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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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so how do we stop this new form of microbiology from infecting and eating oil based products -


solvents,diesel fuel, motor oil, bearing grease, ink, floor wax, ballpoint pens, football cleats, upholstery, sweaters, boats, insecticides, bicycle tyres, sports car bodies, nail polish, fishing lures, dresses, tyres, golf bags, perfumes, cd's/dvd's, dishwasher parts, tool boxes, shoe polish, motorcycle helmet,caulking, petroleum jelly, sticky tape, cd players, tap washers, antiseptics, clothesline, curtains, food preservatives, basketballs, soap, vitamin capsules, antihistamines, purses, shoes, dashboards, cortisone, deodorant, footballs, putty, dyes, panty hose, refrigerant, percolators, life jackets, rubbing alcohol, linings, skis, tv cabinets, shag rugs, electrician's tape, tool racks, car battery cases, epoxy, paint, mops, slacks, insect repellent, oil filters, umbrellas, yarn, fertilizers, hair colouring, roofing, toilet seats, fishing rods, lipstick, dentures, denture adhesive, linoleum, ice cube trays, synthetic rubber, speakers, plastic wood, electric blankets, glycerin, tennis rackets, rubber cement, fishing boots, dice, nylon rope, candles, garbage bags, house paint, water pipes, hand lotion, roller skates, surf boards, shampoo, wheels, paint rollers, shower curtains, guitar strings, luggage, aspirin, safety glasses, antifreeze, football helmets, awnings, eyeglasses, clothes, toothbrushes, ice chests, synthetic rubber brake lines, combs, paint brushes, detergents, vaporizers, balloons, sun glasses, tents, heart valves, crayons, parachutes, telephones, planes, enamel, pillows, dishes, cameras, anesthetics, artificial turf, artificial limbs, bandages, folding doors, hair curlers, cold cream, movie film, soft contact lenses, drinking cups fan belts, car enamel, shaving cream, ammonia, refrigerators, golf balls, toothpaste, medical equipment, disposable medical articles such as syringes, blood bags, needles and tubing,

and gasoline





Do you come in to contact with any of the above? What would happen if these items were no longer around?

The above list does not include ALL food grown with fertilisers or produced containing preservatives.
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Well!, It's been two long years!

[link to youtu.be]

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terraforming, in its true sense is making an environment 'habbitable' for a specific species or ecosystem that the species belongs to.

- from an environment that the species is not accustomed to.

what if we have destroyed our environment to a point where we are no longer connected to it, nor in the near future, be able to inhabbit or survive in it?

might the actions occuring around the planet as a 'response' to what has gone down, inded be a terraforming exercise?

but not for incomming et's, it's or idt's....

.... for us.

[re] terraforming the planet for us. to make it habbitable for mankind and all the other species to thrive again.

minus oil, and ll the things associated with it.

a do-over, by infecting everything associated with it.

check mate.
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Well!, It's been two long years!

[link to youtu.be]

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hi mate. good song choice!
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bhd btw!
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EDIS Number: BH-20120602-35294-USA
Event type: Biological Hazard
Date/Time: Friday, 01 June, 2012 at 23:21 (11:21 PM) UTC
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
County / State: State of North Carolina
Area:
City: Avon
Coordinate: N 35° 21.092, W 75° 29.780
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
shark attack in Avon
The age, sex and condition of the victim is unknown at this time.
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Event type: Explosion
Date/Time: Friday, 01 June, 2012 at 23:18 (11:18 PM) UTC
Continent: North-America
Country: USA
County / State: State of Mississippi
Area: Mississippi Phosphates fertilizer facility
City: Pascagoula
Coordinate: N 30° 20.915, W 88° 29.610
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A worker at the Mississippi Phosphates fertilizer facility in Pascagoula has been killed in an explosion. Two other works were injured. Jackson County Coroner Vicki Broadus identified the victim of Friday's incident as Jeremy Moore, 20, of Moss Point. The two injured workers were taken to Singing River Hospital in Pascagoula, but authorities say one patient will be transferred to USA Medical Center's Burn Unit in Mobile. Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd says there was some sort of steam explosion at the plant. He said his investigators and coroner Vicki Broadus were on the scene at 7:15 a.m. "The incident was and is contained within the plant. The facility is stable, but out of caution, operations have ceased. There is no threat to employees or the public," the company said in a statement.
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a few more hints we were given.

destabilise the baha peninsula and upper mexico (like the quarantine map from the movie 'monsters') allowing the land to subsize, and a direct connection between the pacific and the gulf. (now formerly g-o-m)

new current created flows through the arctic, down around and past japan (fukashima), introducing the new species of super bacterias to radiation, which is in abundance in the food chain there. Back to the gyre(s) [there are 5 now] in the pacific, and all over again.

gojira bacteria?

gojira bacteria, it's what's for dinner .... rephrase that, our way of life is it's dinner.
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thank you arc>>tcp

the ‘answering’ pulse shouldn’t have happened at all. now scientists are trying to unravel what happened – and why our planet ‘pulsed’ in response. james ryan, an astrophysicist at the unh space science center said

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]


[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]




this is huge!!!!!! well at least for me it is. i truly believe our worlds and Sun's converse at some level. this would seem to be the first mainstream measured 'conversation', and first mainstream realisation of the possibility that planets are sentient.
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Awesome find Big Hair! I have long held the theory that "Mother Earth" is alive and aware.
A few years ago German Scientists built a Life Form Sensor so that when man finally gets to other planets they can tell if there is any life on that planet. When one of the scientists pointed it straight down at the soil, it showed the earth was alive!
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“the problem with mutant dna is that it can be passed on and we don’t how this will affect fish or other marine life,” he says, adding that the effects could last for decades.

In naomi klein’s article, she describes how paul introduced healthy bacteria and phytoplankton to gulf water samples and what happened shocked him. the responses of the organisms “were genotoxic or mutagenic”. according to paul, what was so “scary” about these results is that such genetic damage was “heritable,” meaning the mutations can be passed on.

genotoxins pass on genetic changes to successors who have never been exposed to the original gene. healthy microorganisms are then genetically changed and will pass on their dna mutations to their descendants. this is a genetic chain-reaction as each mutated microbe interacts with and affects other microorganisms, especially with regards to the food chain:

“…the phytoplankton, the bacteria, and the [microorganisms] that graze on them – the zooplankton – seem to be the most potentially impacted.” – dr. david hollander, usf marine geochemist.

…these veteran scientists have seen things that they describe as unprecedented …evidence of bizarre sickness in the phytoplankton and bacterial communities.

this “bizarre sickness” in the indigenous gulf microorganisms is the direct result of the synthetic microbes that are still creating genetic sicknesses by mutating the dna of the natural microbes.

"dna mutations are occurring within the gulf of mexico at a microscopic cellular level. the obvious effect this has on marine life as well as humans is a pandora box of unknowns.”



'bizarre' - interesting choice of word. You say tomato, I say tomato.. are these scientists acknowledging bezerk?

worth listening to this again - (maybe start at 11 mins in)
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a few more hints we were given.

destabilise the baha peninsula and upper mexico (like the quarantine map from the movie 'monsters') allowing the land to subsize, and a direct connection between the pacific and the gulf. (now formerly g-o-m)

new current created flows through the arctic, down around and past japan (fukashima), introducing the new species of super bacterias to radiation, which is in abundance in the food chain there. Back to the gyre(s) [there are 5 now] in the pacific, and all over again.

gojira bacteria?


gojira bacteria, it's what's for dinner .... rephrase that, our way of life is it's dinner.
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Hi BHD

never saw this hint of that new current before ...
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thank you arc>>tcp

the ‘answering’ pulse shouldn’t have happened at all. now scientists are trying to unravel what happened – and why our planet ‘pulsed’ in response. james ryan, an astrophysicist at the unh space science center said

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]


[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]





this is huge!!!!!! well at least for me it is. i truly believe our worlds and Sun's converse at some level. this would seem to be the first mainstream measured 'conversation', and first mainstream realisation of the possibility that planets are sentient.
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Love this !
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Awesome find Big Hair! I have long held the theory that "Mother Earth" is alive and aware.
A few years ago German Scientists built a Life Form Sensor so that when man finally gets to other planets they can tell if there is any life on that planet. When one of the scientists pointed it straight down at the soil, it showed the earth was alive!
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hf
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SpaceX Dragon Capsule Splashes Down in Pacific, Ending Historic Test Flight
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The world's first commercial space cargo ship dove through Earth's atmosphere and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean early Thursday (May 31), ending an historic test flight to the International Space Station. The SpaceX Dragon capsule made a water landing off the coast of Baja California, Mexico at 11:42 a.m. EDT (1542 GMT).

Dragon became the first private vehicle to visit the space station when it docked there May 25, three days after launching atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Fla. The capsule spent a total of five days, 16 hours and 5 minutes attached to the $100 billion orbiting laboratory. [Dragon Capsule's Space Station Arrival in Pictures]
"It was a major success for us," Dragon mission director John Couluris of SpaceX said during a news conference yesterday (May 30). "The trust and hard work that NASA helped SpaceX with were really important. The ability to get to the space station on our first time, to not only rendezvous but to berth — we would call that mission alone a success."
The nine-day Dragon flight was a test run for the 12 cargo-delivery flights SpaceX (short for Space Exploration Technologies Corp.) is contracted to fly for NASA for a total of $1.6 billion.
"We are hoping to continue working with NASA and hopefully flying crew within three years," Musk said. "This was a crucial step and makes the chances of becoming a multi planet species more likely."

That Dragon's re-entry and splashdown went well marks another significant achievement, as the spacecraft is alone among the automated cargo freighters that service the space station in its ability to carry supplies not just up, but down.
Dragon is packed with 1,367 pounds (620 kg) of crew items, used hardware and completed science experiments for its return trip. On the way up, the spacecraft delivered student-designed experiments and food, clothing and other supplies for the station's astronauts.

Officials say if work proceeds on schedule, the first humans could fly on Dragon as soon as 2015. The capsule, which measures 14.4 feet tall (4.4 meters) and 12 feet wide (3.7 m), is designed to fit up to seven astronauts aboard.



Interesting about the cargo,
multi planet species (!!!),
and the special NUMBERS at the end !

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What does BEZERK stand for?
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What does BEZERK stand for?
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One suggestion for the acronym is what HouseDad put together - binucleate extreme z energy regulated kinase.

OP (Acolyte) seemed to like it.

Was never my cup of tea. (and in saying that, I still have the utmost respect for HD)
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- but rather than dwell on a possible meaning of an acronym, if indeed it is one, ponder the idea that it is a word that was decided upon to describe something.

Like say, 'code red'. When this, and that, and these all occur at the same time its a code red!

So, someone knows what the signs are, and has been monitoring events to see whether 'something' has either occured, or is on the way to occuring.

For this all to happen, they have to have a reference. They have to have known about another bezerk incident or incidents to understand that what they were seeing was bezerk!

Do you get that? This shit all went down long before the GoM incident was labelled bezerk.

Splashzones have been listed as a means of recognising the phenominon. Calibrators have been listed as a means of measuring them, and possibly keeping them at bay.

Certain tentacled types referred to splash zones as points where energy flows in and out of the planet. Now that can signal so many things. The migration of the wilderbeast could be considered an energy transfer. So too can a massive algal bloom, or bacterial colony expanding un naturally due to outside interference. Even lava or ice flows. Solar bursts. (and replys)

Quantum energy manifestations, in relation to the above, changes all that again!

Until we really get to the bottom of what this phenominon is about, none of it will ever really make sense.

You'd think by now we'd have a concrete answer eh?
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LOL, that's the best my 'monkey mind' can muster this time of the morning.
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Until we really get to the bottom of what this phenomenon is about, none of it will ever really make sense.
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You may be right.
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Until we really get to the bottom of what this phenomenon is about, none of it will ever really make sense.
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You may be right.
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- and some of us will keep trying, until it does start to make more sense.

Also makes you wonder why the info stopped. Stopped via the OP, and stopped all together via. direct sources.

According to NexusEditor, there was one external corroberation of the info, with regard to the brief cases.
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the op, who created this thread, under the guise of a french national, in the navy, with a gf working at an embassy, was later 'ousted' as a regular here on glp known as acolyte. he wrote some interesting things, and claimed that his information was via rand corp.

doubtful that is true, but the information certainly was interesting and has kept many of us busy for a long time, comming up to two years now, as rocky said. (26th of this month is the day).

the original op/acolyte moved to another thread to discuss what was being 'researched' here, as it was not to his taste, or more accurately, not to his script.

when that didnt work, he made a whole website to keep control of the way folks discused the info, and those loyal to him followed, and enforce these views.

so ac, I guess that leaves this thread as the only truly open discusion venue of the original information. any viewpoint can be discussed here without fear of being banned, or chastised, or maligned. the odd bs flag still pops up, but that's easy enough to ignore.

thinking of dipping your toe in the water?
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NOOOOO!

Its in the water..

Zombie COREXIT invasion predicted by Joshua Flynn LAST YEAR

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lol

BHD
hugs
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lol

BHD
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Isis, you are one of the 'crazies' I supposedly hang out and 'plot' with. It's always nice to see you my Dear.

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Nicely said!
Pink Bubble Love to you all!

hf
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NOOOOO!

Its in the water..

Zombie COREXIT invasion predicted by Joshua Flynn LAST YEAR

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It's

Mad

Cow
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Nicely said!
Pink Bubble Love to you all!

hf
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Aww, made my Sunday. How is ya 1221?

I lost yr email when my pc went down. :(

hf smile_kiss
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Big Hair my man, you and I are going to have to down a few beers together sometime.
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(Ant)arctic, Greenland, ABIOTIC methane and alien bacteria ....

(like our own bezerk AUgie)




[link to news.yahoo.com]
On Earth, some methane is produced abiotically — not by life — through reactions between water and rock, as well as through the breakdown of hydrocarbons by geological processes.
On the other hand, some methane comes directly or indirectly from methanogenic microbes, as a byproduct of fermentation of acetate — a derivative of vinegar — into methane and carbon dioxide.

"It is increasingly clear that on Earth, there are cold-adapted methanogenic microbes in Arctic, Antarctic and sea-bottom settings," said Jeffrey White, an environmental biogeochemist at Indiana University. "Acetate fermentation is the principal pathway accounting for as much as 95 percent of methane production in these cold environments." [Extremophiles: World's Weirdest Life]

Similar ice sheets exist elsewhere in the solar system, such as the buried water ice glaciers in the Hellas Basin region on Mars. The plan is to see what methods can best determine whether the sources of any such methane are biological or not.

Studying Arctic microbes
Methanogenic microbes rely on a community of microorganisms that provide the acetate and other simple molecules they consume. If such communities evolved in the cold corners of Earth, "it seems reasonable to search for evidence of similar biological processes on other icy bodies in our solar system," White said.

Such objects include Enceladus and Europa — moons of Saturn and Jupiter, respectively — both of which are thought to harbor oceans of liquid water beneath their icy shells.

To analyze these microbes and their methane emissions, White and his colleagues recently went to Greenland as part of a $2.6 million NASA ASTEP (Astrobiology Science and Technology for Exploring Planets) grant.

The researchers investigated the western edge of the Greenland ice sheet, "one of the most readily accessible margins of a large ice sheet on Earth," White said. "The relatively manageable logistics and climate in Greenland compared to Antarctica made this area an excellent choice." Careful analysis of the isotopes making up methane can shed light on its origins.

Small dissolved molecules or ions containing a lighter isotope move more rapidly at a given temperature than ones containing a heavy isotope. Consequently, those containing a light isotope interact more often with a bacterium's enzymes, and so get incorporated more often into what it makes metabolically, such as methane.

In 2011, the researchers used an infrared laser to look for methane at multiple sites across a valley that extends for tens of miles near the margin of the Greenland ice sheet. Measurements were taken about 6 feet (2 meters) above the soil surface for 1 to 4.5 hours each time. Methane was spotted at several lakes and wetland areas. However, the methane levels seen were very close to what would be detected from normal atmospheric levels at ice margins in Greenland. Their next measurements will be taken at heights just above the soil surface to better distinguish local sources of emission.



We were pointed to look at Greenland last year several times ... by various people said to be in some way related to RRR ...


So far, the researchers have been surprised by how much biology and biogeochemistry can vary across several small lakes arrayed along a single valley near the ice margin.

"If life was widespread during an early period on Mars when small lakes were common, we need to approach sampling with the expectation that pronounced variation in biological markers could occur even over distances as small as 100 meters (330 feet)," Pratt said.

In the coming summer, the researchers intend to look for potential subsurface gaseous signs of life with an innovative drill they have developed. The device allows rapid transfer of unaltered gas samples from drilled boreholes directly into analytical instruments.
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Stunningly beautiful !!!!


Earth's atmosphere creates glow-in-the-dark light show
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Auroras aren't the only light show shining above the Earth. The atmosphere itself can also produce light, creating rings of colour that glow in the dark.
Now neuroscientist and moviemaker Alex Rivest has produced a new video that illustrates the phenomenon, called airglow.

Different atoms and molecules are responsible for each colour. The yellow layer, which is about 5 km thick, is made up of sodium atoms from broken up meteors that radiate weakly in their excited state. Directly above, a thinner green band is visible as oxygen and nitrogen combine to form nitric oxide. A faint blue glow surrounds the green one, made up of excited oxygen molecules. Higher up, a red layer lurks due to light emissions as ozone and hydrogen combine to form excited hydroxyl radicals.

The rings are not always uniform due to gravity waves in the atmosphere.


Direct link to the Vid : [link to bcove.me]


Here a vid about the ionosphere and Earth- & spaceweather
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