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Sinkholes seem to be a worldwide phenomenon, but it seems difficult to ascribe a single cause for all of them. Many can be explained due to underground erosion, settlement, earthquakes, plate movement and so on, but there are some that don't seem to fit any of these.
If you go down about a third on the scroll bar at the link to "Sinkholes Or Collapsed Matter", and see what you think.
I'm not sure about the explanations given here either for these strange sinkholes. Any thoughts?


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"The Texas Department of State Health Services is looking for piece of equipment containing potentially dangerous radioactive material that was lost Tuesday by an oil and gas crew in a rural part of West Texas. The sealed radioactive source, a small stainless steel cylinder approximately 7 inches long and an inch across, contains Americium-241/Beryllium….The cylinder is stamped with the words “danger radioactive” and “do not handle” along with a radiation warning symbol. Anyone who sees it should stay at least 25 feet away and notify local law enforcement. This type of device is used to evaluate oil and gas wells and is usually stored in a protective shielding. A Halliburton crew was transporting it from a well outside of Pecos to another well south of Odessa. On arrival, the crew noticed the shielding was not locked and the device was missing. DSHS is assisting law enforcement with the search and investigating the loss of the radioactive material".

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

I realise Haliburton crews are every where at the moment. Perhaps they are being over worked at present and forgot to do a safety check?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


I say BUMP to this!

Cilinder.... Or CANISTER???
Close PROXIMITY danger...

Sounds all so familiar scratching


724125 .... The numbers in the text.... Could this be code? Or some kind of location pointer?


Well spotted BHD!


Xxxk
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DECODING the numbers 724125(12=ins) ...

strangely enough, by following a normal, standard procedure (Zermelo's axiom of choice) in quantum mechanics, where constant fractals drop out some of which repeat, there is no problem in transcribing this number (72412512) into The Fine structure Constant in quantum physics, normally written as ~1/137.

[Note: 137 is the 33rd Prime number and 33 is the highest degree in the masons].

In turn, this Constant has been measured experimentally and is the universal bonding mechanism between electrons/ atoms/
molecules inclding the bonding of DNA.

All physicists are aware of this Constant and Prof Di Pauli the physicist spent his whole academic life worrying about "137."

How do we interpret this?

What is the Haliburton crew (and/or Ventner) doing, tinkering about with such (genetically orientated) material ~ we might well ask ourselves? Is it some potential, unlocking device, now gone astray?

Or a "signal" as used recently in the media, in the City of London rioting (1 3 7 days) programme, outside St Pauls?

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Northwest Louisiana Reporting Loud Boom, Shaking . . .


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Can anyone remind me what "Translation Problem" means in relation to code?
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It means that the direct DED intel was not completely 'translated'. In other words, in the case of the BZ release, what you read on BZ was the result of a three step decipher, and sometimes some parts were just missing.
FWIW
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Ta! So open for a little speculation to fill in the gaps then.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hey Isis. Remember what we spoke about? How the Louisiana sinkhole and the GOM oil spill are possibly connected? Well I think this Berzerk thread needs more attention right now with the developing scenario in Bayou Corne. The salt basin in question at Bayou Corne is part of the Macondo well BP was drilling. It is believed a pocket of Methane Hydrate has been breached by newly formed cracks in the seabed around the BP well. This breach has allowed sea water to enter into the Methane Hydrate causing it to start creating Methane Gas that is now bubbling it's way up into Louisiana's Assumption Parish and surrounding area. If you look at this video, notice the fly over and the expanse of dead trees. A tell tale of how wide spread this sinkhole is;



Looks likes it's miles upon miles wide.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Hiya ElQuisqu! LOng time.

I've had a little forced vacation, and spent some time at another resort where they have a most excellent thread on Bayou Corne. Quite a few there were making the link to Bezerk, or at least the damage to the sea bed, the rupturing of the Macondo dome and that it was the next pointer to a cascade failure that will reach all the way up to the Great Lakes. (fullfilling Edgar Cayce's and GM Scallion's predictions)
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Pre/Perceptor, you mentioned you know who DR is. I always thought DR was just DR. You think he is someone we already know? Can you shed some light on that?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Can anyone remind me what "Translation Problem" means in relation to code?
 Quoting: BadHairDay

It means that the direct DED intel was not completely 'translated'. In other words, in the case of the BZ release, what you read on BZ was the result of a three step decipher, and sometimes some parts were just missing.
FWIW
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Ta! So open for a little speculation to fill in the gaps then.
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Sorry, I won't add more speculation to b.e.z.e.r.k. If you believe there are 'gaps', then I suggest you fill them in with info already given, but not believed.
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Hey Isis. Remember what we spoke about? How the Louisiana sinkhole and the GOM oil spill are possibly connected? Well I think this Berzerk thread needs more attention right now with the developing scenario in Bayou Corne. The salt basin in question at Bayou Corne is part of the Macondo well BP was drilling. It is believed a pocket of Methane Hydrate has been breached by newly formed cracks in the seabed around the BP well. This breach has allowed sea water to enter into the Methane Hydrate causing it to start creating Methane Gas that is now bubbling it's way up into Louisiana's Assumption Parish and surrounding area. If you look at this video, notice the fly over and the expanse of dead trees. A tell tale of how wide spread this sinkhole is;



Looks likes it's miles upon miles wide.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Hiya ElQuisqu! LOng time.

I've had a little forced vacation, and spent some time at another resort where they have a most excellent thread on Bayou Corne. Quite a few there were making the link to Bezerk, or at least the damage to the sea bed, the rupturing of the Macondo dome and that it was the next pointer to a cascade failure that will reach all the way up to the Great Lakes. (fullfilling Edgar Cayce's and GM Scallion's predictions)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


I was afraid this was going to be my answer. Future Navy Map of USA comes to mind. This can not be, I mean really? The recent floods, the breaching of all them levees up and down the Mississippi river, GOM spill, fracking, salt dome collapse, sinkholes, Berzerk thread etc... I mean come one? Do they really think people are this dumb? Or do you think it's just FATE?
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Hey Isis. Remember what we spoke about? How the Louisiana sinkhole and the GOM oil spill are possibly connected? Well I think this Berzerk thread needs more attention right now with the developing scenario in Bayou Corne. The salt basin in question at Bayou Corne is part of the Macondo well BP was drilling. It is believed a pocket of Methane Hydrate has been breached by newly formed cracks in the seabed around the BP well. This breach has allowed sea water to enter into the Methane Hydrate causing it to start creating Methane Gas that is now bubbling it's way up into Louisiana's Assumption Parish and surrounding area. If you look at this video, notice the fly over and the expanse of dead trees. A tell tale of how wide spread this sinkhole is;



Looks likes it's miles upon miles wide.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Hiya ElQuisqu! LOng time.

I've had a little forced vacation, and spent some time at another resort where they have a most excellent thread on Bayou Corne. Quite a few there were making the link to Bezerk, or at least the damage to the sea bed, the rupturing of the Macondo dome and that it was the next pointer to a cascade failure that will reach all the way up to the Great Lakes. (fullfilling Edgar Cayce's and GM Scallion's predictions)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


I was afraid this was going to be my answer. Future Navy Map of USA comes to mind. This can not be, I mean really? The recent floods, the breaching of all them levees up and down the Mississippi river, GOM spill, fracking, salt dome collapse, sinkholes, Berzerk thread etc... I mean come one? Do they really think people are this dumb? Or do you think it's just FATE?
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Welcome back, by the way, BHD. We've missed you round here. Was askin Sis 'bout you the other day. Hope all is well.

Namaste.
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Can anyone remind me what "Translation Problem" means in relation to code?
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It means that the direct DED intel was not completely 'translated'. In other words, in the case of the BZ release, what you read on BZ was the result of a three step decipher, and sometimes some parts were just missing.FWIW
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24507462


Ta! So open for a little speculation to fill in the gaps then.
 Quoting: BadHairDay

Sorry, I won't add more speculation to b.e.z.e.r.k. If you believe there are 'gaps', then I suggest you fill them in with info already given, but not believed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24507462


HD, this is why I get confused mate. You say the 'translation problem' line indicates missing information, then you say 'if you believe there are gaps..' ? You contradict yourself within two posts?

I've had a crack at what I think the intel is about and what it means real time in the world, on going.

How about we hear from one of you guys on what you think it all means. Dont just say its in the thread. Actually tell me what your opinion is, please.

Cant have it both ways. If you want folks to understand what is put before them, help guide or sift through the enormous volume of info here so that some sense can be gleened other than what a few of us have decided to run with based on gut feelings and other methods. All of which I am quite confortable with, including RVing and dreams.

Even the very last recap on Duncan's thread was wishy washy.
Surely by now there is some more certainty on your part?

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wow.
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Pre/Perceptor, you mentioned you know who DR is. I always thought DR was just DR. You think he is someone we already know? Can you shed some light on that?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hello BHD ~ because of the attitude adopted by "dr" in his concerted attempt to derail Krispy, I guessed as likely as not, this was most probably Duncan Rhodes (NEXUS), in view of their vested interests.

How does that strike you?

If my memory serves me right, they fell out for whatever the reasons were earlier, on this BEZERK site?

Perceptor
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I thought that once too, but changed my mind on it. It's the obvious alphabetic choice, but pretty obvious wouldnt you say?
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During my vacation from here, I was shown a few grabs of the screens, and saw a few derails in progress. I dont really want to be a part of another.

Maybe back to regular programming? I kind a screwed up posting thoe last two eh.. is just a bit frustrating two years in and not really any closer? Having said that, plenty of great ideas have developed as a result of this thread eh.
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Pre/Perceptor, you mentioned you know who DR is. I always thought DR was just DR. You think he is someone we already know? Can you shed some light on that?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hello BHD ~ because of the attitude adopted by "dr" in his concerted attempt to derail Krispy, I guessed as likely as not, this was most probably Duncan Rhodes (NEXUS), in view of their vested interests.

How does that strike you?

If my memory serves me right, they fell out for whatever the reasons were earlier, on this BEZERK site?

Perceptor
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Hey can I ask you what the Pre and Per is all about?
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Pre/Perceptor, you mentioned you know who DR is. I always thought DR was just DR. You think he is someone we already know? Can you shed some light on that?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hello BHD ~ because of the attitude adopted by "dr" in his concerted attempt to derail Krispy, I guessed as likely as not, this was most probably Duncan Rhodes (NEXUS), in view of their vested interests.

How does that strike you?

If my memory serves me right, they fell out for whatever the reasons were earlier, on this BEZERK site?

Perceptor
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I thought that once too, but changed my mind on it. It's the obvious alphabetic choice, but pretty obvious wouldnt you say?
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Yes BHD, it certainly becomes pretty obvious when the vested interests are seriously considered? Look at the revenue this site must be generating and hence, the motives behind it.

If Krispy, you or anyone gets too close to The Truth, on this Bezerk site, every attempt will be made to stop it leaking out ~ why?

Because "they" are literally hellbent on preserving the status quo to keep things the way they are so they (and tptb) can generate lots of lovely lolly ($$$) to satisfy their greedy, self interests. Of course, its not all dr's fault but the fault of the corrupt system by which we live.

The attempted totally unreasonable derailment of Krispy speaks for itself.

You ask about Pre & PER?

May I ask in return, Is It A Difference That Makes Any Difference? ~ so you can work it out for yourself!

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I wonder, if Macondo well seabed cracks further and allows for all the oil in it to escape into the Gulf, what would happen to the entire Salt Basin that covers some of Texas, LA,Mississippi and the gulf? My guess is that it would jeopardize and sink that whole entire region.
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I wonder, if Macondo well seabed cracks further and allows for all the oil in it to escape into the Gulf, what would happen to the entire Salt Basin that covers some of Texas, LA,Mississippi and the gulf? My guess is that it would jeopardize and sink that whole entire region.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Yup I agree...
Then some escalating movement will be set in motion that can't be stopped, fulfilling some nasty predictions comimg true.... The end of America as we know it....
'
At this point many energy-plants will be out of function, and the distribution systems of oil and gas, the pipes etc, will be destroyed.... What coincidence will it be when enormous amounts of algae will be the source for energy! They don't need PIPES, the only need lakes and waters like the GOM....

The massive use of iron-enriched corexit, which feeds and boosts the algae and other organisms and bacteria, was probably a pre-planed action, as well the oilspill which made the use of this chemical legit.
It will be easy for the algae to spread to other areas which have been sprayed upon in the past 2years or more.

A cataclysm would be the transportation way...
In many ways an evil as well as a genius plan...
If we wouldn't be BEZERKERS we would buy everything the media and Elite would make of it.


Xxxk
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Pre/Perceptor, you mentioned you know who DR is. I always thought DR was just DR. You think he is someone we already know? Can you shed some light on that?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Hello BHD ~ because of the attitude adopted by "dr" in his concerted attempt to derail Krispy, I guessed as likely as not, this was most probably Duncan Rhodes (NEXUS), in view of their vested interests.

How does that strike you?

If my memory serves me right, they fell out for whatever the reasons were earlier, on this BEZERK site?

Perceptor
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I thought that once too, but changed my mind on it. It's the obvious alphabetic choice, but pretty obvious wouldnt you say?
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Yes BHD, it certainly becomes pretty obvious when the vested interests are seriously considered? Look at the revenue this site must be generating and hence, the motives behind it.

If Krispy, you or anyone gets too close to The Truth, on this Bezerk site, every attempt will be made to stop it leaking out ~ why?

Because "they" are literally hellbent on preserving the status quo to keep things the way they are so they (and tptb) can generate lots of lovely lolly ($$$) to satisfy their greedy, self interests. Of course, its not all dr's fault but the fault of the corrupt system by which we live.

The attempted totally unreasonable derailment of Krispy speaks for itself.

You ask about Pre & PER?

May I ask in return, Is It A Difference That Makes Any Difference? ~ so you can work it out for yourself!

PRECEPTOR

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Hilarious.

Preceptor and Krispy work hand in glove just like she works hand in glove with Duncan and Acolyte.
Trying to turn people against dr when he has been one of the few vioces of reason on this thread,

Krispy have never been near the truth of anything in her posts, she leads people away from the truth a gatekeeper just like yourself.

You can't claim inside knowledge them claim you don't know anything about how things work behind the scenes.

Biggest fuck up right from the start is how submarines communicate.
Considering the low down people who have been killed over this the whole thing goes up in smoke very quick when you use some critical thinking.

The story was so badly put together that is has had people trying to fix it right from the start.

The key people who backed this story have lost all credibility, it is going to cost one public figure his career unless he comes forward and spills.

It has been clear a lot of teamwork has been going on on this thread, members collaborating behind the scenes to create impressions and leading stories.

Thanks for outing yourself P.

Anyone who spilled this for real would be hunted down within 48 hours. They definitely would not be allowed to start their own website.

People who make up this stuff show they don't know how the world really runs and who pushes the buttons.
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If Duncan was a cannibal, I would be in his cooking-pot for dinner....

What's for dinner?
Krispy's for dinner.

And Acolyte probably would make a triumph-necklace out of my bones, which he would hang above his door outside to keep the bad spirits away.


Enjoy ;)
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I wonder, if Macondo well seabed cracks further and allows for all the oil in it to escape into the Gulf, what would happen to the entire Salt Basin that covers some of Texas, LA,Mississippi and the gulf? My guess is that it would jeopardize and sink that whole entire region.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Yup I agree...
Then some escalating movement will be set in motion that can't be stopped, fulfilling some nasty predictions comimg true.... The end of America as we know it....
'
At this point many energy-plants will be out of function, and the distribution systems of oil and gas, the pipes etc, will be destroyed.... What coincidence will it be when enormous amounts of algae will be the source for energy! They don't need PIPES, the only need lakes and waters like the GOM....

The massive use of iron-enriched corexit, which feeds and boosts the algae and other organisms and bacteria, was probably a pre-planed action, as well the oilspill which made the use of this chemical legit.
It will be easy for the algae to spread to other areas which have been sprayed upon in the past 2years or more.

A cataclysm would be the transportation way...
In many ways an evil as well as a genius plan...
If we wouldn't be BEZERKERS we would buy everything the media and Elite would make of it.


Xxxk
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If the integrity of that salt basin is jeopardized and sea water starts to enter it, it will sink the land from south Eastern Texas to Texarkana to Shreveport to Jackson, MS to Pennsacolla,Fl etc... New Orleans would be gone in it's entirety. It will do this cause water will melt all the salt that is keeping the integrity of them caverns at bay. It is a far fetched thought, but from the looks of it highly probable.
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I wonder, if Macondo well seabed cracks further and allows for all the oil in it to escape into the Gulf, what would happen to the entire Salt Basin that covers some of Texas, LA,Mississippi and the gulf? My guess is that it would jeopardize and sink that whole entire region.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Yup I agree...
Then some escalating movement will be set in motion that can't be stopped, fulfilling some nasty predictions comimg true.... The end of America as we know it....
'
At this point many energy-plants will be out of function, and the distribution systems of oil and gas, the pipes etc, will be destroyed.... What coincidence will it be when enormous amounts of algae will be the source for energy! They don't need PIPES, the only need lakes and waters like the GOM....

The massive use of iron-enriched corexit, which feeds and boosts the algae and other organisms and bacteria, was probably a pre-planed action, as well the oilspill which made the use of this chemical legit.
It will be easy for the algae to spread to other areas which have been sprayed upon in the past 2years or more.

A cataclysm would be the transportation way...
In many ways an evil as well as a genius plan...
If we wouldn't be BEZERKERS we would buy everything the media and Elite would make of it.


Xxxk
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25755989


If the integrity of that salt basin is jeopardized and sea water starts to enter it, it will sink the land from south Eastern Texas to Texarkana to Shreveport to Jackson, MS to Pennsacolla,Fl etc... New Orleans would be gone in it's entirety. It will do this cause water will melt all the salt that is keeping the integrity of them caverns at bay. It is a far fetched thought, but from the looks of it highly probable.
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Yes exactly !

I hope that people will take note of this and take their precautions ... Leave the "danger"-area's and go have that vacation you never had on "safer"-parts of the US or in foreign countries.

I wonder what an event like this would have to the [...rmmm whats that word for it ? ...] .. opposite place on earth ... ANTI PODAL ...

xxxK
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"The Texas Department of State Health Services is looking for piece of equipment containing potentially dangerous radioactive material that was lost Tuesday by an oil and gas crew in a rural part of West Texas. The sealed radioactive source, a small stainless steel cylinder approximately 7 inches long and an inch across, contains Americium-241/Beryllium….The cylinder is stamped with the words “danger radioactive” and “do not handle” along with a radiation warning symbol. Anyone who sees it should stay at least 25 feet away and notify local law enforcement. This type of device is used to evaluate oil and gas wells and is usually stored in a protective shielding. A Halliburton crew was transporting it from a well outside of Pecos to another well south of Odessa. On arrival, the crew noticed the shielding was not locked and the device was missing. DSHS is assisting law enforcement with the search and investigating the loss of the radioactive material".

[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

I realise Haliburton crews are every where at the moment. Perhaps they are being over worked at present and forgot to do a safety check?
 Quoting: BadHairDay


I say BUMP to this!

Cilinder.... Or CANISTER???
Close PROXIMITY danger...

Sounds all so familiar scratching


724125 .... The numbers in the text.... Could this be code? Or some kind of location pointer?


Well spotted BHD!


Xxxk
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I just had a quick look myself for hits in long or latitude or chemistry etc ...


methyl 5-aminolevulinate (CHEBI:724125)
A prodrug, it is metabolised to protoporphyrin IX, a photosensitizer, and is used in the photodynamic treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer (including basal cell carcinoma). Topical application (often as the hydrochloride salt) results in an accumulation of protoporphyrin IX in the skin lesions to which the cream has been applied. Subsequent illumination with red light results in the generation of toxic singlet oxygen that destroys cell membranes and thereby kills the tumour cells.
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WAUW !!!!
Methyl aminolevulinate (MAL) is a prodrug for skin lesions ...
Hmmmm ---> just what people have in the GOM and who came in contact with Corexit ...



See that this NUMBER was not JUST a number !! But a REFERENCE !!!

-antineoplastic agent
A substance that inhibits or prevents the proliferation of neoplasms.
-photosensitizing agent
A chemical compound that can be excited by light of a specific wavelength and subsequently transfer energy to a chosen reactant. This is commonly molecular oxygen within a cancer tissue, which is converted to (highly rective) singlet state oxygen. This rapidly reacts with any nearby biomolecules, ultimately killing the cancer cells.



Hellooooo :
"chemical compound that can be excited by light of a specific wavelength" --> ? calibrators ? ...
What could they possibly want to kill in the GOM ?? AUgie ? ...

Probably could have nothing to do with AUgie at all ... or the GOM ...
but it stroke me that first thing that appeared when entering those numbers was this chemical information !
Very freaky !
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I wonder, if Macondo well seabed cracks further and allows for all the oil in it to escape into the Gulf, what would happen to the entire Salt Basin that covers some of Texas, LA,Mississippi and the gulf? My guess is that it would jeopardize and sink that whole entire region.
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Yup I agree...
Then some escalating movement will be set in motion that can't be stopped, fulfilling some nasty predictions comimg true.... The end of America as we know it....
'
At this point many energy-plants will be out of function, and the distribution systems of oil and gas, the pipes etc, will be destroyed.... What coincidence will it be when enormous amounts of algae will be the source for energy! They don't need PIPES, the only need lakes and waters like the GOM....

The massive use of iron-enriched corexit, which feeds and boosts the algae and other organisms and bacteria, was probably a pre-planed action, as well the oilspill which made the use of this chemical legit.
It will be easy for the algae to spread to other areas which have been sprayed upon in the past 2years or more.

A cataclysm would be the transportation way...
In many ways an evil as well as a genius plan...
If we wouldn't be BEZERKERS we would buy everything the media and Elite would make of it.


Xxxk
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If the integrity of that salt basin is jeopardized and sea water starts to enter it, it will sink the land from south Eastern Texas to Texarkana to Shreveport to Jackson, MS to Pennsacolla,Fl etc... New Orleans would be gone in it's entirety. It will do this cause water will melt all the salt that is keeping the integrity of them caverns at bay. It is a far fetched thought, but from the looks of it highly probable.
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Hi Mate, slogging on with relevant questions amongst the crap!! LMAO!

ElQ, did you know the Mississipi actually reversed direction for 14 hours during hurricane Isaac?

What the heck would cause a river of that magnificence flow backwards? They said it was a storm surge.

We have seen it before though. The river that led 'out' of the freshwater Lake Peigneur in to the GoM (estuaries) reversed also, when the salt mine/dome collapsed.

The result was a sucking 'in' of salt water and salt water species in to the rapidly expanding lake, also turned more briney due to the salt dome becoming saturated. So it has happened before.

If you look at the Macondo site, you will see a number of domes there on the sea bed. There is a great cross sectional view somewhere of what they think the domes and 'veins' of salt look like, running all the way in land, almost up to the Great Lakes.

If each one failed, and became saturated, especially where a hollow cavern were present, or created, then maybe the mighty Missi' could get sucked backwards to fill the hole until things equalised?

All these now brine filled caverns have a totally different structural aspect over a solid salt filled area. We know how powerful water is. It after all created the Grand Canyon didnt it?

With known aquifers below ground, rivers above ground,and free flowing water, the strata would be subject to a completely new set of stresses, and subject to failure.

Throw fracked stratas right across the continental US, and the water has an even easier task.

** this is just plain water I'm talking about. Plain river, aquifer and sea water, nothing else.

Cayce and Scallion really do look like they were on to something.
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I wonder, if Macondo well seabed cracks further and allows for all the oil in it to escape into the Gulf, what would happen to the entire Salt Basin that covers some of Texas, LA,Mississippi and the gulf? My guess is that it would jeopardize and sink that whole entire region.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Yup I agree...
Then some escalating movement will be set in motion that can't be stopped, fulfilling some nasty predictions comimg true.... The end of America as we know it....
'
At this point many energy-plants will be out of function, and the distribution systems of oil and gas, the pipes etc, will be destroyed.... What coincidence will it be when enormous amounts of algae will be the source for energy! They don't need PIPES, the only need lakes and waters like the GOM....

The massive use of iron-enriched corexit, which feeds and boosts the algae and other organisms and bacteria, was probably a pre-planed action, as well the oilspill which made the use of this chemical legit.
It will be easy for the algae to spread to other areas which have been sprayed upon in the past 2years or more.

A cataclysm would be the transportation way...
In many ways an evil as well as a genius plan...
If we wouldn't be BEZERKERS we would buy everything the media and Elite would make of it.


Xxxk
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25755989


If the integrity of that salt basin is jeopardized and sea water starts to enter it, it will sink the land from south Eastern Texas to Texarkana to Shreveport to Jackson, MS to Pennsacolla,Fl etc... New Orleans would be gone in it's entirety. It will do this cause water will melt all the salt that is keeping the integrity of them caverns at bay. It is a far fetched thought, but from the looks of it highly probable.
 Quoting: El Quisqueyano


Hi Mate, slogging on with relevant questions amongst the crap!! LMAO!

ElQ, did you know the Mississipi actually reversed direction for 14 hours during hurricane Isaac?

What the heck would cause a river of that magnificence flow backwards? They said it was a storm surge.

We have seen it before though. The river that led 'out' of the freshwater Lake Peigneur in to the GoM (estuaries) reversed also, when the salt mine/dome collapsed.

The result was a sucking 'in' of salt water and salt water species in to the rapidly expanding lake, also turned more briney due to the salt dome becoming saturated. So it has happened before.

If you look at the Macondo site, you will see a number of domes there on the sea bed. There is a great cross sectional view somewhere of what they think the domes and 'veins' of salt look like, running all the way in land, almost up to the Great Lakes.

If each one failed, and became saturated, especially where a hollow cavern were present, or created, then maybe the mighty Missi' could get sucked backwards to fill the hole until things equalised?

All these now brine filled caverns have a totally different structural aspect over a solid salt filled area. We know how powerful water is. It after all created the Grand Canyon didnt it?

With known aquifers below ground, rivers above ground,and free flowing water, the strata would be subject to a completely new set of stresses, and subject to failure.

Throw fracked stratas right across the continental US, and the water has an even easier task.

** this is just plain water I'm talking about. Plain river, aquifer and sea water, nothing else.

Cayce and Scallion really do look like they were on to something.
 Quoting: BHD nli 15456734


Hey BHD. Yes, I heard it mention Mississippi River flowed backwards during recent hurricane. I have also seen the Lake Peigneur video of the sinkhole incident. I also researched the number of naturally formed tunnels that lay beneath that whole region. One of the signs you look for, as a scientist, of a jeopardized salt cavern is sludge at cavern depths. Well listen to Bruce, Vice President of Texas Brime, state what they found at the bottom of the Salt Cavern in question. At 2:30 in he says" The original depth of that cavern was 5500feet, now it's at 4080 feet. So there has been a breach" He also goes on to say that they drilled out a sample of the bottom, at 5500 feet, and came back up as nothing but a loose sludge of salt and sand.";



Confirming that the whole salt cavern that lays in that region has been jeopardized!
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ElQ' yes Texas Brine are in the thick of it all. They are responsible for moving vast quantities of saline water. Someof which goes to industry for chemical uses, the other, greater amount... just gets dissappeared. (GoM)

Whilst Texas Brine are responsible for flow output of brine from deliberately saturated salt domes (oil reserves) they are monitored and regulated themselves by Texas Railway Corp.

These two corps figured in some way in many oil issues within the US, yet went under the radar in terms of media play.

The Bayou Corne sinkhole seems to be one that has em by the short and curleys!! Like all the other involved players just said nope, it's all yours. Now he knows how Tony Hayward felt..

A cascade event is what this is becoming.
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Gulf residents and the rest of the US are slowly being 'primed' for a possible explosion and resultant wave within the GoM methinks...

Will have nothing to do with unexploded ammo, but will be blamed on it.

I wonder how many screw ups they will try to tie in to this undexploded ammo field?

"Military dumping of unused bombs into the Gulf and other sites started in 1946 and continued until 1970, when it was finally banned.

Millions of pounds – no one, including the military, knows how many – were sent to the ocean floor as numerous bases tried to lessen the amount of ordnance at their respective locations.

"The best guess is that at least 31 million pounds of bombs were dumped, but that could be a very conservative estimate," Bryant notes.

"And these were all kinds of bombs, from land mines to the standard military bombs, also several types of chemical weapons. Our military also dumped bombs offshore that they got from Nazi Germany right after World War II. No one seems to know where all of them are and what condition they are in today."

Photos show that some of the chemical weapons canisters, such as those that carried mustard gas, appear to be leaking materials and are damaged".

[link to geonews.tamu.edu]

They seem to be trying to tie in the chemical aspect too, stating many mustard gas cylinders are leaking. Gulf Blue Plague cover?
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Gulf residents and the rest of the US are slowly being 'primed' for a possible explosion and resultant wave within the GoM methinks...

Will have nothing to do with unexploded ammo, but will be blamed on it.

I wonder how many screw ups they will try to tie in to this undexploded ammo field?

"Military dumping of unused bombs into the Gulf and other sites started in 1946 and continued until 1970, when it was finally banned.

Millions of pounds – no one, including the military, knows how many – were sent to the ocean floor as numerous bases tried to lessen the amount of ordnance at their respective locations.

"The best guess is that at least 31 million pounds of bombs were dumped, but that could be a very conservative estimate," Bryant notes.

"And these were all kinds of bombs, from land mines to the standard military bombs, also several types of chemical weapons. Our military also dumped bombs offshore that they got from Nazi Germany right after World War II. No one seems to know where all of them are and what condition they are in today."

Photos show that some of the chemical weapons canisters, such as those that carried mustard gas, appear to be leaking materials and are damaged".

[link to geonews.tamu.edu]

They seem to be trying to tie in the chemical aspect too, stating many mustard gas cylinders are leaking. Gulf Blue Plague cover?
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Thanks AC, your theory sounds plausible given all the quotes, another set-up. Long time lurker, very interested in the LA Sinkhole story, all my family is in Louisiana, our roots go deep there. Sorry to watch this unfold and very grateful for the ideas offered here, good to see Isis and ElQ here, too.
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Hi Tropical Girl. Is me BHD. Am posting from a laptop, so user id comes up different.

Would you be a StarWars fan? I read just about all the books before and after the movie series, and in one they find these scientists/boffins who dream up all the emperor's weapons and scenarios for war.

They are kept in the middle of a black hole cluster, and not allowed to see anyone outside of their division - ever.

So when the rebels break in and find them, and tell them what their ideas are doing in the real world, they are horrified and pledge not to work any longer.

Bit of a stretch, but I see this thread like that sometimes. We're all pretty comfortable chatting away with each other about this and that. In reality, the this and that can be people's lives, or events that will end up playing out to cause pain in those we love and care about.

I truly hope none of what we speculate on here ever comes true, with regards some of the aweful outcomes theorised.

But, folks like Gulfie actually moved after digesting a lot of this thread, so some good has come of it.

I hope your family is safe and ready to up root in a jif, should the need arise.
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