon so you can see my thinking on this, and take it from there.
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bump
For all of krispy's and others' hard work, research and dedication to finding the truth.

You rock krispy!
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In the meantime...

Remember Hubble's pics of the Eagle Nebula, and the knots or globules of denser gas, called EGGs ("Evaporating Gaseous Globules")
Apparently, these are star forming regions.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This is thought to be what we are heading for...

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Here is an unfolding knot, this time consisting of neutral atoms. Can stars be made of neutral atoms? Could these atoms be polarised when hitting our solar system's magnetic fields, thus initiating plasma production? Well, this is a divided subject, but some links I've found are researching this possibility.
Work and family commitments have kept me from researching this properly at the moment, but the holidays are coming, so should have a bit more time to get down to study.
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HI Cosmos,

I recieved a mail from TutuWuwu that she loved your input !!! And was looking foreward to read more.

I will ask her to copy it to the thread here,
you will like what she said :D


xx
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In the meantime...

Remember Hubble's pics of the Eagle Nebula, and the knots or globules of denser gas, called EGGs ("Evaporating Gaseous Globules")
Apparently, these are star forming regions.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

This is thought to be what we are heading for...

[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Here is an unfolding knot, this time consisting of neutral atoms. Can stars be made of neutral atoms? Could these atoms be polarised when hitting our solar system's magnetic fields, thus initiating plasma production? Well, this is a divided subject, but some links I've found are researching this possibility.
Work and family commitments have kept me from researching this properly at the moment, but the holidays are coming, so should have a bit more time to get down to study.
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I dont know if you remember SQUIDDY posting here and talking to us in the VC-room a few months ago,
anyways,
she talked also about EGGS ...
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hi


Gulf Coast Task Force Releases Final Ecosystem Restoration Strategy on December 5, 2011

The Task Force delivered the final strategy on Friday, Dec. 2 to President Barack Obama, who established the Task Force by executive order to continue the Administration’s ongoing commitment to the Gulf region.


[link to www.epa.gov]

Hopefully the start the action of actual cleanup right away!
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Interresting article :


Scientists describe new species of crab that "farms" methane vents
December 3, 2011

A species of crab found a thousand feet below the surface of the Pacific Ocean near Costa Rica lives off the bacteria on its claws – bacteria that it fertilizes by waving them in methane and sulfide released from the seafloor.



Read more here :
[link to www.physorg.com]
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HI Cosmos,

I recieved a mail from TutuWuwu that she loved your input !!! And was looking foreward to read more.

I will ask her to copy it to the thread here,
you will like what she said :D


xx


Thanx Krispy for passing this along...if I remember correctly Tutu has a good understanding of how the cogs really turn in the cosmos, so will look forward to her comments and input.
Will post more soon.
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1rof1

Hans gave me some good old fashioned spy advice once.
Think of something so irresistable, and plant a seed.
But only tell ONE person. See where it pops up.......

Nice try.
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FOR COSMOS
I asked Tutu and she had no problems with it, she loved it to share :D

So here you go Cosmos :



Thought I'd better catch up @BESERK before writing you - I see the pace has picked up there, and more folks are participating - I had 3 pages to catch up! Mercy!
[snip]
Good work, darlin'!


The thing that piqued my interest @BESERK, however, was Cosmos' post about stars being ignited by electromagnetic fields. Now, I'm wondering if these dormant stars are physical (within that frequency range covered by our 5 senses), or if they become physical (through harmonic resonance) at ignition, or increased proximity to our EM field. Guess I'll have to go look at the Science Daily article. That whole plasma physics/electrical universe thingy really opens up new doors - and don't we love that! At any rate, I'm looking forward to Cosmos' subsequent posts on the subject. In the mean time, it might be good to watch Thunderbolts of the Gods to better understand the plasma universe:


[link to video.google.com]


I will definitely be lurking more @BESERK to keep up with these new "cosmotic" discussions. Thank you, Cosmos - you ROCK.
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heh heh heh - knew I was forgetting something. RE: this from Cosmos:


"Here is an unfolding knot, this time consisting of neutral atoms. Can stars be made of neutral atoms? Could these atoms be polarised when hitting our solar system's magnetic fields, thus initiating plasma production?"


Y'know, all things 3D are polarised, meaning they have positive and negative aspects. Without polarity, there would be no movement of anything. I guess that is why I was questioning the physicality of these dormant stars, pre-ignition.


Is that sufficiently confusing? And I haven't even been to sciencedaily yet!


love & Gratitude,
p
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xxx K
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@ AC 1501341 (aka We-all-know-who)

Quit playing games.


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