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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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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
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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!

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NOOOOO!

Its in the water..

Zombie COREXIT invasion predicted by Joshua Flynn LAST YEAR

[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
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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
[link to www.newscientist.com]

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
[link to bcove.me]
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More on Space X Dragfon :



Spaceships will follow Dragon's trail
[link to photoblog.msnbc.msn.com]

snip:
SpaceX's scorched Dragon cargo capsule is on a ship making its way back to Los Angeles after Thursday's historic descent from orbit.

The California-based company reported that the 14.4-foot-high (4.4-meter-high) spacecraft and its more than 1,300 pounds (620 kilograms) of cargo were in good shape, despite its plunge from the International Space Station. On the way down, the Dragon weathered re-entry temperatures in excess of 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit (1,650 degrees Celsius). At a height of 40,000 feet, the Dragon started deploying its parachutes and drifted into the Pacific, about 560 miles west of Baja California. A recovery team got to the craft, towed it to the ship and used a crane to hoist it aboard, as planned.

SpaceX spokeswoman Kirstin Brost Grantham told me that a few items will be delivered to NASA officials with a 48-hour turnaround, as a demonstration of the procedure for returning time-sensitive cargo from orbit. But the Dragon itself and most of its payload will be taking a slower ride to the port of Los Angeles. Arrival is expected around June 6, depending on weather.

From California, the craft and cargo will be trucked to SpaceX's rocket test facility in MacGregor, Texas, for postflight processing. Then the cargo will be turned over to NASA.
The handover of the Dragon's contents will be the last item to check off on NASA's list of requirements. That should clear the way for a $1.6 billion series of 12 Dragon cargo flights, with the first launch probably scheduled sometime in September.



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Just a note :
12 DRAGON signatures the origine and agenda of the Masters !
Like there are now only 12 acknowledged astrological/astronomical signs,
while the TRUE NATURE is one of 13 signs !!!! (Asclepius & Ophiuchus)


**[[side info:
RS Ophiuchi is part of a class called recurrent novae, whose brightness increase at irregular intervals by hundreds of times in a period of just a few days. It is thought to be at the brink of becoming a type-1a supernova.[2]
Barnard's Star, one of the nearest stars to the Solar System (the only stars closer are the Alpha Centauri binary star system and Proxima Centauri), lies in Ophiuchus. It is located to the left of β and just north of the V-shaped group of stars in an area that was once occupied by the now-obsolete constellation of Taurus Poniatovii (Poniatowski's Bull).
In 2005, astronomers using data from the Green Bank Telescope discovered a superbubble so large that it extends beyond the plane of the galaxy.[3] It is called the Ophiuchus Superbubble [link to phys.org] .
In April 2007, astronomers announced that the Swedish-built Odin satellite had made the first detection of clouds of molecular oxygen in space, following observations in the constellation Ophiuchus.[4]
[link to en.wikipedia.org] ]]**


snip:
Eventually, SpaceX is aiming for extensive reusability of its spaceship components, including a first stage that can fly itself back to the launch pad and a "Dragon 2.0" spacecraft that can do propulsive soft landings. "That's how spaceships land in sci-fi movies," SpaceX's billionaire founder, Elon Musk, told me during a post-splashdown news conference. "And that's what also enables landing in other parts of the solar system. ... It's the way spacecraft ought to land."


Yeah right.
Developing technology under the guidance of the Alien Masters. Finally the mainstream populus is at a point ready for the acceptance of the space-technology they have been looking forward to use for so long and dying to use in public!



snips :
Meanwhile, SpaceX is working to make the Dragon suitable for carrying astronauts as well as cargo. The development of the SuperDraco thruster system is a key part of that plan, because it fits into the propulsive-landing strategy as well as the launch escape system that NASA will require for safe human spaceflight. Musk said the system could go into operation in three years if the development effort goes well, "maybe four or five if we encounter some challenges along the way."

Other spaceship companies are making strides as well, with advice and financial support from NASA.

(snip)

Blue Origin, the company founded by Amazon.com billionaire Jeff Bezos, is working on a spacecraft that could carry astronauts to the space station, with United Launch Alliance's Atlas 5 rocket to be used as the launch vehicle. On Thursday, Blue Origin reported that it successfully completed a systems requirement review of its orbital Space Vehicle. Blue Origin's president and program manager, Rob Meyerson, said in a statement that the review "paves the way to finalize our Space Vehicle design." Representatives from NASA and the Federal Aviation Administration took part in the review.

The Boeing Co. is developing its CST-100 capsule for NASA's potential use as a taxi for space station astronauts, to be launched by the Atlas 5. The company carried out drop tests in April and May to check the workability of its parachute-plus-airbag landing system. The most recent test involved dropping a CST-100 test vehicle from a helicopter, 14,000 feet above Nevada's Delamar Dry Lake Bed. Boeing's John Mulholland said the test validated the landing system design. Further ground tests of CST-100 components lie ahead, and test flights could begin in 2015-2016, Boeing says.

(snip)

SpaceX, Blue Origin, Boeing and Sierra Nevada, along with other aerospace players such as ATK, Lockheed Martin and Astrium, are expected to compete for further funding from NASA later this year.



Whats in a name ! damned

SuperDraco...

Blue Origin ???? Really !!!!! Like in BLUE BLOOD ORIGIN ???? Like descendants from the Royal Anunnaki's ???
They dont even seem to want to be subtile !!! damned

And here we have BOEING again ...
A former employee from Boeing made a thread in 2010 when the Bezerk-thread started. Warning us for things and space related issues.
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NOOOOO!

Its in the water..

Zombie COREXIT invasion predicted by Joshua Flynn LAST YEAR

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THEY deleted my thread :-(
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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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I would like that ma-man. Maybe we could skype and have one together? Unlikely I am able to get to the US, any chance of of a trip down unda?
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Hey all you day 1 regulars that have stuck it out - Thanks! Keep digging
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NOOOOO!

Its in the water..

Zombie COREXIT invasion predicted by Joshua Flynn LAST YEAR

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THEY deleted my thread :-(
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But I didn't miss it. Seems I know when to check...


You can email me at cross.reference@hotmail.com (there are a few other things you might be interested in I've written about that I can no longer post here).

For the record, I didn't predict it. Another poster had a dream involving zombies with injuries suspiciously similar to the reported effects of corexit (lesions, blisters, etc). Dreams have a tendency to predictive (but only certain classes of dreams - not all) - I had identified it as likely being predictive... although I must admit I had overlooked the man attacking someone by... biting them (the thought of zombie never even occurred to me). One site suggested it was LSD induced.

Although I have no idea what exactly in the LSD would make the man want to violently attack someone aggressively.

I'll be keeping my distance from this forum.
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Hi Josh & AC, welcome aboard.

I didnt see the thread, but through the course of this thread have come across much info regarding corexit. The Gulf Blue Plague information is good. I am assuming you have had a looksee at that?

Interestingly, Obama took a dip in the water at one point. I wonder what that says about him? or the folks that let him do it. Always more questions.....
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- wierd, that was me above. Different ID number?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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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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I would like that ma-man. Maybe we could skype and have one together? Unlikely I am able to get to the US, any chance of of a trip down unda?
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I just had a customer front the bill for me flying to Moscow for 5 days, maybe I can dig one up in Oz. <Shhh>
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... not more bulldozerdriving I hope? - eek!
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I drive a drawing board now.
I'm going to get my recent pics of Moscow and St Pete together (On 2 computers and a laptop now) And I'll post them somewhere. Much changed.Buildings painted lighter colors, not so drab.
Everything in Russia is huge.
Russian people are friendly.
Vodka is still cheap and plentiful.
Roads are wide even compared to USA but Russians still can't drive. Or so it seems to me. Soviets did not think average Russian should be allowed to have cars since trains/busses much more efficient so there appear to be no traffic laws.
Russia is a huge country in the midst of huge changes

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Thread: Synthia - Zombie Virus: Synthetic Bacteria Mutates and now Preying on more then just crude oil!
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Well!, It's been two long years!

[link to youtu.be]

V
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hi mate. good song choice!
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what's up bhd, V for valour!
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Ya Know, A couple of years back I had a few friends here, WoW! Been awhile, I see you've progressed further into all that pertains to the Endtime! Well it's here!

[link to youtu.be] look back.-_-.
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related.


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