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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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Seems to be over.

Wonder what was going on elsewhere that they didnt want seen or reported?

Probably something involving fire, or bursts of fire, or people who were burned, so they could say it was the rig fir people saw, or people going to hospital were from the rig fire.

Maybe a sub on fire?
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Last night, thread was started asking for info on Indy with the explanation that the purpose was to force media to be accountable with news of what happened. Asking for witnesses to step forward and give details.

[This ploy was used on boards after 9 and `11 to find pertinent data to erase from the interest.]

One poster advised confirming explosion and shock effect several miles away. Said unconscious people were not taken to hospital, but treated at the Mary B. Elementary School near the incident. Also, told of activity on a road close to his neighborhood which is near Beech Grove and Amtrak Station, saying that road had been blocked to the public and after explosion a number of trucks hurriedly left, that one truck hauled a large, twisted metal object.

This post gave plausibility to a brief post on an Indy thread the day of the blast that said anyone in the Beech Grove and Amtrak area should get out immediately. There was no follow-up to that brief post. Several others on that thread asked for clarification of the post and the reason for it. None given.

Some believe that the blast was a methane explosion due to the far-fetched effect and because a lot of people in the area were unconscious. With the early on post about the Amtrak station and yesterday, the post about the trucks leaving the Beech Grove and Amtrak area, it appears that workers were in place for some purpose (possibly to pump gas from an over-pressurized pipe to relieve pressure?) and that it blew up on them. Possibly, the large metal object on the transport truck was, or had been, a fuel storage tank. If this was a work site and there was an accident, there will likely be petro-burned workers.
Note the bumped post from tha…monkey.
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Burn centers in the US are highly specialized. Patients who are air-lifted to burn centers can come from anywhere.
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Update, thanks for Earth Cries @ Gabe's thread.


Hi, everyone. Some new sinkhole updates.

Louisiana sinkhole grows to 8 acres — Witness: “Ridiculous” amount of oil outside hole — 80,000 gallons of removed from surface (VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]


Company hits gas at ‘higher-pressure’ near Louisiana sinkhole — Expert: It may be migrating — Floor still rising in salt cavern below (VIDEO)


[link to enenews.com]

Official: Chief geologist not allowed to speak about giant sinkhole — This guy knew everything — The question is why? (VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]


Reports on cause of explosion in Gulf are ‘completely inaccurate’ — Unknown what led to blast

[link to enenews.com]
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Many thanks to Trinity for lifting of ban. hf

I posted a lot of hexidecimal on another thread, and it seems that the bot/programming here picked it up as something else... or it did something else on this site as a result. Ooops. All fixed now, and my hexidecimal sentence is now mostly replaced with the word - idiot. Soz.

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The exploding platform is different to the release of unknown fluids at the other site. Two seperate events. One has stopped being reported, whilst the other is shrouded in emotion and speculation on how this happened.

Who remembers them being separate events now though?

In other lands, where one might go on vacation.. I posted the following images. The first is the cross section of the Assumption sink hole. It gives you the scale of the thing, which just makes you sit back and realise how big these domes are. And the domes are only the 'mushroom head' of a bigger system below them, in veins, pillows and huge areas of salt, hundrds of miles in all directions.

[link to i824.photobucket.com]

The next pic shows a cross section from waht we call dry land all the ways down to deep water, where DWH was. The common element, a side from rock was salt, and you can clearly see the layers of salt, and how deep they go, and how far they go. Indeed, they go far beyond this small cross section.

[link to i824.photobucket.com]

But, a cross section is just that, a small cut away of a 3D environment. To truly grasp what we have been looking at over the last two years, especially with regard to what BP did to the sea floor, look at the next pic showing all the drill sites, especially in and off Louisiana. 28,000 wells, rigs, platforms, reserves, capped wells, exploratory wells - and only 6,500 monitored....

[link to i824.photobucket.com]

We've seen these pics before. But not together, to see a 3D example of what went down. With all these holes in the sea bed, is it any wonder that they cracked the top of one of these giant salt formations, leading to a cascade failure all the way up to dry land?

Assumption is the start.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Also TX Isis for letting me know! hf
It's all about the 'vibe'
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:)


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Body found at scene of oil platform explosion in Gulf of Mexico, Coast Guard says

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Magnetic North Pole Shift Analysis
It's not wandering. It's shifting. But is it reversing? Will a physical axis shift follow?



Source: [link to globalrumblings.blogspot.nl]
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Heya RoXY! TX for the vid.

Guess who I bumped into at the airport the other day? Rodney Marsh! He was one of my favourites of that era.
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Magnetic North Pole Shift Analysis
It's not wandering. It's shifting. But is it reversing? Will a physical axis shift follow?



Source: [link to globalrumblings.blogspot.nl]
 Quoting: RoXY


In current scientific thinking, pole shifts have really only one way of occuring.

In expanding Earth theory, the expansion of the Earth makes the whole pole shift idea make a tonne more sense, in that the point we consider solid, immovable ground has actually moved elsewhere, whilst the pole itself has stayed put.

The new land over the pole is the recorded as the north or south pole for a period of time.

I like that much more than current thinking.

The reversal idea I'm not so sure of, in terms of physical points of change. That I believe is a magnetic occurence, and more than likely a response to what the Sun is up to. As it goes through polarity, even multiple polarity changes, maybe our worlds do too. Maybe these fields are necesary for the type of life and lives we will lead?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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hi

‘Proof of Heaven’ documents existence of afterlife, multiverse, intelligent life beyond Earth, multidimensional realities
[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

(interesting video at the end of the article)

grouphug


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Red Rain Falls In Sri Lanka (19th Nov 2012)

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Body found at scene of oil platform explosion in Gulf of Mexico, Coast Guard says

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Called off the search two days ago, and now report finding a body while searching.
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hi

‘Proof of Heaven’ documents existence of afterlife, multiverse, intelligent life beyond Earth, multidimensional realities
[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

(interesting video at the end of the article)

grouphug


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ISIS ~ well done, that's a brilliant video about the phenomena of the afterlife from an authentic authority.

In support to the idea, viewers can go to: The Scole Report. which was an equally professional investigation using double blind experiments over 3 years, by Montague Keen. Click to see more videos.

Monty passes a weekly message from the afterlife to Veronica, his widow

Ample evidence is available to back this up for those seriously interested?

PRECEPTOR



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Many thanks to Trinity for lifting of ban. hf

I posted a lot of hexidecimal on another thread, and it seems that the bot/programming here picked it up as something else... or it did something else on this site as a result. Ooops. All fixed now, and my hexidecimal sentence is now mostly replaced with the word - idiot. Soz.

--------------------------------

The exploding platform is different to the release of unknown fluids at the other site. Two seperate events. One has stopped being reported, whilst the other is shrouded in emotion and speculation on how this happened.

Who remembers them being separate events now though?

In other lands, where one might go on vacation.. I posted the following images. The first is the cross section of the Assumption sink hole. It gives you the scale of the thing, which just makes you sit back and realise how big these domes are. And the domes are only the 'mushroom head' of a bigger system below them, in veins, pillows and huge areas of salt, hundrds of miles in all directions.

[link to i824.photobucket.com]

The next pic shows a cross section from waht we call dry land all the ways down to deep water, where DWH was. The common element, a side from rock was salt, and you can clearly see the layers of salt, and how deep they go, and how far they go. Indeed, they go far beyond this small cross section.

[link to i824.photobucket.com]

But, a cross section is just that, a small cut away of a 3D environment. To truly grasp what we have been looking at over the last two years, especially with regard to what BP did to the sea floor, look at the next pic showing all the drill sites, especially in and off Louisiana. 28,000 wells, rigs, platforms, reserves, capped wells, exploratory wells - and only 6,500 monitored....

[link to i824.photobucket.com]

We've seen these pics before. But not together, to see a 3D example of what went down. With all these holes in the sea bed, is it any wonder that they cracked the top of one of these giant salt formations, leading to a cascade failure all the way up to dry land?

Assumption is the start.
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Good post !
And great to have you back from bankaytion ;)

xxx K
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Magnetic North Pole Shift Analysis
It's not wandering. It's shifting. But is it reversing? Will a physical axis shift follow?



Source: [link to globalrumblings.blogspot.nl]
 Quoting: RoXY


In current scientific thinking, pole shifts have really only one way of occuring.

In expanding Earth theory, the expansion of the Earth makes the whole pole shift idea make a tonne more sense, in that the point we consider solid, immovable ground has actually moved elsewhere, whilst the pole itself has stayed put.

The new land over the pole is the recorded as the north or south pole for a period of time.

I like that much more than current thinking.

The reversal idea I'm not so sure of, in terms of physical points of change. That I believe is a magnetic occurence, and more than likely a response to what the Sun is up to. As it goes through polarity, even multiple polarity changes, maybe our worlds do too. Maybe these fields are necesary for the type of life and lives we will lead?
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Hi BHD,

I agree on the expanding theory and the shifting lands and stationary poles :)

About the "reversal" : there are numerous events documented and noted down and painted down throughout history that speak and show events where the SUN showed up in the other direction then normally ...
Rotation reversal has occurred a few times (3 or 4) in recorded history, and might have happened more often before that.

It is a known occurrance even in our own solarsystem where planets change rotational direction.
In some scientific corners they think of the core of the Earth like a dynamo, which 'winds up' towards high speed (and cooling) and 'unwinds' towards slower acceleration (heating up) where there will be a "TURNING POINT" ... this has been witnessed as the Event in which the Sun showed up in the 'wrong' direction.
This is not just a legend, its a fact (for some scientists).

With a rotation-reversal, the poles stay on top and below the planet, there does not have to happen a change in the degree of wobbel ... or that the equator/poles moves 20% or 10% or whatever ... ... it could happen but it is not necessary.

Now polarity change and rotation reversal dont have to occur every time at the same time, if I remember it correctly. It is connected with cycles in cycles. And we know a BIG CYCLE is almost at its peak/max/top/etc ...


XXXK
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Manhattan-Sized Iceberg? Antarctic Glacier's Huge Crack Expands | Video
The Pine Island Glacier huge crack has been flown over once again by the NASA's Operation IceBridge. New measurements shows a widening and lengthening of the original and the formation of a second fracture. The data shows it prime to calve.

[link to youtu.be]
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Morning all :)

32 years ago tomorrow (11-20-80) anniversary of ANOTHER sink hole/salt dome disaster in Louisiana.

Great explanatory graphics- gives a clear visual as to what happened.

It's about 10 mins- but flies by.

1221


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In support to the idea, viewers can go to: The Scole Report. which was an equally professional investigation using double blind experiments over 3 years, by Montague Keen. Click to see more videos.

Monty passes a weekly message from the afterlife to Veronica, his widow

Ample evidence is available to back this up for those seriously interested?

PRECEPTOR

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Breakthrough scientific evidence for the afterlife - The Scole Experiments.
For five years a group of mediums and scientists witnessed more phenomena than in any other experiment in the history of the paranormal, including recorded conversations with the dead, written messages on sealed film, video of spirit faces and even spirit forms materializing. These experiments may finally convince you there is life after death.


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Morning all :)

32 years ago tomorrow (11-20-80) anniversary of ANOTHER sink hole/salt dome disaster in Louisiana.

Great explanatory graphics- gives a clear visual as to what happened.

It's about 10 mins- but flies by.

1221


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Hey Bubbah! Yeah, Lake Peigneur, from memory was seeded on to this thread by none other than BeePeeOilDisaster guy back in the day. He knew his stuff, or was advised well.

I guess the main difference between Assumption and Peigneur, is that I dont think Assumtion was 'caused' by anything done by drillers or man, directly.

I reckon its a result of exactly what happened at Peigneur, but 200 miless away, at the Macondo area.

Difference being, Lake peigneur was a relatively small lake, yet did all that, reversed the flow of a river, sucked all that crap in to the mines etc, whilst DWH has a few 'gajillion' tonnes of water above it, and the same in pressure from below from the deep oil flows.

Same end result though, water ingress, and partial dissolving of salt layers, mainly at the border of the salt and the rock strata, allowing more and more water in.

Only taken 2 years to get to Assumption.

At 1:42 in the vid, a quick cleaned up cut away showing only salt formations is shown. Try and imagine the scale of what they show there, with the mushroom shaped domes being miles high and wide. The over all salt layers, domes etc just seem to go on forever.

I cant help but remember that during or very near to hurricane Isaac hitting the coast, the mighty Missi' reversed flow for I think 14 hours. It was explained as the storm surge hitting.

Not likely. Hows about a cavern collapse, sucking in all that water back upstream, only to equalise and the river's flow resumes.

But that would be too coincidental to have that happen and a 'covering' hurricane at the same point. Points to controlled weather practices too.

I wonder if we'll ever know the truth of it?
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Hey BHD-

I considered that it was prob info you all already knew/had...but I thought the visuals were very good!

We're shaking a little out here in LA today- just small ones (2's) but enough to capture my eye:)

Happy days!
xo
1221
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Our world in the Eastern US is getting surreal. Two threads pinned tonight about the Indy explosion now being investigated as a homicide. No need to post there and support the propaganda.

[link to igs.indiana.edu]

Above link, we see a state map showing sites for thousands of oil and gas wells. Scroll down to a second map with the pipeline locations.

“ Indiana has an extensive system of interstate and intrastate pipelines. These are high-pressure large-diameter steel pipes that are buried underground.”

“The History of Gas and Oil Exploration America’s first giant oil field was the Trenton Field of Indiana; gas was discovered there in 1876 in Delaware County. Beginning in 1886 and continuing into the first decade of the twentieth century, gas and then oil were discovered and developed in east-central Indiana. A wild unregulated boom ensued that ultimately resulted in thousands of wells being drilled.”

“Oil, Gas, and Ground Water Brines from geologically deep levels can be introduced into shallow aquifers through corroded well casings. Leakage around oil-storage tanks and pipelines can also introduce oil contamination. “

[link to igs.indiana.edu]

Here you can get a map of the distributions of sinkholes, sinking-stream basins, and cave openings in southeastern Indiana
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November 7th, three days before the Indy explosion, a house exploded in Shelby County, Indiana, the next county over.

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hi

‘Proof of Heaven’ documents existence of afterlife, multiverse, intelligent life beyond Earth, multidimensional realities
[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

(interesting video at the end of the article)

grouphug


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the watchers site seems to be down.....anyone with a screen capture of page and a link to video?
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hi

‘Proof of Heaven’ documents existence of afterlife, multiverse, intelligent life beyond Earth, multidimensional realities
[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

(interesting video at the end of the article)

grouphug


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the watchers site seems to be down.....anyone with a screen capture of page and a link to video?
cool2
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David dIcke - Beyond The Cutting Edge (Full Lecture)

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HERE'S SOMETHING YOU ALL NEED TA SEE





WELL IMO WON'T BE LONG UNTIL WE START SEEING THINGS SHOWING UP AT HERE
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@Hans, ma man. Rumours untrue. Spent some time living with the dog... but all good now. hf

@Rocky - thanks mate, all be it belated! Hope things are good.

@Woody - leave a note at reception next you're in Sydney. I would love to meet you man.

@1221, hope you're well ma dear. So nice to see you back for a bit. What did you think of that thread regarding the veil thinning?

@..11:11.. thanks again for the K. Slung some back acha.



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Hiya BHD :)

Loved it! There is so much going on and I am positively flowing thru it! And so nice to read others thoughts too!


@GEM (Ahimsa)- heya stranger!!!!! Hope you are well :)

Pouring down rain here- soup's on!
Be well all!
1221
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Doin better than ever. A superior life here in Superior AZ.

Call me the fool on the hill but ya know fool's gold can make ya as happy as that overpriced tooth filler.

Peace

Keep on bezerkin me dauntless sleuthies.

:hf
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A quick re-cap - Turritopsis nutricula. The Immortal jellyfish, said to be biologically immortal. Now, this doesn't mean that it's immune to disease or injury, but it is immune to the leading cause of death: aging. That's because it can revert back to the polyp stage even after it reaches sexual maturity. In essence, it can stay alive forever, since every time it grows up, its cells undergo transdifferentiation to become young and sexually immature again. That's one way to live forever. So if this special jellyfish can do it, why can't we?

It's a complicated question, and scientists think the answers may be deep within the nuclei of our cells, where the building blocks of life are stored. See, every time one cell replicates to become two, its DNA also has to replicate. And when it does that, little bits at the end break off. These areas are called telomeres, and they're there for that very reason: to buffer against breakage when DNA replicates, so the important bits don't get lost. But eventually, after enough replication, the telomeres get broken off too. It's called the Hayflick limit, named for Leonard Hayflick, the first dude to notice that there's a finite number of times a cell can divide. But if we can use special enzymes, like telomerase, to increase the life of the telomere, we may also be able to prolong the life of the cell.

The building blocks of life? or the specific water stored in the cells themselves? With the ability mentioned above, theoretically the same water in those cells has been stored, like Vostok's water, for millions of years.

A roving, mobile version of Vostok and other life reserves, just in case?

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