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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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It's all about the 'vibe'
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MICROBES and CLAY !!!
Japan ...
... and ? AUgie ? ...



Buried microbes exist at limit between life and death
[link to www.newscientist.com]


SNIPS

the microbes deep beneath the Pacific ocean take inactivity to new heights. They are so slow on the uptake of nutrients from their environment that they barely classify as alive. Their very existence could help define the limit between life and death.
Paradoxically, though, they may also be among the oldest living organisms on Earth.

The clay just 30 metres below the seafloor was deposited 86 million years ago, almost 20 million years before Tyrannosaurus rex graced the Earth.
That clay contains so little energy in the form of nutrients that it should be incapable of supporting a living community.

... Røy's team found that carbon is so limited that the cells respire oxygen 10,000 times slower than bacteria in lab-grown cultures.
... the metabolic rates so low, that the nutrient levels probably represent the bare minimum required to keep cellular enzymes and DNA working.

Yuki Morono at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology in Nankoku, Japan, recently studied similar low-energy microbial communities below the Pacific seafloor near Japan. Under a microscope, he says, the microbes show few signs of life. "They appear to be dead by our time scale." ... "Their lives are just very slow compared with ours," he says.

Because of their remarkably slow metabolic rates, individual cells may have extremely long life spans, says Røy. The cells Morono's team examined looked intact, yet it would take each of them hundreds or thousands of years to generate enough energy to go through cell division and produce daughter cells. That means some of Morono's cells could be thousands of years old.

Røy says his cells could be older still. Elsewhere on Earth, life is primarily concerned with building up enough energy to fuel reproduction. In extremely energy-poor communities, though, reproduction makes less sense because it creates new rivals that also need to feed. "If you can just barely meet your energy requirement, then it is suicide to divide into two," he says. He thinks it makes more sense for the cells to use the energy they gather to repair cellular molecules that have been damaged over centuries of use instead of fuelling cell division.

... "It is safe to say that we do not know anything about the adaptations to low energy life that these organisms might have – only the thermodynamic limits which constrains them."


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John Travolta just went beserk in the Gulf of mexico and sunk a French submarine
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John Travolta just went beserk in the Gulf of mexico and sunk a French submarine
 Quoting: Frangas non Flectes


No sweat, he does that all the time...
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I agree we must dig, dig, dig to comprehend.

Just know that when I said that statement that I was in no way endorsing drilling, fracking, etc., anything damaging. We need to respect the earth.

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My girl friend has a D.E.D link on her laptop from the French Embassy. (She works at the embassy)

Crazy traffic on DED
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Archetype - Center Of Orion Nebula

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My girl friend has a D.E.D link on her laptop from the French Embassy. (She works at the embassy)

Crazy traffic on DED
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O my God, that's so 2011!

For your information: most of us had that link too.

Nothing cute, nothing fancy.
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Metastable Material: Study Shows Availability of Hydrogen Controls Chemical Structure of Graphene Oxide

A new study shows that the availability of hydrogen plays a significant role in determining the chemical and structural makeup of graphene oxide, a material that has potential uses in nano-electronics, nano-electromechanical systems, sensing, composites, optics, catalysis and energy storage.

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Graphene oxide is formed through the use of chemical and thermal processes that mainly add two oxygen-containing functional groups to the lattice of carbon atoms that make up graphene: epoxide and hydroxyl species. The Georgia Tech researchers began their studies with multilayer expitaxial graphene grown atop a silicon carbide wafer, a technique pioneered by Walt de Heer and his research group at Georgia Tech. Their samples included an average of ten layers of graphene.

[link to gtresearchnews.gatech.edu]

This is at Georgia Tech.
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Richer parasite diversity leads to healthier frogs, says new CU study

The new study showed when the chorus frogs were exposed to all six trematode types simultaneously, the infection success rate was 42 percent lower than for frogs exposed to only a single species of parasite. “Our results show increases in parasite diversity consistently cause a decrease in infection success by the most virulent parasite,” said Johnson of the ecology and evolutionary biology department.
[link to www.colorado.edu]

Lordy, I hope they don't get the idea of trying multiple crap with our health too. Aren't they always trying things on the little critters before they move it on up the line so to speak? You would think somebody in command would be willing to morally say "no way that's gonna happen"

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Thousands of Mozambique Tilapia fish found dead on the river banks at Hatvalan, India


The fish apparently died because of thick blackish water flowing in the river bed. Ironically, Mozambique Tilapia is considered as one of the most resilient species of fish, known to withstand unfriendly environmental conditions.

Dr Ashok Rasage, taluka medical officer of Daund, said, “For a week, large numbers of fish were found on the river banks. We have sent them and the samples of water to the state health laboratory and are waiting for the lab report.”

Dr Sudhakar Kokane, district health officer, also confirmed the incident but said he would get more information from officials.

For activists though, the matter is of serious concern. Ankush Kotwal of Shetkari Sanghtana, said, “The chemical effluents from nearby factories which manufacture sulphuric acid enter the river directly. Also, the Pune Municipal Corporation(PMC) does not treat the sewage water and instead releases it directly into the river. This has caused havoc on the aquatic life here.”


[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

Tragic

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Scientists have found more than 150,000 sites in the Arctic where methane is seeping into the atmosphere

The new study is one of the first to map methane seeps over large areas.

Scientists documented the seeps they found, using carbon-dating to determine the age of methane released at the sites. Seep sites in Alaska tended to occur where permafrost is thawing or at the edges of receding glaciers. In Greenland, the scientists found seeps in places where glaciers have retreated over the past 150 years, since the end of the Little Ice Age. The researchers calculate that methane seeps in Alaska alone are releasing 250,000 metric tons of methane into the atmosphere each year, 50 to 70 percent more than previously estimated.

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

Anybody know if there is a smilie that scratches it's head?

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Fukushima disaster is 'nuclear war without a war'


Though the devastation was not delivered in one fell swoop via an atomic bomb, radioactive elements from Fukushima continue to be quietly delivered through air and ocean currents to soils, drinking water supplies, farms, lawns, children's playgrounds, airplanes and countless other sources. Products made with elements and materials that have been contaminated with radiation, particularly in Japan, are also exposing untold thousands, if not millions, of people to dangerous levels of nuclear radiation.
[link to www.naturalnews.com]
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Spitzer: Cygnus X Marks the Spot
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Can HAARP manipulate time?
Well according to physicist Dr.Fran De Aquino it can, especially once the HAARP Network is completed... that is when the Antarctic facilities are finished.

A brilliant physicist published a revolutionary paper citing 30 other scientific papers that reveal HAARP has incredible powers far beyond what most investigators of the high frequency energy technology suspect. Dr. Fran De Aquino asserts a fully functional HAARP network, activated globally, can not only affect weather and geophysical events, but influence space and gravity…even time itself! Now the network is almost complete with the activation of the newest HAARP facilities at the bottom of the world: the desolate and alien Antarctic. Will the masters of HAARP become the masters of time too?

The most dangerous man alive?

Factions of three of the largest governments in the world—the United States of America, the Russian Federation, and the Peoples Republic of China—may be cutting orders to eliminate a man who they see as one of the most dangerous in the world. No, he's not the world's most hunted multi-national terrorist, nor even a mad scientist with a new virus that can wipe out humanity.

The most dangerous man in the world may be Brazilian physicist Dr. Fran De Aquino.

De Aquino hasn't developed a death ray or obtained secret launch codes to the world's nuclear missiles. He's done something potentially much worse: he's spilled the scientific and technological beans of the greatest secret in the world: the ultimate purpose of HAARP.
HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) now has installations criss-crossing the world and extends from pole-to-pole. The Antarctic facilities are near completion.

De Aquino, whose paper High-power ELF radiation generated by modulated HF heating of the ionosphere can cause earthquakes, cyclones and localized heating, lifts the veil hiding the HAARP wizards—and unlike the erstwhile Wizard of Oz, the HAARP wizards have some real power at their disposal.

The physicist's scholarly work—citing 30 other scientific papers, many peer-reviewed—reveals much more than the incredible title the paper promises.

HAARP can manipulate gravity

Most researchers of HAARP suspected for some time that the technology can trigger earthquakes and ignite hurricanes. De Aquino's paper tends to confirm those suspicions, but goes farther.

Utilizing high frequencies, he says, HAARP can modify, even control gravity by blocking gravity waves locally.

De Aquino claims heavy objects can be moved, even transported by creating "gravitational shieldings." But, the scientists stresses, HAARP can do even more.

The ELF technology can generate "Gravitational Shielding Mantles which are made by layers of high-dielectric strength semiconductor sandwiched by two metallic foils and insulation layers. The Gravitational Shielding Mantle can be made so that it is only 1 millimeter in thickness."

De Aquino's contention is actually supported by the experiments of another physicist, Dimitriou Stavros from the TEI-Athens, Deptartment of Electrical Engineering in Greece. Stavros successfully demonstrated an electromagnetic interaction with the gravity field.
Yet, most astounding of all, De Aquino asserts that the ultimate power of HAARP is its capability to warp time.

Time dilation, a relativistic effect described in Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, is created by mass approaching the speed of light and affecting gravity by warping space-time.

HAARP can control space and time

De Aquino's paper shows that when subjected to a uniform ELF electromagnetic field, mass can be transitioned to a different time relative to outside observers. It is done artifically and at will.

The analogy he draws envisions an ocean going vessel. He explains the ship "...is made of steel. When subjected to a uniform ELF electromagnetic field, with intensity and frequency the ship will perform a transition in time to another time. It is important to note that the electromagnetic field, besides being uniform, must remain with the ship during the transition to the new time. If it is not uniform, each part of the ship will perform transitions to different times in the future. In order for the electromagnetic field to remain with the ship, it is necessary that all the parts, which are involved with the generation of the field, stay inside the ship. If persons are inside the ship they will perform transitions to different times in the future because their conductivities and densities are different."

Remarkably, that is almost the exact scenario described by the alleged witness Carl Allende of the Philadelphia Experiment. Now widely regarded as a fabricated story, the early 1940s U.S. Navy experiment allegedly codenamed Project Rainbow never actually took place.

Believers of the story, however, claim that famed inventor and electrical genius Nikola Tesla assisted in the experiment that involved a naval escort vessel named the USS Eldridge. The purpose was to create invisibility, but ended tragically when the ship was spatially transported and parts of it were trapped in temporal anomalies.

It's strongly suspected that much of the HAARP technology is Tesla's work—updated and improved—and built upon the latest 21st Century scientific knowledge.

So, just what will HAARP be used for? Weather wars? Triggering geophysical events? Manipulation of gravity? Warping space-time? Some think the technology is already driving people mad.

The most dangerous man alive, Dr. Fran De Aquino, claims it's all of the above.

If you search for "Antarctic HAARP activation" there's more
on this.


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Mystery of beachgoer's flaming rocks remains unsolved
[link to www.latimes.com]

Image of the rocks :
[link to www.latimes.com]

The case of an Orange County woman severely burned after rocks collected last weekend from San Onofre State Beach ignited in her pocket has puzzled scientists, who say they've never seen anything like it and aren't quite sure how it happened.
Her children collected rocks, including two that were distinctive — one was large and a marbled gray; the other much smaller and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle green.
Both of the beach stones were streaked and flecked with bright orange.
The mother put the rocks in her right pocket and went home. Then they suddenly ignited.
Witnesses reported seeing flames coming from her shorts. She had second- and third-degree burns from her right knee to her right thigh, with second-degree burns on her hands. Her husband also had burns on his hands from trying to help her.

The Orange County Health Care Agency examined the two rocks, and tests revealed a "phosphorous substance" on the rocks, which now have been sent to a state laboratory for further testing, said Tricia Landquist, an agency spokeswoman.
That discovery, however, has only added to the mystery.

Scientists wondered: How does a chemical like phosphorus wind up on a Southern California beach? And why did a substance so volatile not burst into flames sooner?
James Earthman, a professor of chemical engineering and material science at UC Irvine, had a few possibilities: The inorganic chemical could have come from a passing ship or from nearby Camp Pendleton. And the reason for the delayed combustion could be because the rocks were still wet and didn't ignite until they were dry — and, he noted, we don't know what else could have been in the woman's pockets.



First thing that came in my mind was : Corexit ...
Was there corexit used in the San Diego area ?



While searching for answers I came accross this article that is about OSE II a non-toxic alternative for the very toxic Corexit.
[link to oilandgasleaks.wordpress.com]

The bezerk thing in it is that the Officials insisted to use Corexit above and in the waters and 5000ft down.

snip:
"What is really sad is that we can’t get approval to apply a proven bioremediation product (OSE II) to truly clean it up. Corexit plus MC252 DWH Oil is a cancer causing combination of chemical compounds which is quite contrary to the premise and purpose of the Clean Water Act,” said a Gulf Rescue Alliance spokesperson Susan Aarde."
Given that the amount of dispersants applied in the Gulf was unprecedented–1.84 million gallons, both on the surface and injected 5000ft down – the affects are unknown and still being studied.


This above documents and is an argument that the COREXIT CONTAINS SOMETHING SPECIAL which they wanted or [thought they] needed to 'fight' something ... ??? AUgie ??? ....



An other thing I didnt know about corexit is that it has to SINK 45% OF THE OIL IN 30 MINUTES !

snip: “The toxic dispersants add absolutely nothing to EFFECTIVE RESPONSE.
There is no scientific basis for it, and their use violates The Clean Water Act, EPA’s charter and common sense. All stakeholders continue doing the same thing over and over again, with the exact same negative outcome—although the EPA calls the toxins in dispersants’ reasonable tradeoffs’, Corexit and dispersants like it, have a horrible track record”, said Steven Pedigo, CEO OSEI.

Corexit’s label clearly states it can cause kidney failure and death and the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) specifically warns, “Do not contaminate surface water” with it. Additionally, toxicity testing in regards to marine species shows little tolerance by all forms of sea life; thus, applying it on spills as a preferred response method increases the toxicity of the spilled oil on which it is used,” Pedigo emphasized.

Dispersants are gaining a justifiable reputation for exacerbating an ocean spill’s problems by sinking the oil into the water column where 60% of marine species live, adversely effecting their ability to survive. Fears now exist that the entire food chain may be threatened by large quantities of Corexit dispersant used on the Gulf spill. One less known fact is that (per US EPA official guidelines) for a dispersant to be deemed effective, it must sink 45% of the oil within 30 minutes.



They used OSE II in San Diego :
snip : "... in 2003 and a presentation attended by several EPA officials where they were given first hand reports and scientific documentation on results with OSE II on 100’s of spill clean ups performed by the US Navy in San Diego Bay, California, USA."


Wierd to the outside-world....
but not to us, this underlines the Bezerkness of the use of COREXIT :
snip:
In June of 2011 the Department of Interior released a test conducted on the effectiveness of dispersants compared to the OSE II product finding its ability to actually clean up a spill (not sink it) was exceptional. [ii] “Since the EPA did not seem interested in finding an alternative for toxic dispersants, we decided to seek pre-approval through the DOI since they themselves preformed the testing showing dispersants to be questionable in truly remediating a spill”, commented Pedigo.

In a conference call on April 16th 2012 between EPA Regional Response Team 6 Officials (Steve Mason, Jim Staves, Ragan Broyles) and OSEI CEO who requested the use of OSE II on the recent Shell Oil Spill in the Gulf, no consensus could be reached. According to Pedigo, who has been demanding an in-writing response to his formal pre-approval request from RRT 6 for more than a year, one of the conference call participants’ said: “we cannot come up with a reason not to use OSE II”.


Microbes eating OIL ... or eating DISPERSANTS !!!!
[link to articles.latimes.com] Mervin Fingas, a retired scientist with the Canadian government, said that of roughly 40 biodegradability studies he surveyed between 1997 and 2008, about 60% said dispersant retarded growth of oil-eating microbes and 15% reported no effect. The remaining 25% noted a positive effect.
But positive findings are open to interpretation. At a 1999 oil spill conference, researchers reported that microbial populations dining on oil treated with the dispersant Corexit 9500 (used by BP in the gulf) grew more than seven times as large as those eating oil dispersed physically, suggesting the bacteria were helping.
Yet a comprehensive 2005 review of dispersants by the National Research Council concluded that the healthy bacterial growth in such studies could easily be due to microbes feeding on dispersant, not oil. “There is no conclusive evidence demonstrating either the enhancement or the inhibition of microbial biodegradation when dispersants are used,” the 12 authors wrote.

Some confusion comes from the diversity of dispersant formulas, Fingas said. Some contain chemicals that bacteria prefer to digest. Others block the ability of some microbes to attach to oil droplets and start feeding on the hydrocarbons.




Now,
HOW DO WE COME TO LINK THE PHOSPHORUS STONES WITH COREXIT ?


First this snip tells us that there is now a dispersant with microbes that eat the OIL ASWELL as the DISPERSANT !
Second this snip tell that Craig Venter is involved ...
Third it tells that although these marine-dwelling bacteria eat the hydrocarbons, they EMIT Co2 !!!! ADDING to the Greenhouse-effect ! (= so a KEY-reason to use it when a "Co2-rise scenario" is wanted !!! The more bacteria eating, the more Co2 gasses in the atmosphere !!!)
Fourth, they tell a contradiction : All info sais that dispersants have been used to keep the OIL from the surface away, and sinking/or keeping the oil to the seafloor, so that surface-life is affected less by the toxins of the dispersant used. But in this article they say that the metabolism of the bacteria is slowed by every drop in temperature of 10 degrees ... meaning > a lot of fast eating/digesting bacteria at the warm almost oil-less surface, and just very slow digesting/eating bacteria at deeper depths were MOST of the OIL IS !

And then , fifth, there is the use of PHOSPHORUS ... as a FERTILISER !!!!
Used in Alaska with the EXXON Valdez-spill.
Now stones might have taken up this phosphor in and on their body's in the 2 decenia since the accident happened ... But could these stones have traveled to San Diego ? Or was PHOSPHORUS also used as a fertiliser in the waters off-shore of California ???

My gut told me corexit was the link, and in first sight it didnt made sense .. until PHOSPHORUS was mentioned as a FERTILISER for the bacteria in dispersants like Corexit and others !!!

Remember the ORANGE GHOO on the sea-surface ??
Some of us thought it was AUgie-pooh ... but it could have been the result of the chemical reactions by PHOSPHORUS ! And WHY BP wanted to BURN the RESIDU OFF !! > To hide (phosphorus) evidence !!!??
The ORANGE on the STONES made me think immediately of the ORANGE-GHOO on the GOM seawater, and seen at the BOP !!!

The sixth point I want to highlight is the mention of these bacteria being CLEVER and though and able to EAT NAILS. We have seen the 'BP spill live feed-vids' where BeePeeGuy (if that name is correct) said seeing little things [bacteria] EAT THROUGH STEEL ... and then a few weeks later we found that article that the Titanic's steel was eaten by bacteria .. It all winds up together.



Slick Solution: How Microbes Will Clean Up the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill [link to www.scientificamerican.com]

1` "If the oil is in very small droplets, microbial degradation is much quicker," says microbial ecologist Kenneth Lee, director of the Center for Offshore Oil, Gas and Energy Research with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, who has been measuring the oil droplets in the Gulf of Mexico to determine the effectiveness of the dispersant use. "The dispersants can also stimulate microbial growth. Bacteria will chew on the dispersants as well as the oil."

2` For decades scientists have pursued genetic modifications that might enhance these microbes' ability to chew up oil spills, whether on land or sea. Even geneticist Craig Venter forecast such an application last week during the unveiling of the world's first synthetic cell, and one of the first patents on a genetically engineered organism was a hydrocarbon-eating microbe, notes microbiologist Ronald Atlas of the University of Louisville.

3` Just like your automobile, these marine-dwelling bacteria and fungi use the hydrocarbons as fuel—and emit the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) as a result. In essence, the microbes break down the ring structures of the hydrocarbons in seaborne oil using enzymes and oxygen in the seawater.

4` Already, measurements of oxygen depletion of as much as 30 percent in the Gulf of Mexico seawater suggest that the microbes are hard at work eating oil. "I take the 30 percent depletion of oxygen in water near the oil as indicating bacterial degradation," Atlas says.
That happens best near the surface, whether at land or sea, where warm-water bacteria such as Thalassolituus oleivorans can thrive; colder, deeper waters inhibit microbial growth. "Metabolism slows by about a factor of two or three for every 10 degree[s] Celsius you drop in temperature," notes biogeochemist David Valentine of the University of California, Santa Barbara, ... "The deeper stuff, that's going to happen very slowly because the temperature is so low."
Unfortunately, that's exactly where some of the Deepwater Horizon oil seems to be ending up. "They saw the oil at 800 to 1,400 meters depth," says microbial ecologist Andreas Teske ...

5` It is possible to add fertilizers, such as iron, nitrogen and phosphorus, to stimulate the growth of such bacteria, an approach used to speed up microbial activity in the sediment along the Alaska coast after the Exxon-Valdez spill. ...

But sediment, whether the muck of Louisiana marshland or the deep ocean seafloor, suffers from a dearth of oxygen. That means it's up to anaerobic microbes—ancient organisms that live via sulfate rather than oxygen—to do the dirty work of consuming the spill. "What occurred in 10 days aerobically, took 365 days to occur anaerobically," says Atlas ... "The heavy components are sinking to the sediment and forming an oily or tarry carpet or getting buried. Then they are much harder to degrade." Such anaerobic environments can develop locally in the seawater itself, thanks to a ready supply of oil and blooming microbes eager to devour it. In deepwater, where there's less mixing with the surface waters to provide fresh supplies of oxygen, a dead zone may result. ... At the same time, the addition of 130,000 gallons of dispersants deep beneath the surface is having uncertain effects; it may even end up killing the microbes it is meant to help thanks to the fact that Corexit 9527A contains the solvent 2-butoxyethanol, which is a known human carcinogen and toxic to animals and other life. But the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and others are monitoring whether adding such dispersants ends up boosting microbe-growth and hence dangerously depletes oxygen levels, among other potential environmental ill effects.
... "in the Gulf of Mexico, the amount of oil is simply too big. The oil gets dispersed but there is not enough [nitrogen] and [phosphorus] to feed bacterial growth."

6` Ultimately, it is only microbes that can remove the oil from the ocean. "In the long run, it's biodegradation that removes most of the oil from the environment in these situations," Lee says. Or, as Joye puts it, "They're clever, they're tough, they can basically eat nails…. The microbes have to save us again."
Regardless, the oil will linger in the environment for a long time. The microbes break down hydrocarbons in "weeks to months to years, depending on the compounds and concentrations—not hours or days," Atlas notes. "Much of the real tar or asphalt compounds are not readily subject to microbial attack…. Tar tends to persist. Asphalt tends to persist." Adds Valentine: "We wouldn't make roads out of them if the bacteria ate them."



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And as with 9/11 this 3/11 GOM disaster was TESTED years before :

Project "Deep Spill"
[link to www.boemre.gov]

A joint industry project (JIP) was formed between the MMS and 23 different oil companies to conduct this research. The project consisted of an experimental release of oil and gas conducted in June 2000 off the coast of Norway. Mixtures of crude oil and natural gas, diesel oil and natural gas, as well as only natural gas were released at approximately 800 meters water depth. The goal was to simulate a blowout or pipeline rupture in deep water and obtain data to verify the predictions of a deep water blowout model being developed under a separate contract. In another, related, research project, experiments were conducted in a simulated deep ocean environment created in a high pressure chamber located at the University of Hawaii.

Remember the vids where we were believed to watch the GOM blow-out live, and that we saw a DOOR BEING OPENED in the reflection of the monitor, and a person stepping into a room !!! This was no feed from a ROV-camera !! This could have been video-snips from such a experimental simulation chamber in Hawaii or elsewhere !
I remember many people saying that it had to be filmed at an other location coz the BOP and blow-out LOOKED different then the live-one at DWH in the GOM!

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Of course hydrothermal vents also deposit a deal of phosphorus

[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]

But the waters around San Diego also contain a lot of this nutrient/element.
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HI Cosmos, great post !!!!
I will go deeper into it later today :)



@ Isis,
I will look into your stuff also, great info gurly !!


This was mailed to me by Tutu:

[link to www.latimes.com]

Crystals can help predict volcano eruptions, scientists say
Research on Mt. St. Helens links the movement of underground magma to warning signs such as earthquakes and gas emissions.



hf to ya all !!!
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"They're clever, they're tough, they can basically eat nails…."

are we sure the comment was ment that it eats steel, or is it nails as in finger/toe?

think of it, maybe that shit disolves your flesh, hence the "flesh eating bacteria"

all the mutations in the dead GOM animals

[link to www.aljazeera.com]

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]

[link to www.foxnews.com]

this could continue to degrade the gulf for decades
then when the dead shuff hits the bottom

algee bloom's (red tide)

and i just gotta go bibletard for a second

"The second angel sounded his trumpet, and something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, 9 a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed.

Cross references:Revelation 8:8 : Jer 51:25Revelation 8:8 : S ver 7Revelation 8:8 : Rev 16:3Revelation 8:9 : S ver 7"

and the first trumpet fits DWH

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Yes DR,
I also thought about melanin-containing nails ....
Makes perfect sense.

But the steel-eating bacteria also made sense :)


Tnx for your contribution hf
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RE: So Obama is giving away part of Alaska to Russia???


[link to www.pakalertpress.com]

Less than 50% of article as per rules here, read it all at the link above..

''Obama’s State Department is giving away seven strategic, resource-laden Alaskan islands to the Russians. Yes, to the Putin regime in the Kremlin.
The seven islands in the Arctic Ocean and Bering Sea include one the size of Rhode Island and Delaware combined. The Russians are also to get the tens of thousands of square miles of oil-rich seabed’s surrounding the islands. The Department of Interior estimates billions of barrels of oil are at stake.
The State Department has undertaken the giveaway in the guise of a maritime boundary agreement between Alaska and Siberia. Astoundingly, our federal government itself drew the line to put these seven Alaskan islands on the Russian side. But as an executive agreement, it could be reversed with the stroke of a pen by President Obama or Secretary Clinton.
The agreement was negotiated in total secrecy. The state of Alaska was not allowed to participate in the negotiations, nor was the public given any opportunity for comment. This is despite the fact the Alaska Legislature has passed resolutions of opposition – but the State Department doesn’t seem to care.''
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OOps! Better link here...


[link to www.pakalertpress.com]
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This sounds Bezerk !

Thus Obama aligning with the ODESSA colored Putin ...
(Medvedev is more on the side with China ...)

seven islands in the Arctic Ocean and Bering Sea ! ---> BHD is gonna love this article ;)

The Russians are also to get the tens of thousands of square miles of oil-rich seabed’s surrounding the islands. ---> AUgie related ????

The agreement was negotiated in total secrecy.


This above and whole thing needs some closer investigation ;)

xxxMzK

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hi

Toxic mercury, accumulating in the Arctic, springs from a hidden source

Harvard study finds circumpolar rivers most responsible for high levels of mercury in the Arctic

"The Arctic is a unique environment because it's so remote from most anthropogenic (human-influenced) sources of mercury, yet we know that the concentrations of mercury in Arctic marine mammals are among the highest in the world," says lead author Jenny A. Fisher, a postdoctoral fellow in Harvard's Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group and the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS). "This is dangerous to both marine life and humans. The question from a scientific standpoint is, where does that mercury come from?"

Mercury enters the Earth's atmosphere through emissions from coal combustion, waste incineration, and mining. Once airborne, it can drift in the atmosphere for up to a year, until chemical processes make it soluble and it falls back to the ground in rain or snow. This deposition is spread worldwide, and much of the mercury deposited to Arctic snow and ice is re-emitted to the atmosphere, which limits the impact on the Arctic Ocean.

"That's why these river sources are so important," says Fisher. "The mercury is going straight into the ocean."

The most important rivers flowing to the Arctic Ocean are in Siberia: the Lena, the Ob, and the Yenisei. These are three of the 10 largest rivers in the world, and together they account for 10% of all freshwater discharge to the world's oceans. The Arctic Ocean is shallow and stratified, which increases its sensitivity to input from rivers.
[link to www.seas.harvard.edu]

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Thread: Source: “Real” mystery black substance NOT yet measured — Possibly 20,000,000 Bq/kg of cesium
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I've seen this thread for a long time but never clicked it. WTF is it about?
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I've seen this thread for a long time but never clicked it. WTF is it about?
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I've seen this thread for a long time but never clicked it. WTF is it about?
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In a nutshell?

It's about something that went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. :)
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They used OSE II in San Diego :
snip : "... in 2003 and a presentation attended by several EPA officials where they were given first hand reports and scientific documentation on results with OSE II on 100’s of spill clean ups performed by the US Navy in San Diego Bay, California, USA."

Quoting Krispy


I was in this area in 79/80, and we couldn't swim due to an oil spill that littered the coast line for miles. I don't know what measures were taken at that time. These oil spills have been polluting earths oceans and beaches for a long time. To long.

verysad
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Thanks for the chat Isis & Booyah'.

TTFN. hf
It's all about the 'vibe'
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