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Are methane hydrates dissolving?

The transitional zones between shallow shelf seas and the deep sea at continental slopes store a huge amount of methane hydrates in the sea bed. These specific, ice-like compounds only forms at low temperatures and under high pressure. When the water temperature directly above the sea bed rises, some of the methane hydrates could dissolve and release the previously bound methane.

“This scenario incorporates two fears: Firstly that enormous amounts of this very powerful greenhouse gas will be released into the atmosphere, and secondly that the continental slopes may become unstable” explains the geophysicist Professor Christian Berndt from GEOMAR | Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel. He is leading an expedition starting today on the German research vessel MARIA S. MERIAN which will analyse the sea off the western shore of Spitsbergen in order to find out whether the first methane hydrates in the sea bed are dissolving and what the consequences might be.



“These spots lie directly on the border of the area of stable hydrates” explains Professor Berndt. “Therefore we presume that the hydrates are dissolving from the rim inwards.”


With the help of echo sounders, researchers will seek out new gas sources in order to determine the total amount of escaping gas. With Germany’s only submersible JAGO, they will closely investigate the gas outlets in up to 400 m depth.

“It is interesting for us, for example, to find out whether special microorganisms that can break down the methane before it is released in the atmosphere have settled around the outlets” explains Professor Tina Treude from GEOMAR, who will be running the microbiological work during the expedition.

Parallel to this, geophysicists, lead by Professor Sebastian Krastel from GEOMAR, will investigate the slopes under the gas outlet spots for signs of instability using acoustic and seismic methods.

“The methane hydrates act like binding cement on these slopes. If they dissolve, chances are that parts of the slopes will slide,” explains Professor Krastel, who focuses on marine hazards at GEOMAR.


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Talk about synchronicity! Was just thinking about this AC Canada. Thanks a heap for that info. Yes, special organisms indeed!

Thinking in relation to any 'plan' they would have to know about melting methylhydrates, and the various forms they can take on once melted, in relation to how they directly effect the environment around them, and the greater environment and atmosphere.

They exist not only under the surface layer of soil, but in the case of the Arctic, they are embedded in layers on the underside of the ice pack where they have bubbled up from the sea bed, and have been captured under the ice.

We know that ice has begun melting quite violently. We know that whole region is releasing methane from the perma frosts too.

So, is it a by product from a process, or is it being used to 'do' something, build something? (eventually)

Is the current rush for synthetic micro organisms the first response or planned response to this growing methylhydrate issue?

Is bezerk a measurement of where things are at? Is it a warning of things gone wrong? A breach of the planned protocol?

I am sure that like GoM, delivery of synthetics will be veiled with an issue, or tagged on to an issue, and released within a fix or cure for that issue.

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i love the quote someone made on that thread "so thats what happened to that french submarine" giggle giggle
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Hey bud. Yeah, giggled at that too. Were quite a few references to bezerk! LOL
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Any folks here, a part from Isis, go on the 'Tomb' thread?

Just interested to see who has a shared interest in such things.

This one - Thread: Can anyone help me decipher what this "sign" says? I found this "Tomb" in the cemetary... It may have an important message for me!
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From El's quake thread - Update:
Local TV: Concern over potential for additional collapse around Louisiana sinkhole — “More than 50 caverns underground” (VIDEO)

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Any folks here, a part from Isis, go on the 'Tomb' thread?

Just interested to see who has a shared interest in such things.

This one - Thread: Can anyone help me decipher what this "sign" says? I found this "Tomb" in the cemetary... It may have an important message for me!
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Shame on you BHD!

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Related to salt dome issue:

Thread: Go about 50 miles due west of the sink hole and you get to Lake Peignuer !!This is what happened when they drilled there in 1980!!!
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08/15/2012 Flyover

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08/15/2012 - Sinkhole Site Video

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Published on Aug 15, 2012 by assumptionla

In this video, you see clean up contractors working inside the sinkhole. Please note that the tree falling in the video was cut, as others have been to make way for an access road that is being constructed to haul debris out.
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Anyone else starting to wonder at who BeePeeGuy was/is?

So much of what he said at the time, which seemed a bit crazy, is comming true.

I have a quote in my records that I cant find an article link against, but it's amongst his work.

"When we start hearing low, muffled explosions from deep under ground, we'll know that the individualised pockets of fracked strata have indeed become interlinked to become a 'super fracked' strata. The Super fracked strata will have exposed innumerous underground cavern filled with salts, minerals, gasses and oils that rest against a subsection of the Madrid fault. When this happened they'll know they've messed up big time".

"The US Gov has been undergoing a 24/7 operations, at numerous sites, of keeping the caverns pressurized with fluids, to prevent methane in particular, from traveling through the fault and destabilizing it further. Watch for low lakes, low rivers, depleted aquifers". [create a heat wave to cover up this development?]

"The point where they cant cover it up anymore is when methane bubbles start appearing in the Gulf, and Gulf States. It will be a sign that the US's efforts have failed and that the methane was now free flowing. If we start to see methane bubbles and sinkholes around the Gulf coast, it would signal a window of months before a cascade failure occurs, as salt domes and gasseous pockets collapse".

This fits in scarily well with events of late, including the low muffled explosions. Most folks have referred to them as 'booms' - and I have jumped to the conclusion of sonic booms, not muffled explosions from under ground.

Must admit, this scenario scares the crap out of me. That was dated late 2010.

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Isis this is the vid BeePeeGuy gave us on lake Peignuer -


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Any folks here, a part from Isis, go on the 'Tomb' thread?

Just interested to see who has a shared interest in such things.

This one - Thread: Can anyone help me decipher what this "sign" says? I found this "Tomb" in the cemetary... It may have an important message for me!
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Shame on you BHD!

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I did have a reason behind the quetion. I've seen you on there, so I know you have an interest in it.

I'm starting to see some parralels in the two threads is all. And was wondering if it's because of input skewed by bezerk thinking, or whether there really are some parralels.

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Anyone else starting to wonder at who BeePeeGuy was/is?

So much of what he said at the time, which seemed a bit crazy, is comming true.

I have a quote in my records that I cant find an article link against, but it's amongst his work.

"When we start hearing low, muffled explosions from deep under ground, we'll know that the individualised pockets of fracked strata have indeed become interlinked to become a 'super fracked' strata. The Super fracked strata will have exposed innumerous underground cavern filled with salts, minerals, gasses and oils that rest against a subsection of the Madrid fault. When this happened they'll know they've messed up big time".

"The US Gov has been undergoing a 24/7 operations, at numerous sites, of keeping the caverns pressurized with fluids, to prevent methane in particular, from traveling through the fault and destabilizing it further. Watch for low lakes, low rivers, depleted aquifers". [create a heat wave to cover up this development?]

"The point where they cant cover it up anymore is when methane bubbles start appearing in the Gulf, and Gulf States. It will be a sign that the US's efforts have failed and that the methane was now free flowing. If we start to see methane bubbles and sinkholes around the Gulf coast, it would signal a window of months before a cascade failure occurs, as salt domes and gasseous pockets collapse".

This fits in scarily well with events of late, including the low muffled explosions. Most folks have referred to them as 'booms' - and I have jumped to the conclusion of sonic booms, not muffled explosions from under ground.

Must admit, this scenario scares the crap out of me. That was dated late 2010.
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What happens next?

Whats so bad about methane flowing freely to the surface?
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Hi Sarah. Methane, in large semi-contained pockets has the ability to explode.

But the sig of free flowing methane will mean that some of these now unpressurised or overpressurised salt domes can collaps, creating sink holes.

Some of these domes are miles wide and miles deep.

Land collapse is one thing.

Gasses and oil reserves contacting lava at YellowStone or the Madrid Fault is another predicament.

In certain conditions, methanic/butanic clouds have settled in valleys over small towns during the night cycle. Entire towns have perished during their sleep duw to oxygen deprivation, which has slowly been delpleted by these blankets.

Sorry for being so doomy...

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4 U.S. Nuclear Reactors Shutdown in Past 3 Days - Various Issues; NRC Claims "Coincidental"

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1. Minnesota - Prairie Island - Shutdown Aug. 14
2. Minnesota - Monticello - Shutdown Aug. 14
3. Maryland - Calvert Cliffs - Shutdown Aug. 12
4. Michigan - Palisades - Shutdown Aug. 12
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Isis, maybe the only way to stop these horrific scenarios is to dowse the area with millions of tonnes of water?

Where else have we seen nuclear incidents, soft booms, and millions of tonnes of water?
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Hi Sarah. Methane, in large semi-contained pockets has the ability to explode.

But the sig of free flowing methane will mean that some of these now unpressurised or overpressurised salt domes can collaps, creating sink holes.

Some of these domes are miles wide and miles deep.

Land collapse is one thing.

Gasses and oil reserves contacting lava at YellowStone or the Madrid Fault is another predicament.

In certain conditions, methanic/butanic clouds have settled in valleys over small towns during the night cycle. Entire towns have perished during their sleep duw to oxygen deprivation, which has slowly been delpleted by these blankets.

Sorry for being so doomy...
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Thanks for the explanation.

So basically a high death toll from a man made catastrophy.
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Anyone else starting to wonder at who BeePeeGuy was/is?

So much of what he said at the time, which seemed a bit crazy, is comming true.

I have a quote in my records that I cant find an article link against, but it's amongst his work.

"When we start hearing low, muffled explosions from deep under ground, we'll know that the individualised pockets of fracked strata have indeed become interlinked to become a 'super fracked' strata. The Super fracked strata will have exposed innumerous underground cavern filled with salts, minerals, gasses and oils that rest against a subsection of the Madrid fault. When this happened they'll know they've messed up big time".

"The US Gov has been undergoing a 24/7 operations, at numerous sites, of keeping the caverns pressurized with fluids, to prevent methane in particular, from traveling through the fault and destabilizing it further. Watch for low lakes, low rivers, depleted aquifers". [create a heat wave to cover up this development?]

"The point where they cant cover it up anymore is when methane bubbles start appearing in the Gulf, and Gulf States. It will be a sign that the US's efforts have failed and that the methane was now free flowing. If we start to see methane bubbles and sinkholes around the Gulf coast, it would signal a window of months before a cascade failure occurs, as salt domes and gasseous pockets collapse".

This fits in scarily well with events of late, including the low muffled explosions. Most folks have referred to them as 'booms' - and I have jumped to the conclusion of sonic booms, not muffled explosions from under ground.

Must admit, this scenario scares the crap out of me. That was dated late 2010.
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Interesting I've never really thought about these 'gas' pockets much but they are very real.
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In a new study, University of Texas at Dallas researchers outline how they used fluorescent molecules to "tag" DNA and monitor a process called DNA looping, a natural biological mechanism involved in rearranging genetic material in some types of cells. The UT Dallas "tag and track" method not only sheds light on how DNA loops form, but also might be adapted to screen drugs for effectiveness against certain viruses that shuffle genetic material, such as HIV.
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This is an updated version:

5 U.S. Nuclear Reactors Shutdown in Past 3 Days - Various Issues; NRC Claims "Coincidental"

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Oh, My Stars and Hexagons! DNA Code Shapes Gold Nanoparticles

DNA holds the genetic code for all sorts of biological molecules and traits. But University of Illinois researchers have found that DNA's code can similarly shape metallic structures. The team found that DNA segments can direct the shape of gold nanoparticles--tiny gold crystals that have many applications in medicine, electronics and catalysis. Each of the four DNA bases codes for a different gold particle shape: Rough round particles, stars, flat round discs and hexagons.
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The Division of Earth Sciences (EAR) is part of the Geosciences Directorate at the National Science Foundation.

Summer 2012

EAR to the Ground


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NSF's South Pole Telescope Discovers a Galaxy Cluster Creating Stars at a Record Pace

A National Science Foundation-funded radio telescope in Antarctica has found an extraordinary galaxy cluster that may force astronomers to rethink how galaxy clusters and the galaxies that inhabit them evolve.

The galaxy cluster was discovered some 5.7 billion light years from Earth by the 10-meter wide South Pole Telescope (SPT) located at NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica, which is funded by NSF's Office of Polar Programs.

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Galactic evolution.

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Oh, My Stars and Hexagons! DNA Code Shapes Gold Nanoparticles

DNA holds the genetic code for all sorts of biological molecules and traits. But University of Illinois researchers have found that DNA's code can similarly shape metallic structures. The team found that DNA segments can direct the shape of gold nanoparticles--tiny gold crystals that have many applications in medicine, electronics and catalysis. Each of the four DNA bases codes for a different gold particle shape: Rough round particles, stars, flat round discs and hexagons.
Full story at [link to news.illinois.edu]
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Bizy Bee. hf

When normal living DNA is subject to gold in nano form, the nano gold is used to break down the dna, or 'unzip' it so to speak, allowing re-programming. I dont know how they zip it back up however.

So these guys are using a specific nano gold particle, and introducing individual base sticks to them to see what happens. Wow.

Betting that it will occur with other metals and other nano building blocks too.

The vids of steel pipes morphing in to animals was mostly ridiculed over the net, when BeePeeGuy pointed them out. But as usual, time has proven him right again.

An interesting aspect of that research is the use of salt in the mix to make these gold nano seeds. They were created in a gold salt solution.

I still dont understand the way salt is used on a planetary scale, other than it might be a barrier of sorts. This gold nano salt solution is just all the more intriguing as a result.

I wonder what would happen if these scientists did their experiments in a pitrie dish with some of Lake Vostok's water in it?

Living metal creatures perhaps? If pipes were semi mutating down at the bottom of the GoM, then some of this majik, creation water quite possibly is down there too, or has been directed down there to try to remedy the problem created.

Cool article Isis.
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Residents Near Sinkhole Voice 'Relief Well' Fears; Texas Brine + DNR Get Sued

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The Division of Earth Sciences (EAR) is part of the Geosciences Directorate at the National Science Foundation.

Summer 2012

EAR to the Ground


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Some of you are gonna love this one.
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Some of us did love that one! hf

"There is likewise an emphatic shift in focus of the CZO program from one that utilized
the societal implications of critical zone processes as a context for the research
to one that envisions informing societal decisions as the direct goal of observations
and interpretation.

The Earth’s critical zone is the foundation of terrestrial ecosystem function,
hence understanding and quantifying transformation of the critical zone are important
for informing critical decisions on how humans can best mitigate, adapt or respond
to slow or abrupt changes in terrestrial environments
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They're looking to be based in Alaska. The new team's qualifications are amazing, especially the head who has dealt with new techniques in rapid oil clean up technologies with a biological aspect....

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Incredible Lightning!!! Thousands of Strikes.

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Wonder what the outcome would be if very much Methane was released and a storm such as this occurred?
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2 Louisiana sheriff deputies die in ‘ambush’ responding to earlier shooting

Two sheriff's deputies in Louisiana have been shot to death and two others injured after an early-morning shootout in St. John the Baptist Parish, west of New Orleans.

The first shooting occurred around 5:30 a.m. in a parking lot used by workers in an area of manufacturing plants and refineries along the Mississippi River.
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Nature-inspired systems give 'soft robots' ability to camouflage themselves

Such a "dynamic coloration" system could one day have a host of uses, ranging from helping doctors plan complex surgeries to acting as a visual marker to help search crews following a disaster, said Stephen Morin, a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Chemistry and Chemical Biology and first author of the paper.

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