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Scroll down this site for the earth circling, it shows the gravity field. I need to move.

[link to op.gfz-potsdam.de]

rockon
 Quoting: Isis7


The Antilles and Hudson Bay are also slight green, thus a strong downpull-factor.



Part 2 of Abnormality's


LOW GRAVITY, area's with almost no pull down, they BULGE.

IMAGE [link to op.gfz-potsdam.de]
MAP [link to www.worldatlas.com]

+100 RED:
Japan in the north and Northern Auatraila in the south
South America > PERU/ANDES till CHILE area
Whole Europe !
North-East of Antarctica : Prince Edward Islands - Iles Crozet - Iles Cerguelen


FAR above +100 PINK big area !!!:
PHILIPPINES - SULAWESI - PAPUA NEW GUINEA - SOLOMON ISLANDS - VANUATU - FIJI

parts of Spain turn pink, as well Ireland,
Iceland totally pink !
The whole northern part of the Mid-Atlantic-Ridge !! Consisting of
- Maxwell fracture zone
- Faraday fracture zone (temperature and SALINITY increase last 2 years ! --> Google for : EGU2012-5128 - CO Meeting Organizer)
**Awsome link to lots of articles about salinity and temp in those area's !!! BHD gonna love it ! [link to meetingorganizer.copernicus.org] **
- Iceland basin
WTF !!! Excusions from the Iceland basin were compaired with those of LAKE BAIKAL in this article !!! [link to adsabs.harvard.edu]
In this study, we report a high resolution paleomagnetic record of Iceland Basin excursion for a sediment core taken from Academician Ridge, Lake Baikal. The record is combined with the other records of Iceland Basin excursion previously reported from Lake Baikal. (...) VGP paths of the records from these sediment cores agree well with each other.


What could be so special about these pink areas ?



Some info:
- Today just about everywhere archaeologists dig in Australia, New Guinea, and the neighboring islands in the southwest Pacific, at least as far as the northern Solomons, they are finding traces of humankind dating back to more than 30,000 years ago. Thermoluminescence dates from the Northern Territory of Australia suggest human occupation of that continent sometime between 50,000 and 60,000 years ago.

- The world's oldest known high-altitude human settlements, dating back up to 49,000 years, have been found sealed in volcanic ash in Papua New Guinea mountains.
[link to news.discovery.com]

- All these islands were fought about in WW2 (Japan with Dutch/Britisch and American ...
Could this be an indicator, a hint ? ???



Wait wait !!
Is it connected to fracture zones ?

Fault healing at fraccture zones : [link to www.docstoc.com]
Frakture zones are weak zones with lot of seismic activity and EQ are indicators of weakness in the lithosphere.
The whole south pacific is an area of hydrothermal vents/volcano's ---> thus a weak crust/thin and new crust. The whole PINK area around these islands are trenches.
[link to mapsof.net]

There is also a Chile-Peru TRENCH ! Which was also a red area ...


BLUE NEGATIVE GRAVITY ANOMALY
A blue-turquoise area is at the base of the Puerto Rico trench, the deepest part of the North Atlantic.
The Puerto Rico Trench is also associated with the most negative gravity anomaly on earth, -380 milliGal, which indicates the presence of an active downward force.

Hudson Bay one of the 3 blue area's :
The Bay is near the centre of a major gravity anomaly which has been mapped in some detail by the GRACE satellites. Current theory suggests that about two-thirds of this effect is due to downwards mantle convection under the Bay area.

The big Indian Ocean down-pull anomaly is linked to the Southern sea of Sri Lanka, which has been identified as the region with the lowest gravitational pull in the world.
Also interesting are the 85 East Ridge and 90 East ridge, which have both strong negative but also positive gravity anomaly's.

*** Gravitational power is a factor which depends on the density of basic rock ... Usually if the density of the basic rocks is high, the gravitational power should be high too, however in certain regions the trend differs whereas the basic rock density contradicts with the gravity power. “In such situations the basic rock density might be high but the gravity would be low or vice versa. This results in a gravity anomaly, otherwise known as a Bouguer anomaly and the South sea of Sri Lanka has the lowest in the world
[link to latestnewslk.blogspot.nl]

airborne magnetic and gravity anomalies of peninsular shield, India integrated with seismic and magnetotelluric results and gravity anomalies of Madagascar, Sri Lanka and East Antarctica
[link to www.sciencedirect.com]



What could cauze these anomalously low rock density's?
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Oh wow! I didnt realise the importance of Isis's link before regarding the gravity. That is interesting.

I tell you what though, all this layered information is doing my head in. LOL.

Overlaying gravity wells, salinity issues, thermal issues, wars, oil spills, animal deaths etc can become a bit overwhelming trying to keep track.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Oh wow! I didnt realise the importance of Isis's link before regarding the gravity. That is interesting.

I tell you what though, all this layered information is doing my head in. LOL.

Overlaying gravity wells, salinity issues, thermal issues, wars, oil spills, animal deaths etc can become a bit overwhelming trying to keep track.
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Yes I know what you mean ...
my head is also spinning on my chair ... pfff...

Just sow the specific gravity-anomaly locations in Isis's link and wondered if they could be linked to Bezerk-matters discussed before ...
And imo I think they do in some cases ....


I wondered if the Great Wall of China overlapped such an anomaly too ...
Image-map of the wall [link to www.zonu.com]
Image-map of 'Bouguer gravity anomaly' of China [link to www.zonu.com]
This purple area does match a part of the turquoise area in Isis's link, and a part of the Great Wall is there too ... From the early Han Dynasty ... maybe it has relevance .... idk ...


Have fun analysing it ;)


Its half past 3 in the middle of the night ...
I am gonna sleep on it.

pilot

sleep


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lol Does that mean I made your head spin BadHairDay?

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Note for the files on flight arriving Vancouver:

" November 13, 2012


A WestJet flight from Cancun, Mexico has arrived at YVR late Monday with multiple sick passengers on board.


Ambulance crews are at the airport as of 11 p.m. tending to the sick passengers whose illness is still unknown."


Read more: [link to www.theprovince.com]
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[link to www.eia.gov]

Indiana has natural gas stored in underground aquifers. The link shows huge storage in Illinois. If the GOM methane is bubbling through this aquifer system, and contributed to the explosion in Indiana, then what happened this week is just a small example of what's coming.
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[link to www.eia.gov]

Indiana has natural gas stored in underground aquifers. The link shows huge storage in Illinois. If the GOM methane is bubbling through this aquifer system, and contributed to the explosion in Indiana, then what happened this week is just a small example of what's coming.
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Thanks for the tip - A?

Anyone who ate the fish....

A while back there was a major issue with certain crops in Mexico. The mango crop especially came in to quyestion. Given more than 90% is exported to the US, they jumped on it pretty quickly.

However, many other high water utilising crops also came under the microscope, but the outcomes went quiet.

Wonder if the issue with the people was food prepared on the flight? or just something to do with the water or the flight itself. (vapours from the engines etc.)

Actually the fish thing isnt really a joke... maybe 'its' getting in to the eco system?

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[link to www.eia.gov]

Indiana has natural gas stored in underground aquifers. The link shows huge storage in Illinois. If the GOM methane is bubbling through this aquifer system, and contributed to the explosion in Indiana, then what happened this week is just a small example of what's coming.
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The doco GASLAND showed this well. The image of fire coming out a man's tap/fawcet was compelling and frightening proof that something was up.

The consensus seems to now acknowledge that fracking does effect ground water in shallow pockets, but wont acknowledge that aquifers have been compromised. Probably for the reasons you state above.

I have not looked at your link yet, but they say the gas is 'stored' in the aquifer? I have heard of storage within salt domes that have been evacuated, but not an aquifer itself? That the make up of these caverns has an 'in' and an 'out' makes that proposition all the more crazy!!

That web page showing all the spot fires in Louisianna especially, and mostly the Gulf states was dulled a little by many stating it was sugar cane burn offs.

I'm still skeptical on that. More so, I think this was used as a cover to hide the gas burn offs. Underground burn offs arent out of the question either. As long as there is an air inlet, then the gas can be burned inside a cavern. However, the heat built up, and roaring sound is another element they would have to deal with.

Many Gulfers hi are reporting locomotive sounds that go on all night. Louisianna does have an iron ore processing plant near the sink hole that uses gas to super heat ore pellets, which makes this sound, but maybe its burn offs?

All seems to be ramping up, doesnt it.
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OK, one instance where I will gladly blow my own trumpet...
Ages back, I suggested that oil and other petro chemicals were indeed stored in salt domes that had been evacuated to make reserves. Quite a few folks, mainly trolls, rideculed this idea, yet here is a govt' data base listing just that -

"Since the 1980s, the number of salt cavern storage sites developed in the United States has grown steadily, principally because of its unique capabilities and high cycling rate (inventory turnover). The large majority of salt cavern storage facilities have been developed in salt dome formations located in the Gulf Coast States. Salt caverns leached from bedded salt formations in Northeastern, Midwestern, and Western States have also been developed but the number has been limited due to a lack of suitable geology. Cavern construction is more costly than depleted field conversion when measured on the basis of dollars per thousand cubic feet of working gas capacity, but the ability to perform several withdrawal and injection cycles each year reduces the per-unit cost of each thousand cubic feet of gas injected and withdrawn."


The explosive capacity of these reserves, coupled with damage done at deep water sections of the very same salt formations that end up on land, hundreds of miles away, allowing them to flow, uncontrolled, is truly frightening.
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OK, quite gobsmacked by this map. This link shows the various types of storage of gasses and other petro chemicals in the US.

Follows the path of the Scallion, Cayce and Navy future maps.

Proof of what is about to occur?

Multiple, cascade failures of the salt domes/pillows/veins, and aquifers, and other caverns to the point of liquefaction of the soils? Or explosive build up of gasses. Or both.

[link to www.eia.gov]

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This thread is still going?
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Like clock work
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Study suggests humans are slowly but surely losing intellectual and emotional abilities
[link to medicalxpress.com]

gasp
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Hisis. hugs

The intellectual I dont so much care about.

The emotions are what sets us a part, and also makes us a part of something bigger.

The emotions make intent that much easier to create, all be it sometimes a little clouded, in the negative ones.

I think they power the planet.

Wonder if, say 25,000 years ago, the same study was done, and they said the same thing? Dont worry, we'll build these huge pyramid structures, and build in to them all the clues and information we need to remember how smart we were. In the future they will see them and remember, trust me...

... umm pick tombes?




EDIT - to see where the study eventually takes us, watch the move "Idiocracy"... and have a big glass of Brawndo handy. LOL

EDIT x 2 - haha, as silly as that flick was, the answer was - 'water'.

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Official: Calls to my office ‘going crazy’ about tremors in areas far away from giant sinkhole — Resident: “A lot of big quakes everywhere, like big ones” — USGS says it’s not happening (VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]


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Wonder if it's the type of EQ thats not being picked up ISIS?

You'd think they would pick up any type, or register it in some manner.

From memory P waves are the type that emmanate straight up and out of the planet, pretty much perpendicular to the surface, like some one hit a big hammer from under ground up towards the surface.

S waves are the ones that make you do the hippy hippy shake, back and forth, like someone hit the rock from the side to where you are standing.

Then you have the surface type waves which are pretty much like the ocean, but in dirt and rock.

Maybe a new wave form is occuring that isnt so much ground based, but only becomes noticable on the very surface and in Humans? Probably a bit far fetched.

Or maybe the USGS just dont want people to know about it and cause further panik?

Exotic machinery/tech being used below ground?

As Nex'ed' would say - all of the above.
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LOL, so I am not allowed to post about the red lady eh?

(4) attempts and (4) x "please type a message" notes, only to have a blank page come up each time?

If things be so bad...
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I have a TIP on those occurences ..lol..
had them myself also ghehe ...

Just post a smiley, random which one.
Then edit your post and just add the info you wanted to post in the first place. Hit UPDATE, and voilà !!

8 out of 10 times you fool the system by that lolsign


hf
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some interesting advise here^^^^^

edit to say:

thank you krispy xx
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Wonder if it's the type of EQ thats not being picked up ISIS?

You'd think they would pick up any type, or register it in some manner.

From memory P waves are the type that emmanate straight up and out of the planet, pretty much perpendicular to the surface, like some one hit a big hammer from under ground up towards the surface.

S waves are the ones that make you do the hippy hippy shake, back and forth, like someone hit the rock from the side to where you are standing.

Then you have the surface type waves which are pretty much like the ocean, but in dirt and rock.

Maybe a new wave form is occuring that isnt so much ground based, but only becomes noticable on the very surface and in Humans? Probably a bit far fetched.

Or maybe the USGS just dont want people to know about it and cause further panik?

Exotic machinery/tech being used below ground?

As Nex'ed' would say - all of the above.
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hiya BHD

did you see this
Thread: AUSTRALIA - Vas amounts of methane gas leaking from the largest coal mine
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Hi Tauranga! hugs

Didnt see that one, but saw it on 7:30 report on ABC last night.

The details from the frackers, CSG producers and coal mine opperators show no increases, yet these two guys, who basically moved their 'lab' in to a 4WD and took samples from every frack/CSG site have shown methanic levels 300 times that of the upper allowable limit.

I noticed a comment linking back to Assumption Parish on that thread... eeek.

QLD and NSW, especially the Hunter Valley in NSW seem to be the major CSG areas in OZ. How about NZ?

Thanks for the link.



- and thanks for the karma!! hf
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OK, quite gobsmacked by this map. This link shows the various types of storage of gasses and other petro chemicals in the US.

Follows the path of the Scallion, Cayce and Navy future maps.

Proof of what is about to occur?

Multiple, cascade failures of the salt domes/pillows/veins, and aquifers, and other caverns to the point of liquefaction of the soils? Or explosive build up of gasses. Or both.

[link to www.eia.gov]
 Quoting: BadHairDay


In numerous threads here and elsewhere, people near the explosion and fire in Indiana stated that emergency services were at a nearby elementary school two to five minutes before the first reports and calls about the disaster. In other words, they knew ...

Some have guessed that tracking equipment is following the methane bubbles and they can guess when a bubble is about to breach and explode.
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[link to www.youtube.com]

Video of Indianapolis fire showing three green flashes, crossing left to right in front of the fire.

We had many reports of blue flashes, and a video, in the Northeast during the Sandy storm, and also quite a few reports of blue flashes in the Louisiana area when there have been "sounds."

Video of all the flashes show them to be similar in size and duration, appearing to arise from up in the air, not the ground. The Indianapolis video is more green, but has the red fire in the background which may cause the viewer to see more green light than blue. Otherwise, these mystery flashes in the Gulf Coast area, Indianapolis and the Northeast, all appear to be the same.
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Interesting communication to Gabe, thought you all might want to see it.

Thread: F.O.G. (Page 561)


This is for you Gabe see if you follow

Leaving shortly - need to sleep

but this just
came to me while staring out the window

what if - it's not down completely just pretending -- to be asleep like when the computer is on stand-by

at minimum freq - waiting , listening, for incoming

sometimes a precaution - sometimes not

hmmm those green lights keep popping in my head
and
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Wiki: Methane

"A Bristol University study published in Nature claims that methane under the Antarctic Ice Sheet may yet play an important role globally. Researchers believe these sub-ice environments to be biologically active, in that microbes are converting organic carbon to carbon dioxide and methane.[34]"
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Wet farts are the worst. I think this is satan himself playing the dirtiest of tricks on us. You think its going to be a silent but deadly sneaker, then you push and *pppffffffttttt.....SloshBubbleBubble* BAM! You just shit yourself.

Fucking hate that. But if it happened to you I'd still laugh.
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Squishhhhh* *PPPPPpppFFFFffffTTTTTTtttttGurgleGurgle*
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Environment Pollution USA State of , [Deepwater Horizon disaster site (BP)]

An overflight inspection of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster site 40 miles south of Grand Isle this past weekend found a new, mile-long oil sheen, which has prompted the U.S. Coast Guard to again require BP to inspect the wellhead and debris area on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico with a remotely operated vehicle for the source of the oil.

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What I would love the govt' to force BP to do, is send down (7) ROV's to inspect all three well heads, and have the others film each one doing so. The seventh one can scout the area for other 'issues'.

The reason they should send so many and have them play live images, is that last time, they said they were at one place, but were clearly at well head B.

The whole time we watched them screwing with well B, whilst well A was just spewing out.

Doing it the way described above means they cannot fake it.
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Thanks RoXY & Rickster. I will use it wisely.
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did anyone figure out which submarine it was?
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did anyone figure out which submarine it was?
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Emeraude.

The very same sub used to find and grab the black boxes from Air France 447.

"It will change zone each day and no time limit has been set," he said, adding that the Emeraude would be joined in the area by the Mistral, a naval command and control vessel equipped with a Panther helicopter"

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BP Oil Spill Settlement C-SPAN LIVE

Civil case: no civil resolution

Lanny Brever, Assistant Attorney General for Criminal Division

BP agreed to plead guilty and pay the highest fine in history.
(Four Billion)

Curtsey of WWL-TV, New Orleans

other speakers, Tony West, Acting Associate Attorney General; Eric Holder, Attorney General

watch: Natural Resources Ranking MBR Markey (D-MA) on BP Settlement Live 3pm ET

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