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

 
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How exactly would oil travel hundreds of mile from the Deepwater Horizon site to the entire East Coast of the United States?

The Gulf Loop Current, a circular stream of warm water that runs through the Gulf of Mexico during the spring and summer, is basically the highway upon which the oil slick would travel. The loop pulls currents from the Caribbean Basin and around the Gulf of Mexico. After water is dragged south and through the Florida Strait, it enters the Atlantic Ocean and joins with the more powerful Gulf Stream.

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The Loop Current is an area of warm water that travels up from the Caribbean, past the Yucatan Peninsula, and into the Gulf of Mexico. The current is also known as the Florida current as it flows through the Florida Strait, into the Gulf Stream, and heads north up the eastern coast of the U.S.

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Intra-Americas Sea

Movies and snapshots of the 1/32° Global NLOM
SSH Nowcast SSH Forecast

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Movies and snapshots of the 1/32° Global NLOM
SSH Nowcast SSH Forecast

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animated map.

[link to www7320.nrlssc.navy.mil]

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Intra-Americas Sea

Movies and snapshots of the 1/32° Global NLOM
SSH Nowcast SSH Forecast

[link to www7320.nrlssc.navy.mil]
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animated map.

[link to www7320.nrlssc.navy.mil]
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wow!!!

animated map for 12 months. check out what happens around 090611!!!! is that breakoff of a large object part of the normal process???!!! wow!!!

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something went bezerk in the pacific ocean!!!!

what is this dark area near the east coast of Japan???!!!!


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Thread: what is this dark area near the east coast of Japan?? something went bezerk in the pacific ocean???
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yup!! thanks for the post.
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Very interesting thread you have there DMG!! You attracted some interesting 'lurkers'. hf

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Thread: Rotten EGG smell in San fernando vally socal!! and Spreading!! Now Reports on all News stations here!


Hmm, signs of destabilisation?

"Channels are covering this NEW DEVELOPMENT..Fire stations scrambled now, to investigate..

Dozens of people in the northern San Fernando Valley have reported a rotten egg-like odor this morning, a smell that's also been reported as far away as Simi Valley and the Inland Empire.

Firefighters have not identified any source of the smell or any hazard. Because there were no specific sources reported for the smell, there's been nothing for firefighters to check out, Humphrey said".

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"The smell is from the Salton Sea," said Senior Meteorologist Kevin Martin with Southern California Weather Authority.com. "An outflow boundary came in last night from Yuma, Ariz., ... crossed the Salton Sea and carried the smell up the Coachella Valley and through the Banning Pass, which ejected outward into the Inland Empire, Orange and Los Angeles County areas."



Even if it turns out to be the Salton Sea, it still remains curious. That's a long trip in the air to carry such a concentrated 'smell'.

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Thread: Mass Exodus of US Oil Refineries

They are leaving Gulf because they know what a total chaotic mess lies on bottom Gulf floor.

Hundreds leaking abandoned Wells - Floor imploding all over place. SYNTHIA story -etc

RUN!!!
 Quoting: fl seek 1065094


Damn right FL Seek!

MASS EXODUS OF US OIL REFINERIES:


In 2010, there were 149 operable U.S. refineries with a combined capacity of 17.6 million barrels
(2,800,000 m3) per day.
Something odd started happening in late 2010-early 2011.
The US oil refinery industry quietly announced the closure of numerous US oil refineries.

Many are completely unaware the US ships oil overseas to be processed.
We do so as we do not have enough refineries to process the vast amounts here, and we are barred from building anymore refineries.

All refineries perform three basic steps: separation, conversion, and treatment.
Pretty simple.
Several reasons include technical and economic factors as to why we ship it overseas to be
processed.
1. The crude petroleum is sold to the highest bidder, NOT the nearest bidder
2. There are different kinds of crude oil, such as sweet/light and dark/heavy.
They have different applications and uses.
3. Different kinds of refining processes are needed to make different products from the crude oil.
Petroleum is processed to make lots of products other than gasoline, like plastics and asphalt.
4. Politics, unions and the “environmentalists”

How many of you are aware Sunoco, ConocoPhillips and The HESS Corp are all closing US oil
refineries?
Not many, as the media refuses to give this huge story coverage.
If Americans understood the complete truth as to how we are being sold out, and enslaved
there just might be the much needed revolution to turn this country around.

Last September, both Sunoco & CP announced plant closing, effecting thousands of workers.
Sunoco announced they are completely getting out of the oil industry.
Closing up shop.
They are done with the US oil industry.
Sunoco is closing its 2 oil refineries in July 2012 in Philadelphia and Marcus Hook, Pa.
Those 2 facilities alone process over 500,000 barrels a day.


Also announced last year, ConocoPhillips announced 2 plant closing for sure in Trainer, PA and
Bayway, NJ.
The other 3 plants are undecided as of today. (February 2012…ed)


Conoco also announced they were closing their Alaskan refining facility:


Valero also announced in late 2011 the closure of US oil refining facilities, costing numerous jobs,
and the loss of 210,000 barrels of oil per day:


Just a week ago, the US 3rd largest oil refinery owned and operated by The HESS Corp just
announced it’s permanent closure.
Costing over 2,000 jobs, and effecting 950 contractors:

Refineries on the East Coast of the US supply 40% of the gasoline sales and 60% of the diesel
and other fuel oils.
Of that, half that comes from the Sunoco & ConocoPhillps plant closures.

When ConocoPhillips announced that it was closing the Trainer refinery, Willie Chiang, then
ConocoPhillips’ Senior Vice President of Refining, Marketing, Transportation and Commercial,
noted that their decision to sell, like Sunoco’s, was based on unfavourable economics caused
by a competitive and difficult market environment characterized by “...product imports, weakness
in motor fuel demand, and costly regulatory requirements.”

They are ALL closing up shop due to government regulations, and excessive operating costs
brought on by the Government regulations.

The excessive, and costly government regulations on the US oil refinery market, has forced
companies to re-evaluate the cost of doing business in the US.

Why have operations in the US where you bleed money via regulations and demands, when
you can have refineries built in Columbia, Mexico or Brazil for pennies on the dollar, and less
regulations?
It’s all business America...nothing personal. Besides...your government is
giving BILLIONS to Columbia and Brazil to build refineries to process all that oil the US is losing.

We are building up every country on earth, while destroying our own... all in the
name of redistribution of wealth.



You do the maths. When the US oil refineries finally close up shop, who will process all that oil...
and how much do YOU think that oil will cost when it’s ALL processed overseas?

Think gas and energy costs are high right now... wait 6 months.
You haven’t seen anything yet.
How can anyone expect any company to do business with an anti-American, hostile government
out of control? You can’t.
That is why we are seeing a mass exodus, across the board in every
industry in the US.
 Quoting: Carol - from Celebheaven web site


Whilst I dont agree with all of the conclusions this poster reaches, the points raised are very interesting.

Oil is purely and simply about money, NOTHING else. Plus the spin offs of power and control.

So if they be leavin, they leavin cos they knows somthin! (as stated by FL Seek)

@DMG, I think this might also tie in to your thread.

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Thread: Mass Exodus of US Oil Refineries

They are leaving Gulf because they know what a total chaotic mess lies on bottom Gulf floor.

Hundreds leaking abandoned Wells - Floor imploding all over place. SYNTHIA story -etc

RUN!!!
 Quoting: fl seek 1065094


Damn right FL Seek!

MASS EXODUS OF US OIL REFINERIES:


In 2010, there were 149 operable U.S. refineries with a combined capacity of 17.6 million barrels
(2,800,000 m3) per day.
Something odd started happening in late 2010-early 2011.
The US oil refinery industry quietly announced the closure of numerous US oil refineries.

Many are completely unaware the US ships oil overseas to be processed.
We do so as we do not have enough refineries to process the vast amounts here, and we are barred from building anymore refineries.

All refineries perform three basic steps: separation, conversion, and treatment.
Pretty simple.
Several reasons include technical and economic factors as to why we ship it overseas to be
processed.
1. The crude petroleum is sold to the highest bidder, NOT the nearest bidder
2. There are different kinds of crude oil, such as sweet/light and dark/heavy.
They have different applications and uses.
3. Different kinds of refining processes are needed to make different products from the crude oil.
Petroleum is processed to make lots of products other than gasoline, like plastics and asphalt.
4. Politics, unions and the “environmentalists”

How many of you are aware Sunoco, ConocoPhillips and The HESS Corp are all closing US oil
refineries?
Not many, as the media refuses to give this huge story coverage.
If Americans understood the complete truth as to how we are being sold out, and enslaved
there just might be the much needed revolution to turn this country around.

Last September, both Sunoco & CP announced plant closing, effecting thousands of workers.
Sunoco announced they are completely getting out of the oil industry.
Closing up shop.
They are done with the US oil industry.
Sunoco is closing its 2 oil refineries in July 2012 in Philadelphia and Marcus Hook, Pa.
Those 2 facilities alone process over 500,000 barrels a day.


Also announced last year, ConocoPhillips announced 2 plant closing for sure in Trainer, PA and
Bayway, NJ.
The other 3 plants are undecided as of today. (February 2012…ed)


Conoco also announced they were closing their Alaskan refining facility:


Valero also announced in late 2011 the closure of US oil refining facilities, costing numerous jobs,
and the loss of 210,000 barrels of oil per day:


Just a week ago, the US 3rd largest oil refinery owned and operated by The HESS Corp just
announced it’s permanent closure.
Costing over 2,000 jobs, and effecting 950 contractors:

Refineries on the East Coast of the US supply 40% of the gasoline sales and 60% of the diesel
and other fuel oils.
Of that, half that comes from the Sunoco & ConocoPhillps plant closures.

When ConocoPhillips announced that it was closing the Trainer refinery, Willie Chiang, then
ConocoPhillips’ Senior Vice President of Refining, Marketing, Transportation and Commercial,
noted that their decision to sell, like Sunoco’s, was based on unfavourable economics caused
by a competitive and difficult market environment characterized by “...product imports, weakness
in motor fuel demand, and costly regulatory requirements.”

They are ALL closing up shop due to government regulations, and excessive operating costs
brought on by the Government regulations.

The excessive, and costly government regulations on the US oil refinery market, has forced
companies to re-evaluate the cost of doing business in the US.

Why have operations in the US where you bleed money via regulations and demands, when
you can have refineries built in Columbia, Mexico or Brazil for pennies on the dollar, and less
regulations?
It’s all business America...nothing personal. Besides...your government is
giving BILLIONS to Columbia and Brazil to build refineries to process all that oil the US is losing.

We are building up every country on earth, while destroying our own... all in the
name of redistribution of wealth.



You do the maths. When the US oil refineries finally close up shop, who will process all that oil...
and how much do YOU think that oil will cost when it’s ALL processed overseas?

Think gas and energy costs are high right now... wait 6 months.
You haven’t seen anything yet.
How can anyone expect any company to do business with an anti-American, hostile government
out of control? You can’t.
That is why we are seeing a mass exodus, across the board in every
industry in the US.
 Quoting: Carol - from Celebheaven web site


Whilst I dont agree with all of the conclusions this poster reaches, the points raised are very interesting.

Oil is purely and simply about money, NOTHING else. Plus the spin offs of power and control.

So if they be leavin, they leavin cos they knows somthin! (as stated by FL Seek)

@DMG, I think this might also tie in to your thread.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


thanks! hey, how cool is this? now we can watch this issue from a few angles.
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related.

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82613880889 ? Ozzy Japanese friend?
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Mmmm...NASA interested in changes to ocean salinity concentrations.

(apologies if already posted.)


Mysterious Changes in Ocean Salt Spur NASA Expedition

Over the past 50 years, the salty parts of the oceans have become saltier and the fresh regions have become fresher, and the degree of change is greater than scientists can explain.

Researchers are heading out into one particularly salty ocean region, in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, in the hopes of better understanding what drives variation in salinity in the upper ocean.

Ultimately, they hope, research like this will offer insight on the dynamics behind the dramatic changes in the ocean's salt content.

Many oceanographers have a hunch about what is going on: Climate change, Ray Schmitt, a senior scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, told journalists during a news conference Wednesday (Sept. 5).

"Climate is changing all the time, and some of that change is due to natural variation," Schmitt said. "The 50-year trend we are talking about, most of us believe is really due to the general trend of global warming."

Salt & the global water cycle

This matters because the ocean is at the heart of the planet's water cycle: 86 percent of global evaporation and 78 percent of global precipitation occur over the ocean, according to NASA, the lead entity behind the project, called Salinity Processes in the Upper Ocean Regional Study (SPURS).

Over the ocean, more evaporation as compared to precipitation translates into saltier water. Meanwhile, in regions where precipitation is favored, water is fresher.

By tracking ocean salinity, researchers can better understand the global water cycle. Global warming is expected to intensify it, but current computer models do not predict the amount of change seen over the last 50 years, Schmitt said.
cont...


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Thanks Cosmos. Seem to be peaks of saltiness and peaks of temperatures too. Wonder if they are related?

I am trying to understand the salt levels and concentrations world wide too. If they are designed to repell something, then what is there that needs repelling from?

If designed to attract something, then what is there that requires something to be drawn in?

Or a bit of both!

These scientists, I wonder of any of them believe in abiotic oil? - and if they do, whether they think abiotic water is a possibility? That would turn their studies on its head.

Hey, just on things produced by the planet, did we ever talk about diamonds? I recall we did for a while, and the subject became diluted in to a crystal discussion.

Diamonds are interesting in their own right. Hard to dig up, hard to find too.

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Please excuse the self promotion, but I think this ties in to subjects we have touched on here, especially in regards to terraforming, and Earth expansion.

Also ties in to the original concept that China has discovered soemthing that has given them access to knowledge unknown to other nations, maybe even one of the reasons behind the brief cases. (and why Japan was left out)

I would like to thank my friend GD for the Honduras info. hf

Thread: Real reason for China's ghost cities?
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Thanks Cosmos. Seem to be peaks of saltiness and peaks of temperatures too. Wonder if they are related?

I can only speak for myself here, but these scientists, I wonder of any of them believe in abiotic oil? - and if they do, whether they think abiotic water is a possibility? That would turn their studies on its head.

Hey, just on things produced by the planet, did we ever talk about diamonds? I recall we did for a while, and the subject became diluted in to a crystal discussion.

Diamonds are interesting in their own right. Hard to dig up, hard to find too.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Diamond are strewn all over the beaches in South Africa. Easy to find, hard to remove.

De Beers.

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The more you learn, the less you know ~ Socrates

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abnormal protein-filled structures that develop within brain cells.
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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abnormal protein-filled structures that develop within brain cells.
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Hey 'vega, long time. Care to ellaborate?
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@ RoXY, thanks for the notes! Cant reply :(
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@ RoXY, thanks for the notes! Cant reply :(
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I know, only Gold Stars can... I was upgraded by someone very nice...
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Seems my use of the term abiotic water is infact completely the wrong implication!

I used it to imply that water was produced in the same manner as abiotic oil. That was my intention, but it turns out abiotic water means totally devoid of life, so if anyone gets nit picky, I would like to just say what I meant!

Now I have to find the right term... maybe living water fits best? (water laden with the intent of life)

Where's Monatom when you need him?
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Thanks Cosmos. Seem to be peaks of saltiness and peaks of temperatures too. Wonder if they are related?

I am trying to understand the salt levels and concentrations world wide too. If they are designed to repell something, then what is there that needs repelling from?

If designed to attract something, then what is there that requires something to be drawn in?

Or a bit of both!

These scientists, I wonder of any of them believe in abiotic oil? - and if they do, whether they think abiotic water is a possibility? That would turn their studies on its head.

Hey, just on things produced by the planet, did we ever talk about diamonds? I recall we did for a while, and the subject became diluted in to a crystal discussion.

Diamonds are interesting in their own right. Hard to dig up, hard to find too.
Quoting:BHD

I've read several opinions on these salt concentration anomalies, but nothing that's really resonated yet, but will be keeping an eye out for clues. Be interesting to get an idea where these peaks were occuring...get a map going and overlay temps.
Do you feel Earth is responding to incoming energies with this, or influence from ttwb?
Be interested to read what you have to say on diamonds.
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This thread is dumb. Nothing came out of this incident.
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This thread is dumb. Nothing came out of this incident.
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Just so watchers and posters a-like are aware, the 'X' members of the little crew were meeting in GLP chat, and any AC post you see here, that cant be verified by an adv. search to be a legit poster, is likely to be breezy, acolyte, renegadeson or reddwolf. Whay would that be?

Amazing what you can find out, pulling on a single 'thread'.
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