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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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thought I'd add this, I found it interesting...

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hi guys

[link to www.popsci.com]

just in case you hadnt guessed by now


or hadnt read the glp news .
"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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hi guys

[link to www.popsci.com]

just in case you hadnt guessed by now


or hadnt read the glp news .
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"Deepwater Horizon oil was found in zooplankton up to a month after the Macondo well was finally capped, the study found. Just as other oil spill studies have found, the impacts were patchy - some zooplankton far away from the wellhead showed evidence of contamination, while other plankton close by showed lower levels of exposure.

In any event, traces of oil in these tiny creatures shows they came into contact with the spilled oil, scientists say. Given their importance as a food source for a wide range of animals, this indicates compounds in the oil did work their way into the food chain - and still are."

OK, they cant have it both ways...

Planktons exist from single celled creatures that split in two to reproduce, right up to certain jelly fish types, which live for months.

So, given the time frames .... and admission that the situation is still bearing contaminated zooplankton, effecting the food chain NOW, then it would suggest the oil is still there.

Option one is the gusher is still gushing, Option two is that there are still large amounts of oil in the deeper waters and Option eight is really cool for bringing this to our attention! TX.
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Alert from RSOE:

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

Biological Hazard in USA on Saturday, 24 March, 2012 at 04:33 (04:33 AM) UTC. EDIS Number: BH-20120324-34629-USA

Coordinate: N 29° 23.682, W 89° 56.640


24.03.2012 Biological Hazard USA State of Louisiana, [Coastal regions]

Mass death of animals


verysad
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""We are concerned that many of the Barataria bay dolphins are in such poor health they may not survive." Scientists recorded abnormally low levels of cortisol and other hormones produced by the adrenal gland. Those hormones work together to control immune function, metabolism, and the body's response to stress. "These low levels of hormones suggest adrenal deficiency," Schwacke said, explaining that adrenal issues are also associated with low blood sugar, low blood pressure and heart conditions."

And on another topic.....
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While I was looking through the mountain of emails for Tutu's info, which I'm still looking for, I noticed this NIST release:

NIST Releases Gulf of Mexico Crude Oil Reference Material

[link to www.nist.gov]

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Found it finally! Sorry for the delay.


Check out this very comprehensive article. < snip> Thought you might want to post to BESERK, just to update the situation there.

[link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net]

and the story is backed up here:

[link to phoenixrisingfromthegulf.wordpress.com]

and to check up on the health situation in the gulf states, check out the roundtable here:

[link to blueplague.org]

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Thread: Updated! Breaking: TOTAL and Shell evacuates 2 oil rigs in the North Sea!

"Total evacuates rig in North Sea
03.26.2012 at 19:23. Posted in General

LONDON - A drilling platform of oil company Total off the Scottish coast in the North Sea is wrapped in a large gas cloud. That witnesses reported Monday.

Total previously reported that nearly 240 people were evacuated from the platform because of a leak.

'' At 11 kilometers, people see a cloud of gas rising from the Total-platform, "said Jake Molloy, a British trade union boss who is in contact with staff on platforms in the area. Total declined to comment further on the incident.

According to Molloy gave the wellbore in a while Total problems and needs a new well drilling, to reduce pressure. According to the union, the surgery can be lengthy and may at that time'' a significant amount of "gas leak.

The production on the rig is shut down. The gas leak on the platform, some 240 kilometers east of the Scottish city of Aberdeen is located, was Sunday. The cause of the leak is unknown."
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ocean surface currents around the world.....

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ocean surface currents around the world.....


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12031867


how cool was this

thanx cobber
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How good was that!

All that free motion, pretty consistant too, surprising that they dont set up big wave props to harvest the gyres and run 'free' power generators.

Did you see the big gyre in the centre of the GoM? I still think that's where all the oil still sits.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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@BHD; What is a GYRE? Sounds like a Greek sandwich.
Like a wervelwind? I thought I had a good knowledge of English, or at least I fake it pretty good. That's a new one! :)

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YES! that's it ma-man. A gyre is a term used to describe a swirling pattern in liquid, gas and other non solid matter, even sands. They are usually 'fed' by multiple exterior sources.

Our universe, now that we comprehend 3D, and can represent it mathematecally, and on screens, is almost entirely made up of spirals, swirls, helixes and gyres.

It's the power house, right down to the atomic level.

I must try and get skype working, as I need to hear my mate Hans say virl vind a few times!!! LOL

PS - and it kind a sounds like our planet's name - Gaia!

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hi Hiya Hans and BadHairDay

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Hiya Isis and BHDhi
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this from an ozi newspaper

"Global Campaign for Climate Action pushing 'spin'

by: GRAHAM LLOYD, ENVIRONMENT EDITOR
From: The Australian
March 31, 2012 12:00AM




A GLOBAL lobby group has distributed a "spin sheet" encouraging its 300 member organisations to emphasise the link between climate change and extreme weather events, despite uncertainties acknowledged by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

An "action pack" distributed by Global Campaign for Climate Action said members "shouldn't be afraid to make the connection", despite the sometimes low level of confidence in the official documents of the IPCC. The action pack, which was produced to coincide with the release of the latest full IPCC report into the link between climate change and extreme weather events, rekindled claims that overstating the case damaged the credibility of the science."



and you may wonder why there are man made climate change sceptics and conspiracy theorists.


"What is a GYRE? Sounds like a Greek sandwich." could go down as the funniest quote on the bezerk thread IMOP. 1rof1

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"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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Nuclear Event in Japan on Wednesday, 28 March, 2012 at 05:45 (05:45 AM) UTC.
Base data
EDIS Number: NC-20120328-34685-JPN
Event type: Nuclear Event
Date/Time: Wednesday, 28 March, 2012 at 05:45 (05:45 AM) UTC
Last update: ---
Cause of event:
Damage level: Severe Damage level
Geographic information
Continent: Asia
Country: Japan
County / State: Province of Fukushima
Area: Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

Description
The water level in the containment vessel of the No. 2 reactor at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant is only about 60 centimeters deep, far shallower than previously assumed levels of about four meters, according to Tokyo Electric Power Co. The lower-than-expected water level was discovered for the first time when the power utility used an industrial endoscope to check the crippled reactor's interior on Monday, TEPCO said. According to some experts, it is possible that nuclear fuel that melted through the reactor's pressure vessel and accumulated on the bottom of the containment vessel in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami may not be completely covered in the water. TEPCO said the water temperature in the vessel remained relatively low within a range of 48.5 C to 50 C. The discovery of the unexpectedly shallow water level will not affect TEPCO's judgment that the reactor is in a state of "cold shutdown."
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]


Tutu provided this video link. Thanks Tutu:)



Japan eases Fukushima re-entry ban in some areas
[link to www.bangkokpost.com]
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WO BIST ALLES?

bumpbumpbumpbumpbumpbump

Where did everybody go?
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WO BIST ALLES?

bumpbumpbumpbumpbumpbump

Where did everybody go?
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wtf
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Sorry Hans, I have been in the planning stages for Rapid Fire Coverage once again, as well as modding the Raw Feed Pod Cast Shows, and home activities/changes (had to replace an aide again, hopefully this is resolved now).
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I received a couple of emails on the latest NSF updates, thought you folks would be interested in the subject "matter".


Press Release 12-066
South Pole Telescope Provides New Insights Into Dark Energy and Neutrinos

Neutrinos were thought to be without mass until recently

SPT specifically was designed to tackle the dark-energy mystery. The 10-meter telescope operates at millimeter wavelengths to make high-resolution images of Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation, the light left over from the big bang.

Scientists use the CMB to search for distant, massive galaxy clusters that can be used to pinpoint the properties of dark energy and also help define the mass of the neutrino.

[link to www.nsf.gov]


&


Press Release 12-065
Scientists Find Slow Subsidence of Earth's Crust Beneath the Mississippi Delta

NSF's Directorates for Geosciences and for Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences funded the research.

"The results provide valuable new insights about the factors that affect shorelines and other locations in the Gulf Coast area now and into the future
," says Baerwald.

"The rate of sea-level rise in the 20th century in this region has been five times higher compared to the pre-industrial millennium as a result of human-induced climate change."

Sea level has risen more than eight inches during the past century.

[link to www.nsf.gov]


hf
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Interesting video: [link to www.youtube.com]
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Look, just look...


Thread: Celebrate the start of the 2012 LHC run with LHC experiments! Update: New record collision underway...
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Well, well ...

The Perpetual Ocean 3:33 vid purports to show us that a gyre gave us a closed-circuit in the flow of the GoM waters back in '05-'07.

Not really so, is it?

Back then, the ocean current rose up from the East Coast of South America through the Caribbean, rinsed out the GoM and flowed on up the East Coast of the US creating a warm-water path of flowing water to the English isles.

Only since BP do we have the gyre holding the stink in the Gulf.


How good was that!

All that free motion, pretty consistant too, surprising that they dont set up big wave props to harvest the gyres and run 'free' power generators.

Did you see the big gyre in the centre of the GoM? I still think that's where all the oil still sits.
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Deadly Bacteria Lurk in Deepwater Horizon Tar Balls
04 April 2012

Nearly two years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster gushed millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, tar balls from the spill still turn up on Alabama's shores after storms. Now, one researcher is recommending that people steer clear of these tar balls after studies find them chock-full of potentially deadly bacteria....

ReadMore:
[link to www.livescience.com]
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maybe could be of interest

NOAA provides weekly or biweekly harmful algal bloom condition reports throughout Florida and Texas
[link to tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov]
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Well, well ...

The Perpetual Ocean 3:33 vid purports to show us that a gyre gave us a closed-circuit in the flow of the GoM waters back in '05-'07.

Not really so, is it?

Back then, the ocean current rose up from the East Coast of South America through the Caribbean, rinsed out the GoM and flowed on up the East Coast of the US creating a warm-water path of flowing water to the English isles.

Only since BP do we have the gyre holding the stink in the Gulf.


How good was that!

All that free motion, pretty consistant too, surprising that they dont set up big wave props to harvest the gyres and run 'free' power generators.

Did you see the big gyre in the centre of the GoM? I still think that's where all the oil still sits.
 Quoting: BadHairDay

 Quoting: AC/SC 13791533


Hi South Carolina!! Great to hear from you darl.

I came to the same conclusion, but dont know what to make of it. Do you think the gyre was created by BP or forces working towards creating something in the GoM?

Maybe it's cyclical, or a natural defense mechanism. I dont know.

If HAARP is used to create pressures and weather manipulation, I wonder what tech is used to 'steer' currents and create vortexes and gyres?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Deadly Bacteria Lurk in Deepwater Horizon Tar Balls
04 April 2012

Nearly two years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster gushed millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, tar balls from the spill still turn up on Alabama's shores after storms. Now, one researcher is recommending that people steer clear of these tar balls after studies find them chock-full of potentially deadly bacteria....

ReadMore:
[link to www.livescience.com]
 Quoting: IwantToBelieve76


Yeah, that is interesting IWTB76. I saw the same on T CP, and asked what conclusions we draw from this? Is the bacteria a result of natural forces at work? Artificially created spreads from corexit or what?

On its simplest level it aint good!

A large company called Saphire has just made a very large scale algae production plant in New Mexico for production of synthesised fuels. Is this the first step towards turning the entire GoM in to an algae plant as 6 String Woodie said they would?

Toxify it to the point where no life exists or can be near, close it off at Florida and Mexico, and make one giant algae plant to make fuels not tainted by the organism, or Gaia's defense mechanisms.

Keen to hear any other thoughts on this and AC/SC's comments above.

hf
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sound familiar

[link to formerwhitehat.wordpress.com]

"Around the same time, a hidden bio-tech entity was activated in the Gulf of Mexico, and many nations sent their navy vessels there. The US Navy accidentally sank a French submarine, thinking it was a Draco ship. The alien technology, part living matter and part robotic tech, is beginning a terra-forming operation to change the compound make-up of the ocean and air in the Gulf"

hhhmmmm.....
and WTF!!!

dr
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I think that is what NexEd describes as circular logic....

He often cites a couple of well known conspiracy writers who do this, and the effects in google searches seems to make it look like multiple sources are at play.
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hi

Hiya BHD,

tell the misses hi too:)


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I think that is what NexEd describes as circular logic....

He often cites a couple of well known conspiracy writers who do this, and the effects in google searches seems to make it look like multiple sources are at play.
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Yes, I run into that from time to time. Think you are following hot news, and it all leads back to the same source. After a couple of hours of digging, you look back at notes and say to yourself: "DAFUQ?"
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