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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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SO NO ONE ANSWERED ME

WHO DAMAGED THE FRENCH SUB?

To be determined, but best quess is US.
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DO THE FRENCH AGREE WITH YOUR STATEMENT?
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See this:

[link to www.syntheticgenomics.com]

If you capture a sample, you need to analyze it, hence PCR.
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SO NO ONE ANSWERED ME

WHO DAMAGED THE FRENCH SUB?

To be determined, but best quess is US.

DO THE FRENCH AGREE WITH YOUR STATEMENT?
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I DON'T KNOW...I'M JUST GUESSING LIKE EVERYONE ELSE, NOW STOP TYPE YELLING AT ME.
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STOP USING YOUR IMAGINATION
I AM NOT YELLING
THAT IS YOU THINKING IT
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Also, if this technology works, then the U.S. has an extremely 'green' oil extraction and processing technique. The ideal place to use this is on the last unexploited continent in the world ~ Antarctica. Why else would the U.S. military consider an ice breaking mission to scientific stations so important. "Operation Deep Freeze involves U.S. Air Force, Navy, Army and Coast Guard forces operational and logistic support of the National Science Foundation's scientific research activities in Antarctica."
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From Synthetic Genomics site, their investors list:

Synthetic Genomics Inc. (SGI) is a privately-held company founded in the spring of 2005 by J. Craig Venter, Ph.D, Nobel Laureate Hamilton O. Smith, M.D., Juan Enriquez and David Kiernan, M.D., J.D. In 2006 SGI raised its Series A round of financing from Draper Fisher Juvetson, Meteor Group, Biotechonomy LLC and Plenus, S.A. de C.V. In 2007 SGI closed its Series B round of financing with BP plc and ACGT Sdn Bhd.
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all we know is that the day after this supposedly happened, our ambassador to France was summoned..does that mean anything...??? who knows...obviously we weren't there...
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Also, if this technology works, then the U.S. has an extremely 'green' oil extraction and processing technique. The ideal place to use this is on the last unexploited continent in the world ~ Antarctica. Why else would the U.S. military consider an ice breaking mission to scientific stations so important. "Operation Deep Freeze involves U.S. Air Force, Navy, Army and Coast Guard forces operational and logistic support of the National Science Foundation's scientific research activities in Antarctica."
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So basically in a nut shell, what you're stating is, it is a big lab experiment, and it will be for harvesting algae? I just got this big sense of Deja vu,lol.
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Oh, and I want to add this, with unknown effects or success?
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Both above posts are mine.
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So basically in a nut shell, what you're stating is, it is a big lab experiment, and it will be for harvesting algae? I just got this big sense of Deja vu,lol.
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Not harvesting algae, collecting and refining the oil directly in one step.
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Not harvesting algae, collecting and refining the oil directly in one step.

By harvesting from the algae.

The algae we don't have yet, but will soon I might add.

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So basically in a nut shell, what you're stating is, it is a big lab experiment, and it will be for harvesting algae? I just got this big sense of Deja vu,lol.


Not harvesting algae, collecting and refining the oil directly in one step.
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At the expense of all the marine life and human life an livihoods??
Obamacare: Never has so much been taken away from so many for so few.
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I want to know what dipshit made this decision?
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Not harvesting algae, collecting and refining the oil directly in one step.

By harvesting from the algae.

The algae we don't have yet, but will soon I might add.
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No. They are using bio-engineered organisms (not algae) as microscopic refineries directly on the oil. This is a nanomachine deployment, and technically a weapon, not algae.
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Ok, thanks, so we now, have these nanos, eating and processing the oil, is this what is causing bacterial blooms? And since some are now noticing and "new" algae they have never seen, is this a side effect of the microbes?
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From a Facebook friend... her friend is on a NOAA ship and he references hydrates and a 21 mile methane field.


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This is email from friend that is in the Gulf aboard the NOAA'S Gordon Gunter (GU) To best inform you from email my email correspondence I will be posting them in notes. Take from it what you will but I find that NOAA is just as much in the dark about how to best handle the Gulf situation and their fears are our fears.

Bill, can you confirm or ... See Moredeny this ? Would appreciate any feed back. We are being denied important info! This is one of the things I have been doing a great deal of research on.

Thanks so much for any info you can give!
God Bless,
Cindy
Top scientist: Only one ship testing methane levels in Gulf, NOAA hiding results; Amount is “just st
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UGA SCIENTIST: TOO LITTLE RESEARCH ON GASES AT OIL DISASTER SITE IN GULF, Sunday Paper, June 29, 2010: notes “I have read the reports from NOAA and I have

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Bill Newton July 2 at 12:07am Report
Cynthia, no I can not confirm or deny it. Our ship is just getting out to the spill site because of the weather, so I personally haven't experienced the latest conditions. I do know that NOAA or BP is hiding the fact that there are dangerous and toxic fumes at the site such as benzene, hydrogen sulfide and methane. And I don't know if they have released the information about a methane field in this vicinity they guess is about 21 miles long and several miles wide. I think the most amazing thing about NOAA is the number of their ships here. So far there are 6, none of which is particularly suited for this kind of work. Even the people on the ships are asking "what are we doing here?"
I think the answer to that is "getting airtime" during newscast. If something does develop that can be ascertained I will pass it along.
So far there is a doomsday theory that even the alternate wells will not stop the spill because of the erosion from 3 months of high pressure oil blasting away the walls of the Deep Water Horizon well have scoured out the hole in the earth to a point that there isn't enough concrete to fill it! Remember, this is speculation! I hope this does not prove to be true!

Bill Newton July 2 at 12:10am Report
P.S. Streaming video, ie YouTube is very hard to watch on the ship due to the bandwidth of our satellite feed!

Cynthia Beveridge Wright July 2 at 8:04pm
Thanks Bill for responding. You are having the same concerns as I am having. I did a great deal of research on every aspect and it is plain to see the is uncharted territory for this planet. I understand that the pressure at that depth is like nothing anyone has ever had to deal with. I have the same fears about the the casing below the wellhead that it is fractured and that according to a geology report I read from one geologist that 2 relief wells is not enough, but I guess at 100 million a pop BP is not going to cover all the bases which really sucks cause they are NOT sparing all cost to end this and could very likely end the world as we know it!!
Wishing you God speed Bill and I very much appreciate any developing info that you send. I have another FB page that I am posting from to inform as many people as I can. Many people have fallen on deaf ears to what could be the single most catastrophic
event ever.
Point blank period BP should of never been allowed to dig this deep on a deepwater well that was not designed to do so. I found a link to a well that is designed for this kind of drilling and it was designed to confirm the theory of abiotic oil that is found below the earths mantel. I believe that this is the oil that is spewing into our Gulf, because it is sustainable oil and the flow will be never ending.
Take care,
Cindy
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Thanks SR, this confirms why I have been telling people to leave, they're lieing, at the very least by ommision.
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Ok, thanks, so we now, have these nanos, eating and processing the oil, is this what is causing bacterial blooms? And since some are now noticing and "new" algae they have never seen, is this a side effect of the microbes?
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You're turn again.
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Ok, thanks, so we now, have these nanos, eating and processing the oil, is this what is causing bacterial blooms? And since some are now noticing and "new" algae they have never seen, is this a side effect of the microbes?
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Don't know about side-effects. I am sure that the increase in naturally occurring organisms is a result of increased food supply (oil) for some, and decreased predators (due to die-off) for others.

I'm sure that this technology was originally supposed to be used on sub-ice lakes in Antarctica, but for obvious reasons, has been deployed in the Gulf.
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I apologize Soto, it just pisses me right off to see people exposed to shit they have no idea of. No one, since I assume this technology is so new, knows what is going to happen, as far as blooms as long as the flow continues. I highly encourage everyone to copy these posts.
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Dude, read please .... there is over 130 pages of explanation and we don't know.


SO NO ONE ANSWERED ME

WHO DAMAGED THE FRENCH SUB?
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I apologize Soto, it just pisses me right off to see people exposed to shit they have no idea of. No one, since I assume this technology is so new, knows what is going to happen, as far as blooms as long as the flow continues. I highly encourage everyone to copy these posts.
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No problem, Watcher. I do know what I'm talking about regarding synthetic biology and nano-tech, but I have no idea whether or not this is actually being deployed in the GOM. It just fits the OP's 'scenario' so I thought I'd share.
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This is bullshit my friend, of the worst kind. To expose people to this, with out knowing the consequences. And you can't tell me "they" have thought this thru either, I've seen to many examples of that in my life. So why in the hell does this even exist , as a weapon?


I think you're right also, and I apologize to you my friend, I hope this reinforces to everyone, just what those in charge think of you're worth.

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DIE THREAD DIE.
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This is bullshit my friend, of the worst kind. To expose people to this, with out knowing the consequences. And you can't tell me "they" have thought this thru either, I've seen to many examples of that in my life. So why in the hell does this even exist , as a weapon?
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Agreed. "Desperate times call for desperate measures" is the mantra of the arrogant, but the Law of Unintended Consequences slays all regardless of power or standing. We will be potentially worse off if this stuff works. Synthetic organisms are just the very tip of the iceberg, read K.Eric Drexler if you want more info, the nano age is upon us.
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Not harvesting algae, collecting and refining the oil directly in one step.

By harvesting from the algae.

The algae we don't have yet, but will soon I might add.
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Report on this thread that algae (from hydrates) is in the swimming pools in Florida, or least in the salt water pools.
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This is bullshit my friend, of the worst kind. To expose people to this, with out knowing the consequences. And you can't tell me "they" have thought this thru either, I've seen to many examples of that in my life. So why in the hell does this even exist , as a weapon?



Agreed. "Desperate times call for desperate measures" is the mantra of the arrogant, but the Law of Unintended Consequences slays all regardless of power or standing. We will be potentially worse off if this stuff works. Synthetic organisms are just the very tip of the iceberg, read K.Eric Drexler if you want more info, the nano age is upon us.
 Quoting: SotoZen 1023520



I thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing this. This is so heinous, it's beyond believe. But this is no reflection on you, and again I thank you for being honest. I've hear of Drexler and will pursue his subject matter more tomorrow.
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From the U.S. EIA:

[link to www.eia.doe.gov]

Money quote:

"Antarctica in the 21st Century
Despite the 1991 Madrid Protocol's 50-year moratorium placed on the exploitation of Antarctica's natural resources, future economic and population pressures could pose significant environmental threats to the continent of Antarctica. An expected and dramatic increase in world demand for energy over the next 30 years may expose the continent to countries and markets looking for alternative petroleum supplies. If Antarctica is indeed eventually opened for oil exploration activities, which many believe it will be, the potential for oil pollution occurrences such as oil tanker spills, the dumping of waste oil, natural oil seeps and well blowouts will rise substantially."

Better come up with a clean extraction tech...
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I think someone should send Trinity a PM so he can see this thread, he needs to know.

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