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Thanx Krispy.
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Dang! I should have consulted you two first.

I told Grouch that the stadium was not on a ley line. Oops.

(but this was in relation to Bruce Cathie's work on the grid, and atomic weapons)
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water is up to 10,000 years old ... RECHARCHED!
PURE WATER ! From a different timeSTAMP !

colorbump


Vast aquifer found in Namibia could last for centuries
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

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Estimates suggest the aquifer could supply the north of the country for 400 years at current rates of consumption.
Scientists say the water is up to 10,000 years old but is cleaner to drink than many modern sources.

However, there are concerns that unauthorised drilling could threaten the new supply.

... They have now identified this new aquifer called Ohangwena II, which flows under the boundary between Angola and Namibia. On the Namibian side of the border it covers an area roughly 70 km by 40 km (43 miles by 25 miles).

Martin Quinger says the discovery may be up to 10,000 years old but it is still good to drink. "If the water [has spent] 10,000 years underground, it means it was recharged at a time when environmental pollution was not yet an issue, so on average it can be a lot better than water that infiltrates in cycles of months or years."



SALT !
And other signal words ...

The natural pressure that the water is under means that it is easy and cheap to extract. But because a smaller salty aquifer sits on top of the new find it raises the possibility that unauthorised drilling could threaten the quality of the water.

Martin Quinger says that random drilling into the aquifer could be dangerous. "If people don't comply with our technical recommendations they might create a hydraulic shortcut between the two aquifers which might lead to the salty water from the upper one contaminating the deep one or vice versa." One of the biggest advantages of the new aquifer could be in helping people cope with climate change.

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Krispy that is interesting. Seems all the major power factions are grabbing themselves a piece of the 'action'.

Will be interesting to see what happens here in OZ.

The big aquifer in the centre of Australia is on Crown land. Land supposedly belonging to the Commonwealth. But the Govt, will claim it. (there is a very fine distinction there) However... the guardians's of the land there, the Arrernte people, will, and have already made a claim, and their claim is marked with these massive spirals drawn in the desert!! (said to be 40,000 years old!!)

[Pity I cant go back on to T C P, anon as there is a great thread on it. Have a looky if your interested.]

And then there's the recent temporary 'renters'.

The US base, now joint facility, Pine Gap, is technically US sovereign territory.

For years it has been assumed Pine Gap has been about monitoring the skys and radar etc.

Methinks they have always known about the aquifer, and have a connection.

Krispy, expect more aquifer and water related 'skirmishes', especially over the deep ones.

- and just to add, an aquifer does not necessarily need to be on land. It can be under the ocean. (Spratley's, Sth Thule, MacQuarrie Island etc)

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Given it's coast line makes up a large proportion of the Arctic, this move is rather interesting.

Thread: China buys Canadian Oil company Nexen for 15 Billion CASH! Hostile corporate takeover of canada? OUTRAGEOUS!!

Control of oil, and other petro chemicals in that region takes on a whole new light for me.

I wonder whether they will exploit it, repair it, or stop it? (long term)

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Also an interesting thread -

Thread: Fishy Catch: Fukushima fins spotted on US shores



Something just wont let me accept the official story on Fukashima. A deliberate act always comes to mind Even a defensive act?

This post highlighted some great points -

The most popular fish, tuna, is the tip of the iceberg, and because it is at the top of the food chain, it concentrates radioisotopes more than other species of sea-life.

However the wording of the news story only continued to spread a misunderstanding about this subject which may allow the uneducated to fool themselves into a sense of false security.

The reporter kept saying things like,

"...radiation was found in the tuna..."

"The fish contained radiation."

"Fukushima spewed radiation into the atmosphere"

This kind of wording although not completely incorrect are very misleading to one who does not understand.

Ionizing radiation, is just like light, or is light (depending on the type).

"Radiation" exists for its tiny moment of time, and then it no longer exists, just like a photon of light in a box, it is only a flash of energy.

Alpha and to some extent Beta radiation can hardly penetrate even the skin, so they may pose little risk if the radioactive (flash) occurs outside of the body.

Radioactive isotopes on the other hand are materials which emit radiation, often alpha or beta radiation, but if they emit an alpha or beta or any other type of ionizing radiation from within the body, then the radioactive isotope (a chunk of material in effect) does much more continuous damage to a tiny area, which can easily stimulate the formation of a cancer.

There are may different types of radioactive isotopes and they concentrate or flush from a living body in different ways. Some types of radioisotopes like cesium, plutonium, uranium, may be at dangerous levels to a human in the form of food long before they contain enough of the material to be detectable on a Geiger counter.

For example, there can be a piece of dust of uranium 238 composed of thousands of uranium atoms, but a still very tiny speck, microscopic in size.

Let's say this piece of dust is inside the tuna, or inside your body. Uranium emits alpha which won't even penetrate the a quarter inch of flesh, so it will not be detectible on any Geiger counter outside, but that speck could do considerable damage to the quarter inch of flesh that surrounds it, and cause a cancer to develop within years.

Go ahead and check your tuna with a Geiger counter, with the tuna out of the can because the can will block alpha or beta radiation, but the risk could be there even if you detect nothing special on a Geiger counter. Only a laboratory that can do chemical analysis of the food can provide an idea of the levels of radioisotopes of a food.

(There are methods that a home scientist could perform to concentrate isotopes from substances, and that just might approach methods whereby a layman might be able to determine true risk but that is more than I would go into for this post.)

A Geiger counter does not read levels of radioisotopes, but merely radiation as light.

If you do get a higher reading on your Geiger counter from food... or from the general environment, and if you determine that the source is material, like radioisotopes (like from fukushima, and not mere radiation light, like from an event from space), then I would consider it to be already a deadly dose... of who knows what isotope, but it would be highly likely to be isotopes which will concentrate in the body and produce cancer in a matter of years.
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I still follow this crazy thread! You guys should check into this book "HOWL OF THE DOGS" it's NOT scientific but it feels like One of you wrote this story, without brief cases and crystals!
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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I still follow this crazy thread! You guys should check into this book "HOWL OF THE DOGS" it's NOT scientific but it feels like One of you wrote this story, without brief cases and crystals!
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"Day of the Dogs" was much better. Howl was left over bits.


BTW, thanks for popping in! hf

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I know I keep going on about jellyfish, but this seems relevant

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Related to research on artificial hearts, but those jellies do keep on popping up !

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It's Doobie!!!!!!! Hi Doobes.

Artificial hearts and jellyfish eh? I cant even start to think how you got on to that track. Awesome!

"I started looking at marine organisms that pump to survive, said Kevin Kit Parker, a professor of bioengineering and applied physics at Harvard.

Then I saw a jellyfish at the New England Aquarium, and I immediately noted both similarities and differences between how the jellyfish pumps and the human heart.

The similarities help reveal what you need to do to design a bio-inspired pump."

SNIP

"Next, they printed a pattern made of protein onto the "body" that resembled the muscle architecture of the real animal.

They grew the heart muscle cells on top, with the protein pattern serving as a road map for the growth and organisation of the rat tissue. This allowed them to turn the cells into a coherent swimming muscle.

When the researchers set the Medusoid free in a container of electrically conducting fluid, they shocked the Medusoid into swimming with synchronised contractions. The muscle cells even started to contract a bit on their own before the electrical current was applied.

I was surprised that with relatively few components - a silicone base and cells that we arranged - we were able to reproduce some pretty complex swimming and feeding behaviours that you see in biological jellyfish, said John Dabiri, professor of aeronautics and bioengineering at Caltech."



How amazing. Also that they employed 3D printing to create the silicone mat and the cell structure.

I'm both amazed and concerned at the same time Doobes. Amazed at what we can do, but worried it will go too far or be distorted and released like Venter's crap.

Amazing stuff.








Aliens watching planet Earth - "WTF is it with these guys building shit out of rats all the time?!!"

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Think this has done the rounds before, but maybe not with these comments. It does mention pyramids on the Moon and acting as solar collectors.


[link to b--oreitsnews.com]

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hi folks!!!!
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Hiya DMG.

TY's to Tauranga, Shadasonic, 2342, RoXY, Earth420, Valenn and Isis for adding to the Karma funding of my av. hf

+ Rocky! + Nostril Damus LOL

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Activists to Occupy toxic strip mine after groundbreaking health report

Human and Earth rights defender Tim DeChristopher, a noted leader against mountaintop removal, calls those human health consequences "collateral damage."
[link to www.examiner.com]
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Study finds toxins from surface mining

“We’ve observed that the water quality in the surface mining area is affected by something. It’s definitely different from what we call control sites—that is, sites where there is no surface mining. There’s higher Ph, higher conductivity, to some degree higher organic compounds both in surface water and in ground water. And there’s also higher levels of air particulates.”
[link to www.wvpubcast.org]
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Sweeping 'Grand Canyon' discovered beneath Antarctic ice

July 25, 2012

| LiveScience

A dramatic gash in the surface of the Earth that could rival the majesty of the Grand Canyon has been discovered secreted beneath Antarctica's vast, featureless ice sheet.

Dubbed the Ferrigno Rift for the glacier that fills it, the chasm's steep walls plunge nearly a mile down (1.5 kilometers) at its deepest. It is roughly 6 miles (10 km) across and at least 62 miles (100 km) long, possibly far longer if it extends into the sea.

The rift was discovered during a grueling 1,500-mile (2,400 km) trek that, save for a few modern conveniences, hearkens back to the days of early Antarctic exploration. And it came as a total surprise, according to the man who first sensed that something incredible was literally underfoot, hidden by more than a half-mile (1 km) of ice.

Old-school exploration

Robert Bingham, a glaciologist at the University of Aberdeen, along with field assistant Chris Griffiths, had embarked on a nine-week trip during the 2009-2010 field season to survey the Ferrigno Glacier, a region humans had visited only once before, 50 years earlier. Over the last decade, satellites have revealed the glacier is the site of the most dramatic ice loss in its West Antarctica neighborhood, a fringe of coastline just west of the Antarctic Peninsula — the narrow finger of land that points toward South America.

The two-man team set out aboard snowmobiles, dragging radar equipment behind them to measure the topography of the rock beneath the windswept ice, in a region notorious for atrocious weather. Braced for arduous, yet uneventful fieldwork, the surprise came right away. [Images: Antarctica's Icy Wilderness]

"It was literally one of the first days that we were driving across the ice stream, doing what we thought was a pretty standard survey, that I saw the bed of the ice just dropping away," Bingham said.

The drop was so sudden and so deep that Bingham drove back and forth across the area two or three more times to check the data, and saw the same pattern. "We got the sense that there was something really exciting under there," he told OurAmazingPlanet. "It was one of the most exciting science missions I've ever had."

Slippery implications

Bingham compared the hidden chasm to the Grand Canyon in scale, but said that tectonic forces of continental rifting — in contrast to erosion — created the Ferrigno Rift, wrenching the fissure's walls apart probably tens of millions of years ago, when Antarctica was ice-free.

Excitement surrounding the discovery has deeper implications than the mere gee-whiz factor of finding such a massive feature. The Ferrigno Rift's "existence profoundly affects ice loss," Bingham and co-authors from the British Antarctic Survey wrote in a paper published in Nature today (July 25).

"The geology and topography under the ice controls how the ice flows," said Robin Bell, a geophysicist and professor at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, who was not associated with the research. "Ice will flow faster over sediments, like those found in rifts," said Bell, a veteran Antarctic researcher, who has long studied yet another dramatic, yet invisible geological feature, the hidden Gamburtsev Mountains in East Antarctica.

In addition, the study authors write, the rift is providing a channel for warm ocean water to creep toward the interior of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, gnawing away at the Ferrigno Glacier from below.

Together, these two factors could be speeding the glacier's march to the sea, and the overall effects could have implications for the stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, which is responsible for 10 percent of global sea level rise that is currently happening.

Scientists are still only just beginning to understand the myriad mechanisms that control the seemingly dramatic melting observed in regions of West Antarctica, and how climate change is affecting all the moving parts.

"With something like the Antarctic ice sheet, some of these processes take centuries, and the amount of time we've been able to observe changes is at the maximum 20 years," Bingham said. "It's a very small amount of time."

"We need to gather more data," he said.


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Tnx Hans that is an awesome piece of information!
Even before I read it, I could see in my mind there was a warm source in the deep of that rift, then the text confirmed it .. great.


Well done Hans !



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Something like 10% of the worlds submarines are gathered in the Gulf of Mexico. What the fuck are they all doing there or rather what the fuck are they looking for? DED shows 12 US, 2 French, 3 British, 2 Russian, 1 Canadian, 3 German, 1 Israeli and 2 Unknown submarines
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Has Captain Nemo and the Nautilus shown up yet?
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Wheres the giant Octopus at ? Lol Oh ya sorry i forgot he died in the BP oil spill and correxit scam... Sorry no ones coming to save us :(

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Hi all
just back from ban-ville and find ten pages deleted! and BaHD got a new fork?
(tuning? pitch?) or som'nt a little more sinister,OUCH!!
Anything I should know about?
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Thanx again for the positive feedback BHD...I'm pleased to be able to contribute.
I take your point about ttwb maybe switching on the feel-good vibes at the games. Apparently two Ley lines cross on or near the Olympic site somewhere...and they told us it was just an old piece of waste ground...mmm. If I can get some info on the exact positions of the leys, I'll post it.
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LEY-TON-STONE!
Delicious piece of Techtosage observance no? :)
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Thanx again for the positive feedback BHD...I'm pleased to be able to contribute.
I take your point about ttwb maybe switching on the feel-good vibes at the games. Apparently two Ley lines cross on or near the Olympic site somewhere...and they told us it was just an old piece of waste ground...mmm. If I can get some info on the exact positions of the leys, I'll post it.
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LEY-TON-STONE!
Delicious piece of Techtosage observance no? :)
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Welcome back.

Ley (lines) - Ton (tones) - stone (sediments > limestone and others, we should check out the underground on maps! But 'stone' also stands for pilar-obelisk-monument which is a focuspoint for energy to send !!! )

Whats in a name ?
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This thread is about as retarded as they come and its still here.. Wow
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Tnx Hans that is an awesome piece of information!
Even before I read it, I could see in my mind there was a warm source in the deep of that rift, then the text confirmed it .. great.


Well done Hans !



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I am turning BESERK !!!

I have an AMOEBA in my colon, one that is related to CONTAMINATION of food and water with POOP/feces-bacteria,
and one that replicates by BINARY fission , it is a BINUCLEATE form !!!

It feeds on IRON and BLOOD in the walls of your colon !!! (suck iron and blood from the bowel wall like internal mosquitoes)


help
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Yeh Rik Clay went into a lot of those connections, but I was looking for something that showed exactly where the leys crossed within the Olympic site. In the stadium itself? Near this huge purpose built harmonised bell which is to be chimed at the start and end of the games?
The bigger the bell...the lower the vibe?
If this sets the tone in the ley system, will this get augmented by certain mounds or stone circles, and was also wondering if certain pyramids might come into play.
If we get a low vibe from this, I'm wondering who or what this might trigger.
Think the feel-good factor will come into play when ttwb want us to feel good about something...feel that's a bit later, unless they are cutting out a few steps of course.
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Hey guys - sorry to disrupt-- quick question...

what does this icon mean?

damned

Never could figure that one out.

Thanks:)
hf
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Thanks for all the updating everyone...... the awakening is at hand.... be prepared to be of assistance for those that will need it.... everyone of you whether you are a poster or a lurker.... you know that you know now what you are meant to do.

God bless all of you,
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Thanks Gabe, stay safe.
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HI Kry

don't like the sound of this iron-blood bandit budy of your's and would guess has sum'nt to do with exesive rain? or you been hangin in da wrong hood hon!!
Soo was looking for this link [link to www.purewateronline.co.uk]
been using these filters for years (boats and exotic travel etc) (will purify a Mumbia mud puddle yumm:) any-way found this while searching [link to sentinelkennels.com] and thought it a rather unique take on the water, Pyramid stuff you BaHD n Cosmos been chasing!
Cool huh?

Be-Well-Soon
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Hi all
just back from ban-ville and find ten pages deleted! and BaHD got a new fork?
(tuning? pitch?) or som'nt a little more sinister,OUCH!!
Anything I should know about?
I go-now, catch-up!!!
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Bout' these missing pages, OP been house keeping? GLP may-be?
wonder what,snot hides from us;))
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Hi all
just back from ban-ville and find ten pages deleted! and BaHD got a new fork?
(tuning? pitch?) or som'nt a little more sinister,OUCH!!
Anything I should know about?
I go-now, catch-up!!!
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Bout' these missing pages, OP been house keeping? GLP may-be?
wonder what,snot hides from us;))
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Ooops
typo, should read what he's not hiding from us;)))
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This thread is about as retarded as they come and its still here.. Wow
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Hi all
just back from ban-ville and find ten pages deleted! and BaHD got a new fork?
(tuning? pitch?) or som'nt a little more sinister,OUCH!!
Anything I should know about?
I go-now, catch-up!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984



Bout' these missing pages, OP been house keeping? GLP may-be?
wonder what,snot hides from us;))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484984


Ooops
typo, should read what he's not hiding from us;)))
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I have had posts deleted, within minutes
op is still active

I suspect rand-doom things happen

seems like all part of some weird dream, at times

love (and healing) to all

dr
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