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And now it is followed by 'The making of : Battleship'

.. with the RIMPAC and the USS MISSURI ...


OP said : Good day, Mistral told 2us 4 hours ago to be aware that USS Missouri is possibly enroute to outer rim.

We discussed and posted links to RIMPAC :

( ... international exercise Northern Eagle 2012, and the RIMPAC 2012...
Airmen participate in RIMPAC 2010 international maritime exercise ... F-15 Eagles, F-16 Fighting Falcons, KC-135 Stratotankers, HC-130 Hercules and ... )

also 12:40 PM Russia: Navy Plans to Participate in Naval Exercise with NATO
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With RIMPAC the United States Pacific Command seeks to enhance interoperability between Pacific Rim armed forces, as a means of promoting stability in the region to the benefit of all participating nations. The exercises are viewed as key to military readiness,[citation needed] as Pacific Rim nations face several "hot spots" of potential armed conflict


In the movie they have identified a GOLDY-LOCKS PLANET !!!
From Earth every 24hrs a SIGNAL is TRANSMITTED to this planet ... and get a RESPONSE!

(

****** think about what OP said : Deep Space-signals and satellites.

Think also about that for years we have been searching for signals from that deep-space area :

Wiki:
SETI and proposed explorationIn 1960, American physicist Philip Morrison and Italian physicist Giuseppe Cocconi proposed that extraterrestrial civilizations might be using radio signals for communication.[42] Project Ozma, headed by American astronomer Frank Drake, used the Tatel Telescope to search for such signals from the nearby Sun-like stars Epsilon Eridani and Tau Ceti. They were observed at the emission frequency of neutral hydrogen, 1,420 MHz. No signals of intelligent extraterrestrial origin were detected.[43] The experiment was repeated by Drake in 2010, with the same negative result.[42] Despite this lack of success, Epsilon Eridani made its way into science fiction literature and television shows for many years following news of Drake's initial experiment.[44]

In Habitable Planets for Man,
a 1964 RAND Corporation study by American space scientist Stephen H. Dole, the odds of a habitable planet being in orbit around Epsilon Eridani were estimated at 3.3%. Among the known stars within 22 ly, it was listed with the 14 stars that were thought most likely to have a habitable planet.[45]

A new strategy in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) was proposed by American space scientist William I. McLaughlin in 1977. He suggested that widely observable events such as nova explosions might be used by intelligent extraterrestrials to synchronize the transmission and reception of their signals. This idea was tested from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in 1988, which used outbursts of Nova Cygni 1975 as the timer. Fifteen days of observation showed no anomalous radio signals coming from Epsilon Eridani.[46]

Because of the proximity and Sun-like properties of this star, it was considered as one of the targets for interstellar travel by American physicist Robert L. Forward in 1985.[47] The following year, Epsilon Eridani was suggested as one of several targets in the Project Daedalus paper study by the British Interplanetary Society.[48] It has continued to be among the targets of such proposals, as with Project Icarus in 2011.[49]

Based on its location within 2DONT_USE_THIS (7.2 parsecs), Epsilon Eridani was among the target stars of Project Phoenix, a 1995 microwave survey for signals from extraterrestrial intelligence.[50] The project had checked about 800 stars by 2004, but had not yet detected an unimpeachable signal.[51]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


... a magnitude 3.7 star and the most like the Sun of the nearby stars. This yellow dwarf star was one of the first stars to be sent radio signals in case there is life there. It is only 10.5 light years away, so radio signals would take this long to reach it.


A FLUFFY in the Eridani area ?
A Holistic View of the Magnetic Field in the Eridanus/Orion Region [link to iopscience.iop.org]

Quote : "The H emission from the walls of the Eridanus loop exceed that from the Orion nebula itself, and the Eridanus loop is one of 28 such regions seen in an extensive survey by Heiles, Reach, & Koo (1996); such regions are often referred to as chimneys,.. " damned
hmmm interesting ...


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Okay first vid not directly has to do with gulf of mexico

its from beepeeoildister i guess he is known for some


Ocean Plume Seen From The I.S.S.Could Be Leaking Oil/Gas Rig!




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Krispy and 76 great finds and info.


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Banned after my post,
but this afternoon unbanned again ... Yippieh-ka-yeah !
They thought I used link-shortners,
but I didnt, I even didnt know what they were untill I looked it up ...lol..

So here I am again.

bighug to all
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Banned after my post,
but this afternoon unbanned again ... Yippieh-ka-yeah !
They thought I used link-shortners,
but I didnt, I even didnt know what they were untill I looked it up ...lol..

So here I am again.

bighug to all
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Krispy !!!

bighug
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hiya krispy, glad to see ya back hf





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"In the Final days we will look up in our heavens and we will witness the return of the two brothers who helped create this world in the birthing time. In the final days the Blue Star Katchina will come to be with his nephews and they will return the Earth to its natural rotation which is counter clock wise.

"The rotation of the Earth has been manipulated by not so benevolent Star beings . The twins will be seen in our North Western skies.

"The return of the Blue Star Katchina will be the alarm clock that tells us of the new day and new way of life, a new world that is coming. This is where the changes will begin. They will start as fires that burn within us.

" Not far behind the twins will come the The Red Katchina, On this day the Earth, her creatures and all life as we know it will change forever. There will be messengers that will precede this coming.. They will leave messages to those on Earth who remember the old ways.

Quoting Gabe

Thread: F.O.G. (Page 340)

Thought this should be shared for those who haven't seen Gabe's thread.
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Hiya K, agree with 'some' of it LOL! No coincidences.

Anyone seen the 40 million Japanese to be rescued thread elsewhere? Now that is not a coincidence. They all have nicely planned cities to go to. (it's a Sorc ha Fa al entry)

Gives you an idea of the lengths these factions go to, and the planning to make situations appear as natural events.

Liquefaction of Japan's strata would make it slide in to the sea down the trench wall no?

How would you mark where Japan WAS?

A black circle perhaps? (maybe only Fujiyama is left?)


**this is pure speculation and in no way do I intend any malice or disrespect of the Japanese people, or seek to upset anyone.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hiya BHD

hugs
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Banned after my post,
but this afternoon unbanned again ... Yippieh-ka-yeah !
They thought I used link-shortners,
but I didnt, I even didnt know what they were untill I looked it up ...lol..

So here I am again.

bighug to all
 Quoting: Krispy71


Krispy, I'm gonna give you an upgrade when I've saved enough karma points - I guess 8-10 days from now - which will make you immume for bans.
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Howdy all. hf


I'm on a soil liquefaction bent atm. Especially in regards Japan and Baha/Mexico as I think they are linked.

The quarantine map shown in the movie "Monsters" is pretty much the area of Baha Peninsula and Mexico, right through to the GoM that this possibly might occur.

As always many 'hints' in plain site, including the story line of the film. Alien organism 'infests' and takes over a particular area.

I mentioned elsewhere that now some time has passed by, there are events cropping up that seem to tie in with the original story quite well. Back at the height of it all, we were all desperately scrambling to tie just about any event to it. Now they seem to fall more gently in line.

I'll say it again - at the time we were scrabling to connect anything, and we found so much stuff. Then it all seemed to stop. But the 'story' and unfolding events did not stop, so where is the building evidence?

They've had time to cover it up maybe? Omega was used off reservation and DID sort the issue? AUgie IS terraforming the bottom of the GoM? AUgie is not what the original story claimed it was, and has fixed the GoM as best as possible?

The new leaks might point to any or all of those as occuring.

I wont be able to contribute so much here anymore, which is a bit sad for me, but I will certainly be watching, and maybe sending an email to folks who do contribute here.

Certainly not saying buh bye, just zippin it for a while.

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Curiously "Ensenada" falls in that area in Baha .......
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Dont missunderstood me i dont post this video cause i deal with it...ofc not!

Fish with lesions and evidence of contamination. But no link has been found between the sick fish and the oil spill. (April 18)

oh my are they rly so dumb?



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HI IWTB,

I just wanted to post something, and now I see that you posted about the same subject.
Nice :D



Dr Cowan, with Louisiana State University's Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences started hearing about fish with sores and lesions from fishermen in November 2010.
Cowan's findings replicate those of others living along vast areas of the Gulf Coast that have been impacted by BP's oil and dispersants.
Gulf of Mexico fishermen, scientists and seafood processors have told Al Jaz eera they are finding disturbing numbers of mutated shrimp, crab and fish that they believe are deformed by chemicals released during BP's 2010 oil disaster.
Along with collapsing fisheries, signs of malignant impact on the regional ecosystem are ominous: horribly mutated shrimp, fish with oozing sores, underdeveloped blue crabs lacking claws, eyeless crabs and shrimp - and interviewees' fingers point towards BP's oil pollution disaster as being the cause.

Keath Ladner, a third generation seafood processor in Hancock County, Mississippi, is also disturbed by what he is seeing.
"I've seen the brown shrimp catch drop by two-thirds, and so far the white shrimp have been wiped out," Ladner told Al Jazeera. "The shrimp are immune compromised. We are finding shrimp with tumors on their heads, and are seeing this everyday."
While on a shrimp boat in Mobile Bay with Sidney Schwartz, the fourth-generation fisherman said that he had seen shrimp with defects on their gills, and "their shells missing around their gills and head".

... crabs "with holes in their shells, shells with all the points burned off so all the spikes on their shells and claws are gone, misshapen shells, and crabs that are dying from within … they are still alive, but you open them up and they smell like they've been dead for a week".



WOW have a look at this WORD (typical bezerk!): DRACONIAN !

"The dispersants used in BP's draconian experiment contain solvents, such as petroleum distillates and 2-butoxyethanol. Solvents dissolve oil, grease, and rubber," Dr Riki Ott, a toxicologist, marine biologist and Exxon Valdez survivor told Al Jazeera. "It should be no surprise that solvents are also notoriously toxic to people, something the medical community has long known".
The dispersants are known to be mutagenic, a disturbing fact that could be evidenced in the seafood deformities. Shrimp, for example, have a life-cycle short enough that two to three generations have existed since BP's disaster began, giving the chemicals time to enter the genome.
Pathways of exposure to the dispersants are inhalation, ingestion, skin, and eye contact. Health impacts can include headaches, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pains, chest pains, respiratory system damage, skin sensitisation, hypertension, central nervous system depression, neurotoxic effects, cardiac arrhythmia and cardiovascular damage. They are also teratogenic - able to disturb the growth and development of an embryo or fetus - and carcinogenic.
Cowan believes chemicals named polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), released from BP's submerged oil, are likely to blame for what he is finding, due to the fact that the fish with lesions he is finding are from "a wide spatial distribution that is spatially coordinated with oil from the Deepwater Horizon, both surface oil and subsurface oil. A lot of the oil that impacted Louisiana was also in subsurface plumes, and we think there is a lot of it remaining on the seafloor".
Marine scientist Samantha Joye of the University of Georgia published results of her submarine dives around the source area of BP's oil disaster in the Nature Geoscience journal.
Her evidence showed massive swathes of oil covering the seafloor, including photos of oil-covered bottom dwelling sea creatures.




Liars :

BP refused Al Jazeera's request to comment on this issue for a television interview, but provided a statement that read:
"Seafood from the Gulf of Mexico is among the most tested in the world, and, according to the FDA and NOAA, it is as safe now as it was before the accident."
BP claims that fish lesions are common, and that prior to the Deepwater Horizon accident there was documented evidence of lesions in the Gulf of Mexico caused by parasites and other agents.



BLACK RING !! :

According to Felder, there is an even higher incidence of shell disease with crabs in deeper waters.
"My fear is that these prior incidents of lesions might be traceable to microbes, and my questions are, did we alter microbial populations in the vicinity of the well by introducing this massive amount of petroleum and in so doing cause microbes to attack things other than oil?"
One hypothesis he has is that the waxy coatings around crab shells are being impaired by anthropogenic chemicals or microbes resulting from such chemicals.
"You create a site where a lesion can occur, and microbes attack
. We see them with big black lesions, around where their appendages fall off, and
all that is left is a big black ring." Felder added that his team is continuing to document the incidents: "And from what we can tell, there is a far higher incidence we're finding after the spill."


... cause microbes to attack things other than oil ....


[link to www.aljazeera.com]
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Awwwww Roxy that would be a relief !!! That would be great !!
Thank you so much !!!

thankyou
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Howdy all. hf


I'm on a soil liquefaction bent atm. Especially in regards Japan and Baha/Mexico as I think they are linked.

The quarantine map shown in the movie "Monsters" is pretty much the area of Baha Peninsula and Mexico, right through to the GoM that this possibly might occur.

As always many 'hints' in plain site, including the story line of the film. Alien organism 'infests' and takes over a particular area.

I mentioned elsewhere that now some time has passed by, there are events cropping up that seem to tie in with the original story quite well. Back at the height of it all, we were all desperately scrambling to tie just about any event to it. Now they seem to fall more gently in line.

I'll say it again - at the time we were scrabling to connect anything, and we found so much stuff. Then it all seemed to stop. But the 'story' and unfolding events did not stop, so where is the building evidence?

They've had time to cover it up maybe? Omega was used off reservation and DID sort the issue? AUgie IS terraforming the bottom of the GoM? AUgie is not what the original story claimed it was, and has fixed the GoM as best as possible?

The new leaks might point to any or all of those as occuring.

I wont be able to contribute so much here anymore, which is a bit sad for me, but I will certainly be watching, and maybe sending an email to folks who do contribute here.

Certainly not saying buh bye, just zippin it for a while.

smile_kiss
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We should get a freeze-frame of that map in that movie ...

"Alien organism 'infests' and takes over a particular area" -- > just like the BP/Venter BACTERIA infest and take over ... In a plane way Venters's Synthia (and cousins) are ALIEN, coz they have not developed naturally, but are created. If not created they would have never existed in a natural way or manner, so they are Alien to us.

yes BHD at the height we were allll over the place ..lol.. and now we can watch things a bit more relaxed, and yes I also think some things are tried to become masked or disappear/vanish. I think 'the building evidence' is drawned by other MEDIA that is pushed above and in the spotlights, to cover and redirect the attention from things they dont want us to see and understand 'en mass' ...

I agree that AUgie is not what the original story [& teller(s)] wanted us to believe and pick up on. Is AUgie "terraforming" or could she be attempting to "heal" that what is damaged ? (RNA-lifeform)

The question to ask is : Are the new leaks the result of BP, so a sabotage to Earth and Mother Nature ?? .... Or are the new leaks a way of ventilating the building pressure(s) beneath the seafloor, and thus a necessary measure of Mother Nature ???

From the Al jazeerah-article it seems that not the OIL is the cauze of deformations and cancers,
but clearly the USE OF COREXIT.
This could indicate that the "oil-SEEPS and oil-vents" were/are NATURAL occurring and part of the overall change and transformation/adjustment-proces that the Earth [and other planets] is in. It seems that TPTB "used" an opportunity to conduct one of their master-plans and turn/direct the occurrence to their wishes and desired agenda :

By staging a dramatic "well-breakout", they manipulated and worsened a natural ventilation-occurrence ... and created a situation to use their devils-brew COREXIT & the Venter-Bacteria to sabotage the natural way of Adjustment and Transformation [coming with the neutrino-waves] ... The BLACK RING in/on marine life is connected with the Black Ring around and in Japan : A security-measure to assure that the released radiation will contribute to the overall deformities/deformations and dis-ease [thanx to the corexit & co] so that Adjustment and Transformation (with the Galactic) is slowed down, stopped or even reversed.




I will miss your posts BHD !!! :(
Cant you stay ?
Well till Zip then hf

xxxMzK
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Dont missunderstood me i dont post this video cause i deal with it...ofc not!

Fish with lesions and evidence of contamination. But no link has been found between the sick fish and the oil spill. (April 18)

oh my are they rly so dumb?



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Probably not important but, on a bit of a side note....anybody recognize the logo on that guys shirt?
It looks familiar...I've seen it before somewhere...
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Keep in touch BHD
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hi

NSF News releases:


IceCube Neutrino Observatory Provides New Insights Into Origin of Cosmic Rays


Analysis of data from the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a massive detector deployed in deep ice at the U.S. Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica at the geographic South Pole, recently provided new insight into one of the most enduring mysteries in physics, the production of cosmic rays.

[link to www.nsf.gov]


Hybrid Copper-gold Nanoparticles Convert CO2

Now researchers at MIT have come up with a solution that may further reduce the energy needed for copper to convert carbon dioxide, while also making the metal much more stable. A paper detailing the results will appear in the journal Chemical Communications; the research was funded by the National Science Foundation.

[link to www.nsf.gov]

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Krispy, I'm gonna give you an upgrade when I've saved enough karma points - I guess 8-10 days from now - which will make you immume for bans.
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Awwwww Roxy that would be a relief !!! That would be great !!
Thank you so much !!!

 Quoting: Krispy71


Not sure if I still collect those green points as fast as I used to, 'cos the mods closed the 'Green Room' thread.

Anyway, I'll do my best.

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Tnx Roxy hf
Tnx Isis for the info hf



I have found something interesting too.

Remember the TIME-LOOP at the North-pole, the GREY TIME VORTEX that sended/emitted data from the 60's ???

Well the following article is the SOLUTION to this mystery imo :


Magnetic fields can send particles to infinity
[link to phys.org]

Researchers from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM, Spain) have mathematically shown that particles charged in a magnetic field can escape into infinity without ever stopping. One of the conditions is that the field is generated by current loops situated on the same plane.

At the moment this is a theoretical mathematical study, but two researchers from UCM have recently proved that, in certain conditions, magnetic fields can send particles to infinity, according to the study published in the journal Quarterly of Applied Mathematics.

"If a particle 'escapes' to infinity it means two things: that it will never stop, and "something else", Antonio Diaz-Cano, one of the authors, explained to SINC. Regarding the first, the particle can never stop, but it can be trapped, doing circles forever around a point, never leaving an enclosed space.

However, the "something else" goes beyond the established limits. "If we imagine a spherical surface with a large radius, the particle will cross the surface going away from it, however big the radius may be" the researcher declares.

...
Accelerators such as Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) also used magnetic fields to accelerate particles. In these conditions they do not escape to infinity, but they remain doing circles until they acquire the speed that the experiments need.
 Quoting: article



Not only could this be the case [and answer] to the Artic TIME-VORTEX,
but it could also be the case in LAKE VOSTOK !!!


Remember that there is written that below the ice there is a 'HOT-SPOT' ... hypothesis have been made that it could even be radioactive or some other kind of energy-source.

Is it possible that a magnetic field encapsulated and surrounded by ice could generate a "hot"-spot ?

IF particles are indeed 'TRAPPED' in such a place ... doing circles and never leaving this place, but at the same time are quantum connected with infinity [and thus with the past, present, future] .. then the thoughts of BHD could be close to reality !
At this magnetic time-loop, AUgie and/or whatever crystalline-"presence" that is there, is linked to infinity and thus constantly fed with the PURE and ORIGINAL INTENT and BLUEPRINT of its existance! And at the same time it exists in a BUBBLE concealed from the outside environment by these magnetic loops ...

So if THIS is what those researchers -that were traumatized at Lake Vostok- encountered before they were replaced by Special Forces Units, then it could make perfect sense !!!


The question that now arises is this:
At the moment we still have 2 distinctive [magnetic] super-poles > the Arctic and Antarctic.
Speculations have been going that with the coming changes, Earth could develop -for a certain (limited) span of time- multi-poles around the globe, before settling into 2 new super-poles at new locations.
Will these 'new magnetic loops' be of influence on these "Infinity-bubbles" ?
Will more poles create MORE of these BUBBLES ?
What if AUgie plays a role in this ?
What if OIL plays a role in this ? Or magma ? (being magnetic)

Could TPTB want to 'corrupt' the OIL, with Venter's bacteria [under the disguise that they insert the bacteria for better and cheaper collection/production] so that it is less easy to form magnetic fields ??
If we think back to what OP said about the 'INTELLIGENT OIL'/AUgie clusters that seemed to form fields ...

What if this [flocking, magnetic formations] occurrence is linked to necessary changes the Earth and our plane have to go through ?
What if these 'Infinity-loops/bubbles' are needed to help lift up our Terran-energy into the NEXT ENERGETICAL PLANE ?
What if this all is linked to the enhanced level of neutrino particles ?
And to the approaching Galactic Alignment ?

What if THIS EXACTLY is what TPTB want to sabotage ?

Imo, it is a pointing finger that just recently MONSANTO "Buys Leading Bee Research Firm" !!!
Bee's are directly linked to MAGNETICS !!! And isnt it a sign on the wall the Monsanto's pesticides are said to KILL BEE'S ?

[link to naturalsociety.com]
Monsanto, the massive biotechnology company being blamed for contributing to the dwindling bee population, has bought up one of the leading bee collapse research organizations. Recently banned from Poland with one of the primary reasons being that the company’s genetically modified corn may be devastating the dying bee population, it is evident that Monsanto is under serious fire for their role in the downfall of the vital insects. It is therefore quite apparent why Monsanto bought one of the largest bee research firms on the planet.
 Quoting: article Monsanto



Both Venter's "bacteria-Brew's" (like Synthia & cousins) and Monsanto's "genetically engineered/genetically manipulated Brew's" have been linked to severe organ damage and other significant health concerns.
Both Synthia and the bacteria that needed IRON [ADDED IN THE COREXIT] and Monsanto's pesticides and genetically manipulated crops are now linked to influencing MAGNETIC-related species .. like bee's, wales, dolphins, birds, etc all have died or are dieing en mass....
This, to me, is NO COINCIDENCE and directly related.


We, our human and animal body's are made up and responding to MAGNETICAL systems. Electro-magnetics is what's keeping us alive !
And our CHACRA's are nothing more than magnetical INFINITY-BUBBLES/LOOPS !!!
Control over magnetics = control over species and Life itself !
No wonder TPTB are after them !


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xxx MzK

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It's not just monsatan its bayer, du point DOW and the rest of them

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Populations of honey bees and other pollinators have declined worldwide in recent years. A variety of stressors have been implicated as potential causes, including agricultural pesticides. Neonicotinoid insecticides, which are widely used and highly toxic to honey bees, have been found in previous analyses of honey bee pollen and comb material. However, the routes of exposure have remained largely undefined. We used LC/MS-MS to analyze samples of honey bees, pollen stored in the hive and several potential exposure routes associated with plantings of neonicotinoid treated maize. Our results demonstrate that bees are exposed to these compounds and several other agricultural pesticides in several ways throughout the foraging period. During spring, extremely high levels of clothianidin and thiamethoxam were found in planter exhaust material produced during the planting of treated maize seed. We also found neonicotinoids in the soil of each field we sampled, including unplanted fields. Plants visited by foraging bees (dandelions) growing near these fields were found to contain neonicotinoids as well. This indicates deposition of neonicotinoids on the flowers, uptake by the root system, or both. Dead bees collected near hive entrances during the spring sampling period were found to contain clothianidin as well, although whether exposure was oral (consuming pollen) or by contact (soil/planter dust) is unclear. We also detected the insecticide clothianidin in pollen collected by bees and stored in the hive. When maize plants in our field reached anthesis, maize pollen from treated seed was found to contain clothianidin and other pesticides; and honey bees in our study readily collected maize pollen. These findings clarify some of the mechanisms by which honey bees may be exposed to agricultural pesticides throughout the growing season. These results have implications for a wide range of large-scale annual cropping systems that utilize neonicotinoid seed treatments.
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Tnx you Fhirinne hf


clothianidin and thiamethoxam
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- New research by Prof. Vincenzo Girolami of the University of Padova in Italy shows Neonicotinoids in maize kill bees via water droplets. Maize plants grown from pesticide-coated thus seeds pose a danger to bees for several weeks. Once the plants have grown to about 40 cm, they seem to be less hazardous for insects. Prof. Girolamis field trials and lab tests from 2008 both confirm that bees, which drink guttation water with the above-mentioned neonicotinoid concentrations die almost immediately - within 25 minutes.

- Neonicotinoids - The pesticide industry is creating a 'Poisonous Landscape' in which the only thing that will be allowed to live, will be the insecticide-laced crop which brings in the profits. It is a serious ecological report rather than a book for general readers, but all ecologists, beekeepers and bird conservationists should read this description of the coming Ecological Apocalypse www.buzzaboutbees.net 1962 - In "Silent Spring", Rachel Carson gave society a warning about man's addiction to agro-chemicals: "These sprays, dusts, and aerosols are now applied almost universally to farms, gardens, forests, and homes - non-selective chemicals that have the power to kill every insect, the "good" and the "bad", to still the song of birds and the leaping of fish in the streams, to coat the leaves with a deadly film, and to linger on in soil - all this,

- ... French scientists ran experiments with bees dosed on the bug killer and carrying miniature radio transmitters. Results indicate the insecticide affects the bee's brain, preventing it from returning home—an essential skill for the insect. A separate British study showed the neonicotinoids prevented bumblebees from supplying their hives enough food to produce new queens. Fewer flowers and the insect's vulnerability to pathogens are also contributing factors, say outside experts.


With fewer flowers due to less cross-fertilisation by bee's and such, the consumer will more likely BUY Monsanto's GM-seeds to grow in their gardens and for foodproduction.
Damage to the insects and in time also internal damage to the Human-body and organism ..
This is lining up with covert depopulation agenda's !


UNACCEPTABLE Borate of alumina insoluble, also stuck to in the drops, destroy bees and the rest of us.. depopulation agenda...





Is there to find a clear link between Bayer, Monsanto, Venter and these institutions their "CREATIONS"
with iron/metals and magnetic-field disturbances ?
If so,
then its deffenately proves to be bezerk !


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Chemical dispersants are a mixture of various surfactants and solvents. Most dispersants are proprietary, and the complete composition is not often public knowledge. Chemical dispersants used for the cleanup and containment of crude oil toxicity became a major concern after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil crisis in the Gulf of Mexico. During the crisis, millions of liters of chemical dispersants (Corexit 9527 and 9500) were used--the largest known application of dispersants in the field. As of February 2011, 38 peer-reviewed articles were available on the toxicity of 35 different chemical dispersants. Nalco, BP, Shell, and Total Special Fluids manufacture a variety of chemical dispersants. Most notably, Nalco manufactures Corexit 9527 and 9500, and 19 miscellaneous dispersants are manufactured by others. Most studies examined the lethality of the dispersants. Several nonlethal end points were considered, including the effect on predator/prey recognition, enzyme activity changes, effects on hatchability, and the threshold for bradycardia. The animals studied included Daphnia (small planktonic crustaceans), anemones, corals, crustaceans, starfish, mollusks, fish, birds, and rats. Studies in birds and mammals are distinctly lacking. The variety of chemical dispersants, the variability in test methods, and the lack of distinct species overlap between studies make it difficult to compare and deduce which dispersant is most toxic and which is least. Here, we offer some attempt at comparing Corexit 9527 and 9500 (because these have had the largest field application), but significantly more research is needed before clear conclusions can be drawn.
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Chemical dispersants are a mixture of various surfactants and solvents. Most dispersants are proprietary, and the complete composition is not often public knowledge. Chemical dispersants used for the cleanup and containment of crude oil toxicity became a major concern after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil crisis in the Gulf of Mexico. During the crisis, millions of liters of chemical dispersants (Corexit 9527 and 9500) were used--the largest known application of dispersants in the field. As of February 2011, 38 peer-reviewed articles were available on the toxicity of 35 different chemical dispersants. Nalco, BP, Shell, and Total Special Fluids manufacture a variety of chemical dispersants. Most notably, Nalco manufactures Corexit 9527 and 9500, and 19 miscellaneous dispersants are manufactured by others. Most studies examined the lethality of the dispersants. Several nonlethal end points were considered, including the effect on predator/prey recognition, enzyme activity changes, effects on hatchability, and the threshold for bradycardia. The animals studied included Daphnia (small planktonic crustaceans), anemones, corals, crustaceans, starfish, mollusks, fish, birds, and rats. Studies in birds and mammals are distinctly lacking. The variety of chemical dispersants, the variability in test methods, and the lack of distinct species overlap between studies make it difficult to compare and deduce which dispersant is most toxic and which is least. Here, we offer some attempt at comparing Corexit 9527 and 9500 (because these have had the largest field application), but significantly more research is needed before clear conclusions can be drawn.
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You people need to do some research on BP's bio remediation product using the bacteria Pseudomonas stutzuri. It was used in the Gulf as the bacteria eats pure minerals and sulfur based products. but a horrific thing has happened the bacteria has spread to and infected the entire bio system. The horror that is about to play out is going to be beyond comparison. it could literally be an ele for our oceans. The bacteria is so contagious it spreads like wild fire across all cell lines including humans. The little thing in the gulf is about to get much bigger. The bacteria was first discovered at michigan state university and just so happens to be the place where monsanto first invented bt corn and alot of other GMO brands.
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The link between these specific dispersants and pesticides


Chemical dispersants are a mixture of various surfactants and solvents. Most dispersants are proprietary, and the complete composition is not often public knowledge. Chemical dispersants used for the cleanup and containment of crude oil toxicity became a major concern after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil crisis in the Gulf of Mexico. During the crisis, millions of liters of chemical dispersants (Corexit 9527 and 9500) were used--the largest known application of dispersants in the field. As of February 2011, 38 peer-reviewed articles were available on the toxicity of 35 different chemical dispersants. Nalco, BP, Shell, and Total Special Fluids manufacture a variety of chemical dispersants. Most notably, Nalco manufactures Corexit 9527 and 9500, and 19 miscellaneous dispersants are manufactured by others. Most studies examined the lethality of the dispersants. Several nonlethal end points were considered, including the effect on predator/prey recognition, enzyme activity changes, effects on hatchability, and the threshold for bradycardia. The animals studied included Daphnia (small planktonic crustaceans), anemones, corals, crustaceans, starfish, mollusks, fish, birds, and rats. Studies in birds and mammals are distinctly lacking. The variety of chemical dispersants, the variability in test methods, and the lack of distinct species overlap between studies make it difficult to compare and deduce which dispersant is most toxic and which is least. Here, we offer some attempt at comparing Corexit 9527 and 9500 (because these have had the largest field application), but significantly more research is needed before clear conclusions can be drawn.
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Goo gle : enzyme activity changes, bee's, clothianidin and thiamethoxam

- ... and the neonicotinoids Clothianidin, Thiamethoxam, and Dinotefuran. ... Without this enzyme, bees can become more susceptible to infections by ... a wave of honeybee deaths linked to one of the pesticides, clothianidin. .... "Effects of sub-lethal imidacloprid doses on the homing rate and foraging activity of honey bees" ...

- since then (clothianidin, acetamiprid, thiamethoxam, etc.) ... sublethal affects of neonicotinoids include physiological affects that impact enzyme activity leading to ...

- The neonicotinioids (Group 4A) are a relatively new class of insecticides that impact the central nervous system of insects. ...
“Clothianidin is highly toxic to honey bees on an acute contact basis (LD50 > 0.0439 μg/bee). It has the potential for toxic chronic exposure to honey bees, as well as other non-target pollinators, through the translocation of clothianidin residues in nectar and pollen. In honey bees, the affects of this toxic chronic exposure may include lethal and/or sub-lethal effects in the larvae and reproductive effects in the queen” (EPA Fact Sheet on Clothianidin). Documented sublethal affects of neonicotinoids include physiological affects that impact enzyme activity leading to impairment of olfactory memory. Behavioral effects are reported on motor activity that impact navigation, orientation and feeding behavior. Additional research has found that imidacloprid impairs the memory and brain metabolism of bees, particularly the area of the brain that is used for making new memories (Decourtye et al., 2004).
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impact navigation, orientation > We also have seen this with mamal marine-life after exposion to COREXIT and after wave-technology weapons.

Corexit effects on health :
The manufacturer states, "excessive exposure may cause central nervous system effects, nausea, vomiting, anesthetic or narcotic effects. ... you may feel weak, lose concentration and judgment, and experience blurred vision and dizziness.
Exposure can cause headache, dizziness, confusion, lightheadedness, and passing out.
... much of the Corexit in the Gulf is being sprayed from aircraft onto the spill. When sprayed, much of the dispersant lands on the surface of the water. Some mist however, floats into the air, drifting to other sea areas and on land.



Nausea can be an effect of orientation-problems ... dizzyness has relation with orientation and navigation.

Although (seemingly) other ingredients are used, some effects are similar. That made me wonder and might suspect a direct link as proposed in the above posts ...


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You people need to do some research on BP's bio remediation product using the bacteria Pseudomonas stutzuri. It was used in the Gulf as the bacteria eats pure minerals and sulfur based products. but a horrific thing has happened the bacteria has spread to and infected the entire bio system. The horror that is about to play out is going to be beyond comparison. it could literally be an ele for our oceans. The bacteria is so contagious it spreads like wild fire across all cell lines including humans. The little thing in the gulf is about to get much bigger. The bacteria was first discovered at michigan state university and just so happens to be the place where monsanto first invented bt corn and alot of other GMO brands.
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TNX Anonymous Coward 6935527 hf
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Strange, unidentified, man made structure found on the bottom of the Gulf.
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Strange, unidentified, man made structure found on the bottom of the Gulf.
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MC 257 = Macondo
Deep well horizon was at 252.
So its in the vicinity. Maybe it was or is a structure that belonged to the 2 other wells that were abandoned before DWH blew out.

To me it looks more like a sort of structure that was designed to hold something or to build something upon in a later stage ...
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BP blamed for ongoing health problems
20 Apr 2012 14:01

Gulf Coast residents and clean up workers have found chemicals present in BP's oil in their own bloodstreams.

Ocean Springs, Mississippi - Not long after BP's oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico began on April 20, 2010, Lorrie Williams knew something was very wrong with her health.

She began getting frequent headaches, was experiencing shortness of breath, her eyes were burning, and she was having nightmares.

Williams, her husband Bud Waltman, and their ten-year-old son, Noah, have all tested positive for having chemicals in their blood that are also present in BP's oil. Her 25-year-old son has been to the emergency room twice for haemorrhaging blood from his nose, and several of their neighbours also have experienced ongoing respiratory problems.


Her two-year-old granddaughter has been sick constantly.

Williams and Waltman, both crab fishers, live less than a kilometre from the Mississippi coast, and blame the illnesses in their family on exposure to chemicals from BP's oil and the dispersants used to sink it.

"I'm really sick, and I fear that I'm not gonna be here in a year," Williams told Al Jazeera. "There are days that I can't get up, and I can't eat. And I can't do the things that I used to do, with Bubba, and my grandbaby. And Noah. And then I worry about my mom. And I have nothing to leave them but a crab boat and some crab pots."

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Hurry back IWTB76, we will miss you this week while you are moving.


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