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

 
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Plenty of aliens to see down there I guess.
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or a mirror...

A what? You've got to be kidding.
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Plenty of aliens to see down there I guess.
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or a mirror...

A what? You've got to be kidding.
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Ok, a better description could be a mirror on how things were a long time ago on the planet. A 'time capsule' if you will.

The folks that placed it, must have known the area would eventually be covered in ice, and a level of tech' would be required to recognise and retrieve it.

But I reckon the contents show a 'mankind' that is not chained to the need to work his whole life in order to put the most basic of needs on the table and protect his family.

The contents show free power, free heat, free means of generating light, creation of foods, and healing. (an ON switch to machines like the pyramid structures, and the Wall.)

And all of it free and within the reach of the individual.

No control. The mirror shows us a time when mankind was free of control.

I think that's why the discovery is being controlled. LOL

Last year of control for tptb.

(speculation only)
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Breaking >>>>

Strange sounds picked up by swimmers at Santa Monica beach.

The 'slapping' sound, which was reminiscent of multiple fire works going of in unison seemed to come from a large building inland from the beach.

Soon after a submarine was seen surfacing off shore, with a small crew in the con-tower using binoculars, and a directional microphone scanning the area.

Minutes later, large numbers of staff were seen exiting the RAND building with rosey, red, circular shapes on their foreheads.

A cleaner from the building was later interviewed and is quoted as saying - "they all seemed to slap their foreheads at the same time, as if something just went bezerk on their monitors."
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Imagine that, Not the Rand in Santa Monica, hmm!

What goes around eventually comes around!

Maybe there lighs were dimmed to the point of.....bump
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China can come the hell on over and try!! Real individual Americans had no part in the elites banking games, whatever they told China, good luck getting it!


The Chinese outnumber us, you goon!!! Not to mention all the dumb-asses who sold their guns to TPTB! What good can unarmed citizens with no military experience do against an invading chinese army that easily outnumbers us?
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Celt(ic?) - umm, I think you might have the wrong thread buddy.
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Celt(ic?) - umm, I think you might have the wrong thread buddy.
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Me to :) but with the Commonwealth tournament starting you might like this one too... mycrickethighlights.tv

Doesn't always work at once - sometimes you get a .com which you have to change in .tv to get redirected.

Anyway, even my cat is better on computers than I am, but I always manage to find it so...
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Celt(ic?) - umm, I think you might have the wrong thread buddy.
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Me to :) but with the Commonwealth tournament starting you might like this one too... mycrickethighlights.tv

Doesn't always work at once - sometimes you get a .com which you have to change in .tv to get redirected.

Anyway, even my cat is better on computers than I am, but I always manage to find it so...
 Quoting: RoXY


sorry to observe this but,

you seem to be actively derailing BHD in this thread
start a post on sports

but....well

if you can't stick to the topics, it reaks of disinfo
and, good lord, enuff of that has happened around here before

(not being mean, just stay on topic)

dr
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Celt(ic?) - umm, I think you might have the wrong thread buddy.
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Me to :) but with the Commonwealth tournament starting you might like this one too... mycrickethighlights.tv

Doesn't always work at once - sometimes you get a .com which you have to change in .tv to get redirected.

Anyway, even my cat is better on computers than I am, but I always manage to find it so...
 Quoting: RoXY


sorry to observe this but,

you seem to be actively derailing BHD in this thread
start a post on sports

but....well

if you can't stick to the topics, it reaks of disinfo
and, good lord, enuff of that has happened around here before

(not being mean, just stay on topic)

dr
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It's just a favour to BHD.

And if you look at the list of threads I've started myself you'd see I'm a serious poster.
peace
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Can definately vouch for Rox' - dr. Has had a lots of good input, and big on defendin' the old gal'. (thread)

Haha, proof that cricket is boring as all f%$k to the rest of the world!!!! LOL.

Hey dr, that plasma thread be gettin interesting eh? Pity we cant have a sort of overview of a wide range of threads, and their conclusions. I bet they are all converging, whether they know it or not!

I heard from an old friend today, who gave me a new meaning for the title/observation bezerk. Gonna wait until he tells me how he arrived at it, because the idea is fascinating! (and a very different conclusion to HD's idea)

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salt, an interesting product
it has kept mankind live for centuries by preserving our food
(but now its bad stuff, low sodium diet and all...think about it)
you use it to purify many things

[link to www.saltworks.us]
if you EXORCISE it you can make holy water!!!
(workin' on 500 gallons of it this spring...vamp and undead nuke...lol...seriously)
almost all religions venereat it
vatII made the kids at baptism take it on the lips

pure water transmits NO electricity...unless you add salt

and as for augie and his russian bro (not cindy)
one is natural salt water (ionic/polarIZED) the other is pure (polar/non, on a molecular description, which opens up a whole other line of research, mind you)

now cindy, mr vetters frankenf'kup. lets think of this. we are having trouble with our use of antiboitics causing strains of bacteria becoming, well, too strong. our swords are not sharp enough to kill them

what if vetters cindy does this to augie and his bro?
then add the fact that, contrary to what anyone wants to say, this position that the earth is in is unique. possibly augie and his bro only come out to play when the world is going to expand

e=mc2, and we are getting excess e=??? either more velocity/frequency or mass (or a balanced combo)

the augie twins (normally would have) just try to hold it together in the transition

but now the sodom/gomora/dna distorted lifeform/cindy is in play...lots wife, more salt??? answer, or result...don't know

one last thought, is the dead sea the dead sea because it is so salty, or because if a million bodies floated down the "various biblical rivers" and ended up there, the place would be filled with salt (before resopnse, review dead sea salt composition)

there ya go, krispy would be proud of my wall of text

(well, not really, actually pretty wimpy...lol)

dr
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Can definately vouch for Rox' - dr. Has had a lots of good input, and big on defendin' the old gal'. (thread)

Haha, proof that cricket is boring as all f%$k to the rest of the world!!!! LOL.

 Quoting: BadHairDay

:tinkrofl:

Cheers mate!

Added you to my buddy list - if you don't mind...
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If this thread gets any larger, it will begin to disturb the orbits of Jupiter and Saturn.
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Celt(ic?) - umm, I think you might have the wrong thread buddy.
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Me to :) but with the Commonwealth tournament starting you might like this one too... mycrickethighlights.tv

Doesn't always work at once - sometimes you get a .com which you have to change in .tv to get redirected.

Anyway, even my cat is better on computers than I am, but I always manage to find it so...
 Quoting: RoXY


sorry to observe this but,

you seem to be actively derailing BHD in this thread
start a post on sports

but....well

if you can't stick to the topics, it reaks of disinfo
and, good lord, enuff of that has happened around here before

(not being mean, just stay on topic)

dr
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3423980

It's just a favour to BHD.

And if you look at the list of threads I've started myself you'd see I'm a serious poster.
peace
 Quoting: RoXY


agreed, just trying to stay on track
observation only, no offense ment

dr
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If this thread gets any larger, it will begin to disturb the orbits of Jupiter and Saturn.
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maybe we can control the orbit of planet x

and hence the glp effect comes into play

no doom

dr
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agreed, just trying to stay on track
observation only, no offense ment

dr
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Cool
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this, I think is a big clue

[link to www.saltworks.us]

[link to www.saltinstitute.org]

just the fact that a .org is based upon it?

no answers, but more questions

dr
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Yeah, salt has been mentioned a lot here eh, and seems to be a big deal for the planet, and our survival.

Ever wondered why the coeans are salty, and not just big lakes of fresh water?

Not making any revelations!! Just commenting.

Thanks for the salt links. Here's one back acha.

[link to www.astrobio.net]
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Salt it does a body good...

and a few more salt/water/ocean links...

snip:
"Salt, of course, is vital to health. There’s a reason we have a salt taste in our mouths and a reason that foods taste better with salt. The desire for salt is not some cruel joke imposed by a capricious god, but acts to ensure that we eat our food with salt."

[link to www.westonaprice.org]

snip:
B- 12 SEA WATER OCEAN PLASMA

"Water is not the source of life, it is life" - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Sea Water has 177 minerals, vitamins and nutrients!!

[link to www.genesis2forum.org]

and vid:



enjoy...

Cz

rockon

oh and by the way 1313 pages...
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Ok, a better description could be a mirror on how things were a long time ago on the planet. A 'time capsule' if you will.

The folks that placed it, must have known the area would eventually be covered in ice, and a level of tech' would be required to recognise and retrieve it.

But I reckon the contents show a 'mankind' that is not chained to the need to work his whole life in order to put the most basic of needs on the table and protect his family.

The contents show free power, free heat, free means of generating light, creation of foods, and healing. (an ON switch to machines like the pyramid structures, and the Wall.)

And all of it free and within the reach of the individual.

No control. The mirror shows us a time when mankind was free of control.

I think that's why the discovery is being controlled. LOL

Last year of control for tptb.

(speculation only)

Quoting:BHD

Interesting...the implications of this resonate.
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Haha, proof that cricket is boring as all f%$k to the rest of the world!!!! LOL.
Quoting:BHD

I like Bike racing, most folks think that's boring just watching them go round and round, so, each to their own.
Enjoy your cricket.
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Cricket...not to be confused with chanistick...lol

The new bezerk official sport...

It beats the hell out of watching "submarine" races from a beach on the Gulf of Mexico...

"Cricket(s) it's what for dinner"...

Cz

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Bwahaha! careful now... tounge
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@BHD...I'm always careful...

I don't mean to derail...but I just had to post this here...

snip:

Astronaut Don Pettit demonstrated the laws of static electricity on Space Station with the help of a water dropper and grandma's sweater maker: knitting needle.

"In Zero-G static electricity walks on water"...

This is amazing...

[link to www.space.com]

Those interested in the Electric Universe may be interested...

I would like to see the same thing done with a spherical object in place of the knitting needle...

Oh and the fall from the heavens is cool also...

Cz

rockon

ps I like the way he says there is not much time for knitting up here...lol

Also wanted to add if that is one reason why there is so much liquid water on Earth...
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How good is that! So many better things to do than fight and blow shit up.

I am always surprised when scientific folk say stuff like "its not a gravitational effect, its a static attraction" - I wonder when the penny will drop and main stream science will accept E.U.T as within that, electrical attraction and gravity are one and the same.

Add ideas within cymatics and a more unified theory of everything starts to emerge. Even music, medicine and biology start to fit in. (amongst many more)

Maybe that's why they keep em separate. More money in it? More control in it?

Love your idea of doing it with a spherical object. A tiny little solar system. These guys do take emails you know. Maybe find some simple, light weight 'bits' and suggest they do it on the next swap over?

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Interesting articles from three sources:

Scientists create Biological Computers out of DNA! Welcome to the Machine. Do you want to be a Bioborg?
Thread: Scientists create Biological Computers out of DNA! Welcome to the Machine. Do you want to be a Bioborg?
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This is Mind Blowing!
- and off-topic -
(NB: Turn down the volume 'cos the music is also blowing your mind - in a negative sense, that is...)


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This is Mind Blowing!
- and off-topic -
(NB: Turn down the volume 'cos the music is also blowing your mind - in a negative sense, that is...)


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Very cool RoXY. There is something similar using fruit on a run way. The student who did it shows the distances apart also. Not of the biiiig stars though. How big is those buggers they show!

Interesting song choice too.

Humbling is a great word to use for the scale of it all. If indeed we are being visited by other races, then amazing that they could find us in such a big universe. Or maybe the scale of it all is irrelivant? Maybe the connections are there, and we just cant find them yet.
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Apparently the Russians did break through prior to leaving Vostok for the winter, and have (40)litres of sample water.

I'm gonna stick with BS on this until I can get my head around the logistis. Nothing adds up.

In the first breaking news story some very unusual terminoligy was used. The word 'LENS' in the sentence, 'a lens in to the lake'. Need to look that word up in context.

In the 'staged' photo of the team, they hold a plaque, and one member happens to cover the date on the plaque with his hand. To me its just a red herring, designed to make folks chase their tales and not concentrate on what really went on there.
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New cosmic ray data casts doubt on common theory

This goes back to last year, but has resurfaced with new data streaming from the PAMELA cosmic ray detector.

"PAMELA (Payload for Antimatter Matter Exploration and Light-nuclei Аstrophysics) is a cosmic ray detector mounted on a Russian earth surveillance satellite which has been collecting data since 2006. Now a group of Italian, Russian, Swedish and German scientists say the data is not in line with the previous theory.

Cosmic rays are steams of particles, mostly electrons, positrons and helium nuclei, with very high energy. Astronomers believe that they come from the remains of stars that go supernova. Such a catastrophic event produces strong magnetic fields, which linger for millennia and can serve as natural particle accelerators, producing cosmic rays.

Scientists studying data gathered by the cosmic ray detector PAMELA say the accepted theory on their origin may need to be corrected or completely eliminated.

In a paper published in Science magazine, the authors say the energy spectrum of the particles detected by PAMELA is too wide for all of them to have come from supernovae. The scientists speculate that at least some of the cosmic rays must have come from different sources somewhere closer to the Solar system. These sources may be stars similar in size to the Sun, but with higher activity, which can produce cosmic rays with lower energy that those produced by supernovae."

How about from anywhere? Our Sun, Saturn etc? the rays might just be communication or energy transmission between worlds. If they only view the subject matter in the context of conventional science, and limited to just ONE discipline, then they will always be stuck. Multidisciplined approaches to the subject matter is the way forward.

Like any topic... SmileyWink


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