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

 
BadHairDay

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Had to post this. Its an amazing way of looking at a connection and idea that I hold dear.

Remember the 'poll on the organism' thread? I put a small update on some thoughts I had, that sway the outcome for me, in one particular direction.

This is a reply by Mud, or a small part of it, regarding connection with our planet. With all the 'as above, so below' connections, I thought it apt.

"I have intuitively felt that the planet is a living being and that we are part of this being in the manner our cells are part of our being, and as in our bodies, when things go wrong, cancer manifests in the uncontrolled growth of cells which poison the body, so too does this happen in our Earth.

By disconnecting with our world we become cancer cells no longer functioning for the good of the whole. No longer providing a Service To Others, but rather a Service To Self.

It is as simple as it is complex." - Mud.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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this sounds a lot like the rumored stillborn dolphins on the gulf coast during dwh

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

very strange

dr
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Oh, this is aweful dr. Is there a connection with food perhaps? Many processed foods and grain fodder contain oil based ingredients.

Interesting that one of the commenters tried to link Fukashima to it. Bit of a stretch, but who knows how that event is extending out in to the world.

England seems to have a lot of these types of livestock incidents. If it's the isolation, you would expect similar in places like NewZealand and the Falklands, which are also large sheep producers. Mad cow's etc, etc, seems to pop up in the UK more than anywhere else.
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HMS Astute finishes her sea trials guess where?

The Gulf of Mexico!! (full circle)

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

So was she fitted out to deal with the events occuring in the GoM?
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HMS Astute finishes her sea trials guess where?

The Gulf of Mexico!! (full circle)

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

So was she fitted out to deal with the events occuring in the GoM?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Should something (uhhh) unusual occur, do you think they would tell us, or come up with some cover story to hide what really happens?

ohno or goodnews

???
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this sounds a lot like the rumored stillborn dolphins on the gulf coast during dwh

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

very strange

dr
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11165008


Oh, this is aweful dr. Is there a connection with food perhaps? Many processed foods and grain fodder contain oil based ingredients.

Interesting that one of the commenters tried to link Fukashima to it. Bit of a stretch, but who knows how that event is extending out in to the world.

England seems to have a lot of these types of livestock incidents. If it's the isolation, you would expect similar in places like NewZealand and the Falklands, which are also large sheep producers. Mad cow's etc, etc, seems to pop up in the UK more than anywhere else.
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there is a good chance that "whatever" in the water traveled from the gulf thru the n. atlantic, to the coast of england

that is wild about the astute

"as·tute/əˈst(y)o͞ot/Adjective: Having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations or people and turn this to one's advantage"

interesting name

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curious...

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Well well, good to see the thread still ticking. And also that we haven't all been blown to smithereens.

Life is good.


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[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

[link to japan-whirlpool.blogspot.com]

indeed

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Well well, good to see the thread still ticking. And also that we haven't all been blown to smithereens.

Life is good.


blwkss
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hi

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Tropical Storm 13S was renamed Hilwa as it continues to track through the open waters of the South Pacific Ocean.
[link to www.nasa.gov]


The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), charged by the United Nations with coordinating global radio spectrum use, recently came to an agreement that will foster improvements in ocean radar technology, which may eventually allow near real-time detection and tracking of tsunamis and prediction of the likely paths of oil spills, ocean debris and persons lost at sea.
[link to www.nsf.gov]
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Pity their name wasnt International Communications Union.

Then they would be - ICU >>> I see you!
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Pity their name wasnt International Communications Union.

Then they would be - ICU >>> I see you!
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You crack me up...

Cz

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Thanks Isis...

Wasn't there something a few pages back about a new bacteria that is eating the plastic from the Japan tsunami??

Maybe they regained control of Cynthia and now it is in all the ocean currents taking readings and sending them to the new satellites sent up last year (I'll see if can find the link)...

Perhaps the grid is coming together and on line...

A tare (disturbance)in the magnetosphere??...

Cz

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Pity their name wasnt International Communications Union.

Then they would be - ICU >>> I see you!
 Quoting: BadHairDay


You crack me up...

Cz

rockon
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11235697


lol, ditto

kinda reminds me of an old saying ...

Saying 14
... Show us the place where you are, for we must seek it.
... Whoever has ears ought to listen. There is light is an enlightened person, and it shines on the whole world. If the light does not shine, it is dark. (Codex ll, pg 37)

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Czar, these aren't what you were talking about, but are related. lol

(the official report)
[link to marinedebrisblog.wordpress.com]
[link to marinedebris.noaa.gov]

this might be in line with what your thinking tho...
[link to www.technovelgy.com]

Plastic-eating Bugs
[link to ec.europa.eu]
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More articles of interest...

History of influence of industrial revolution hidden in glacial ice
[link to www.nsf.gov]

As scientists warn that the Earth is on the brink of a period of mass extinctions, they are struggling to identify ecosystem responses to environmental change.
[link to www.nsf.gov]

NASA Spacecraft Reveals Recent Geological Activity on the Moon
[link to www.nasa.gov]

hf
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Today Enviroment Pollution USA State of Virginia, Mineral [North Anna Nuclear Power Plant]

Tritium emits a weak form of radiation, the NRC said. Because it is produced by cosmic rays colliding with air in the atmosphere, the federal agency said, tritium is found in very small or trace amounts in groundwater throughout the world. Exposure to radiation can have adverse health effects. For instance, radiation doses can increase the chance of getting cancer and causing genetic abnormalities in future generations. "Last Friday, we received confirmation from an outside contractor that tritium at a sample point exceeded the voluntary reporting level established by the nuclear industry in 2006," the company told the NRC on Tuesday.
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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Today Enviroment Pollution USA State of Virginia, Mineral [North Anna Nuclear Power Plant]

Tritium emits a weak form of radiation, the NRC said. Because it is produced by cosmic rays colliding with air in the atmosphere, the federal agency said, tritium is found in very small or trace amounts in groundwater throughout the world. Exposure to radiation can have adverse health effects. For instance, radiation doses can increase the chance of getting cancer and causing genetic abnormalities in future generations. "Last Friday, we received confirmation from an outside contractor that tritium at a sample point exceeded the voluntary reporting level established by the nuclear industry in 2006," the company told the NRC on Tuesday.
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 Quoting: Isis7


original source

[link to www2.timesdispatch.com]

and about tritium

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Tritium has leaked from 48 of 65 nuclear sites in the United States, detected in groundwater at levels exceeding the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drinking water standards by up to 375 times"

dr
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more jelly fish

now in the gulf

[link to www.valleycentral.com]

dr
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more jelly fish

now in the gulf

[link to www.valleycentral.com]

dr
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WTF?

"Anyone who gets stung is asked to remove any part still stuck to their skin and try soothing the sting with meat tenderizer."

... er .. as in bash the crap out of your hand with a wooden mallet? LOL (certainly a novel approach!)
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Thanks Isis...

Wasn't there something a few pages back about a new bacteria that is eating the plastic from the Japan tsunami??

Maybe they regained control of Cynthia and now it is in all the ocean currents taking readings and sending them to the new satellites sent up last year (I'll see if can find the link)...

Perhaps the grid is coming together and on line...

A tare (disturbance)in the magnetosphere??...

Cz

rockon
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Bug munches plastic trash, possibly cleaning oceans29 March, 2011
Nature may have found a way to dispose of the huge amounts of plastic garbage, which has been increasingly accumulating in the oceans. A small bacteria feeding on it has been discovered. This may be a boon or a bane for the aquatic environment.

The bacteria was discovered through electron microscopy on plastic items sampled at the Sargasso Sea, an area in the North Atlantic, where debris tends to stack up due to local currents.

The primitive organisms live in pits in the plastic and appear to feed on it as well, says marine microbiologist Tracy Mincer of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.

"They look like you took a hot barbecue briquette and threw it into snow," Nature News cites Mincer as saying. "You see this melting bit all around the outside of the cells, and they're just burrowing into the plastic."

The specialized bug is not encountered in other environment, like surrounding seawater or seaweed.

Scientists are not yet sure whether these organisms will eventually do more good than harm in dealing with pollution. If their digestion products are environmentally-friendly, then it would mean that nature has found a new way to limit the damage humanity does.

But plastic contains numerous toxins, and the bacteria may be introducing those into the food chain by feeding on it and then becoming food for larger organism.




Was that the one Czar? Was on an RT link.
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Thanks Isis...
I just got home and haven't had time to check all the links yet but am working on it...

hf coffee4 hugs

Yes BHD that was the one I was referring to...

Just how much plastic is in our society today???

And what happens when "it" runs out of plastic??

I guess you eat the source...oil...

Is that why there is no advanced tech left over from ancient civilizations??

And now BP let it back out of the oil through the DWH well in the Gulf?? Could explain where all the methane comes from...

Seems to me that the oil and the "bug" are natural occurring processes with our Earth and possibly a thermostat/regulator, as it were, that could be called upon to clean the toxins produced by "man" and return the surface to its pristine ecosystem...

It's not that man (not gender specific) isn't supposed to be here...But maybe should just be better "stewards" of our Earth...

So if "Gia" doesn't want us to use plastics and/or petroleum product...Then what?? nuclear??

I think not...

So it has to be something simpler "rocks" right??

They have proven the "test of time" on countless occasions...

Cz

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more jelly fish

now in the gulf

[link to www.valleycentral.com]

dr
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WTF?

"Anyone who gets stung is asked to remove any part still stuck to their skin and try soothing the sting with meat tenderizer."

... er .. as in bash the crap out of your hand with a wooden mallet? LOL (certainly a novel approach!)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


You never heard of putting a meat tenderizer solution on a sting? It works well.
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Here in Australia, we just 'piss' on it. Seems to work, and cracks up everyone watching. Especially where mates are concerned.

I miss read the statement - 'meat tenderiser' - is like a powder or something? (bicarb soda based no doubt)

I read it as 'A' meat tenderiser, aka mallet.

Thanks for clarifying! (urine is more portable, LOL)
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Thanks Isis...
I just got home and haven't had time to check all the links yet but am working on it...

hf coffee4 hugs

Yes BHD that was the one I was referring to...

Just how much plastic is in our society today???

And what happens when "it" runs out of plastic??

I guess you eat the source...oil...

Is that why there is no advanced tech left over from ancient civilizations??

And now BP let it back out of the oil through the DWH well in the Gulf?? Could explain where all the methane comes from...

Seems to me that the oil and the "bug" are natural occurring processes with our Earth and possibly a thermostat/regulator, as it were, that could be called upon to clean the toxins produced by "man" and return the surface to its pristine ecosystem...

It's not that man (not gender specific) isn't supposed to be here...But maybe should just be better "stewards" of our Earth...

So if "Gia" doesn't want us to use plastics and/or petroleum product...Then what?? nuclear??

I think not...

So it has to be something simpler "rocks" right??

They have proven the "test of time" on countless occasions...

Cz

SmileyWink
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Maybe we could fashion the rocks in to a specific shape that acts as a transducer, coverting abundant universal energy created by infinate inertia occuring from the atomic level right up to giant spiral galaxies?

If you're on the 'component of Earth' bent, and I tend to agree, then think about how Vostok plays in to this picture?

hf
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Space bacteria found in British river could be new power source for the world

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Bezerk ???? scratching
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From that link :

Bacteria usually found orbiting high above the Earth have been found in a British river - and could be a new power source for the world.
The mysterious organisms, found in the the mouth of the River Wear, in Sunderland, can generate electricity using a special battery called a microbial fuel cell.
The Bacillus stratosphericus - usually found 20 miles above the Earth - is believed to have been brought to the surface by atmospheric cycling, which causes evaporated water rise into the stratosphere and then fall again.



Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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wheres krispy




WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH KRISPY ....?


lol



change of shift bra ?
"People were allways getting ready for tomorrow.I didnt believe in that. Tomorrow wasnt getting ready for them. It didnt even know they were there." Cormac Mccarthy
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Did you say 'bra'?

'cos that's so close to the truth!

(as mentioned a few pages back, she's arguing for rights in the real world, and fighting the good fight.)

Hope yr well O'8. hf

- and where have youuuu been hmmm? LOL

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Space bacteria found in British river could be new power source for the world

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Bezerk ???? scratching
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The devil is in the detail as they say.

In the article they concentrate on 'river waste' and the like as a source of 'food' for the bacteria. But lower down the page they show how the power cell will work, and they show the brown liquid (food) as CH3 C003, which is acetic acid.

It's a major component of vinegar, and a low grade acid mainly used in the food industry. It can be produced from natural fermentation, but most commonly it is sythesised using chemical processes - designed by Monsanto.

It is sythesised from methanol.

As methane occurs all over the world, a portion of the naturally occuring gas naturally makes it to our upper aymosphere, and that is what the little guys live on.

So back here on Earth, whilst the idea is great, the reality is that we would still be using petro chemicals (oil) to feed these guys and in turn create energy.

The bastards make it look nice, when in fact it is all just spin.

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