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Krispy71

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WTF?
 Quoting: BadHairDay

exactly my thought ....
probably deliberately unpurpose hit the right ..euh.. wrong thread ;)
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Hi K, you're full of energy today! Great posts, and nicely put, regards the state of things.

One other aspect that we rarely touch on is that unlike the original poster, who was PAID to do this, we arent.

Maybe being paid has something to do with how one percieves what is written? Mybe the task was to get as many on to THAT page as possible?

No slurs against anyone being paid BTW, just an observation of a psychological behaviour.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Hi K, you're full of energy today! Great posts, and nicely put, regards the state of things.

One other aspect that we rarely touch on is that unlike the original poster, who was PAID to do this, we arent.

Maybe being paid has something to do with how one percieves what is written? Mybe the task was to get as many on to THAT page as possible?

No slurs against anyone being paid BTW, just an observation of a psychological behaviour.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


I agree.

Besides the aspect of "being PAID to spread certain specific information", it is handy to look at MOTIVES.
OP/Aco and the R's had a 'mission' to accomplish,
all regular posters DONT ... they research and act/post out of genuine interest and compassion with the matter and the people/animals/nature involved. We have NOTHING to GAIN by it.

If you dig deeper in and read about the origin and reasons why the agencies directly connected with this thread started their "test-platforms" [after WW2], and who is involved in the leadership of these 'Organs', then you understand the "turbulence" about this particular thread. There are sites that explain all about the psychological attack-manner in which "employees" of these agencies and factions are tought to act and response to specific situations.
Imo, as showed here on this thread.

Again, the people realy connected with their concerns and hearts to the ongoings connected with the GOM, have nothing to gain at a political or media-related level ... we are all only interested in trying to understand the Events taking place so that we can make our own descisions regarding it, and warn family and friends for what might be dooming around the corner.
None of us wants to be a "follower" or a "victim" .. we want to know what sword hangs above our heads and act consciously according the situation.

With consciousness about a [any] situation we can reduce stress and fear, even though some danger or doom might be inevitable ... but moving to other regions, or buying certain survival gear might strengthen some. Even if not all can be saved, it is nice to think that some can be saved or were able to avoid "worse".

Thats how I think about it. :)

xxxK
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applause
 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


applause2
 Quoting: Isis7


Double Dog Ditto on that MizK!!
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Tnx :D

If you want to have a look in the Rand "kitchen cook directory guideline" -> just read, understand and recognise ---> 'change agents'-techniques and 'Delphi'-techniques:

vlrc.org/articles/110.html
collectivepsyche.iwarp.com/whats_new_15.html

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Now lets go on with trying to understand BEZERK and helping those who we care about.

Lets forget all the personal addressings,
the negativity and things that might look like derailments,
and move on and go ahead,
lets proceed with where we were before the interruptance.

superman
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blablablabla
What? This shit? Still? Really? This shit is almost 3 years old already. The funny wore off 2 summers ago.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12790821

RoXY

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A couple of recent posts by NexEd have struck me as being peculiarly out of character.
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You're not the only one who noticed that...
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Antarctic lake's clue to alien life
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]


snips:

The discovery of microbes thriving in the salty, sub-zero conditions of an Antarctic lake could raise the prospects for life on the Solar System's icy moons.
... found a diverse community of bugs living ... at temperatures of -13C.

Furthermore, they say the lake's life forms have been sealed off from the outside world for some 2,800 years.

Lake Vida, ... , contains no oxygen, is acidic, mostly frozen and possesses the highest nitrous oxide* levels of any natural water body on Earth.
A briny liquid that is approximately six times saltier than seawater percolates throughout the icy environment.

Dr Cynan Ellis-Evans : "There are various lakes that are very salty down there... but this is a really freaky one.
It's almost frozen solid right to the bottom. But you've got this brine 'mush' in the centre. For several years, they've been trying to get into it."

The abundance of different chemical compounds present in the lake led the researchers to conclude that chemical reactions were taking place between the brine and the underlying iron-rich sediments, producing the nitrous oxide and molecular hydrogen.
"It's plausible that a life-supporting energy source exists solely from the chemical reaction between anoxic salt water and the rock," said co-author Dr Christian Fritsen, also from the DRI.
If this is indeed the case, said Dr Murray, it provides "an entirely new framework for thinking of how life can be supported in cryo-ecosystems on Earth and in other icy worlds of the Universe".

The PNAS report's publication comes as scientists fly out of the UK to join an effort to drill through the 3km of ice covering Lake Ellsworth, which is hidden beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. The discovery of any microbial communities here would be significant because the lake water may have been sealed off from the outside world for up to half a million years.


Wauuuuw very interesting !!!
Salty, brine [-mush in center] & chemical reactions with sediment/rock, special properties of nitrous oxide,
and the UK [Crown?] flying in ....
[[** This forum -the founder Institution of it-, as well as the alphabet-agency starting with C and ending with IA, and the gamersite where M7 got their info -a backbone of this 'C and IA'- are linked to the UK ..... as well is BP ...

BRINE !!!
Must think of SALT-DOMES again ...
A possibility of lifeforms being able to appear on alien moons as well [=alien as in not-Earth].

Gottah think about AUgie as well ...




* Nitrous oxide
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
- At room temperature, it is a colorless, non-flammable gas, non toxic gas with a slightly sweet odor and taste
- known as "laughing gas" due to the euphoric effects of inhaling it

- used as an oxidizer in rocketry and in motor racing to increase the power output of engines
Liquid nitrous oxide acts as a good solvent for many organic compounds; liquid mixtures may form shock sensitive explosives.
As with many strong oxidizers, contamination of parts with fuels have been implicated in rocketry accidents, where small quantities of nitrous/fuel mixtures explode due to 'water hammer' like effects (sometimes called 'dieseling' — heating due to adiabatic compression of gases can reach decomposition temperatures).[73] Some common building materials such as stainless steel and aluminium can act as fuels with strong oxidisers such as nitrous oxide, as can contaminants, which can ignite due to adiabatic compression.[74]

There have also been accidents where nitrous oxide decomposition in plumbing has led to the explosion of large tanks
- At elevated temperatures, nitrous oxide is a powerful oxidizer similar to molecular oxygen.

- Nitrous oxide reacts with ozone in the stratosphere. Nitrous oxide is the main naturally occurring regulator of stratospheric ozone. Nitrous oxide is a major greenhouse gas. Considered over a 100-year period, it has 298 times more impact per unit weight than carbon dioxide. Thus, despite its low concentration, nitrous oxide is the fourth largest contributor to these greenhouse gases. It ranks behind water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane. Control of nitrous oxide is part of efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

- Davy's discovery that inhalation of nitrous oxide could relieve a conscious person from pain
- a low dose of N2O is an effective anxiolytic, a anti-anxiety effect

- The gas is approved for use as a food additive (also known as E942), specifically as an aerosol spray propellant.... to inhibit bacterial growth
 Quoting: wiki


Thus with the release of this NO-GAS Earth would become warmer again, like in times of the dinosaurs when greenhouse-gasses were 200 to 300 times higher then nowadays.

Gottah think about ODESSA and their plans ...



Nice article and nice information rockon


XXXK

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blablablabla
What? This shit? Still? Really? This shit is almost 3 years old already. The funny wore off 2 summers ago.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12790821

 Quoting: RoXY


lolsign

Tooo funny that icon Roxy hahahaha ... great humor !!!! Love it !
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CO LURE?

ON FAB RE JAY EGGS?

LIKES TUBE BAGS?

AND MODERN LOVE/SEAT (FOR THOSE JEWEL YEAH ROB MOMENTS)

ON PAY SOME BUDDY/PAL? OR WAS THAT HAL? (LOL)

ON A MILTON KEYNESS MOMENT?

I KEYED YOUR CAR TOO?

WHAT A NICE CREAM CONE.

Q. WHAT IS A KING DAVID?

A. SOME TOMB GUY.

Q. DO YOU RAID TOMBS?

A. NO, WHY WOULD I DO THAT IM NOT A ROUGE.

RUNNING WITH THE HATSHIT.
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[link to scitechdaily.com]

IMAGE :
[link to scitechdaily.com]

Next week, UK glaciologists are heading to Lake Ellsworth to prepare for a new drilling stage that will start December 5. They hope to reach the lake and start examining sediments to find signs of life.

Roughly 380 subglacial lakes have been discovered and mapped in Antarctica, and they have been explored remotely with ice-penetrating radar, gravity measurements, and seismic sensors. The lakes were created by geothermal heat that melts the Antarctic ice from below. Gravity and pressure force the melt water to flow, and it collects under the ice.

Lake Ellsworth will be the second lake to be breached after Lake Vostok was reached in February. A US team is heading to Lake Whillans, a small, shallow body of water close to the edge of the Ross Ice Shelf. The discovery of exotic microbial life, which could have evolved untouched for millennia, is one of the aspects of this research. Scientists have already discovered bacteria that mine their energy from rocks and minerals, and they assume that there are many specialized microbes living underneath Antarctica.
The Russian team at Lake Vostok found evidence of heat-loving bacteria living in the bedrock surrounding the lake. The clues came from DNA in the sediment that was trapped in accretion ice. (Most of the Vostok ice-core samples were contaminated with cerosine and almost lifeless)


More info : (ggle for) PDF - Proposed Exploration of Subglacial Lake Ellsworth Antarctica - Final Comprehensive Environmental Evaluation
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Goodnight all


pilot
xxxK
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blablablabla
What? This shit? Still? Really? This shit is almost 3 years old already. The funny wore off 2 summers ago.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12790821

 Quoting: RoXY


lolsign

Tooo funny that icon Roxy hahahaha ... great humor !!!! Love it !
 Quoting: Krispy71


Yeah, it's one of my favorites - always makes me laugh!
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RoXY, you got the best stuff.

Hey! Ponting's retiring... :( (from test cricket anyway)
Even brought a tear to Clarkey's eye.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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RoXY, you got the best stuff.

Hey! Ponting's retiring... :( (from test cricket anyway)
Even brought a tear to Clarkey's eye.
 Quoting: BadHairDay


Good decision, Tendulkar should take an example on Ponting.

Right, I'm off!

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bump!!
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bump!!
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+1 ...
Okay, 2...

...........................bumpgirl
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1400 pages

Congrats everyone

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Hi All,

I've been reading and studying this material like crazy. And all of you are so patient with all of us who are just now looking into it. Thank you.

And what a mountain of material! Plus trying to figure out what's real and what isn't, what a task. It sure makes for a good syfy story if nothing else, heh!

Anyway, has anyone looked at the area through Google earth or with psychics? I would also like to know if anyone has found reports on whales, dolphins and ufo activity in the area?

I don't care who programmed the organism or what it is. There is a way to connect to it. So, once we know the above, I think we can figure out ways to guide this situation. After all, we are all actually one organism anyway, LOL!

If elites are actually behind all the mess, I seriously think they know it's beyond their control...even with alien technology. So some are probably afraid.

And maybe some are trying to turn things into a more honest world as I've heard. I really don't know. But I do know more and more people are becoming aware that we're all in this together. If we can gather some of our own intel, we can probably come up with a plan to help this mess.

Thanks
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Happy 1400th page peoples!!

band cheers moshpit moshpit
It's all about the 'vibe'
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WTF is still happening on this thread? I remember when something first went BEZERK in the Gulf. Seems just like yesterday. Do people just post here by habit now?
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A little bit. We have growth spurts though, when a new dot or idea connects, or might do. Hard not to be social after two and a half years.

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I just found this site posted just this week is a video of the GOM oil spill and continuing situations. Video (over 50 minutes) by Henning Kemner

[link to ssheltonimages.com]
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Isis, this is the guy who proved they switched the cam feeds on the wells, from well A to well B. He rocks!!
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A couple of recent posts by NexEd have struck me as being peculiarly out of character. I guess that can happen when the realization of genuinely existing "doom" finally hits home.

Sometimes you come out the other side with the acceptance that death is our constant companion, and always has been. Once that settles in, you begin to notice the amazing resiliency of life in general and how the unexpected has a habit of happening despite what we think we absolutely know.

and shooting off in another direction (or is it?)

Information relating to that quantum field and DNA connection mentioned[/b] a few pages back keeps popping up, along with a bunch of stuff like the collider creating a new form of matter and, well, a lot of random things that may have no relation what-so-ever, but then again maybe they do. Nature seems to always seek balance doesn't it?

Finding dots that support my bling ;) This one is nice...

[link to www.nature.com]

"On the face of it, quantum effects and living organisms seem to occupy utterly different realms.
The former are usually observed only on the nanometre scale, surrounded by hard vacuum, ultra-low temperatures and a tightly controlled laboratory environment. The latter inhabit a macroscopic world that is warm, messy and anything but controlled. A quantum phenomenon such as 'coherence', in which the wave patterns of every part of a system stay in step, wouldn't last a microsecond in the tumultuous realm of the cell.

Or so everyone thought. But discoveries in recent years suggest that nature knows a few tricks that physicists don't: coherent quantum processes may well be ubiquitous in the natural world."


[Snip:...]

Then again, maybe I'm just up too late to be sensible. lol
peace
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Hi All,

Anyway, has anyone looked at the area through Google earth or with psychics? [NOTE: Yes, see Scole Report].I would also like to know if anyone has found reports on whales, dolphins and ufo activity in the area?

I don't care who programmed the organism or what it is. There is a way to connect to it. So, once we know the above, I think we can figure out ways to guide this situation. After all, we are all actually one organism anyway, LOL!

If elites are actually behind all the mess, I seriously think they know it's beyond their control...even with alien technology. So some are probably afraid.

And maybe some are trying to turn things into a more honest world as I've heard. I really don't know. But I do know more and more people are becoming aware that we're all in this together. If we can gather some of our own intel, we can probably come up with a plan to help this mess.

Thanks
 Quoting: Unit3


OK Folks, here we go:

In the lasombra website quoted above, there is a "comment" by Anthony Aiya-Olba, edited as follows:

Philosophy Regains its Sceptre:

Would that philosophers are aware that philosophy in its traditional form has spent its relevance.The unprecedented light shed on our time by modern advancements in the sciences and Quantum Physics in particular, has gradually eclipsed Philosophy’s initial Sceptre, as The Queen in the Hive of Knowledge, Understanding and Wisdom.

Science is applied Philosophy, every successful science at last reproduces new philosophy.

The long-sought Philosopher’s Stone is the Absolute Logic: Equator of self-contradiction (Oneness of pair), is the Nuclear Principle of self-transmutation (creation) of the SPACETIME-CONTINUUM.

Everything is of Nuclear origin. The Principle Of The Included Middle: ~ Equator of pair (Oneness of self-contradiction) is nature’s core logic of self-transmutation of couple (pair) into triple (nuclear family), in all of Cosmos.

Hence, 2n + 2n/2 = 3n

Where 2n, is the constant pair, 2n/2, is the middle of the pair, and n, can be any non zero integer.

Such that, n = 1
= (2 x 1) + { (2 x 1)/2 } = 3 x 1
= 2 + 1 = 3
= 3 = 3. Q E D.

The Absolute Logic of Space, is Equator of Self-contradiction (oneness of pair). It's beyond Relative Logic that differentiates Bosons from Fermions, Protons from Electrons, Matter from Anti-Matter and all other disconnected pairs of the material Universe.

It's the next frontier in human awareness of the true nature of Space.

Absolute Logic is the Equator state of All in all.
Thus, (2A + B) + (2B + A) ... = 3(A + B)
Where A and B, can be any (positive/negative integer (in a complex equation), but never both Zero.

This is the new discovery of Anthony Aiya-Oba (Professor of Logic for every day use), (see Absolute Logic, the Equator.)

[link to www.groupsrv.com]

Fits well with the earlier work of Andija Puharich (AP), a physicist and his parapsychological experiments conducted at Stamford University ~ (see book: URI, page 260) where it was reported:

An aspect of human consciousness is to produce the pair of the sense and the supersense. It must evidently approach something like the nucleus of the atom, the matrix of high velocities – the equation for that is:

Z = X. o
Were Z is the superconscious,
X is the sense.


The sense life of a master symbolizes the unity of integer, and by analogy in pair production the electron and positron as resultants of the annihilated individuation.

AP “Is the gamma ray to be thought of in analogy to individuation before it has differentiation into the spectrum of supersense?”

A “Right!”


"Millions of Atoms swap 'Spin' with Partners in Quantum Dance." See: (A. Aiya-Olba)

Independently of the above, Preceptor (/Perceptor) here reports separately on his own findings:

(A + 1/A) . A = A (squared) + 1, where A can be any (positive integer (in a complex equation), but never Zero. Q E D.

When taken together, these spell out entanglement of the e/m waves behind all life-forms, including AuGie, living cells and our DNA.

When fully understood and so, utilising our Junk DNA, then we will be able to control both it and ourselves.

Now: Over to you All.

P*P
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As Supersymmetry Fails Tests, Physicists Seek New Ideas - Large Hadron Collider fails to find expected particles
by: Natalie Wolchover
Nov 20,2012

As a young theorist in Moscow in 1982, Mikhail Shifman became enthralled with an elegant new theory called supersymmetry that attempted to incorporate the known elementary particles into a more complete inventory of the universe.

“My papers from that time really radiate enthusiasm,” said Shifman, now a 63-year-old professor at the University of Minnesota. Over the decades, he and thousands of other physicists developed the supersymmetry hypothesis, confident that experiments would confirm it. “But nature apparently doesn’t want it,” he said. “At least not in its original simple form.”

With the world’s largest supercollider unable to find any of the particles the theory says must exist, Shifman is joining a growing chorus of researchers urging their peers to change course.

In an essay posted last month on the physics website arXiv.org, Shifman called on his colleagues to abandon the path of “developing contrived baroque-like aesthetically unappealing modifications” of supersymmetry to get around the fact that more straightforward versions of the theory have failed experimental tests. The time has come, he wrote, to “start thinking and developing new ideas.”

CONTINUE: [link to simonsfoundation.org]

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Thnx Roxy ~ The (Russian) physicists dilemma?

“How can physics live up to its true greatness except by a new revolution in outlook which dwarfs all its past revolutions? And when it comes, will we not say to each other, ‘Oh, how beautiful and simple it all is! How could we ever have missed it for so long!’.” John Archibald Wheeler.

PS ~ Adam Falkowski, a theorist currently working at CERN, said:

the lack of intriguing data emerging at the LHC will trigger a gradual decline in the number of jobs in particle physics.

Take a look at the photo (Photo: Courtesy of Adam Falkowski)... Seriously, would you buy a second hand bicycle off this person?

P * P

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