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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
Isis7
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Unusual sea ice retreat in the Beaufort Sea

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

and this from the 6th,

USGS reports sea-level rise accelerating in Atlantic coast of North America

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
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Unusual sea ice retreat in the Beaufort Sea

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

and this from the 6th,

USGS reports sea-level rise accelerating in Atlantic coast of North America

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
 Quoting: Isis7

damn I had a whole nice post .. and it disappeared - page resetted while typning !!! argggggg !!!

No worries gonna try again, coz I have it solved ..lol..
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Thanks for clarifying, I 'ran' the ID and saw Trin come up a few times.

Really appreciate the input.

I did read the comments, and agree there is some interesting perspective there! More and more it seems that the average Joe has no issue with any of this type of discussion, and will openly present an opinion on it. Has to be a good thing.

But, as the writer pointed out.... is that just what they want us to be doing, whilst still shrouded by the veil..?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Still catching up on some reading here... Wish I could capture all the links provided for later reading!! It can be hard to get glp 'on the road' due to the proxy/isp bans.

No surprise that the vets will discuss this; I wouldn't say they do it "openly" though. Lots of them have seen tech that the average citizen would deem sci-fi fantasy in action. They know, or certainly suspect, this is Nothing compared to what's in use where the air is thin, much less cutting edge prototypes.

Imo, we will see more and more "information" coming out. I qualify that because this seems to be the new secrecy cloak of choice... obscuring the truth with in your face blathering nut cases, misdirection and seeds of truth lodged in webs of fabrication. Some is probably being used to scare the sheeple into compliance, some presented to test acceptance and gauge reactions for running stats and planning scenarios. The abstracts found in those highly compartmentalized research areas can be pure gold... as those of you on this thread already know! lol Carefully sent in a planned direction, but like goats, finding all the succulent morsels thought well fenced. Just gotta love the reactions sometimes, even when it's obvious there is no threat from the wily few.

Once I realized it is a game (albeit, deadly serious) with 'them' on one team and all the rest of us on the other, it became hard to take any of it seriously beyond self protection measures. I just keep reminding myself that there is a 'native' failsafe no one has found a way around... this fractal constantly adjusts to achieve balance. That leaves a LOT of room for surprises.
You may not use it anymore, but it really is all about the vibe!
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Unusual sea ice retreat in the Beaufort Sea

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
 Quoting: Isis7


Where ever there is a seafloor rise, there is also a landmass sink !!!

Next, my research from my failed post pointed out that there is an active mud volcano in the Beaufort Sea,
there is gas and oil exploration, there is moving hydrocarbons between strata, ... seafloor is bulging up and also collapsing in area's (we could easely (mis)-interpreted that as sealevel rise and sealevel sinking).

My first question was : Is there an active volcano that could be responsible for, or adding to HEAT that could warm up the water that would make icesheets more fragile and breaking off or melting away.
YES there was :
4 april 2012 - In contrast, an active mud volcano down slope in the Beaufort is associated with anaerobic conditions.

More info and images here:
Three-dimensional multibeam sonar view of the Beaufort seafloor in the Gary Knolls area showing a line of several dozen pingo-like-features. These mud volcanoes range from a few metres to more than 20m high and have diameters that can be 50 to 300m across.
[link to www.bsstrpa.ca]


There was even an EQ :
4.2 Magnitude Earthquake BEAUFORT SEA - 24th Apr 2012



Secondly I asked if there was OIL and GAS in the area contributing to heated water : YES

LEAKS:
3 april 2012 - Oil strikes in the Beaufort Sea and off Newfoundland also are reported, one well of which (Kopanoar M-13) is flowing at an initial rate exceeding 6000 bpd.

As we know from the GOM, sunken tarr balls holding heat ... oil acts like a blanket on the seafloor, but also on the surface coz it absorbs tonns more energy then regular dark seawater !!!

HIGH TEMP ANOMALY
One of the Beaufort Sea wells drilled during the early phases of offshore exploration, Nektoralik K-59, provided direct evidence of hydrocarbon charging in a Pliocene reservoir. Natural gas and condensate were recovered from the basal Iperk carbonate unit in a drill-stem test in this well. Indirect evidence of hydrocarbon migration through Upper Cenozoic strata is observed in the Kopanoar M-13 well, where a high temperature anomaly is present in the Iperk Sequence, above an overpressured zone and below a pingo-like feature on the sea floor. The development of pingo-like seafloor features in the Beaufort Sea shelf has been linked to gas venting.
[link to www.searchanddiscovery.com]


WELLS:
<18> We propose that gas release and bubble formation associated with decomposing gas hydrates at depth causes expansion of the sediment matrix that drives the upward extrusion of sediment to form the PLFs. Decomposition of intra-permafrost methane hydrate can supply substantial quantities of methane gas that generate large localized over-pressures. At the pressure and temperature conditions at the top of the gas hydrate stability field, gas hydrate will decompose into water ice and gas. Because ice has essentially the same density as gas hydrate, any gas released during decomposition will create gas expansion voids and create local over pressures. Substantial overpressures will not be maintained because they will exceed the mechanical strength of shallow sediments. As pressures build within subsurface horizons, gas is forced through weaknesses in the overlying permafrost layers (Figure 2). Extruded material builds up on the seafloor to form the PLF. The observed amount of vertical displacement of the PLFs implies that material moves laterally within the over-pressured horizons to these zones of weakness, then upward to the seafloor. The source of the displaced material and pressure to drive the vertical expansion may extend over a much larger area than the PLF itself. As sediment migration and gas venting proceeds, subsurface volume losses ultimately result in the collapse and formation of moat basins around the sites of sediment expulsion (Figure 2 [link to www.agu.org] ).

<19> Several lines of evidence suggest that these processes may be operative in the formation of Beaufort Sea PLFs. Elevated formation pressures, up to 1.6 times hydrostatic conditions, have been measured in several offshore exploration wells, including the Kopanoar PLF site where sub-permafrost gas hydrate has been documented . Venting of gas at PLF summits has been observed in video footage from ROV dives. High methane concentration and a rapid decrease in sulfate concentration in cores from PLF crests, contrasting with the absence of these features in moat and background sites, suggest a focused methane flux occurs through the PLF from a gas source at depth. The molecular composition and carbon isotope signature indicate that the venting gas is microbial and derived from pre-Holocene carbon sources. Gas with similar chemistry occurs within the permafrost interval above deeper gas hydrate deposits in the Mackenzie Delta . [link to www.socialanxietysupport.com]


We have to keep in mind that pumping all these rafinery & recovery bacteria into wells to change the composition of the oil, is having more effects then we could think of. Almost every chemical-change goes hand in hand with HEAT PRODUCTION, and expansion. (Just remember having pimples or a bacterial rash outbreak, then there is expansion and over pressurization of the skin as well as heat sensation).
It is my opinion that besides that Earth is naturally expanding (coz of the slow down of speed in the core, linked to Galactic processes and influences), that the Earth is driven to her limits what matters oil-gas-methane recovery ... how far can her structural integrety go ? With all that fracking and drilling wells ?




Strong and energized CME's are heating up the bulk of ions and radioactive particles (from Fukushima) in our atmosphere, specially above the Nothern Hemisphere, they will weaken and loose charge while being transported to the equator.

It was not only an EARLY SPRING in the Beaufort Sea, but in all the Northern hemisphere the weather was OFF, and still is Spring was to hot and the summer is to wett and to cold.




*** FUNNY NOTE: Both article mention the word HOTSPOT !!!




and this from the 6th,

USGS reports sea-level rise accelerating in Atlantic coast of North America

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
 Quoting: Isis7


SNIP from the article :
The report shows that the sea-level rise hotspot is consistent with the slowing of Atlantic Ocean circulation. Models show this change in circulation may be tied to changes in water temperature, salinity and density in the subpolar north Atlantic.

And imo the slowing of Atlantic Ocean circulation, and other circulations in other seas, is linked with the slowing motion of the core of the earth. This is accompanied with more heat traveling outward, warming up from inside outwards, and expansion of the crust coz there is less pressure keeping it dense and cool. Acceleration of speed creates cooling and more pressure on the object in the center of the spin.

Logic is that a slower flow of any circulation is raising the temperature of that stream. More or less heat or cold also always affects compositions of substances and the chemicals in it.

It is a gathering of many factors : Natural - related to Galactic & Earth changes, unnatural - related to oil & gas depletion and recovery ...

As we have seen in the GOM, oilleaks at the water's surface and tarr balls at the seafloor are holding heat and absorbing the heat of CME's and other plasma energy reaching the water. Currents/loops and circulations can be slowed down and changes by this as is proven.


Earth works like a scale/wage ... sea levels will not climb at the same rate at every location; differences in land movements, strength of ocean currents, water temperatures and salinity can cause regional and local highs and lows in sea levels.
Besides that there is also a measured increase in ice in the Himalaya's and on other spots of the world. Its a constant push-up and push-down balance. Sometimes its WATER that is rising, but sometimes its the LAND BELOW that water that is rising and not the sea level actually. More pressure on a mountain will push up seafloor beddings. Many many factors are playing its role.

I think that with all that drilling and fracking we had made the crust of Mother earth instable ... and that will have its results. Depletion of [oil and gas] wells and fill them up again with brine or water will have effects to, they are not of the same density and composition ... wells will seep out and collapse ... maybe leading to the mysterious rumbles heard from coming below the ground ... cauzing sinkholes ... and eventually could be leading to destabilization and sinking of partial continents (as predicted by many seers) ... but first resulting in gradual sinking of landmass.

I also think that part of the melting polarwater will fill up caveties (beneath continents and islands) that collapsed by natural or human-caused events.



{{* I think I almost captured all above what I wanted to post before when the page was reset ...lol..}}

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Something different ...

but maybe somehow connected/related to the not aging worms in space ...



Mysterious bacteria near Easter Island statues offer cure for Alzheimers
[link to io9.com]


(snips from this and other articles on no-go sites)
July 4, 2012 - A natural drug discovered in the soil of Easter Island could improve the memory of older men and women - and even treat Alzheimer's, researchers say.
In tests in mice, the drug halted the decline in brain function as they got older, and supplied hope that it could also treat depression.

The drug - rapamycin - is a bacterial by-product discovered in the shadows of the island's popular statues.

It is already utilized in transplant patients to avoid organ rejection and now scientists in journal Neuroscience say it can increase understanding and assist treat cognitive decline.

The drug was originally intended to be an antifungal medication, but the discovery of its immunosuppressive properties in the late nineties pushed the research in a new direction.

A team from the University of Texas added the drug to the diet of healthy mice and discovered it enhanced learning and memory in young mice and memory in elder rodents.

The team also identified three ‘happy, feel-good’ neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher in the mice treated with rapamycin.

It also lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour in the mice, she said.

‘We discovered rapamycin acts like an antidepressant - it increases the time the mice are attempting to get out of the scenario. ‘They don't give up they struggle far more.



Keywords :
- bacterial by-product
- an antifungal medication
- immunosuppressive properties
- halted the decline in brain function
- enhanced learning and memory
- neurotransmitters - serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine - had been higher
- lowered anxiety and depressive-like behaviour


I think this is important to keep in the back of your mind ...
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Interesting posts.
I like Hapgood's theories of crustal slip around the core, (mentioned by BHD). In this case wouldn't oil be a better lubricant than sea-water and chemicals injected during these fracking operations? Or is that the whole idea behind releasing deep oil pockets and replacing with water...are TPTB trying to put the brakes on the axial shift, or maybe steer it to their desired position rather than the designation of the incoming higher energies?
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Portal Discovered On Baltic Object 2012 HD





What we know so far:

All electronic equipment failing within 200 meters of the object, possible EMP shielding device.

Completely circular plate-like exterior, 180 metres in circumference.

Portal or Hatch on top of the object which leads inside the annomoly.

Object is 200ft accross mushroom shaped comprising a thick pillar rising 8 metres out of the seabed with a 4 metre thick dome on top (like a mushroom shape) -- rising a total of 12 metres (approx 40 feet) high above the surrounding seabed.

Cavities-like corridors inside the object.

Straight and smooth walls in certain areas with many right angles.

There are visible formations on top of the object, which are set at a 90 degree angle and look like passageways or walls, as well as something that looks like it could be a staircase.

Stone circles, like "fireplaces", of hard black "almost petrified" burnt looking stone each a few inches in diameter, like 4 or 5 pearls in a necklace in various arrangements on top of the dome.

Spherical object nicknamed "The Meringue" is 4 metres wide and sits on top of the object.

Twenty-five centimetre hole on top of the object, it's not known yet where it leads or what if anything is inside.

Long runway or "skid marks" leading to object point north.



So its NOT a PYRAMID (turned on its side or something)
but I do think the technology is similar and related to the crystal pyramid in the Bermuda Triangle. They have both typical things alike.
It is clear that a forcefield (EMP-field) is schielding the "inside" from the outside world and a lot of our technical equipment.
The radar images are fantastic !
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Interesting posts.
I like Hapgood's theories of crustal slip around the core, (mentioned by BHD). In this case wouldn't oil be a better lubricant than sea-water and chemicals injected during these fracking operations? Or is that the whole idea behind releasing deep oil pockets and replacing with water...are TPTB trying to put the brakes on the axial shift, or maybe steer it to their desired position rather than the designation of the incoming higher energies?
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 19363958


I think alike Cosmos hf
keep on thinking ..lol...
yes I believe that TPTB/Ruling Eilte wants to 'control' the comming SLIP (axial shift) as much as they can, and try to control the designation as wel, even from Earth in its planetary position.

They'll try ANYTHING and as much as possible at the same time on multiple levels, disguised under other flags and sided by normal activity to not pose suspicion.
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Interesting posts.
I like Hapgood's theories of crustal slip around the core, (mentioned by BHD). In this case wouldn't oil be a better lubricant than sea-water and chemicals injected during these fracking operations? Or is that the whole idea behind releasing deep oil pockets and replacing with water...are TPTB trying to put the brakes on the axial shift, or maybe steer it to their desired position rather than the designation of the incoming higher energies?
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 19363958


Hey Cosmo'. I link what Hapgood and Casey theorise. Crustal shift AND Earth expansion. To me they go hand in hand.

I dont think the planet uses the oil for lubrication. That's a construct we came up with. Rock against magma, I think is enough to allow a slippage, and being the same material, a connectivity. and controlling mechanism. Harden up, and slow down, liquify, and speed up.

I think you're on to something regarding the incomming energies.

Not sure if cymatics is correct, but to me, it makes a 'wave' /energy/vibrationary universe more easy to understand. That thread NexEd started on it is a really nice starter, and I re-read it a lot.

Incomming, in our usual scientific method has been so hard for me to picture. For instance. Our Sun has a CME. It is spinning, we are spinning, it is orbiting, we are orbiting, and according to Haremaine, we are all spiralling too!

So when a CME is predicted as hitting Earth, I find it near impossible to get all bent out of shape.

In a connected fluid universe, where particles can move through intent, and make sympathetic particles pass on the message so to speak, a direction becomes more palatable. (to me)

I bring this up, as a lot of discussion has centered around incomming rays from this or that galaxy. Again to actually interact with us would be one in a million. Space is big, and on the move.

In fluidic space, where everything has something to touch and transfer, particularly vibration, directed energy and vibes makes sense.

It doesnt matter how far a part those tuning forks are!

Maybe I will have to change my tag back.. as everything I am doing at present seems to include vibrations. LOL.

But, like that article in Vet's Today, a 'sour note' seems to be part of the song. That would be imho, what the gig is all about for anyone trying to control an entire planetary system.

Keep it our of sync, keep it off a harmonic. (mind you, eventually a harmonic will find a common phase. Natural coolnes at its best!!)

So no wonder 'now' is the time. With so many sentient creatures on the planet's surface (which are directly linked back to the planet's conciousness, via - water) - the trick is to change those folks vibratory patterns to eventually change that of the planet. The oil idea, about negativity... well, introduce that in the daily workings of the creatures, and base the entire control system around it, and the negative infection grows, changing the vibe of the place.

Hell, add music, TV, movies, and the scam continues.

The cool thing, the really cool thing, is that it could be undone overnight. With one pure thought.

That's the trick.

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So its NOT a PYRAMID (turned on its side or something)
but I do think the technology is similar and related to the crystal pyramid in the Bermuda Triangle. They have both typical things alike.
It is clear that a forcefield (EMP-field) is schielding the "inside" from the outside world and a lot of our technical equipment.
The radar images are fantastic !
Quoting: Krispy

It gets more interesting.
Mmmm sounds like an installation and as you say maybe related to the pyramid structures...some sort of fine tuning device to get the pyramids on song as it were?
I read somewhere that the great pyramid was only truely aligned pre the last shift, and if Hapgood was right then the North pole was near the Hudson Bay. So the end of the ice age should be 13000 years ago, not 10000...think some of these dates have been staggered to put us off the scent. As N.America moved south...ice melts, so temperate grasslands in Russia moved north...ended up as Siberia. (Mammoths quick frozen etc.)
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When I was doing research for Isis her article about the Beaufort sea, I came across a link that had some very interesting information !!

BHD you gonna like this !!!


1.1.3 Polar Processes and Global Biogeochemical
Silica Transformation in the Arctic
[link to www.ipy2012montreal.ca]

E.L. Vinogradova, P. Stunzhas
1P.P. Shirsov Institute of Oceanology, RAS, Moscow, Russia

Features of input and transformations of dissolved silica in the Arctic are considered. Silica recycling due to destruction of organic matter differs from recycling of other main nutrients (phosphates and nitrates) because it indirectly tied by bacteria activity while principal depends on physicochemical processes of dissolution. We traced on features of silica transformations in Arctic Seas by comparison their chemogeographical conditions such as levels of oxygen utilisation and release of phosphates, depth and circulation. Recycling of silica in stagnation regions of the Novaya Zemlya Trench in the Kara Sea and in deep trenches in the White Sea is higher than one's recycling in the Barents Sea in spite of more active biological productivity in the Barents Sea. The highest release of silica takes place over the shelf brake in the Beaufort Sea and in the Chukchi Sea. In general, the silica recycling in the Arctic is in proportion to oxygen utilization and release of phosphates in the depth range 100-150 m. Content of frustules in Arctic sediments completely conform to this conclusion that permit to conclude about closed silica balance. Especial attention was paid to recycling and transfer of silica by main Siberia Rivers such as Yenisei, Ob' and Lena.




SILICA & ARAGONITE

Now a small side step :
Remember the post of the possible jellyfish-like creatures on Saturns moon Titan ? It was written that some scientists considered it possible that besides 'carbon based-lifeforms', there were also for-example 'silica based-lifeforms' ... ( [link to www.huffingtonpost.co.uk] )
It was around the same time that I was doing research about ARAGONITE.
Now back then I checked silica and aragonite on google, but now again and 1 hit I saw is imo spactacular !

Look at those words !!!
- inorganic
- self organised !
- biomorphic !!!!


(The image in the link is stunning !)

Inorganic Self-Organized Silica Aragonite Biomorphic Composites
[link to pubs.acs.org]

The precipitation of calcium carbonate in alkaline silica solutions results in the formation of complex curvilinear forms if aragonite formation is encouraged by growth at an elevated temperature (80 °C). The resulting coralline self-assembled silica&#8722;calcium carbonate particles are “biomorphs”, bearing a striking resemblance to natural coral forms. These materials, comprised of calcium carbonate nanocrystals and an amorphous silica matrix, have a complex ultrastructure, made of clusters of gathered sheets of variable curvatures formed by successive curling. The nanocrystals within these “ruled surfaces” are thin, elongated, densely packed needles of aragonite. These clusters are outgrowths from central saddlelike cores that resemble developable petaloid surfaces.


I know this is not telling anything about the Kara Sea case,
but those signaturewords !!!
Sorry I had to post this ..lol...


Now whats an important detail of aragonite over silica ?
A clue did I find on a forum about fishtanks/aquariums :

I had silica sand in a 20g long at my office, and had recurring diatom blooms. Since then, I have covered the silica with about 2" of aragonite, and have not had an algae bloom since.
Silica sand is simply ground up glass. Argonite is ground up limestone.
Usually aragonite sand is more flat or round vs having odd shaped and possibly sharp edges like silica sand.


So Aragonite seems to be regulating ALGEA BLOOMS ! In my earlier post it come forth that Aragonite is important for the PH of water.


??? So is the RECYCLING and HIGH RELEASE of SILICA in the Kara Sea and Beaufort Sea related with ALGEA BLOOMS and the PH of its water ???
Remember that article of the algae-bloom off the cost of Antarctica ? (yes I know thats the opposite of the area's we are looking at, but it just stroke my mind ...lol..)

Aragonite :
[link to www.buzzle.com]
As it forms only at higher temperature, aragonite is less stable and less common form of calcium carbonate. Aragonite is sometimes found deposited in the beds of hot springs. It is also found in pearls and in some animal shells. As aragonite is found in small crystal form, it is easily distinguishable from calcite, the other natural rich source of calcium carbonate.
Aragonite is used, along with sand and soda ash, in making glass. Aragonite is used in agriculture as it is high in calcium carbonate and low in magnesium and this helps in conditioning the soil. As it is alkaline in nature, it helps to reduce the acidity in the soil.

Aragonite does NOT have magnetic properties,
and maybe THAT IS also a clue !

Wiki: [link to en.wikipedia.org] -unlike the other major nutrients such as phosphate, nitrate, or ammonium, which are needed by almost all marine plankton-, silicate is an essential chemical requirement for very specific biota, including diatoms (algae), radiolaria (amoeboid protozoa), silicoflagellates, and siliceous sponges. These organisms extract dissolved silicate from open ocean surface waters for the buildup of their particulate silica (SiO2), or opaline, skeletal structures. Once the organism has perished, part of the siliceous skeletal material dissolves, as it settles through the water column, enriching the deep waters with dissolved silica.
Diatoms (algae) account for 43% of the ocean primary production, and are responsible for the bulk of silica extraction from ocean waters in the modern ocean.the modern marine silica cycle is widely believed to be dominated by diatoms for the fixation and export of particulate matter (including organic carbon), from the euphotic zone to the deep ocean, via a process known as the biological pump. As a result, diatoms, and other silica-secreting organisms, play a crucial role in the global carbon cycle, and have the ability to affect atmospheric CO2 concentrations on a variety of time scales, by sequestering CO2 in the ocean.

Diatoms in both fresh and salt water extract silica from the water to use as a component of their cell walls.
Silicon is in human connective tissues, bones, teeth, skin, eyes, glands and organs.

Siliceous deep-sea sediments located beneath the Antarctic Convergence (convergence zone) host some 25% of the silica supplied to the oceans and consequently form one of Earth’s major silica sinks. The highest biogenic silica accumulation rates in this area are observed in the South Atlantic. Further, extensive biogenic silica accumulation has been recorded in the deep-sea sediments of the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk, and Subarctic North Pacific.


And now there comes IRON !! (Algea & Iron => we immediately have to think about the algae-farm stories and the extra rich IRON-corexit !!!)

wiki: Southern Ocean sediments are a major sink for biogenic silica (50-75% of the oceanic total), but only a minor sink for organic carbon (<1%). These relatively high rates of biogenic silica accumulation in the Southern Ocean sediments (predominantly beneath the Polar Front) relative to organic carbon (60:1 on a weight basis) results from the preferential preservation of biogenic silica in the Antarctic water column. In contrast to what was previously thought, these high rates of biogenic silica accumulation are not the result from high rates of primary production. Biological production in the Southern Ocean is strongly limited due to the low levels of irradiance coupled with deep mixed layers and/or by limited amounts of micronutrients, such as iron.

So the biological production [of silica] in the Southern Ocean would no longer be strongly limited with an ADD of micronutrients like IRON !!!!


wiki: About, thirty-five percent of the biogenic silica produced in the euphotic zone [=zone exposed to sufficient sunlight for photosynthesis to occur] survives dissolution within the surface layer; whereas only 4% of the organic carbon escapes microbial degradation in these near-surface waters. Consequently, considerable decoupling of organic C and silica occurs during settling through the water column. ... As a result polar sediments account for most of the ocean’s biogenic silica accumulation, but only a small amount of the sedimentary organic-carbon flux.

Is it so that if the composition of the watercolom changes, this could affect the rate of dissolution ?
Right now I have to think about the influence and importance of TEMPERATURE of the water, and the salinity-level ... [Squidsly, is this what you were once pointing at? BHD?]
We also learned that aragonite needs warmer temps to grow ... so could you say that with global "hotspots" growing (and slowing currents occuring, thus warming up) the balance between silica (algea/opal-glass) and aragonite growth is changing ?


Hmmm did this post made some thing more clear ?
Yes and no ...lol... pffffff ... my head is spinning !

Maybe you guys have also insights in this, what are your opinions and thoughts ?
Somehow this silica report of the Kara Sea and beaufort Sea is connected with aragonite, the slowing curents, iron, probably corexit, and much more ....


Diatoms are capable of synthesizing silica glass in vivo.
Silica is most commonly found in nature as sand or quartz, as well as in the cell walls of diatoms.
Silica is used primarily in the production of glass for windows, drinking glasses, etc. The majority of optical fibers for telecommunications are also made from silica. It is a primary raw material for many whiteware ceramics such as earthenware, stoneware, porcelain, as well as industrial Portland cement.
Thin films of silica grown on silicon wafers via thermal oxidation methods can be quite beneficial in microelectronics, where they act as electric insulators with high chemical stability.
A silica-based aerogel was used in the Stardust spacecraft to collect extraterrestrial particles. Silica is also used in the extraction of DNA and RNA due to its ability to bind to the nucleic acids under the presence of chaotropes (= which disrupt the structure of proteins and nucleic acids).


One can see/read that SILICA is a very important compound in our world and daily technology !


I have to ponder about this more I guess ... lol


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squiddlydiddly will be smiling at the Kara Sea reference...
Lot to take in there K, will read a bit later.
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Yes it does rock Isis!!

Cant wait for Georgio!! Big haired brother.

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Interesting posts.
I like Hapgood's theories of crustal slip around the core, (mentioned by BHD). In this case wouldn't oil be a better lubricant than sea-water and chemicals injected during these fracking operations? Or is that the whole idea behind releasing deep oil pockets and replacing with water...are TPTB trying to put the brakes on the axial shift, or maybe steer it to their desired position rather than the designation of the incoming higher energies?
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By fracking certain areas, bedrock, usually blocking and sealing off areas that may contain water an oil thus allow things to flow about, even gasses. (we've all seen that fawcet/tap with the fire shooting out of it)

Bacteria can also get about with more ease Cosmo'.

Would a granite block have a different frequency to say the same granite that has been broken in to smaller pieces? or further down in to a sandy texture?

Not sure where I'm going with that... but might be something in that to think about. LOL!
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Interesting posts.
I like Hapgood's theories of crustal slip around the core, (mentioned by BHD). In this case wouldn't oil be a better lubricant than sea-water and chemicals injected during these fracking operations? Or is that the whole idea behind releasing deep oil pockets and replacing with water...are TPTB trying to put the brakes on the axial shift, or maybe steer it to their desired position rather than the designation of the incoming higher energies?
 Quoting: Cosmos5491 19363958


By fracking certain areas, bedrock, usually blocking and sealing off areas that may contain water an oil thus allow things to flow about, even gasses. (we've all seen that fawcet/tap with the fire shooting out of it)

Bacteria can also get about with more ease Cosmo'.

Would a granite block have a different frequency to say the same granite that has been broken in to smaller pieces? or further down in to a sandy texture?

Not sure where I'm going with that... but might be something in that to think about. LOL!
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I also dont think that oil is THE lubricant fluid on its own ... if a rift/rupture of continental plates happens ; for example with a huge solarsystem event on the sun or with a passing body that interrupts the Earths magnetic field so much that the cor rotation is halted/pauzed; then plates will want to move on while the core is pauzed and THAT will cauze the fracturation of strata which are not that elastic.

To me it seems that if the plates are "prepped", ie. provided with cracks and fissures [fracking and drilling, and maybe even subterran tunnel creation !], then it is possible that the landmass connected with it will not break into a 1000 pieces, but stays about as a whole island drifting ... so the 'work' they (ruling Elite) might have done is to act as a precaution so that damage will be minimalized as much as possible. Only the most necessary subterran continental pillars will carry the weight, but will crack like chopsticks when the rupture occurs.
Every other plate might be broken into pieces, except the prepped landmasses.

And then BHD about your granite ... thats indeed interesting to ponder about ;)
To me it seems that the intensity of a whole big piece is more and stronger then that of many small pieces.
Its just like with humanity : break us up in pieces then we are less powerful and more inceptible of other influences.
If we would act like a whole, by connecting our consciousness, then we would be the biggest nightmare of The Ruling Elite !!! Then it is harder to get down to the core and seed frequencies that will disrupt the whole. To me it seems that the magnetic field and capacity of a big chunk (a whole humanity) would be not only stronger but also bigger then that of 1000 small pieces. It also seems to me that if resonance is applied to a big chunk, it will resonate much quicker then 1000 small pieces would do together. The big chunk would probably also be more capable of holding a frequency and a vibration, coz there are no 'borders' (no segments, no compartments) .. 1000 small pieces have also as many borders to pass, and which are able to slightly bend frequencies minimal ... Although it is known [proven in tests] that with small pieces of diamonds, at some point all the separated pieces are going to resonate all together and produce a collective tone. But I still think that a big chunk is stronger and faster and more accurate and can hold longer a frequency or a beam etc ..

So (imo) 'many parts' will never loose total connection and will resonate at one point together ... but not as strong, not as long and not as fast and focused as a big chunk would do. The harmonic resonance is more stable and the field resonance would be bigger and less easy to penetrate or pollute.

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why not pin this shit? you guys are taking about anything than the original thread.
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why not pin this shit? you guys are taking about anything than the original thread.
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Why cant you see that what we are talking about is related to the information brought out when this thread started ?

People with tunnel-vision cant see the broader context and connections ... Its time to see the relations outside the box.

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why not pin this shit? you guys are taking about anything than the original thread.
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Why cant you see that what we are talking about is related to the information brought out when this thread started ?

People with tunnel-vision cant see the broader context and connections ... Its time to see the relations outside the box.
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You can say that again!


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Interesting posts.
I like Hapgood's theories of crustal slip around the core, (mentioned by BHD). In this case wouldn't oil be a better lubricant than sea-water and chemicals injected during these fracking operations? Or is that the whole idea behind releasing deep oil pockets and replacing with water...are TPTB trying to put the brakes on the axial shift, or maybe steer it to their desired position rather than the designation of the incoming higher energies?
Quoting: Cosmos5491 19363958


Hey Cosmo'. I link what Hapgood and Casey theorise. Crustal shift AND Earth expansion. To me they go hand in hand.

I dont think the planet uses the oil for lubrication. That's a construct we came up with. Rock against magma, I think is enough to allow a slippage, and being the same material, a connectivity. and controlling mechanism. Harden up, and slow down, liquify, and speed up.

I think you're on to something regarding the incomming energies.

Not sure if cymatics is correct, but to me, it makes a 'wave' /energy/vibrationary universe more easy to understand. That thread NexEd started on it is a really nice starter, and I re-read it a lot.

Incomming, in our usual scientific method has been so hard for me to picture. For instance. Our Sun has a CME. It is spinning, we are spinning, it is orbiting, we are orbiting, and according to Haremaine, we are all spiralling too!

So when a CME is predicted as hitting Earth, I find it near impossible to get all bent out of shape.

In a connected fluid universe, where particles can move through intent, and make sympathetic particles pass on the message so to speak, a direction becomes more palatable. (to me)

I bring this up, as a lot of discussion has centered around incomming rays from this or that galaxy. Again to actually interact with us would be one in a million. Space is big, and on the move.

In fluidic space, where everything has something to touch and transfer, particularly vibration, directed energy and vibes makes sense.

It doesnt matter how far a part those tuning forks are!

Maybe I will have to change my tag back.. as everything I am doing at present seems to include vibrations. LOL.

But, like that article in Vet's Today, a 'sour note' seems to be part of the song. That would be imho, what the gig is all about for anyone trying to control an entire planetary system.

Keep it our of sync, keep it off a harmonic. (mind you, eventually a harmonic will find a common phase. Natural coolnes at its best!!)

So no wonder 'now' is the time. With so many sentient creatures on the planet's surface (which are directly linked back to the planet's conciousness, via - water) - the trick is to change those folks vibratory patterns to eventually change that of the planet. The oil idea, about negativity... well, introduce that in the daily workings of the creatures, and base the entire control system around it, and the negative infection grows, changing the vibe of the place.

Hell, add music, TV, movies, and the scam continues.

The cool thing, the really cool thing, is that it could be undone overnight. With one pure thought.

That's the trick.
Quoting:BHD

Thanks BHD...This all resonates. Yeh, magma's enough to lubricate the plates...all has to become fairly plastic before any axial shift I think.
I'm not so familiar with the Earth expansion theory...is this a fast expansion around time of shifts or gradual over time? I'll have to look up Casey's stuff on this I think.
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Ah...scratch the above, just looked at a quick vid...the Pangea stuff, of course...thought you might be talking about something else.
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OK
The vaulted LIMESTONE ceiling of Roslyn chapel is studed with a kind of cubic
relief,this has a randomness of pattern to it (a masterpiece of stonemasonry)
Turns-out this represents a musical score in stone, based on the so called
devils cord!
An attempt to test the HARMONIC was made with woo results.
A kind of sweet spot was found using psy-method.
On this spot sensitives felt they were lifted (levitated:)and strange sounds were heard,likened to what he could only describe as"the sound an MRI scanner makes"At the time there was a lot of scaffold in the chapel and it was planned to re-turn and re-try when the work is completed!
For me the reference to MRI struck a cord, lol
just prior to hearing this (couple years back) I had spent time on an out-reach of the Monroe Institute just outside Madrid. This involved an intensive week of
Hemi-sync 5-6 sessions per day. While there I was disturbed all week by sounds
of a party in the room above,staff?lots of chair and table movement, murmer that sort of thing,I became so used to it no problem.So on the last day we take group shot pics front of house and I notice that the roof above my room is flat, no room above!!!
OK so idea! the harmonic limestone and the hemi-sync make a bridge to
hypnogogia,the sound of hypnogogia is like magnetic resonance,the bridge to hypnogogia is on the road to the seat of consciousness! There are many
well documented cases of access to hypnogogic states and return with genius,
Tesla and Dali being a couple of favorites;)

Ahhh gota get horizontal!

Lee-Ho!!
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Neal Adams, who deos some amazing comic art, is a big proponent of the expanding Earth thoery.

It does explain so much. I wrote him a letter a while back, and mentioned Hapgood & the Flem-Ath's on crustal shift, with a view to saying I think they both fit. Expansion & crust shift.

A long while back, the lovely Isis put forward some amazing sea floor maps and theories about where things were, and where they were going. It was really nice solid ideas, and the two theories above slot in with that also, especially all the 'stretch' marks.

I have a feeling I scared off Neal Adams by mentioning my belief that in some way, on some level, the planet is living and sentient. He'll put up with the scientific community bagging him about expanding Erath, but Gaia theory may be pushing it! To me, it just enhances it all.

One of the issues that Earth expansion theory has, to some, is where does the extra matter come from?

That last post I mentioned a friend has been explaining how certain particles can be multiphasic. That light for instance, is particles travelling in tiny spirals, expanding out as an electric field, only to collapse, and spiral back inwards as a magnetic field, and so on, giving it forward motion. Its just vibration. Change the frequency and you can get the same particles to become other forms of energy, states, and matter. It's just the repulsive, or attractive forces and frequencies at work that makes wood, wood, or glass glass, or water water. And complimentary frequencies can enable a particle next to it to be the same, just like the two tuning forks side by side.

So incomming waves can be translated or transduced is the right word I think, through the magnetosphere, and changed in to matter, which allows the planet to grow. That's what I sent him in any regard, as it is an area he had trouble really explaining well. The tuning fork analagy is great here, as where there was nothing, the second tuning fork simply starts vibrating at the same frequency in sympathy!
Two, three, four etc where there was only one source.

I think if you take it to the extreme, a solid world eventually becomes a gas giant, as the particles eventually spread so thin, but electro-gravidic forces hold it all together. Maybe the planet's conciousness holds it all together?

Wow, here's a thought, when planets eventually get to this level, maybe the life form on them, attached to them, are also gasious or excited energy? How cool is that!?
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Everything is excited energy.
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OK
The vaulted LIMESTONE ceiling of Roslyn chapel is studed with a kind of cubic
relief,this has a randomness of pattern to it (a masterpiece of stonemasonry)
Turns-out this represents a musical score in stone, based on the so called
devils cord!
An attempt to test the HARMONIC was made with woo results.
A kind of sweet spot was found using psy-method.
On this spot sensitives felt they were lifted (levitated:)and strange sounds were heard,likened to what he could only describe as"the sound an MRI scanner makes"At the time there was a lot of scaffold in the chapel and it was planned to re-turn and re-try when the work is completed!
For me the reference to MRI struck a cord, lol
just prior to hearing this (couple years back) I had spent time on an out-reach of the Monroe Institute just outside Madrid. This involved an intensive week of
Hemi-sync 5-6 sessions per day. While there I was disturbed all week by sounds
of a party in the room above,staff?lots of chair and table movement, murmer that sort of thing,I became so used to it no problem.So on the last day we take group shot pics front of house and I notice that the roof above my room is flat, no room above!!!
OK so idea! the harmonic limestone and the hemi-sync make a bridge to
hypnogogia,the sound of hypnogogia is like magnetic resonance,the bridge to hypnogogia is on the road to the seat of consciousness! There are many
well documented cases of access to hypnogogic states and return with genius,
Tesla and Dali being a couple of favorites;)

Ahhh gota get horizontal!

Lee-Ho!!
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Yes, an interesting place, and built in the mid 1400's, so ties back in to the whole music/harmonic dark ages brought down on the fledgeling music indusrtry! Kill the artisans that knew how to connect with the Human soul with instruments like the Stradovarias etc. Make em slightly off, to stop anyone from 'getting' the connections.

That whole deal of hidden harmonics in relatively modern temples seems to be accepted, but try to link it to the pyramids, and no-one wants to listen. Tombs are all they are it seems. NOT!!!!

BTW, I prefer the Sinclair history of Roslyn chapel over the orthodox version. How about you?

LOve yr story on the party upstairs. All we need do is sort the right frequencies and we'll transport entire people!
It's all about the 'vibe'
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<Love yr story on the party upstairs. All we need do is sort the right frequencies and we'll transport entire people!>


I'd rather have beer.

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Yes BHD, the AC France-post immediately sended me to the pyramids also !!!
Limestone - resonance - geometry - various magnetic sensations !!
And I think that the granite has a balancing or other specific designation, that is needed to get a specific occurence.
Just intuitively 'location-focus' and 'field-focus' come in my mind. (Have to check it out if thats true)

Like you I also believe (am convinced) that they are far more then tombs !
...lol... tombs are for the sheaple ;)
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<Love yr story on the party upstairs. All we need do is sort the right frequencies and we'll transport entire people!>


I'd rather have beer.
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LOL Hans !!!!

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I'd rather have beer.
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But, ma-man, then you could transport here and have a real one with me!
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@ BaHD

Pox, on the orthodox!
This prison is forged of orthopox,deception and guilt!!!
Lol its defo the Sinclair's pour mois:)

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