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Not only the remote thing,
But much more the studies, research, science, articles and back-ups as wel as confirmations in history and myths.... Not only post of myself.

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Data that lives forever is possible
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Louisiana Sinkhole: Seismic activity now being reported in town miles away — Officials say no


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“Growing” Louisiana Sinkhole: Debris now ‘moving’ toward center — Walls collapsing in clockwise path.

Assumption Parish authorities dealing with a growing, 4-acre sinkhole in the Bayou Corne area scheduled a community meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday to provide information on planned natural gas venting and positioning of geo-probes on private property.

The probes, which are polyvinyl chloride pipes driven about 50 to 60 feet into the ground with landowners’ consent, are being used to monitor for subsurface natural gas in the vicinity of Bayou Corne.

Texas Brine Press Release, Sept. 26, 2012 (Emphasis Added): More sloughing occurred overnight and this morning at the sinkhole, this time on the southern perimeter. A section along the southern edge approximately 70 feet long and estimated at 30 feet back from the sinkhole’s edge was involved [Initial reports said a 50' x 30' section fell in]. Several trees slumped into the slurry as a result of the sloughing. In addition, approximately 25 feet of the mat road on the southeast portion fell in along with several trees on both sides of the road. This sloughing is following a clockwise path around the sinkhole that began on the western edge last week. Movement of the floating debris toward the center of the sinkhole area was observed during this morning’s event. Efforts to begin removing the surface debris have been postponed due to this most recent sloughing incident.

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Harmonic Tremors at Bayou Corne.

Apparently these are usually associated with volcanic activity, so is this guy right about magma rising?
If so, happening naturally or induced?
The clockwise collapse of material at the sinkhole is strange.
Can seismic forces do this? Or is it happening this way because there is so much fluid...like water going down a plug-hole clockwise or anti-clockwise?

[link to lasinkhole.wordpress.com]

Harmonic Tremors:
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September 29, 2012, 10:00 a.m. Resident Briefing - Part I
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there are 23 videos, here is the link to them all!

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Sorry for the confusion.


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Ooh non de jui , where did that come from.
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4:01pm post, Krispy said: "- We have speculated on the affect of the CALIBRATORS. They might have been/are devices which beam ultra waves to AUgie and splash-zones ... zones of HIGH VIBRATIONS ... wanting it to retreat and break-off, and not attracting and seeking convergence like magnets in harmonic magnetism.
Calibrators might be devices of frequency that lowers vibrations, neutralises them.
Becoz AUgie was triggered by cosmic harmonics, cosmic FIRE = PLASMA, it multiplied quicker then the ODESSA-fleet could break it up, and the frequency and vibration of AUgie [the intelligent acting fluid] expanded and rised by the days, and made it nessacary for the subs to be retrofitted with x10 and xmore&more ... They couldnt keep up with the morphing fluid !!! "


I'll remind readers that, at one point, we were thinking that the calibrators were for the purpose of protecting the subs. This is likely true since the diesel bug living in the water at the layer where the oil starts to float, creates a significant cloud-type mass of living fungus which is basically a slime. The calibrators, with the right setting, might be ale to keep the slime off of the submarines.

This cloud of of slime moves similar to the way you'll see movement inside a lava lamp when it is tilted. The leading edge of the moving slime cloud will be the "splash zone" discussed a lot in earlier pages.
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In the posts of the OP, it was said that the calibrators were used to direct at the organism that retreated in spagetti-like lines ....

When I will be back from work in 2 days I will look the exact lines up in OP'S ONLY.

Like BHD pointed out, the special COATING on the subs, also called D.D was to protect the subs hull and REPELL unwanted things. It was reported that many subs had to undergo this type of "paint" (coat) togetter with the retrofit.

Remember also the special vessel that made the Z-formations ... doing something to something ....

Splash-zones are not the leading edges of this "slime" like you say,
coz SPLASH-ZONES were also reported to be ON LAND ... and 1 of then specifically was in Greenland !
Splash-zones are zones where reality ([electro-]magnetics, gravity, time, density, composition, etc) is changed by [cosmic] energies and [charged] particles that interact with zones/spots on Earth.

AUgie is not 'the diesel bug'.

We did discused a 'slime' and we did discused an amoebe-type organism, but at the end they were not identified to be [the same as] AUgie.
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ummm...did we vote?
I think some people disagreed
and some people thought they remote channeled its existance to find out what is was, and I for one don't buy that

who are you to correct?
this whole thread is pure conjecture
thats what has driven some away

oh thats right the gate keeper, i forgot

dr
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No one is suggesting, at K implies, that the diesel bug is Augie. Merely, the statement is made that "diesel bug" lives in water and feeds on oil at the layer where the oil starts to float. Diesel bugs are fact.

The suggestion is that Augie is Synthia mutated with diesel bug and we get the same kind of slime fungus, splash-zone effect that we do with diesel bug. This bug fungus slime can and and does go onshore, or on boats, etc. It is a fact that diesel bug slime/splash-zone can go onshore, or boats, etc. Diesel bug slime will adhere to boats and is probably heavy and affects the mobility of the vessel. It is a fact that diesel bug in the fuel lines and engine components will affect the operation of the engine.

About the vessel reported to be making a "Z" formation run, we know that hydrochloric acid will kill diesel bug ... and likely Augie/Synthia. This vessel may have been dispensing acid/corexit in a heavily infected area.
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I recall from earlier in the thread, with links posted, that Dutch government-sponsored corporates were involved in research in the Gulf using biologic/bugs means of oil processing and disposal. This leads me to suggest that their corporate, government-sponsored research got out of hand and is ruining the economies of the world.

Perhaps the Spanish did the wrong thing by turning back.
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No one is suggesting, at K implies, that the diesel bug is Augie. Merely, the statement is made that "diesel bug" lives in water and feeds on oil at the layer where the oil starts to float. Diesel bugs are fact.

The suggestion is that Augie is Synthia mutated with diesel bug and we get the same kind of slime fungus, splash-zone effect that we do with diesel bug. This bug fungus slime can and and does go onshore, or on boats, etc. It is a fact that diesel bug slime/splash-zone can go onshore, or boats, etc. Diesel bug slime will adhere to boats and is probably heavy and affects the mobility of the vessel. It is a fact that diesel bug in the fuel lines and engine components will affect the operation of the engine.

About the vessel reported to be making a "Z" formation run, we know that hydrochloric acid will kill diesel bug ... and likely Augie/Synthia. This vessel may have been dispensing acid/corexit in a heavily infected area.
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This is kind of a crazy idea but I know that Acid Producing Bacteria are commonly found in oil production facilities and are implicated in Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of oil pipelines. If I remember correctly, they can be found in oil facility production waters, and tend to be found in biofilms, nodules and slime.

When production waters are sent to labs for analysis in respect to pipeline failures, APBs are tested for, along with Sulfate Reducing Bacteria (SRBs), Iron Reducing Bacteria (IRBs), Denitrifying Bacteria (DNBs), Epifluorescence and Heterotrophic Bacteria (HPCs).

Is it possible that APBs there have been mutated causing them to produce much stronger acids than usual?

Yeah, I said it was kind of crazy.........
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No one is suggesting, at K implies, that the diesel bug is Augie. Merely, the statement is made that "diesel bug" lives in water and feeds on oil at the layer where the oil starts to float. Diesel bugs are fact.

The suggestion is that Augie is Synthia mutated with diesel bug and we get the same kind of slime fungus, splash-zone effect that we do with diesel bug. This bug fungus slime can and and does go onshore, or on boats, etc. It is a fact that diesel bug slime/splash-zone can go onshore, or boats, etc. Diesel bug slime will adhere to boats and is probably heavy and affects the mobility of the vessel. It is a fact that diesel bug in the fuel lines and engine components will affect the operation of the engine.

About the vessel reported to be making a "Z" formation run, we know that hydrochloric acid will kill diesel bug ... and likely Augie/Synthia. This vessel may have been dispensing acid/corexit in a heavily infected area.
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This is kind of a crazy idea but I know that Acid Producing Bacteria are commonly found in oil production facilities and are implicated in Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of oil pipelines. If I remember correctly, they can be found in oil facility production waters, and tend to be found in biofilms, nodules and slime.

When production waters are sent to labs for analysis in respect to pipeline failures, APBs are tested for, along with Sulfate Reducing Bacteria (SRBs), Iron Reducing Bacteria (IRBs), Denitrifying Bacteria (DNBs), Epifluorescence and Heterotrophic Bacteria (HPCs).

Is it possible that APBs there have been mutated causing them to produce much stronger acids than usual?

Yeah, I said it was kind of crazy.........
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I think we have some sort of mutations going on, alright
hypothesis what if these different bacteria have become smart/hive/symbiotic

like a portugese man of war is a bunch of different organisms

some eats the pipeline,
some eat crude
some eat methane
some eat algea
some eat dead fish/mammels

but all hang together because where there is one food source, there is all food source

remember tel aviv airport shut down for bioinfection that slimed fuel filters

all caused by the injection of vetters "mutation virus"
and possibly increased cosmic radiation incoming

dr
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No one is suggesting, at K implies, that the diesel bug is Augie. Merely, the statement is made that "diesel bug" lives in water and feeds on oil at the layer where the oil starts to float. Diesel bugs are fact.

The suggestion is that Augie is Synthia mutated with diesel bug and we get the same kind of slime fungus, splash-zone effect that we do with diesel bug. This bug fungus slime can and and does go onshore, or on boats, etc. It is a fact that diesel bug slime/splash-zone can go onshore, or boats, etc. Diesel bug slime will adhere to boats and is probably heavy and affects the mobility of the vessel. It is a fact that diesel bug in the fuel lines and engine components will affect the operation of the engine.

About the vessel reported to be making a "Z" formation run, we know that hydrochloric acid will kill diesel bug ... and likely Augie/Synthia. This vessel may have been dispensing acid/corexit in a heavily infected area.
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This is kind of a crazy idea but I know that Acid Producing Bacteria are commonly found in oil production facilities and are implicated in Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of oil pipelines. If I remember correctly, they can be found in oil facility production waters, and tend to be found in biofilms, nodules and slime.

When production waters are sent to labs for analysis in respect to pipeline failures, APBs are tested for, along with Sulfate Reducing Bacteria (SRBs), Iron Reducing Bacteria (IRBs), Denitrifying Bacteria (DNBs), Epifluorescence and Heterotrophic Bacteria (HPCs).

Is it possible that APBs there have been mutated causing them to produce much stronger acids than usual?

Yeah, I said it was kind of crazy.........
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I'm more familiar with marine diesel bugs, which will corrode fuel tanks in boats if the slime is not removed and the tank cleaned.

Diesel bugs live only where there is water and oil, meaning that you should keep your tanks dry and your engines running. If you have oil, or fuel, and no water the bug fungus does not form.

I suppose that the problem in pipelines comes from condensation mixing with the oil.
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The main problem in pipelines is that too many oil producers don't want to the down time needed to do proper pigging. They rely on the various chemicals like corrosion inhibitors, anti foaming agents, biocides, etc. that are in common use throughout the oil industry. The problem is that often the chemicals they use don't work in the specific operating conditions of an oil field or in a battery.

The chemical manufacturers who are making huge coin don't like to have their customers find out that the specific products they're selling them don't work under their specific conditions. Used to be that the larger oil producers would have lab tests done to determine which products from which company would do the job. So they might be told to use a biocide from Company A, an anti-foamer from Company B, and so on. But the chemical companies got tired of having their products being shown to be ineffective (tho costly) so they've started to do their own comparison testing at in-house labs. ............ Yeah, you can imagine how objective those are.

These are the same chemical companies who in days past would bring a trailer full of hookers to the camps for the enjoyment of those who would be making the decisions of which chemicals their facilities would use............

One other point on the regular maintenance of the pipes: even those who do pigging tend to do it in a way that allows oxygen ingress into the pipelines, that O2 increasing the potential for corrosion to occur.

A bit off topic ...... sorry. But this is a widespread problem and affects anyone in an oil-producing area because of the danger of pipeline failures and resulting environmental damage.
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AUgie and Synthia are not the same,
for more reasons but I give you 1 simple fact --->

Venter created SYNTHIA in 2007 and started using IT in public a few years later.

AUGIE is an ancient & possible alien, organism > this was said by ACO/OP ...
and I showed evidence that this/such an organism was talked about in myths and old legends.

Even BHD thinks that AUgie and the Lake Vostok-fluid are connected. And Vostok has been buried 12.ooo yrs beneath the ice.

Synthia was CREATED in LABS,
and the organism we call AUgie is natural,
even OP said that it also had been studied (also the GOM-area) in the early 1950ties ...
Even the Russians had analised the CARGO that we named AUGIE, and said it was 20% alien ... > SO it CAN NOT be the same as Synthia.


There are many many more reasons and facts to give (and to find/read in the past 1000 pages of this thread) why AUgie and Synthia are not the same and why Augie is NOT the same as the recent modern DIESEL-BUG.


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No one is suggesting, at K implies, that the diesel bug is Augie. Merely, the statement is made that "diesel bug" lives in water and feeds on oil at the layer where the oil starts to float. Diesel bugs are fact.

The suggestion is that Augie is Synthia mutated with diesel bug and we get the same kind of slime fungus, splash-zone effect that we do with diesel bug. This bug fungus slime can and and does go onshore, or on boats, etc. It is a fact that diesel bug slime/splash-zone can go onshore, or boats, etc. Diesel bug slime will adhere to boats and is probably heavy and affects the mobility of the vessel. It is a fact that diesel bug in the fuel lines and engine components will affect the operation of the engine.

About the vessel reported to be making a "Z" formation run, we know that hydrochloric acid will kill diesel bug ... and likely Augie/Synthia. This vessel may have been dispensing acid/corexit in a heavily infected area.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24647276


This is kind of a crazy idea but I know that Acid Producing Bacteria are commonly found in oil production facilities and are implicated in Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of oil pipelines. If I remember correctly, they can be found in oil facility production waters, and tend to be found in biofilms, nodules and slime.

When production waters are sent to labs for analysis in respect to pipeline failures, APBs are tested for, along with Sulfate Reducing Bacteria (SRBs), Iron Reducing Bacteria (IRBs), Denitrifying Bacteria (DNBs), Epifluorescence and Heterotrophic Bacteria (HPCs).

Is it possible that APBs there have been mutated causing them to produce much stronger acids than usual?

Yeah, I said it was kind of crazy.........
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I'm more familiar with marine diesel bugs, which will corrode fuel tanks in boats if the slime is not removed and the tank cleaned.

Diesel bugs live only where there is water and oil, meaning that you should keep your tanks dry and your engines running. If you have oil, or fuel, and no water the bug fungus does not form.

I suppose that the problem in pipelines comes from condensation mixing with the oil.
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Diesel-bugs are real, yes, and a growing concern.
But the possibility that they are strongly related to the tactics and developments of the oil-companies to make faster money out of the black-gold is great and discussed before.

The quicker refinery of oil by injecting natural and lab-ajusted bacteria has the most to do with it.
Every alteration has a cost.

K
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I recall from earlier in the thread, with links posted, that Dutch government-sponsored corporates were involved in research in the Gulf using biologic/bugs means of oil processing and disposal. This leads me to suggest that their corporate, government-sponsored research got out of hand and is ruining the economies of the world.

Perhaps the Spanish did the wrong thing by turning back.
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Oh royal dsm and nam who just let there structures run in populated areas ?
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And just say that cars are bad but not in the summer vacation going out of the country.
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The same tic as china and germany and some armys.
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The main problem in pipelines is that too many oil producers don't want to the down time needed to do proper pigging. They rely on the various chemicals like corrosion inhibitors, anti foaming agents, biocides, etc. that are in common use throughout the oil industry. The problem is that often the chemicals they use don't work in the specific operating conditions of an oil field or in a battery.

The chemical manufacturers who are making huge coin don't like to have their customers find out that the specific products they're selling them don't work under their specific conditions. Used to be that the larger oil producers would have lab tests done to determine which products from which company would do the job. So they might be told to use a biocide from Company A, an anti-foamer from Company B, and so on. But the chemical companies got tired of having their products being shown to be ineffective (tho costly) so they've started to do their own comparison testing at in-house labs. ............ Yeah, you can imagine how objective those are.

These are the same chemical companies who in days past would bring a trailer full of hookers to the camps for the enjoyment of those who would be making the decisions of which chemicals their facilities would use............

One other point on the regular maintenance of the pipes: even those who do pigging tend to do it in a way that allows oxygen ingress into the pipelines, that O2 increasing the potential for corrosion to occur.

A bit off topic ...... sorry. But this is a widespread problem and affects anyone in an oil-producing area because of the danger of pipeline failures and resulting environmental damage.
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No its not that far off-topic at all,
we touched the topic of corrosion problems before, and you are right I guess that it is a problem inevitable becoz the compounds in crude oil are very acid and will always stress out any element and fabric [maybe not crystals and diamonds ;) ..lol..] ,
I think the companies knew that there would come a time that the pipes would stop being safe, but in their logic and brain, they probably thought they would address to that problem when that time came in the future + hoped there would be alternatives or 'fixates' developed to repair damage +++ they would have earned so much money by then that they actually really dont care about nature or humans .. only about hard coins and dollar-signs.

Can you blame a crocodile for having a brain the size of 10 peanuts ???
Well, many gain-adictive humans have brains that act like that of crocodiles ... with the sight ability of a mole ... and no responsibility at all.

I dont know if it is the O2 or the water/condense that DR mentioned,
but it is a bunch of factors all together, not just of 1.


We all know from the example with DWH, that there were also issues and problems with the silicon?? and/or rubber (intersection- and connection-) pieces that are in and with the pipes.
Those were also eaten away by bugs that are in oil-problem solving liquids .... and if I remember correct in the fluids they pump into the wells.
Something like that ...

You are right about The chemical manufacturers.
And they work the same as the drugs/medical manufacturers and companies who have trails and outcomes of tests manipulated ... Like the article Tutu sended me showed.
Thats why I posted it. It works similar.

The people in such area's are indeed in danger, but money talks over fear and over responsibility ...
money makes people accept dangerous conditions and makes them forget to act responsible ...

K
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That's right, Krispy.

Look at who manufactures Corexit.

Then Google corrosion and scale inhibitors and see if you can make a connection.
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Core exit ? Where .. Oh was there a little quake near delfzijl btw trough some buildings ?

Hope so btw i don't like chips neither.
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Windmill trough dsm again why not.
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Hi Krispy...been meaning to ask you whether you think ttwb are waiting for an event...there seem to be quite a few dominoes set up around the world ready to knock over when they are ready. They waiting for cogs to turn and do it by the numbers, or something the higher energies will initiate, or something inbound? Or non of the above? What's your feeling on this?